>old anime never had fanservice of any kind
If you would excuse us a moment, I would like to have a talk with these young men, about how their opinions are nothing of matter.
>anime was a man's hobby back in my day
>Are you fucking joking? Who says that?
Every single nostalgiafag.
>New anime fan service= retarded girls tripping over with toast in their mouth.
I haven't seen a girl with toast in years and it's odd that I just noticed.
>old anime fan service
>ooga booga boobs huh HUH HUH
>new anime fan service
>The implications of this scene are getting me hot and bothered
You're right, new fan service are for the evolved.
Nostalgia-fags pull the less fanservice card all the time, they usually say shit like it has elss otoku bait which is lolworthy cause thats one of the first things you notice when going into the 80's anime selection is that all the shit we have today was done to extremes there
Only an underage retard or someone facing senility would say something like that. 15-20 years ago anime was legendary for fanservice. I'd even go as far as to call it a cornerstone of anime's rise to popularity in the west.
>there are no blatant female homosexuality in my anime back in the nineties, unlike that degeneracy you call sakura trick
>Nostalgia-fags pull the less fanservice card all the time
No, people who are new to anime and have seen only one or two "old" shows or films from the late 90s think that. They blindly believe shit they read online about how the anime industry is dying and just full of "pandering moeblob shit", and come to the incorrect conclusion that fanservice and "moe" is a recent trend.
I was about to drop a comment about that hack.
It's not dying. Japan as a whole isn't, they're just facing a large population decline in the coming years like all civilised modern countries. If your country doesn't have an aging population, you're a 3rd worlder.
>no one will ever say this to you sincerely
Just like it's a well known fact that an economic recession means the literal death of an entire country. If we look at the last hundred or so years, I don't think ANY country EVER has survived a period of their economy going down the shitter.
>If we look at the last hundred or so years, I don't think ANY country EVER has survived a period of their economy going down the shitter.
>trying to hold hands
I don't hate fan service, I just hate the fact that anime tends to take it too far. When it becomes blatant in the fact I just stop watching that anime, because if I wanted to get turned on i'd rather watch hentai.
>It is dying though, Japan as a whole is.
>Read sensationalist garbage on the internet
>Spout it without doing any research on the topic
Europe and a few other countries are far worse off than Japan.
I fapped to this so many times as a kid.
I just wish we had more porn drawn and animated in that ye olde anime style but it would probably be too expensive to make. This just doesn't cut it anymore.
I can post a couple screens.
KOR created a shit load of drama at the time. People reacted pretty badly to how the love triangle got resolved (especially in the movie).
There's a direct reference to it in "even a monkey can draw manga". It's part of the reason why so few harem series have a properly resolved ending.
Also, Madoka is hot as fuck. Shame Shin KOR fucked up her design
Isn't he one of the most despised manga artists in Japan? Always talking shit about beloved artists and, when he got chosen to do Kamen Rider, he shat out a piece of shit with terrible art.
I compiled them instead of imagedumping.
I don't really know about that, here in Italy he has some kind of small cult following due to his early manga more than the other stuff he's worked on.
I too must admit that even with all the depression, Be Free! is a really good story to read.
I knew about a bit of controversy regarding the rumours about that porn movie he directed but other than that, I don't know much about how he's viewed in Japan. To me he looks like a pretty decent guy for the standard of jap writers or mangaka of his age.
>Images posted here show they were in a wide assortment of anime
>Actually have the gall to say this
Gotta give you credit for being an idiot.
The stuff in Urusei Yatsura, Ranma 1/2, Those who hunt elves, or pretty much anything that aired in this thread really has nothing on the fanservice ovas.
Though I do miss the brief nudity you used to be able to get away with on nip tv.
i guess thats something you two have in common.
No, they're not synonyms here. Only people trying their hardest to fit in think that.
Cowboy Bebop threads generally get shit not because /a/ doesn't like entrylevel stuff, but because the people making them don't belong here and are very obvious about that fact.
Entrylevel just means easily digestible for beginners and widely known.
>People reacted pretty badly to how the love triangle got resolved (especially in the movie).
The movie pissed the ever-living fuck out of me. Madoka and Kyosuke could've sat down and talked things out with Hikaru instead of throwing her out in the cold like that. I mean, Madoka was her best friend and older sister figure while Kyosuke KNEW Hikaru adored him.
The manga ending was just as bullshit. Was there any way the triangle could've been resolved with a well-written conclusion that would've addressed the coming-of-age and whimsical innocence ending?
I watched for the musical episode though.
I'm a Kure-nai fag from years ago, and also read the Denpa Teki na Kanojo before so watching the anime was pretty sad. It's more the way MC was portrayed as a pathetic hs boy without all of his internal suffering and awesomeness when it came to it.
In the end manga was much better, and LN seems to being picked up by the author again.
>the times of my favorite animes are long over
If they weren't over, they couldn't be your favorites.
But by that same logic, you should be more optimistic. There's many more anime waiting to become your favorites when they are over.
I ain't going nowhere sonny.
Go get a job or something! When I was your age, we actually got ourselves out of our room and worked while studying. Just went to a store that needed someone to hire and talked with the boss and gave him one firm handshake and it was easy as that.
>Just went to a store that needed someone to hire and talked with the boss and gave him one firm handshake and it was easy as that.
I wish it was still that simple.
I can't get a job in a field related to my degree because everyone wants five years experience, but getting shitty minimum wage jobs isn't any easier because all the employers know I'm out of there as soon as I find anything that pays better.