>>2813288Trying so hard to make precure a thing. Its not, it sucks
>>2813314PreCure's annual revenue is 44.8 billion yen (2004-2018, revenue 627.8 billion yen)Sailor Moon earns 35.7 billion yen a year (1992-2006, revenue 500 billion yen)Card Captor Sakura has a revenue of 7.2 billion yen a year (1999.4 to 2000.3)Puella Magi Madoka Magica's three-year revenue of 40 billion yen (2011-2013)No more successful Mahou Shoujo than PreCure.PreCure is also the most interesting children's Anime.
>>2813395>something is popular, therefore it's good
>>2813395Guess what: No one cares! This is not even a proper thread. Fucking go to >>>/wsr/
>>2813485If it's not popular, why are sales so high?Why does this animated audience have such strong purchasing power?PreCure is equivalent to the total revenue of fifty animations.>>2813645You should do WebM for your favorite animations instead of coming to this thread to complain about things you don't care about.
>>2813698He said being popular doesn't meant its good....And that is true. There's many factors why things may sell well. Example would be super hero movies, I think they are all pretty much trash, but they make a fuck ton of money because its "cool" or covers a popular subject matter, or someone likes a character in it, but none of those reasons make it a subjectively good movie.
>>2813703If measured by the standard of children's AnimePreCure is a good AnimeMany cartoonists are fans of Precure.For example, the author of Boku no Hero Academia and Goblin Slayer and My Youth Romantic Comedy Is Wrong, As I Expected
Does anyone here have the Hugtto Precure complete book? I hope someone scans it and the Futago Artbook as well?
Only thing i know about precure is the hentais. God bless this anime.
>>2814110A link to it please?
>>2813698>literally cannot understand that popular opinion doesn't equate to qualitywhat the hell is wrong with you
>>2813789>Many cartoonists are fans of Precure
>>2821612https://blog-imgs-101.fc2.com/t/e/s/tesuto93/Mx9b8kl.jpgComic author of ONE PIECE sees PreCure as a competitorhttp://hotima.blogspot.com/2012/03/blog-post_7542.htmlGen Urobuchi likes to watch PreCureHe also wants to write a script for PreCure.Part of Madoka's creative inspiration may come from HeartCatch PreCure! https://twitter.com/horikoshiko/status/762575285191532544http://pixiv.navirank.com/user/5302938/https://www.komikid.com/manga/boku-no-hero-academia/137/15The comic author of My Hero Academia likes to watch PreCureAlso helped PreCure draw a lot of DoujinMy Hero Academia mentioned PreCure
>>2821612https://twitter.com/kurosep?lang=jaComic author of Goblin Slayer likes to watch PreCureHe painted a lot of PreCure Doujinhttps://twitter.com/watariwataru/status/435115910156677120https://twitter.com/watariwataru/status/564212175640596481The novelist of My Youth Romantic Comedy Is Wrong also likes to watch PreCurehttps://twitter.com/sankakuhead/status/962876167907766272https://twitter.com/sankakuhead/status/1085915444702138369Himouto! Umaru-chan's comic author likes to watch PreCurehttps://twitter.com/_saburouta/status/711452477686546432Comic author of citrus likes to watch PreCure
>>2821612https://twitter.com/tokutaro/status/227311959731740672https://twitter.com/tokutaro/status/554066780721672192https://twitter.com/tokutaro/status/1009267169916407808https://twitter.com/tokutaro/status/1107060880393396224The author of NEW GAME! also likes PreCure very much.
>>2821612>>>/a/187573811PreCure is also Image ambassador of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics
>>2821612lol fucking BTFO retard
I'm seriously lacking in the webm with audio department so I support this thread.Have some that need resizing anyway.
KabeJiri × 5 is a pretty good precure boo would recommend.Doki Doki RPG PreCure Every Hole: Disgraceful Pretties is a fun game also recommend.
The animation in these is actually pretty good, but in a lot of the ones where there's a lot of little things moving on the screen it kind of starts to look barffy because of the framerate. I understand the limitations of the genera and of what's acceptable in terms of effort and budget, but they could really do with a higher frame rate for some of these scenes.
>>2842862Children's animations that are played in the morning and afternoon, the original picture of each episode is 3,000 to 4,300The animation of the adolescents broadcast at night, the original picture is 5,500 to 6,500, and some original pictures can even reach 10,000 to 20,000.ONE PUNCH-MAN S1, the original picture of each episode is 10,000NARUTO important battle, original picture is also 10,000Children's animation relies on copyright, toys and advertising to make moneyTeen animation relies on selling DVDs and BDs to make moneySo the number of original pictures for children's animations is not high.PreCure is a children's animation, although the original picture is not high (2 minutes of Shapeshifting, reaching 5000 original pictures), but the Storyboard is very good.PreCure's fighting Storyboard has surpassed many teenager animations that are played at night.
>>2813288>>2813395>>2813789>>2814110>>2814134>>2814148>>2814160>>2819455>>2821583>>2821605>>2822004>>2822038>>28301553DPDBread and fry yourself.
>>2843048To be clear, I'm being more broad in my statement than you're being here. Pretty much all animation that's made for TV consumption or theater viewing tends to be lower frame-rate than it could be either because of budget and labor concerns or a misguided belief that higher frame rates are somehow worse.Most of the time it's honestly fine, as in it's barely noticeable, but when there's a lot of action, movement, or detail on the screen it stands out more because things seem less like they're moving naturally and more like they're sparking and jittering forwards. It's also something that is easier to notice when there's dynamic (swinging and circling) shots where a fully rendered background is shown, which is why you almost never see those in animation.So that said, I'm not judging this in relation to other animation, but I'm judging it on it's own merit, because animation as a medium is largely shit and it's pretty reductionist to say that anything that is better than the average animation is great.Like I said though, the animation in most of these is pretty damn good, but for a few of these webms it's really clear that the lack of frames is holding it back from being spectacular. I do appreciate that they are trying with those shots though, even if they can't really pull them off properly due to techincal, time, or budgetary limitations.Though, to be clear, when you say "original pictures" do you mean the amount of unique/key frames in each episode? Ignoring tween frames?
Post Stop & Freeze
>>2843276Because they're cute.
Appreciate the precure clips. I like checking back every few days to see what's new.
>>2821719>Comic author of ONE PIECE sees PreCure as a competitorwhat does fan mean to you
>>2821719Gen Urobuchi can fuck off is what he can
>>2848844The way this loops is absolutely fascinating.
>>2813288anime was truly a mistake
>>2882711What do you want to say?
Nice blog dude
>>2813395>dumb statsI've still never heard of it though so...
>>2884617But anon, it's the most interesting children's anime!
>>2884617Maybe your understanding of Anime still stays in the old days of Sailor Moon and CCS.PreCure's market size has surpassed Sailor Moon.More than the total income of the four Anime series of CCS, DoReMi, Nanoha, Madokahttp://wiki.fdiary.net/animesales/?%BB%D4%BE%EC%B5%AC%CC%CF%A1%A6%C1%ED%C7%E4%BE%E5http://ikura.2ch.sc/test/read.cgi/mascot/1156214226/美少女戦士セーラームーン 1000億円(1992年~1997年)/累計3500億円(1992年~2001年)/5年間で5000億円1000億円:『これがアニメビジネスだ』p.1143500億円:http://corp.toei-anim.co.jp/press/2001/09/10.php5000億円:http://kc.kodansha.co.jp/SEP/01033/01/sailormoon20th/Pretty Cure has had numerous licensed merchandise sold in Japan. Between 2004 and 2007, Pretty Cure licensed merchandise sold ¥162.13 billion in Japan, where it became the sixth highest-grossing franchise annually by 2005. Pretty Cure licensed merchandise in Japan later sold ¥49,915.44 million in 2008, ¥62,449.2 million in 2009, and ¥76,646 million in 2010, becoming Japan's fifth highest-grossing franchise annually. Pretty Cure licensed merchandise later sold ¥63.12 billion in 2011, ¥63,508 million in 2012, ¥61,701 million in 2013, ¥45,461 million in 2014, ¥45.64 billion in 2015, and ¥49.76 billion in 2016. Combined, Pretty Cure licensed merchandise sold ¥617.274 billion ($7.14 billion) in Japan up until 2016. Bandai Namco's net income from their Pretty Cure toy sales was ¥10.6 billion ($164 million) from April 2017 to June 2018. In total, Pretty Cure has generated at least ¥627.874 billion ($7.301 billion) in merchandise sales as of June 2018.
>>2821731>Himouto! Umaru-chan's comic author likes to watch PreCure
>>2884780Wikipedia's business leaderboard data many years agohttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_highest-grossing_media_franchises
Call of Duty $17 billionDragon Quest $12.4 billionFinal Fantasy $11.9 billionDungeon Fighter $11.8 billionStreet Fighter $11.5 billionWarcraft $11.1 billionGrand Theft Auto $9.39 billionAngry Birds $8.78 billionMonster Strike $7.25 billionPuzzle & Dragons $7.08 billionHalo $6.5 billionResident Evil $5.54 billionMortal Kombat $5 billionAssassin's Creed $4.34 billionGran Turismo $4 billionStar Wars $65 billionSpider-Man $27 billionBatman $25 billionTransformers $17.2 billionAvengers $13.4 billionTeenage Mutant Ninja Turtles $12.7 billionSuperman $11.1 billionStar Trek $10.6 billionJurassic Park $8.19 billionX-Men $7.78 billionA Song of Ice and Fire / Game of Thrones $5.81 billionPokémon $90 billionHello Kitty $80 billionAnpanman $60 billionGundam $26 billionDragon Ball $24 billionFist of the North Star $22 billionOne Piece $21 billionYu-Gi-Oh! $19.8 billionNeon Genesis Evangelion $16.3 billionSailor Moon $14.3 billionNaruto $10.1 billionJoJo's Bizarre Adventure $9.8 billionPretty Cure $7.53 billionDoraemon $7.29 billionBleach $7.24 billionDigimon $6.36 billionDetective Conan $6.01 billionBeyblade $4.6 billionKumamon $4.53 billionHunter × Hunter $4.23 billionFate $4.06 billionDisney Princess $44.7 billionBarbie $24 billionToy Story $20 billionFrozen $11.3 billionShrek $5.74 billion
has Miyano in the hugtto movie been posted yet
>>2813288i know it's pretty cure but it looks like wix club
>>2889959Based. Best pink
What's the most entry-level Precure? Don't say the first one because the orange girl is ugly.
>>29015801、Smile (Yasuharu Takanashi likes to watch)2、DokiDoki! 3、HeartCatch(Gen Urobuchi likes to watch)4、Star Twinkle5、Go! Princess(My Hero Academia's cartoonists like to watch)6、Suite(Goblin Slayer's cartoonists like to watch)
>>2884780Who gives a shit. Maybe we should start posting modern hiphop mumblerap bullshit too since it makes so much money. Dumb chink poster.
>>2907794Making more money means that the number of viewers is large, proving that precure is a very popular animation.Precure can surpass Doraemon and Conan in fourteen years, proving that the mainstream audience of precure is middle class, and its spending power is very strong.Rather than spending very weak Otaku