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Desc:Commercial imagines Kiki and Tombo as 17-year olds with updated designs & music by BUMP OF CHICKEN.
Category:Advertisements, Cartoons & Animation
Tags:Anime, Japan, Kikis Delivery Service, nissin, Cup Noodles
Submitted:sasazuka
Date:06/20/17
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Comment count is 12
chumbucket - 2017-06-20
17 seconds in
infinite zest - 2017-06-21
It's still just lukewarm water and hard noodles at that point, gotta give it a whole minute.

Nikon - 2017-06-20
Very nice.
Pillager - 2017-06-20
A Japanese Harry Potter homage? Is that what I'm looking at?
Nikon - 2017-06-20
I think Majo no Takyuubin predates Harry Potter. MnoT came out in 1989.

SolRo - 2017-06-20
Family Guy did it first.

sasazuka - 2017-06-22
The best Japanese Harry Potter homage is probably Little Witch Academia (though some aspects of LWA are much closer to The Worst Witch, another British book series about kids at "magic school" that predates the first Harry Potter book by over 2 decades).

Xenocide - 2017-06-20
The animation is lovely but it's kind of depressing to see something as unique and creative as Kiki turned into a generic animu love story.
infinite zest - 2017-06-22
If it wasn't for the title I would've probably assumed that this is just some other anime witch girl on broom action, like, I dunno, probably 50% of all female anime characters

Kid Fenris - 2017-06-20
I wish we had a tag for "an insult to life itself."
Xenocide - 2017-06-21
I think you just named it.

sasazuka - 2017-06-22
I like the commercial and I'm glad that manga artist Eisaku KUBONOUCHI wasn't trying to ape the Miyazaki designs with the faces (at least if they couldn't get Hayao Miyazaki himself to work on this commercial). I do find it a little weird that they transposed the setting from a fantasy mid-20th-century Scandinavia to modern Japan, though.
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