Has an anime ever made you cry?
What show had made you cry the hardest?
Rainbow: Nisha Rokubou no Shichinin
The only anime to make me ever lose my shit
Angel Beats came dangerously close with Yui's flashbacks before she disappeared. That was out of left field.
GJ-bu's OVA almost got me as well. I love that series, but it hurts knowing it's over.
Jinrui wa Suitai Shimashita had something that made me shed a tear, but for the life of me I can't remember what it was. Not full on crying though, just a sad tear.
Heroman also came close when
Heroman was killed near the end of the series.He really grew on me as a character, even if he never really spoke. It's like my childhood self saw his favorite hero die.
Pic related though, this got me. Fuck you, you adorable little Frankenstein girl. I didn't need those feels.
>people actually cried over Angel Beats
Are you fucking serious?
Has about as much well executed drama as a Lifetime original movie.
Works like a charm everytime. Although the manga does it better.
Pic related because I love this episode.
Kobato because I love the series also fell in love with ashita kuru hi.
GJ-bu in a good way.
Gosick - The ongoing watch hit me pretty hard.
>Jinrui wa Suitai Shimashita had something that made me shed a tear, but for the life of me I can't remember what it was. Not full on crying though, just a sad tear.
Maybe it was the bullying. I can't think of anything else that would bring someone to cry in that show
Anyway I cried at the end of K-ON
A couple other times but I can't remember what shows.
>ending of Angel Beats
>Toradora's bear scene
when Hachikuji leaves
>teared up during Shigatsu's last episode
>During Steins;Gate confession and during the OVA again
>One more time, one more chance
>last episode of Tasogare Otomo x Amnesia
I know already that I'm a a pathetic crybaby. In fact I also cried during NHK for how miserable it made me feel.
Like a bitch.
Yeah, a lot. Maybe not cry but tear up.
Of course there are things like Kanon, Air etc which is really sad
But then there's depressing ones like a few Cowboy Bebop episodes, Trigun maybe.
Even Steins;Gate at a certain point.
And I'm certain that there were a lot more I don't recall right now.
But as I said, not a real weeping cry, just teared up eyes, maybe 1-2 teardrops
I cried at the end of Yuki Yuna is a Hero. Especially during the scene where
Itsuki got her singing voice back. I cried when she lost it too, because I knew her dream was dead. Made me feel bad.
I also teared up to Acchi Kocchi recently because I'll never be a moe character doing cute things with friends
I know this is OT but play Trails in the Sky. I've cried like a little fucking bitch for what seemed half an hour.
It was great
That episode of Soul Eater where Maka befriends Crona makes me cry the most.
If movies count, this shit made me cry like a bitch multiple times throughout.
Clannad made me bawl like a fucking baby. Fucking bitch tears.
This always manages to get some bitch tears out of me. Especially when Blue starts playing.
FREEEEEEEEEEEEE I WANNA BE FREEEEEEEEEEEE
This shit made me bawl for like a half hour
I never bothered with the second season, is it worth it?
Holy shit, this. And tears of joy from pic related.
>tfw tear up almost every episode because you see many traits of satou in yourself
>tfw you start reflecting on your life and remember the dissapointment you are
NHK hits home hard even if im still bit above the hikki status
I haven't seen too many anime so sorry for my pled taste.
Kamina's death in Gurren Lagann fucked me up so hard I couldn't continue watching the show for 3 days. I still get teary when I watch it.
Sayaka turning into a witch and pretty much all of episode 10 killed me in Madoka.
Honestly the congratulations bit from Evangelion but only because I haven't figured out how to love myself yet, also the Thanatos track.
I tried not to cry at the end of K-on. I tried.
I can't remember if I cried when Caeser died in Jojo, but I might have teared up.
Also not me, but my sister cried like a bitch when Eren got eaten in Attack on Titan. I think it's because she thought Armin was gonna get eaten.
>Honestly the congratulations bit from Evangelion but only because I haven't figured out how to love myself yet, also the Thanatos track.
This so bad
I cry at all these scenes where people find out how to love themselves, become happy etc. while I remain miserable
I feel so happy for them that I start to tear up and forget that theyre not real people
Angel beats when yui leaves
Your Lie in April, multiple episodes
Tatami Galaxy, ending
Shinsekai Yori, last few episodes
Watamote, could relate a little bit too much at some points
Probably more but can't think of others off the top of my head at the moment.
Near the end of the series of Hikaru no go!
Gets me every time
The tachikoma sacrifice hit me harder in season 1.
2nd Gig one got me too, but I felt a little underwhelmed with it. That and the whole ending of 2nd Gig. It was great and I liked it but I can't shake the feeling that it could be been much better.
Not him, but I like RahXephon mostly for the characters and the way their relationships unfold. Asahina, Megumi, the white snake guy, and the commander especially had some really good material/episodes.
That's precisely what turned me off from it. I felt like all the characters acted illogical and without motive, or their motives never surfaced.
For example, in think there was a scene where the MC saw the christmas cake love interest kissing some guy, then he obviously gets really bummed out and doesn't talk to her for an episode. Then, seemingly out of nowhere they're best friends again later. Correct me of I'm wrong, but that's how I remember the scene.
PLANETES fucked me up good several times.
How? They were just space janitors. Why did it affect me so hard?
After all... it was chasing after you that I loved the most.
I'm pretty sure it was within 2-3 episodes. But it may have been a time skip or something of the sorts.
In addition to that, was the plot explained? Going along with motives, I didn't really get a sense of what was going on or why. It also felt like they tried to do a lot with sub-plots, but they didn't work because we didn't really get to know the characters.
I read through a lot of reviews and most of them said how good the character/plot development was. I really tried to like it and see what everyone enjoyed in it, but I don't get it.
Some people say that it is. I got so full of that Menma shit it was hard finishing and was pretty annoyed at the end. If you can ignore how much it wants you cry over the same thing over and over again, watch it.
I was a kid when i watched it, and i cried, that was the only time i cried on chinese cartoon
Every fucking time I can't hold myself.
Never cried, but this was the closest I've ever gotten. Solanin was fantastic.
disappearance of haurhi suzumiya. the movie is the only really good part but it is incredible
>I thought the ending on Angel Beats was fucking good
I haven't seen much anime, but the ending of Azumanga Daioh really hit me hard. The entire last couple of episodes, where you know it's coming and you know the happiness has to end, gives me serious feels.
>Also, Chiyo-chan staying home while her friends do exams, then sitting and snapping hundreds of sets of chopsticks for good luck
The other ultimate feel from unexpected anime is episode 22 of Lucky Star, with Konata's mother. I call the waaambulance every time.
Hunter x Hunter is so painful.
This guy and that whale.
I liked the ending too anon. Hinata best bro.
>Tfw get emotional pretty easily, hype moments and endearing shit makes me tear up quickly.
>Emiya vs Archer from Emiya's PoV
Ilya sacrificing herself for Shirou
Katawa Shoujo Emi route
>HF Normal End.
>all those flasback before this scene
That was a brilliant way to make your viewer get hit the hardest. Opening up old and yet lingering memories of wanting to be with someone but you have to move on made me cry with bittersweet feeling.
Not that kind of bawling but just shed of tears of regret of what I could have done to my childhood crush.
Track that plays during the whole reveal just fucking kills my shit up, too.
Save it for the right time. No interruptions, fully focused, get your body Reggie and experience probably the best anime movie created to date. Actually I recommend you save it for Christmas or winter since it really fits the mood of the film.
This sequence fucking broke me
In English it lost weight because they stupidly translated the sfx as POMF
Meh. Either one works, but I prefer the chronological order. Take your time with it man, one of the only anime where I wish I could un-watch it to experience the same feeling again. I re-watch it now and then but... It's not the same. Oh tfw.
I watched this series properly (one episode a day) so this shit hit hard when it came around.
DBZ made me cry, episode 184 specifically. After all the emotional investment of watching every episode of Dragonball and DBZ up until that point, Gohan's short monologue and scream absolutely crushed me
I cry when she cries. I feel the pain that she feels.
Too often people dismiss RahXephon as shitty EVA ripoff, and it's not like they're entirely wrong. It's obviously EVA ripoff and also worse than EVA (what isn't?), but I think it's pretty good nevertheless. Definitely underrated.
Anime turned me into a pussy that crys whenever a scene turns on the sentimental music. Rewatching Under water ray romano currently and ep 2 released the tears.
Hanekawa's confession on Monogatari Second Series. She's not even my favorite character but man, the events leading up to her confession and the fact that she knew exactly what answer she'd get... and she did it anyway... ugh
because planetes had genuinely good character development and characters people can relate to. For a show that's mostly remembered here by autists for its hard science, Planetes is probably one of the most humanly real anime series there is out there. It is incredibly humanistic, ironically the science part really is secondary.
This. This this this. Several times.
Why? Because they were people. That was the theme of the show. It's not about space but the people that inhabit it. With all the science and politics and economics of the setting, you didn't care. It was all going on in the background, a bigger picture we never entirely got to see. Wide reaching decisions that would impact every person on the planet were being made, but here we are crying over a space garbage man and woman. They were the single least significant part of the setting, but the one we cared about the most.
Not only made me this cry but its also a 10/10 experience
>That immediate reaction of 'dead god what have I done?'
Wolf's Rain made me tear up, but then it went too far at the very end. Many scenes in Monster made me cry a little, and then
Grimmerat the end finally did it. I cried at the end of Initial D second Stage and the Third Stage movie.
>younger sister was paraplegic since she was six because of a similar accident
>passed away in late '09
>Yui reminded me of my sister when she was younger throughout the entire show
>then this episode happens
Hinata would be an awesome brother in law, though.
The final half-dozen episodes of Gurren Lagann were basically a bawwww-fest for me. Just manly tears from end to end. Kittan's death hit harder than Kamina's and the Anti-Spiral's dream trap, with everyone realising they have one final fight ahead of them... say what you will, but that shit was effective as fuck. I hate using the word 'epic', but it was, in the classic sense. A story that was so much bigger than the sum of its parts. I'm gonna take so much shit for saying it, but fuck it.
Well, that actually kind of works. Can't be a great feeling to realize that you've gone and fucking broken your waifu with your bullshit in the same instant that you realize you want nothing more than to hold her close and be comforted by her loving presence.
Honey and Clover
Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso during his
firstpiano concert. It just got me.
[email protected] at the end of Chihaya's arc.
I don't get this, people say Haibane but I felt nothing emotional save for maybe the end with Raka. With
whatever her name is leaving and going past the wall, I felt was incredibly overrated. We only got to know her for a few episodes and there was really no immense buildup.
Only time I cried.
Sora no woto first episode always gets me.
This series was a shit tier tearjerker
I have never been as bored as I was when I watched this shitfest
The kid was the most annoying character possible and his death just couldnt move me, maybe if the girl died it would've been feelsy
i cried to code geass when rolo died, what got me was that even though he was told that he wasn't loved he still gave his life and said you were lying i love you still , shit got to me senpai
This scene killed me. I loved those cogni-tank.
That left me desensified more than sad.
The promotion episode was what did it to me.
Didn't care enough about the characters
Like a punch in the stomach, that.
The ending did it for me.
"Yuki means snow"
Like Bebop, didn't care enough.
Like Tex, it was too sad for tears, ironically.
Not the mini-Ika episodes? I cried like a bitch at the first.
Agreed. Though not my favorite genre.
Nagi no asukara made me cry like a bitch and feel empty inside once the ride was over.
Nunally having a flashback of the whole series and realizing that all what Lelouch did was ONLY for her is just too much for me.
I doubt anyone here has even seen this.
But the ending made me tear up pretty bad.
Fuck me i cried at the half of the speech and itjust kept going on and on
There was a really big change in my life at the time and it helped me get past it.
This is why i watch anime. To come to terms with myself and keep going at hard times. Because in the end, everything is going to be
Also Toradora at the christmas scene and Hanbun notsuki ga noboru sora.
These shows find me at just the right time... [\spoiler]
everyone has sad titles that make them cry like a bitch but to this day I can't understand why did I cry at the last episode of Nichijou
it isn't sad or anything, just
>"This one spins when you are really happy!"
Ive never really cried watching an anime but I do get teary eyed from sadness and happiness.
The most recent one was episode 6 of the new Utawarerumono season. Seeing Kagura and Touka again, them having bitter sweet feelings about Hakuro, and the toast at the end of the episode Congratulating Kuon. It brought back some old memories.