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Days: 425.2
Mean Score: 4.74
  • Total Entries2,404
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Heike Monogatari
Heike Monogatari
Jun 20, 4:31 AM
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Tenki no Ko
Tenki no Ko
May 25, 8:22 PM
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Kimi no Na wa.
Kimi no Na wa.
May 25, 8:22 PM
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Days: 36.8
Mean Score: 7.57
  • Total Entries680
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Kamui Den
Kamui Den
Jun 17, 6:25 PM
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Orpheus no Mado
Orpheus no Mado
Jun 17, 6:25 PM
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Jun 17, 6:18 PM
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Zahraung May 8, 10:19 PM
Sorry for having told you that your ratings are boring when my ratings are more.
milesrgomez Apr 19, 2021 8:03 PM
A fellow fan of Punpun. Nice. It is one of my 2 favorite seinen manga along with Houseki no Kuni
milesrgomez Apr 19, 2021 8:02 PM
You should check out Madoka Rebellion which is a sequel movie to the OG show. You thought the show was decent, so who knows... you might like it.
Marufunk Apr 2, 2021 10:25 AM
Hi there, just wanted to ask something since you seemed to watched hella a lot of the dot hacks series. Do you need to play the games in order to watch the series? I'm trying to get into the series
Zahraung Mar 1, 2021 11:40 AM
I'm glad Koi Kaze haven't been like other incest anime (which are abominations).
Zak77 Feb 8, 2021 1:40 AM
Glad to hear that. People don’t understand that a person is entitled to his opinion, no matter how shit it is. Without a fair argument, you can’t say a person has “bad taste”.
Zak77 Feb 7, 2021 1:55 PM
Your ratings are intriguing and different. Idk why people are calling it boring.
Zahraung Nov 20, 2020 6:44 PM
Most anime have 4.
Zahraung Nov 20, 2020 12:15 PM
Your ratings are boring...
Okonomiyaki-Tan Aug 27, 2020 9:26 AM
Hello there! It's always good to see someone with Texhnolyze in their favourites.

I see you are a big enthusiast of World Masterpiece Theater and Dezaki's direction, the only thing I saw from Dezaki was Versailles no Bara, and it was so long ago that I didn't even put it on my list. I'm currently watching the 70s' Ashita no Joe anime and liking it immensely, so if you have any recommendations about where to commence with WMT and Dezai, I'd be amused to read.

I saw in your bio that you admire Fernando Pessoa, that's excellent to read! It's considerably unusual to see people outside the Lusofonia that are interested in Portuguese literature.
jal90 Apr 12, 2020 6:34 PM
Hi Jody!

Yep, indeed, we haven't spoken in a while, I even saw your message at the Club and wanted to answer but, uh, lazy me as usual. I'm fine here, though things are still rough in Spain. But I'm lucky because nobody around me has been infected and neither have I :). How are things going out there?

Thanks for your words about my approach, very kind but totally not true gkfjgkfjkg. I'll tell you my favorites:

-Yuru Camp (2018): cutesy, feel-good and a top tier iyashikei. It's one of the shows I love the most and I have rewatched it a number of times already. It's astonishingly well-made in every aspect of its aesthetic and narrative. Great characters, awesome interactions, genuine good quiet comedy and a lot of scenery and food porn. It's a perfectly safe space, it feels cute and fluffy without ever being overbearingly so, it has a really great take on introversion and personal spaces and there's a lot of cute dogs because the author loves dogs apparently.

-Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou (2017): a very unique iyashikei, set in a post-apocalyptic world set to extinction. Reflective, sad and hopeless, but it ultimately comes off as life-affirming, like a sort of catharsis through the little pleasures in life the main characters still find. It's really beautiful and I like it about as much as the above one, through even as part of the same genre/type it aims for a different kind of relaxation, one that is more layered and complicated, and one that has made me smile and cry for real equally.

-Koe no Katachi (2016): this one speaks to me personally, not just in themes but in attitudes and thought processes. It bugs me a lot when people call these characters unrealistic because I recognize myself in a lot of their aspects. Amazing either way in presentation, narrative and particularly in visual execution, body language in special.

-Kaguya-sama wa kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen (2019): one of the best romcoms for sure. The adaptation is full of energy and relies a lot on an excellent visual execution of the jokes. It's hilarious and the characters are lovable dorks.

-Given (2019): a damn great BL story about overcoming loss and guilt. Intimistic romance and drama written with a lot of care and sense. It's something I admire a lot about the original author of this show. She is very eloquent when talking about, handling and confronting feelings, without any of the artificial dramatic escalation that makes fiction feel so immature at times. It's amazing how effective it is while remaning grounded and treating its characters with respect.

-Princess Principal (2017): steampunk story about a group of spy girls in Victorian London that I didn't know it was going to be so much of my jam. It's structured in chronologically unordered episodes (each detailing a mission) and the narrative is appropriately playful and intense, the characters are all fun and likeable, and the show has quite strong leftist vibes that I, of course, stan.

These are my 10/10. Now, about the 9s:

2017: Houseki no Kuni, Konohana Kitan, Mahoujin GuruGuru
2018: Hakumei to Mikochi, Hinamatsuri, Hisone to Maso-tan, Koi wa Ameagari no you ni, Shoujo Kageki Revue Starlight, Violet Evergarden
2019: Carole & Tuesday, Endro!, Hitoribocchi no Marumaru Seikatsu, Hulaing Babies, Kimetsu no Yaiba

I haven't explored previous years enough, and even with 2017 I've watched highlights but not consistently. 2018 is the year I can talk more confidently about, with 2019 I basically stopped watching for the second half.

As for my favorite films from the last decade... uhm, I need to think about it, actually. Checking through my 10/10s there's a lot of the usual suspects in animation, and also some films I absolutely loved at the time but I'm not sure how would they hold up now (Blue is the warmest color being one example). So... I'll bring something once I make up my mind, but in the meanwhile I can recommend some lesser-known greats such as A woman's revenge (Rita Azevedo Gomes), Out-takes from the life of a happy man (Jonas Mekas) or The search for Emak Bakia (Oskar Alegría), the three of them being more or less experimental and unconventional in tone.
Ezekiel_01 Mar 27, 2020 8:01 PM
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TyDrian Feb 8, 2020 8:15 PM
I agree with your review over Michiko & Hatchin & I love your taste in anime fellow TTGL lover :)
Quizotix Nov 17, 2019 7:53 PM
Which FMA did you like better?
Marc_----- Apr 3, 2019 7:19 PM
How're the other J9 shows? I've been watching Braiger and it's been a blasy