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29th Apr '16 10:33:00 AM Willbyr
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* Fans of ''Manga/LuckyStar'', ''Manga/AzumangaDaioh'', ''Manga/HidamariSketch'', and ''Manga/KOn'' have been known to be bitter toward each other as they're all comedic SliceOfLife series based around young girls. Occasionally ''Manga/IchigoMashimaro'' gets added to the mix.

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* Fans of ''Manga/LuckyStar'', ''Manga/AzumangaDaioh'', ''Manga/HidamariSketch'', and ''Manga/KOn'' have been known to be bitter toward each other as they're all comedic SliceOfLife series based around young girls. Occasionally ''Manga/IchigoMashimaro'' ''Manga/StrawberryMarshmallow'' gets added to the mix.
28th Apr '16 7:44:33 AM DivineFlame100
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* Related to the above example of anime generations, there's been a lot of scrutiny as of late regarding the {{Moe}} genre which further divided anime fans into two groups: pro-Moe and anti-Moe, at least outside of Japan. The latter group simply hates Moe because they think that it is over-saturated to the point where it is killing the anime industry as a whole, and that Moe has been the dominant genre in Japan for over [[TheNineties three]] [[TurnOfTheMillennium consecutive]] [[TheNewTens generations]] and is long overdue for a change. Sometimes outright demanding that anime should go back to its pre-1990s routes or follow the examples of more recent shounen works like ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'' and ''Manga/OnePunchMan''. The former group however will call out the latter group saying that the hate is really uncalled for, and that Moe has been really successful in helping to shape the anime industry into one of Japan's economic backbones. Therefore, they tend to be more passive and say that it really depends on personal preference and is not worth making a big deal out of it. Whether or not this Moe scuffle will reach a consensus between the two groups is a matter of debate, but it can be agreed upon that Moe has had a prominent role in the anime industry regardless of the love-hate relationship.

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* Related to the above example of anime generations, there's been a lot of scrutiny as of late regarding the {{Moe}} genre which further divided anime fans into two groups: pro-Moe and anti-Moe, at least outside of Japan. The latter group simply hates Moe because they think that it is over-saturated to the point where it is killing the anime industry as a whole, and that Moe has been the dominant genre in Japan for over [[TheNineties three]] [[TurnOfTheMillennium consecutive]] [[TheNewTens generations]] and is long overdue for a change. Sometimes outright demanding that anime should go back to its pre-1990s routes or follow the examples of more recent shounen works like ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'' and ''Manga/OnePunchMan''. The former group however will call out the latter group saying that the hate is really uncalled for, and that Moe has been really successful influential in helping to shape the anime industry into one of Japan's economic backbones. Therefore, they tend to be more passive and say that it really depends on personal preference of whether or not you like Moe and is not worth making a big deal out of it. Whether or not this Moe scuffle will ever reach a consensus between the two groups is a matter of debate, but it can be agreed upon that Moe has had a prominent role in the anime industry regardless of the love-hate relationship.
26th Apr '16 1:15:50 PM DivineFlame100
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* Related to the above example of anime generations, there's been a lot of scrutiny as of late regarding the {{Moe}} genre which further divided anime fans into two groups: pro-Moe and anti-Moe, at least outside of Japan. The latter group simply hates Moe because they think that it is over-saturated to the point that it is killing the anime industry as a whole, and that Moe has been the dominant genre in Japan for over [[TheNineties three]] [[TurnOfTheMillennium consecutive]] [[TheNewTens generations]] and is long overdue for a change. Sometimes outright demanding that anime should go back to its pre-1990s routes or follow the examples of more recent shounen works like ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'' and ''Manga/OnePunchMan''. The former group however will call out the latter group saying that the hate is really uncalled for, and that Moe has been really successful in helping to shape the anime industry into one of Japan's economic backbones. Therefore, they tend to be more passive and say that it really depends on personal preference and is not worth making a big deal out of it. Whether or not this Moe scuffle will reach a consensus between the two groups is a matter of debate, but it can be agreed upon that Moe has had a prominent role in the anime industry regardless of the love-hate relationship.

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* Related to the above example of anime generations, there's been a lot of scrutiny as of late regarding the {{Moe}} genre which further divided anime fans into two groups: pro-Moe and anti-Moe, at least outside of Japan. The latter group simply hates Moe because they think that it is over-saturated to the point that where it is killing the anime industry as a whole, and that Moe has been the dominant genre in Japan for over [[TheNineties three]] [[TurnOfTheMillennium consecutive]] [[TheNewTens generations]] and is long overdue for a change. Sometimes outright demanding that anime should go back to its pre-1990s routes or follow the examples of more recent shounen works like ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'' and ''Manga/OnePunchMan''. The former group however will call out the latter group saying that the hate is really uncalled for, and that Moe has been really successful in helping to shape the anime industry into one of Japan's economic backbones. Therefore, they tend to be more passive and say that it really depends on personal preference and is not worth making a big deal out of it. Whether or not this Moe scuffle will reach a consensus between the two groups is a matter of debate, but it can be agreed upon that Moe has had a prominent role in the anime industry regardless of the love-hate relationship.
26th Apr '16 1:05:24 PM DivineFlame100
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* Related to the above example of anime generations, there's been a lot of scrutiny as of late regarding the {{Moe}} genre which further divided anime fans into two groups: pro-Moe and anti-Moe, at least outside of Japan. The latter group simply hates Moe over the fact that it is over-saturated to the point where they think that it is killing the anime industry as a whole, and that Moe has been the dominant genre in Japan for over [[TheNineties three]] [[TurnOfTheMillennium consecutive]] [[TheNewTens generations]]. Sometimes outright demanding that anime should go back to its pre-1990s routes or follow the examples of more recent shounen works like ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'' and ''Manga/OnePunchMan''. The former group however will call out the latter group saying that the hate is really uncalled for, and that Moe has been really successful in helping to shape the anime industry into one of Japan's economic backbones. Whether or not this Moe scuffle will reach a consensus between the two groups is a matter of debate, but it can be agreed upon that Moe has had a prominent role in the anime industry regardless of the love-hate relationship.

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* Related to the above example of anime generations, there's been a lot of scrutiny as of late regarding the {{Moe}} genre which further divided anime fans into two groups: pro-Moe and anti-Moe, at least outside of Japan. The latter group simply hates Moe over the fact because they think that it is over-saturated to the point where they think that it is killing the anime industry as a whole, and that Moe has been the dominant genre in Japan for over [[TheNineties three]] [[TurnOfTheMillennium consecutive]] [[TheNewTens generations]].generations]] and is long overdue for a change. Sometimes outright demanding that anime should go back to its pre-1990s routes or follow the examples of more recent shounen works like ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'' and ''Manga/OnePunchMan''. The former group however will call out the latter group saying that the hate is really uncalled for, and that Moe has been really successful in helping to shape the anime industry into one of Japan's economic backbones. Therefore, they tend to be more passive and say that it really depends on personal preference and is not worth making a big deal out of it. Whether or not this Moe scuffle will reach a consensus between the two groups is a matter of debate, but it can be agreed upon that Moe has had a prominent role in the anime industry regardless of the love-hate relationship.
26th Apr '16 12:51:17 PM DivineFlame100
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* Related to the above example of anime generations, there's been a lot of scrutiny as of late regarding the {{Moe}} genre which further divided anime fans into two groups: pro-Moe and anti-Moe, at least outside of Japan. The latter group simply hates Moe over the fact that it is over-saturated to the point where they think that it is killing the anime industry as a whole, and that Moe has been the dominant genre in Japan for over [[TheNinties three]] [[TurnOfTheMillennium consecutive]] [[TheNewTens generations]]. Sometimes outright demanding that anime should go back to its pre-1990s routes or follow the examples of more recent shounen works like ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'' and ''Manga/OnePunchMan''. The former group however will call out the latter group saying that the hate is really uncalled for, and that Moe has been really successful in helping to shape the anime industry into one of Japan's economic backbones.

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* Related to the above example of anime generations, there's been a lot of scrutiny as of late regarding the {{Moe}} genre which further divided anime fans into two groups: pro-Moe and anti-Moe, at least outside of Japan. The latter group simply hates Moe over the fact that it is over-saturated to the point where they think that it is killing the anime industry as a whole, and that Moe has been the dominant genre in Japan for over [[TheNinties [[TheNineties three]] [[TurnOfTheMillennium consecutive]] [[TheNewTens generations]]. Sometimes outright demanding that anime should go back to its pre-1990s routes or follow the examples of more recent shounen works like ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'' and ''Manga/OnePunchMan''. The former group however will call out the latter group saying that the hate is really uncalled for, and that Moe has been really successful in helping to shape the anime industry into one of Japan's economic backbones. Whether or not this Moe scuffle will reach a consensus between the two groups is a matter of debate, but it can be agreed upon that Moe has had a prominent role in the anime industry regardless of the love-hate relationship.
26th Apr '16 12:40:19 PM DivineFlame100
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* Related to the above example of anime generations, there's been a lot of scrutiny as of late regarding the {{Moe}} genre which further divided anime fans into two groups: pro-Moe and anti-Moe, at least outside of Japan. The latter group simply hates Moe over the fact that it is over-saturated to the point where they think that it is killing the anime industry as a whole, and that Moe has been the dominant genre in Japan for over [[TheNinties three]] [[TurnOfTheMillennium consecutive]] [[TheNewTens generations]]. Sometimes outright demanding that anime should go back to its pre-1990s routes or follow the examples of more recent shounen works like ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'' and ''Manga/OnePunchMan''. The former group however will call out the latter group saying that the hate is really uncalled for, and that Moe has been really successful in helping to shape the anime industry into one of Japan's economic backbones.
23rd Apr '16 2:38:15 PM Laevatein
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* Then there's the idol anime war, which is ''Anime/TheIdolmaster'' vs. ''Anime/LoveLive'' vs. ''VideoGame/{{Aikatsu}}'' vs. ''VideoGame/PriPara''.

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* Then there's the idol anime war, which is ''Anime/TheIdolmaster'' vs. ''Anime/LoveLive'' vs. ''VideoGame/{{Aikatsu}}'' vs. ''VideoGame/PriPara''. This plays into what Viga of ''WebVideo/IdolsOfAnime'' calls the "Idol [[UsefulNotes/SengokuPeriod Sengoku Jidai]]" of the 2010s, with spillover rivalries between real life idol groups (MorningMusume, {{AKB48}}, MomoiroCloverZ, etc) and anime idol groups.
23rd Apr '16 11:04:53 AM mimitchi33
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* Then there's the idol anime war, which is ''Anime/TheIdolmaster'' vs. ''Anime/LoveLive'' vs. ''VideoGame/{{Aikatsu}}'' vs. ''VideoGame/PriPara''.


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* Some fans of ''Film/TheBreakfastClub'' have a beef with those of ''Film/BackToTheFuture'' for AwardSnub reasons: during the 1986 Academy Awards, Back To The Future was nominated for awards that Breakfast Club should have been nominated for (the most notable being Best Song).
19th Apr '16 11:03:52 AM Willbyr
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->''"We take the last steps to war!\\
'Cause our movie's better than yours!"''
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-->-- ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'', "Nerds of a Feather"

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19th Apr '16 10:16:49 AM Willbyr
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