Opinion

Jay Agonoy also posts pieces of his mind regarding issues that makes him think, just like any other person online. This is the Opinion section.

Netflix’s next anime lineup wants me to subscribe soon: 4 titles I’m eagerly looking forward to

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“Last Tuesday (October 27), Netflix streamed its Anime Festival live on YouTube, announcing SIXTEEN anime titles coming up on the platform next year: Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness, Godzilla: Singular Point, Eden, Vampire in the Garden, Yasuke, Pacific Rim: The Black, TRESE, B: The Beginning Succession, Baki Hanma, Thermae Romae Novae, High Rise Invasion, Rilakkuma’s Theme Park Adventure, Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan, The Way of the Househusband, and Spriggan.”

Virtual YouTubers in 2020: Cautious but optimistic

“As with any form of live streaming show, it takes two to tango: Don’t forget your fans, and the fans won’t forget you. Coco makes her viewers feel special, so much that it’s a running gag that AsaCoco is a literal drug and the viewers are addicted to it.”

Graduating from MNL48

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“tl;dr – I’m graduating as well from the MNL48 fandom following my kamioshi, and let the newer fans do their thing.”

Anime and Events in the 2020s

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We can always predict major changes in the anime/cosplay/gaming community in the 2020s, and only the future will tell us if these outlooks will be a reality.

RE: Funimation’s “Animation of the Decade” poll

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“Therefore, we can agree that the “Decade of Anime” fan poll is reserved to only Funimation-licensed titles, dominated by fans who are majority hooked to Kimetsu no Yaiba, the fluidly-animated series which aired before this decade ends.”

JoyRide vs Angkas, and what's left for us to ponder

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“Moving back to JoyRide, I tried the service twice. Based on the rider-partner I talked to in my first ride (December 28), JoyRide partners (or “Kasundo”) only accept full-time riders. This alone sets the difference between JoyRide and Angkas.”