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May 7, 1989
Istanbul, Turkey
September 12, 2010
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Last List Updates
Chihayafuru add
Watching at 11 of 25
Yu Yu Hakusho add
Watching at 100 of 112
Hunter x Hunter (2011) add
Watching at 147 of 148

Anime Stats

Time (Days) 79.9
Watching 7
Completed 189
On Hold 0
Dropped 22
Plan to Watch 20
Total Entries 238

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Manga Stats

Time (Days) 18.6
Reading 8
Completed 21
On Hold 0
Dropped 4
Plan to Read 26
Total Entries 59

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About sevki
When you stop doing things for fun, you might as well be dead.

Hello everyone!

I'm 25. I graduated from college in June of 2012, and right after that I completed my conscription, aka, compulsory military service. Now I'm an Assistant Inspector in a private Turkish bank, so I'm from Turkey of course. Watching anime is one of things I like to do, and as the time passes and the things that I watch increase, my delight about the anime types is getting more determined and consistent.

I LOVE reading books, especially detective, adventure and fiction novels. Reading manga is wonderful as well. Right now I am both reading the mangas with incomplete anime adaptations - which are somehow long - and also other mangas I love, like Pluto. In terms of half adaptations, so far I've caught up with Pandora Hearts, Claymore, D.Gray-Man and Gin no Saji. Yet, Ippo has more than 1,000 chapters, for instance. So I still have a long way to go! A long enjoyable way :) I like to have the releases of mangas, and I am willing to expand my collection.

My #1 ve #2 favourites are Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood and Death Note. Those -for sure- will never change in their respective numbers unless I discover a top masterpiece.

Bakuman is also my #3 favourite. When I first noticed that it is Death Note mangakas' new serialization, I was just "O_O"! And I found more than what I expected. Those mangakas are really something. For the time being, I am reading the manga as well. I have also read Death Note, which has been translated into Turkish. It is enjoyable to re-experience everything, especially if you put some time gap between the anime watching and manga reading times. Yet, Bakuman is not translated into TR, so I have purchased the English releases of VIZ Media, all 20 volumes; it is nice to have a multi-lingual manga collection. :)

Apart from the anime and manga I put under My Favourites part, there are some others I really appreciate, and enjoy a lot. Those come this way:


Tengen Toppa Gurenn Lagann
Rurouni Kenshin
Pandora Hearts
Natsume Yuujinchou
20th Century Boys
Gin no Saji
Great Teacher Onizuka
Yu Yu Hakusho

And lastly, I can be really merciless and badass-like towards the characters I hate, as if they were real people, not fiction. Check my list.

Stay tuned people.


*1st anime: Pokémon

*150th anime: Mawaru Penguindrum!

*10th manga: Death Note

*175th anime: Mushishi

*15th manga: Pluto

*20th manga: Bakuman.


1- Arlong - One Piece = Just your racism and other things about your so-called superiority are enough to make a person hate you; but the things you did to Nami... And even after 8 years of her spending that much effort for the sake of her village, you try to cheat... I'm really sorry they did not KILL YOU!

2- Obito Uchiha - Naruto = I literally HATE your misarable reasoning. That empty heart of yours... You just deserved it. Have I never seen in my whole life a more nonsense excuse to start a war. It is your own condition of feeling lowly. Just get the fuck off. Pathetic.

3- Usopp - One Piece = No need for any explanation, but you are fucking irritating!!! Just run, just do stupid stuff, etc. You worthless piece of SHIT! Hope you will SUFFER & DIE IN PAIN!

4- Morimi Saki - Higashi no Eden = Maybe the most idiot character a person could ever see in a lifetime.

5- Mayuri "Mayushii" Shiina - Steins;Gate = SHINE SHINE SHINE SHINE SHINE BAKAAAAA!

6- Nana "Hachi, Hachiko" Komatsu - Nana = You. Are. Just. A. Damn. Loser. You do not even know what you want from life. You don't even know who you love. Pitiful... Die bitch.


9- Fuko "Fu-chan" Ibuki - Clannad = You are not cute. You are not adorable. You are just an irritating little brat. I am happy you have suffered a lot. HA HA HA! DIE YOU MORON DIE!

Fuck all of you damn characters. Especially unnecessary big-eyed shoujo anime girls! I. HATE. EVERY. SINGLE. ONE. OF. YOU.

sevki's Comments
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Vikopaulum | Yesterday, 2:06 PM
Just saw it myself too. Man, it was amazing! Normally with long running shows I'm used to fearing for the worst once the end is in sight, but seriously, I'm loving this thing so much, it's just insane! I can't wait for next week, it's gonna be an awesome end to a nearly flawless show!
(I'll have to write a reply to the other message in a bit, but I'll edit it in ;))

Man, you should definitely go if you can afford it! I'd love to travel there myself sometime, but at this point I really lack the money. That, and the fact that I have a friend to visit in Spain first and most likely will travel to Russia at least once in the upcoming year, twice if everything works out even, and flying there is not really cheap (combined with the visa and all that bureaucratic nonsense). I really like to travel, and even more so because usually I visit my friends I get to see way too little.

I do watch some tv series. I am currently watching Suits (or actually, waiting for the new season), and still need to continue with House of Cards in the near future. GoT I actually read instead of watch. It's really great! Though one problem is that I got a minor spoiler when I was reading the first book because some (slightly annoying :P) girl couldn't keep her mouth shut. I tend to avoid talking with her about shows and books and such nowadays because she seriously spoils at every chance she gets. :
I have only watched the first episode for a few minutes before I was like "nah", and went back to the books. I'm sure it's a great show, but it cannot live up to the experience I got from reading them. Although I did see some greatest moments from Drinklage (I think the guy playing Tyrion is called), and I really liked that video!

Uncrowned_King | 09-15-14, 8:01 AM

Cute Competition update and Male Character Competition Info

Vikopaulum | 09-14-14, 12:43 PM
Damnit! I had written a nice reply, but had switched internet connections in the meantime, so once I clicked the submit reply thing it logged me out and I lost the message. Anyway, will try to replicate the whole thing:

I agree! I really enjoy the anime so far! Though I sort of saw this coming once he'd said on the phone he would return. I actually predict that he will return to Naru, who is all sorts of worried about him, before he leaves the island itself, after which he'll write some brilliant piece of calligraphy saying something along the lines of "I don't want to leave" that he will submit to the exposition. I expect it to go somewhat like that, but even so I was really engaged in the anime when we saw Naru be surprised to not find Sensei in his house; definitely a sign that I'm enjoying it a lot!

That's right, unfortunately. I sometimes think it'd be amazing having all the time and money in the world. The things I could do with that! The places I'd see, and all the friends I have at other ends of the world I'd visit. Haven't seen quite a few really good friends of mine for too long :(

Vikopaulum | 09-13-14, 12:48 AM
Exactly! What anime is now worth the weekly wait every time? Hunter x Hunter was something I looked forward to the moment I finished the previous episode, and I don't think Madhouse ever let me down with it. :D
One thing I think is sort of good about the hiatus of the manga is that Togashi gets a lot of time to plan out his story, which ensures that the quality of it all keeps up. It really is what the other long running mangas miss, a decent plot and development. I think that about every other long manga has both a mangaka and a editor/editorial department which just push the series at some point to extend it, just so they can get as much money from it as possible. I never understood how the creators themselves can be pleased with that, because unlike certain other series that knew when to end, their own work will never be remembered as something truly amazing. (only by the die hard fans, of course :P)
As you say, Hunter x Hunter suited me too in every aspect. It just appealed to me so much. I can only hope that the manga will eventually produce a worthy end to it all ^^

I actually have never heard of Bone before. I'll be sure to check it out sometime!
I fully agree, I prefer to buy my manga as well, but the problem is, as always, money. One thing about buying my manga is the price and my lack of income as a student (though at the moment I make some additional money by doing some teaching to first-years on the side). Though I definitely want to complete certain series I already bought quite a lot of and deeply love, such as 20th Century Boys (which I've fully read in published form and not a single chapter online), and Vagabond. Vagabond I have the 3-in-1 versions of as well. Man, is the art of that amazing! Another problem with buying volumes is that if you decide to buy certain ones on a whim, like I have before, with for example Gantz, you could get disappointed with it halfway through. I like Gantz; it was never really about the story, but more about the violence and threat of death. Up until the last arc I liked the battles, but then got seriously disappointed. So at this point I own like 17 volumes, instead of the whole work. If you buy a manga after you've read it online, you are sure it's great, but the issue now is that you'll probably be reading these volumes only years from now. I guess your method is by far the best, asking around and making sure that the thing you'll buy next is totally worth the investment.

I haven't read the latest chapter of Naruto, I think, because I didn't know it just entered a new arc ONCE AGAIN! O_o If that seriously is the case I have lost all respect for it that still remained. Really is a shame, as in the beginning I liked it. Characters were interesting (most of them at least), and the fights were good. Right now it has neither.

Chihayafuru is a tricky one. I always doubt I rated it a bit higher than I should have, but the whole thing just appealed to me, especially seeing the group of characters being such good friends was something I really liked watching. But I won't spoil too much before you get further into it. I'm always ready to discuss though ^^

Vikopaulum | 09-10-14, 10:51 PM
Hey! Dude, I'm so sad that Hunter x Hunter will end in two more weeks. One of the best shows in a really long time. On the MAL forums I read that multiple people weren't pleased with the last few episodes, but I must admit, Hunter x Hunter never fails to satisfy. I've loved all these last episodes as much as the others. It's just so great. A show with actual plot and character development!
To make things even worse, I read somewhere that the HxH manga is once again back to its hiatus status. It's not that I was planning on continuing to read the manga, because I will read it once the anime has finished the whole manga (so once the manga has finished), but it means that it will take even longer for source material to come out. I can only hope that the mangaka will cope with his illness, as not being able to finish Hunter x Hunter would be one of the worst things that could happen. I even added the anime to my favorites (which I should have done earlier already actually :P). Man, I can rant for hours about my love for this show :P
Anyway, how are you doing? Started Vinland Saga?
I kind of forgot about all other series besides a few airing ones and Hunter x Hunter these past weeks, so I have a lot of catching up to do with both manga and certain anime.

Wimwinkle | 09-08-14, 3:56 PM

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September's theme is "Friendship" and the deadline is September 20th.

Crowlage | 08-30-14, 2:36 PM

Cute Competition Update News and Banner Making Contest Info

The Slice of Life Club has decided to start holding monthly banner making contests. Each month toridoshi will give a theme to make banners of, and a top three will be picked through voting. The top three winners will receive a winners banner. For more information on the banner making contest, click here.

September's theme is "Friendship" and the deadline is September 20th.

trebmeg | 08-23-14, 10:20 AM

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Dashiawia | 08-20-14, 8:30 AM
Yeah. It's a really good work, and quite original too. I'm definitely liking what I'm seeing from it thus far. :)

trebmeg | 08-18-14, 10:17 AM

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teitocchi | 08-10-14, 2:22 PM
Oh thank you so much! I'm glad we agree on how perfect it actually is. :D Truly, one of the very few shounen to stand out! I haven't been able to catch up with the manga, but I suppose the anime is completely faithful to it, right? I must start reading it though. Thank you again, kind sir! :D

Vikopaulum | 07-24-14, 9:39 AM
I must say I enjoy the length of the chapters. It usually already sort of indicates that it's done by somebody who takes the time for it, being monthly and all. And because I'm not too far into the manga yet, I am glad actually that it will end in only a couple of chapters, because that means I don't have to add yet another manga to my "currently-reading"-list for an eternity :p I am reading so many that I seriously have to reread the last dozen or so chapters sometimes when I pick them up again once a new batch of chapters has been translated.

As for Naruto; Man, I want that stuff to end. I cannot even make sense of the plot anymore, it's all messed up. Weird hermit keeps popping up all of a sudden, history has been proven wrong a bunch of times in that manga, the main enemy is not the main enemy, all sorts of stuff that just keeps irritating me little by little. Still, I will stick with it until it ends probably, but only because I've been reading it for this long already. I believe that Naruto (and Bleach as well actually) had way more potential than they eventually showed us. I honestly think I liked Naruto more in the beginning, when fights were more "plain", so to speak. There was still need for actual fighting, because what they are doing now is just throwing big random powers at each other. Bleach is just all sorts of wrong right now, in my opinion, because it keeps giving us new random low-rank (but supposedly really powerful) enemies. I just cannot take any of those badguys seriously anymore.
But when we speak of wasted potential, I think One Piece is the biggest example for it. I really liked that show, even with all its flaws, but ever since an arc of two ago I have had to revise my opinion. Things changed for the worse, pacing became even slower, humor is becoming even more childish and extremely repetitive, and it makes absolutely no effort to grow with its audience as time goes on. I actually think that Oda has been lowering the targeted audience age-group or something. At least that's the feeling I get from it. One Piece might be a typical shounen, but I feel it has a pretty good story line, along with an established "history" of the world it takes place in, it has pretty cool badguys, but I just hate to see it all go down the drain for dumb reasons as milking it out. Pacing already was terrible, but it became horrendous. I cannot read the weekly chapters anymore. It keeps switching between the characters (as the get split up EVERY TIME!). It has always done this, but not every four panels... That stuff is unreadable. Man, I could just rant about this for ages, but only because I really feel the show is losing out on all these things. Maybe I'm wrong about it, because it's still very popular and I seem to be only one of the few people I know that actually mind all those things (also a bunch of other stuff I haven't mentioned), but it still makes me sad. One Piece has some very great moments and at one point I really thought of it as an epic story, but if they don't fix the bad things, I'm afraid it will be another case of Naruto or Bleach for me, but even worse than that, because One Piece used to be something I enjoyed very much.

Damn, I actually thought I'd be done with my message by now, but I need to comment on the HxH episode too :p Again I thought it was really good! I can't wait to see what happens next. I like how they keep involving previous characters, and as opposed to the other shows we mentioned in HxH the really tough guys are still really tough. It's not like: oh, we beat them in the last arc, they are now powerless cannonfodder. Or in the case of Bleach it would be "Oh, we beat them in the last arc, they now have undergone some ridiculous training and either surpassed us so we need to beat them again, or are now somewhat at our level and our ally". That stuff always pissed me off. Such bad storytelling. Anyway, you cannot even say that Hisoka is the enemy, because he just acts from his own motivation. There really is a lot less black/white in the HxH universe.
Anyway, I guess I should end it here, otherwise I might just write a whole book that's just me ranting about these things on your profile xD But I always enjoy these discussion. The chat I sometimes go too has these too sometimes, but the people disagreeing with me usually say stuff like "That's just my opinion" and don't try to back them up at all. I'm fine with disagreement, and I'm not the type of person to get all worked up for them to have a different opinion, but I just enjoy going on a rant to back mine up, and so I naturally want to hear their reasons too, but I don't really get any :p Except for one guy who agrees with me on One Piece, but he doesn't really watch a lot else xD

Vikopaulum | 07-22-14, 8:37 AM
I can't wait! I want it right now! The week long wait is every time so incredibly hard to just sit out :| I've been thinking for about five days what could possibly happen now, because I tend to avoid all spoilers about series I watch and therefore have no idea about anything that will happen. But it's killing me! I want that episode :p

Vikopaulum | 07-21-14, 8:15 AM
I thought his/her power was absolutely crazy! In a cool way. I loved the episode! I haven't read the manga, so I didn't know that it was coming. Each time Hunter x Hunter manages to surprise me with things that are excellently done, story-wise or just in general.

Though I said I haven't read the manga, after the episode of two weeks ago (the first election meeting of the Zodiacs) I did start reading it, but I stopped once I reached the point at which the manga is. Took me only a couple of days to get there xD

And I agree, I like to buy the ones that I really like as well, but at this moment I'm kinda poor, so no money to buy manga with ;) Vinland Saga for me was a good manga because I thought the plot was pretty compelling and the action scenes were especially cool. Though at some point the pacing takes a plummet, and, according to the forums, it became a lot less fun to read. Though I do agree it's not as good as before, I wouldn't call it boring at all, the problem is with the pacing instead. If it hadn't been so slow at that point it would still be really good. I don't want to spoil what happens in it, but it might be that after that point a lot of the people stop reading it.

I haven't seen Gin no Saji, so I'll be sure to give it a go! Was in need for some good anime anyway. I'll be doing a marathon of all the first episodes of the anime this season next weekend, so there might be some fun stuff in there too, and people tell me to watch JoJo as well, but I'll definitely try Gin no Saji.
EDIT: after checking the MAL page about it, I notice that is a manga I read a few chapters of a while ago because somebody told me it's really good :P Haven't gotten very far yet, because I started reading the HxH manga around the same time xD

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