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Days: 233.3
Mean Score: 4.89
  • Total Entries1,340
  • Rewatched0
  • Episodes13,827
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Rurouni Kenshin: Meiji Kenkaku Romantan (2023)
Rurouni Kenshin: Meiji Kenkaku Romantan (2023)
37 minutes ago
Watching 23/24 · Scored -
Jujutsu Kaisen 2nd Season
Jujutsu Kaisen 2nd Season
5 hours ago
Watching 20/23 · Scored -
Dr. Stone: New World Part 2
Dr. Stone: New World Part 2
5 hours ago
Watching 9/11 · Scored -
All Manga Stats Manga Stats
Days: 79.4
Mean Score: 5.37
  • Total Entries340
  • Reread0
  • Chapters11,265
  • Volumes1,321
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"Oshi no Ko"
"Oshi no Ko"
Yesterday, 2:10 PM
Reading 134/? · Scored -
Chainsaw Man
Chainsaw Man
Dec 5, 8:40 AM
Reading 150/? · Scored -
Grand Blue
Grand Blue
Dec 4, 8:57 PM
Reading 89/? · Scored -

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animegamer245 Dec 4, 6:31 AM
The only anime from the season I'm currently watching Kimi no Koto ga Daidaidaidaidaisuki na 100-nin no Kanojo & Hikikomari Kyuuketsuki no Monmon, though I do have Frieren on my my ptw list since I heard it was good. It's 28 episodes long so I'm waiting for it to finish before I watch it while I clear out my list.

On that note one thing I'm also doing is putting every anime that I only watched dubbed on my ptw list since I exclusively watch things subbed nowadays.
kairyu-shin Nov 19, 10:35 PM
given you expressed certain displeasure/disinterest in this author, I'll conclude the topic by saying about a quarter way into reading Aku no Hana is I'm convinced shuzo oshimi is writing in his personal fetishes before conveying any moral or message lol. About five different manga in, I feel confident saying that.

Like this manga absolutely does not break the status quo of prior works, it's kind of shocking I had the impression it'd be something scary based solely on what I remembered of its surreal anime adaptation.
kairyu-shin Nov 12, 9:24 AM
Do you think it's weird to read a mangaka's work from the beginning of their career works and climb up to what you were interested in? Rather than just get into it right away. It's kind of a habit I only recently developed.

For the most part, I didn't mind it and liked Katsuhiro Otomo's (AKIRA) broader range of works for example. But reading early Shuzo Oshimi (Aku no Hana fame) has been rough. It's hard to believe this writer who only seemed to pen juvenile borderline hentai comedy manga decided to apparently get into psychological horror.

But just at a glance, you don't seem to have a good opinion of Aku no Hana anyway (4/10) so I'm not sure if he really does a 180 in quality.
animegamer245 Nov 7, 8:16 PM
I have the opposite problem going on, I have a hard time finding new anime that look interesting to me, so I'm using this opportunity to clean out my backlog or rewatch some old favorites.
animegamer245 Nov 6, 9:04 PM
Why did you stop?
kairyu-shin Oct 24, 6:47 PM
Pluto anime in two days. Did you like the manga? I am kind of hurrying up what I'm doing atm (reading To Love-Ru lol) to read that manga before watching that.

Kind of like how I have until November 4th to hurriedly rewatch binge Attack on Titan.
kairyu-shin Oct 13, 3:47 PM
I know of Outlast (though only the first game by personal experience), just not really too interested. I don't have any prejudice or motives behind the lack of interest, but it seems the fact I spent most of my life on anime bled into what kind of games I lean towards since almost everything is from Japan. The last Western game I played and can remember was The Last of Us (TLOU) early this year, which was a pretty great game. Got monstrously spoiled on what its sequel was about so the interest to play it isn't really all there ATM.

As for this month, I don't really do things per holiday or season but I have been coincidentally trying to play through the Fatal Frame series if you heard of it. I beat the first game, was pretty unimpressed by its datedness, then before I really dug into the second game got addicted to Mario games (namely 100%ing Super Mario Galaxy and its sequel) up until recently where I'm trying to find something to do in my backlog worth 20+ lives.
animegamer245 Oct 11, 3:25 PM
Do you only watch anime that is currently airing or do you occasionally check out older shows?
kairyu-shin Oct 10, 5:27 PM
Not sure if I ever asked you this (like in all the years), but do you have much of an opinion on or any personal ethics on piracy? I mean recently I thought since I have spent almost 20+ years on pirating anime, VNs, light novels of no consequence on the West side of the globe, I recently decided to turn Steam Deck into an all-purpose video game emulator.

It can play basically everything in existence, and I now have access to every game I would ever want to play if my legal Steam library isn't covering such (and I hoarded literally everything during a September spree), but this is oddly where I kind of feel guilty.
animegamer245 Oct 4, 5:17 PM
Nothing much.
animegamer245 Oct 3, 10:18 AM
kairyu-shin Sep 30, 12:27 AM
i noticed you dropped it so im guessing your impressions aren't positive but, still: even relative to all the ecchi schlock i've been steadily watching for a while now, monster musume tingled the brain for how dumb and over-the-top it was.
kairyu-shin Sep 15, 1:28 PM
makes sense. I guess I'm just weird then.

I'm basically going through a backlog of anime from a long time ago in order, and while some of it are just good rewatches (Gurren Lagann), some of the stuff I never saw before I'm just 100% forcing myself through. You know, like the seasonal 12-episode incest anime from the 2010s.
kairyu-shin Sep 13, 8:58 AM
Do you think the greatest sin that fictional media can commit is being boring
DeadlyChuck314 Aug 19, 7:40 AM
Just finished the mini after-stories.
I did Setsuna's first, then Kazusa (saving best girl for last 🔥). Setsuna's was pretty boring ngl. Like I'm happy for the characters and all, but that doesn't take away from how😴it was.
Kazusa's was kino. It didn't feel like an epilogue for the sake of being an epilogue (like Setsuna's felt like), this story felt like the epilogue Kazusa True route NEEDED. And goddamn the cg artist went wild

Also how worth it are the other extra contents (like the extra episode and digital novels and all)? What were they about + how were they overall?
It’s time to ditch the text file.
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