…or screencaps anymore.
I didn’t know about any of this until I saw the aftermath first, that Sunrise & Lantis demand all fanart and screencaps of their properties to be removed from the interwebs. Needless to say, the fire’s already spreading.
This is quite a common tactic by many companies who want to protect their IP, but the freak out in the anime blogosphere is interesting. I’m sure this will cool down in a week, if not by the weekend; just another wave of the anime industry trying hard the wrong way to protect themselves.
Whatever, saying that something can’t be published on the interwebs is just waiting for people to have the lulz.
I mean seriously Lantis/ Sunrise, how can you deny the public these things!
And I dug up something on True Tears especially for Lantis 🙂
Shit, I don’t even watch Gundam and I managed to find some interesting stuff on it.
Many companies try to bring down their rules online, but fail to realise that the Wild West of the Web is run by the people. It is the final place in this world where no one company or government can rule over. No matter how hard they try, Anonymous the people will always take over and run things their way.
Understand this phenomenon and try to capitalise on it like Twitter/ Facebook/ Google etc. instead of forcing your draconian ways onto your own fucking fans!
PS: Kurokami reviews with maximum screencaps will be posted soon.