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I feel that too on some level. But I wonder what parts of this will get homaged? does any of it really stand out as iconic in the same way as the motorcycles, or destruction of Tokyo?
Over time, we'll see. But it's definitely building a massive fandom with cosplayers, fan art and tiktok/socials. There are dozens of covers of the theme song and even some original music composed by fans.
What's curious is that the fandom is as skewed internationally as the viewership. Whereas Arcane is undeniably successful in US Netflix, that pales in its cultural penetration just about everywhere else in the world, where the show is still #1 on other regional streaming charts. It's even become a thing in Japan, which hasn't been a huge market for LoL and has generally been resistant about non-indigenous animation fandoms: