Could he be the greatest anime man who has ever lived?
>Imaishi is innovating in the medium itself.
>Beyond simply "anime".
Jesus christ, these days it's really difficult to tell the difference between /a/ and /v/.
Miyzaki is overrated and hasn't done anything beyond a "decent" movie in his entire career. His only claim to fame is being extremely accessible to casuals and western fans, because of his shallow style over substance hippie propaganda.