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Old 2013-01-10, 02:42   Link #5
Join Date: Aug 2009
Age: 26
Originally Posted by Write View Post
First of all, I believe Sturgeon's Law greatly applies to anime as a category of entertainment. I thought so when I started watching at 10 and I think so now (20 y/o); I just always believed that most anime was garbage and that contrast made me appreciate the good shows so much more.

Now though, nearly every show shamelessly adheres to cliche plot points and archetypes.

Not only that but the poorly written protagonist that plagues nearly every anime is toxic. In good faith I can't recommend anime to anyone under the age of 16 because honestly it'd probably warp there brains. It's that bad.
Those are some outstanding generalizations right there, I believe.

Perhaps you'd better choose the shows you watch more wisely then?
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