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Shankar’s Devil May Cry Nearing Production
« on: October 18, 2021, 10:53:56 PM »
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Adi Shankar’s Devil May Cry animation production is nearing.  It’s not clear if it will still have any ties to the Castlevania animation though.

https://www.superherohype.com/tv/506093-adi-shankar-provides-an-update-on-the-devil-may-cry-anime-series/amp

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Re: Shankar’s Devil May Cry Nearing Production
« Reply #1 on: October 18, 2021, 11:27:26 PM »
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It being referred to as an anime is really honestly grating because that's a word that used to mean something specific.
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Re: Shankar’s Devil May Cry Nearing Production
« Reply #2 on: October 21, 2021, 05:43:44 PM »
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Words change over time. It happens.

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Re: Shankar’s Devil May Cry Nearing Production
« Reply #3 on: October 22, 2021, 10:26:01 AM »
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It happens but it doesn't have to. At least not at the current rate it's going. Many people out there are not taught about things like proper language usage and/or consistency anymore. It's one of the destructive aspects of our modern times I've been paying attention to. It is true that words and word usage changes over time, but such changes naturally happen gradually over a period of centuries. In recent memory changing word usage has been happening over a period of decades and this tells me that people are not being taught proper language skills and usage in schools (no surprise there considering how broken the system is). The other problem is social media. They change s*** on the fly (again no surprise there). Anyone can go to the public library and look up older texts in books that predate the 20th century and notice how gradual the changes in language occur. Or current usage of the English language can be seen as far back as the 1600s (Shakespear's time). But going further back then that and the language oldens more and is more difficult to interpret. Evolution is something that happens gradually (language is no exception), but what people are doing now isn't evolving language. They are using words outside of their original context and don't give a s***. They're doing things like this because they think it's hip or cool and many of these people are just social media bumpkins whom don't have that language arts background that the generation before them had. It's really pathetic that humanity is going down this path and I really wish everyone would come to their senses, however that's asking too much outta them.

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