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Anime Stats
Days: 51.2
Mean Score: 6.22
  • Total Entries189
  • Rewatched13
  • Episodes3,056
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Kawaikereba Hentai demo Suki ni Natte Kuremasu ka?
Kawaikereba Hentai demo Suki ni Natte Kuremasu ka?
3 hours ago
Watching 3/12 · Scored -
Dr. Stone
Dr. Stone
Jul 19, 4:58 PM
Watching 3/? · Scored -
Tamako Market
Tamako Market
Jul 19, 2:05 AM
Plan to Watch · Scored -
Manga Stats
Days: 0.0
Mean Score: 0.00
  • Total Entries6
  • Reread0
  • Chapters0
  • Volumes0
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Koe no Katachi
Koe no Katachi
Jul 17, 5:12 PM
Plan to Read · Scored -
Shinsekai yori
Shinsekai yori
Jul 17, 3:16 AM
Plan to Read · Scored -
Komi-san wa, Comyushou desu.
Komi-san wa, Comyushou desu.
Jul 4, 1:37 AM
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dswizzz Yesterday, 7:23 PM
hmmm I mostly like slice of life anime, hbu?
dswizzz Jul 19, 8:47 AM
from another friend’s friend list
Mizore Jul 11, 12:48 PM
Thanks for the friend request!
Kontemplation Jun 26, 11:20 AM
Apologies for the late reply.

I'm familiar with the "void" you speak of. I've watched a couple of anime that have achieved to implant this "void" inside me after I finished watching them: Psycho-Pass, Shinsekai yori, Kimi no Na wa, and Monster, all of which are in my favourites. However, I disagree with your claim regarding the incapability of films to leave a void inside its audience after they conclude, and I think that is an extremely subjective statement. Just like anime, there are both good and bad films. A majority of modern films predominantly consist of frivolous characterisation and vapid storylines, which is why I prefer digging for older titles -- Pulp Fiction, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Silence of the Lambs, No Country for Old Men, Edward Scissorhands, A Beautiful Mind, Gattaca, The Talented Mr. Ripley, Good Will Hunting, and the artistically transcendent Midnight in Paris, you name it. All of these films have left me pondering the myriad philosophical themes and sentimental motifs deeply embedded within the roots of their renditions. I generally prefer watching films that are philosophically didactic and psychologically provocative, but these days, those types of films are rather scarce, solely due to one reason:
shows the likelihood of true classics being produced is greatly reduced as tropes are proliferated and the medium becomes more homogenous

This statement greatly resonates with my views on the current filmmaking industry. That's an ingenious way of putting it my friend.

Anime differs from films in terms of visual and auricular delivery -- the flamboyant art style and voice acting. This is what I find to be unique about this particular medium. And, just like films and TV shows, anime can also be preposterous or philosophical and thought-provoking. So in conclusion, I think it's suffice to say that the most conspicuous difference between anime and films/TV shows is the stark distinction between Japanese media and western media, but if you analyse them even further, you realise that there are more similarities between anime and films than what directly meets the eye.
brijesh Jun 25, 4:24 AM
Thanks for accepting my friend request!!!
BigBoiOnDuty Jun 21, 12:28 AM
Yeah,the zero requiem is an classic,unfortunately they've decided to make an sequel
BigBoiOnDuty Jun 20, 2:28 PM
I really liked it,my only problem with it was that I didn't like suzaku as an character,but overall CG is an strong 9 imo
BigBoiOnDuty Jun 20, 7:24 AM
I see that you're an fan of CG
BigBoiOnDuty Jun 20, 4:12 AM
Nice to meet you fellow anime fan
DeitysDynasty Jun 19, 2:26 AM
We had somewhat of a conversation before hand
szny Jun 18, 10:37 AM
Good choice <3
Kontemplation Jun 18, 9:11 AM
Hey, yeah I can see that we do :D I don't usually watch seasonals so I can't offer any insight on that. I'm only watching SnK season 3 part 2 because I like the series as a whole. As for other anime I generally prefer watching the following genres:

  • Psychological
  • Mystery
  • Cyberpunk
  • Romance (sometimes)
  • Comedy/Slice of Life (sometimes)

What's your take on anime?
szny Jun 18, 5:34 AM
To be honest man, God is shit and so is Haruhi Suzumiya and that stupid anime. But you should still try your luck with the god job. Might work for you, who knows.
szny Jun 17, 7:16 PM
Sir, please have more faith in yourself. The whole fate of humanity lies in your hands. You're the Haruhi Suzumiya of this world.
szny Jun 17, 9:59 AM
I'm sure you're not just a lemon.