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Below is my top favorites in anime titles and characters. My top favorites in regards to my favorite anime based on enjoyability and for characters and seiyuu are those that I have a fondness for. I enjoy mainly the classic anime of the 80's and 90's because of the variety of anime that came out during that time, accompanied by the talented seiyuu, artists, and writers that brought these titles to life. When it comes to the modern anime shows, there's a handful of them I do like. However, when it comes to some anime series that are highly regarded by others, there will be some where I won't share the same opinion.
When it comes to the anime I watch/would like to watch, the criteria I look for is a good story/plot, likeable characters, and a talented cast of seiyuu. I also look for well-established character development when watching the anime. How I rate anime is by looking at the whole picture and not give something a good score just because it has a handful of good episodes. Enjoyment is key when I rate anime, most of those I rate 8-10 are those I like to re-watch. At times I'll watch a light-hearted/guilty pleasure anime that seems like it will be a fun watch and with those, I rate it differently than I would a serious anime. I pretty much go for anime shows produced in the 80's, 90's, 00's, and this current decade...although the majority of what I've watched comes from the 90's and 00's.
I dislike loli/shota anime, shows with "imouto" and "onii-chan" in the title as they are often generic harem ecchi and bland character archetypes, trashy harem ecchi like High School DxD, reverse harem like Hakuoki, tasteless shows like Stigma no Qwaser, and those long running shounen anime that goes on for 200+ episodes...they become a chore to watch and often run into predictable territory. I refuse to watch those kinds of anime.
I feel in today's anime, it is lacking in having certain great female seiyuu who made their mark in the 80's and early 90's in voicing main characters and are cast aside to supporting roles, which is sad. I'm mainly a fan of the female seiyuu that were active in the 80's and the 90's because I love their voices and those that I favor are excellent in terms of their acting and singing talent. I feel they deserve more respect, love, and fans than the currently popular ones. So I ask and encourage everyone to support these fantastic veteran female seiyuu for their amazing talents.
As a fan of older anime, I disagree with those who base their superficial arguments on disliking/not watching older anime because of the animation. When it comes to anime; the story-plot, characters, and how both progress is what counts, not what the series looks like or how pretty it is. I encourage everyone to watch older anime from the 80's and the 90's, there's plenty of awesome titles to choose from and you'd be surprised on how entertaining the classic anime titles are.
ANIME CHARACTER OF THE MONTH-IRISVIEL VON EINZBERN
Presenting my May Character of the Month for 2015 is another one of my favorite anime mothers of all time is the beautiful, courageous, graceful, kind, and nurturing Irisviel von Einzbern of the popular Fate/Zero series. I grew attached to her character and overall is ranked in my personal top favorite heroines of the Fate franchise as a whole. If I had to describe Irisviel in one word, that would be "goddess" because in many ways she's very much like one. I feel Irisviel is an amazing character with all the experiences she had in her life and that she is a character with a strong heart with a passion for life and for those she loves. Irisviel also shows how far she is willing to go to protect her beloved Kiritsugu and his ideals. I find her quite fearless as well and Irisviel definitely shows that regardless of how fragile looking she appears to be, she stands her ground against any enemy and for that reason I feel Irisviel is a strong character. Irisviel has such a fun personality too, especially when it comes to her passions in life and it's easy to see why Kiritsugu came to fall in love with her. She's also a warm and caring mother to Illyasviel and wishes for her daughter's happiness. I believe her flaws came from the days before she developed her own individual personality. Overall, I think Irisviel is a great character with so many fantastic qualities.
Irisviel is a homunculus created by Jubstacheit von Einzbern as a vessel for the Grail for the upcoming 4th Holy Grail War using Justeaze Lizrich von Einzbern as the model in Irisviel's conception. Justeaze was the progenitor of all Einzbern homunculi of the past and was the only one to have experienced motherhood and gave birth to a successor. Irisviel was also given a consciousness and has the ability to defend her-self from harm. In the beginning days of her life with Kiritsugu Emiya, he wasn't impressed with her and found it difficult to connect with Irisviel. He felt Irisviel couldn't grasp the concept of protecting herself and interacting with society in general. Jubstacheit responded by casting Irisviel out into elements to prove to Kiritisugu of her durability. Kiritsugu in turn was disgusted by the Einbern patriarch's actions that he set out to rescue Irisviel and he took it upon himself to educate her on the tools she would need to live in modern society of the current world and develop her own sense of self as an individual. She was a fast learner and she expressed her own insights of mankind to Kiritsugu that surprised him. Eventually they fell in love with one another and married. It was a romance that would end up in tragedy and Kiritsugu knew what the outcome would be in the future. In response, Irisviel desired to give Kiritsugu a child to be a new hope for him after the war's end. Irisviel was able to experience the happiness of naturally conceiving her and Kiritsugu's child that she took pride in. Together, she and Kiritsugu brought their daughter, Illyasviel into the world. Over the years, Irisviel continued to shine as a young woman with a bright and engaging personality and in the history of the Einzbern's, Irisviel is the first homunculus ever to develop genuine human emotions and personality, she continued to maintain them without any kind of setback. Irisviel passionately loves Kiritsugu, supportive of his ideals, and goes out of her way to understand his complexity...especially when having to act as a bridge between he and Saber as the two are like oil and water as Master and Servant, they clash. Irisviel tries to help Saber understand Kiritsugu in order for the Servant to get a better impression of him. She is also a loving and nurturing mother to Illyasviel whom she loves dearly with all of her heart. I believe out of Irisviel's many accomplishments in life, bringing Illya into the world is the one she treasures most. One of Irisviel's favorite hobbies is driving though she's not very good at it and Kiritsugu purchased a Mercedes-Benz for her and was custom made towards Irisviel's own personal taste and he affectionately calls her "Iri".
Irisviel during the 4th Holy Grail War acts as a proxy master to Saber as her true master Kiritsugu acts on his own accord behind the scenes with his assistant Maiya Hisau as to avoid unnecessary conflicts with Saber as he knew from the start that he and Saber were not suited for one another as Master/Servant. Irisviel hides within herself Avalon, the catalyst that was used in summoning Saber. It will also be instrumental in serving as a means of Irisviel living on borrowed time later on as the 4th Holy Grail War is on its' waning period when so few Servants are left on the battlefield, Irisviel is deteriorating as she is the vessel for the Holy Grail. During the early days of the conflict, Irisviel explores Fuyuki City with Saber with a sense of wonder and joy after so much time being in the confines of the Einzbern Manor. Saber is often seen in Irisviel's company in a black suit and the two develop a close relationship and she freely tells Iri of her past. Irisviel's main concern is Kirei Kotomine, a man she sees as a threat to her husband and both she and Maiya nearly are killed by him during the time when Kiritsugu was engaged in battle against Kayneth Archibald El-Melloi. Irisviel would have been killed that time had Avalon not been within her body. The war is under threat from within with Caster and his Master, a serial killer named Ryuunosuke Uryuu are causing havoc in Fuyuki with the abduction and murdering young children and it is decided that eliminating them is paramount. Thus the 4th Holy Grail War had to be put on hold to remove Caster and his Master...Saber, Rider, and Lancer stood united to battle against Caster.
After Lancer and his masters were eliminated, Irisviel agrees to a meeting with Tokiomi Tohsaka who proposed a ceasefire and she responds that she will only accept if he authorizes Kirei Kotomine's deportation overseas. It wasn't meant to be as Tokiomi was betrayed by both Kirei and Gilgamesh, and killed by the former. As Irisviel is the vessel for the Holy Grail; the Heaven's Feel has progressed, and a majority of Servants have been defeated, she grows weaker and her functions that allowed her to exist as a human were dwindling. Not even Avalon within her could stave off the inevitable and Irisviel ended up incapicitated where her only protection was within a magic circle. She and Kiritsugu said their farewells to one another before she losing everything that made her human and restored Avalon back into Kiritsugu's custody. Both he and Saber went off to battle against the last remaining Masters and Servants left while Maiya guarded Irisviel.
Maiya is mortally wounded by Berserker disguised as Rider in order to distract Saber to pursue the real Rider while Berserker took Irisviel to Kirei Kotomine, who asked her what Kiritsugu desired from the Holy Grail due to his own personal interest in him. After giving him an answer he was displeased with followed by her exclamation that he'd never understand Kiritsugu, Kirei responded by strangling Irisviel to death. In the climax of the war, her consciousness starts to have visions brought upon by the Holy Grail...one of those visions is of her daughter Illya asking about when her father will come back and having a dream about becoming a "cup" that was being filled by "seven big lumps", Irisviel tries to comfort her child. She soon realizes her consciousness has merged with the Holy Grail and takes on her personality. The Grail appears before Kiritsugu during his battle against Kirei in a series of visions that lead Kiritsugu to renounce the Grail and opts to destroy it, he then uses his command seals to force Saber to strike it down. The 4th Holy Grail War ends in catastrophe when Fuyuki City is engulfed in flames. Ultimately it is a tragic war that ended with countless losses that would leave a scar in Fuyuki. A devastated Kiritsugu found redemption in a young boy he saved, Shirou Emiya who would become his adopted son and a central figure in the 5th Holy Grail War years later. In the Unlimited Blade Works route of the F/SN story, Irisviel and Kiritsugu's daughter is violently killed by Gilgamesh after he defeats her Servant, Berserker. Illya would have a more prominant role in the Heaven's Feel route of the story.
Irisviel is voiced in Japanese by popular seiyuu, Sayaka Ohara, a seiyuu well known for numerous roles in her career that include; Alicia Florence of the Aria series, Milly Ashford and Young Lelouch Lamperouge/vi Brittania of the Code Geass anime series, Erza Scarlet of the Fairy Tail series, Beatrice of Umineko no Naku Koro ni, and Yuuko Ichihara of the Tsubasa Chronicle and xxxHOLiC series. Other roles she has voiced are; Sofia Valmer of Jormungand, Layla Hamilton of Kaleido Star, Melpha of the Queen’s Blade series, Sayaka Kisaragi of the Stratos 4 series, Sayomi Hanawa of the Tamayura series, and much more. I haven’t watched many of her shows she has done other than her roles in Aldnoah.Zero, the Fate series, and Mobile Suit Gundam SEED C.E. 73 Stargazer, so I can’t really say much on her versatility from my own personal experience in watching the shows she has done, but I can say from what anime I have watched that she did that is that she is an excellent voice actress and I’ll take the initiative in looking into watching more of the anime she has done from those that I think I may like watching. Ohara also made a voice appearance in the 2nd half of Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works.
-Below is the soothing melody which is Irisviel's image song, "Moon Cradle ~Heavenly Voice Calls~ sung by Sayaka Ohara, I liken it to a love song she is singing for Kiritsugu as she is very much like Kiritsugu's beautiful angel. ^____^
Her English voice counterpart from the Fate/Zero series is by veteran VA, Bridget Hoffman, a VA best known for her voice over of roles originally by Kikuko Inoue which include; Belldandy of Ah! My Goddess: The Movie & Mini Goddess TV, Chitose Hibiya of Chobits, Rune Venus of El Hazard, and Mizuho Kazami of Onegai☆Teacher & Twins. Aside from Irisviel, she has also done voice over for two other roles done by Sayaka Ohara which are Raquel Casull of Scrapped Princess and Ezra Vieil of Vandread. More roles I’ve seen her in are; Fuu Hououji of Magic Knight Rayearth, Ryoko Asakura of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, Mima Kirigoe of Perfect Blue, and Hinoto of X/1999 TV. She’s also famous as well for voicing Namie Yagiri of the Durarara!! series, Miaka Yuuki of the Fushigi Yuugi series, Nia Teppelin of Gurren Lagann, Shinobu Maehara of Love Hina series, and Lain Iwakura of Serial Experiments Lain. I say she is a good voice actress and has done a fine job with the roles she has done of the series I have watched that she was in, the only flaw I can really say about her is that her range is not that broad and her characters nearly sound the same, she only adjusts the pitch of her voice depending on the character.
With my experience with the Fate franchise in general, I still say the Zero series is my most favorite of them all because I felt more engaged with the story and the characters, the action scenes of the battles are more thrilling to watch, and I liked most of the Servants (…yes even Zero’s Caster, he’s so much more interesting than Caster of F/SN) and each of them had an incredible story; such as Lancer, Rider, and Berserker in their past identities. There is also the various philosophies at play in Zero and that each of them are unique and different from each other. I was most impressed with the character Waver Velvet in how he developed throughout the course of the series in his bond with Rider in how his Servant helped him grow as an individual and guided the novice mage to become stronger. They are my most favorite Master/Servant pair in the Fate universe with how much they were devoted to their partnership that went beyond the Command Seals on Wavers’ hand. It was truly touching to see such a bond between a Master and a Servant like Waver and Rider. Plus, I found the Zero series to have given Saber justice in her characterization in how her ideals were challenged by characters like Rider and Kiritsugu and how she had to respond to it. It’s in this series I felt she was strongest in and I was invested in her character. The working relationship she shared with Irisviel was rather charming as she was being a protective knight towards a lovely lady like Irisviel. Also, the story between her and Berserker was really interesting as he was connected to her past. I really don’t like her role in F/SN and Unlimited Blade Works in how she is presented. I think the only F/SN story that would be on par with Zero for me would be the Heaven's Feel route, story-wise it is the best of the three routes, pairs well with Zero, and goes further into the pysche of Sakura Matou that makes her quite the interesting character plus I like how Illyasviel is given more characterization in Heaven's Feel. Another reason why I prefer Zero over F/SN and Unlimited Blade Works is that Kirei Kotomine has a more active role and as an antagonist character, I found him quite interesting and I felt he was given more characterization in Zero through his conversations with Gilgamesh that gave more insight on his personality and ambitions in life. Sure the Rin Tohsaka episode in the first season may seem like a trite affair, but I liked how it gave a look into the kind of girl she was back when that shapes her into the smart, strong, and courageous young lady she is in the three routes of F/SN. The light novel of the series was made back in 2006 by TYPE-MOON collaborating with Nitro+ that spanned four volumes and the anime series was made in 2011 to 2012. Fate/Zero's animation production is by ufotable who had made a visual feat in the Kara no Kyoukai movie series and once again showing their amazing craft in the Unlimited Blade Works route of the F/SN saga and will bring the Heaven's Feel route to life. The voice cast is the same one used from the Drama CD produced in 2008 to 2010 alongside the seiyuu who worked on the F/SN series; Zero presents an impressive voice cast with both the original Japanese dub and the English dub produced by Bang! Zoom! Entertainment featuring the who's who in the field of voice acting. Music is composed by Yuki Kajiura famous for her work in the .hack franchise, Kara no Kyoukai, Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica, Noir, Sword Art Online, and many more. The Blu-Ray release of Fate/Zero has the bonus special feature of Please! Einzbern Consultation Room with alternate versions of Irisviel von Einzbern and Taiga Fujimura, where more information about the Fate/Zero series is further elaborated on and they speak with the defeated servants left with regrets. Irisviel is also in the Fate/Kaleid Liner Prisma Illya spinoff series in which she is given a more happier outcome where she and Kiritsugu are still a happily married husband and wife and a loving, carefree mother to three children; Illya, plus her adopted ones Shirou and Chloe. If you're new to the Fate franchise and wondering which series to start out with, my best reccommendation would be the Zero series, it will give you the best engaging story you can sink your teeth into and offers an in-depth perspective of a Holy Grail War and how intense it can be. All in all, as far as I wish for the franchise to go in the future is that as much as I love the vast worldbuilding the Fate universe has to offer and would like to see the hollow ataraxia story animated, however the Tsukihime universe needs more love and attention right now and I would like for ufotable to adapt Mahoutsukai no Yoru, remake Shingetsutan Tsukihime, and adapt Melty Blood.
-Below are the 2nd OP and ED themes of Fate/Zero, the 2nd ED is really special as it is about Iri and Kiri's love story. The 2nd OP is sung by Kalafina, the 1st ED is by Eir Aoi, and the 2nd is by Luna Haruna.
My Rating System
10.Masterpiece-Ultimate perfection, re-watch is a must because it was so terrific a series to watch that I can enjoy endlessly without it ever being a dull moment.
9.Great-Truly awesome and a definite re-watch, but just barely makes it to the level of masterpiece.
8.Very Good-A pleasant watching experience, some re-watch worthy, but has at least one or two flaws that prevented it from getting a higher score.
7.Good-A decent series, just a few flaws, yet was entertaining to see.
6.Fine-Could've been done much better, but wasn't too bad.
5.Average-Just meh, not bad but not great either.
4.Bad-Nothing really good to speak of because the flaws outweigh anything good about it.
3.Very Bad-Flawed and possesses no redeeming qualities.
2.Horrible-Too flawed and too horribly made, a complete waste of time.
1.Unwatchable-Things like those trashy harem ecchi and lolicon anime is what I would consider unwatchable. Tasteless anime like that is beyond horrible. Also anime that makes me facepalm myself and say WTFPWP!
Top 25 Anime Shows I Dislike-Those With An Average Rating of 6 or Higher
Bouken! Iczer 3-Terrible sequel to the much better Iczer-1 OVA. Iczer-3's VA was just a bad actress and sounded like nails on a chalkboard and the villains were bland.
Bubblegum Crash-What a terrible sequel to its' predecessor; it looks like it was just thrown together without any thought of making it a compelling and exciting end. The episodes themselves had terrible animation direction and of poor quality compared to Crisis and AD Police. Kinuko Ohmori's replacement as Priss was horrible, just as bad as the VA who voiced Iczer 3, but I feel this would've been a waste of Kinuko's talents anyway. Not developing Leon and Priss as a couple (also hardly any interaction) is another reason why I dislike this OVA. Overall, I think AIC should've given a couple more great quality AD Police episodes rather than make this unworthy sequel.
Chobits-The main characters weren't that great, especially Chii who had zero personality. Their romance wasn't that great either. Side characters like Shinbo and Takako were better characters and I feel they should've been the mains.
Dirty Pair OVA's-Just followed the same format as the TV series, they really never developed Kei and Yuri's characters to a new level and they pretty much stayed the same...that's why I'm more fond of the Flash series because at least it develops Kei and Yuri as individuals and as a pair. Nolandia was the worst of them with a bad story and character animation. I was really never fond of the character animation of the OVA's and preferred the TV series character animation.
Genesis Climber Mospeada-This was such a bad series and it's my least favorite chapter from the Robotech version. The story was just plain awful and the characters are not that great either, the worst being that little girl Mint...she was just plain annoying. I didn't like the songs as well.
Evangelion Rebuilds-These are sad excuses for a reboot, they have nothing on the original series in terms of story and character development, also they take a number of the characters and twist them in an unflattering way that ruins them, such as Misato for example. After seeing 3 of the 4 films, all they did was disappoint me greatly. The only true Evangelion for me, is the original series and The End of Evangelion film finale...not this horrible reboot.
Heavy Metal L-Gaim-I wanted to like this anime, but it turned out to be a major disappointment from how the series is developed. A pairing I liked was ruined in the end, a character's defection made no sense plus the reasoning behind it was dumb, the love triangle that was in this series was badly constructed and rather juvenile, the MC's sister is just a canon Mary-Sue and I think the series would've been better without her, and his main rival is dumber than a box of rocks. Tomino really did a bad job overall in story, character, and relationship development. With lighter Tomino fare, I think ZZ Gundam was a bit better than this.
Kimi ga Nozomu Eien-Mitsuki Hayase I feel is an unsympathetic character and she is the major reason why I hated this series. Her story by the latter half shows forced melodrama at its' worst and I couldn't feel anything but contempt for her, I felt she wasn't a true friend to Haruka Suzumiya and never showed any remorse for what happened to Haruka as much as Takayuki did. I hated Mitsuki and Takayuki's relationship, I feel they make a terrible couple and they don''t deserve each other. I feel the one who suffered and made the most sacrifices was Haruka as she was an innocent victim in this unfortunate love triangle. To me, this anime does not exist.
Macross 7-This was overall a pretty weak series for me; I didn't like Nekki Basara and hearing him sing the same old songs got real old fast. The villains were also lame as shit. This series didn't need to be 49 episodes long, the standard 26 should've sufficed.
Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack-Quess and Gyunei killed the movie for me, Char and Amuro bringing up the past over Lalah didn't help either as that aspect of their rivalry felt rather wishy-washy. The Char x Quess shit was stupid too even if he just saw her as a pawn. Overall, I felt this movie jumped the shark. Nanai Miguel and Chan Agi were the only good characters in this movie as they didn't put up with Quess' shit.
Mobile Suit Gundam SEED/Destiny-The worst of the Gundam series IMHO that I've seen, all it had going for it was the gorgeous male/female characters and that's all that its' popularity can show for it. Flay was the worst thing going for the first series most of all and how her character is developed. I also find the series guilty of the over-use of plot armor plus a lot of the characters and how they develop are poorly written; especially in Destiny, such as Kira and Athrun, they start to show too many bad flaws and the main female characters are bland and uninteresting. Character relationships are just as badly done and feel forced. This is also too much of a teen soap melodrama than a war story.
Najica Blitz Tatics-Overall a weak story and the worst episodic format I've ever seen. Najica didn't impress me that much as a protagonist and Lila was a character with zero personality. It's not that engaging to be honest and I don't recommend it.
Nobunaga the Fool-This was just plain bad; the whole concept was just terrible and the male/female character relationships are god awful. This is just as bad as those anime shows that gender-bend Nobunaga.
Ozma-Too predictable a storyline that seems rather outdated.
Rurouni Kenshin Seisouhen & Shin Kyoto Hen-The worst of the worst of DEEN's adaptations, sheesh can't they get it through their thick skulls that RK fans want a true anime adaptation of the Jinchuu arc, and not shit like these?!
Sailor Moon R & SuperS-Other than Chibi-Usa being a horrible character, the plotlines of each of these two seasons were not my cup of tea, especially that horrible SuperS season. The filler arc in R was also lame.
Sengoku Basara-What a horrible representation of great historical figures with no regard to accuracy and the over-the-top and tacky shounen antics. It's not good enough as a guilty pleasure.
Shingeki no Kyojin-I find this series to be rather overrated; what I didn't like about it was all the bland, stock, and stereotypical characters it has that don't do anything for me to make me care. I wasn't too fond of the storyline either and its' development. The second OP & ED are terrible as well.
Slayers TV-It's rather dull without Naga the Serpent around, the dynamic between her and Lina as partners/rivals was what made the movies/OVA's of Slayers with Naga so interesting and fun. I don't really have the desire to see the TV shows because I just find the partnership between Lina and Gourry to be rather bland. I would've liked the TV series if Naga was a part of it.
The Sky Crawlers-I found this to be a very dull, lifeless movie that nearly put me to sleep. It had nothing really interesting and engaging about it.
Urusei Yatsura-That stupid skirt chasing douche-bag Ataru Moroboshi killed any enjoyment I had, most of the time I wondered why Lum is faithful to that loser. Also, I didn't have much fun in watching in what I seen, it seemed rather dull too. I found Ranma more engaging and even Inuyasha was better than UY. All in all, this is my lowest ranked Rumiko Takahashi title, nothing about it caught my attention despite it being highly regarded.
Top Anime Characters I Dislike
Harklight-Aldnoah.Zero 2nd Season
Shinji Matou-Fate/stay night
Gavlet Gablae-Heavy Metal L-Gaim
Naraku & Shippo-Inuyasha
Kazuya & Kyoshiro Ayanokouji-Kyoshiro to Towa no Sora
Nekki Basara-Macross 7
Wong Yun Fat-Mobile Fighter G-Gundam
Bernard Monsha-Mobile Suit Gundam 0083
Gyunei Guss-Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack
Shinn Asuka-Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny
Katz Kobayashi-Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam
Happosai & Genma Saotome-Ranma ½
Touma Inaba-Sakura Diaries
Ataru Moroboshi-Urusei Yatsura
The Toguro Brothers-Yu Yu Hakusho
Kyoko, Arisa, & Eimi-All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku
Janet Bhai-Black Lagoon: The Second Barrage
Nina Einstein-Code Geass
Quwasan Olibee-Heavy Metal L-Gaim
Kozue Izumi & Michelle Cay-Infinite Ryvius
Mitsuki Hayase & Ayu Daikuuji-Kimi ga Nozomu Eien
Kuu Shiratori-Kyoshiro to Towa no Sora
Suzu Sakuma & Jinny Golding-Marmalade Boy
Nina Purpleton-Mobile Suit Gundam 0083
Quess Paraya-Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack
Flay Allster-Mobile Suit Gundam SEED
Rosamia Badam-Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam
Kodachi Kuno, Shampoo, & Cologne-Ranma ½
Anthy Himemiya-Revolutionary Girl Utena
Chibi Usa-Sailor Moon
Top Anime Couples I Dislike
Hideki x Chii-Chobits
Shirou x Saber-Fate/stay night
Ikumi x Kozue-Infinite Ryvius
Inuyasha x Kagome-Inuyasha
Yuuichi x Makoto-Kanon 2006 (I really never invested in Makoto's relationship w/ Yuuichi TBH.)
Takayuki x Mitsuki-Kimi ga Nozomu Eien
Kyoshiro x Kuu-Kyoshiro to Towa no Sora
Shizuru x Natsuki-Mai HiME/Otome
Kou x Nina-Mobile Suit Gundam 0083
Kira x Flay/Lacus-Mobile Suit Gundam SEED (If Cagalli wasn't Kira's sister, I feel they would suit each other and they had pretty good chemistry together.)
Gene x Melfina-Outlaw Star (Gene had better chemistry w/ Hilda and I kinda liked Melfina w/ Harry.)
Ranma x Shampoo-Ranma ½ (If Ranma wasn't going to be with Akane, I prefer Ukyo as the next best choice for him.)
Ryuho x Mimori-s-CRY-ed (I felt Ryuho had better chemistry w/ Scheris.)
Ataru x Lum-Urusei Yatsura
Yusuke x Keiko-Yu Yu Hakusho
Favorite Live-Action Movies-2001: A Space Odyssey, Alien, Blade Runner, Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992), The Breakfast Club, Cleopatra (1963), Captain America: The First Avenger, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, The Dark Knight Trilogy, Die Hard, Dr. Strangelove, The French Connection, The Godfather Trilogy, Iron Man 1 & 2, Jaws, Jurassic Park, Planet of the Apes (1968), The Poseidon Adventure, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Rashomon, The Right Stuff, Robocop (1987), The Seven Samurai, Silence of the Lambs, Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Streets of Fire, Superman (1978), The Terminator (1984), Teminator 2: Judgement Day, Titanic (1997), & The Wolverine
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