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ridiculus:
Pročitah članak. U njegovu odbranu, pisac ipak ne govori o kreativnom mulju ili tehničkoj neadekvatnosti, već o teškoj poziciji animatora u japanskom finansijskom lancu. Medjutim, moj stav je sličan i povodom toga. Tezuka je i sam radio danonoćno; nije takoreći "uvalio" to drugima. Najlakše je okriviti nekog ko je umro pre skoro 30 godina.

Inače, animee više gotovo i ne gledam. Čast izuzecima. Novija TV produkcija je toliko uniformisana da ne želim da gubim vreme na to. Parazita nisam ni pogledao. Mislim, pogledao sam kako to izgleda, i zaključio da ne želim da kvarim utisak o jednom od meni omiljenih japanskih stripova ikada. Možda se predomislim, ali iz znatiželje, ne zato što očekujem neki doprinos priči ili neki novi ugao posmatranja,  ili čak veran prenos u drugi medij.

Stripovi, pak, su druga stvar.  Tu ima toliko toga da, koliko god neki fetiši ili pravci bili prodavani, ima tu da se probere za svakoga. To sam rekao već nekoliko puta, i ništa se tu nije promenilo. Samo me ponekad malo mrzi da pišem o stvarima koje niko ne čita sem mene (a, često, niko i ne može da čita).

Meho Krljic:

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Inače, animee više gotovo i ne gledam. Čast izuzecima. Novija TV produkcija je toliko uniformisana da ne želim da gubim vreme na to. Parazita nisam ni pogledao. Mislim, pogledao sam kako to izgleda, i zaključio da ne želim da kvarim utisak o jednom od meni omiljenih japanskih stripova ikada. Možda se predomislim, ali iz znatiželje, ne zato što očekujem neki doprinos priči ili neki novi ugao posmatranja,  ili čak veran prenos u drugi medij.



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Hideaki Ano veli:

 Evangelion Creator Predicts the Death of Anime
 
 

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Hideaki Anno, creator Neon Genesis Evangelion, thinks that the Japanese animation industry’s days are numbered.
 
In an interview with Russian news agency RIA Novosti (via EvaGeeks), Anno said the anime industry as we now know it will end in the next five to twenty years. Decline and “death” are unavoidable. Anno calls this only “a matter of time.” Yikes!
 
“Japanese animation is in decline,” Anno told RIA. “It’s already peaked.” Next, Anno believes, is the inevitable death. “After it does collapse, there will probably be a new resurgence.” The question, Anno wonders, is whether people will wait for this rebirth.
 
This death isn’t the end of anime per se. Japan will continue to have animation. “I don’t think animation will vanish,” Anno continued, “but perhaps, there might not be the conditions that have existed up until now that have led to the creation of interesting films.”
 
Anno thinks this collapse will mark the end of Japan’s dominance. Other countries in Asia, he points out, are getting richer and will produce more and more animation for their own audiences. On the contrary, Anno thinks there will be less money in Japan, which will also aid in anime’s decline and death. He also points out that there are fewer animators in Japan, which will also negatively impact anime. No doubt, ditto for a smaller population.
 
Of course, animation will continue abroad—and it, perhaps, that animation will be influenced heavily by anime. Who knows.
 
“Japan will just no longer be the center of world animation,” Anno added. “Maybe in five years, Taiwan will be such a center.” Anno described a recent trip to Taiwan, and the animators there, he said, had such passion and energy. In Japan, Anno says animation is “moving by inertia.”
 
Anno believes that animation in Japan needs to be more flexible towards adapting new methods, such as computer graphics, to find new ways to make interesting anime in a new environment. As the working conditions show, the current business model simply isn’t sustainable. If things don’t change, Anno’s prediction could become reality.
 

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Meho Krljic:
Some of Anime's Most Famous Poses and Techniques

ridiculus:
U tekstu se ne pominje JoJo! Srećom, to je ispravljeno u komentarima. Može se ići na kartu "to nije originalno izmišljeno u animeima", ali mnogi od dotičnih ne samo što prave reference na JoJo poze, već ih direktno koriste, tako da opravdanje ne stoji.

Meho Krljic:
Na osnovu ankete sa hiljadu japanskih građana:
 
 Poll: The Most Beloved Manga Artists in Japan
 

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20. Izumi Tsubaki (Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun)
 
19. Takeshi Obata (Death Note)
 
18. Takehiko Inoue (Slam Dunk)
 
17. Tite Kubo (Bleach)
 
16. Clamp (Cardcaptor Sakura)
 
15. Yusei Matsui (Assassination Classroom)
 
14. Tadatoshi Fujimaki (Kuroko’s Basketball)
 
13. Cocoa Fujiwara (Inu x Boku SS, Vol. 1)
 
12. Hajime Isayama (Attack on Titan)
 
11. Yoshihiro Togashi (Hunter × Hunter)
 
10. Yana Toboso (Black Butler)
 
9. Gosho Aoyama (Detective Conan)
 
8. Masashi Kishimoto (Naruto)
 
7. Sui Ishida (Tokyo Ghoul)
 
6. Rumiko Takahashi (InuYasha)
 
5. Hirohiko Araki (JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure)
 
4. Hiromu Arakawa (Fullmetal Alchemist)
 
3. Akira Toriyama (Dragonball)
 
2. Eiichiro Oda (One Piece)
 
1. Hideaki Sorachi (Gintama)
 

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