>You ignore/deny my position
Ignoring is very different from denying. Entirely different. I deny, and I refute. And you ignore the refutations, over and over again.
>the proof is right in front of you in the form of MANGA SALES!
How many different arguments do you ignore every time you just keep repeating this as if it means anything? Let's see how many I can recall off the top of my head, in no particular order.
>1. capeshit continues to sell gangbusters in other media and be dominant in pop culture, and even SJWs getting in and deliberately ruining it is only slowly making a dent there
>2. the american comic book industry has decades of problems beyond the prevalence of capeshit, such as distribution, cost, pricing, and SJWs deliberately destroying the industry (this should itself be broken into many separate points, but we'll condense them for this post since they've already been repeated, but ignored by you, many times)
>3. superhero stories selling in japanese form
>4. people being able to read more than one thing
>5. there are many non-capeshit american comics, but as you complain about, people don't care about them as much as they care about the capeshit, despite receiving the same amount of advertising, which is practically none because comics don't get advertising aside from inside other comics and indie creators' youtube videos about their own stuff
What manga sales prove is that the american comic book industry is fucking garbage and the japanese comic book industry is much better. To say the prevalence of capeshit is the dominant factor would be a stretch even if we removed many other factors, but there are many other factors such as Points 1, 3, and 5 above which are direct evidence against your claim. Even if Points 2 and 4 were the only ones, that would still mean that you couldn't narrow the blame specifically to capeshit, since there are so many other factors at play, factors that are obviously very substantial. But Points 1, 3, and 5 directly prove that people do love capeshit. You don't have to, but audiences keep buying it in significant numbers across multiple media. But you continue to ignore everything said in refutation of your claim, and just restate it over and over again. It's amazing that you can write when you are seemingly unable to read.
Go ahead and refute the individual points. Even though I condensed the most important one for you, which makes it easier to think you're refuting it (since I really should talk more about distribution, pricing, etc., but I'm sick of repeating myself only to get ignored), I bet you won't, since you've had plenty of opportunities to do so already, and ignored them every time.
>his non capeshit that you keep saying is everywhere is the definition of the word obscure (not discovered or known about; uncertain.) or it's older thus not readily availably or straight up discontinued and any potential readers won't be able to properly get into it.
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