Where's the anime? The only anime I see in the Cartoon Thread is in the OP embed.
Doesn't look like that was at all written, directed, or animated in Japan so it's a cartoon no matter how you look at it. /jp/ is for Japanese discussion and media, which this is not. Even if you regard it as anime based on what style the animators were attempting to replicate, it's a visual work to an American English album, so there's still reason to keep it outside of /jp/. Music videos thread on /music/ maybe?
>A thread for those who enjoy and wish to discuss animation and animation related stuff from places that aren't Japan.
it says nothing about anime styled cartoons, check your reading comprehension skills
it is labled as anime, looks like anime, and is called both in the post and in the video as anime.
I am not looking up the production imdb of something that is labeled as anime, looks like anime, and is called anime.
It doesn't belong in the thread.
>>59998>it is labled as anime, looks like anime, and is called both
but, it's not made in japan, op specified that you can post anything not made in japan, it belongs in the thread
You say that but there is no indication of that in that post.
Again, it is anime, in Japaneses style, involving Japaneses culture, and labeled as anime.
It doesn't belong in the cartoon
the OP doesn’t say you can’t post anime, he only says stuff not made in japan, it’s your made up interpretation vs text that is plainly there
>>60000>indication of that in that post.
The look beyond the post. Look at the media embedded within.>>59998>I am not looking up the production imdb of something that is labeled as anime
You refusing to go the the webpage that proves you wrong doesn't grant any power to your arguments. It's labeled as anime by a person or institution that has no say in whether or not what they make actually is anime. Would Panty And Stocking With Garterbelt be allowed in the thread because it looks like a cartoon but is technically an anime? Or does the "style overpowers the technicality" rule only apply one way, when it's to get something you don't like canned from the thread?
Thread is clearly labeled cartoon thread.
What (you) posted is clearly labeled as anime.
Look up the definition of anime
It doesn't belong in the thread.
Disallowed in /hob/ thread: Anime
(Anime = Japanese animation.)
Is that video anime
(Is that video Japanese animation
: American studio, talent, music
Japanese involvement: Nonethat video
is not Japanese animation[that video
is not Anime
is allowed in /hob/ thread
>(you)>it's another "all people who disagree with me are the same person who just wants attention" believer
An animated work originated in Japan, regardless of the artistic style.
Saying something is anime is quite literally saying it is from japan.
Which is explicitly what the thread isn't about.
>>60004>label something as anime>then claim it's not anime
it doesn't belong in the thread and is just posted in the cartoon thread to be disruptive.
It serves no other purpose and furthers no discussion.
so by that definition the content is not anime because it isn't from japan, there is no way you can twist words to win here
>>60005>Saying something is anime is quite literally saying it is from japan.
But if you checked the information of that animation like you refuse to do, you'd see it WAS NOT from Japan. Them calling their own work anime is wrong. Again, if they can claim it's an anime when it's not and as a result disqualify themselves from being in that thread, then can a Japanese animation studio qualify to be in that thread by claiming something they made is NOT anime despite that definition? I'd like to know if your logic goes both ways in this issue.
You keep saying that yet
From the post> Ultra-Violent Anime Madness | Netflix Anime
So from the text in the post it is saying it's anime.
Maybe on in the youtube link it will explain how it isn't anime
Sound and Fury kicks off with a bang with an assault on a monastery that evokes the ultra-violent anime of the '80s.
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Sturgill Simpson Presents Sound & Fury | Clip: Ultra-Violent Anime Madness | Netflix Anime
In this anime visual album, a mysterious driver heads deep into a postapocalyptic hellscape toward a ferocious showdown with two monstrous opponents.
Nope, It doesn't say anything anywhere at all about it not being anime. Infact it say several places that it's anime, is put with their other anime, etc.
So every indication and all information I see that can be obtained from that post and that video page indicate that it's anime.
Thus it doesn't belong in the cartoon thread.
You have actually presented nothing what so ever to substantiate your claim that it isn't anime and thus belongs in a cartoon thread.
Nothing in the post, nothing from the video, nothing from the video description validates your argument. Every single one of those things calls the video in question anime.
You say that yet the video it's self claims to be anime, which going by the definition means the video, the poster of the video, and the description of the video all say it's Japanese/anime.
Thus it doesn't belong in the cartoon thread.
Looked into even more detail.
The production company that made this was
>Kamikaze Douga Co., Ltd. (神風動画 Kamikaze Dōga) is a Japanese animation company known for its production of animated shorts.
The same company that did the openings to the JoJo anime.
Are you fucking kidding me with this shit?
Y'all trolls. It is 100% anime by every standard as it was literally made by a Japanies production company.
It was actually animated in japan by a japanies production company called Kamikaze Douga.
avatar the last airbender was animated in korea does that mean it is not western
We made you research an anime. We win.
With that out of the way the mod should delete it from the cartoon thread.
but its not japanese, it's country rock from america
Dude, shut up.
It's anime. There is a whole board for anime.
It doesn't belong in the cartoon thread. >animation related stuff from places that aren't Japan.
It's animation from japan.
The game is over.
there is no argument.
all that is left is for the anime to be deleted from the cartoon thread.
it is a western anime-styled cartoon created by an american country rock artist
It's a anime styled anime created by Japaneses people in a Japaneses company located in japan.
written and directed by a western country rock artist
This is why cartoon should go on /b/ and only on /b/ they are against rule 5.
Also the thread is not about cartoons is about Animation in general.
Animation that isn't from Japan.
The post being complained about that is breaking the rules for being off topic is from Japan.
It literally says in the OP of the thread any animation that isn't from Japan.
There is a whole board for animation from japan.
There is no reason to post anime in the lone thread that is about nonjapanese animation on the whole website.
that's what he gets for using the word "animation", it was commissioned by Americans.
Animation>from places that aren't Japan
The anime posted is literally from Japan.
It doesn't belong in the thread. There is no gotcha that makes it fit within the thread no matter how pedantic or semantic you try to get.
Where do you draw the line? What if it isn't from Japan but the story is written by japanese people? What if the animators are korean?
I am not entertaining hypotheticals so you can troll the thread.
The video in question is from japan. It explicitly doesn't belong.
That is the only argument that matters. I have no tolerance for you to try and find edge cases to spam the thread with.
Anime is a type of cartoon. Seems like the only troll here is you.
According to leading anime databases (AniDB, MyAnimeList, Anilist, ANN encyclopedia) works outsourced to Japan and made without sufficient creative input are not anime. MAL constantly denies and deletes entries that don't meet the criteria. However, https://myanimelist.net/anime/40480/Sound___Fury
. MAL has it, directors and studio seem to be Japanese. It's anime which shouldn't be in the thread.
race does not exist.