>>416706 8chan is the last place I want to see people going to, its hell and the users never see the flames I'm a mod on a large board if I tell you its shit you have to listen to me. >>416707 Pic related
>>416707 >mewch Why is that site spammed eveywhere? I remember back when it used to be chanpink /campus/ or whatever.
>>416711 If we all moved to a single 8chan board, I'd be worried that the board would get popular enough that users would be gradually replaced with wolves in sheep's clothing. Speaking as a former mod of a moderately large 8chan board.
There is a reason /a/ never loses, every one knows what anime is, everyone knows that is the only thing they can post about, anything deviating out of the norm gets promptly dealt with. This is why Otaku-based boards will never lose, and sites like this one die.
>>416712 >>mewch >Why is that site spammed eveywhere? This. I saw it spammed on a bunch of imageboards and told them off on the meta board, but it's not even the admin or staff doing it (for the past few years).
>>416732 I don't think there'll ever be a place as comfy as '00s /co/ was, not just because of the community, but because of the timing. In 2006 when /co/ was made, comics were under a huge renaissance. After the grimdark shit of the 90s, we just got a bunch of new series with actual continuities (even if they were just jumping event to event, at least they keep going on with a story). Also, people growing up in the 80s were at creative positions now, making remakes and movies of old series.
So we had the less crap and a TON of promising series building up, that still all used well-known iterations of characters. Meanwhile, the movies only started becoming great, and a ton of old series that sat in limbo got new content too - Transformers to name one.
It was a renaissance period that got combined with 4chan at its most brilliant and fun phase.
You'll never find a community like that again for comics and cartoons. Everything is too mainstream now.