The New Anime That Has Fans Complaining About Animation Quality

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Another season of anime! Another season of fans pointing out animation problems. This time it’s My Sister, My Writer.

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So far, the show is two episodes in and regardless if you are enjoying the story or the characters, it seems rife with animation issues.

Which will, no doubt, be smoothed out with the animators are out from their grueling work schedule and have time to do a sleek Blu-ray release.

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In the meantime, some are already calling My Sister, My Writer this year’s production disaster! Here are some unfortunate screenshots from 2ch.

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And how the art stacks up to the source material.

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Yikes! Twitter users have also been pointing out the show’s animation issues.

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Originally from Texas, Ashcraft has called Osaka home since 2001. He has authored six books, including most recently, The Japanese Sake Bible.

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DISCUSSION

How do you realistically solve this problem though? How do they expect animators to deliver ‘quality’ when they’re constantly on the short end of the stick? I take it unionization would just be a pipe dream for them.

It almost feels like the anime industry really needs to ‘crash’ in order to rebirth itself into something more reasonable.