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Perfect Anime - is it possible?
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Posted 1/28/13
This question is a little too abstract because every single individual has his own image of a perfect anime. And Yes, it is very possible.
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Posted 1/28/13

moneygrip3030 wrote:


kaptainkooleio wrote:

Not humanly possible, everyone has there own taste and likes, and theres too many of those likes that conflict with each other. Although, Key Visual does produce some really good stuff


Agreed, it's just not possible as perfection is a truly subjective thing.

BTW your profile pic is fucking awesome!


Thanks bro yours is also rockin'!
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Posted 1/29/13

Exijun wrote:

Has there been anything in the world everyone can agree on in history?


1+1=2. Not that it applies much to anime, but people are pretty happy with that one.
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There is no such thing as perfect. The very notion is insane. To say something is perfect, means there's no twists, no realism, no developments and nothing to discuss afterwards.

There are anime that are close to perfect, i.e. the story is unique, the characters really evolve change and ultimately it leaves you asking what would I do if I had to choose/act?
Death note is an example of this, however it isn't perfect because the anime didn't end the way the exact way the manga did, just as the film was different.
If you say one is THE ending, others will disagree. I enjoyed all 3, I loved the films twist cos that was what I expected to happen in the manga and anime but the manga's end was fantastic cos it showed just how easy things fell apart.

I'm not keen to perfection, since everything is flawed, everything can be improved or stories can take a sharp turn in another direction, thus gripping you to the end.
Posted 1/29/13 , edited 1/29/13
Perfect possible? No.
But very very good show that 95% of the fans will like it? Yes.
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Am I seriously the only person that has bothered to define the word "perfect?" I hear a lot of people stating "perfection is impossible" like it's an obvious fact, but I don't even know what you mean by "perfection" so I can't argue it. Clearly you assign meaning to the word, by virtue of the fact that you're using it, so what meaning do you give it? It's not at all clear to me that "perfection is impossible/unattainable," because by my definition, it isn't. I need to know what you mean by something in order to reach a conclusion about it.

On top of that, I'd like to see how people other than me view perfection, because it's not even clear to me that my definition is the best one. The question "what is perfection?" is probably the most important discussion point for this topic, and I haven't seen anyone else try to answer explicitly. Has anyone thought about what they mean by "perfection?"
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Posted 1/29/13
Can't say. Maybe it could exist but our faces would just melt away or our souls would be sucked out after watching.

OR, it really does exist and has super-subliminal messaging that triggers the appropriate cell groups in the brain releasing the chemicals associated with pleasure and satisfaction making everyone dependent on it like some visual crack. In which case only our faces would definitely, probably, maybe, possibly melt away.
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Posted 1/29/13 , edited 1/29/13
Hypothetically speaking, it might be possible to attain this so called 'perfection manifested in the guise of anime', I muse. Yet, for this paragon to be admired not only by one, but all, than it must be sought not in individuality, but rather in the adverse, it must be in our equalities.

Would the embodiment of sublimity be found in the still hidden mechanics of human brain? Could the science of genetics be the one to gift us with such apotheosis? Or would it compel us to reach further, In the very depths of matter our physics cant still reach? Maybe even beyond, should we seek it where abides the sacrosanct?

That's all, of course, hypothetically speaking. If we get our feet on the ground, than the answer is just a simple and plain NO, but only because ZUN said so.
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