tsuritama and sakamichi are the best, too bad they're ending today.
tsuritama has such good art and a good feel and how it built up… can't wait to see how it's going to end.
I just started watching bakemonogatari, inu x boku ss, and my little sister can't be this cute.
All of them seem pretty decent. I've been looking for a anime with alot of good meta-humor on the industry/fans, and MLSCBTC seems to deliver on that.
Tsuritama is so much fun! The colors are so pretty! And it has the best opening that I've seen in years.
Heino Heino Heino~
I hate to double post, but I forget the best part of the show: Yuki's face.
Everyone in the world should watch Tsuritama
Recommend some to me now.
Higurashi no Naku Koro Ni (Kai preferably)
-Daily Lives of Highschool boys (azumanga/nichijou style humor and slice of life…BUT WITH BOYS?!? and sarcasm. Very funny)
-Ghost Hound (if you liked the supernatural and creepy aspects of higurashi the best)
-Hyouka (if you preferred the mystery of higurashi)
-Samurai Seven (p. good samurai show)
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Those all seem pretty cool. Thanks, I will check them out! <3
It has been too long. Any suggestions for me? Since all of my spring shows are ending…
I was thinking about watching Kimi ni Tokode, it seems popular enough. Or maybe Gokusen, I remember catching it on like G$ or some other weird channel a few times back in Middle school. Delinquents are cool. and before anyone says watch kromatie, I CANNOT FIND A WORKING PLACE TO WATCH IT ANYWHERE ;A: SOMEONE HALP
-The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya (loved all of it except EE)
-Puella Magi Madoka
-Panty and Stocking With Garterbelt
-Hellsing (liked it until the crappy finale, never got a chance to see Ultimate, but will someday)
-School Days (I know I should have played the VN, because it's probably a lot better, but I saw the anime before I knew about it)
-Grave of the Fireflies
So I'm kind of all over the place. I like dark stuff, I like dark humor, I like light stuff, I like light humor, I like cute characters, I like gritty characters, I like deconstructions and parodies, and I like interesting character-driven stuff.
Also, I am totally obsessed with the Tsukihime series, but I've never seen the (alleged) anime (that may or may not exist). Should I?
Well poop. My anime life is stagnant. All the shows all like, even though not very mainstream people have heard of.
Minus a few, this is the bulk of anime I have already seen and would recommend.http://myanimelist.net/animelist/Frate
fak I need new-gen anime that isn't Nyaruko, kimi ni todoke, MLSCBTC, or inu x boku.
I ended up trying kimi ni todoke today, and I love it!
I don't quite understand the point of watching any anime on television…
You can download the entire series, and watch it right away on your TV. Not to mention, toonami/adult-swin only airs (gasp)
I honestly have not watched TV in several months, and don't plan to for the foreseeable future.
Just started watching tsuritama yesterday, got through 2 episodes, don't really see any appeal yet, but then again, the story hasn't even started.
oh god not that pic again
I was lukewarm on it at first, but I ended up liking it more bit by bit. If nothing else, I think it's sort of…I dunno, refreshing? Probably not for everyone, I guess.
Also Tapioca. I really like this duck.
Serial Experiments Lain
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Some animu I have recently watched and not hated:
Serial Experiments Lain
I feel like I should watch more, but manga is so much faster.
I prefer manga too. Most of the anime I watch is stuff that started that way, like Panty & Stocking, Madoka Magica, etc. More options, smaller downloads, easy to find direct downloads instead of torrenting, longer stories.
I visual novel.
But right now, I'm watching 'Another' and 'Sayonara Zetsubo Sensei.'
Not to mention I can sit down and read a chapter in like 10 minutes or less. An anime episode is a 25 minute commitment. Read a little here, and a little there. You can't really do that with anime.