Just looking for something like bleach, seven deadly sins, hunter x hunter, demon slayer, Tokyo ghoul, akame ga kill, naruto ect
The promo art really jebaited me. Anyone else?
I was reading a Forbes article (a little over a year old) today about them and here is what they had: > Since those humble beginnings, Kyoto Animation has earned a reputation for hiring more women—and promoting them to more prestigious roles—than other anime studios. In addition to this gender parity, KyoAni is famous for its progressive, worker-friendly environment in an industry where animators are frequently overworked and underpaid. While Japanese animators generally make a pittance, even at famous places like Studio Ghibli, Kyoto Animation pays their workers on salary. In an industry where most animators are contractors with few benefits, KyoAni is one of the few that offers perks like maternity leave. The studio’s worker treatment is a beacon in an industry that often burns out animators, showing that fair employment practices and commercial success aren’t at odds after all.
Here is the full take: [https://www.forbes.com/sites/laurenorsini/2019/07/19/the-impact-of-kyoto-anima... keep reading on reddit ➡
As How to Train your Dragons 2 opens, it is immediately clear that the protagonists (Hiccup and Toothless) have grown enormously since the first film. Their confidence and trust in each other lead to a soul-lifting flight sequence, and their behaviours displays major emotional growth.
This scene reads like a proclamation from the writers (Dean DeBlois, Cressida Cowell), whose dedication to character growth continues throughout the series with such courageous vigour. So rarely do you see a successful, large-budget franchise that is so unafraid of change or so skilful in challenging the qualities and fundamental principles of its characters.
The films develop a believable sense of danger, they don’t coddle Hiccup or Toothless because they are young; There are very meaningful threats to their well-being and the prosperity of their community.
The series wraps up with the most affecting and emotional endings to a trilogy since Toy Story 3. It deserves to be mentioned with the same r... keep reading on reddit ➡