What the fuck happened in 2010?
>2009 was five years ago
2008/2009 - recession just hit, studios had been working on their projects long before it hurt so nothing bad happened...yet
2010 - industry is fucked by the recession, loads of studios go bankrupt and shutdown
2011 - the industry begins to heal
>the industry begins to heal
What happened in 2006?
>2010 was 4 years ago
>2008 was 6 years ago
It's the best time to like anime.
Haruhi/Code Geass/Death Note saved the industry.
Urobuchi healed the industry with Madoka.
>2009 was 25 years ago
But those are only three titles.
>influencing the industry
>But those are only three titles.
and they were massive hits
Shows are planned months in advance to air date, so how did 3 shows that were released in 2006 influence a shit ton more of shows that very same year?
But the popularity of those shows is unrelated to the amount of shows made that year.
Right on brother! Madoka is the greatest anime to grace japan and our lives today. Mark my words, it will be the most influential anime of all time. Screen capture and put me in the archive. Seriously, name me 5 anime that NGE influenced? I'll give you a minute. That's right you can't!
Now here are the anime inspired by Madoka:
- Hokago no Pleiades
- Koike's mahou shojo manga
- Vividred Operation
- New Sailor Moon anime
- Prism Nana
- Il Sole Penetra le Illusioni
- Little Witch Academia
- Majocco Shimai no Yoyo to Nene
- Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA
- Fantasista Doll
- Earth Maiden Arjuna
Thus Madoka is more influential that Evangelion. And this list will surely grow over time.
>The gap between the sales of successful and failed titles are increasingly large. In 2008, the sales of some successful titles were more than 100,000 copies per volume but the failed titles were sold only a few thousands or less. The anime producers regretted that they had been blinded by the competition and had released excessive number of titles. The number of titles to be aired this spring will be decreased by 30% compared to the last year.
>Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA
ya blew it
10/10 This is one solid post.
K-On and Bakemonogatari happened
I've been meaning to con someone into listing some magical girl anime for a while. Thanks.
Remeber people: quantity > quality.
>That influx of LN adaptations since 2006
Fuck you Haruhi.
>all those shitty LNs like Mahou Sensou getting adapted now
>100,000 copies per volume
>- Prism Nana
I completely forgot this existed
>all those adaptations of on-going LNs with open endings
dont forget to buy BDs
and the new vol of the LN after the anime ends
What's with the steady increase in Book based anime?
Light novel boom after Haruhi.
What happened on September 2, 1945?
Hokago no Pleiades came out before Madoka.
Anime was born
Oricon numbers tend to fall short of distributer sales/ship numbers (50%~70%):
This is not a claim against Oricon per say, but rather something true for any industry-wide statistics:
>BookScan generally claims to represent between 70% and 75% of sales in the industry (Wal-Mart and some of the supermarket chains are among those who decline to report.) But a comparison with in-print figures supplied by publishers reveals that the numbers are more likely to represent about 65%, even after deducting for unsold books and returns.
What are you talking about, anon? 2010 was last year.
Hitler & friends lost the war.