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Anime Stats
Days: 250.7
Mean Score: 7.59
  • Total Entries1,206
  • Rewatched82
  • Episodes15,203
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Sword Art Online: Alicization
Sword Art Online: Alicization
Apr 16, 2:22 PM
Completed 24/24 · Scored -
Sayonara no Asa ni Yakusoku no Hana wo Kazarou
Sayonara no Asa ni Yakusoku no Hana wo Kazarou
Mar 15, 1:24 PM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 10
Kishuku Gakkou no Juliet
Kishuku Gakkou no Juliet
Feb 9, 3:17 PM
Completed 12/12 · Scored 8
Manga Stats
Days: 7.9
Mean Score: 8.83
  • Total Entries53
  • Reread0
  • Chapters1,364
  • Volumes157
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Harumatsu Bokura
Harumatsu Bokura
Apr 12, 8:30 AM
Reading 20/? · Scored -
Tokyo Ghoul:re
Tokyo Ghoul:re
Jan 16, 2:29 AM
Reading 86/181 · Scored -
Bokura ga Ita
Bokura ga Ita
Dec 25, 2018 12:50 PM
Completed 70/70 · Scored 10


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Starchaser Mar 6, 9:11 AM
Lol, thanks
Siejomaru Feb 17, 3:10 PM
Thank you, the pleasure is mine. How are you?
Siejomaru Feb 16, 7:42 AM
Hello, thanks for accepting my request
rsc-pl Feb 15, 9:52 AM
Bayek said:
Actually, I'd just say I'm superior for recognizing that one doesn't have to be a weird, stupid weeaboo to accept that other people will use Japanese terminology when interacting with a Japanese medium.

I'm quoting it here, because I don't want to argue with idiots in source thread.
Yeah. Finally someone is talking with sense. Dub lovers are cancerous no matter where you met them (these people who were upset for using terms like seiyuu are dub warriors on MAL boards) - same is happening with western movies. This is one of the reasons why I consider dubbing industry as a mistake.
FluffyRem Feb 9, 4:22 PM
Yeah hehe
FluffyRem Feb 9, 7:10 AM
Hello. I like your profile of tepes :3
Nintendofan204 Jan 27, 3:47 PM
Don't worry about it. I often take while to reply myself.

I understand that. I can only really get to anime after I've chilled for a bit. After getting off from school or something, I usually want to just sit around or play video games. Take a bit less effort since I don't have to follow a plot.

Game of Thrones is amazing! Glad you started that. I'm very exicted for the final season that airs in April. Its one of my favorite live-action shows... probably my favorite.
Nintendofan204 Dec 22, 2018 9:04 AM
Hey. It's been awhile. How've you been?
syncrogazer Dec 22, 2018 7:49 AM
Take your time and enjoy the season. I'm going to be really bothersome and urge you to try and watch Figure 17 sometime. It's a very unique experience.

Culture clash? I'm going to have to check it out, because that kind of stuff always interests me.

Merry Christmas.
Faintly Dec 15, 2018 6:55 PM
Will Siwa never know peace?
syncrogazer Dec 12, 2018 7:02 AM
Interestingly enough I don't particularly find Mushishi to be very atmospheric

I'm going to take this statement back, because it doesn't make much sense. What I should have said: the anime doesn't endear me to its setting as much as I was expecting. Probably because Ginko is always traveling, but his wandering itself isn't a focus, so the scenery is more of a backdrop than an 'anchor.'
syncrogazer Dec 11, 2018 11:15 AM
Speaking of unique finds, I would also suggest giving Zettai Shounen or Figure 17 a try, and maybe even Hanada Shounen-shi too if you don't mind comedy in your supernatural shows. The early to mid-2000s really seem to have a monopoly on slow-paced rural life anime, and slow-paced anime in general. I could probably find even more underrated ones if I went through my list, stuff like Someday's Dreamers and Kokoro Library...anime from that time period in general have a certain feeling about them, and I consider myself to be a big fan of them.

I'm getting through it 6-7 episodes at a time, so I kind of have a lot to say, lol. I imagine you've thought about the show a lot more than I have though. Are there any episodes/ideas that particularly stand out to you?

My favorite time of the year is between Thanksgiving & Christmas as it feels like all of the festivities & joy just come together in that month span

Oh yes, I definitely agree. Even just seeing dark streets brightened up by Christmas decorations on a cold night really refreshes the soul. It reminds me that we haven't yet lost a sense of old fashioned holiday spirit.

Man, it seems like you got a lot of anime on your plate (in a good way)

After getting the Patlabor boxset, I'm just going to have to pray that more older anime gets the Blu-ray box treatment, but I guess it all depends on if there's a Japanese Blu-ray release Keeping my fingers perpetually crossed for Gall Force, because holy fuck the DVDs are expensive, and there's a ton of them. Also, fuck Harmony Gold, for not letting me spend my money on any official Macross English releases. It kind of stinks that a lot of the stuff I'd like to own is out of print...but I shouldn't complain too much when there is so much anime out there that I can own legally.
syncrogazer Nov 30, 2018 7:57 AM
I can't even count how many shows take 3-5 episodes to warm up and then completely hook me in once they finally build up the momentum.

I often find shows losing steam after the 5th episode rather than getting better. Maybe it's because I don't watch too many long-running shows? I dunno. 50 eps huh, I don't have the patience to wait for something to click like that, to be honest.

I'm definitely going to watch Mushishi, it's set in stone. I've loved pretty much every slow-paced supernatural show I've seen, the last one being Mokke, and I adored it. I'll try to reign in my bias against very highly-rated show, which I'll admit, makes me very picky when I watch shows I know are adored by pretty much everyone. Will watch it after I'm done with G-Reco (which I heard is absolutely insane so it'll probably be a nice change of pace). Either way, it'll probably make for some interesting discussion if you want to talk about it. In the end my Christmas tradition might just be participating in MAL's 'Secret Santa' event again...

I'm wanting to build up my collection a bit

The time to do it is when the prices are low, I guess. I resisted temptation and didn't buy anything on Black Friday, anime wise, but some of those deals were pretty good. I often just buy stuff here and there on a whim. But I know what it's like, whenever I hear people talking about their collections, it makes me want to invest in mine even more. Perhaps I already asked this, and at risk of getting this conversation stuck in a loop: how big of a collection do you have?

My Thanksgiving was fine. Quiet and typical with the family, but that's okay by me. I've never been super excited by the holiday. How about you?
syncrogazer Nov 21, 2018 4:45 PM
Admittedly I find myself sometimes scoring shows mentally before they're over.

I do this too. My ranting was not without a lot of self-awareness. I work hard trying to watch things and enjoy them for what they are, but it isn't easy, because preconceptions are hard to change and humans are creatures that mimic. It feels really good when a show that I'm wary about before starting (because of whatever stupid superficial reason) smacks me around and opens up my eyes to it. It's why I try to take chances and watch things that don't immediately appeal to me, though I think I'm still far too close minded for my own good when it comes to picking stuff out. It only takes one failure to get me back to playing it safe.

Too many people see it the other way and equate cynicism with intellect.

It doesn't take that much work to do and it's effective at making the cynic seem like a discerning analyst. It's also relatively easy to prompt some kind of reaction with anything negative, making an even profounder impact on the audience ('really made me thunk,' and etc.) I get why people do it in the public sphere for anime and whatnot, I just find it tiresome. Then you get the 'anime is trash and so am I' types, who are on another level of obnoxious.

I better figure out what I'm going to do for a Christmas tradition, or it's going to pass me by like Halloween did. I started my Hidamari Sketch rewatch on a whim recently, but it seems cheap to turn that into a Christmas thing just because of timing. Based on the size of my 'Watch Next' folder, I'll probably get to Mushishi sometime around mid-December, or maybe even a little earlier depending.

Never even thought of Black Friday for anime stuff. Looking now, there's DVDs for 4 bucks and even some Blu-rays for like 7. It's as if they want to force me to buy random shows nobody else wants that I don't really need to own, lol. (Two things that were pre-ordered shipped this month, so I'm wary to spend any more on 2D...but it's tempting.)

Happy Thanksgiving.
Wolfsbane Nov 15, 2018 9:00 PM
Im glad to hear it was. You deserved that experience. Panels are cool tbh. A friend of mine went to teh con here and apparently a super popular voice actress was tehre which was pretty cool. Buoght a lot of stuff and even brought me some mango to read heh. Ooff, that sounds quite lovely. Made any friends tehre? Heh, im happy for you.

I should go to one someday

How you been Raton my friend aaa