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--- Quote from: Strygon on November 30, 2020, 04:36:12 am ---Anime.

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That's not an excuse. Have you ever heard of Jojo's Bizarre Adventure? The first two protagonists are British. There is not a Japanese protagonist until part 3, and he is half Japanese. Some of his allies are a French man and a black Arabic man. The villain is also British.

Lupin III is French.

Spike from Cowboy Bebop is German, going by his last name.

Roger Smith from the Big O is American (or at least strongly implied to be).

If you go into non-protagonists and supporting characters, we could go on forever.

Not my obligation. My mod, my rules.  :P


--- Quote from: Strygon on November 30, 2020, 07:51:19 am ---Not my obligation. My mod, my rules.  :P

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Is there at least some in-universe justification for it?

Nope! I just like it that way. Not everything needs a deep explanation, sometimes things are just the way they are because the author prefers it that way.

Well most anime I have seen that take place in the 'real world' (as opposed to a fantasy world like One Piece, Full Metal Alchemist, One Punch Man, etc.) either take place only in Japan where having an all - Japanese cast makes sense, or they have many foreign characters. Also at least half of the protagonists and supporting characters are male.

So I really don't understand your one-word "anime" response.


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