This week: BBC’s Stacey Dooley on her campaign to paint anime in the light of child pornography, Samuel L. Jackson once again showing his open support for anime and hentai and appreciation for female heads in the anime industry, all to the awesomeness of Zen Zen Zense being sung by a boatload of huge artists on one stage.
TheDerped posted a huge imgur collection of images depicting cosplay shoots and how they were created. Quite endearing and funny how they look behind the scenes.
ajayk111 noticed an out of place quote from Code Geass in the school announcement monitor.
Already forgot about the upset about the Crunchyroll Awards? Crunchyroll certainly hasn’t and shows of a lot of data, that shows that the issue was America’s fault. Thanks Obama.
Yours truly made a thread about odd science in anime, with many interesting responses and amusing examples.
StormRuler started an interesting discussion about the time format of anime.
A lot of surprisingly huge comments with elaboration about food in anime followed an equally big elaborate post by save_the_last_dance.
aniMayor posted another impressively detailed look back 50 years ago, this time taking cracking down on Ninja Bugeichou.
Openings and Endings sometimes tell stories on their own. So bananeeek asks about everyone’s favourite examples of little stories that play out in these 90 seconds.
DrJWilson explains the Iyashikei genre in a wholesome post.
Tehbeefer explains why anime fell out of popularity during the anime bubble and elaborates why it’s currently not niche, but bigger than ever.
BBC reporter Stacey Dooley was always a journalist that was trying to highlight misery of children in the world. However in her good intention she shot too far as she interviewed Takashi Nogami for three hours, insulted him and his work and then didn’t include the loaded interview at all.
The topic was so hot that it made it to a second thread.
AndyLC posts an odd blog post by John K. (Ren & Stimpy) where he praises use of colours in anime, but then goes on a small race rant.
Zelda Williams, daughter of the late Robin Williams posted her signed and illustrated copy of Paranoia agent that was gifted by Satoshi Kon himself to her father.
5213 rings in /r/anime’s appreciation of female workers in the anime industry.
Samuel L. Jackson likes anime (youtube.com)
slashcom posted a neural net that tries to capture the nature of moe.
porpoiseoflife arrived at week 9, this time with Yume 10 Yoru.
Mr_Meowmers collected Yunyun’s sad letters from KonoSuba 2 thus far.
Funimation and Crunchyroll get all lovely-dovey again.
urban287 posted a video of an impressive amount of high profile music artists performing Zen Zen Zense together.
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- No Stupid Questions
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