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Haoliners Animation League

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Haoliners Animation League

IndustryAnimation
Founded2013 ; 7 years ago ( 2013 )
HeadquartersShanghai , China
OwnerShanghai Yarun Culture Communications Co., Ltd
Chinese name
Hanyu PinyinHuimengzhe Xin Donghua Lianmeng
Japanese name
RomanizationEmon Animeshon
Websitewww .haoliners .net /en /index .html

It is often said that China has a huge impact on the Japanese anime industry. Although the Chinese government has had a habit of restricting access to anime titles even in recent years, anime market in China was said TO be worth more than 21 billion USD in 2017, and that number is only growing. In addition, according TO Japan Animation Creators Association's 2016 report, China is second only to the United States in number of licensing contracts with Japan. It should be no surprise, then, that the number of Chinese-Japanese Anime co-productions has also been on the rise. The most ambitious attempts so far have been helmed by Haoliners, company founded by Chinese web animators with a passionate love of Japanese Anime. International Anime fans may be familiar with their work through their Japanese broadcasts; Haoliners-produce shows that stream online in China and air on Japanese TV. Haoliners is a shockingly young company considering how sprawling its operations are; it was founded in 2013 and has studios in Japan and South Korea. The company is also remarkably prolific, with over ten TV Anime productions under its belt already. Haoliners has achieved this level of output thanks to the global nature of its products. They constantly collaborate with studios in Japan and abroad in order TO produce multiple shows simultaneously. Yet for all of their ambitions, Haoliners have failed TO live up to their potential so far, at least as far as Western audiences have been concern. Within China, Haoliners is something of a household name among Animation fans, but their shows have reach mute reception in the West. Even here on Anime News Network, only Centaur's Life receives enough votes from readers TO receive weekly streaming reviews. Part of the lack of interest stems from the fact that most shows are adapted from Chinese novels and manhua. Without any familiarity with source material, Western viewers must treat adaptations like Anime-original shows-but without any big-name creators that could attract their interest. However, bigger reason behind disinterest in Haoliners is that the production quality of their shows is inconsistent at best. Their worst shows are often take TO BE representative of their entire output when it's actually very difficult TO generalize about how their shows are produce. For example, some shows like Centaur's Life were contracted entirely TO Japanese Studio, meaning that Haoliners were primarily involved only in planning and funding side of Anime. Other shows like Fox Spirit Matchmaker were mainly juggle between Haoliners's Chinese and Korean teams. Outsourcing only further complicates matters. Bloodivores, for instance, was contracted TO Japanese Studio, but actual animation work was outsource TO Korean Studio called Namu Animation. This kind of arrangement isn't unusual for foreign-lead Anime co-productions. Neo-Yokio, for instance, was supposedly made by Studio DEEN, but in truth DEEN only drew some storyboards and sent off grunt work TO Moi Animation in Korea.

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