Skip Beat(Between episode 1 and 10): 100th Day milestone. July 14, 2013
Little Busters ~Refrain~: 500th Anime seen overall. November 30, 2013 @ 1:44pm(EDT)
TOP 5 FAVORITE ANIME:
#1) Clannad/Clannad: After Story
#4) Angel Beats
#5) Tokyo Magnitude 8.0
Madoka Meter(Number of times I tried to watch Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica but dropped it): 6, first being April 2012.
I am Akemi, considered Sexiest Man Alive by Sexist Man Alive Monthly. You can subscribe the Sexiest Man Alive Monthly by meeting me at the Ōedo Line platform in Shinjuku Station at 4:30 AM every Friday. I'll be wearing Len Kagamine Cosplay.
Joking aside, my name IS Akemi. I run the Lolicon Defense Task Force, which is currently dead. At the time of this posting, I have seen over 550 anime. I believe my first Anime was either Yu Yu Hakusho, Inuyasha, or Cardcaptor Sakura, or Neon Genesis Evangelion. What I believe made me become a bigger Anime fan was Fooly Cooly(FLCL). The first Anime I passionately fell in love with was Saikano, which I first saw after I picked up a copy of volume 1 from a local library. I spend an average of $3,000/year on Anime, manga, and products related to them(figures, shirts, posters, etc).
I use to engage in piracy but I stopped once I became an Anime otaku and realized just how harmful piracy is. I am now strongly against the piracy of anime and manga and I do help companies with the removal of such things, primarily on Youtube.
If you're curious about what kind of Anime I watch, I use to prefer ecchi harem but after a while, I got sick of seeing a cliche indecisive main male character that is too much of a pussy to make a move and constantly acts like the girls around him have cooties. I now prefer romance Anime, this is primarily due to Clannad. I will still occasionally watch ecchi harem but I don't do it often. When it comes to hentai, I prefer loli but it's not the only kind of hentai I watch.
If I ran MyAnimeList, I would work to acquire Anime Character Database, My Figure Collection, and team up with Anime-Manga Guardian in an effort to discourage piracy.