Okay, I said I’d be gone for a couple of days, but now I’ve got to take a quick second here to explain something because twice now I’ve seen somebody mistakenly label the visual style of Munto TV as retro/old school. I’m not trying to ridicule or anything, but I feel that I should be the one to point out that:
lol…..this is not retro, neither is it old school. The first Munto OVA came out in 2003 and it is less than 6 years old. It’s artstyle makes use of the now standard computer animated drawing style and the character designs that are instantly distinguishable from the hand drawn styles of the 60’s-late 90’s and the overall visuals are very much akin to the kind we see everyday in modern anime.
This is retro, it makes use of modern computer assisted animation, but it attempts to mimic the handrawn style of character design and visuals that were prominent in the 50’s and 60’s.
This is old school. It is from the late 1970’s and features the completely hand drawn visual and character design style that was the norm during the period.
Hopefully that resolves the matter and I can now go back to chilling to my notably old school music.