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Are there any anime outside of Haruhi that get non-chronological storytelling right?


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humanity has declined?


What about any anime with a time loop?


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I don't think I'd call Steins;Gate non-chronological.


what about inside of haruhi?


You think you have what it takes to get inside god?


I'd day something about the loop progresses something about the story forwards most of the time so it's always chronological


Whenever I need to explain what postmodernism is, I always point to Haruhi Suzumiya. It does weird metafictional fuckery better that anything else I can think of.




That's not really time travel, just non-linear narration.


oh I just read the op, i'm stupid sorry


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Would Maid Dragon count as non-chronological I wonder...

It events occur out of order from how they do in the manga, but at the same time it doesn't really feel like skipping through time. But maybe it could just be Kyoani restructuring the chapters to better fit an animated format.


anime adaptations rearrange and restructure stuff from the manga constantly. by that definition New Game! is also non-chronological




I only watched the first 2 episodes but Kyousou Giga seemed to be doing something like that


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Tantei wa mou Shindeiru is fairly non-chronological, but it's shit.

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