2019-08-19 New scrapers are in the progress of development, with promising results on /wsg/. On behalf of all archivers, unless Asagi is replaced, as 4chan grows we are all are in grave danger under the strain of deep software inefficiency and unsustainable costs (like fireden). More details here.
2019-09-02: The old frontend server had its issues fixed by the provider, but we may still want to move to it to our backend server to cut costs and reduce reliance on an increasingly overprovisioned host. We may be able to scrape more boards if funding and more efficient scrapers are provided for expansion. Donations to our site would help in case of image storage failure.
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On October 5th, Dr Stone will air two new episodes. The bonus episode will cover the slot left vacant by Genlock.
One Punch Man S2 will be joining the lineup on October 12th. Timeslot yet to be decided.
Toonami will be running a sendoff marathon for DBS on September 28th. One new episode of Super will air at 11pm, the rest will be reruns. The finale of Super airs the following week.
Demon Slayer will be joining Toonami on October 12th. Timeslot yet to be decided.
Last week was nothing special, good nor bad. This week, despite long standing tolerance, the audience starts to falter on Genlock, with a sharper drop than Super from normal, as well as a spike when Dr Stone starts. Thankfully we only have one more episode of that to get through. Other highlights, Bort lost to his dad and Lupin lost to MHA reruns.
This has been cooking in my head for a while now. As we know, Shrek was such a success that it influenced every not-disney animated movie studio into trying hard to emulate it's same elements for years! All movies became somewhat raunchy family comedies with hidden adult jokes, pop culture references and popular songs playing every two minutes. You can say that 2001 to 2009 was the "Shrek era"
But in 2010, it actually ended, i present you the current step in the evolution of "meh" american entertainment, the "Despicable Me Era" or how i like to call "THE MOM ERA!"
What all the movies in pic related have in common? For once, kids don't talk much about them, but moms LOVE THEM! They buy the merch, they make memes about them, every mom i meet in my work has a "Secret life of Pets" wallpaper! This is the new target demographic "Moms who watch flicks with their kids"
>But why With youtube and videogames growing, studies say that there are less and less kids past 9 years old that still watch cartoons. The big money is on Toddler TV Channels like Discovery Lids, new shows are pumped by the dozens every month in channels like these while Nick and CN (Which are focused on kids above 10 to 15) can't barely afford to produce more than seven shows at the same time. But here's the thing: Toddlers can watch ANYTHING and still like it, they have no standards. So what movies should really focus to attract extra tickets? Appealing to moms! Moms decide what their kids will watch when they go to the theaters, and since they are too young to be left alone, they will watch it with them.