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5 Anime Series That Changed Studios Halfway (& Suffered Because Of It)

5 Anime Series That Changed studios Low Quality!

Anime has become a favorite entertainment for everyone. No wonder, now, there are many anime with quality stories and graphics that compete to capture the hearts of the audience. You know! When it comes to quality, the studio working on the anime is also an important factor.

Well, apparently, this anime series has moved the studios so that the production and animation style is a bit different here. Let's see one by one!

1. One Punch Man

Produced by Studio Madhouse, it is undeniable that the first season of the anime One Punch Man has indeed gathered a great popularity in the world. This success also makes the second season of this anime highly anticipated.

However, the second season of One Punch Man which was worked by Studio J.C.Staff apparently did not present the same feeling as the first season. As a result, the second season of One Punch Man has seen a decline in viewership even though this anime is still worth watching.

2. The Seven Deadly Sins

The Seven Deadly Sins is very popular thanks to its very exciting story and quality animation. The first and second seasons, which were made by Studio A-1 Pictures, also managed to attract the attention of anime fans.

This success has made The Seven Deadly Sins to do a third season again. However, the work is done by Studio Deen. Unfortunately, many viewers think that this anime is getting worse in this third season, here. In fact, fans have been asking for the third season to be remade by another studio. what do you think about that?

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3. Fate Series

Unlike the two anime above, the Fate series, which also changed studio, seems to have made a good impact and made this series even more enjoyable. The Fate series, Fate/Stay Night, which was produced by Studio Deen, you know, was initially considered underrated by some viewers.

Then, the sequel of Fate/Stay Night, namely Fate/Zero, was no longer produced by Studio Deen, but by Studio Ufotable. As a result, thanks to its growing animation and design, its popularity increased even more!

4. Attack on Titan

The three seasons produced by Wit Studio never took away from Attack on Titan's prestige. Attack on Titan was always highly anticipated by the fans and continued the next season, but was worked on by another studio.

Interestingly, this latest season was produced by Studio MAPPA which is already known for working on several popular anime such as Yuri!!! On Ice, Kakegurui, Inuyashiki, Jujutsu Kaisen and Terror in Resonance. The worries of the fans disappeared after the release of the trailer of the fourth season because it turned out that the quality of the anime was not joking. Who can't wait for the sequel of Attack of the Titans?

5. Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru

The first season of the anime Yahari Ore no Seishun Rabukome wa Machigatteiru or commonly known as Oregairu was initially produced by Studio Brain's Base. Then, the second and third seasons were taken over by Studio Feel which finally made this anime known to the public.

The story of the love triangle between Hachiman, Yukino and Yui is also made more interesting, coupled with the graphic quality which also increases from the first season. Is the first or the second and third season better?

It turns out that there are many anime series that have moved and been worked on by other studios. There are advantages, but there are also disadvantages. So, of the five series above, do you think changing studios can affect the quality of an anime? Share your opinion in the comments section below!