Anime Merchandise. Tuesday , September 11th , 2018 - 09:38:05 AM
However, when cost is cut, it often leads to some of the best animators, directors, or even writers out of the job. Things like this can have a tremendous impact on future animation projects. In fact, it's perhaps the main reason why many cartoonimes don't make it past one or two seasons. I know I've seen shows that started off great for the first one or two seasons but after that something just all the sudden goes missing, usually it's the animation, the story, or even sometimes the voice acting that tends to go south.
Gen-X'ers and older Gen-Y's grew up in the 1980s, when comic book series cartoons like "The X-Men," "Justice League," "Captain America," "Teen Titans," "Spider-Man," "Batman," "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" and "The Transformers." As these kids aged, they became adults in their 20s and 30s, creating comic book movie blockbusters to keep the legacy going. The next generation of younger Gen-Y's would look to Japan and China for their comic book series. They grew up with "Dragonball Z," "Pokemon" and "Sailor Moon." Anime comics came to America with surprising fervor and it's not likely to dissipate anytime soon.
Speaking of trading, anime trading cards make great gifts for kids and teenagers. What is nice about this anime gift idea is the affordability. Depending on the collectable purchased, anime merchandise can get quite costly. For gift giving purposes, many find trading cards affordable.
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