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garcet71283 - 2013-11-13

So...this only became popular because the yellow-man is emotionally repressed?

RedRust - 2013-11-14

Asian moms generally don't express affection to their children.

garcet71283 - 2013-11-14

How appropriate, the way to defeat the evil monster that is Manga is with love...focused into a rape laser of course.

memedumpster - 2013-11-14

That was more informative (you know, in a good way) than I thought it would be.

cognitivedissonance - 2013-11-14

When I was a kid, I came under the spell of anime, largely because it was during the tail end of the Disney Afternoon era and the beginning of the long slow slide of The Simpsons. I liked that there appeared to be a vibrant and adult animation culture. I liked the episodic nature of the beast, and how it appeared to address things Western animation didn't.

All went well until I saw "Tenchi Muyo".

I never watched anime again (barring Miyazaki and a box set of "Excel Saga"), and I wonder how the hell I thought it might have been valuable.

Caminante Nocturno - 2013-11-14

You couldn't handle Tenchi Muyo?

That's funny.

You're a funny guy.

Nikon - 2013-11-14

Cam: he can't step up to this because he can't handle this.

cognitivedissonance - 2013-11-14

Naw, I inverted into Fleischer Brothers. Loops and loops of Fleischer Brothers. I know every single one by heart.

Gmork - 2013-11-14

I read that as "Manga Dad" and thought it was going to be similar story arc to the Donkey Kong Killscreen Dad, but with more backwards black and white comic books.

Caminante Nocturno - 2013-11-14

I would totally be the Billy Mitchell of that documentary.

Nikon - 2013-11-14

I thought it was going to be like Ghost Dad, but with the Dad stepping out of manga books like Aha's Take On Me.

Caminante Nocturno - 2013-11-14

I thought this was going to be full of the kind of casual, sanctimonious bigotry you always see when Westerners make a documentary about Japanese culture, but this was actually very sensible.

I especially liked the part with Junko Mizuno at around 25 minutes in.

Nikon - 2013-11-14

I might give it a look later on based on your appraisal.

SteamPoweredKleenex - 2013-11-15

Bigots vs. xenophobes. Fun times!

misterbuns - 2013-11-14

This is so boring.

Old_Zircon - 2013-11-15

You didn't watch long enough.

misterbuns - 2013-11-15

this thing is written like a 5th grade report.

Old_Zircon - 2013-11-15

That's about 1/3 of why I submitted it.

misterbuns - 2013-11-15


misterbuns - 2013-11-15

with awful music from ten years ago

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