Started by Spiritsnare, January 10, 2006, 07:35:09 AM
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Quote from: "Chun"So where do Kare Kano, Comic Party, and Serial Experiments Lain fall into the mix?
Quote from: "Chun"I personally thought it was terrible.The article misses a lot of different points (Missing my club, GAO, from the bay area clubs list aside....) about the liscencing issues of fansubs and the diversity of anime from these stereotypical norms. Honestly, Bleach, Naruto, One Piece, and Full Metal are robots, ninjas, guns, and killing...So where do Kare Kano, Comic Party, and Serial Experiments Lain fall into the mix?The page REEKS of fanism from just Cartoon Network. "The legality of file-sharing anime that is licensed in Japan but not in the United States is ambiguous. But once the producer exports those programs to a U.S. licensee, users would be violating the license agreement by downloading."Let's put it straight; IT'S ILLEGAL. End of story. The only reason the groups haven't been touched on so maliciously is because these series are free advertising, and lawsuits would be messy for litte profit. They can just look at the free concensus, then grab the most drooled upon series right before it finishes up.The varying of opinions is crap too. She went to three high schools and talked to the most frequent CN watchers.This adds negative points to the "Anime and Manga as a General Medium, not all Sex, Violence, Robots" score.I honestly would like to meet her and ask her where she got her weak sources. A terrible article for so many un-educated-in-anime eyes adds more misconceptions.~Chun
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