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ObstructedViews | Is Anime Running Out of Fresh Ideas

Dragonball Z, Pokémon, Cowboy Bebop, and many other staples of the anime industry are now just great nostalgic memories we all have in our hearts. It has been over a decade since we had a anime that truly captivated the world over. Could it be because we have run out of fresh new ideas to captivate the audience? Is it the end of an era for the iconic Japanese art style?

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FurankuTedaka1795d ago

I really enjoyed this article. Very unique look at the situation.

LuffythePirateKing1795d ago

totally! this article wuz awesome!

Vashthatstampede1795d ago

i disagree i just dont get it

animeguardians1795d ago

Is the article arguing that CG is destroying anime? The article is far too unfocused.

LuffythePirateKing1795d ago

I thought it made perfect sense and was focused. Explaining that it is more of niche market than it was it just won't be as popular

Hergula1794d ago

"it is very apparent that the anime world is still alive a kicking. We just have to get used to this new idea that anime will never be as popular as it once was"

Say what? How can you come to such a conclusion without looking at the statistics and cold hard facts? Prove your point, don´t just write whatever you want, as it does not make sense. I do have to say that it was an enjoyable read, but it is an opinion, even though you try to make it look like you are writing about a fact. Anime is still in great shape, and to say that it will never be as popular as it once was, is simply... ridiculous.

shadowraiden1794d ago

erm anime is more popular now then ever due to the fact i and many others who dont live in japan can watch official subs online though crunchyroll or other similar sites.

i enjoyed the rest of the article and while they may not seem to be as many cult hits their is a few i would say stand out and possibly beat those of the past 30 years we all look at.

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