Anime may be cool. It may be occasionally pensive and truly artistic. It may be visually mind blowing and every other trite cliché used to describe the indefinable it of a graphical cool. But at the end of the day anime is mainly another country's pop, and pop works for one solid reason - everybody within the given culture gets it.
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