The latest edition of the Forbes magazine is out, and it’s filled with stories about the demise of anime.
The story is a bit more nuanced than most, but if you are a bit skeptical about the accuracy of it, it’s worth reading.
The short version: The anime industry is dying.
And, no, that doesn’t mean the industry is losing its audience.
Rather, it means the industry has become obsolete.
The world has moved on, and the anime industry that once dominated the market has lost much of its appeal.
The main culprit behind the decline of anime in America is Netflix.
Netflix is the biggest source of anime viewing, and its popularity has grown over the past decade.
In 2016, the company reported a net profit of $7 billion.
In 2020, it made a loss of $9.9 billion.
Netflix’s growth has coincided with a rise in anime viewing on its platform.
To understand why Netflix is a big driver of anime’s decline, it helps to understand what anime is and isn’t.
Anime is an umbrella term for a wide variety of media, including video games, novels, manga, and anime.
First of all, anime is a very broad genre.
In fact, the first anime film that the internet ever existed was called “Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm” in 2003.
This is important to understand, because the anime genre has gone from niche to mainstream in the past year.
In 2017, the number of people who watched an anime in the U.S. rose to 4 million, which was a whopping 23% increase over the previous year.
This was thanks in large part to Netflix.
The same year, Netflix introduced a new streaming service called Starz.
This new service has also attracted anime fans from around the world.
It has also led to an increase in anime anime and manga sales, which has helped Netflix keep pace with the ever-expanding anime industry.
Now let’s talk about anime’s current decline.
What are anime?
An anime is an anime that is created by a company, studio, or animation studio.
This doesn’t necessarily mean that the anime is made by a specific studio or anime studio.
Anime can be anything from a TV series, to a comic book, to an animated movie, to live-action films.
In a lot of cases, an anime can be a series or a film that has been adapted for television.
An anime series can be based on a single character or a group of characters, as well as be loosely based on real-life events.
A TV series is a show that airs on one network or cable channel in a given year.
It can be for a short period of time, or it can last for a longer period of years.
Anime is often categorized as an episodic series, where the show is split into two or more episodes.
A live-actio series, on the other hand, is a series that takes place in a real-time format.
These types of series often have a long running time, often lasting decades.
In the past two decades, anime has become a major genre in the world of entertainment, with the largest audience on television.
It is a huge business.
The number of shows that have aired in the United States in the last five years is more than twice that of any other genre.
So, why do anime die?
In short, anime was once a major part of American culture.
That’s because it was a medium that allowed people to engage with art and ideas without spending a lot money.
When we started watching anime, it was free.
But as the world changed, anime began to lose its appeal, as people grew tired of its constant barrage of CGI and action.
It was also a source of nostalgia for a time when Americans had less access to television.
In the 1980s, when we first watched anime on TV, we used to sit through hours and hours of commercials, and we were constantly bombarded with images of cartoon characters fighting and fighting.
Now, we only watch anime with subtitles.
When we started spending more and more time on the internet, we also began to be bombarded by ads for a plethora of anime, ranging from movies and shows, to video games.
As a result, we became more and the internet became more accessible.
Over time, anime became more mainstream.
This means that anime has now reached a wide audience, which is great for the industry, but less so for anime fans.
According to a recent study by the New York Times, anime’s share of the US audience has shrunk by 30% since 2005, when it first began.
This has been largely attributed to the rise of streaming services like Netflix and Amazon, which are now allowing anime fans to watch anime from anywhere, anytime, without the hassle of cable.
Meanwhile, anime fans have seen the anime business