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Anime Stats
Days: 158.4
Mean Score: 6.11
  • Total Entries796
  • Rewatched0
  • Episodes9,216
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Re-Main
Re-Main
Jul 18, 10:30 AM
Watching 1/12 · Scored 5
Vanitas no Karte
Vanitas no Karte
Jul 18, 10:29 AM
Watching 1/12 · Scored 6
Shiroi Suna no Aquatope
Shiroi Suna no Aquatope
Jul 18, 10:29 AM
Watching 1/24 · Scored 7
Manga Stats
Days: 21.5
Mean Score: 7.64
  • Total Entries80
  • Reread0
  • Chapters3,843
  • Volumes429
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Kimi ni Nare
Kimi ni Nare
Dec 16, 2020 10:01 AM
Reading 1/? · Scored 7
Tokyo Ghoul
Tokyo Ghoul
Jul 5, 2020 4:26 PM
Completed 144/144 · Scored 9
Orange
Orange
Sep 6, 2019 5:52 PM
Completed 31/31 · Scored 10

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kamuisho Jul 6, 7:24 AM
Shinsekai Yori, Hunter x Hunter and Ping Pong the Animation! That's really nice!
kamuisho Jul 6, 7:19 AM
Wow I read your kotonoha no niwa rewiew and it was precisely what I think after I just rewatched it again today. It's an injustice for people to not realizing how intricate the theme of sadness, growing up and back up on one own two feet is brought up in this 46 minutes anime. It's really a marvelous story telling.

I think yukino sensei's part is elaborated enough because it is her role to be the "mysterious person". Tho it is hinted at many instance that she is struggling in her own circumstance and she actually really inspired by our protagonist who's chasing his dream. There is rain which symbolize their hope and romance, but also shoes that might hint a little about her trying to back up on her own two feet. This movie brings a lot of sentiment in a small window of time, I'm really glad to watch it again and read your review!
IceColdAcer Apr 21, 3:30 PM
Couldn't have worded it better! 100% agree with you. That's why I was blown away by how well they sewed together all the little details from the former seasons into s4. So so pleased.

However, as I'm sure we both know, there has some serious negative feedback overall with people being extremely disappointed with the manga's ending, so I wonder what's going to happen now with regards to its adaptation... I'm wondering if they'll have to deviate a bit from the original source material for it to not let us down. Only time will tell I suppose.
IceColdAcer Apr 6, 12:28 AM
When I first read this 2 weeks back, I had the largest of smiles. It's amazing what similarities you can sometimes find with people online, huh?
Also, it fills me with happiness knowing that some people still read my profile numerous years later after I originally typed it; having changed it mnimally.
It's been a frickin' fantastc story and a half, hasn't it??! Oh man, I still find myself watching clips from the latest season on YouTube now and then. Difficult not to, due to the impact it has left on me and many others clearly. I just adore how it's successfully managed to wrap everything up. It's all just making sense now. All the questions we once had are being answered..!

Manga readers will probably say how they're unsatisfied with the direction they've headed it, as they've missed a few important(?) chapters, to which I cannot compare, but from a standalone anime point of view, I'm in bliss.

So looking forward to S4, part 2 :)
Luminisce Apr 4, 12:46 AM
Yeah, I actually noticed that you haven’t written many reviews, but it’s really nice to know your reasons for it! Thanks for sharing. Also, it baffles me how you don’t seem too confident with a possible review on SnK. If you were to write one for any SnK season, I’d read the heck out of it. Like... no joke. But I do get what you mean, especially with the % of helpful vs. unhelpful algorithm. Looking at it from a brighter perspective (and as my not-so-obvious motivation for you), I genuinely see it more as a quality over quantity matter ;) haha.

Oh, well. If you ever feel like ranting/sharing much deeper intakes on it or with other anime, just know that I’d be more than happy to read them! And since you mentioned HxH, much to your surprise, I haven’t gotten around to watch this beloved one yet.

There’s just so many anime that I want to watch (or that are patiently waiting for me to finish watching them, lol). However, I normally just go for whatever I’m in the mood for at that particular moment.

All in all, I really admire how you’re able to describe an anime’s greatest attributes through a review and without giving away too much about it. As for my case, I wish I could try doing so, but whenever I truly enjoyed watching an anime, it often feels like words wouldn’t make it any justice anyway. That’s why I appreciate your Shinsekai yori review so much. When I read it, it felt as though you did give your best at flaunting its key elements, that of which successfully lead me to sense just how much you wanted to give Shinsekai yori the justice it deserves. Now that I think about it, funny how you mentioned randomly spilling your internal thoughts, while I may be here sharing a bit more of those XD
Luminisce Mar 31, 4:43 PM
Hey! Just passing by to say that I really appreciate your Shinsekai Yori review. The first time I stumbled upon this anime here on MAL, I just added it into my PTW list and didn’t give it much priority for some reason. However, while I was deciding on which anime to start last week, I decided to read Shinsekai Yori’s synopsis once again and consequently got intrigued to read a review on it. Thankfully, I read yours, and it legit convinced me enough to watch it, haha. Now that I recently finished watching Shinsekai Yori, I’m sooo happy I did because I really really enjoyed this masterpiece!! Also, these words from your review truly left an impact on me. They described exactly how I perceive this unique anime, my experience and feelings on it, and all the more reasons why Shinsekai Yori has become one of my favorites <3

“It displays enough to connect all the ideas examined together into a singular full dystopia but leaves enough for viewers to intellectually ponder and elaborate for themselves. It is profound yet not pretentious and examines humanity without falling into a safety net of tropes that may suffice the viewer but do not inspire.”

Let’s hope I didn’t overwhelm or bore you with my random comment, lmao. It’s just that after re-reading your review, I’m appreciating this beautiful anime even more now that I think about it >.<
Bl4nks Mar 25, 6:13 AM
Atlast found him. A fellow Shinkai fan
Height Feb 27, 7:53 PM
Nice favourites
tsumo1 Feb 9, 5:33 PM
I'm on episode 4 of shinsekai yori, although i'm a tad bit confused as to what's going on; I haven't watched/read too many dystopia series, so its quite difficult for me to follow along. I'm really enjoying the art and animation, but everything's a bit jumbled. I was wondering if the clear things up in later episodes. If they do, i'm down to binge the series today.
maliha__ Jan 14, 6:21 PM
oho ty ty
maliha__ Jan 13, 5:50 PM
yoooo
is blame a gd manga?
707jasp3r Jan 13, 1:05 PM
Ur welcome!!^^ & Thank you!

And yeah, totally understand. I have been getting spoiled left and right for the manga, so thats why I decided to read it ;P Its pretty annoying...
707jasp3r Jan 9, 11:45 AM
I love your profile picture!!
IceColdAcer Dec 28, 2020 1:24 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TrlqZfnHMho&feature=youtu.be

^ The amount of times I've watched this ending song.. it's impossible to count. It's amazing what an important role this anime played in my life back in the day. I hear you man, I am so glad you got around to it, truly.
Yeah, HxH (2011) made me go through an emotional rollercoaster and a half. Exactly what you experienced / are experiencing I felt too. And many others of course. It's superb! :)
Nishinoya28 Dec 15, 2020 4:23 PM
Thanks for your comment!

I completely agree with you on Shinkai being underrated: some of his works are true masterpieces from any point of view, and that far beyond the world of just animation movies. Besides, those who actually praise him among anime followers and fans usually just talk about the gorgeous animation or the original plots he created - which is absolutely true - but they miss, in my opinion, that one thing in which Shinkai is really outstanding that you mentioned in your comment: his amazing ability to craft characters whose emotions are so deep and complex that we are drawn to them.

I am always in awe of 5 centimeters per second and of its protagonist because Shinkai managed to create here one of the best anime characters ever having him hardly say any lines in a movie that lasts only 60 minutes: he made the silence itself, the passage of time, the waiting and the longing so meaningful that words wouldn't have been able to communicate the same so powerfully. I hope that in time people recognize that this feature is what makes his movies and characters really exceptional.

And that is exactly what I am always looking for in anime and manga - and which is so hard to find, as you said... I hope though that we can help each other out in this quest! I see that besides Shinkai we have other likings in common such as Hidamari ga kikoeru and Hoshiai no Sora, which also dive in their characters' story and emotions in an authentic way.

I am looking forward to reading your reviews in the next days. Let's keep in touch!

Nishi