Anime sweeping the black community like crack in the 80s

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The downgrade in animation detail is really kind of shocking. Look at the original Scooby-Doo:
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The redesign that was so bad they canceled the shyt after 2 seasons
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More American animation is being inspired by anime since the current crop of animators were born in the 70s 80s and 90s so they got exposed to anime and other styles of animation so the quality of series is getting better. Castlevania on Netflix is really well animated and has a dope story. Young Justice is pretty well animated too. DC puts in work when it comes to their series and straight to home video movies. Its just their theatrical stuff that is garbage.
I really miss good detailed American animation. What held back American animation was the thought the cartoons are for kids. We got some dope American animation in the early to mid 90s but it didn’t stick.
 

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Welcome to the mid 90s brehs :russ:
People were still doing bootleg subtitles and their own translations and exchanging VHS tapes. Its crazy how accessible anime is now. I flipped out when my nephew showed me all the Netflix shows on there.
 

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People were still doing bootleg subtitles and their own translations and exchanging VHS tapes. Its crazy how accessible anime is now. I flipped out when my nephew showed me all the Netflix shows on there.
The asians in LA had storefronts dedicated to anime and imported shows in the 90s. You could go to Little Toyko and get all the unreleased DBZ shyt.
 

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The asians in LA had storefronts dedicated to anime and imported shows in the 90s. You could go to Little Toyko and get all the unreleased DBZ shyt.
Yeah there was this little Asian shop in my town that had all the OG japanese robots. They even had the legit Voltron it was expensive though.
 

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Watching anime only leads to three things
1. Holding on to virginity
2. Becoming a pedo
3. Jail

those are 100% scientific facts. :whoa:
:mjtf: them dudes is hermits that ain’t going outside enough to think about commiting a crime.


And holding on to virginity is not any problem.nobody truly know what u do less u tell em so no.

most these people are weirdo hermit sheep to and they don’t look at anime :skip:
 

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I just wish dbz woulda stayed with the karate shyt they was doing earlier

instead of that lame ass power up rocks and mountains crumbling
 

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One Piece might have the goat worldbuilding/foreshadowing of any series.
It's an acquired taste because of the artstyle and the length, but once the plot really gets rolling after Arlong, the series is goated.

Cowboy Bebop, Jojo, FMA Brotherhood, Hunter x Hunter, and all of the UC-timeline Gundam joints were also classics.
I've been saying it for the longest that Naruto fell off with the timeskip. One Piece and Hunter x Hunter >>>>


I started watching One Piece after years of ignoring it. What episode does it really pick up. I’m on episode 185. Been skipping the filler episodes.
 
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