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How would one go about letting a Series creator know we want another season of an anime?
Dremux 
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Posted 12/16/10
I would like to know how to let some anime series developers... producers... uh, whatever they are know that I would like to see another season of an anime. Of couse I'd try and get as many people to agree with me so my request would have some weight behind it.

Any ideas?
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Posted 12/16/10
Send them an email with a list of other people who want another series too. If the list is long enough, maybe they'll think about it.
Posted 12/16/10
Firebomb their house.
Posted 12/16/10
The pro-life way!
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Posted 12/16/10
money would help for starters, anything else is up to you.
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Posted 12/17/10
send nudes...

On a serious note... I'd suggest buying the previous season? Though this was already said; sending them hundreds if not thousands of people wanting the next season, but with proof that they're real people and not just a name written/signed... Protest at a location known for anime? lol.. There are a couple that I would love to see another season of(or end properly).
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Posted 12/17/10
send a letter. e-mail. if they have a website perhaps you could go there and let them know on the site. the only real thing I can say is literaly anything you can think of. if the show really means alot to you (and I know some people who swear by certain animes) just keep trying. and good luck by the way
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Posted 12/17/10
Yay, I like great feedback. Thanks guys! There are a few that I want to have another season... I'm gonna try and see what I can do to get them the second season they deserve ^_^
Posted 12/17/10
Sleep with the creator
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Posted 12/17/10 , edited 12/19/10
Give them some Dome... if you talk to the Sunrise guys, Tell em I need another season of Outlaw Star. Tell em to make it lest they want their wives raped and their houses blown up.
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Posted 12/18/10
Send Arnold Schwarzenegger to them .. XD
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Posted 12/18/10
Encourage family/friends to buy the earlier season and/or get it for them as gifts.
Posted 12/19/10
Threaten them >=3

Belongs in Anime Section by the way
Posted 12/19/10
write to them or confront them personally. that would awesome to see ur fav mangaka in person
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Posted 12/19/10 , edited 12/19/10

Dremux wrote:

I would like to know how to let some anime series developers... producers... uh, whatever they are know that I would like to see another season of an anime. Of couse I'd try and get as many people to agree with me so my request would have some weight behind it.

Any ideas?


To give you a honest answer, would be fair. The truth is, it does not matter.

If you want a honest understanding of the manga industry works, watch a new anime series called Bakuman. It is basically about two young wannabe manga developers, and how they are attempting to become professionals. The story is very accurate when it comes towards how hard it is to publish a manga. Without the manga being established, the anime will never come into maturation.

It is all based around sales--to be blunt. If the manga is not popular, it will be dropped and never published. If a manga becomes popular enough, it is turned into a animation--how it works. The only exception to this rule is scripts like for movies.

The bottom line, the only way you will see another season of that favorite anime of yours, is if there is money being made for it. How is money made from anime? Merchandise, Ratings from television, exc. Watching it on a pirated site only hurts the company and artists, because the revenue only goes to the people who own that site, not the artists. CR is the exception, and the online site that is legitly streaming anime beside Hulu, theanimenetwork. Although, it is unknown how much they are giving back to the publishers themselves. Neither releases their numbers seeing how they are privately held companies.

+A note: A anime series is considered a hit if it sells 10,000 copies. Things subtract from this if it gets licensed, let's say from cartoon network, and then things like businesses pay money to the networks for commercial air time, exc. Also, most companies pay networks to air their programs, hoping to get a ROI.
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