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A few years ago, I started a Twitter account to keep track of anime deaths.
Since then, I’ve been asked for other kinds of anime-related information: how many anime deaths, for instance, have there been this year, for example.
The response has been overwhelmingly positive.
I’ve even received death threats.
A couple of the more prominent death threats came from people who thought the anime deaths I tweeted about weren’t a big deal, as it’s an inevitable byproduct of anime’s popularity.
I guess there’s also a lot of people who genuinely care about anime and who don’t want to be seen as an apologist for anime deaths (which, by the way, are an inevitable consequence of anime).
But a lot more people aren’t interested in anime deaths at all.
When anime deaths happen, they’re a huge part of the anime fandom, so they’ve got a huge social impact.
So I started to wonder if death was an important part of anime fandom.
To understand how this works, let’s start with anime deaths in the US, Japan, and elsewhere.
There are, unfortunately, a few major differences in how anime deaths are handled in Japan, the US and other countries.
These differences don’t necessarily mean anything, but they’re worth noting in case they’re important: I’m going to focus on the US first because that’s where we get a good idea of how Japanese and other anime deaths compare.
But, if you’re interested in how these differences compare across countries, the best place to start is the Japanese anime industry, which, if we’re being honest, is pretty crappy in Japan.
Japanese animation is basically anime, which means it has a fairly standardized format.
Anime is generally done in a way that’s designed to appeal to adults, so it doesn’t have much to do with the kind of storytelling that’s common in children’s shows or shows that feature teenagers and young adults.
This is also the case in most other countries, including the US.
While most Japanese animation studios have a lot in common with studios in the West, some studios do take a more idiosyncratic approach to storytelling.
In anime, for the most part, it’s not uncommon to see people trying to make things that look like they were created by an animator.
In addition, the studio is mostly composed of people from one or two different industries, so the anime business is basically a microcosm of the animation industry as a whole.
There’s also some overlap between the kinds of animation studios that make animated movies and anime, but this overlap tends to be smaller.
So if you watch an anime that looks like a kid’s movie, that’s not necessarily because you’re a kid.
It might be because you watch a kid animation and the animation was produced by a studio that makes animated movies.
If you watch something that looks more like a commercial or a commercial-grade anime, that might be a mistake.
This means that anime is often produced in Japan and is generally viewed by Japanese audiences with a high degree of skepticism.
This makes it difficult to understand how anime can be seen in a Western context, which is probably the reason why, in the past few years, the number of anime anime deaths has been on the rise.
If I could predict when a death would happen, I’d probably say in the first year or so, there’d be a big spike.
But the spike has slowed down recently.
The death rate has gone down a lot, and it seems to have plateaued.
The reason for this is because, in a few cases, anime deaths were just the tip of an iceberg.
As I mentioned earlier, anime death rates vary from country to country, and they vary depending on the anime studio and the style of the show, which often means the anime death rate is also quite different from one place to another.
In Japan, for each death, the anime industry is responsible for the death.
In the US (and other countries), the anime studios are responsible for a fraction of the deaths.
The anime studios, of course, also have to pay for funerals for the anime actors, and many anime studios have contracts with the government to provide services for the deceased.
As we’ll see later, many anime companies have contracts that allow them to pay the deceased for the funeral expenses.
If an anime studio doesn’t receive enough money from the government or the public, it may be unable to pay its animators.
So, while the death rate may be rising, the death toll has also been declining.
That’s because the Japanese government has a strict and very strict law that dictates how many deaths the government will allow before it cuts funding.
The law also makes it very difficult for an animation studio to raise money.
If they fail to raise enough money, they will be forced to shut down their animation studio and go out of business.
In some countries, companies have to wait for a certain number of days to raise the