Akai_Shuichi's Profile

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Anime Stats
Days: 433.7
Mean Score: 5.81
  • Total Entries1,958
  • Rewatched93
  • Episodes25,962
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Ie Naki Ko Remy
Ie Naki Ko Remy
6 hours ago
Watching 16/23 · Scored -
Detective Conan
Detective Conan
Apr 19, 6:07 PM
Watching 897/? · Scored 10
Steins;Gate 0
Steins;Gate 0
Apr 19, 4:45 PM
Watching 2/23 · Scored -
Manga Stats
Days: 37.1
Mean Score: 7.00
  • Total Entries67
  • Reread0
  • Chapters6,677
  • Volumes636
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Umineko no Naku Koro ni - Episode 3: Banquet of the Golden Witch
Umineko no Naku Koro ni - Episode 3: Banquet of the Golden Witch
Mar 19, 10:29 AM
Completed 22/22 · Scored 9
Umineko no Naku Koro ni - Episode 2: Turn of the Golden Witch
Umineko no Naku Koro ni - Episode 2: Turn of the Golden Witch
Mar 8, 12:01 PM
Completed 28/28 · Scored 8

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TheGeniusBaka Apr 10, 7:02 PM
I see
thanks for advice.
TheGeniusBaka Apr 9, 8:37 PM
hey is master ketaon a good detective anime ?
Akai_Shuichi Apr 5, 3:39 PM
I don't really have enough words to express how sad I am by the loss of Isao Takahata. He's the author of some of my favorite movies, including my single favorite movie in Grave of the Fireflies. His work in Ghibli was outstanding, and his work before Ghibli might be even more impressive. The way he brought Anne of Green Gables to life in anime format was outstanding to say the least, and that was just one of his works in the World Masterpiece Theater.

Most people probably understand he was a great influence for the anime world, but I'm honestly not sure if they really understand how big it was. Takahata's influence is something that will forever live in anime, and I don't think it's an exaggeration calling it second to none. He's at the highest possible level a director can be, along the very best names the anime industry historically has to offer.

Eduardo_tv16 Apr 3, 5:07 PM
Que te esta pareciendo Maison Ikkoku?
APSS Apr 2, 3:05 PM
Muchísimas gracias por contestar mi duda.
APSS Apr 2, 12:49 PM
Que tal pintan el manga de Real y Claymore?
Imaishi Mar 26, 12:00 PM
Hey man!
I had my first try at writing a review: https://myanimelist.net/reviews.php?id=275188

Looking at your score, I know our opinions of the show are vastly different, but if you have a moment to read it anyway and let me know what you think of it, I would be glad!


I see you're watching bit more again, aren't you? Got bored of PlayStation and have time for anime again :D?
Imaishi Feb 4, 1:47 PM
Anything in particular you're thinking of, when you say you might add them to your top 100?

I too share the sentiment of not seeing myself quitting anime ever, and at the very least not in any foreseeable future. While I sometimes experience brief burnouts of watching very little, it's still the medium I like the most and love exploring, and there's far too much to ever run out of, heck, I might take a while to finish some single franchises or works of one author. Leijiverse comes to mind as something extremely vast that I want to finish. So far I have watched most (I think all?) anime about Harlock, but there's still so much more, Galaxy Express and stuff.

Well, that is not to say I dislike him, and I definitely do respect his huge influence on the medium, I'm kinda torn. And mind you, his stuff is manga, and I very rarely read manga, only read a short, first version of Getter Robo. There is definitely a lot lost in the adaptations, at least the early ones. Devilman is almost completely something else as far as I know. He has some great ideas, but his style and love for violence (in some of his works, like Violence Jack which almost solely death and rape) aren't always my thing. Mazinger I really like, but it didn't age very well and was kinda kiddy, but it's still fun, I watched over 100 episodes of it (the sequel, Great Mazinger, is only partially subbed) and as I said, I have high hopes for the modern iteration which seems to be free of the things that constrained the original. Same can be said about Cutey Honey - starting with the 2000 something OVA (directed by Imaishi, actually) I went into it with big expectations, as I liked the concept, but once again - early 70s might just be too old for me, lol, it was just boring, but shouldn't. OVAs from the 90s were so much better, albeit just very short and lacking overarching plot. There's also some really cheesy stuff (robots vs dinosaurs lmao). I respect him, like some of it, but I definitely do think his ideas were worked on and improved over time.

Engaged to the Unidentified is actually a 2014 anime, and pretty popular too, but whatever.

What PC games are you into? I don't have a console so I wouldn't know about these, but if you gamed some on PC maybe we share some things we like.
Imaishi Feb 4, 7:25 AM
The new layout is really good, but I hope you saved your old one somewhere, it was nice as well. I like that you left the Logengramm writing, I like it.

I see, I did notice you slowed a bit with your anime, hope you get to watching a lot again. And maybe add something to your top 100 as well.

I've been watching quite a bit lately, last few weeks mostly exploring Go Nagai's stuff, who seems to be really loved, although I'm not really a fan. His stuff is okay, but some of it way too violent and brutal with no real reason, Violence Jack is outright garbage and Devilman, with some great ideas, still has problems and could use a bit toning down. His mecha stuff is fine, so is Cutey Honey, but most of it aged really poorly. In fact I like the more 'recent' (aka not 70s) takes on his stuff a lot more, like 90s Cutey Honey OVA.
I just started 2009's version of Mazinger Z and it has potential to be really good, hope I'm not wrong on this one.

As for really good stuff, I rewatched Utena after over 2 years and loved the hell out of it, probably even more than on my first watch, couldn't stop thinking about it for a week, love it a lot. Also, watched Yuasa's new movie, "The night is short, Walk on girl" and I loved it a lot, I think it's even better than Tatami Galaxy, similar in some aspects (artstyle is the same) but I found it much more fun and adorable. You should give it a try, most seem to think it's not up to par with Tatami, but I think it's not true.

Other than that, been watching mostly some mediocre crap and following few seasonals, but Engaged to the Unidentified caught me by surprise, expected it to be some moeblob, but it was funny as hell and had a decent, calm romance without annoying drama, kinda left me wanting a bit more, as it's an unfinished adaptation.

I will probably be watching bit less now though, as I got back into World of Warcraft, and that might take most of my free time, lol.
suraj_anton Feb 3, 10:56 AM
Woah!!!! Nice profile layout.... Simply love it🤑🤑🤑
Is the new ginga eiyuu densetsu releasing this year??
Imaishi Jan 31, 3:46 PM
holy crap man, you changed your profile pic? is this real life?, woah, you have had it since I only remember you

also, happy late birthday

how is anime life going for you? watched anything really good lately?
suraj_anton Jan 30, 4:24 AM
Happy birthday ^^ :)
Hope you have fun today

P.s. I watch your list everytime i come online, and take recommendations as to what i should watch next from it😂😂
Akai_Shuichi Nov 17, 2017 5:57 AM
Sad day for anime...

RIP Bulma, Ayukawa Madoka

AmbiguousMonster Nov 16, 2017 1:28 AM
I just saw Heaven’s Feel. I might write my extended thoughts later, but in general:
-It felt like a blend of Kara no Kyoukai and UBW.
-Easily Ufotable’s best work, and the CG application was spotless. Screenshots galore, and its effects make most Hollywood productions blush in never embarrassment.
-Much more content was covered than I expected.
-Incredibly violent and even gut wrenching at parts. The new servant is quite horrifying.
-Oddly funny at points.
GodspeedK Nov 13, 2017 12:08 PM
Aight I'll check out your channel when I have the time!

Let me know once you've seen the fight it was one of my top DB moments.
DBS has definatly gotten better over time, it unfortunatly still has those low budget animation moments from time to time, but a lot less then before.
I still prefer the manga version over the anime though. But the Goku vs Jiren fight is the one thing I doubt the manga can surpass, just because of how the episodes uses it's medium, so well with high quality animation, epic music and just some really good fight directing.