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As “Geek” Culture Assimilates, “Otaku” Remain Outcasts http://otakuusamagazine.com/Anime/News1/As-Geek-Culture-Assimilates-Otaku-Remain-Outcasts-7080.aspx … my article from December 2015's @otaku_usa is now free online
A 9-Year-Old Reviews Avengers: Age of Ultron http://www.esquire.com/entertainment/movies/a34769/avengers-age-of-ultron-kid-review/ … absolutely tremendous, but so is the top comment: pic.twitter.com/ktQ3KKiIfO
Saw a young girl point to Pacific Rim poster and ask "what's THIS movie?" Her mom said "you don't want to see that. That's science fiction."
Remember the time you spent billions of dollars and displaced thousands to build giant stadiums which you'll never sustain and then you lost
All I'm saying is, don't trust anybody who writes a "Lamest Street Fighter characters" piece and puts a picture of Skullomania as the banner
Come on people. Just admit that you are not pirating comic books as some act of sociopolitical rebellion. You're doing it because it's free.
Attack on Titan succeeds among otaku because the unattainable dream goal is to go the fuck outside (instadeath awaits). Also, NO LOVE STORY.
I'm an engineer, podcaster, and Otaku USA Magazine contributor driven insane from pop culture overload and isolation. It makes me scream a lot with my fingers.
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