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I'll preface this answer by admitting that I couldn't find any interviews in which DiC (the company responsible for the original English-language dub) explained why they changed the opening so much. I've nonetheless tried to provide the best explanation possible for why it was done. Was this really the original American/English-language opening/intro to ...


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Something being canon essentially means it's true to the official storyline. A good example of this would be when talking about fanfiction - if a fanfiction has two people dating in it, it would be canon if those two characters are actually dating in the storyline of whatever the fan-made work is based on. It would be non-canon if that's not true. This isn't ...


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what appears to be the English/American version of the intro. I almost wonder if this can really be the original intro, or if it's consistently mislabeled, and this is for season three or something instead? The links you supplied are for the Canadian Sailor Moon opening animation sequence and for the Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon (Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon [『...


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Considering the stance they have on dubbing, Nordic countries are probably the outliers here. This is the Italian intro for comparison, which is pretty similar in techniques (though I always found it rather tasteful tbh): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zZTlN3YkCuc People 20-30 years ago were far way less used to "diversity" (I can think to how ...


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Unlikely. Probably not the answer you're looking for but I also haven't watched every single historic feudal Japan anime so I can not definitely say for certain it doesn't exist. Authors and script writers write for a modern audience who understand best a modern, living language. So it's rather unlikely that the majority of a work be entirely or heavily in ...


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On the surface level, it is simply a straightforward combination of two wish-fulfillment fantasies. As to why the overpowered Isekai trope has become popular, this is a much more complicated question. While it is difficult to give a scientific source for this, a oft-cited reason is the societal disenfranchisement experienced by young Japanese, the ...


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Sazae-san began airing in Japan in October 1969 and holds the Guinness World Record for the longest-running animated television series


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Ergo Proxy: Year set in 7207,It is the only anime that is set in the most far-distant future (Excluding the other Animes). The story takes place in the year 7207 where earth takes more than a thousand years to recover from a Global environmental disaster Land of the lustrous: (Unspecified) The anime is set in a Far, Distant future where the earth is struck ...


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