Hi! I just wanted to ask, why does Japan have terrible taste in anime?
For those of you who're familiar with the Lost Canvas, it was cancelled shortly after Season Two and was replaced by that horrid spinoff, "Saint Seiya: Omega." And for those who're not aware, Omega is basically the childish, shitty, and horribly illustrated version of Saint Seiya (The Original Version). And to my knowledge, The Lost Canvas was cancelled due to lack of sales.
Now, again, why does Japan always do this to series with great potential? Seriously, Lost Canvas is not the only good series to ever not receive another season due to sales. And then they replace it with some bullshit rip-off with terrible animation and a plot-line. And another question for those who are fans of Saint Seiya, why hasn't The Next Dimension been animated yet? Oh but nooooo.... they just go ahead and make Omega...
Seriously, I'm still pissed off that Omega made it but not Lost Canvas... and on a serious note, does that mean that only kids and children in Japan are the only viewers who watch anime? Because no adult in their right mind would watch Omega and say it's better than The Lost Canvas.
For anyone who's confused, just watch an episode from both of the series and then give your judgement on which is better.