A secondary reason is that the French fans on fr.rec.anime form a separate group with a different perspective from the usual sort of "group think" you find on rec.arts.manga or rec.arts.anime.misc. Just as some silly examples, the French seem to love everything CLAMP but have had little interest in Rumiko Takahashi (beyond Ranma); and series like Tenchi Muyo aren't nearly as big as, say, Les Chevaliers du Zodïaque [St. Seiya]. So even if you don't intend to read any French mangas, you might still want to take a look at the reviews . Who knows? You might find out you have French tastes in manga. This might not impress your friends, but at least it will make them think you are weird (which, with your friends, is probably a good thing - trust me on this.)
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