Best comedy situation in anime

Demon_skeith
Rouge pirate

(02-12-2018, 05:58 PM)KuranKaname Wrote: Isn't that rude to other anime mangakas? How is that allowed don't other anime people sue gintama?


As long as its a playful/respectful reference, the other people most likely won't care. It happens all the time here in USA animations.

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KuranKaname
Rouge pirate

(02-12-2018, 06:03 PM)Demon_skeith Wrote: As long as its a playful/respectful reference, the other people most likely won't care. It happens all the time here in USA animations.

I don't like my favorite anime getting shot down from other gag anime. I think it's enjoyable and harmless as there are no complaints

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MadaraUchiha
Akatsuki

(02-12-2018, 05:58 PM)KuranKaname Wrote: Isn't that rude to other anime mangakas? How is that allowed don't other anime people sue gintama?


Gintama mostly uses self-deprecating humour, and doesn't put down other anime or manga. It does make fun of characters from other anime though. Like Yamcha from DB.

" Justice is subject to dispute; might is easily recognized and is not disputed. So we cannot give might to justice, because might has gainsaid justice, and has declared that it is she herself who is just. And thus, being unable to make what is just strong, we have made what is strong just."
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KuranKaname
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(02-13-2018, 02:45 AM)MadaraUchiha Wrote: Gintama mostly uses self-deprecating humour, and doesn't put down other anime or manga. It does make fun of characters from other anime though. Like Yamcha from DB.

Making fun of anime isn't an insult of sorts? I must be reading too much into nothing but aren't there restrictions for things like that as well?

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MadaraUchiha
Akatsuki

(03-11-2018, 01:38 AM)KuranKaname Wrote: Making fun of anime isn't an insult of sorts? I must be reading too much into nothing but aren't there restrictions for things like that as well?


It is mean spirited, yes, but as I said, Gintama doesn't insult other anime, it insults itself.

" Justice is subject to dispute; might is easily recognized and is not disputed. So we cannot give might to justice, because might has gainsaid justice, and has declared that it is she herself who is just. And thus, being unable to make what is just strong, we have made what is strong just."
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KuranKaname
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(03-11-2018, 02:48 AM)MadaraUchiha Wrote: It is mean spirited, yes, but as I said, Gintama doesn't insult other anime, it insults itself.

Okay. To each their own things to see. Even if it insults it's own show that doesn't explain how it's good to insults other shows as well.

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MadaraUchiha
Akatsuki

(03-18-2018, 07:11 PM)KuranKaname Wrote: Okay. To each their own things to see. Even if it insults it's own show that doesn't explain how it's good to insults other shows as well.


No, it only really rarely insults other shows. It almost always doesn't, like 99%.

" Justice is subject to dispute; might is easily recognized and is not disputed. So we cannot give might to justice, because might has gainsaid justice, and has declared that it is she herself who is just. And thus, being unable to make what is just strong, we have made what is strong just."
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KuranKaname
Rouge pirate

(03-19-2018, 03:16 AM)MadaraUchiha Wrote: No, it only really rarely insults other shows. It almost always doesn't, like 99%.

I watched some randomly and nearly all of them got the insults in it. Even naruto got some insult fest in it

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MadaraUchiha
Akatsuki

(03-19-2018, 12:34 PM)KuranKaname Wrote: I watched some randomly and nearly all of them got the insults in it. Even naruto got some insult fest in it


Oh. Well, I've watched like 138 episodes, and the insults have been minimal, so maybe I wouldn't know.

" Justice is subject to dispute; might is easily recognized and is not disputed. So we cannot give might to justice, because might has gainsaid justice, and has declared that it is she herself who is just. And thus, being unable to make what is just strong, we have made what is strong just."
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