Why Anime is booming?

Due to the content, depiction, realistic approach and storyline, anime is winning over cartoons. Japanese animated shows or more commonly known as ‘Anime’, started in the 1960s with the release of the first anime movie; Three Tales, and the first anime television series Instant History (1961–64). However, the real spike in popularity came in the 1980s when anime became mainstream in Japan. Legendary series such as Dragonball, Real robot, cyberpunk and later on Naruto started to pop up in the spotlight, this increase in fame not only brought a revolution in the entertainment industry in Japan but also became a global phenomenon catering to all varieties of audiences including those of different age groups.
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Every MCU TV Show Ranked Worst to Best (Including What If…?)

Warning: Contains SPOILERS for Loki episode 6. Here’s every official MCU TV series, ranked from worst to best. The Marvel Cinematic Universe is expanding at a remarkable rate, with a constant stream of new TV shows releasing on Disney+. Earlier TV series were produced by Marvel Television, and they were only ever loosely connected to the wider franchise – with said connections working one-way. These new Disney+ TV shows are different, though, because they’re produced by Marvel Studios themselves, and they have a direct impact on the MCU’s overarching narrative. The Falcon & the Winter Soldier set up Captain America 4, with Anthony Mackie’s Sam Wilson finally accepting his new role, while Loki season 1 introduced Jonathan Majors’ Kang the Conqueror ahead of Ant-Man & the Wasp: Quantumania.