People live their lives bound by what they accept as correct and true. That's how they define "reality". But what does it mean to be "correct" or "true?" Merely vague concepts... their "reality" may all be a mirage. Can we consider them to simply be living in their own world, shaped by their beliefs?Itachi Uchiha(Naruto)
I watched the entire series of Blood+ over the course of about 4 days, so that'd be 50 consecutive episodes. But the longest must've been about 110 episodes of Bleach as it was the first anime I watched. since then I've not been very good at watching just one anime, always get bored and start a new one lol xD.
For me it'd be 220 episodes of Naruto, but I was only starting anime then, so I didnt know of other series (well, I knew Cardcaptor Sakura and Sailor Moon, but not as 'anime'). After I actually started watching different series, I'd say it was 42-43 episode of Kemono no Souja Erin (would have been 50, but they were stil airing it, and I had other series while I waited for a week for the next :P)
Not counting Bleach, which was the first anime ever downloaded to watch, it's probably a tie between various 26 episode shows I've sat down and watched all of in one sitting. I think my current Monster binge might have that beat, but I'd have to check when the last time I watched a different anime was. It's hard to watch just one anime at a time when you're also watching lots of airing shows too, though, since I don't want to get behind on anything.
I think Juuni Kouki, which I completed fully without watching any other series. I was sort of obsessed with it then.
And Nodame Cantabile Paris and Final. Since both are only 12 episodes, I watched them both (almost) in one sitting so I don't watch any other titles in between.
Another one would be I think Gintama, though I can't recall until what episode.. Maybe at around 60 or 90...?
I usually (or used to) watch animes series by series (until completion) but lately, or rather the last 1-2 years I've been watching a lot of series' first or two episodes and then leaving it on-hold for a really long time... Lack that dedication I suppose :/