top 10 weird anime tv shows that will shock you
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When it comes to movie and television entertainment there are two main categories everything falls into – live action and animated. Using real people, animals and objects, live action is probably the most watched and recognized when it comes to blockbuster movies and television series. Think of the X-Men or The Avengers – both live action interpretations of comic book stories. On the other side we have animation. Naturally, most people think of cartoons when they hear the word ‘animation.’ Often incorrectly associated with children’s entertainment, animation can be either hand-drawn, as with the classic Looney Toon cartoons or computer generated as seen with the latest Pixar releases. Yet, even then it’s not straightforward given the various sub-genres of the animated world.
Perhaps one of the most popular animated genres is anime. Originating in Japan, the world was really introduced to the style thanks to the likes of Astro Boy. Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, more followed and the fan base for this distinct type of animation grew. So what makes anime so different from ‘traditional’ Western cartoons? In a nutshell, anime not only has a distinct ‘look,’ but also makes us of significantly different camera techniques and story content. For this reason, anime is not like ‘regular’ cartoons and can even be quite strange to newcomers. In fact, it can get down-right bizarre and creepy at times. As these following examples show, these are not your Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck storylines. From strange monsters to gruesome killing to aspects of, if not prepared, anime can really make viewers stop and question what on earth they are watching.
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TheRichest I own 3 of the seasons to higurashi I own another season I own elfin lied I am corpse party I am season 1 and 2 of Tokyo ghoul I own future diary I own shiki I own all the death note mangas I read all the when they cry mangoes that are on the main story and some of the back stories actually I read all the back stories Now that I think about it I got some of attack on Titan manga us and I got to of the Tokyo ghoul mangas I also forgot to mention I have dragon ball super Volume black goku saga battle of the gods And I forgot to mention I have parasyte volume one And they're all my favorites but Higurashi tops that list So that should pretty much sum up what my favorite anime is
Surealism, horror and vaguely sexualised normal(?) behaviour is what anime does good. Or did good, before western sensibilities influenced the market. These days those things are extremely rare. Everything to please the lowest denominator.
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