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->''"Anime/KOn'' was the final evolution Creator/KyotoAnimation had set on the path they started. While ''LightNovel/{{Haruhi|Suzumiya}}'' could still be seen as a high school comedy with a sci-fi twist, and ''Anime/LuckyStar'' could be seen as a SliceOfLife high school comedy in the same vein as ''Anime/AzumangaDaioh'', just with a very, very, strong moe element, ''K-On'' wasn't really any of those. It was just... {{Moe}}, and it was the first time people started calling an entire show as such. (...) K-On made moe the biggest thing in anime after its release. It wasn't [[HumongousMecha mecha]], it wasn't action or romance, it was cute girls doing cute things, and it changed the way we look at anime today. K-On wasn't just popular, K-On didn't just cement moe or create some kind of trend. K-On damn near created its own genre. The evolution became a revolution.

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->''"Anime/KOn'' was the final evolution Creator/KyotoAnimation had set on the path they started. While ''LightNovel/{{Haruhi|Suzumiya}}'' could still be seen as a high school comedy with a sci-fi twist, and ''Anime/LuckyStar'' could be seen as a SliceOfLife high school comedy in the same vein as ''Anime/AzumangaDaioh'', ''Manga/AzumangaDaioh'', just with a very, very, strong moe element, ''K-On'' wasn't really any of those. It was just... {{Moe}}, and it was the first time people started calling an entire show as such. (...) K-On made moe the biggest thing in anime after its release. It wasn't [[HumongousMecha mecha]], it wasn't action or romance, it was cute girls doing cute things, and it changed the way we look at anime today. K-On wasn't just popular, K-On didn't just cement moe or create some kind of trend. K-On damn near created its own genre. The evolution became a revolution.


-->-- ''WebVideo/{{Gigguk}}'', "[[https://youtu.be/E1x1RicXFMk The Moe Anime Revolution]]"

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-->-- ''WebVideo/{{Gigguk}}'', "[[https://youtu.be/E1x1RicXFMk The Moe Anime Revolution]]"Revolution]]"
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-->-- ''WebVideo/{{Gigguk}}, "[[https://youtu.be/E1x1RicXFMk The Moe Anime Revolution]]"

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-->-- ''WebVideo/{{Gigguk}}, ''WebVideo/{{Gigguk}}'', "[[https://youtu.be/E1x1RicXFMk The Moe Anime Revolution]]"


->''"Anime/KOn'' was the final evolution Creator/KyotoAnimation had set on the path they started. While ''[[Anime/TheMelancholyOfHaruhiSuzumiya Haruhi]]'' could still be seen as a high school comedy with a sci-fi twist, and ''Anime/LuckyStar'' could be seen as a SliceOfLife high school comedy in the same vein as ''Anime/AzumangaDaioh'', just with a very, very, strong moe element, ''K-On'' wasn't really any of those. It was just... {{Moe}}, and it was the first time people started calling an entire show as such. (...) K-On made moe the biggest thing in anime after its release. It wasn't [[HumongousMecha mecha]], it wasn't action or romance, it was cute girls doing cute things, and it changed the way we look at anime today. K-On wasn't just popular, K-On didn't just cement moe or create some kind of trend. K-On damn near created its own genre. The evolution became a revolution.

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->''"Anime/KOn'' was the final evolution Creator/KyotoAnimation had set on the path they started. While ''[[Anime/TheMelancholyOfHaruhiSuzumiya Haruhi]]'' ''LightNovel/{{Haruhi|Suzumiya}}'' could still be seen as a high school comedy with a sci-fi twist, and ''Anime/LuckyStar'' could be seen as a SliceOfLife high school comedy in the same vein as ''Anime/AzumangaDaioh'', just with a very, very, strong moe element, ''K-On'' wasn't really any of those. It was just... {{Moe}}, and it was the first time people started calling an entire show as such. (...) K-On made moe the biggest thing in anime after its release. It wasn't [[HumongousMecha mecha]], it wasn't action or romance, it was cute girls doing cute things, and it changed the way we look at anime today. K-On wasn't just popular, K-On didn't just cement moe or create some kind of trend. K-On damn near created its own genre. The evolution became a revolution.


''"Anime/KOn'' was the final evolution Creator/KyotoAnimation had set on the path they started. While ''[[Anime/TheMelancholyOfHaruhiSuzumiya Haruhi]]'' could still be seen as a high school comedy with a sci-fi twist, and ''Anime/LuckyStar'' could be seen as a SliceOfLife high school comedy in the same vein as ''Anime/AzumangaDaioh'', just with a very, very, strong moe element, ''K-On'' wasn't really any of those. It was just... {{Moe}}, and it was the first time people started calling an entire show as such. (...) K-On made moe the biggest thing in anime after its release. It wasn't [[HumongousMecha mecha]], it wasn't action or romance, it was cute girls doing cute things, and it changed the way we look at anime today. K-On wasn't just popular, K-On didn't just cement moe or create some kind of trend. K-On damn near created its own genre. The evolution became a revolution.

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''"Anime/KOn'' ->''"Anime/KOn'' was the final evolution Creator/KyotoAnimation had set on the path they started. While ''[[Anime/TheMelancholyOfHaruhiSuzumiya Haruhi]]'' could still be seen as a high school comedy with a sci-fi twist, and ''Anime/LuckyStar'' could be seen as a SliceOfLife high school comedy in the same vein as ''Anime/AzumangaDaioh'', just with a very, very, strong moe element, ''K-On'' wasn't really any of those. It was just... {{Moe}}, and it was the first time people started calling an entire show as such. (...) K-On made moe the biggest thing in anime after its release. It wasn't [[HumongousMecha mecha]], it wasn't action or romance, it was cute girls doing cute things, and it changed the way we look at anime today. K-On wasn't just popular, K-On didn't just cement moe or create some kind of trend. K-On damn near created its own genre. The evolution became a revolution.

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''"Anime/KOn'' was the final evolution Creator/KyotoAnimation had set on the path they started. While ''[[Anime/TheMelancholyOfHaruhiSuzumiya Haruhi]]'' could still be seen as a high school comedy with a sci-fi twist, and ''Anime/LuckyStar'' could be seen as a SliceOfLife high school comedy in the same vein as ''Anime/AzumangaDaioh'', just with a very, very, strong moe element, ''K-On'' wasn't really any of those. It was just... {{Moe}}, and it was the first time people started calling an entire show as such. (...) K-On made moe the biggest thing in anime after its release. It wasn't [[HumongousMecha mecha]], it wasn't action or romance, it was cute girls doing cute things, and it changed the way we look at anime today. K-On wasn't just popular, K-On didn't just cement moe or create some kind of trend. K-On damn near created its own genre. The evolution became a revolution.
-->-- ''WebVideo/{{Gigguk}}, "[[https://youtu.be/E1x1RicXFMk The Moe Anime Revolution]]"

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