Netflix’s Neo Yokio Redefines “Bad Anime”

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Jaden Smith’s self-insert anime Neo Yokio has unsurprisingly been ill-received by everyone with any sense, with complaints ranging from the poor art and animation to its agonizing decision to mash numerous anime tropes together for no reason other than to convince a pampered halfwit acting talent is a hereditary trait.

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  • Anonymous commented on September 25, 2017 15:53

    This ^... More

  • Anonymous commented on September 25, 2017 15:23

    at least it would be somewhat hot, mmm-kay. Especially if it had femboys... More


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Adam Wingard, the director of Netflix’s live action Death Note movie, has deleted his Twitter account after being deluged with death threats and insults, unsurprisingly pouring in even before the script was written.

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  • Anonymous commented on September 16, 2017 02:45

    *gives Anonymous a thumbsup of agreement*... More

  • Anonymous commented on September 15, 2017 04:16

    what a bunch of flaming faggots, to get so worked up. I haven't seen it but it's probably not that bad. (They started threats before it was released). Yea I hold up Death note up... More


Netflix’s Neo Yokio “An Insult to Anime”

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Netflix has continued to disgrace anime with a trailer for “Neo Yokio,” an upcoming animated Jaden Smith vehicle they are producing with the aid of Studio Deen and Production I.G., set in the US and boasting all the staples of peak degeneracy in addition to the usual anime ones.

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  • Anonymous commented on September 13, 2017 14:38

    ¿Continued? Castlevania is better than half of the Type-b shit that's marketed in Japan and produced in Korea or Vietnam. Fuck off. But yes, this looks kinda shitty.... More

  • Anonymous commented on September 13, 2017 13:01

    This doesn't look like it was animated by Production I.G. I feel like I'm looking at an artistry of Boondocks meets Totally Spies. Wants to desperately look like anime but its obviously not. What's more... More


Netflix Threatens Death Note Sequels

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The director of the highly despised Netflix Death Note movie has stated that he would like to take part in directing any future sequels to the film, risking his reputation and the sanity of Death Note fans as a result – if the low performing film’s sequel ever even gets green-lit.

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  • Anonymous commented on September 24, 2017 19:44

    Why do I bother reading the comments in here? The shit people say is insane.... More

  • Anonymous commented on August 29, 2017 23:32

    Of course they are an aggregation of many critics and user reviews lol Just like when their dumbshit don't sell, they just blame the fanbase and the whole world... More


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Yet another new PV has emerged for Netflix’s imminent live action Death Note movie, this time giving the highly memorable L some screen-time as he converses with main character Light Yagami (or rather Light Turner), with Lakeith Stanfield apparently surprising many due to his similar speech patterns to L’s English dub actor Alessandro Juliani.

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  • Anonymous commented on September 14, 2017 16:38

    I hate white scum, as an asian i think this deathnote is retarded but the racism coming from it is even more retarded, a bunch of pink pigs getting all sweaty about their race not... More

  • Anonymous commented on September 14, 2017 16:37

    I hate white scum, as an asian i think this deathnote is retarded but the racism coming from it is even more retarded, a bunch of pink pigs getting all sweaty about their race not... More


Death Note Creators on Netflix Film: “It Was Great!”

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Death Note creators Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata have shared their opinions on the upcoming and utterly despised Netflix Death Note film, revealing that they believe the film was better than expected and thus looking bound to lose the support of most their fans as a result.

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  • Riiku commented on August 15, 2017 02:18

    He was payed, obviously.... More

  • Anonymous commented on August 15, 2017 00:26

    WE WUZ DETECTIVES N SHIIIIEEET... More


Netflix Castlevania Producer: “Metroid is Next!”

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Adi Shankar, the producer of the Netflix-based Castlevania anime (its first season is available now), has mentioned his interest in creating a Metroid anime, one that will follow in the same vein as his Castlevania animation by being dark and gritty.

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  • Chen-04 commented on July 23, 2017 20:39

    CG-animation is everywhere in anime since at least the Ghibli movie Mononoke-hime, which used it extensively. It's just that you can't tell the difference. What makes an anime anime is that it is made by... More

  • Chen-04 commented on July 23, 2017 20:27

    RWBY isn't anime either. Anime is animation made by Japanese for Japanese with Japanese.... More


New Netflix Death Note Trailer Hated Hard

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Netflix have posted a new trailer for its highly despised Death Note live action series, garnering the usual amount of inflammatory hatred from those who don’t want a western iteration of the glorious Nipponese franchise but bound to rake in a significant amount of income anyway due to all the attention it has mustered through the controversy.

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  • Anonymous commented on September 9, 2017 07:40

    L is black. Automatic FAIL!!!... More

  • Anonymous commented on September 9, 2017 07:40

    Wait until you watch it...... More


Netflix Castlevania Trailer “May Actually be Good!?”

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The upcoming Netflix-produced Castlevania animation has at last gotten a trailer, certainly making quite the impression as some have agreed that the series may actually turn out to be pretty decent, a rarity amongst American-made adaptations of Japanese franchises.

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  • jr240483 commented on September 25, 2017 00:59

    while castlevania might be good, it wont absolve netflix's god awful treatment to the industry. first there was their bastardization & americanized version of the precure series , then they added "insult to injury" with... More

  • Anonymous commented on May 28, 2017 16:08

    Seriously, netflix is only used by poor fags that don't want to pay for tv, who cares..... More


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The debut of a trailer for the Netflix live action “interpretation” of Death Note soon brought about the emergence of a petition demanding Netflix replace its “whitewashed” cast with Japanese actors, naturally causing a clamor not dissimilar to the ruckus caused by the upcoming Ghost in the Shell film.

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  • Anonymous commented on September 24, 2017 19:39

    My god this shit is mind boggling... More

  • Anonymous commented on April 3, 2017 22:24

    @01:19 Choose one: "west is finally adapting stories" or "bring[ing] about new ideas Giving new artists more green screen environments to flex their muscles lol. How about going back to basics: Real backgrounds, props, practical effects and original stories. Then... More


Netflix Live Action Death Note “Blasphemy”

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The reputation of live action adaptations of anime classics have been done no favors with the unveiling of the first trailer for Netflix’s live action Death Note film, generating a great deal of rage online for a multitude of reasons, from the non-Asian actors to the alteration of Light’s name – not an entirely surprising outcome considering the similar ongoing fiasco with Ghost in the Shell.

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  • Anonymous commented on March 30, 2017 13:59

    Are we to ban all non-English actors from playing Shakespearian roles? Yeah, especially when they think they're using a real British accent! They get it wrong so often it's a joke.... More

  • Anonymous commented on March 26, 2017 12:20

    Said the retard. No one bought up SJW nor whitewash except you. All live action sucks and that is what was said. How much anime and manga have you bought and how do you support the... More


Boku Dake ga Inai Machi Gets Netflix Live Action

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The next beloved anime series to be converted into a live action TV drama (that will almost inevitably fail due to the low success rate of live action projects and be reviled forever) by the notorious Netflix has been revealed to be none other than Boku Dake ga Inai Machi, which may possibly have a chance at succeeding due to the show’s scant need for special effects and its un-whitewashed cast.

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  • Anonymous commented on March 16, 2017 10:54

    does anyone remember if Rift or Artefact complained about race-bending when the live action Attack on Titan or Full Metal Alchemist movies were announced? Me neither...... More

  • Anonymous commented on March 16, 2017 10:51

    welcome to sankaku... More


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