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So, why authors feel needed to pander otaku?
>The initial design for the protagonist Koremitsu is that he’s a healthy (?) delinquent growing up in a normal family. However, since ‘a delinquent is the second greatest enemy of an otaku’, I changed him to be an unfortunate boy mistaken for a delinquent. Then, I thought, ‘if he’s tall, handsome, he’ll feel like someone who has a good life, and the biggest enemy of an otaku is someone who has the good life’. After trimming and adding a few parts, I have this current Koremitsu.
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>>101029348
since you know the otaku are the core audience who buys stuff and shit
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>>101029422
But why wouldn't they buy something good?
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>>101029348
Seriously, a fucking advice animal? Might as well start your thread off with >le feelio when no good animes are made
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>>101029499
Because they want wish fulfillment, not something good.



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