What is the most accurate depiction of an American in anime?
Accurate is a strong word there my friend.
inb4 someone posts an image of some obese character
not too accurate but the ton of food is pretty close.
I don't think Japan generally understands the rest of the world or other cultures at all. Whenever someone that isn't Japanese gets involved, they're some sort of outrageously inaccurate stereotype.
I liked Scarecrow by the end, he thought of himself as this spy mastermind that would take down Koko and become rich but instead. He gets used by her in just about every possible circumstance of interaction.
Also I love his scenes with Schokolade
This guy. But seriously, it's really hard to say since even in America there are regions that act like completely different countries. Hell, that even happens within larger STATES hi, California. It's a nebulous and hard to define question.
I mean, that probably has to do with the fact that America is basically an entire fucking continent with vastly different geography and cultures encompassing its entire expanse which most non-Americans seem to have a habit of forgetting/overlooking
Heroman. In America, everyone cuts their grass with scissors.
First episode of Eden of the East was pretty accurate. Didn't even have Engrish. Honest to goodness English voice actors.
It was accurate to the point where I could find where Takizawa's apartment would be.
Granted, nothing's actually there.
I know this isn't anime.
That phone is an armored core?
No, just something that will never be official and publicly available