How many times have you heard on the internet that you are not a fan of anime if you only know most of the mainstream titles? Probably many times as this is a story that has hit churches around the world for years. But what are the fans thinking about? Dragon Ball, ONE PIECE and the most famous title of this statement?

While a work like Dragon Ball is so curious, just think about the speculations about Goku's speed. The popularity of such series often triggers the hatred of those who instead know a slightly larger part of the titles that belong to the sphere. of Japanese animation. A Twitter user sparked controversy on the web that split fans around the world in two with thousands of comments.

β€œIf your general knowledge of the anime industry is limited to Demon Slayer, Naruto, Inuyasha, Bleach, One Piece, Fate, Dragon Ball Z, Sailor's Moon, Mobile Suit Gundam, Boku no Hero Academia, Yu-Gi-Oh! And Ghost in the shell, then you are not a fan of the industry! Norms stay away from anime! "

After suffering the indignation of much of the public, the user went on with a new comment: "It seems that many idiots did not get the message of this post. What I mean is that if this is the only series you know and no other, then you are a problem. The main reason is the amount of junk articles these people usually write in series that they don't even know about. If you are bothered by my comments, I want you to know that I don't care. You are free to disagree with me and we can even talk about it, but I am drawn to the insults. Additionally, tubers are an internet cancer.""

His tweeting powder keg concluded with one final comment:

""Hello everybody! Good day. I'm here to tell you that the main purpose of this thread is to say that the anime fan community should shut out activists, madmen, and all those who try to get anime, manga, light novels, and visual novels too censor just because they put them a little uncomfortable! "

On the other hand, do you agree with his words or is it too exaggerated an outburst? Does an anime fan really have a label that binds individuals to the number of titles they've seen? Let us know what you think with a comment below.

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One of the best parts of watching anime is how many times a show can surprise you. Sometimes for good, sometimes for bad. But if the Otaku know one thing, it's that anything is possible.

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