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Favorite Anime
Saishuu Heiki Kanojo
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Clannad: After Story
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Angel Beats!
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Kanon (2006)
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Tokyo Magnitude 8.0
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Favorite Manga
Kodomo no Jikan
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Eden no Ori
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Lolicon Special
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Hiiragi Shougakkou Renai Club
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Life Is Peachy?
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Favorite Characters
Ogiue, Chika
Suzumiya, Haruhi
Shameimaru, Aya
Ogawa, Ikue
Houjou, Kuniko
Misaka, Mikoto
Last Order
Last Order
Inaba, Himeko

Favorite People
Karbowski, Brittney
Karbowski, Brittney
Akamatsu, Ken
Akamatsu, Ken
Maeda, Jun
Maeda, Jun
Azuma, Yuki
Azuma, Yuki

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Lolicon's Details
2 hours ago
July 19, 1990
Chesapeake, VA
April 21, 2007
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Anime Stats

Time (Days) 138.2
Watching 17
Completed 405
On Hold 47
Dropped 79
Plan to Watch 1261
Total Entries 1809

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Manga Stats

Time (Days) 7.5
Reading 42
Completed 38
On Hold 9
Dropped 20
Plan to Read 500
Total Entries 609

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About Lolicon
People I have gotten to join MAL(Guesstimation only): 15

Proud active MAL member since 2007! I accept ALL friend request!


Sister Princesses: 100th COMPLETED anime. -March 26, 2010

Seto no Hanayome: 150th COMPLETED anime. -May 31, 2011.

Kashimashi: 200th COMPLETED anime. -October 21, 2011.

Hantsuki: 300th COMPLETED anime. -February 22, 2013

Mawaru Penguindrum: 400th COMPLETED anime. -September 7, 2014

Skip Beat(Between episode 1 and 10): 100th Day milestone. July 14, 2013

Little Busters ~Refrain~: 500th Anime seen overall. November 30, 2013 @ 1:44pm(EDT)


#1) Clannad/Clannad: After Story
#2) Kanon(2006)
#3) Saikano
#4) Angel Beats
#5) Tokyo Magnitude 8.0

Madoka Meter(Number of times I tried to watch Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica but dropped it): 6, first being April 2012.

I am Akemi, considered Sexiest Man Alive by Sexist Man Alive Monthly. You can subscribe the Sexiest Man Alive Monthly by meeting me at the Ōedo Line platform in Shinjuku Station at 4:30 AM every Friday. I'll be wearing Len Kagamine Cosplay.

Joking aside, my name IS Akemi. I run the Lolicon Defense Task Force, which is currently dead. At the time of this posting, I have seen over 550 anime. I believe my first Anime was either Yu Yu Hakusho, Inuyasha, or Cardcaptor Sakura, or Neon Genesis Evangelion. What I believe made me become a bigger Anime fan was Fooly Cooly(FLCL). The first Anime I passionately fell in love with was Saikano, which I first saw after I picked up a copy of volume 1 from a local library. I spend an average of $3,000/year on Anime, manga, and products related to them(figures, shirts, posters, etc).

I use to engage in piracy but I stopped once I became an Anime otaku and realized just how harmful piracy is. I am now strongly against the piracy of anime and manga and I do help companies with the removal of such things, primarily on Youtube.

If you're curious about what kind of Anime I watch, I use to prefer ecchi harem but after a while, I got sick of seeing a cliche indecisive main male character that is too much of a pussy to make a move and constantly acts like the girls around him have cooties. I now prefer romance Anime, this is primarily due to Clannad. I will still occasionally watch ecchi harem but I don't do it often. When it comes to hentai, I prefer loli but it's not the only kind of hentai I watch.

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NearSky | Jun 18, 8:23 PM
Wait, did your madoka meter go up?

Player | Apr 10, 5:21 AM
Your blog is awesome! Keep up the good work :v)

Sapphire101 | Apr 3, 8:26 PM
Thank you onii chan I love you so much

Sapphire101 | Apr 2, 8:53 AM
Girls his my man so back off

Lolicons | Apr 1, 7:19 PM
:O oni chan

-Raku- | Apr 1, 4:30 PM

Vanillax04 | Mar 17, 1:09 AM
true to that, I mean most of good anime are under rated and those mainstream are over rated as fuck, i guess that's normal since people tend not to look for more good anime and watch only mainstream since that's what most people watch, good to hear that it would get a home release

Aryan | Mar 11, 6:02 PM

Vanillax04 | Mar 3, 2:15 AM
slr, yeah it was better than expected, the ending was satisfying for me, wish that there should be at least a sex scene lol, and it goes without saying that the heroine will die in few more years, but despite that, the guy still choose her sacrificing everything, i guess that was the right thing to do, nice stuff indeed

Vanillax04 | Feb 28, 4:42 AM
Hanbun no Tsuki ga Noboru Sora is pretty good, i saw it on your list and watched it, it was worth it.

OneGuy | Feb 15, 4:41 AM
That's ok, I don't expect anyone to respond to my comments anyway. I appreciate the response.

I see the whole process as a hopeless game of 'Whack a Mole". The internet is the greatest 'genie in a bottle' never to be returned. No matter how hard one tries to affect change, there will always be someone to find a work around. I honestly don't think any digital media can be protected. The key I think is for creators of digital media to create a new way to monetize their product. Right now, the system only works for honest people. Giving the product away seems like the best defense against piracy.

For years the TV industry made huge profits on media that was simply given away for free. So it's not impossible to make people pay for products through advertizing... they are still trying to adjust to this in the new internet world. YouTube/Netflicks seem to have working models. Netlficks, everyone pays a little and the profits get distributed to the artists in a royalty. YouTube, free viewing for everyone with advertizing paying for the content (like the TV model). Plus the added bonus of anyone being able to create and profit off their own content.

People want to see and make anime, music, movies, whatever. So it will always be created regardless of big profits. If anything, the access for artists to get their stuff out there has never been better. That may mean more quantity than quality though. All one can really do is support the artists they like directly.

So the way I see it, the best way to deal with piracy is to...

1. Not do it yourself.
2. Support the artist you like by direct purchase of their products.
3. Do as you do, spread the word that it is wrong and bad for the industry.
4. Authorities to diligently search and destroy sites that cater to piracy. Again the 'whack a mole' scenario.

Good luck on the quest. Ultimately, I think piracy is something that will always be just another cost of doing business.

OneGuy | Jan 31, 9:13 AM
You see it leading to a decline in the quality? Or worse, that if none pays, then it goes away. But how can you stop people when it is so easy to get things for free?

OneGuy | Jan 31, 4:05 AM
How are you on the piracy of music, movies, tv shows and other media sources? Just curious. Not trying to start a fight or judge. I don't like the rampant piracy of stuff either.

NearSky | Jan 27, 5:17 PM
I too have a Madoka Meter, I keep trying to watch it but for some reason I just can't finish it.

NearSky | Jan 27, 12:53 AM
I like your about me section.

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