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Is it weird that all of my favorite fictional narratives fall outside their respective creators’ comfort zones?
I dunno. I noticed a trend with my 3 all time favorite series: FMA, ATLA, and Code Geass. Like, FMA and Code Geass both have Japanese creators, yet the majority of the names are western and there’s english everywhere. And then there’s ATLA, a story deeply rooted in Eastern culture and Chinese writing everywhere, created by 2 white men. I’m just amazed that there are people that put so much time into researching cultures that are so vastly different from their own; it’s fantastic and I really respect them for doing it.
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- 17xinfinity said: Maybe they’re great because people trying to understand culture/history/settings they’re not used to growing up around=awesomeness.
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