So there was I, minding my own business. Chilling in my room, scratching my bum and procrastinating on twitter, when God appeared before me and spake thus:
God: SCAMP! I have come to you with a message
Scamp: Oh no, is this the call? Where you come down to me and tell me to abandon my materialistic wishes, devote myself in a life of servitude and become a priest?
God: No, you foolish mortal. I wouldn’t come in person for such an insignificant task. No, I’m here to discuss something much more important: Anime
Scamp: Anime? Really?
God: That is correct. I implore you Scamp, the mighty anime scribe of the emerald isle, what would be the anime of your dreams? Speak now and I shall make it so
Scamp: As in you’ll create my perfect anime?
God: Are you hard of hearing? Make you decision this instant or your chance will be gone forever
Scamp: OK, how about this. Studio Rikka, the creators of Time of Eve and Pale Cocoon, making a 26 episode TV series about a cyborg stowaway on an intergalatic cruiser who the crew gradually warm up to, with music by Yoko Ka-
God: Hold on a second lad. I may be God, but I can’t perform miracles
Scamp: Fine then. How about a collaboration between a the director for Death Note and the writing staff from Code Geass, working together to create an sci-fi original story for the Noitamina timeslot. Oh, and animation by Production IG.
Scamp: …wait, really?
God: Yeah, done. Oh, and I’ll add in music by Supercell and character designs by redjuice
Scamp: Who? I didn’t ask for either of them
God: You didn’t specify either of those positions, and I’m a vocaloid fanboy, so Supercell and redjuice it is
Scamp: Wait, really? This anime now exists?
God: Yup. Guilty Crown, coming this October.
Scamp: Oh hey, since you’re here, I’d also like an adaptation of Saint Young Men by Shaft. Oh, and a new original anime by Kenji Kamiyama, but this time don’t end the series with two movies. Oh, and a Durarara sequel. And how about a-
God: Only one wish. I’m God, not a genie