AOBA 2018: What to expect, what to avoid

With this year’s Anime Expo coming up in just a few weeks, we decided to take a look at some of the biggest trends in anime.

We asked the people who work in anime to give us their top 10 anime trends, from a style perspective, as well as some advice on what to look for in a new series.

We’re not trying to be prescriptive, and some of these topics aren’t necessarily necessarily the most interesting to the general public.

But, in our opinion, the best anime for 2018 isn’t even really a new show, but the very first to hit the scene.

We’d like to hear what you think.

Here are the top 10 trends we’ve spotted this year, in no particular order:1.

Anime aesthetic: The rise of anime aesthetic and the way it is currently used is what got us interested in anime, and we’re glad that more people are taking note.

As anime studios have been struggling to keep up with the rapid development of anime, it has been inevitable that the style will eventually get out of control.

This year’s trend will surely get us thinking about what we’re watching these days, and if the style is anything to go by, it looks promising.

As it turns out, the art direction of the new anime that we’ve been waiting for has been an enormous success, and a trend that will certainly make the anime industry a lot better for a long time to come.

That said, it’s worth mentioning that the trend is a bit less clear cut than some of our previous ones, as we’ve only seen a few examples.2.

More of the same: It was inevitable that, as the industry has become more mature, anime studios would take a more realistic approach to their anime.

The result has been the anime that people actually want to watch, rather than the series that the studios are afraid will disappoint.

In 2018, that trend is here, and it has definitely paid off.

We don’t have any definitive answers on how anime studios will adjust to the trend, but we’re expecting more of the very same anime.

This trend is definitely going to get us watching more of anime we were expecting to watch in 2018.3.

The genre’s shift: In a time when anime is so much more accessible than ever before, it is only natural that anime studios are adapting their own works into anime.

That means that the more diverse anime we’re seeing, the more we’ll see styles that are more similar to each other, rather that creating a genre entirely from scratch.

This year, we’ve seen a very different trend emerge.

We’ve seen that many anime studios, like Studio Ghibli, have turned to adapting popular works from other genres into their own anime.

We have seen this trend play out with a number of popular works that, like “Miku no Naka de”, are often considered to be part of the genre, such as the original “Shoujo Ai no Seishun Love Story” (from Studio Gekko) and the new “Majou no Uta”.

The problem with this trend is that it is almost always a case of adapting a popular work from another genre to another.

In some cases, this has resulted in completely new stories, such a the case of the two-part “Muu No Tsukurou” from Studio Geki, or the three-part OVA “Omoi ga Mirei no Rettousei”.

In this case, though, it might not be as clear cut as “more of the original” and “less of the derivative”.

We’ve already seen “The Last Days of Chihayafuru” and the “Kimi wa Tsubasa” adaptations from Studio 4°C, both of which follow the popular series from the “Shojo Ai” and from the Gekkos.4.

A more modern style: The most recent anime trend to take off is the modern style.

With so many new anime series coming out every year, it seems like every year more and more anime is being made with a more modern aesthetic.

We saw this trend explode with “KanColle”, a popular anime series from “Aokigami”, which took a modern approach to storytelling.

This new style has certainly had a positive effect on the anime scene, and shows that can appeal to a wider audience.

However, we have to be cautious when it comes to how the trend will play out in the future.

This is why we still see a lot of people trying to “discover” the old style of anime.5.

The anime industry’s “fad” is over: This is the one trend that everyone seems to be talking about more than the others, but it has certainly been a trend for some time now.

With the release of “Futari wa Nani ka?” in 2017, the anime market took a major step towards embracing a more “modern” aesthetic. This time