When it comes to animation studios, very often many fans emphasize the negative aspects of a particular series rather than the positive elements and have been at the center of this criticism in recent years Deen study, which deals with the animated implementation of Seven deadly sins

Of course, there are animation studios that make products that are on the verge of sufficiency, if not worse Studio Deen has been in business for more than 40 years, its popularity has fallen sharply, what is the cause of this change? The most recent work that had a negative impact on the community was the third season of The Seven Deadly Sinscharacterized by poor quality animation.

It should also be taken into account that Deen entrusted Much of the animation works in a different studio, Marvy Jack, shows that he paid little attention to the results obtained. There are several moments during season three when it is obvious poor quality controlespecially when you think about the conflict between Meliodas and Escanor. However, this wasn't the studio's only mistake.

Many of you will remember the first original series of Fate / Stay Night, released in 2006, is considered the worst franchise for numerous scenes shot with little care and again the third season of Kenshin Samurai Vagabondo, which, despite the decent bottom line, appeared to be inferior to Studio Gallop's first two.

Although in particular these works along with the Pupa series, Studio Deen, which are probably the most hated due to a ridiculous plot and poor animated rendering was able to attract a lot of viewers thanks to Ranma 1/2and the beautiful KonoSuba and Fruits Basket. And what do you think of the quality of Studio Deen's work? Do you have a positive opinion about this? Let us know with a comment below.

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