Could Big O get a season 3?Would you want Big O to get a season 3?
>>17049359Nah, S2 pretty much revealed everything despite how a little lacking in some parts it was to s1.
>>17049359What else is there even left to explore in a third season?
>>17049376It was just meant to be a fun action show. Just an empty canvas for a fun capers to take place and be unraveled and capped off with a giant robot fight.I guess I would be fine with a movie. Just make it like a normal episode, only longer, like the Cowboy Bebop movie. It doesn't need to have a profound implication for the plot. Just be fun.
>>17049390And have redditors complain that it didn't reveal it's mystery, that the mystery was lackluster than what they had imagined, or that the revelation turned into an even bigger mystery?
>>17049376What >>17049390saidBeside, this show was one of a kind, I want more mecha noir batman
>>17049390>>17049398Well if that's what you want, then maybe a mid-series movie or even a prequel film would work. Have it slightly tie in with the series ending. A sort of "Fire Walk With Me" but for Big O would be great.
>>17049359I'd like a show that's like Big O to be made, though not necessarily Big O itself. They wrapped everything up pretty nicely in the second season's ending somehow, but the kind of atmosphere and style Big O had is criminally underrated. I wouldn't even mind if it didn't have mechs, I just want more of that noir feel.
>>17049473Not enough noir anime out there unfortunately.
>>17049492Yeah. I can't exactly claim be looking for it, but the style isn't really all that prevalent anymore. Which is a shame, because most of noir shows was pretty quality, or at least interesting.
>>17049359>Could Big O get a season 3?I don't think so. It was more popular here than in Japan of course but I don't think it would find a wide enough audience to justify a revival on Netflix or whatever.>Would you want Big O to get a season 3?Season 2 pretty much closed all those doors and suffered as a result of its hunt for closure. I do wish we had gotten a season 2 more akin to season 1, but that ship has long sailed and I don't think it would be a natural regression. I would love to see more shows like Big O, though, that prioritized episodic stories.
>>17049408See you in 25 years!
Probably won't be anytime soon, but if Sunrise got the OG team and did an adventure of the week with maybe a loose B-plot threat throughout, then yeah I'd be into it. He's easily one of my favorite mecha. Would love to see him in action again.
>>17050425>In action Ayy
>>17049359No and no. Big O is done and over, let it rest with a somewhat decent ending. As others have said I wouldn't mind another show to have a similar aesthetic.
>>17049359Big O doesn't need a season 3 but a movie to wrap up the remaining loose ends would be perfect.
>>17050768>somewhat decent endingLet's not get crazy, now. 'It was all a show' is a lazy copout of an ending.
>>17052851I mean the whole it was all a show was kind of obvious with the whole its showtime, the name of the episodes being called acts and s2 literally starting with Roger looking at a play of his life in one scene. Though I guess going the literally way of it was kind of a weird mind fuck.
>>17052851Hah yeah maybe I was being too nice, though as not anon said they didn't just come up with that ending out of nowhere. I doubt a third season could fix the plot issues the second brought up.
Hey does anyone have the images of interview with the Director talking about the show and the ending?