Hey /r9k/ any anime watchers here? I'm looking for something that's just gunna fuck up my shit emotionally.
Already seen pic related
PING PONG! by the same director as tatami galaxy. it's really emotional and i think a lot of people on r9k would like it a lot. it's only 11 eps too
>no one recommended this
Are you fucking serious, /r9k/?
Go watch NHK ni Youkoso, OP.
Also, watch the sub versions, don't be a fucking faggot.
NHK is a series best watched when you already know a bit about anime culture and have seen a lot of anime, since there are a lot of references (and outright criticisms) of it in the show.
Not that he wouldn't enjoy it, but still
That's true, but it's still a must watch for robots. Also, he said something that would fuck him up emotionally, so this is a pretty good anime for that.
>tfw some normie weeb I know said
"hey guise, you know, there is this weird anime about a guy that stays in his home all day lol do people like this actually exist? XD"
kill me desu
I didn't read the manga. I didn't know it ended differently.
Seconded. Just watched it recently. It feels like it took Welcome to the NHK's tone, Monogatari's monologues and Sayonata Zetsubou Sensei's artstyle, mashed them together and spraypainted some groundhog day all over it.
>"hey guise, you know, there is this weird anime about a guy that stays in his home all day lol do people like this actually exist? XD"
This is almost exactly what he said to me. "Dude have you seen this comedy anime about some guy called a heekohmoree or something? I never knew people could get like that; it's fucking hilarious!"
"Oh y-yeah, that sounds funny."
Kara no Kyoukai, it's about a cold-hearted witch and her busty mentor, and their beta errand-boy.
Watamote is kind of similar, and has a more depressing ending.
Paranoia Agent deals a lot with mental illness and nihilism.
2nding this shit, just finished it last night
God that one sequence in the middle of the show where peco gets drunk on chocolates around christmas time, just a feels montage
This show isn't heavy handed in the least though, which is something you rarely see in anime.
I recommend Mushishi also if you have an attention span. It will invoke feelings you didn't even know you had.
Good taste my friend
If anyone is still lurking read oyasumi punpun you fucks
You could try this one, it drags on a bit and some eps are a tad repetitive, but the ending is very rewarding.
>Punpun is an ordinary young boy growing up in Japan whose age of innocence has reached its end after his father is arrested for spousal abuse resulting in putting Punpun's mother in hospital. With his uncle looking after him, Punpun grows into adulthood facing a series of events which change him, for better or worse, forcing him to contemplate just what it means to be an adult.
angel beats (most by key are pretty 'feelsy', like clannad etc), ping pong, cowboy bebop (especially when you hear the music/saxaphone at the last scene come in), i can watch cowboy bebop 1000 times and it still feels like the first time watching it...