Why are majority of anime fans so entitled? More than any other media I've noticed that when something happens in a show that they don't like (nothing technically bad, like bad writing or bad pacing or whatever) they get so buttmad and dismiss that aspect of the show.
Anime is the only thing they can feel entitled about. We are the scum of normal society.
but sensei that's stupid
you are being fairly vague, gonna have to be more specific
I suppose you have no idea how much of an idiot you look like saying that.
Code Geass: Everyone's weird hatred for Suzaku even though he made the show more exciting and added a lot to it. The Show is somehow weaker because of him?
School Days: Main character is addicted to sex, kind of a scumbag. Show is shit because of that?
Shinsekai Yori: Has bisexual people: Bad because of that?
Shiki: Vampire leader survives with her lolicon monk. Series ruined because of that?
I could go one but you get my point. None of this is bad in any technical way, sure you might not like some of these things personally but that does not in any way make the show bad.
But they were bisexual in the SSY novel too so why the fuck are people complaining?
What, you haven't been paying attention? People have been complaining about this since that episode aired.
>entitled has spread outside of videogames.
Fuck this gay Earth.
>drawing single points from series which had laundry lists of problems
Do we really need this "be nice to everyone" bullshit on /a/? Go back to /co/
I thought Makoto being a scumbag was kind of the point
Please bring that word back to /v/. It only leads to bad things.
This isn't /co/ or /v/, if you don't like it leave.
Lurk more Anyway
People here are actually entitled though. On /v/ everyone is just shitting in each other's mouths while also generating more shit out of thin air 24/7.
That's not the point is it? The examples themselves don't matter as much as the fact that this stuff even fucking happens and it happens with pretty much every show? It's like we're little kids who can't handle stuff we don't like. I was a little shit when Kill Bill came out and the only reason I didn't like that movie was because the main character was female? And this stuff is still happening with weeaboos even though I assume we're all way past 10 years old.
Yup. I see exactly what you mean.
Death Note: People hated it after L died. What, you think that just because your favorite character died, the show becomes useless? Were you watching it solely for this character? Then I'm sorry but you have a very childish notion of fiction.
Kokoro Connect: Because of some bullying that happened involving the show's personnel (and not within the story of the show), people somehow thought it was a bad show.
Log Horizon: Some people actually hate this show just because it shares a very, very superficial resemblance to SAO. They automatically assume it's a complete ripoff without giving it a chance.
I guess those so-called "anime fans" are entitled to idiocy as well as any other normal person. There should be nothing special there.
>Why are majority of film fans so entitled? More than any other media I've noticed that when something happens in a show that they don't like (nothing technically bad, like bad writing or bad pacing or whatever) they get so buttmad and dismiss that aspect of the show.
See? I can do it too.
>why do bad things make something unenjoyable?
>wimmen affect muh euphoria
go home /v/
No you can't. While it's true that this entitlement happens in every form of entertainment it's most prevalent in the anime cirlce.
get your shit together /a/
Those who have problem with it post and rant some shit. Those who don't see those post, have a chuckle and move on. In the first place what is this majority you are talking about?
>why are people critical about things
>why can't we just mindlessly enjoy everything like drones.
Looks like its your first day on 4chan, considering it's not just /a/ that is like this, but the entire site. Go back to your shitty babby forum, or whatever shithole you came from you underaged fuck.
>Code Geass: Everyone's weird hatred for Suzaku even though he made the show more exciting and added a lot to it. The Show is somehow weaker because of him?
He does make the show interesting, but I'd say that reaction is because some people tend to reason that he's an obstacle and thus want to eliminate him. Which is kind of the point of having a rival character to begin with.
>School Days: Main character is addicted to sex, kind of a scumbag. Show is shit because of that?
Because he's a terrible person and boring, yet gets pussy all over the place. People don't react well to that.
>Shiki: Vampire leader survives with her lolicon monk. Series ruined because of that?
For those who felt she deserved death, arguably.
I only watched CG of these, but, anon, it is normal to hate Suzaku.
He is an antagonist to the main character. He is righteous, good, in a way that makes him too perfect. He was willing to die when he was accused of something he didn't do. It's not like people don't want him in the show in a metanarrative way. I guess everybody would agree that as a narrative tool he is a great character.
But a character is not just a narrative tool. Before this, a character is meant to represent a person. You can have good or bad feelings about a fictional person, despite its role in the economy of the plot. This is completely natural, & it has nothing to do with being able to evaluate a show
Well, I wouldn't outright call him the show's antagonist. I acknowledge that you could reasonably argue that he is, though. But there's no doubt that he is the opposing deuteragonist of the show and it's their rivalry that drove a good amount of plot.
Now, Suzaku is hardly the "perfect" person the you think he is. He did not defy his death sentence when he was accused of killing Clovis, but he sort of justified it when he said: "If that is how this world works, then I don't wish to have any attachments to it."
And most importantly, he is openly characterized as a hypocrite who puts on the front of a brave fighter, but in truth, he simply wants to atone for his sins by dying in battle. The order that Lelouch gave him through Geass was a curse for a person like this.
literally all other media is the same
It's not that L was everyone's favourite character being the reason why so many people think it sucks after he dies. It's because the show, which has extremely poor pacing anyway, essentially fell apart when it happened. They rushed in new characters. They rushed to end the series. They left out development they could have given to already existing characters. Poor execution, I think.
No one gives a shit about your buzzwords /v/ermin.
"Entitled" and "entitlement" ceased to mean anything when they were applied to the homeless.
Don't even discuss this shit, just tell him to fuck off.
I'm ok with this. However, my point is that you can dislike a character as the fictional person he represents, while still acknowledging he is benefitting the plot