Discussion in 'TV, Video, and Film' started by light tear drop, Mar 10, 2017.

  1. Well I enjoy black butler [​IMG]
    one punch man [​IMG]
    Xam'd lost memories [​IMG]
    soul eater
    [​IMG] ect ect how about you? (non of this belong to me WHAT SO EVER!)
  2. Sergei Sóhomo

    Sergei Sóhomo Well-Known Member

    Don't care for it for the most part, but I can say I love Kanon

    And absolutely bloody love the Saga of Tanya the Evil

  3. this one is funny [​IMG] its watamote
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  4. WolfyJake

    WolfyJake Professional Cuddlefluff

    Not sure if it counts, but I really love Persona 3 & 4. And Probably 5 as well. Technically they're games, but they're pretty much playable anime. Plus Persona 4 had a 20-something episode anime series to go with the game. And Persona 3 had an anime movie.
    Persona 3 FES coming to NA PSN PS2 Classics.jpg P4GPoster.jpg Persona 5.jpg
    When it comes to actual anime shows, I only really watch Initial D. :p
    Pokémon too, but that doesn't count.
    Last edited: Mar 10, 2017
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  5. Just finished Re: Zero a little while ago. Am watching Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid. Love them both.

    I will pretty much watch anything that isn't normal slice of life.
    Watamote, which was suggested above is awesome though.
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  6. Lcs

    Lcs Well-Known Member

    Baccano! is an anime that I really enjoyed a lot.

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  7. Sergei Sóhomo

    Sergei Sóhomo Well-Known Member

    My friend has spent a good 4 years telling me to watch Baccano

    He still does it
  8. SSJ3Mewtwo

    SSJ3Mewtwo Administrator Staff Member

    Hunter x Hunter


    Starts of cute and fun, with a couple cute kids heading out into the world for fun and adventure.

    Then the gay clown guy starts murdering people, one of the cute kids murders another guy, and by the end of the currently available animated plotline the main characters are trying to prevent human extinction by participating in a war against monsters in North Korea.
  9. nerdbat

    nerdbat Green butt of reason

    Cowboy Bebop. You'll laugh a lot, then you'll cry a lot, then for the rest of your life you'll have to carry the weight of the fact that you just saw greatest anime series in existence.
  10. nerdbat

    nerdbat Green butt of reason

    Damn, haven't seen it in a while, it's like having a deja-vu! [ba dum tss] I still remember it back from when it was running in the 90s [ba DUM *smashed the drum set*]
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  11. xofrats

    xofrats The cat said what?

    Orange a love drama about regret. Usually I don't like the whole "A loves B but B wants C that loves D" but I like this one. The kids are more adult about their feelings.


    Plastic memories. Another drama about how good memories can turn bad, and if sad memories are better than no memories.

    and now to something completely different. Gurren Lagann is just awesome! :D
  12. modfox

    modfox The poltergheist that haunts the forum

  13. Sergei Sóhomo

    Sergei Sóhomo Well-Known Member

    You may enjoy When they Cry


    First 2 seasons are the show and anything beyond that is just disgusting fan service
    Last edited: Mar 11, 2017
  14. Ashwolves5

    Ashwolves5 Miss Fluffy Bottom

    Deadman wonderland and d greyman are both good. I really want to see the rest of no game no life come out as well as one piece.
  15. nerdbat

    nerdbat Green butt of reason

    They're very different, I would say. Basically, When They Cry is a bunch of dudes desperately trying to make dark and edgy anime while hiding it under cutesy mass-appealing facade, while Hunter x Hunter is a dude desperately trying to make cutesy mass-appealing manga/anime, but constantly adding more and more disturbing shit to the mix because he can't help himself but do just that, lol.
  16. Sergei Sóhomo

    Sergei Sóhomo Well-Known Member

    Moe on moe violence is still moe on moe violence
  17. nerdbat

    nerdbat Green butt of reason

    That's the thing, HxH isn't "moe on moe" - it's all over the place, from overblown JoJobattles to edgy gangster shootouts.
  18. Sogreth

    Sogreth Local Cuddle Bear and Wannabe Writer

    I like Avatar. Last Airbender and Korra. Even though they are American Animes, so they don't really count....but it's the closet thing to Anime that I watch, other than like Naruto or Pokemon.

    I also like the Tales of- series of games. They are games, but pretty anime.

    I did watch Claymore though, I liked that one. Only had 1 season though. I know it continues with the manga/comic (w/e), but I can't be bothered.
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  19. katalistik

    katalistik People used tap, it's not very effective.

    Wow Claymore was awesome!One of the best animes to be honest,Claire is love & Claire is life.
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  20. Multoran

    Multoran Active Member

    To begin with, I would say that I can't stand anime that looks like absolute shite.
    There's no reason these days that anime has to choose between having good content and having good animation.
    Hunter x Hunter can rot, and so can One Punch Man. Someone mentioned Avatar/ Korra, which first of all aren't even anime. Second of all, the latter was absolute shite.
    Naruto can have really good animation, but also really shite animation. The story started off really good, but eventually regressed into an all-consuming obsession with the Sharingan and Tailed Beasts. Never mind the literal years of filler bull shit. Attack on Titan had amazing animation, but it gave in to the ridiculous, childish notion that bigger is cooler, and executed it in such a fashion that I couldn't help but recall watching Power Rangers as a child. It now seems to be heading in such a direction as to please Sasquach theorists by appealing to their fetish in the upcoming second season.
  21. Sogreth

    Sogreth Local Cuddle Bear and Wannabe Writer


    They are technically anime, but as I said, they are American Anime, like Teen Titans. I'm sure there are more, those are the only ones I can think of right now.

    And I honestly really liked Korra. Obviously it's not as good as the original, but it had it moments, I liked that it was a bit darker. It appeals more to an older audience than the original series.
  22. Sergei Sóhomo

    Sergei Sóhomo Well-Known Member

  23. Multoran

    Multoran Active Member

    You look sexy o;
  24. nerdbat

    nerdbat Green butt of reason

    Oooh, heck... I expect this to be a rather "fun" conversation when you mention two of more technically impressive TV titles available as "examples of bad animation", but before starting one, I would like to know what you consider an "anime that looks like shite" in the first place. Are you talking about titles that rely on stills over moving objects, like Sakamoto or JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, or titles that use a lot of limited animation to stretch the budget around, like Kill La Kill? I mean, without having a clear definition, you can label every TV anime show as the one that "looks shite".
  25. Sogreth

    Sogreth Local Cuddle Bear and Wannabe Writer

    Someone obviously woke up on the wrong side of the bed :)

    So I'll leave you to that then.

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