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Favorite Anime
Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu
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Cowboy Bebop
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Yojouhan Shinwa Taikei
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Saraiya Goyou
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Favorite Manga
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 7: Steel Ball Run
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JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 4: Diamond is Unbreakable
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Neon Genesis Evangelion
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Vinland Saga
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Slam Dunk
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Favorite Characters
Katsuragi, Misato
Valentine, Funny
von Reuenthal, Oskar
Sengoku, Nadeko
Hazama, Shou
Kumagawa, Misogi
Yagami, Light

Favorite People
Araki, Hirohiko
Araki, Hirohiko
Watanabe, Shinichiro
Watanabe, Shinichiro
Endo, Hiroki
Endo, Hiroki
Freeman, Crispin
Freeman, Crispin
Asano, Inio
Asano, Inio
Miki, Shinichiro
Miki, Shinichiro
Kon, Satoshi
Kon, Satoshi

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Lindle's Details
29 minutes ago
August 6, 1991
Milton Keynes, England.
September 11, 2009
2,670 (Find All)
Last List Updates
Kyousou Giga (TV) add
Watching at 7 of 10
Nisekoi add
Watching at 2 of 20
Lucky☆Star add
Watching at 7 of 24

Anime Stats

Time (Days) 102.0
Watching 30
Completed 383
On Hold 32
Dropped 36
Plan to Watch 381
Total Entries 862

Anime compatibility with Lindle is:
Unknown :(

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Manga Stats

Time (Days) 41.3
Reading 40
Completed 132
On Hold 47
Dropped 18
Plan to Read 259
Total Entries 496

Manga compatibility with Lindle is:
Unknown :(

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About Lindle
If you ever use the word "feels" unironically, I feel like I should be legally allowed - nay, obligated - to choke you.

Prioritized Plan to Watch List:

Akage no Anne
Ashita no Joe (literally the fucking instant the subs are finally done)
Black Jack
Dennou Coil
Dogs: Bullets & Carnage
Golden Boy
Hajime no Ippo
Kuro no Sumika -Chronus-
Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica Movie 1: Hajimari no Monogatari
Mobile Suit Gundam III: Encounters in Space
Natsume Yuujinchou: Itsuka Yuki no Hi ni
Night on the Galactic Railroad
Ookii 1 Nensei to Chiisana 2 Nensei
Parol no Mirai Shima
Ristorante Paradiso
Seikai no Senki
Slam Dunk
Toaru Majutsu no Index
Victorian Romance Emma


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Alipio | 04-13-14, 7:11 PM
How long did it take you to read JJBA?

Masserati_ | 04-11-14, 4:49 PM
Yeah, the second anime doesn't really pick up from where the story left off either from what I know. It kind of just starts again from the beginning of the second half of the story, it's pretty weird.

yesokayfinejamie | 04-11-14, 3:57 AM
THX. ( ^∇^)

Romario3210 | 04-10-14, 9:11 PM
That's my favourite one so far.

"So I've recently found out that some people are intimidated by me-- people I've met for the first time during interviews always say 'man, I was so nervous the whole time!' That worries me. Apparently, people perceive me as similar to a character that I made in the past, 'Rohan Kishibe', and that's why they get so nervous. I'm not the same as him, though. I'm the type of person that, when eraser bits or a drop of ink gets into my tea during work, will drink it anyways. I really want people to say 'man, I always relax in front of Araki', instead. I guess I need to work on myself more."

It's funny because I did believe (and I might still do) that Rohan's character might have been based on Araki himself.

Romario3210 | 04-10-14, 8:40 PM
I'll definitely agree on part 6 being a bit weak for like the first half or so. The stands got quickly repetitive and stale and I actually had to take a little break from reading it for a while. I still think the stand abilities introduced towards the latter half of the manga have to be among the most creative and craziest things I have ever read in manga (how does Araki even come up with these things?) I also think Jolyne was a miles better protagonist than Jousuke and Giorno and Pucci was among the better villains in the series and I felt their own respective backgrounds were handled pretty well compared to the others before it. (Though SBR's flashbacks relating to the characters are way better implemented).

The stands on part 5 are literally the only thing that I REALLY like for that part. I like how creative Araki is in using so many unorthodox methods with his deceptively simplistic stands where they're used in ways I didn't even think were possible. It really does add a whole other layer of unpredictability to the series. Oh and Sticky Fingers was probably the reason I seemed to like Buccellati the most out of the whole cast. I'm not sure if the story/characters were worse than part 1 though.

These short interviews with Araki at the beginning of every volume in SBR are really damn interesting to read btw. I would love to meet Araki In real life, regardless that I don't understand any Japanese or anything...

Romario3210 | 04-09-14, 7:10 PM
Don't worry, your secret identity is safe with me except that it's like already ruined now

Yeah, I kinda regret not reading the manga for these two, at least Part 2 so I'm not sure if I can accurately judge them now but personal Jojo rankings so far are as followed:

Part 7 (8.5/10) > Part 4 (8/10) > Part 2 (7.5/10) > Part 3 = Part 6 (7/10) > Part 5 (6/10) > Part 1 (5/10).

My memories of Part 6 are really fresh towards the really good last couple of volumes so it's probably why I'm one of the few to like it as much as Part 3. That could change with the new anime though. Dat animation and almost pitch-perfect pacing!

Romario3210 | 04-09-14, 6:00 PM
This is totally not a random comment at all but I recently came across your David Camerupt facebook page. I saw my friend liking it and Doaj listed as an admin and the same website linked on your MAL profile. That and the Jojo posts kinda just made it obvious. Anyway, it's a pretty cool page.

Steel Ball Run is amazing, I'm already on the 'part 7 is the best' boat.

Masserati_ | 04-09-14, 7:45 AM
You know, for what it's worth, you may as well just read the manga of Ashita no Joe rather than watch it. Hox is literally two volumes away from finishing the translation and volume 19 should be out next week.

I mean, yeah, go ahead and watch the anime but it is filled with quite a lot of filler and randomly ends somewhere in the middle of the second half of the story.

Liebert | 04-08-14, 11:11 AM
Yep, I'm still at that nighttime thingy. I'll trust your word on this one.

Liebert | 04-08-14, 5:27 AM
I've been playing Pyschonauts by the way, it's impressive, I'm really enjoying its setting but I don't think I will be able to finish it; I'm quite sure I will get bored of it. Am I a failure?

Liebert | 04-07-14, 10:29 AM
Did Lind just add me as a friend?

Kenji_The_Engi | 04-06-14, 7:54 AM
MS paint is life though.

Kenji_The_Engi | 04-05-14, 8:25 PM
if you want to make your 3x3s fully visible go on ms pain and re-size them to 700 by 700 pixels

RMNDolphy | 04-05-14, 3:38 PM
Oh! Glad you like it. And so fast too! I actually hated it the first time I listened to it, outside of some of the more... accessible songs (like Moonlight on Vermont, Ella Guru...). I can't really pin down the appeal of the album, but Beefheart is super inventive on it. The structure of the songs and the lyrics are just so bizarre, yet so, so good. It sounds like everyone is playing a different song at once when you first listen to it, but later listen reveal blah blah blah, you get it. It's just amazing how intricate and gloriously tense all the songs are. Apparently they practiced the songs to death and they could play each song the same every single time, so much of what sounds like disorderly chaos is actually perfectly planned. Brilliant stuff.

You should try Philosophy of the World by the Shaggs. It's a more naive, disorderly chaos, but really sincere and stuff. The results are kinda similar, but the Shagg's success is more accidental.

DeadIEnd | 04-03-14, 6:05 PM
I live in Milo, Illinois, 777 Sesame Street.

Come Molest my House.

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