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I t dont understand why
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Tylor19 wrote:

I t dont understand why


I don't know what you mean.
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you mean, why bring things such as human relationship and real life problems into a fictional work?
pretty much: why make slice of life anime?
because they're entertaining. simple as that.
in some cases, they can also be informative, such was the case with Shirobako.
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namealreadytaken wrote:

you mean, why bring things such as human relationship and real life problems into a fictional work?
pretty much: why make slice of life anime?
because they're entertaining. simple as that.
in some cases, they can also be informative, such was the case with Shirobako.


True but the anime world people want to get away from the real world for a bit and they are scared to interact with it why bring that nonsense into this world ?
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Posted 7/22/16 , edited 7/22/16

Tylor19 wrote:


namealreadytaken wrote:

you mean, why bring things such as human relationship and real life problems into a fictional work?
pretty much: why make slice of life anime?
because they're entertaining. simple as that.
in some cases, they can also be informative, such was the case with Shirobako.


True but the anime world people want to get away from the real world for a bit and they are scared to interact with it why bring that nonsense into this world ?


Speak for yourself. Art imitates life no matter how much of an escape it is or how abstract.
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Posted 7/22/16

tkayt wrote:


Tylor19 wrote:


namealreadytaken wrote:

you mean, why bring things such as human relationship and real life problems into a fictional work?
pretty much: why make slice of life anime?
because they're entertaining. simple as that.
in some cases, they can also be informative, such was the case with Shirobako.


True but the anime world people want to get away from the real world for a bit and they are scared to interact with it why bring that nonsense into this world ?


Speak for yourself. Art imitates life no matter how much of an escape it is or how abstract.


True but art is not a a**hole like reality is
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Posted 7/23/16 , edited 7/23/16

Tylor19 wrote:


namealreadytaken wrote:

you mean, why bring things such as human relationship and real life problems into a fictional work?
pretty much: why make slice of life anime?
because they're entertaining. simple as that.
in some cases, they can also be informative, such was the case with Shirobako.


True but the anime world people want to get away from the real world for a bit and they are scared to interact with it why bring that nonsense into this world ?


hmmm.... but to me, I found slice of life good. Gave me more courage to tackle the real world. So yea. It isn't all bad.
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Posted 7/23/16

carmensakura07 wrote:


Tylor19 wrote:


namealreadytaken wrote:

you mean, why bring things such as human relationship and real life problems into a fictional work?
pretty much: why make slice of life anime?
because they're entertaining. simple as that.
in some cases, they can also be informative, such was the case with Shirobako.


True but the anime world people want to get away from the real world for a bit and they are scared to interact with it why bring that nonsense into this world ?


hmmm.... but to me, I found slice of life good. Gave me more courage to tackle the real world. So yea. It isn't all bad.

Everybody sees things differently thats what makes us humans
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Posted 7/23/16

Tylor19 wrote:

Everybody sees things differently thats what makes us humans


I feel like you've already answered your own question, bud.
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Posted 7/23/16

Tylor19 wrote:

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Find me a slice of life anime that resembles our world and I'll agree with you but no matter how you try you won't and if you do it'll be a shit anime. Anime is pretty outlandish and crazy everything is cranked up to 11 and things that don't make sense in our world make perfect sense in anime. The only real thing i see in anime that make a resemblance to our world is love or moreover relationships with all the drama but the drama being cranked up to 11 and far more entertaining than the drama in this world.

It may seem like they are trying to bring things from our world into anime but you have to have a world and life style to compare to en-order to make another world and we only know one world and that's ours so.
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Posted 7/23/16

Tylor19 wrote:


namealreadytaken wrote:

you mean, why bring things such as human relationship and real life problems into a fictional work?
pretty much: why make slice of life anime?
because they're entertaining. simple as that.
in some cases, they can also be informative, such was the case with Shirobako.


True but the anime world people want to get away from the real world for a bit and they are scared to interact with it why bring that nonsense into this world ?


Anime world cannot be fully isolated from the real world; if anime is not connected to real life then how do you explain the deception by Kyuubey, the Tree of Genesis, the Church of Isla, and the villain in the first plot of Machine-Doll wa Kizutsukanai. Also, you should explain how b-rated movies help Maou Sadao gain an advantage against one of his enemy. Isolation from real life could stop people from fulfilling his obligation to their community and prevent them from dealing with issues that will worsen over time. There are many new anime that counteract stereotypes and television logic but those can still mislead anime fans. Anime world can imprison people in a false paradise for a limited time but the people will need to face reality eventually.
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Posted 7/30/16

Tylor19 wrote:


carmensakura07 wrote:


Tylor19 wrote:


namealreadytaken wrote:

you mean, why bring things such as human relationship and real life problems into a fictional work?
pretty much: why make slice of life anime?
because they're entertaining. simple as that.
in some cases, they can also be informative, such was the case with Shirobako.


True but the anime world people want to get away from the real world for a bit and they are scared to interact with it why bring that nonsense into this world ?


hmmm.... but to me, I found slice of life good. Gave me more courage to tackle the real world. So yea. It isn't all bad.

Everybody sees things differently thats what makes us humans


very true.
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Posted 7/31/16

Tylor19 wrote:


namealreadytaken wrote:

you mean, why bring things such as human relationship and real life problems into a fictional work?
pretty much: why make slice of life anime?
because they're entertaining. simple as that.
in some cases, they can also be informative, such was the case with Shirobako.


True but the anime world people want to get away from the real world for a bit and they are scared to interact with it why bring that nonsense into this world ?


Different material for a difference audience. Not everyone watches anime to "escape from reality".
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Any fiction requires a level of suspension of disbelief. The crazier the world the more a writer has to spin a rationale for why the world works the way it does. Thus some grounding is usually a good idea.
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Posted 7/31/16

sinoakayumi wrote:


Tylor19 wrote:


namealreadytaken wrote:

you mean, why bring things such as human relationship and real life problems into a fictional work?
pretty much: why make slice of life anime?
because they're entertaining. simple as that.
in some cases, they can also be informative, such was the case with Shirobako.


True but the anime world people want to get away from the real world for a bit and they are scared to interact with it why bring that nonsense into this world ?


Anime world cannot be fully isolated from the real world; if anime is not connected to real life then how do you explain the deception by Kyuubey, the Tree of Genesis, the Church of Isla, and the villain in the first plot of Machine-Doll wa Kizutsukanai. Also, you should explain how b-rated movies help Maou Sadao gain an advantage against one of his enemy. Isolation from real life could stop people from fulfilling his obligation to their community and prevent them from dealing with issues that will worsen over time. There are many new anime that counteract stereotypes and television logic but those can still mislead anime fans. Anime world can imprison people in a false paradise for a limited time but the people will need to face reality eventually.


Well said because anime can and will lure a person into a false sense of paradise and being a shut-in for a long period of time is really unhealthy for we need social interaction as humans and nothing gets done that way as you said.
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