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 No.37

Anime sucks prove me wrong

 No.38

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 No.39

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Hey

 No.44

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99% of anime suck, just like 99% of music and 99% of people suck, especially if you look at random internet fandoms. Just look for the good stuff and enjoy your day.

 No.45

>>44
Underrated post.

 No.46

>>45
Is there any logical reason why you would fucking say that post is underrated? Has anybody expressed any kind of dissatisfaction or criticism at all against it? Are you delusional? Are you reading replies that are nonexistant? Maybe you come from communities with voting systems, but there is literally no way that you could know what other people think of that post you just replied to here. Maybe it's psychological. Maybe it's your own post you're replying to, like a 12 year old fucktard liking his own facebook posts thinking his swelling autism is going unnoticed. Maybe your self esteem depends on you tricking yourself into thinking someone out there thinks your post is worth something. Or maybe you are just a retard, the worst kind of retard, the one who thinks he's smart, the one who thinks he's the only one to have gotten the joke, to have understood the post. Well, guess what, faggot, that post is under no definition underrated so why don't you do the world a favor and go check out what the bottom of your toilet smells like?

 No.47

>>46
underrated post

 No.48

>>46
> Maybe it's your own post you're replying to

Maybe this really is what you are doing. What if you are >>45 and you argue with yourself so anyone that joins the discussion has to pick a side and finally you have, for the first time, someone to call a friend. How sad and lonely are you really?

 No.49

>>48
>How sad and lonely are you really?
I'm not obliged to answer that question. ;_;

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 No.79

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Hmmmm?

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>>79
Ho.

 No.82

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Oh. Ummm?

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 No.108

No

 No.111

Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.

 No.116

OP has told an lie.

 No.119

all of the posts in this thread are underrated except for OP

 No.121

>>119
Is there any logical reason why you would fucking say those posts are underrated? Has anybody expressed any kind of dissatisfaction or criticism at all against them? Are you delusional? Are you reading replies that are nonexistant? Maybe you come from communities with voting systems, but there is literally no way that you could know what other people think of those posts you just replied to here. Maybe it's psychological. Maybe it's your own posts you're replying to, like a 12 year old fucktard liking his own facebook posts thinking his swelling autism is going unnoticed. Maybe your self esteem depends on you tricking yourself into thinking someone out there thinks your posts are worth something. Or maybe you are just a retard, the worst kind of retard, the one who thinks he's smart, the one who thinks he's the only one to have gotten the jokes, to have understood the posts. Well, guess what, faggot, those posts are under no definition underrated so why don't you do the world a favor and go check out what the bottom of your toilet smells like?

 No.122

>>121
overrated post

 No.123

>>121
not sure of trolling or just autistic.
get back to 4chan retard

 No.124

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>>123
Pretty sure it's pasta.

 No.126

>>123
>>124
Literally scroll up in this very thread, holy fuck

 No.127

>>123
>>124
Cant even lurk the thread before posting.

Please go back.

 No.128

How did everyone manage to get so uppity over nothing…?

 No.130

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>>128
lurk before posting or go back

 No.131

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>>128
It's just one guy with anger management issues.

 No.133

>>131
Aren't we all?

 No.134

>>133
Don't deign to speak for me!

 No.135

>>131
probably


he's not wrong though

 No.168

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ya stupid?

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>>168
Yes.

 No.215

>>37
Okay the prove:
While the big movie producing industries like hollywood or the very original pajeed equivalent bollywood have very high costs for their movies, the production cost for animes is rather small in comparisson and the story (in most cases) is based on a successful manga.
What does that mean?
It means that hollywood NEEDS to make a lot of money to even go even, which means they need to rely on existing strategies that worked already, so the chance that the viewer likes the movie is maximized. They mustnt experiment because they'd lose millions.
With anime on the other hand it's the exact opposite.There are a lot of different more or less successful mangaka, who all try to be different in some way, because everything that is trendy will never really be successful or viewed as a piece of some kind of art. Mangaka need to experiment and build something new and original from their fantasy, or alternativley they just drop some moetrash that nobody watches anymore 1 year after release. Of course they exist as well, but that behavior is the norm in f.e. hollywood.
Every movie feels like a different movie just with a different skin. >90% of the new movies follow the same storyline and just have a some small adjustments.

(1)

 No.216

>>215

Example:
There's this boy who isn't really cool but he's got that one friend who isn't really cool as well. Actually his friend doesn't mean shit he's just there for the introduction, because they do something outside, probably in the nature. Then the boys (disrupted) family-conditions are introduced and shortly after he bumps into something weird/special/supernatural (what the movie is about). Anyways by that time the boy has probably already met his sidekickchick that is a pretty cool girl and she is really weird but interesting at the same time. She's not interested in him at all but always ends up in those sticky situations with the boy, so they get closer to eachother because they get twisted into this shared goal of doing something in order to prevent the big bad. In the end they either defeat the big bad and the boy nearly dies so the girl realizes she is into him or it turns out there was actually a different one the actual big bad endboss. In that case it's likely he takes the girl hostage and the boy saves her.

This pattern with small adjustments is 90% of what comes out of hollywood. And then there are some higher quality movies like Tarantino stuff, but those are the exception.
Of course anime has it's phases and trends as well, where like the majority produces f.e. isekai-animes, but the probability of some weird ass mangaka coming up with something refreshing is way higher, because he doesn't give that much of a fuck about the financial perspective when producing his piece of art, unlike hollywood that - like already mentioned - needs to be on the safe side with their concepts and productions.
(2/3)

 No.217

>>216

And another point is: Actors can never perfectly act and the best actors are even worse because you know them from different movies which kinda breaks the whole illusion. Anime is - think about it - way more authentical than lifeaction in that matter.

(3/3)

 No.218

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>>215
>>216
>>217
You really put a lot of tought into it. Now I can prove these idiots in the chatrooms that "chinese cartoons" are pretty cool actually

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>>218
You're welcome, prove 'em!



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