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I’ve been watching a lot of anime recently too but I haven’t bothered with reviews of that because there are already excellent reviews out there on Anime News Network that sum up how I feel about individual shows and those who are defending Miyazaki’s recent statements sum up my feelings on the anime industry as a whole for the past couple of years. AKA there are a few good artistic films and maybe one or two shows each year, but overall the TV shows are pandering to the lowest common denominator far too much… too much fanservice (and that fanservice being of underage schoolgirls far too often), too much triggering content.
The only things I’ve really enjoyed and haven’t been bothered by are the flims and older shows. The only new show I’m really looking forward to is the new Sailor Moon… whenever they decide to make it/air it.
an anime where everyone in a high school are pastel-haired tropes, involved in crazy, often unrelated circumstances (one group of friends hunts ghosts, there’s a group of magical girls, a bunch of love triangles, etc)
but the main characters of the show are brunette kids who are really confused all the time
I would watch the shit out of this.
"My Bride is a Mermaid" is sort of like this. One very confused average looking dark haired boy often screaming because everyone around him is weird/crazy/ conceited popstars/ mermen gangsters
It was the last anime I watched that made me laugh out loud. There was an episode where the town was terrorized by a tiny adorable kitten.
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