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Anime Stats
Days: 105.0
Mean Score: 5.46
  • Total Entries700
  • Rewatched49
  • Episodes6,094
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Jul 27, 11:24 PM
Plan to Watch · Scored -
Turn A Gundam
Turn A Gundam
Jul 25, 10:40 PM
Watching 19/50 · Scored -
Mobile Suit Gundam G40
Mobile Suit Gundam G40
Jul 25, 8:58 PM
Plan to Watch · Scored -
Manga Stats
Days: 89.3
Mean Score: 5.88
  • Total Entries622
  • Reread10
  • Chapters15,493
  • Volumes1,659
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Kozure Ookami
Kozure Ookami
Aug 9, 2:46 PM
Reading 16/142 · Scored -
Louvre no Neko
Louvre no Neko
Aug 2, 2:09 AM
Completed 18/18 · Scored 6
Kidou Senshi Moon Gundam
Kidou Senshi Moon Gundam
Jul 29, 12:16 PM
Plan to Read · Scored -


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ihateeveryone Aug 9, 1:33 PM
holy hell
MysticSmilez Jul 10, 8:14 AM
Any J-Rock must listen recommendations? I've only been listening to BUCK-TICK but love their sound
TyDrian Feb 9, 7:32 AM
I love your anime list fellow HxH lover :)
ImmortalLoli Nov 5, 2019 4:13 PM
Sorry for the late reply! Would you happen to have any recommendations for some good horror? Manga or anime! I’m always up for horror any time of year :)
Trivialmadness Nov 5, 2019 3:22 AM

Sorry for being dead. There's been too much things going on lately.

So your roots are literally in the delinquent department! Cool. :D My favourite amongst them must be Nanba MG5. The story is top-notch yanki stuff and the character designs are awesome. Kyou Kara Ore Wa has also been on my reading list for ages since it's said to be awfully good.
ImmortalLoli Oct 18, 2019 2:39 PM
Oh wow, I didn’t think anyone would notice! I changed it to match my Instagram handle which is immortal.loli xD But yes, it me!
Trivialmadness Sep 11, 2019 2:01 AM
Yanki manga for life bro. 0/ What's your favorite out there?
CharizardX Sep 10, 2019 7:52 PM
It was fun. Its a short movie that I saw at Fantasia movie festival in Montreal back in july/august.
Trivialmadness Sep 3, 2019 10:13 AM
Hahah thanks you're welcome to do so. I'm gonna lurk around your lists too! ^w^
Ducat_Revel Sep 2, 2019 5:53 PM
So far, the 3 works I'd recommend most people would be Nodame Cantabile, Pieta (which you've read,) and Shinohara Chie The Best Selection. The last of these 3 is interesting. I can name a few more works that I've scored higher, but what it does is somewhat unique. It blends josei sentimentality with the grit of 1950s gekiga. Unfortunately the collection does become a bit monotonous and easy to predict as it goes on, but it's still a blend that I haven't seen. It also lets me know that Chie Shinohara is a voice that I was to pay attention to.
Stephen2D Jun 11, 2019 1:51 PM
Hey. Glad that you accepted my friend request. I saw that you also are a comic book aficionado, definitely broader than myself. Some years ago I was more of a DC and Vertigo kinda guy and from there I started reading from other publishers... a little Marvel, Image, Manga etc. . In heart maybe I am still a DC fanboy, however despite that, I don't keep with their present lineup (I stopped reading them after DC Rebirth). I now follow more miniseries and manga one-shots. I like when I find something good and new and usually with a complete story. Could you recommend something..? If you want manga recs I would say the ones by Minoru Furuya (he can also do funny - Ping Pong Club - and dramatic when needed - Ciguatera, Himizu) and if you have time you can look at Naoki Urasawa (Pluto etc). If ill have time I want to start this summer Banana Fish. I heard it is quite refreshing...
jal90 Jan 13, 2019 11:03 AM
I'm liking it, though I'm not completely sold, but it's not really the shows fault as much as a slight lack of interest in its setting, because it's doing well in general; in aesthetics and animation, in the tone and in the mystery. It's definitely not the same sort of show as the old Boogiepop, but it doesn't try to be and it's equally worth to me.
jal90 Jul 30, 2018 8:38 AM
It's quite cool! The elements so far are blending pretty greatly, there is nicely-animated action and fight choreography, there is a narrative hook of thriller/mystery that is working very well and the character interactions are quite on point as well. It has been a solid run, though it seems quite fast and I don't know how much stuff we will have in 24 episodes. Definitely worth the watch.
siston7 May 6, 2018 8:52 AM
I like Shigeru Mizuki's Hitler and Osamu Tezuka's Adolf ni Tsugu but this doesn't mean that i like Adolf Hitler.
siston7 May 3, 2018 6:28 AM
Because i really like them.