Japanese animation vs. American animation

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    • Joshua McGahuey on #4985

      Growing up in the USA I always thought American animation was good until I watched my first Japanese anime. The amount of detail and creativity put into every episode was amazing. There are a few ‘cartoons’ I still watch on occasion but the majority of the animation I watch is Japanese. Currently, my favorite anime is “That time I got reincarnated as a slime” 転生したらスライムだった件 (Tensei Shitara Slime Datta Ken).

      What is your favorite anime or cartoon?

    • Sammy Tang on #4987

      I love a show called Hunter x Hunter. Another one of my favorites is called Steins;Gate!

    • Mariko Adams on #4989

      名探偵コナン(Detective Conan)

    • Joshua McGahuey on #4990

      On Crunchyroll Detective Conan is called “Case Closed”. I haven’t started it yet but I’ll add it to my list.

    • Yoshiteru Ueno on #4991

      If you like “That time I got reincarnated as a slime”, I recommend to check “神達に拾われた男(By the Grace of the Gods)”.
      It has some common points(Reincarnate in another world, slime), but they are completely different stories.

    • Naoto Yoshida on #5025

      I totally agree with you guys! Japanese animation studios generate content at a quicker rate than their American counterparts. The main reasons for this are their finances, the level of precision in their work, and how hard the studio works. Because Japanese anime isn’t as intricate as American animation, it takes less time to make.

      • Joshua McGahuey on #5077

        I don’t agree with Japanese anime being less intricate than American animation. I feel like American animation is lazy when it comes to character expression and detailed backgrounds whereas Japanese animation takes the time to add the little background details that really add to the story.

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