I made a rule that I wouldn't add anything new to my list until I'd cleared the current one.
Since then, I have added over 20 series to the list.
Triage X's 11th episode and a few Dragon Ball movies not counted on here.
Nice, I should probably do that myself.
I should probably also start watching shit, instead of spending my whole day on /a/
Of course not. I'm in a low enjoyment phase right now, so I'm not going at it hardcore.
I dropped Erin, and it was a load off my mind because I felt bad putting off watching it everyday.
Still watching Mokke and Shirokuma Cafe, and I'm pushing myself to finish the first season of Love Live because I only have two episodes left.
You did, it was at the Q and A thread at ANN's anime watching challenge. This is the asshole that thought "lets add Katanagatari to the list of shows". It might be forgivable if there was also TV Berserk and not just the movies.
Here's my current backlog lined up, currently watching B Gata H Kei which is pretty funny.
Finish Nodame Cantabile then watch Katagatari afterwards, pace it and watch an episode a night.
You can't really go wrong with choice there, I'd say watch Sora no Woto, Planetes if it's not the manga then just wait for the hard cover coming out next month, Spice & Wolf, Ashita no Joe and I Am a Hero would be my picks. Homunculus is also good reading, reminds me of Urusawa's works in some areas.
I only have 140 episodes left of Astro Boy. I'll get there.
I'm re-organizing my anime backlog. For now here's my comic backlog.
My mistake, wasn't sure if you'd mixed in your manga backlog with anime backlog
why isn't Glass Mask there?
Also you can drop Reborn! unless you're reading it for some guilty pleasure type thing, the pay off isn't worth it but at least one arc was fun. Read Psyren if you want a nice shounen.
I suggest the Medaka Box manga over the anime. not even a "manga is always better" faggot, but medaka box just completely stops at the end of the season. there is literally 0 ending and leaves just an empty feel in mouth. the series is really enjoyable though and has decent ending
I had a hard drive failure, so technically, yes. My backlog is finished.
You and I can be bros
The achievement of finishing a show has become more satisfying than the shows themselves.
It's less a backlog and more like an infinite hold pile. I've started all of them, and just said I'll watch them later.
>pathetically small backlog
>still can't be arsed to finish it
Can be, but RAID 1 can usually (depending on the controller) be split into individual drives. Most controllers treat RAID 1 as multiple independent drives that simply copy each other, so they can be split/moved to new systems as needed.
I was done with my backlog during summer.
But now I've downloaded shit ton of shows again.
When will it stop? There should be the end somewhere, right?
A professional RAID requires picking drives from separate batches, actual intelligent admin upkeep, and a willingness to replace the drives that fail.
RAID 0 is literally garbage tier for people who literally want to lose their data. Never. Not ever.
RAID 1 is a literal backup. You don't even need to RAID it, just make yourself a damn backup.
RAID 5 is entry level territory.
RAID 6 is entry level territory, with more money to burn.
If you're trying to make any kind of RAID with less than 5 HDDs, you've failed. go with JBOD.
Nope, but I started measuring its growth rate recently.
Finally getting to K-ON s2 this week, yeeeeeeah!
Enjoy it anon, it's something special.
>never watched anime until around a month ago
>had to stop doing heroin and find something to fill the void
>backlog already close to 100 shows and growing every day
>full blown hikikomori now and barely maintain any connection with reality
should have just kept shooting up
If you enjoy trainwrecks - keep watching, FUN and stupid twists are beginning. If you want your stuff to be logical and serious then you are going to see some pain.
You're not out of time, that's the whole point.
If you have so much that you want to watch that there's literally not enough time in the day for it, isn't that a wonderful thing?
You have the rest of your life to finish watching, and it's okay to take your time.
Don't rush to the end, because once you get there, you'll find there was never any sort of prize.
Bad anime can be
funtoo, in it's own way.
Not everything needs to be 10/10 would watch again.
And if everything you watch is 10/10, doesn't that just make it average?
That being the case, almost everything becomes below average, so it's harder to enjoy anything.
Just like with life, you need to take the good with the bad.
My backlog is up to 301 and grows almost every fucking time I get on /a/.
Been too busy keeping up with muh western TV shows and vidya lately to actually watch the animu, but with a con this weekend, I might have renewed strength to pound some out.
Don't lead him towards the suicide.
I need my anons to discuss animu with.