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Why is old anime so terrible? The voice acting in dub and sub is absolutely atrocious, the characters are cheesy and the humor is cringe worthy. Any action is just terrible and horrifically unrealistic. The sound is shit. And a lot of characters are just plain ugly. How did this survive as a medium to get to our glorious current generation?

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>>101835663
Define old
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>>101835663
Try watching some well-made shows instead?
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>>101835767
Anime so old people who started watching now wouldn't watch.
e.g. eva.
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>>101835767
More than 15 years
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>>101835663
How old are we talking, OP?
1960's? 'Cause if you mean anything after the 80's you're fucking retarded.
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>>101835767
start of anime to 1990s
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Agreed. Kyonani makes good stories AND does everything else well. Cute characters too.
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>>101835855
He's right, too.
Anime older than 20 years are basically a terrible insult to current series.
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>>101835929
That's not true, they only care about fujoshit now, and it's gradually becoming more and more blatant.
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>>101835663
>can't enjoy a classic
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>>101835663

>HEY EVERYBODY, LOOK AT HOW SHIT MY TASTE IS
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>>101835663
>our glorious current generation
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>>101835663
>that terrible naruto filler
why did you have to remind me
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>>101835663
That would rule out some of the greatest anime of all time



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