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Isekai is the best trend we've had. It has moe, sure, but unlike K-On and its ilk from the 2000s moeshit boom it pleases shonenfags and powerlevelfags too. Its popularity stems from it having something for everyone without it being as impenetrable to normalfags.
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It's no use. The people that don't like isekai don't like formulas in their entertainment in general. The first one to use the idea, or the first one to revolutionize it might ring with them, but these people are bothered by tropes and cliches more than they should be
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I don't particularly like or dislike the use of this plot device but it strikes me as odd that it's used as a primary genre and /a/ even has generals for it. Is "protagonist gets forced into a club" going to be the next popular 'genre'?




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