will definitely be checking out tasogare otome x amnesia - already reading the manga and so far it seem really good - already watching gokujo. - totally outrageous and funny as hell - may check out sankarea - other than that this looks like a whole lot more cliche anime fluff - too bad the industry's so afraid to take risks with anime these days...
Anyways, definitely Fate/Zero, of course. Kuroko no Basuke seems pretty interesting. I'll probably check out Hiiro no Kakera and Zetman.
You do know Kore wa Zombie Desuk ka? Has nothing to do with "Braaaaains" zombies right, the main character was just brought back to life by a necromancer and he cant die, he's nothing like an actual zombie.
Will look at the following in addition to those I noted before:
Fushigi no Umi no Nadia Remastered
Lupin Ikka Seizoroi
-animeS - The plural of anime is anime. More than one deer is still deer. There is no damn "s". -epic |ˈepik| noun•a work portraying heroic deeds/adventures covering an long period of time - adjective • heroic/grand in scale or character Active Military, Prior Service, and Veteran's Anime Club http://myanimelist.net/clubs.php?cid=25937&time=1299710079
Eureka Seven AO
Ginga e Kickoff!!
Hiiro no Kakera
Kimi to Boku. 2
Kuroko no Basket
Nijiiro Hotaru: Eien no Natsuyasumi
Sakamichi no Apollon
Scryed Alteration II: Quan
Quick question for anyone familiar with the Eureka Seven sequel. Is it a direct sequel or a more "spiritual" sequel that I don't really need to watch the first one to understand? I've watched 19 episodes of the first season but I doubt I'll be able to finish it before spring starts (it's been on my watch list for almost a year now).