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whay is anime bad to people
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like iv noticed that if u draw manga styled or marvel style people look down on you like the heck its my likeing cant u leave it alone also any one recomand any good tear jerking anime u know that sad romantic good ones
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I have no idea what you said in the first sentence. However if you want to cry then check out Anohana. That one got my tears flowing.
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thanks and i shall chek it out
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I'm sure you have heard of this one, but it's called Clannad and there's another one that's supposed to be a tear jerker that's called Angel Beats. Also, I think it's because they are all dull and find it "not appropriate". Some of it could be because it's in another language, so people are going to be misunderstanding and not like it because they can't understand it.
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narfington wrote:

I have no idea what you said in the first sentence. However if you want to cry then check out Anohana. That one got my tears flowing.


"like iv noticed that if u draw manga styled or marvel style people look down on you like the heck its my likeing cant u leave it alone"

Translates to:

"I have noticed that people frequently look down upon those who enjoy manga or American comic books. I feel this is none of their business, and that they should leave people to enjoy their hobbies in peace."
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Posted 10/31/14 , edited 10/31/14

BlueOni wrote:


narfington wrote:

I have no idea what you said in the first sentence. However if you want to cry then check out Anohana. That one got my tears flowing.


"like iv noticed that if u draw manga styled or marvel style people look down on you like the heck its my likeing cant u leave it alone"

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"I have noticed that people frequently look down upon those who enjoy manga or American comic books. I feel this is none of their business, and that they should leave people to enjoy their hobbies in peace."



That makes a lot more sense. Honestly I've never had anyone give me any flack for liking anime or manga. I sometimes read manga on my lunch break at work, and no one has really asked me about it. I agree though, people shouldn't judge others based on what they like.
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Whey.
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Posted 10/31/14
I've not noticed people look down upon me for liking it...
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Posted 10/31/14 , edited 10/31/14

denicortes wrote:

also any one recomand any good tear jerking anime u know that sad romantic good ones

You can try asking here:

- Recommend me an Anime! **Read First Post!**
- http://www.crunchyroll.com/forumtopic-7173/recommend-me-an-anime-read-first-post

Though I recommend you try to use proper English when asking (if English is your first language). To receive better answers/recommendations, you'll want to communicated your ideas and desires in a readable manner. Just a suggestion.

Good luck.

Cheers.
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Little Busters should make you fed a few tears...I did. Clannad and Anohana were already suggested, but I back those up.

As for the other part of your post,; people in general look down on what they do not understand or deem to be too immature for themselves. People look down on it because they just picture childish things that are un-befitting of their way of life. People are going to hate no matter what it is; since you have a love for anime and manga that is the hate you will recognize and see the most...if you loved something else it would probably be the same.
Posted 10/31/14
It has earned itself a tawdry reputation through so much schlock being produced. People hear about the subject of incest, underage characters, porn and other questionable topics being covered in it so they automatically assume that all of it is the same. They think that all fans of it are social outcast/pedophile/creeps who would prey on children if they got the chance. They think we only like it for some reason or another that isn't good or healthy. All of this creates the stigma associated with anime. Preconceived notions about it have torn its reputation apart and have condemned many decent people who enjoy it into social suicides.

We've all heard people relegate all anime into being similar to Pokemon or hentai. Too much of it is little different, and some people aren't willing to go in search of "better shows" which are exceptions to misconceptions. They are technically better off not getting into something that requires such scrutiny and careful selection. People are often just simply afraid to be watching cartoons past childhood. They fear the opinions of others, they fear the stigma, they fear the loss of social status and they fear what damage it could possibly do to their finances. Their fear and hatred is understandable, but it isn't very rational.

Anime will always be a special interest for many of us, and if it means enough to you, then losing a few block-headed people as friends over you liking it isn't so much of a problem. Their judgmental natures disqualifies them from being good people, anyways.
Posted 10/31/14
The grammar... It hurts my eyes... Anyways, people are always judgmental of things that are different. That's how it always has been and probably how it always will be.
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Posted 10/31/14 , edited 10/31/14
1st. you got be an appreciator of art. if a person doesn't like art... how can they enjoy animation. you can show them shrek and they will be bored to death.

2nd. you gotta be culturally open and be able to appreciate a culture that isn't your own. a lot of anime is very culturally japan, plus the stories might be based on japanese folktales etc... and foreigners might not be able to appreciate japanese humour or understand the puns.

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Having said all that, i know there a few/some anime fans who watch anime just to "kill" the time or just for the fanservice which contradicts my reasoning above. but i'm not talking about those fans, i'm talking about the anime fans who watch anime for the story/characters/animation quality/voice acting quality.


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3rdly. the person has to find an anime that touches them or engage them. I feel like if i never seen Spirited Away by accident, i wouldn't have been an anime fan.

The good thing I can say about Sword Art online is that i heard a lot of people becomes fans after being introduced to that anime.

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Personally, HunterXHunter was the saddest anime for me. Episode 135 was like an onion in my eyes. (But you have to watch that show from the beginning to build up the emotional attachment to the characters/world of HxH etc)... you won't feel sad if you watch ep 135 only.
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Posted 10/31/14 , edited 10/31/14

narfington wrote:

I have no idea what you said in the first sentence. However if you want to cry then check out Anohana. That one got my tears flowing.


lmao
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