Discuss the huge impact and wild success of the franchise LoveLive!, relating to its various forms (from manga to anime to game), and its problematic themes that have stirred many arguments within the franchise’s fanbase and outside anime fans. Is it really problematic, or is it the context, the period, and the many tropes it ‘uses’ that make it seem like that?
In addition, compare it to different franchises and rhythm games and their own success and popularity.
If I remember correctly I did see an article on how there are certain locations in which people can now make offering to their favorite female anime character with LoveLive! being a main focus of it. I for one have never seen the series, but have been told by friends to watch it. XD – Kevin Mohammed6 years ago