More like the western TV animation industry does not create passionate artists who are willing to sacrifice time, sleep, diet, and take a low wage just to work on characters that aren't theirs.
The Japs do that shit because working on something that's FUN is considered stress relief, even though it's still 90 hours a week being put in with no overtime pay.
Most people now-a-days who work in TV animation or comics have developed a very spoiled attitude where they believe they are worth more than they actually are. They are often 1/16th the skill level of most of the animators in Japan, but still think they should be getting paid just as much as other professionals in their field who are much better than them while still doing the bare minimum work.
I severely doubt the crew who works on stuff like Magiswords is putting in 12-hours a week because they simply don't give a shit. And it shows.
Raw passion like that is a rare commodity over here. All the artists who are willing to sacrifice their health for a project all work in feature film, which is why they're able to redo an entire movie 8 months before it's released.
TV on the other hand hires college graduates who watch YouTube videos about how studios need them more than they need studios (Those videos are wrong).