- Anime Fan since 2000. Was introduced to anime through a friend who got me hooked on DBZ. Strictly watched just DBZ for two years prior to giving other anime series a chance. I still remember how annoying it was to watch DBZ on toonami when they kept showing re-runs.. over and over again...
-Skiing (blitzing down the mountain at godlike speeds and off ramps that *almost* broke my back. Good Times)
-Going to Japan Summer 2010.
THE MUSH MAP
10 – Series that attain this level of greatness have impressed me from start to finish. The story, the characters, everything seemed to be top-notch. These's series have the greatest chance of being re-watched and come with the highest level of approval from me. The cream of the crop.
9 – These shows are almost as great as a 10. The only difference is that there was something in the series, something small, that I either didn’t like, or felt that if something was added it would be damn near perfect. Theses series are also very highly recommended to everyone.
8 – These series I really did enjoy, and I would still recommend them to just about everyone. But there flaws are a bit more noticeable then a 9. However, I still thoroughly enjoyed watching these shows to the extent that I would recommend the majority of these titles.
7 – These are “fine” series, a lot more flaws then 8’s, the chances of re-watching is low, but they were a decent 1 time pass. These are what I like to call “mixed bag series” it’s like a rollercoaster, some episodes are great, some are decent. I would only recommend specific series from this section, if I knew that individual liked that specific genre.
6 – These series have very redundant storylines, stuff that has already been milked. OR these shows were just par at best. This is where the bad begins to greatly affect the level of enjoyment received from the show. We’re talking 60% good, 40% decent (at the very best) so it would be very rare for me to recommend a shows in this batch.