Gen-X’ers and previous Gen-Y’s grew up in the 1980s, when comics from e-book series such as “The X Men”, “Justice League”, “Captain America”, “Teen Titans”, ” Spider Man. “Batman”, “Ninja Turtles” & even “The Transformers”. As these children aged, they became adults in their 20s and 30s, producing comic book box office hits to maintain the legacy. The other generation of young Gen-Y would appear in China and Japan for their comic book series. They were raised with “Dragonball Z”, “Pokemon” and “Sailor Moon”. Anime comics came to the United States with surprising fervor and are unlikely to dissipate in the near future.
DC and Marvel Comic fans sometimes see anime fans as the ultimate nerds, the plot lines as “cheesy” and also the characters as “dumb” or maybe “annoying”. Older Americans often scratch their heads and say, “Why are anime comics so popular with modern youth?” America as large untapped market segments. The task was to rework their material into exportable articles with English subtitles and dubbing.
They cultivated enthusiasm with many different items, with movies like “Ghost in the Shell” or perhaps cartoon series and “akira” like “Dragonball Z”, “Pokemon” and “Sailor Moon”. The simple business model was to keep costs minimal, try some of the things, and find out what works. When their efforts showed great achievement, merchandise, manga comics, and graphic novels also created their media. It was the fundamental financial edict of demand and supply. Try to give fans what they really want in each capacity, such as figures, DVDs, manga comics, t-shirts, backpacks, costumes, comic series, and downloads.
Also, communications in sex comics achieve today’s youth in a quality that traditional DC or even Marvel comics omitted. The anime focuses much more on emotions, relational battles, introspection, bold private missions, and the hero’s journey; more in a surreal and sensational environment. Unlike children’s cartoons, anime figures will expire and complex interactions will form. Nothing is prohibited in the anime community, not even violence or sex.
People face serious concepts and provoke to consider the meaning of life. In a way, it’s the softest, most mental side of Marvel, combined with the sensational and omniscient attributes of a DC superhero – the best of both worlds. For any male follower, certain manga comics are designed to showcase sexier heroines: some in their shy schoolgirl female uniforms, others with much more westernized curves and / or futuristic dress. Even for female fans, the plot is based on soap opera style stories of like, desire, and character development. In reality, women make up fifty percent of those attending anime comic events.