>>180488052>Appeal to popularity is a logical fallacy.
not even popularity, a niche doesn't need to big for it to be legitimate.
when Rock and Roll first came onto the scene the vast majority of people hated it, it was a cultural blight for sinful youth. whether it was technically good music, or if people think it's bad, none of that matters when you're talking about art and culture.>Plenty of people find Superman boring. And overpowered characters who can overwhelm any opposition aren't very interesting.
you missed the point. a classical trained musician could write an essay on why jazz music is terrible, and he'd be correct on all his points. but if you personally enjoy jazz music, (or whatever genre you substitute), none of that logic and reasoning matters.>It's way harder to maintain suspension of disbelief
completely subjective. >you can simply view it as a universe with different natural laws that govern things like magic.
what the hell, that's no less ridiculous>Whereas most isekai authors just take the entire generic fantasy setting that Narou isekai and using it.
also missing the point. you're specific allegation that author's shouldn't rely on existing fiction for whatever reason is retarded