If you haven’t read it you better read it because we are always pouring our hard work blood, sweat and tears so that you guys can know what is one in a million!
In terms of broad decision making, I think I’d really prefer the fan vote option over the more isolated academy/committee/juror thing . This better reflects which entries became fashion trendsetters across audiences.
In the meantime, not to be too partial, but a best-of-the-best list like ours has a lot more stuff I like to see in a personalized shot. Basically, just tell me what’s your personal favorite time of year.
I agree it’s a lot of fun celebrating with your fans, but we’re not going to fill up the entire venue just to tell everyone I think they should be paying attention , what about people outside our circle? Not everyone who watches anime is “plugged in” like we are. Awards are also a way to reach a wider audience, and maybe that’s part of why just having confirmation bias isn’t that interesting to me.
This is a fair point. Anime has penetrated the mainstream enough that many people know about, and may have even seen, things like , , and . However, for all our jokes about #BOCCHISWEEP, there are a lot of people who watch and love these shows who still don’t know what a Bocchi is.
So, the most famous streaming service in Crunchyroll from a glitzy stage at least Broadcasting to give nominal attention to something like Birdie Wing could be a meaningful endeavor.
Even though the broadcast in question in this case is a Japan-centric event, its live broadcast occurs in the early hours of the morning in the Americas region of the world.
Encouraging people to participate or hype doesn’t seem like a good idea, but it might be better for actual industry people if they can claim the award in person . It’s a weird middle point where I don’t feel like the CR Awards have received enough recognition or input from the industry to be considered an authority on anime as a technical craft, but I also don’t feel like there’s enough reward or votership as judges. Even when I vote, I feel overwhelmed because I’m not interested in nominating, it’s a whole “another process”.
I’ve heard people who have attended Crunchyroll award shows in the past say this It was a fun night, at least. As a enjoyer of social situations, I can see it. But the whole “show” definitely feels like it: a show with authority and importance, maybe more to the investors and production committee Crunchyroll
Fans who are engaged now are more likely to benefit from existing knowledge.
Either way, we don’t have to wait for a bunch of suits to hit the stage to let people know how cool anime is. Break the silence and make your voice heard! Speak up for the things you want to be appreciated for. Tell us about your own anime nomination and why. Comment what you think of our new column format, and don’t forget to show love to the best people in your life every day!
It’s nice to see media recognition, something like an Oscar can be evaluated to include more regular anime nominations. Still the only anime film to win the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature, and that was in 640! Definitely deserves a nod here if I have more hits here because it can’t be anymore The franchise features more than Shrek spin-off sequels. I’d personally wear the hat for more people to see, I’m always happy to see what’s in front of the unlikely eyeball, like when it’s endured Standard Channel Not long ago. As some might complain, it’s pretty neat to see people who don’t usually keep up with anime by seasons talking about it, and if we continue to celebrate the best things about anime, we can see more of these everyday, rather Not just one big thing.
Until then, even if you’re not at the big celebration yourself, there’s no denying that seeing major anime fans and others discussing it can be a fun conversation starter. The possibilities are mind-blowing: if paired with cyberpunk360
to bring home gold on the biggest night in the business, maybe there is hope for all of us.
Maybe they should call the so-called upcoming re-release of the game Anime of the Year.