ITT: post a personal 10/10 with a brief explanation why.
Hard mode: no shitting on other anons' taste.
Pic related is it for me. Mirai was perfectly cute, the action was well choreographed and meaningful, and the fanservice was present but not overwhelming.
I'm surprised you felt that way. I felt like it attempted SEVERAL different things but didn't particularly shine at any of them. It was very fine anime, but it wasn't perfect with any aspect.
>no shitting on other anons' taste
>gets shit on immediately
Your fault for starting with a near-universally considered weak show, OP.
Either way K-On! is a miracle and miracles don't need explaining.
Redline is my favorite.
It's really well animated and the plot is simple enough to be able to follow while high, which is how I consume anime 90% of the time.
I identified so much with Watashi and fell in love with Akashi that it was pivotal in allowing myself to man up and face the music. I still love that series to this day.
I really needed Gintoki's advice when I started watching it.
A cute girl and some pretty action is all it takes to get a 10/10 in your book? Fuck your hard mode you deserve to get shit on for being such a faggot.
Doubutsu no Kuni.
The art has got an insane amount of energy, the story is concise and expertly-told, and it doesn't overstay its welcome. It does want it wants to and then it ends. Also has one of the best fucking finales I've ever seen.
When the hell will Makoto Raiku make a new serialization?
Whisper of the Heart
John Denver is the man and Shizuku a cute. Plus it has a nice life lesson. My all around favorite Ghibli film.
For an actual series I would probably say K-On. I love every episode.
Why would you post your homescreen?
It's beautiful and all, but it doesn't make any sense.
The transparent Mirai PNG isn't even properly done, look at the holes in the skirt and how badly the hair is done.
I wouldn't rate it 10/10, but I feel like it wrapped up the story well. Even though people complained about the excessive crying, I actually liked it; nice to see some time spent on perfecting the emotions for the scenes
the anime that allowed me to grasp what "art" truly is. ty nippon for this sublime work
Battle Angel Alita
TO.THIS.DAY I have yet to find something that will fill the hole that hole has left me with. It gave me a good story, amazing world building, grade a character design and most of all the fight scenes blew me away. Every so often I good back and read the finals of LO. This was a masterpiece in my eyes.
He failed the hardmode, but honestly you should know better that /a/ and most of 4chan in general is not a hugbox like certain other sites. It's what makes this place great. You can have different opinions and call each other out on those opinions however you want.
Defined modern josei/coa stories.
Serial Experiments Lain
All my 10/10
I find all of them visually interesting, with generally nice sound design, and engaging interesting stories.
M.D Geist aims to deliver heavy metal gore, cool fights, and a sick soundtrack.
Everything about it is perfect. It all fits into an orgy of death.
Higashi no Eden is one of the most unique experiences I've ever had with anime. For once it felt like I was watching a series that wasn't created by and for 14 year olds. A shame there wasn't more to it.
Mio was quirky girl who gets scared easily and acts like an innocent child.
Azusa was a little busybody that slowly warmed up to the club's ways. She tried to act much more mature than her age.
They're very different characters.
unlike most shows i have watched, all of the characters were likeable, the story was interesting and engaging, especially near the end, and using classical music for the score fit the show perfectly. I'm also a huge fan of well written female main characters and fantasy stories.
Ahiru is cute and perfect
Cute and Perfect!!!!
A certain scientific railgun. Has literally everything I like.
Science vs magic, unique interesting powers used in creative ways, awesome setting, badass OP characters, and strong cute girls. Fucking awesome
Better than the OP's shit reasoning at least, but is just pandering to your tastes all it takes to be a 10/10 masterpiece? It doesn't have to have some successfully delivered deeper meaning or exceedingly excellent execution?
No anime is just dumb entertainment.
Yeah some people really think like this.
I love Eve no Jikan because it challenges the definition of what can be considered a person and that kind of plotline really gets me.
I guess you're talking about the movie, that was pretty good.
interesting. You mean the movie? If you're talking about the TV series I respectfully disagree. I felt it tried to be too many things and changed tone too much with each episode. Only thing I honestly enjoyed was the Nase siblings incest subtext.
Probably Cowboy Bebop.
Lots of reasons why I liked it, but my favourite was the way in which Spike approached death. Settled me a little when I was having some crippling thoughts about mortality.