The Tokyo studio also condemned public discussion of its working conditions.
The company is expanding its workforce, despite recent criticisms that it pays its artist rock-bottom rates.
“As I see it, the problem is that Netflix, a company with vast resources, has started commissioning at low rates,” says Ichii.
Kambole Campbell reflects on what feels fresh — and what doesn’t — in Netflix’s new series about a Black samurai.
The streamer is partnering with Naz, Science Saru, and Mappa in Japan, as well as Studio Mir in South Korea.
Netflix has a new philosophy when it comes to anime: go big or go home.