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Days: 540.0
Mean Score: 5.96
  • Total Entries2,412
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Made in Abyss Movie 1: Tabidachi no Yoake
Made in Abyss Movie 1: Tabidachi no Yoake
Yesterday, 10:07 AM
Watching 1/1 · Scored -
Kingdom 4th Season
Kingdom 4th Season
Dec 6, 9:38 PM
Completed 26/26 · Scored 10
Kingdom 3rd Season
Kingdom 3rd Season
Dec 5, 8:52 AM
Completed 26/26 · Scored 10
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Days: 55.0
Mean Score: 7.31
  • Total Entries75
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Spirit Circle
Spirit Circle
Feb 23, 10:35 PM
Reading 32/45 · Scored -
One Piece
One Piece
Oct 29, 2022 3:24 PM
Reading 1064/? · Scored 9
May 19, 2021 2:38 PM
Reading 679/? · Scored 10

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AkaiWaZ Oct 17, 7:45 AM
You know... you describe it perfectly. Dezaki wasn't a special director for just one quality, but he was very versatile and could make a masterpiece in a number of different genres. Ashita no Joe is a revolutionary work in the anime world, while Astro World began everything AnJ really introduced something special to the scene. Like you say, "the prime model of character development" hits the nail on the head. That's one of the best ways to describe it. All his other works have their charm in their own ways as well.
Btw what do you think of Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu? I'm planning to start watching it soon and saw it on your profile, I hear so many stuff about it and many ppl say it's one of the best
AkaiWaZ Sep 29, 3:46 PM
Hello! Thanks for accepting my FR :)
Amazing profile btw, really great design you have.
Looks like you're a big fan of Dezaki's works... which anime is your favorite from him? Rn I'm on a journey of discovering the old gold by him lol he's one of the best directors tbh
SheyCroix Dec 31, 2022 9:19 PM

HAPPY NEW YEAR 2023!! 🎉🎉

AmbiguousMonster Sep 28, 2022 3:55 PM
After what feels like 500 years, I've finally finished my PhD. I've published most of my PhD in some great, high impact journals and got a lot of co-authorships. I've not got a postdoc position sorted out, but I should be reasonably competitive in the job market.

I've not been watching much anime recently (of course), but I have greatly enjoyed what I have checked out. Attack on Titan and Mushoku Tensei were excellent, Demon Slayer is entertaining for what it is and the Cyberpunk anime was a big surprise. I'm at the stage where any show that doesn't give me goosebumps is hard to justify checking out. I've found that this quality over quantity approach of watching maybe 4-5 series a year works well with my busy work life. How have things been going for you?
Alkemist_123 Aug 8, 2022 10:40 AM
Great favorites
_Mariko Jul 8, 2022 9:39 AM
W favorites
Renxit Feb 17, 2022 7:14 AM
Except some episodes in the middle Flanders no Inu (1975) was good. It is understandable that the repeated dog beatings in the beginning might irritate some people however I don't think one should hate this anime for that. I really liked episodes 19-20 (last episodes with hardware man), It was compelling. Episodes Concerning Nello's drawings was generally good. last Episodes with Nello's grandfather was just outstanding I think this is where the anime truly shines.Just like Ie Naki ko this anime is really good at portraying poverty.Thanks for recommending this anime to me I'm really grateful.

I'm currently watching Alps monogatari ( A title that I've picked up from your top 100) and Heidi. I'm yet to watch Romeo and Trapp family but since you've recommended them I'll watch one of them after I finish those.

Btw is Takarajima (1978) worth watching what are strong the points of it? Jim hawking is less realistically drawn than Remi.
Nurguburu Feb 10, 2022 1:42 PM
Wormaq Jan 26, 2022 7:52 PM
thanks for the accept!
SheyCroix Dec 31, 2021 8:18 PM

HAPPY NEW YEAR 2022!! 🎉🎉

Renxit Dec 29, 2021 12:01 PM
Hi how have you been? I hope you are well.
I've finally finished watching Perrine Monogatari and I was really surprised, Saree is a Common attire in the indo-east so I'm very much Familiar with it but I've never seen a character in an anime wearing it Perrine's mother looked really well in it. She was also very kind seeing her die was really Sad. Episodes preceding and following her death was Substantially good. Episode 47 was really a shocker I never expected the fire incident. Perrine's grandfather was exceptionally good character Perrine was also a good character as well only complain can be that she is good at almost everything ( making her own utensils, Knowing good English).

After watching both Ie Naki ko and Perrine I must agree with you that Ie Naki ko is far superior. Ie Naki ko for me was more exciting to watch.However watching the anime till the end was satisfying.

I've now watched four anime from WMT (Anne, Marco, Les mis and Perrine) what other WMT animes would you recommend?
de_dencin Dec 19, 2021 10:43 PM
Doing great , what are u currently watching?
de_dencin Dec 17, 2021 12:15 AM
Sup how's going?
Renxit Sep 5, 2021 7:12 PM
Hi How have you been? I've recently watched Ie Naki ko it was a great anime Full of pain suffering but at the same time joy and happiness.The story, Art style and Music were all Compelling. I didn't expect to see so many deaths even so I really liked it. The ending was entirely satisfying. It certainly is one of the few animes that I can recommend to my family.

Is Perrine monogatari as good as Ie Naki ko? What are the strong points of Perrine Monogatari?
GodspeedK May 5, 2021 3:53 AM
I feel you, as much as I enjoy reading manga, it's a tough life with tons of unfinished work, that could take years to be finished and sometimes even leave unsatisfying conclusions or are in hiatus hell.
What I'm currently doing is reading up the conclusion of the last finished arc and then picking up another series. When I then get back to that series when I feel like it I won't be left in the middle of an arc. Obviously, I at least wait until the new arc to finish. Only exception atm is one piece got too invested into the wano arc, so putting that on hold after.

Man with kingdom half the time I come back to the manga, I don't even remember who they're fighting anymore or where they are at xD also put that on hold at the end of an arc. it gets too confusing for me when I've been out of the series for a while.

If you pick up chainsaw man let me know your thoughts.
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