Who /anime/ here?
>Post what you're currently watching
>Post favorite series
I myself am watching Parasyte
Currently watching kiniro mosaic. I think it's pretty good. The characters are cute and I don't really find anyone annoying/boring. My favourite series are probably mirai nikki, fmabr, ika musume.
Love Live it's pretty simple, a group of high school girls that want to be school idols to save their school for being closed because of lack of people, so they enter an Idol contest to make the school win popularity.
SAC it's pretty cool, cyberpunk thriller about a police squad, it has stand alone stories along with a overall one, good animation and music.
Berserk has a great dub
Currently Prisms Illya but my hard drive is about to fail and I'm not /g/ enough to know how to fix it.
English girl and her Japanese friend to put it simply. I liked it
msg: iron blooded orphans
armored trooper votoms
pandora in the crimson shell
legend of the galactic heroes (rewatch)
was trying to watch active raid, but i'm getting bored with hit
hell girl, kind of getting repetitive, though
i'm looking for any horror suggestions, btw. haven't seen much, so most recs will be new to me.
He's probably telling the first guy to watch the series first which is correct. I'd actually suggest he read the manga but I dont know if I prefer reading the manga before or after the anime.
anime is for pedos and manchildirens(which literally same thing)
Watched like +150 anime, nothing interests me anymore. I'm only watching one anime but only because it's 4th season, i havent watched anything new for 3 years.
What's your opinion of anzu?
Sabu to Ichi
Ace of Diamond
My favorite shows are One Outs, Kino no Tabi, Mushishi, GE999, Harlock and Gundam 0079/ZZ
I have terrible taste and can't even talk with weebs about anime
Just finished Watamote. Best series I've seen so far.
[Spoiler] I have a crush on Tomoko now... [/spoiler]
>Sabu to Ichi
>Ace of Diamond
Who here had feels after finishing legend of the galactic heroes?
I wish it was longer than it was so I wouldn't have to deal with this void
What's some good magic series like pic related? I have a thing for witch outfits.
>One Outs, Kino no Tabi, Mushishi, GE999, Harlock and Gundam
Man, this reminds me I haven't watched anime like I used to in quite some time, I've become a reader only as of recently.
Well, I guess I did watch Onepunch Man's animu when it came out. It was actually breddy gud.
As for favorite, I've no idea.
>tfw wasting all my time watching anime videos
Yu Yu Hakusho is probably my favorite series (fueled by nostalgia) and the english dub is very good aside from a couple side characters
Finished Kurokami yesterday.
That ending made me feel so empty inside.
Currently rewatching Eva.
Everyone ITT should watch Eva.
I'm a bit late on this one, I started Naruto, this is my first anime ever and I'm having a blast ! ^.^
omg i love naruto too senpai!! :3 have u seen bleach? Ichigo is so smexy 0//w//0
No I need to finish naruto first, Itachi is my waifu, I want him to rasengan my ass
I honestly wouldn't recommend watching this many at once but some of these are so long I find new ones to watch while watching the others, It's an endless cycle. I'm trapped.
Also i'm not proud of it or anything but I can marathon a good 25-30 episodes in a nights sitting
Korean animes are god tier
Avatar wins over any weeabo shit
I can deal with cute girls, what pisses me off is the huge emphasis on fanservice these days, and dont even get me started on harem animes. Literally cancer
Miyazaki was right guys
>surface level weeb
>always hear people talking about Madoka Magica
>know literally nothing about it besides that it's some cutesy magical girl show that people fawn over and make yuri art about
>assume it's a dumb weeb meme show
>actually sit down and watch it one day
>mfw I got tricked
Currently clearing from my backlog:
>Uchuu Senkan Yamato 2199
>Spice & Wolf
Also rewatching Hyouka
I generally prefer watching things on an episode-a-day basis rather than binge watching
Yeah it felt like there was a massive hole where it used to be. No other anime gives off the same feeling.
I'm going to watch the prequel series' pretty soon, so hopefully that will help
No it's a Korean anime, have you been living under a rock?
>have a weeb friend, we usually start and watch series together
>other friend is a fuccboi who doesn't watch anime but always tries to fit in
Like we'd start a new series and tell him about it and on the next day he'd talk about fights he watched on youtube and characters he read about on a wiki, stuff we don't even know about yet
I am re-watching A-Channel and Inu x Boku SS, and watching Teekyuu seasons 5 and 6 for the first time.
>Terror in Resonance
it was nearly there
Trips has confirmed that Neon Genesis Evangelion must be watched by all.
Super Dimension Fortress Macross
Welcome to the NHK!
Legend of the Galactic Heroes
The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya
Animated Films of Mamoru Oshii
Otaku no Video
I Can Hear the Sea
Not really watching anything at the moment.
>tfw no group of cute girls to hang around with
Yeah until they all start murdering each other.
Kill la Kill is a very fun ride. The plot is pretty mediocre but there is so much hype that it doesn't even matter.
It also has an excellent soundtrack that it uses to its absolute best.
Just watch it.
Currently watching Yuri Kuma Arashi
This is the exactly how every anime should be
All robot weebs should watch Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei at least once.
Finished psycho-pass S1 2 days ago, now have to decide if I'm gonna watch Lain, haruhi , lupin or some other shit
been watching pokermen lately for campy nostalgia since I only got to watch the ~12 episodes I had on VHS as a kid.
All the plotholes and 4kids censoring are bananas, but it does have a pretty clever joke and some suprising language every now and then.
Plus the girls are really qt
and so are the pokemen
I finished Michiko to Hatchin a couple weeks ago. I hadn't watched a full series in a very long time before that though. It's hard for me to get into an anime lately. I also watch Mushi-Shi but the second season is brutally slow and not as interesting as the first.
watching 'a boring world where concepts of dirty jokes don't exist'.
so far first episode was really good, which is a sign that it'll be decent series.
my favourite series are cowboy bebop, golden boy, ghost in the shell, ping pong, legends of the galactic heroes
>Michiko to Hatchin
have you seen samurai champloo? great anime, great soundtrack and they're sort of similar. a few similarities to early mushishi with it's isolate episodic take and of course afro samurai
>currently watching Gankutsuou
>favorite series are Mononoke, Cromartie High School and Jojo's Bizarre Adventure, in that order
r8 and h8 robots
it's just a comedy series that goes into a lot of different things like japanese culture and history..
what it's really about is a teacher who finds despair in everything, and his class who are related in the story. mostly it's just the student and teacher
>cowboy bebop, golden boy, ghost in the shell, ping pong, legends of the galactic heroes
what was your view on ping pong's ending though?
what would you say is the best then
it could be messed up later but boku dake ga inai machi has the most potential of the season imo
Shin chan for dub.
Part of the mastery of dubbing anything is the localization, shin chan does this well.
>Is this a zombie
>be a necrophile
>think for once in my life that I'm going to find an anime that caters to my tastes
>it's just a fucking anime schoolgirl
>there is no decomposition
>nothing like a corpse at all
>not even like the most vanilla of zombies
Don't listen to this guy, at least not about Is This a Zombie.
It's about equal with Show Genroku Rakugo Shinju
Not a lot really stands out this season. Dimension W is meh, KyoAni and PA Works are delivering shitfests, Ajin is ruined by fucking CG
Shirayuki is good though, it may end up being my AOTS again
A suicidal teacher who finds despair in everything and his class made up of yanderes and stalkers and hikikomoris and all sorts of unusual girls. It's like a tongue-in-cheek harem series, full of dark humor and social commentary.
Some of the jokes don't translate very well and the references can be pretty obscure for non-Japanese people. So some people might be tempted to drop it early on because they feel like they don't understand it-- but if they stick with it I think they'll fall in love with the characters and the author's style of comedy.
The best part of the series is the ending, which unfortunately hasn't been animated. It's a bizarre twist that completely changes the meaning of the entire series, but there are clues from the very beginning, even in the OPs and EDs of the anime. Rereading or rewatching the series after you know the secret can be like watching it for the first time again.
TL;DR: Cute girls with issues, intelligent humor, mind-blowing ending in the manga
i think it ended well
i liked the series because it's relateable. the ending too because it's like when you see how different things are when your older.. i dunno it's hard to explain
the build up into the last match was good as well.. the music of the series was good, which is what can make shows a lot better when it has decent music for me
I like sci-fi shit, my favourite so far has been GiTS 2, and I watch some of the episodic series occasionally. At the moment I'm watching Nazo no Kanojo X which has a pretty nift soundtrack
Any anons reccommend Serial Experiments Lain? Planning on maybe watching that next, if not, could someone add another to the millions I have a MAL entry bookmarked for?
What's the ending like in the anime? I am reluctant to read and watch a series because of the massive amount of overlap, if I can choose one over the other I prefer to. Is the anime's ending worth watching?
Don't forget to use spoiler tags, don't want to ruin it for everyone else who hasn't watched it.
You seriously don't know a thing about Ghost in the Shell?
Definitely watch Lain, but don't worry if you don't understand it.
If you haven't seen Legend of the Galactic Heroes then do that, it's more political space opera than strict science fiction (the science of how they manage to get around space travel is pretty irrelevant)
Everyone here is
TWGOK is my jam, maybe just because of my love for cheesy romcom stuff. It's different though, highly recommend it.
STAY AWAY FROM THE DUB
JFC low content bullshit now?
>Any anons reccommend Serial Experiments Lain
definitely watch it next, particularly as you like sci-fi, it's a great series and the many theories surrounding it are nice to explore
wont spoil, but there's some nice existential/reality based philosophy
The manga was still ongoing when the anime ended, so the anime doesn't really have an "ending."
But because the series is made up of disconnected plots and the overarching story doesn't start to emerge until the very end, there would be no problem with watching the anime first and then only reading the last 10 or so chapters of the manga. You won't feel like you're missing out on much, if anything at all.
Holy shit. No one really has listed Clannad or Code Geass. Holy shit.
These 2 stand above all that I've seen so far, not to say that there aren't a bunch of other good ones:
Great Teacher Onizuka
Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo
Darker than Black
Wolf Children (movie)
There's a lot more, but don't have more time to post.
But in all honesty, you really can't watch anime and never see Clannad and Code Geass. Clannad is the best school/drama/romance out there, and Code Geass is the best Action/etc out there, with the best ending to ANYTHING I've ever seen, including movies, tv, books, etc
Those two are must-watch. Period.
>Clannad is the best school/drama/romance out there
It's really not. The first season of Clannad is legitimately terrible and the school parts of it in general are pretty bad.
>Code Geass is the best Action/etc out there
Code Geass was great, but watch more anime, read more books and watch more movies
Steins;Gate and Monster are the only two series on your list that are really exceptional, and even then, Steins;Gate is rife with tropes and a much better game, and Monster is VERY drawn out and works better as a manga.
I just finished watching Paranoia Agent. I never wanted to deal with these feelings, I should have never gone off the CGDCT track.
Currently watching Osomatsu-san. Its pretty funny,
Would recommend atleast watching the first episode.
Its the best one
Tokyo Ghoul has one of the best soundtracks around, but the anime was fucking shit. Started off well and eventually became a mess, it's a shame because it's a really interesting take on the metamorphosis if that is indeed what it is. Kaneki's pain in contrast with Gregor's relative apathy, similar concepts but they tell a different story. Or would have if Tokyo Ghoul was good.
Same director as Texhnolyze? I should understand this show well enough having seen that, though there really didn't seem like there was much to get.
I know that these shows are cyberpunk rather than cyberprep or whatever the utopia type's called, but as cool as he was, I was kind of angry at the protagonist nearly the entire time. It looks like the protagonist in SER is a total computer pleb, but that shouldn't really be an issue right?
i loved this, best satoshi kon followed by perfect blue
not him but episode 8, 'happy family planning' was the most brilliant, would rewatch it as a standalone, particularly with the shadow and picture twist/mystery
Yes, that was probably a mistake. It does have a very interesting premise, and the first 4 or so episodes--but particularly the first, which was great--are quite good, but it eventually becomes very, very bad. Some people do like it though, I'd say you could continue watching the first season and see if you're one of those, but the second season cannot be salvaged.
5 centimetres per second, though this is a film, beautifully drawn, doesnt have the most depth but you'll cry
welcome to the nhk
paranoia agent (though it's more likely you'd cry in the middle if at all)
Just flicked on arise #1. I really like the gits universe. Even play the FPS vidya.
Here's some suggestions
Aku no Hana
Time of eve
Some episodes of the original FMA
f(x)=Cute(girls+things) has ruined the newer stuff in my view, but doesn't mean all of it is bad.
have to go back every now and then to listen to this soundtrack. I dont know why but it really stuck with me.
I'll expand on this.
I want to feel real emotion again. What's a show that will make me cry, that doesn't rely on "X character dies", or "X character falls out of love or has a relationship end"?
are samurai champloo, afro samurai, and michiko to hatchin(to an extent) the only anime that deal with or contain hip hop?
Just make a fucking parasyte thread already. That's some haunting music, i also really like the ED (right time). This show is one of the few ive rewatched that is a recent show. Probably 5+ times...
Welcome to the NHK still applies, as do 5 Centimetres per Second and Paranoia Agent.
With Shinkai's works itt's more likely that viewers cry because it's beautiful than that it's sad--I suppose that's real emotion.
Only caught up on Gundam IBO, and it's garbage. The anime airing I like the most is Heavy Object but I'm a few episodes behind.
I used to watch 20/season, but I can't do that anymore since so many shows are just not that good.
Detroit Metal City
Full Metal Jacket
Muromi on the shore
Currently rewatching Twin Spica and Mugen no Ryvius. Also the blu ray of the original ghost in the shell movie is GOAT
That's my favourite song from the anime, real feels. NHK was god-tier in nearly all respects (dat ending).
Favorite series would be idolm@ster or Love Live.
>tfw no friend to watch/talk idols with
I've been marathoning Hajime no Ippo, on episode 45 right now. As much as I love it, I'm kind of ready to move on to the new season. I'm really excited to see the jump in animation quality.
I prefer .hack. Log Horizon is extremely dialog heavy so don't go in expecting a lot of action. Most of it felt like slice of life which I didn't really care for either. The story isn't very interesting either as they mostly just sit around a table and talk about shit no one gives a fuck about.
better than Sword Art Online but still not excellent
I don't usually care for slice-of-life, but NNB hits the spot.
theres lots more manga then there is anime. most anime will be an adaption of a manga usually, so if you like an anime then the manga version will usually be more in depth. aswell it's 'easier' to make a manga (i think anime is done by computer for some now but it used to be hand drawn)
i prefer manga of chromartie high school and welcome to NHK compared to the anime. especially with chromartie which is a lot better in the manga with the jokes. same with one punch man manga compared to the anime
check out ajin demi-human, one of recent mangas that's my favourite.
>michiko to hatchin
I will never not be mad about the ending. What a huge disappointment
I find it difficult to enjoy anime because most have nothing to do with normal adults. It's almost exclusively about and for children/teens.
the only anime watcher who would say this is one who has not seen hunterxhunter
a brilliant seinen masked as a shonen. also, one anime is not indicative of good or bad taste, it's only one anime
If I hadn't kept taking months in breaks without watching anime, I'd have more completed shows. I'm only just now getting back to watching anime after having stopped again in early October. That said, this is tame
kino no tabi and hunter x hunter are the only two i could really call my favorite
Agreed on most of those. Faggots high on their own ass fumes will try to tell you those shows are overrated/plebby but honestly most people would enjoy series like those more than the rest of what anime has to offer. I'm surprised you have Kyousougiga there, it's a seriously underrated gem.
A lot of stuff, but the only show I'm watching multiple episodes a day is Lucky Star. Tsukasa is the cutest.
Hidamari x365, Lain, HxH, Nichijou, Clannad AS
Pic related, we're all somewhat close, then there's this guy >>26447601
The suicide episode is a masterpiece. The rest of the show wasn't as good but it was great fun and a really fresh experience.
There are a lot of anime that will tug at your heartstrings, but by a large margin the one that will have you shedding the most tears is Clannad. If you're lucky enough to experience it maximally you'll have at least a cathartic 10 minutes of crying and then a changed outlook on life. The last 15 episodes are quite a ride.
There are definitely things you could watch, Rakugo from this season comes to mind.
Ugh don't remind me ;_;
Kana is objectively the best girl and it makes me sad, I liked the anime though it was pretty neat
Recently watched Redline though, recommend it for anyone who likes high quality anime movies
Well I'll probably get crucified for this but one of my favorite animes was Akame ga Kill!
I love how dark it was, especially that first episode at the manor with the daughter
Followed by Durarara Sub of course
Legit one of the worst anime movies I've ever seen. It was honestly one of the few times I actually got mad that I wasted my time watching it.
put the fuckin names in damn
quite good taste, though you could go a little deeper to raise your powerlevel
what's the anime on the right of lain and the one below lain? and the manga below pluto? also all three on the right, i recognise them but cant remember the titles
do you need more top tier manga recommendations?
What does that even mean? Why are there so many heroin users on /r9k/, anyway?
>tells me to raise my powerlevel
>doesn't even recognise Madoka
I'm watching Assassination Classroom S2, Durarara S2, Dagashi Kanshi and GATE
My favorite anime is gotta be either Kaiji, Baccano!, Spice and Wolf or Mushishi
>tfw saw all the gunsmith cats OVA's
>tfw had so much fun watching them I'm reading the manga right now
Which is impressive because I normally don't have the attention span to read through manga. I hope they feature that Radinov chick in the manga too.
I only read completed manga these days because I can't stand reading manga week by week anymore, especially after what Berserk and TWGOK have put me through. Only non-finished manga I've read recently is Prison School and DeDeDeDestruction.
And the manga below Pluto is Onani Master Kurosawa and the three on the right are Usagi Drop, FMA (which will probably be replaced with Prison School) and Gunslinger Girl.
Narcissu will probably get dropped one of these days for Kikokugai or Subahibi.
You want a classic tragedy then? If you had a life of being mistreated elfen lied will make you feel, I cried the hardest I ever cried from a series due to it. It has more broad themes than just the individual characters, it dosent get you through the typical routes.
Ayyy, Votoms is pretty good, how far are you in?
Currently watching Erased/Boku dake(...), rewatching Zatch Bell, Lupin The Third (Red and Blue jacket) and Eden of The East
Favorites: JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, Lupin The Third, Cowboy Bebop
Guys my watcher stopped going red when I get replies, how do I fix it?
How about you just watch it and find out for yourself before you get spoiled? It's only 12 episodes, get the BDs by Meguca.
seems like youve read a lot but i'll recommend:
a cruel god reigns
boys on the run
stuff by yoshihiro tatsumi
a distant neighbourhood
hopefully you havent read most of them
Some people say that beginning is pretty sluggish, but it is worthwhile, the rest of the show is really good
Ye, I would say the manga more than the anime, the anime just was really weird and people acted really crazy, even the relationship between Kouji and Sayaka was totally different.
I always see that deconstruction thing thrownaround by people, when it comes to NGE and Madoca, who don't really have much experience with other mahou shoujo or mecha, it is just a thing I observed a while ago
>people on /r9k/ thinks Gurren Lagann and Kill la Kill are good animes
Do everyone on this board have this much shit taste
Spice and Wolf is the best thing to ever happen to anime
If anyone haven't see it yet, you guys should really see Shokugeki no Souma!
I'ts about a boy who enters the biggest food school in Japan and even thought he is from a low-middle class diner. He destroys the rich snobs kids.
Yeah, it's really fucking good too
I've read all the translated novels. Just don't think it will be like a really big action anime. It's more of an thriller. The anime does not start for real before episode 3 or 4
Just finished Evangelion + End of Evangelion. Pretty amazing desu. I kinda like the ending in episodes 25 and 26 more than the one in EoE though.
>ctrl+4 "SEKKOU BOYS"
only 1 response
COME ON ARCANINE
Is this the most /r9k/ mango ever made?
>autistic and cowardly main char
>people shitposting in the middle of an apocalypse
Legend of the Strongest Man Kurosawa is pretty robot, atleast in a wagecuck sense
Born to suffer.
>want to watch tons of anime and read tons of manga.
>school work prohibits such things
>even when school work is done can't relax and watch things
>new assignments pop up and consume more time.
You NEETs are you lucky.
I'm Currently watching NGE and Urusei Yatsura
My favorite is JoJo's
Currently watching Phantom world and Bahamut for this season.
Reina is best girl.
I've never seen Desert Punk mentioned here and that's inexcusable
>Post what you're currently watching
The third installment of Natsume's Book of Friends, it's been very comfy thus far and feels a tad related to stuff like Mushishi, Kino's Journey, Zettai Shounen, Ghost Hound etc.
>Post favorite series
Mostly the classics
Spent last week watching Parts 1 and 2 of JoJo, spend this week watching Part 3. Pretty good show.
What I've watched so far since I started actively watching anime again (in order):
>Attack on Titan
>Sword Art Online
>Akame ga Kill
>Parasyte -the maxim-
>Hunter x Hunter
>The Seven Deadly Sins
>Danganronpa: The Animation
>Aku no Hana
Older watches include Full Metal Panic, Full Metal Alchemist, Darker Than Black, NHK, Watamote, Gantz, Speed Grapher, Cowboy Bebop, Death Note, Desert Punk.
Liked everything listed, anyone have suggestions based on that?
>tfw he never got laid
Wow. Have you watched literally one anime that your average Chad on the street wouldn't have watched?
I'll give you some real recommendations:
Devil party CDE
Arukaru Ibichi Nachu Ma
Panda Fu Nu
Beach FANTASY 3
Wonder Sky Baby
Something like Soul Eater, D. Gray-man, Overlord, Black Lagoon, Canaan, Noir, Shingeki no Bahamut, Gungrave, Devil May Cry should probably be in line with what you've listed there.
Like this guy points out, a lot of what i've watched so far is pretty pleb, like the anon here >>26453538
I haven't seen Shinsekai Yori mentioned though. One of my favorites. Last thing i watched was [C]. Think i'll pull up Kaiji since it's been mentioned a bit
>Shit that literally doesn't exist
Shouldn't you be on /a/?
Lmao nigga, he did the same in a manga thread to prove that anime names are fucking retarded and you are falling for it
christ space-brothers is the worst thing ive ever seen
The fact that this works EVERY TIME just proves my point. You can type literally anything and people will believe its a real anime title until they google it. Just incorporate lots of unneeded punctuation, full word capitalization, and completely random word sequences, and finally japanese sounding bullshit. You would think the weebs would sniff that last part out but none of them even know Japanese.
Ubu Kubu, Ara Kirichirufara
Orphan Fairy TROUBLE?
Nabu Sama 4, Sama Nabu
LOGH I started watching it this year and the quality of the show improves with every episode.
Favorite is based on era:
80's Hokuto no ken
Early 90's would have to be macross/mospeda
Late 90's is a tie between beserk and gunsmith cats
Early 2000's scryed
Mid 2000's History's mightest disciple kenichi
2010's Jo Jo's Bizzare adventure(I know the manga is older and have seen the ova's earlier)
currently watching gate jitai something something, promising idea i expected to go downhill just like sao but it's still managing pretty good
fucking pissed though because it was my classmate who recommended me this anime and i hate watching incomplete series so now I have to wait for like 8 episodes to be released still
haven't really watched anything besides solcoms and moeshits for over a year although I love Higurashi and Another
Nichijou, Yuyushiki, Working and Yuru Yuri are probably my favorite solcoms/moeshits
You have guys irredeemably shit taste in anime.
Top taste anon
>mfw people watch subs if a dub is available
"The original voices are so much better even though I don't understand a word of it!!!!!
Pathetic snowflakes, the only acceptable time to watch subs when a dub is available is if the dub isn't finished yet and you don't want to be disorientated by switching mid way.
>watching dub unironically
I used to watch lots of animus to escape my sad reality and it used to make me happy. Few months ago all anime just became boring as hell.
How do I start enjoying them again? I kinda liked my weeb life.
the eva movies were great you contrarian faggot, at least Death and Rebirth & End Of Evangelion were
>nichijou for amateur weebs
70% of the jokes are puns or otherwise related to japanese culture and will be completely lost if you don't speak japanese. There are much better moe shows.
>anime just became boring as hell.
u might be fucked beyond help.
This season is filled with decent anime that would be perfect for escapism purposes tho.
here's what I'm currently watching:
konosuba, dude dies and gets to live in a fantasy world
boku dake ga inai machi, dude travels back in time to stop a serial killer
gate, medieval army from a fantasy world attacks modern day japan
utawarerumono kamen, dude wakes up in a medieval world with no memories, filled with animal people.
grimgar, ppl wake up in a mmo with no memories and struggle to survive.
If these shows won't work on you, (assuming you've seen most of the good shows already) nothing will.
>Someone recommends new animu
>Watch until latest episode
>A bunch of feely scenes
>Day has ended already and I'm sleeping later than usual without having studied at all
>Feel worse than before
it only took one animu
currently watching kyoukai no kanata, gonna check out the movies after i'm done with the series
enjoyed memegatari series a lot but i felt like i was missing out on a lot of shit considering i know jackshit japanese, sakurasou no pet na kanojo is probably my favorite besides that
The first Kyoukai no Kanata movie is a recap movie (meaning it just retells the story of the series)
It's still pretty good, but probably not necessary to watch it right after watching the series.
I dont know man. I really like to savor the good anime and manga. I usually take breaks based on context and where the story leads. Like if the arc is finished I would leave the show for next day, but when shit get intense I cant let it go. Sometimes when I finish a good series I would think about it for days.
This is probably a long shot but does anyone know if it's possible to get manga in pdf/epub/mobi/whatever formats? I just got an e-reader recently and it'd be nifty to be able to read them on it.
Legend of the Galactic Heroes is the only anime anybody ever needs
Honestly all good stories are at least a little bit gay
Gangsta kind of fell apart though. It was a weird adaptation by a studio that was practically burning to the ground while it was released.
Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo Koukaku no Pandora