Keyword is eventually. Hell, I've waited for like a year, a can wait some more. It just irks me since the touchscreen is the only thing that's broken, and even then it's only the outer part of the screen. It displays everything just fine, but one of my brothers must have dropped it on the corner of a table or something and dented it and it hasn't worked since. I just want to play Splatoon goddammit.
I had forgotten how heartwarming the follow-up to the Deep Sea King fight was with Saitama and Mumen Rider. Also, I'm sure I wasn't the only one curious on who helped animate the civilians this episode (and maybe the previous one?). Felt almost Ghibli in quality and softness, okay maybe not that good. It was weird seeing such nice key-frames and animation for literal nobodies. It's been so long since I've seen such nice civilians, really. It was like they were real characters. Looking at the people that are listed for the episode on ANN and other than Bahi JD, I don't recognize anyone (Which makes sense, since I'm a poser), but literally every single person has worked on a movie (which I have now equated to being better than solely TV show animators) and it's usually a relevant movie like End of Eva or Rebuild 3.33 or Eden of the East or Summer Wars or Ghost in the Shell: Solid State Society or Redline or Metropolis. Or they've worked on relevant shows like Space Dandy or Cowboy Bebop or Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood. And these aren't just just in-between animators, they're key animators for the entire movie and some work on whole series. I might be wrong, but a lot of money is apparently going into this, but that was obvious (and hoped for) from the beginning. Maybe, anyway. I don't know the industry, but definitely more money than the average anime, surely. Anyway, maybe this isn't that rare and I'm just babbing about nothing. Can't wait for the next three episodes though. I want them all [right now].