Remember that train wreck of an anime show called My Sister, My Writer (Ore ga Suki na no ha Imoto Dakedo Imoto ja nai)? Well, its Blu-Ray was recently released and shows little to no improvements at all from the original episodes aired on TV.
— ＭＫＮ (@mikune777) February 26, 2019
The story of My Sister, My Writer is centred on a teenage guy who acts as the public face for his younger sister who writes a popular light-novel story of a girl who is greatly devoted to her big brother.
Twitter user @mikune777 posted two screenshots from the anime on Tuesday. The left is from the one aired on TV and the right is from the Blu-Ray. Their enthusiastic comment says “The Blu-ray has an extensive revision… to the color of the sheets.”
It’s expected that working for an animation studio is tough — deadlines, overtime, low pay, and fulfilling the expectations of anime fans offer plenty to deal with. If your company has an obvious lack of staff and little time to finish an episode, the poor quality of work is expected.
While the My Sister, My Writer anime was still airing last year, many fans saw the show’s mistakes. They were so obvious that even casual scenes were funny and awkward to watch.
In one episode, you could see the sudden transition of a touchscreen smartphone to a flip phone in between the camera cuts.
Then there was the time when they forgot to draw Suzuka’s torso, making her look like half of her body was floating.
— イキリ・Ｖi・ブリタニア (@High_Kakin) November 17, 2018
Yu, the male protagonist, was drawn and animated in different ways throughout the series. Some of the illustrations are way off from his original visuals.
Screenshots of oddly flat faces, unfocused eyes, and uninspired expressions were shared across the web.
Lastly, the most known of the shows flops was when Suzuka’s mouth creepily ripped away from her head while she was talking.
— たにし@プリコネ民 (@AK03tanishi) November 7, 2018
If you’re interested in getting a copy of this anime regardless — knowing that you shouldn’t expect much of an improvement on the TV show — it’s out now in Japan. Enjoy the obvious, funny flaws once again in full high definition.
— 「俺が好きなのは妹だけど妹じゃない」アニメ公式 (@imoimo_anime) February 27, 2019