- Who’s the best anime girl with white hair?
- Who’s the strongest
animecharacter of all time?
- Who’s the funniest
These are reasonably difficult questions to answer. It takes a lot of thought. And even then the answer is debatable.
Especially because there are always new
Here are 7
1. What’s your favorite
anime of all time?
How do you even make sense of it?
I have too many favourites to name just 1. And I wouldn’t be surprised if you’re the same.
It’s really hard to have 1 favorite if you’ve watched dozens of shows from dozens of genres.
2. Is piracy killing or helping the
This has been debatable for a long time. And on each end of the stick, there’s evidence of piracy helping the industry (and hurting it simultaneously).
But the question is: how much?
Is it 70% helpful and 30% detrimental? Or the other way round?
Is piracy more helpful because of FREE exposure to millions of
And is that amount of
Or is it all one big lie? This is a BIG question. But one things for sure: piracy is a service problem, and the industry is at fault.
3. Who is your favorite
This is similar to point #1. Choosing a favorite
Hard to choose when so many choices are good choices. And at some point in the future your “favorite” is bound to be replaced by another favorite anyway.
4. What does it mean to be an Otaku?
If you asked this question in Japan, you’d get funny looks that will make you feel uncomfortable. Or even ashamed to be an “Otaku”.
But outside of Japan? The definition has been twisted, bent, twirled and shaped into a NEW meaning all together.
Here’s how I define an Otaku (which most have agreed with):
“An Otaku is someone who’s “deep” into
You might own
- You read
animeblogs and have an understanding of WHAT’S happening in the industry.
- You’re passionate about
anime, but not to the detriment of your life or wellbeing.
- You’re knowledgeable about
An Otaku in Japan (from what I know) is someone who can’t differentiate between fiction and reality. And literally is so lost in
Even so, the definition of an “Otaku” is still up for debate. Making it a question with an incomplete answer.
anime is better: DBZ, One Piece or Naruto?
This is hard for a reason.
Facts aside, opinions are different for each show. And the debate will never end, because there are millions of fans for each
I guess that’s why they’re all so successful, fuelled by comparison.
6. Why is
anime still treated as childish, despite being so famous and diverse?
I’ve tried answering this countless times and have spoken about it before.
Why is it
Are people just being ignorant? Are big TV companies denying the existence of
Does the average person claim
These are questions without concrete answers. Especially from a business point of view.
anime should I watch next?
One of the most difficult questions an
I’ve said it before that there are more than 20,000+
30% if you’re lucky (or have too much time on your hands).
This is what makes it so F’in hard to choose the next best show to watch. Because there are so many good choices, like an all you can eat buffet full of international dishes.
Can you add anymore difficult
I’m betting there are more, but these are the 7 worth mentioning.