Do you think the obsession and fetishitazion of eastern art styles will ever calm down? Back in the late 2000s/early 2010s it seemed like japanese media was losing ground in the west with most people not enjoying it anymore and western cartoons/comics (Adventure Time, MLP, etc.) starting to "get good" again, but now it's pretty much the opposite. What exactly happened?
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