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Oct 9, 10:38 AM
May 24, 1989
West Coast - America
December 2, 2007
519 (Find All)
Last List Updates
Nisekoi add
Plan to Watch
Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica Movie 1: Hajimari no Monogatari add
Watching at - of 1
Psycho-Pass add
Completed at 22 of 22

Anime Stats

Time (Days) 48.3
Watching 7
Completed 127
On Hold 4
Dropped 29
Plan to Watch 96
Total Entries 263

Anime compatibility with Animatronix is:
Unknown :(

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Manga Stats

Time (Days) 21.3
Reading 19
Completed 32
On Hold 4
Dropped 11
Plan to Read 30
Total Entries 96

Manga compatibility with Animatronix is:
Unknown :(

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About Animatronix

I was exposed to anime in my early years. It started with Samari Pizza cats. I saw dragon ball Z, Pokemon, Digimon, and a few others. I wasn't that into anime until my mid-teens. I guess the series that really got me into the "real" anime was Naruto. I started watching in 2005, and it eventually led me to bleach. From there, i started watching Black Lagoon, and eventually Kanon 06, Clannad, and Air.


  • Comedy
  • Drama
  • Harem
  • Mecha
  • Romance
  • School
  • Sci-fi
  • Seinen
  • Shonen
  • Slice of Life

Animatronix's Comments
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BT-kun | Apr 22, 2013 6:29 AM
Thanks for the friend request!

BT-kun | Apr 22, 2013 5:53 AM
Oh, I see ^^

Then I'll have to do something to make you stay here longer than the last time you were on the active side of the circle! :D

BT-kun | Apr 13, 2013 3:09 AM
I see, you've been on mal way longer than me and still active which is impressive considering most of the old users are no longer here ^^'

BT-kun | Apr 9, 2013 11:32 AM
I see, it's the same for me. It's more motivating to watch airing series than marathon everything because that can be dreadful sometimes.

I don't really have a genre I like, but I guess reverse-harem is something I often go for or anything that has nice characters ^^' All genres are fine as long as they hold your interest and don't get boring! I'm also reading some manga, but only now and then. I mostly watch anime.

What about you? Are you reading anything at the moment or any light novels?

BT-kun | Apr 6, 2013 12:40 PM
I see, do you watch airing series or the ones finished airing? ^^

What kind of anime do you like?

BT-kun | Mar 15, 2013 4:14 PM
I see ^^' It's going fine here, what about over there? :D

spacecowboy | Dec 26, 2012 2:56 PM

BT-kun | Jul 12, 2012 9:08 PM
Hello there ^^

therationalpi | Jul 16, 2009 7:01 PM
I was very happy with the first two episodes of Endless 8. The first one seemed like a simple summer vacation fanservice episode to the uninitiated (those who had not read the novels), and the second episode added a layer of meaning to the first one and caught us novel readers off guard (In the novel, we only see the first iteration and the one where they break out). However, the following episodes where they fail to break the loop are all too repetitive, they don't add anything to the story, and are frustrating to the viewer.

I believe their goal is to give the audience the despair that Kyon and (especially) Nagato are experiencing. From an artistic perspective, a bold and laudable goal. From the perspective of the audience, a total bore.

The animation in each episode is completely fresh, though. They don't repeat a single frame. The clothes are different, the camera angles are new, and the shots are imagined.

They really should have broken the loop in the third episode, though.

therationalpi | Jul 4, 2009 2:18 AM
It's moved several times in the last few months. At the moment, you can find eclipse at

The chat channel on at #Eclipse seems to be pretty consistent, if you lose track of them again. I definitely like my archive versions to come from Eclipse, since their subs are always so solid.

therationalpi | Jul 3, 2009 5:10 PM
See the Kyou chapter for Clannad yet? Quite possibly my favorite arc in the visual novel. Not the best adaptation (suffered from time constraints) but still very enjoyabl.

therationalpi | Jun 9, 2009 10:25 AM
I would probably recommend Kubu subs. They offer two subtitle tracks, one with the Japanese names and one with the localized American names, which is thoughtful. Moreover, I think it's the only group that hasn't dropped the series.

It helps that the translation is pretty good.

therationalpi | Jun 8, 2009 8:50 PM
Just watched the first episode. I would have appreciated a fresh draw. As it stands, it's just a remaster with a slightly more vibrant color scheme. It looks dated when squished between the brand new opening and closing sequences. I may just keep watching it for the nostalgia value.

therationalpi | Jun 5, 2009 1:23 AM
I think you can make an argument that it goes beyond just taste for Goku's voice...They really made a mistake not updating his voice actor after he reached puberty.

That sounds like quite the summary. Dragonball was a really long series (Arguably more interesting than Z). Since I started on the US release of DBZ, I would have liked some explanation of the show it came from. Then again, at that time I never watched whole series, and just enjoyed catching bits and pieces. Essentially, I was used to being hopelessly lost.

sakura_r0se | Jun 2, 2009 10:03 PM
Hi there!

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