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Anime Stats
Days: 154.6
Mean Score: 6.40
  • Total Entries1,733
  • Rewatched6
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Altered Carbon: Resleeved
Altered Carbon: Resleeved
Apr 2, 8:12 PM
Completed 1/1 · Scored -
Under the Dog
Under the Dog
Apr 2, 11:24 AM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 5
Uchuu Senkan Yamato 2202: Ai no Senshi-tachi
Uchuu Senkan Yamato 2202: Ai no Senshi-tachi
Apr 2, 7:06 AM
Watching 13/26 · Scored 6
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BiDiGiN Aug 26, 2019 3:40 PM
Hell ye! I haven't watched it but instead read it. The first part of the story is very good too with the rivalry between Joe and Rikishi, though if you want to go through the first part a bit faster I've heard that the last 25 (don't know exactly but something around that) episodes are recapped in the beginning of the second season, I personally haven't seen it and only saw some info on forums but ask your friend if it is worth watching the last episodes that are recapped at the end of the 1st part.
BiDiGiN Aug 26, 2019 10:15 AM
Really nice profile, I saw you started Ashita no Joe, hope you like it!
LoneWolf Aug 4, 2019 12:35 AM
I mean there are a few newer directors trying to make waves, but I don't think they'll ever make the same kind of impact as Juggernauts like Miyazaki, Takahata, Otomo and Oshii. Just to name a few though Hosoda, Shinkai (I'm going to see him at TIFF this September for his new film really excited), Keiicha Hara and my personal favorite of the new bunch Yuasa. I just have a fondness for the grittiness of oldschool movies like Ghost in the Shell, Akira, and Jin-Roh though.

Oh gawd yeah it was a little awkward I just came with one friend and he wasn't really even into anime that much he was just kind of a hipster and into "indie stuff" I feel like that movie kind of deepened our friendship... not the type of thing you forget lol. Yeah the original was absolutely terrible, most of the songs were incomprehensible and scenes were impossible to make out. I should honestly just get a 4K TV though I would love to see the stuff I grew up on in a new light.
LoneWolf Jul 9, 2019 9:01 AM
Yeah I wish there was more awareness or like notices of when older anime get proper bluray releases I'm sure a lot of fans of older anime would really like to know. Speaking of Akira though apparently its getting a 4K remaster and the director is making a new movie called Orbital Era.
I feel like high budget original anime movies without pre-established source material are very rare these days, so I'm really excited. Otomo is very underrated as a director/producer and a mangaka. His last feature work Steamboy wasn't that well received, but I quite liked it.

I'd really like to watch more old anime in 4K, but I don't have a 4K TV lol. I think the only think I saw in 4K remaster was Belladona of Sadness in this indie movie theater is was really intense... not a movie I thought I'd ever see with an audience lol.

Dezaki is very underappreciated. I still have a few things of his I would like to see like the Black Jack OVAs and Treasure Island... considering how much stuff hes done I feel like I shouldn't ever finish but his recent works are not quite as great as his older ones... too bad we won't see anything from him in the future though RIP.
LoneWolf Jul 5, 2019 9:37 AM
I loved Space Cobra, the visuals in the show are sooo trippy sometimes and I still love those still frames. Dezaki really knew how to get you excited. I hope you're watching the remastered version. Remastered movies look sooooo amazing. Like if you've watched stuff like Wings of Honneamise, Akira, Patlabor movies, Escaflowne, Jin-Roh etc. Yeah modern anime and modern media in general just makes our attention spans shorter. Sometimes I find it hard to even sit through a movie thats longer than 90 mins.
LoneWolf Jul 3, 2019 9:27 AM
Yeah I feel you... its been hard to stay consistent with watching anime, there are usually a few seasonals that I really want to watch though. Like next season Dr. Stone, Vinland Saga and Accelerator looks good. It's less and less shows everyone season though and sometimes I even end up dropping... like Sarazanmai last season that Ikuhara show... I feel like in the past I would have kept going with it, but it just couldn't keep my attention. Yeah anime is still good, I think I'm just old and jaded and don't have as much time these days lol.

I actually have a huge backlog of older shows to watch too. 12 Kingdoms which I'm pretty sure you recommended way back in the day is on it too... I just haven't had the motivation to get though them especially since a lot of them are like 26+ episodes long and I've gotten used to the 11-13 episodes that most anime are now. Yeah I think I should dedicate some more time for older shows, cause honestly theres a lot that I haven't seen yet that would be considered classics like Legend of the Galactic Heroes.
LoneWolf Jul 2, 2019 11:30 AM
I have an interview coming up for the interview club on this site. Feel free to submit some questions about me.

How've you been btw
Aeonic Apr 20, 2018 11:28 AM
Hey, did you enjoy watching kono sekai?
Aeonic Apr 15, 2018 8:56 AM
Rurouni kenshin gets better once they introduce the primary antagonist, but after that arc is finished the series is comprised of fillers. The manga was still publishing at the time, so that's why the series never got a proper adaptation. Watch the series up to around episode 65, if I'm remembering correctly; somewhere in the 60s. The rest of the show is just non filler material and horrendous. The series really needs a remake.
efeuille Apr 13, 2018 3:30 PM
All right! Then might get around to it after i clear my current sci-fi backlogs. It's been quite some time since i actually watched a sci-fi as good as disappearnece of haruhi.
efeuille Apr 13, 2018 1:45 PM
Hey, seems you have watched tetsuwan birdy decode. Thoughts?
Aeonic Apr 10, 2018 8:57 AM
I think we were a little spoiled in the 2000s and late 90s, with the plethora of amazing shows that were available to us. There were a few gems last year, nothing that will amount to transcendent classics, but still shows that are worth investing your time in. The anime industry needs to stop churning out these new iterations of Macross, the show used to be an iconic show that was revolutionary at the time. The Macross franchise has been irreparably damaged, because of these modern versions that are horrendous.
Aeonic Apr 8, 2018 6:45 AM
Hey, what are your early impressions of the new legend of the galactic heroes and megalo box?
Aeonic Apr 3, 2018 6:42 PM
Nice. I really enjoyed Girls Last Tour. It broached several subjects that were quite profound and rarely are mentioned in anime; the afterlife, what it means to be alive, civilizations being built upon on other civilians just to name a few. I know the characters look like your average moe blobs, but once you're able to get passed the fact they're moe, the show has a lot to offer.

That's good that you're enjoying Shouwa, the first season was my favourite series of 2016. The sequel is not as good as its predecessor, but it does it justice and offers a satisfying conclusion.

I'm excited to watch Golden Kamuy, the newest iteration of Full metal panic, the new Legend of the Galactic heroes series, Megalo box, Steins gate 0 and Lupin part V. I have to catch up on part IV first though, before I attempt watching Lupin part V.
Aeonic Mar 30, 2018 3:42 PM
Hey, how have you been? Are you excited for the Spring season?