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09-03-14, 11:57 PM
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May 31, 2007
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Uragiri wa Boku no Namae wo Shitteiru add
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Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon add
Completed at 46 of 46

Anime Stats

Time (Days) 224.6
Watching 6
Completed 959
On Hold 23
Dropped 0
Plan to Watch 815
Total Entries 1803

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Time (Days) 0.0
Reading 0
Completed 1
On Hold 0
Dropped 0
Plan to Read 103
Total Entries 104

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I've been watching anime for quite a while now. It all started with Sailor Moon back in 1996. Then in 1999-2000, Toonami starting airing quite a bit of anime, which in turn allowed me to watch even more anime. Ronin Warriors, the various Tenchi and Gundam shows, the DB franchise, Outlaw Star, Zoids, .hack//SIGN, Rurouni Kenshin, Yu Yu Hakusho. I watched all of those and more. Then in 2001, with the launch of Adult Swim on CN, I got access to even more anime, namely, Cowboy Bebop, FLCL, Inuyasha, Lupin the 3rd, Witch Hunter Robin and so on. By this time I was hooked and I haven't looked back.

I bought my first anime DVDs in January 2002. The series were Evangelion and Trigun. That also marks the first time I'd seen anime uncut and in Japanese. Up to this point I'd only seen edited English broadcasts on TV. I really started getting into collecting anime DVDs in 2003 and since then I've amassed a collection of 3,000+ DVDs/BDs of which is still growing.

While I still vastly prefer watching via DVD and/or BD, Summer of 2011 marks the start of when I started watching anime via (legal) streams. At first I was very leery of the whole thing, but I've warmed up to it quite a bit. I doubt that I will ever go over completely to streams (I'm too much of a hardcore collector), but it does open up a larger world of anime than I previously had access to (originally limited to N.American physical releases). More anime is always a good thing in my book.

Personal Grading System

I will say that I'm pretty forgiving when it comes to grading, as I watch anime purely for entertainment. I'll leave the critiques to people who's profession is to be a critic. If I'm mildly entertained by a show, that will at least get it a 7 in my book.

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