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Favorite Anime
Shoujo Kakumei Utena
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Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch
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Cardcaptor Sakura
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Rose of Versailles
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Hunter x Hunter (2011)
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Favorite Manga
Ranma ½
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Shingeki no Kyojin
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Hunter x Hunter
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Honto Yajuu
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Favorite Characters
Oscar François
de Jarjeyes, Oscar François
Tenjou, Utena
Lamperouge, Lelouch
Zoldyck, Killua
Suzumiya, Haruhi
Akemi, Homura
Asuka Langley
Soryu, Asuka Langley
Elric, Edward
Daidouji, Tomoyo

Favorite People
Miyazaki, Hayao
Miyazaki, Hayao
Takahashi, Rumiko
Takahashi, Rumiko
Togashi, Yoshihiro
Togashi, Yoshihiro
Ikuhara, Kunihiko
Ikuhara, Kunihiko

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Yatsura's Details
20 minutes ago
Not specified
November 1, 1994
United States
May 31, 2010
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Last List Updates
Log Horizon add
Watching at 16 of 25
Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works (TV) add
Watching at 11 of 12
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon: Crystal add
Watching at 12 of 26

Anime Stats

Time (Days) 60.1
Watching 21
Completed 197
On Hold 46
Dropped 41
Plan to Watch 28
Total Entries 333

Anime compatibility with Yatsura is:
Unknown :(

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Manga Stats

Time (Days) 10.6
Reading 20
Completed 7
On Hold 3
Dropped 0
Plan to Read 2
Total Entries 32

Manga compatibility with Yatsura is:
Unknown :(

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About Yatsura
Welcome to my profile!

I've been an anime fan for about 8 years, excluding the time when I watched Pokemon as a kid. Currently I'm a sophomore in college, and I'm working on my computer science major!

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My top 10 anime in no particular order:

Revolutionary Girl Utena: The level of symbolism is insane in this show. But a good insane. This show combines a highly developed cast, great art direction, and meaningful things to create a unique masterpiece that will probably never be recreated.

Cardcaptor Sakura: This show means a lot to me, partly because I watched it during a hard time in my life and this show is perfect for bringing a genuine smile on your face. The characters are just so enjoyable and up-lifting. The art and animation are also great considering the time it was made! This is probably my favorite magical girl show.

Code Geass: This show (&R2) doesn't have tight writing, and it's plot twists can be over the top, but it was so entertaining that it's one of my all time favorites. I also love the main characters.

Rose of Versailles: A storytelling masterpiece! I've always been interested in Marie Antoinette and the French Revolution so this show was perfect for me. On a side note, during the middle of watching this show I took a trip to France and I actually saw the Palace of Versailles! They even had Rose of Versailles manga in their gift shop.

Mawaru Penguindrum: Another Ikuhara show. Going into it I wondered how it would compare with Utena, and in my opinion it does! The first 10 or so episodes do seem to follow a semi-normal structure with nothing too unusual. But after that the levels of symbolism are insane. It's a really fun anime to analyze because the sheer amount of symbolism is so immense. I also loved the core themes of the show especially family.

Spirited Away/Ghibli in general: This is a more broad category since Ghibli films would easily fill a lot of my favorites so I just put them into this broad category. Spirited Away however would be my favorite of them all. It's hard to describe to sense of wonder you get from watching Ghibli movies, but it's hard to find.

Shinsekai Yori: This was a pretty great dystopian show. I loved the depth of which their society was explained, and the intricacies of the plot were very cool. Some moments, especially in the last episode, left me breathless. The only weakness I could find out of this show is that its main cast doesn't stand out that much, but the plot makes up for the that.

FMA: Brotherhood: This show is definitely an experience. It's not too dragged out like other shonens, but it has plenty of material to work with. I love the world building in this show and the system of alchemy was great too.

Madoka: One of the best magical girl shows of recent times. This show had everything: it was concise, had brilliant art direction, strong themes, and an interesting cast.

Hunter x Hunter (2011): It's rare for me to watch an anime over 100 episodes, but this was an exception. There's something about Hunter x Hunter that makes it stand out in comparison to its peers. The system of Nen was pretty great and probably my favorite explanation for how fighting works. Also the Chimera Ant arc is easily one of the greatest arcs that I've seen. Watch it!

(Last updated: 7/8/2014)

Yatsura's Comments
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prez-anna | 12-09-14, 4:15 PM

WickedMind | 07-19-13, 10:02 AM
Thank you so much! You have fine tastes too. Wow! we have an extremely high anime compatibility. :O

ThatAnimeSnob | 11-01-11, 1:20 AM
You won't see such blunders in Galactic Heroes XD

LightningJC | 06-21-11, 5:10 PM
Looking for card/layout designers to help out with my club! Its called MangaAnimeLeague. Please join and invite your friends too. If you plan on becoming a designer then please post a message on my profile about the application.

Vensito | 12-06-10, 4:09 AM
Yooooooo~!! What's up!?

121 | 06-27-10, 1:23 AM

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