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Anime Stats
Days: 48.2
Mean Score: 5.96
  • Total Entries278
  • Rewatched0
  • Episodes3,879
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Shingeki no Kyojin Season 3 Part 2
Shingeki no Kyojin Season 3 Part 2
9 hours ago
Watching 7/10 · Scored -
Today, 4:07 AM
Watching 14/24 · Scored -
Fate/stay night Movie: Heaven's Feel - II. Lost Butterfly
Fate/stay night Movie: Heaven's Feel - II. Lost Butterfly
Yesterday, 1:35 PM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 8
Manga Stats
Days: 3.5
Mean Score: 6.03
  • Total Entries191
  • Reread0
  • Chapters495
  • Volumes70
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Chi no Wadachi
Chi no Wadachi
4 hours ago
Reading 51/? · Scored 10
Hare no Hi
Hare no Hi
Jun 13, 12:41 PM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 8
Jun 13, 3:17 AM
Plan to Read · Scored -



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Optigisa 3 hours ago
Veronin 10 hours ago
Quite possibly. Shingeki and JoJo Part 5 are the only anime ending this season that I have much of an interest in reviewing. Tate no Yuusha seems like it will be another Goblin Slayer and I don't really have the energy for that kind of drama again.
HeadlessHorseman 11 hours ago
Not so great, but I do think I've found it more enjoyable and easier to get through than the anime version. All the characters are one-dimensional, but on the very rare occasion the series does do something that leaves me moderately interested in what will happen. The series relishes in killing off as many characters as possible without really doing much to develop or characterize them beforehand. There are instances where it can't even stay true to its own terrible premise as it feels like it decides to not kill off a character simply for the sake of keeping shippers satisfied. Granted, the prequel Zero series is helping to make some of the things in the parent AgK series not seem as poorly handled, but only by just a bit. The art is pretty good and the action scenes flow really well though, so it does have that going for it. I honestly have no idea why out of all the series I could have chosen to read I picked up this one, lol.
HeadlessHorseman Yesterday, 7:53 AM
I enjoy it. There's none of the drama that you may find in other series of the genre. It's more of a slow-paced slice of the life set in the countryside that appreciates the little things in life that can make someone happy. It's not going to be winning any awards for most creative story-line, but the characters are all quite endearing. If interested, I'd definitely recommend giving it a chance.
AshWidow Jun 17, 6:26 PM
Thanks man
AshWidow Jun 17, 5:23 AM
That is a nice reply from you. I am also fond of the anime adaptation of Aku no Hana despite all the love and much hate. However, the haters usually just put the blame on the character design that is like some disaster but never how the amazing backgrounds, sounds work to create a great atmosphere. Heck, I even prefer the character design to the manga. It may be really different from how anime usually look. It is far from being the best anime ever created, but it was such an unique experience that is really mesmerizing. I watched it few months ago without being familiar with the source material before in range of about 7pm-3am with single break after Saeki knowing Kasuga did the mess in the classroom. Such an impactful moment that i wish it was longer though, yet chances for the continuation of the anime is really slim. Which is kinda depressing for those who want to experience this again with the next parts of the story.

I did a review about this anime, wrote it few days after finishing it about three months ago. It feels really good to write to express my own thoughts about one of my favourite in words especially if it is a guilty pleasure anime that had mixed reactions or prone to bashing from the audiences. If you don't mind i shall provide my review link right here.

Are you waiting for the physical manga? I already read all the manga on a digital manga app. Anime is still the best version but would never be finished. That is only the major issue with the anime for me. Manga is pretty good to know more about the rest of the story but i didn't have the feel i always longing unlike similar depressive manga such as Oyasumi Punpun.
llimdaert_hpue Jun 16, 1:53 AM
Thanks. I actually forgot it was my birthday until just now.
AshWidow Jun 15, 5:51 PM
God, what a treat seeing someone puts Aku no Hana (anime) in their favs list.
emilscherbe Jun 15, 6:52 AM
I'm definitely considering giving it a second chance once its finished, though I'm thinking of watching some of Ikuhara's other shows beforehand. I think it will help me get used to that distinctive style if I watch stuff like Penguindrum first.
Poseur Jun 14, 5:29 AM
lmao wtf

Poseur Jun 13, 7:38 AM
did you see my music list
Greyleaf Jun 13, 4:40 AM
Hey, thank you so much! That's very kind of you. ^_^
HeadlessHorseman Jun 12, 7:07 AM
I think it works better as a manga than it did in animated form, but it's still not good. All it does is create as much drama as possible.
Poseur Jun 12, 4:15 AM
I stop worrying what people think about my looks. Things were better that way