how are any of these unpopular1. Every DBZ arc ever made was just a rehash/expansion of an old Astro Boy episode, "The Greatest robot on earth", where Astro must defeat the big bad who roams around killing lesser robots.
2. Funimation VAs are mediocre, and as we've seen hostile to the fans that praise them constantly. I'm currently enduring Tales of Bezeria and I cant tell you how many times VAs over act, under act, break their voice/tone, or use the same voice for an extra.
3. CGI in anime can work when its executed correctly, but it rarely ever is.
4. Older anime like Ashita No Joe, Speed Racer, Astro Boy...most of that stuffs paced better than newer anime and more fun to watch. More action, less in-depth conversations about shoving a crow down a kids throat.
5. Anime has always had some western influences to it, the earliest heavily merchandised manga was mostly just Felix the Cat, but as a dog that goes to war with China, its also a very early case of the big eye thing.
r/PropagandaPosters - Norakuro, by Suiho Tagawa, a children's' comic about a stray dog who joins the Japanese army(also depicted as dogs) to fight the Chinese(who were all pigs). 1930s.106 votes and 13 comments so far on Redditwww.reddit.com