I found this perusing the fine art over at sadpanda, and for one reason or another, I thought I'd share it.
>A very interesting commentary on anime fandom and anime appreciation.
Narrator-chan has no stones and x-ko-chan is a cunt.
If you like something like it. If some cunt doesn't agree that's their problem, not yours.
All those stuff and that's the conclusion? If so, she either never truly loved the show or a pussy ass bitch nigga, seeing how random faggots she didn't even know could break her opinion so easily.
It's a bloody anime, ignoring peer pressure should be your second nature by now.
>hurr durr someone didn't like the movie and had legitimate criticisms now I can't enjoy it ever again what a horrible thing criticism is no one should ever improve just so I can be a baby with no taste forever!
I sort of get it. It's like if everything is going right with your waifu but then she gets raped. You still love her and all that but it's not the same. You can't make babies with her without thinking about that time some big brolic black dude raped her.
Your favorite anime had a certain magic in your eyes before, but then some dick comes around and the magic is now kill. It's not a reason to drop it altogether but it is sort of ruined now
>thinks the movie is great
>can't even argue why it is
I hate those people. Just blindly watching shit without thinking about it.
On the other hand people who hate on certain elements and claim it's entirely bad are also retarded. Like people saying Eva is bad, because >le pointless symbolism amirite
I can see how it could lessen the experience somewhat, but doing a 180 and going all "criticism takes the precious memories of fans and crushes them" is absolute bullshit. No amount of flaws that I notice later would entirely break the moment when I first watched my favourite chinese cartoon.
Wow, what a baby. I was actually expecting something consequential but that was incredibly melodramatic.
Who cares if someone criticizes something, it shouldn't matter if you actually like it.
The entire prequel trilogy (episodes 1-3) is universally considered to be terrible. Episode 1 was the first new Star Wars movie to come out in 16 years, though, so there was a brief period where people loved it. It's like how if you're fucking starving any food you eat will seem like the best food you've ever had, but then once you're done you may look back on it and realize it wasn't very good.