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    Comment by Anonymous
    14:07 18/10/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    Again with the stupid censorship.

    Comment by Anonymous
    16:28 18/10/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    Once again going further away from "plot with porn" and closer to "porn with plot".

    Comment by Anonymous
    13:49 18/10/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    I am all for crazy boob physics but god damn either her bras are lousy or they are amazing for keeping her boobs from ripping themselves off.

    Comment by Anonymous
    01:44 19/10/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    dat glorious plot!!
    and when will the BDs come out?

    Comment by Anonymous
    11:20 18/10/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    Hated those games, had to concentrate so hard not to get a boner

    Comment by Anonymous
    10:58 18/10/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    Don't like how they're adapting this for the moment... They cut off the aunt's ero scenes!

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    Comment by Anonymous
    08:15 18/10/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    FUCK!!!!... it has the worst kind of censorship...

    I so hate this...

    Comment by Anonymous
    07:46 18/10/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    Do you guys think it's not profitable to make an ero-anime with a good story, high quality animation, and hot sex scenes? I don't know why they haven't pushed harder to market such an anime into the mainstream, just like HBO has and now dominates US tv with its series that have grit, sexuality, and stories.

    Comment by Anonymous
    08:05 18/10/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    Because it's still pretty commonly thought that cartoons(and anime) are mainly for kids.

    But there are some exceptions. For example Spawn had an epic animated series that sadly was cut short, I think it's from late 90's or early 00's. It had an interesting dark and gritty story with brutal violence and it even had sex scenes.

    Comment by Anonymous
    09:01 18/10/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    I remember watching that, it was really good

    Comment by Anonymous
    07:53 18/10/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    Profitable you say?
    You talk as if you pay for cartoons.

    Comment by Anonymous
    08:31 18/10/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    Paying for cartoons haha, what idiot would ever do that?

    Comment by Anonymous
    10:20 18/10/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    How about some idiots who want to support the people who work hard for animes and keep the goddamn industry alive?

    Yep, totally idiots, you must be such a genius to notice that they're dumb so that you deserves a Nobel prize(Kappa).

    Comment by Anonymous
    10:29 18/10/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    There's nothing stopping those kind of animes from being made apart from the fact that proper ero means killing off some of your profits.

    FSN could totally have gone that route of "porn with good story", there's really nothing to stop them from actually showing the sex if they actually wanted, but as soon as they put the 18+ label on their BD boxes, it's going to be harder for a considerable amount of customers to buy them.

    And let's face it, the industry itself is facing a severe shortage on good writers to begin with, that's why the majority of the animes have to turn to dumb ero and/or harem LNs who has preestablished following in the form of otakus who's willing to blindly pour out their wallets for them.

    But yeah it is actually more common these days for these animes to flop and be forgotten within a few months, so adapting them aren't any less risky than actually trying to adapt LNs with good story or even an original story, so hell if I know why the industry still sticks to this format that they very well know is no longer profitable.

    Comment by Anonymous
    12:43 18/10/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    @10:29
    There's nothing stopping those kind of anime from being made you said? Well, only if the U.S stops practicing double standards and allow more contents from overseas through their censorship, instead of showing favoritism towards home-grown productions only.

    When there are still people of this day and age with the mindset of - cartoons is for kids or outright accusing (all) Japanese cartoon as porn. Yes, these kind of people still think of anime as cartoon, even though the former cater to a wider ranges of audiences, 18 + or not, you will still get weird stares for buying anime or it's merchandises, which is why most of the fans brought them online, but did this boost sales for the physical stores, I think not.

    And let's face it, the consumers from the west are getting picky over which is good and which is not to the point that anime companies based in the U.S had to handpick titles after considering every factors that it will actually sells before bring them over. If seeing almost the same old genres released in the west means there is a shortage of good writers in Japan then you seriously are biased with your opinion on this.

    If otaku and true fans did not spend and support the industries, who do you expect to do that on their behalf, free leechers who only knows how to complain?

    New songs, TV dramas etc are constantly being made just so that their industries can stay afloat, but is every single one of them very successful to the point that they won't be forgotten within a few months, no? People like you never acknowledge the successful ones but chose to harp on the apparently less popular shows as if one such show represents the entire of Japanese entertainment media.

    Comment by Anonymous
    22:26 18/10/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    Ohkay, wise guy, where did I said anything about the western market? The anime industry doesn't give crap about western audiences apart from a few extra bucks, I'm talking about the market WITHIN Japan, you know, the country containing the people who make and the core demographics of this medium.

    What the US or anywhere else on earth think holds no weight on what animes are being created, so no, in Japan, you gotta be blind, deaf and have brain damage to still be ignorant to think "anime = childish cartoon". In Japan, just walking to the convenient store will show you enough evidences anime isn't only for kids.

    Nevertheless, yes there will be weird stares to people who buy 18+ BDs, but it's still just a minor bump, again, we're talking about a country where porn magazines are put on the same shelves as children's books in stores.

    And no, even within Japan, these harem, ecchi trend still flops pretty bad, it's not just a "western" thing and there always is a high demand for "well written" animes by the actual "majority" of the anime consumers within Japan. The otakus willing to pay tens of hundreds of thousands on these lesser genres is still in the minority, and even they don't have enough buying power to keep the industry afloat at this rate.

    So if the demand is highest as it has ever been, why are there still so few studios trying to rake in money by actually adapting good stories? If it's not the lack of good stories to adapt and GOOD WRITERS to make them, then what other reason could it be that they're leaving this gold mine untouched and keep pouring budgets into projects that will barely make profits, if not flop entirely?

    And having a few Shingeki no Kyojins floating around won't save the industry, that's why I'm not talking about the successful uber-minorities, please don't put idiotic arguments into my mouth because you totally missed the point.

    I buy the animes I like, I support the studios who deserve my money, please don't act presumptious just for the sake of being cocky.

    Comment by Anonymous
    01:38 19/10/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    @22:26
    Okay, wise guy, you said the industry itself is facing a severe shortage on good writers hence I presented my opinion to point out that not every series is imported to the west, in fact only a very small portion of them even make it to the west. So unless you have watched literally thousands of every single series out there, you are just being cocky yourself for accusing them of having no talented writers.

    Just because you did buy the anime you likes doesn't mean those you didn't like isn't favored by other people, so where did you get the sources of your argument that the industry is lacking in good writers or that certain titles is/will flops? You call them trend, so that means they are still pretty much in demand, it's just that those "minor" ones wasn't to your taste.

    Look mate, you used a shows that were mainstream just to prove your point, this give me the impression that you don't watch many anime from a wider genres except the popular ones. I can't help but think that you are just making assumptions based on a few shows you were exposed to. I'm in my thirties and had been into the culture since the early 90's, surely I've more exposures than you?

    Regarding your question on why so few studios is adapting good stories: firstly - studios do not get to decide which show to animate, the opportunity came from sponsors already interested in certain series. Secondly - as I've mentioned before, what you like may not be what I like and vice versa. Just because a manga, novel or other sources is well-received doesn't mean the anime will receive the same respond since any anime projects is produced by large number of staff members in addition to their budgets.

    There is no sure way of telling whether a show will do well in advance, it is a very big gamble and risk on their parts. And anime companies spent a considerable amount of revenues on advertising thus they don't really profit much from each show they chunk out. Can't compare them to big names like Disney which doesn't produce more than one show per season, which means they can afford the time and budgets for better animation as well as advertisements.

    Comment by Anonymous
    08:18 19/10/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    The anime industry isn't lacking in writers, it's simply adapting to what sells. Studios live or die on the sales of their shows on BD/DVD.

    Comment by Anonymous
    19:50 19/10/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    There is a lot involved when you are trying to do adaptation from any sources, while talented writers can bring out good stories without going through medias like novel or manga but it is still a fact that the said stories isn't met with "trial and error" thus is much more risky to take. And there is no Yaoi being make into anime, it's substitution is Boys Love (BL) which is milder.

    And again, not all LNs is as bad as you had claimed, there are very well-written ones but the good ones usually isn't laden with trends that sits well with the younger generations. It is sad but the industries had to use trends as a gimmick to bring in the sales, traditional way of doing things can no longer keep up with our fast evolving world...

    And there is the misconception that anything anime = shared profits by all parties, which is not true. If anime studios has other means of earning incomes like Disney does, then they can afford to take their time seeking out sponsors and relevant talented staffs and do things on their own pace. But they can't, they just do not have this luxury because other anime studios is competing for this small pie of a market as well, in a way they are rivals.

    That being said, if your past project isn't up to the standard whether with high or low budgets, then chances are future sponsors will go to other studios instead. You see many people talking about lack of "good story" but how many of them actually cares about the plot is the question, if you can't keep up with the trends but have good stories doesn't guarantee huge profits, this is what companies learnt throughout their years in the market.

    Comment by Anonymous
    10:04 19/10/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    Read my posts please, I know studios survive on BD sales, but exactly what I said is they know very well that adapting these LNs which you claimed to "sell" give themselves very little profit in return, all while the fact stands that there is still a yielding high demand for animes that isn't moe/harem/ecchi/yaoi.

    Yet almost no studio is answering to said demand and because of that the industry as a whole is struggling, yes it is also because the media itself doesn't fare well in the age of streaming and torrenting. But to solve that problem, as Psycho-Pass, Kill la Kill, Zankyou no Terror or Ano Hana had shown, studios actually make better money writing a good story by themselves than adapting half assed LNs written by idiots catering to the otaku demographic.

    So why instead of replying to that demand and making a fortune, these studios decide to go for the moderate-risk-low-return route? If it's not the lack of competent writers, then what is it?

    Comment by Anonymous
    10:56 18/10/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    It is profitable. Low investement, low risks... And low return in most cases, but sometimes it even goes to the middle range. When the situation looks bleak, these are in fact the best option, from a corporate point of view.

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    Comment by Ishmon16
    10:53 18/10/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    I bit my lip so damn hard man....



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