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Post Reply How come there isn't more anime?
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Posted 5/6/17
There is hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of anime on here. Open your eyes.
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diablos8704 wrote:

I mean crunchyroll is supposed to be big right? and i'm paying for it. So why isn't there more anime on here? Like i would love to watch detective conan from episode 1 but they start it at like what 700 something? or even watching older animes like slayers or things like that? I'm just disapointed that i'm paying for crunchyroll but yet there's not really alot of anime. and they remove anime as well. why?


Won't help much for case closed but you could always try the vrv bundle if you want access to more stuff (if it's available in your region) since you get funimation for an extra couple bucks a month. In terms of the amount of content it's the best value you'll see pretty much anywhere else in the world
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curr0001 wrote:Cause animators need time off to.


sadly, anime companies couldn't give two cents about the animators. they literally pay them slave wages (yes, there are probably a few exception here and there) and overtime without pay is pretty much the norm. people think that by buying anime merchandise, going as "legit" as possible, they would be supporting the poor animators. this is only true to some degree - it only guarantees that he/she can still keep working and receiving slave wages for their work. the bulk of the money will of course go to the company ceos.



Receiving responses from 759 of the 2,652 members it contacted, Janica calculated that an animator’s average workday lasts 11 hours. Their average compensation for such marathon shifts? A paltry 1,100,000 yen (US$9,240) a year.

http://en.rocketnews24.com/2015/04/29/want-to-be-an-animator-in-japan-brace-yourself-for-long-hours-poverty-as-you-start-your-career/
as for the actual cost of licensing, that's completely arbitrary. some companies can charge an arm and a leg to license one of their series for a limited time, while others can choose to give away their series pretty much for free (examples include Love Live Sunshine by Sunrise and Idolmaster Cinderella Girls by BandaiNamco)
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If I watched correctly we finns have little bit over 200 anime titles that we can watch.
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Posted 5/11/17
Because of licensing...it's complicated.
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Which other legit streaming services have good anime libraries? If you could pick only two (one of them being CR) which other one would you pick for the best selection of anime to watch?
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