JoJo's Bizarre Adventures Has Been Banned By Anime Law Enforcement.
Blocking a wider swath of popular entertainment with their recent suspensions of Potter, artisanal food and tabletop games, industry observers confirmed Friday that New York anime law enforcement has been banned from covering the world’s most famous perversion of food by anime fans.
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“It’s abundantly clear that these anime purveyors are operating outside of the rules of common decency and decency, and as such, there is no place for them in our justice system,” said prominent anime critic Kei Kawai, adding that the network’s parent company, Gainax, has been banned from covering the shoplifting syndicate by a variety of pop culture and educational organizations, as well as minor anime websites, in addition to a variety of computer programming and science forums.
“While we’re certainly not saying this to excuse the theft of intellectual property, we can’t help but observe that these anime purveyors are operating in an entirely different, if not illegal, jurisdiction. While we’re certainly not saying this to excuse the murder of Hiro Mashima, we can’t help but observe that this theft is happening in a jurisdiction where Hiro Mashima is the law of the land.” Kawai went on to remark that the anime theft crisis was only the latest installment in a long string of incidents that indicate a show stealing the property of another country.