31 views • Sep 26th, 2020
1.The plot. Anime plots can vary, like vary a lot. Even though a normal anime has a few morals hinted in between the episodes, it is really not what viewers want (since almost all of them are immoral adults who don't have a spine). What viewers actually want is the content that represents the genre that they used. This may be huge badass rivalries with intense vying fights between the protagonist and their rival(s) in case of a Shōjo or Shōnen anime, the commonality of Slice of life anime, etc. Each episode usually has a reference in the forthcoming episodes, which makes it worthwhile to see them in a definite order. Cartoons, on the other hand, are like a single piece of work. Each episode stands out in itself unless it's a 2 part one where the next episode is a continuation of the first. Episodes usually have a moral, or the main objective, which will be accomplished at the end of the same. Due to this contrasting trait of cartoons, they can mostly be viewed irrespective of the chronology in which they were broadcasted.
|Screenshot from The Simpsons|