A rather quiet week after the Crunchyroll incident last week, the subreddit brimming in anticipation for the upcoming season, happily watching and discussing new PVs and information snippets.
MarieDuPont asks the old age question. To which the answer is of course “ripped VHS”.
It’s easy to build certain impressions about anime without watching them when hanging around /r/anime. sashabr asked people to name anime and people who haven’t seen it to state what they learned from /r/anime.
teeno731 made a fun thread asking people to pitch a generic anime. There were both creative attempts and anti-recommendations for existing anime.
IISuperSlothII, diligent as always, released the new seasonal ranking.
Mike4992 made the interesting notion of posting the frontpage of /r/anime via waybackmachine, offering some amusing threads.
The time to suggest comment faces to replace the old ones has come.
amonaroll put up an interesting topic. Are people actually turned on by fanservice? A lot of interesting replies.
Redditors explain to valorzard why japanese and international communities are seperated as they are.
A general survey by the moderation about the state of the subreddit and the satisfaction with it.
With the new season on the doorstep, there is of course once again the question what people are looking forward to.
Pedophilia in anime is a topic that occasionally comes up. Just recently we had Stacey Dooley connecting the two. This thread is interesting, because it’s chunk full of arguments regarding the topic.
Mathgeek007 made a handy table with the airing times of the spring anime.
cycle112 reminded the subreddit of the upcoming AnimeJapan 2017 and asked about expectations regarding trailers and announcements.
carl_dr_1995 posted an interesting panel from a Simpsons comic.
It’s weird hearing the name of an anime out loud for the first time after saying it incorrectly inside your head for the longest time.
weebaustin opened an interesting discussion about pronunciation and walking a while without knowing the correct one.
Is there a term for where Japanese people abbreviate Japanese words using the first English letter of each syllable?
freecomkcf brought up the interesting case of japanese shortening words down.
porpoiseoflife is still not in a mental asylum.
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