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Shaqutus Apr 1, 2014 1:33 PM
Oooo! Viimein!

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Daconator Mar 28, 2012 8:46 AM
Hey Feenuska, I've also finished Another, and I was hugely disappointed with the last episode.

That happens, sometimes there are characters from the manga that don't get to be on the anime, and vice-versa, and yes if you are unlucky then your favourite character might be the one sacrificed hehe. I agree, I defend that animes should strictly stick to the authenticity of their respective mangas, but that does not happen too often.

Well I'll be honest, concerning my view on Another, it's not more than an average anime. I disliked the characters, the story was ok, the background graphics were pretty good, but the style of the characters was completely off when you take into consideration the nature of the story, the music was ok. They did an anime which the plot has a dark nature, very well, but aside from that plot, the story of Another, what else is there to back it up by giving viewers that dark feeling of it? The music, the style used in the characters, and the voice actors, everything could be easily improved in my opinion. I rated it a 7 because the plot was interesting concerning the journey, taking aside the ending, the background graphics were excellent, the rest was average.
atty Mar 14, 2012 1:39 AM
I enjoyed the ending, it fit in well. I can't see how it could disappoint anyone unless they were looking for a more depressing sort of ending. Yeah, I'll definitely watch the movie! WhyNot subbed the OVA. :3
Daconator Mar 13, 2012 5:03 PM
I agree with you regarding Bakemonogatari. As you said, sometimes it's not necessary and seems forced, like "we want to add some ecchi to the anime" and they somehow put it there. I don't like either when that is the case, but I don't really pay that much attention to it, to be honest.
Keep in mind that quality only attracts people to a certan extent, content plays its role aswell. What I mean is, many producers or mangakas obviously dislike ecchi, and agree with you that ecchi can definitly bring down the quality of an anime. Nonetheless, ecchi is the type of content that can attract watchers, it does. Creators sometimes have these kind of dilemmas, for one hand as creators they want to create and provides the best possible pieces of art, for the other hand this is their life and how they get money, so they do need people to buy their works, that's why sometimes even if they dislike they add some cliches, this or that, which will most likely attract a bigger audience.

Well first let me say less than half of the animes out there can be considered ecchi. From that point, there are animes which ecchi is a genre within, and animes which contain ecchi (what I mean is, there are animes with tons of ecchi, almost ecchi based, and animes in which ecchi only has its few moments). Well, for the ecchi ones, that's just a genre they want to provide to the community, aswell as you have romance, action, adventure, and so on... As for the "normal" anime that get to contain ecchi moments, well you are right, it kind of sucks for people that dislike it, but the truth is that anime and mangas are a business, managers study the market and chances are, I'm pretty sure, that the very big majority of anime watchers are males, and from those males, only a tiny minority hates/dislikes it. Either they love it or like it, or they are like me and it's just indifferent.

So yes, basically my reply is this: business have 2 sides: they want to provide people the product as intended, with the best quality in the opinion of the creators; they want to sell as much as possible. What happens is that, sometimes these 2 things go agaisnt each other, and you have to make a trade-off, you either reduce a little of the quality in order to sell more, or sell less to have the product as you intended.
Daconator Mar 10, 2012 6:01 AM
Kamisama Dolls, well I had never heard of it, but now I know it's better not to watch it, hehe.

Well, in MAL I don't have the gender so much in consideration, I rather pay attention to the ratings and from there have a notion of what is the persons taste. From the favourites and ratings I can better come with a recommendation that comes closer to what the person enjoys, more then stereotiply recommend something girlish or boyish.

Hm I think Canaan is alright regarding that, some animes that might corrupt a bit your innocence would be Gantz, for exemple. But animes these days have a lot of naked women. Having ecchi doesn't mean the anime is bad, it can be quite good, but I understand how some people just don't like it. Regarding me, I don't like or dislike it, I don't pay too much attention at all. I just watch and have my opinion on wether the ecchi fits the plot, like in Elfen Lieds case for exemple, or Welcome To The NHK, or if it's just naughty and nonsense ecchi.
Ed0000 Mar 9, 2012 4:12 PM
I see... well, I stopped at the episode 13, I can't remember well. I had to stop watching some animes because of school. xD Anyway, I kinda thought that the anime would have 24 episodes (I will say the reason at this comment :3).. but it would be nice to have even more episodes :D I agree with you, and well.. I think that the game is even better. I thought that the anime was kind of rushed at the storyline... the arcs there at the beginning were so freaking fast, oh and the animation sometimes wasn't good enough in some scenes >.> But the anime is a good version though :)
I wish that I could explain more... because I forgot a lot of things from the game.
Daconator Mar 9, 2012 3:18 AM
If I have dropped animes before, yes I have! Usually I'm picky and I read the plot and whatnot before getting into it, so I'd say most times the anime is atleast watchable. But as there are times people recommend me something I think beforehand I will not like, and end up liking. Likewise it happens sometimes the other way around, I think I will love an anime and end up disliking it... Lately I've been watching anime recommended by friends here in mal that happen to have similar tastes to mine, so I've been enjoying animes I like!
Usually I drop because the anime is too slow, boring, or just not my thing... like K-On for exemple, many people love it, so I tried it... after the second episode I just couldn't watch anymore of it, it's really not my type of anime. Your English skills are good, I wouldn't worry about that, it's pretty normal not to know a couple of specific terms, I myself find trouble with my vocabulary at times.

Never watched Air Gear, but I do know what you mean... I didn't quite like Clannad but even so, I watched the second season of it, and if I may, it's alot better than the first. If you take a look at my list, no anime was rated below 5, that's because I don't watch non-watchable animes, that is, if I end them it's because I did like them to a certain extent.

Indeed. Believe it or not, I dropped Monster which is currently my top number one favourite anime... the beggining didn't catch me at all, didn't seem like something I would enjoy. Weeks later I decided to go through Monster a little further, watched a couple more episodes and that was it, the anime started looking so much more interesting all of a sudden.
Alot of times animes don't look interesting because the first episodes are somewhat of an introduction for what comes later as the real thing, and introductions are most often not as interesting as the journey that comes next, so people sometimes end up dropping animes in the first episodes. That reminds me, I had dropped Haibane Renmei in episode 6, but a friend convinced me to go a little further... it comes out I loved it, actually rated it a 10. So yes, going further with animes you are not sure is an investment, there's the risk there... you can regret later because you didn't really like it, or you can be grateful for the effort as it turned out to be great.
Daconator Mar 8, 2012 2:02 PM
Hm, Phantom ending was good but I must be honest I was pretty sad with them dying at the end... still good, though. Steins;Gate ending was very good aswell, with Kurisu looking for Okabe. What anime has the best ending, hum can't answer that... I actually never thought about it, most I can give you are a couple animes which I thought had a good ending like: Monster, Death Note, NGE, Shiki, Haibane Renmei... well atleast these 5 had an ending I enjoyed alot, there would be more but I'll try not choosing one over, or go too much into it.

Depending on the anime, the circumstances are different... some are better off with cliffhangers, others by giving all the answers, others by not having a defined ending, and so on... a good ending would be an ending that suits the journey of the anime and which can be enjoyed by most fans of that anime, in my opinion. Afterall anime is entertainment, as long as most people enjoy an ending, then that was a good ending. Obviously everyone has their own views, opinions, tastes, so it's hard to please everyone.
pludel Mar 8, 2012 5:29 AM
A character doesn't have to be righteous character to be good. Look at Kenpachi, or another character that we both seem to like, Greed.
Ed0000 Mar 7, 2012 4:55 PM
Thanks xD

Are you currently in which episode? :3 Well, at least on the anime the main character was different xD In the game he couldn't even talk something. Yeah, I played the game, but it has been a long time since I had a PS2 >.< I didn't even finish P4 yet xD
pludel Mar 7, 2012 2:42 PM
Rail Tracer ftw.
atty Mar 7, 2012 1:26 PM
It's pretty close to being the best anime ever, it keeps blowing my mind every episode. Think I'll finish it today.
Daconator Mar 7, 2012 1:12 PM
Well, Bleach will indeed end. Nonetheless it will most likely have a continuation as an OVA, as soon as the manga is finished or much further away... So you can see it as a prolongued hiatus.

I agree, some shows have disappointing endings. Most times the ending is what sticks with you from the respective anime, it's the last thing you got from it, afterall. It's the conclusion of a journey.
Concerning other seasons, it depends on the animes... some animes should clearly have a continuation, others weren't meant to and even so some still had... and when that happens, indeed it might take out the greatness of the anime overall. Many people criticize Bleach for that for exemple. They claim Bleach should have ended long ago after a certain arc, but it kept on dragging and dragging and, apparently, going down.

Please feel free to write as much as you wish, it's a pleasure for me to read your comments, they are interesting and the more you write the more you have to say! Don't restrain yourself, spam me hehe!
Daconator Mar 7, 2012 5:33 AM
Well indeed the first half of Haibane Renmei is the main character getting to know the other people, and the whole world of the anime getting introduced to you. The second half is where the most fun and interesting stuff start happening, the last episodes are beautiful.

I understand what you mean. I also prefer small animes because I like to enjoy the "world" of an anime and quickly change to another. You know, Bleach is going to end in the next 3 episodes... which gives it a total of 366 episodes.
Daconator Mar 6, 2012 8:48 AM
Oh I'm glad to hear that! Be sure to give me some feedback on it from time to time, I'd love to hear your opinions.

Gintama is really big, but really good. I would say one does not simply start watching Gintama from beggining to the end, as in watching Gintama alone. Whenever you feel like laughing or relaxing or something alike Gintama can provide you I'd recommend it. There is no race or rush anyway, so people can take their time!

Himitsu wasn't bad, but it wasn't that good either. It's watchable and can be interesting... but was far away from being an anime that kept me on the edge of my seat anxiously awaiting to finish it. I mean, surely it's good, but before it there would be tons of anime I'd rather recommend. If you prefer that much small animes, try Haibane Renmei then. It only has 13 episodes, and it has a beauty, philosophy, and symbolism to it that is just great.

Cannot recall where I got it from, I guess I just went into google and typed the name of the episode plus download. It was a good episode, won't answer to many questions you may have, but it's very enjoyable. I guess the movie that is to come will be the answer to all questions remaining.