What has changed in anime from the last decade to this decade?
Nineties ugly design was thankfully removed. Also, filters. Loads and loads of filters.
>original anime studios
>this is what 00s kiddies actually believe
Old anime is simply better than new anime.
Anime/manga really did peak in the 1980s in terms of art style, didn't it?
Look at this manly motherfucker.
I'm currently watching Ranma and the 80s art style is pretty nice though it seems there is often a lack of fine detail as well as "weird" frames.
I'm also unsure how to feel about my boners.
>I was talking of it in relations to the other decades
2000s has a high adaptation ratio. 1980s actually has a higher original adaptation ratio than 2000s because the 80s mostly relied on making cartoons for toys, a la Gundam and the Super Dimension Series.
How old are you?
>endless westaboo Marvel series
Most of their original work was from the Eighties and Nineties, newfriend.
So you were born in the Nineties, huh?
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Keep backpedaling, this is amusing me.
Spot the newfag!
There he is!
>mattering at all compared to 80s and 90s Gainax
It's no coincidence that Gainax died in the 2000s. The 2000s killed Gainax.
>implying OVAs and long-runenrs aren't original
You've moved the goal post. Earlier, you claimed that 00s was the most original in terms of adaptations. Now that you've been proven wrong in that regard, you've shifted to claiming that 80s isn't full of original content because their original content is contained in long-runners and OVAs? That doesn't make much sense.
>that retarded as fuck example for the 90's
>shows charts with barely any tv anime
Did you see the Nico video showcasing the tons of original content from the 80s? Of course, you didn't. Because you shifted goal posts from showcasing original anime to the amount of anime being produced.
>claims 00s is era of most original content
>gets BTFO in regards to that by showing how many adaptations were made back then
>he moves the goal post by saying OVAs don't count and ignores the sheer amount of original TV animation combined in the decade shown in http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm11901709.
You best be trolling, kid. Again, you're not answering my question. How old are you?
My fucking sides
All the new kids on the block like Kyoani, PA Works, Gokumi, Dogakobo, 8bit, Wit, Shaft and etc are showing these dinosaurs studio how it is done instead of crying.
>My argument was primarily about the amount of anime produced
>00s was the age of original anime studios
Only because anime ran longer back then. Also, going by amounts, 00s is creatively bereft because most of the anime they produced were adaptations, so either argument, you fail.
>LN adaptation during the 00s
>claims 10s is the LN adaptation era
You're just proving the other guy right.
That argument was about studios
neither of us were talking about it (you were talking about the anime itself not the studios). I guess it was my fault. Let's go back on topic, 00s had more studios that stood out and tried to produce original anime.
Sunrise and Toei made tons more original content than any of the studios you've cited, which especially in the 00s was adaptation-heavy.
Try again. Also, you haven't answered my question: How old are you?
I'm debating in topic while you shifted your attention elsewhere because you're not winning the debate.
That's what's happening here.
again all eras are adaption heavy (it's anime for god-sakes).
it's just 00s broke out a whole messload of studios that wanted to get identities for themselves and their own style.
Granted it was because of Gainax after Eva (aka Gainax in the 90s) but it's still the case.
most of which studios either died or became creatively-bankrupt by the time 10s came around
>again all eras are adaption heavy (it's anime for god-sakes)
00s has one of the highest adaptation ratios, so it's strange to claim that it's the age of original anime studios when more studios in the 80s and even 90s were making more original shit. I'd also like to take note that many of those charts are incomplete, go to a Japanese site to see complete listings of what was released back then. Or the amount of studios back then, at that.
Was KareKano any good? It was always THAT Gainax show I never bothered to pick up from my backlog, but I wouldn't mind watching a romantic comedy free of the tropes and archetypes of contemporary anime right now.