We looked inside some of the tweets by @Zerochan and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
The heat. 100+ all 3 days. Couldnt bring food or drinks. Overcrowded rooms. One person even died. We saw him get taken in a stretcher then we found out he passed away this morning. Its just been all types of bad.
Y’know I’ve been to Summer Comiket a few times and, to my knowledge, nobody has DIED there despite crowds and because drinks are plentiful, you can bring your own, and they have medical staff on hand Just those first two help a lot. Way to go, tournament runners
and on a little positive note, everyone’s warm messages of support and love to KyoAni from all over the world have reached Hatta-san through the news (and hopefully to other KyoAni employees as well) Hatta-san: “It has become our emotional support.”
KyoAni has been a major force in spreading anime both inside and outside Japan. In an industry dominated by men and traditionally aimed at men, it has a reputation for employing more women than many of its competitors, writes one expert https://cnn.it/2Y2Jy4b
Japanese commenters on Twitter: Yeah this is good article that really gets to the heart of what makes KyoAni English speaking commenters on Twitter: THE HEADLINE MENTIONS WOMEN, CLEARLY THIS IS POLITICS