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Anime Stats
Days: 165.8
Mean Score: 5.63
  • Total Entries819
  • Rewatched47
  • Episodes10,264
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Kimetsu no Yaiba
Kimetsu no Yaiba
Yesterday, 11:42 PM
Watching 5/26 · Scored -
Kokoro Connect
Kokoro Connect
Yesterday, 12:56 PM
Watching 4/13 · Scored -
Senyuu. Specials
Senyuu. Specials
Jun 16, 10:58 AM
Completed 4/4 · Scored 4
Manga Stats
Days: 11.0
Mean Score: 8.57
  • Total Entries31
  • Reread0
  • Chapters1,986
  • Volumes104
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Yagate Kimi ni Naru
Yagate Kimi ni Naru
Jun 15, 9:14 AM
Reading 41/? · Scored 9
Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Doujin-ban
Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Doujin-ban
Jun 3, 12:37 AM
Plan to Read · Scored -
Yozakura Quartet
Yozakura Quartet
May 3, 10:19 PM
Plan to Read · Scored -


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gfsdfgsdgsdfgs Aug 25, 2018 12:26 AM
Hi friend! It makes me really happy to hear that you enjoy them. I find the way I can best get my thoughts straight is by writing them out so I decided to do so as posts and when people can resonate with that it's always nice. ^_^ I hope I keep you entertained and interested. One Piece is the best!
AccountDeleted_ Dec 25, 2016 8:58 PM
I'm happy that I made you happy with the Ryuujou image :D I think I sent you a Christmas greeting on MFC too, but with a Miku image :)
AccountDeleted_ Dec 25, 2016 2:37 PM
LoneWizzy Jul 20, 2016 1:27 PM
sorry for late reply...Here is some stuff why i loved it:
-Heroine is not boring,not tsundere,she is mature and playful
-MC may look wimpy but he is a man among men...He knows what he wants and he goes for it instead of having stupid internal conflicts
-Last episodes,the feels,the twists o_O
-OSTs,OPand ED...Beautiful music all along the way...

in the end,it is a perfect anime with everything i could ever want from an anime(art,music,characters,romance,drama,comedy)
Ewolver Jun 20, 2016 1:26 AM
I found while browsing the site. ^^
K_dreamer2 May 6, 2015 9:41 PM

[size=149][b]Are You Crazy Enough?

Hmmmmmmmmmmm Jan 5, 2015 2:22 PM
steam's choice in VNs is a bit meh, none of my favourites are there but the ones on it are ok, some require patches though
Hmmmmmmmmmmm Jan 5, 2015 2:46 AM
No not at all, do you use steam
Hmmmmmmmmmmm Jan 4, 2015 11:01 AM
Because I'm a ninja and my timing is always perfect. Do you play games?
Stark700 Dec 31, 2014 7:28 PM
Thanks :)

I'm really hoping the Final Season gets announced soon. Was kinda surprised it didn't but Tsukimonogatari indeed was a good start.
Hmmmmmmmmmmm Nov 25, 2014 2:02 PM
Kannagi is worthless if you're seeking closure, the manga is trash in the later parts but the show is quite fun. As long as you acknowledge that you're okay.
-Kagura Oct 20, 2014 9:54 PM
Thank you so much! I love how you did yours as well #SHAFT4lfye, a person that is a fan of monogatari is a friend of mine and i love your ratings as well, very sincere and nice.

BTW great list of favorite people, Love the crap out of Haruka Tomatsu.
LoneWizzy Sep 14, 2014 4:59 PM
Thanks...To make a gif signature write this to your signature section at profile/edit/forum settings

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And Katanagatari is strongly recommended to any fan of Monogatari series...A 10 hour epic journey from the writer of monogatari series...I just finished it and it left the same emptiness i felt after finishing monogatari 2nd season

Clear the çççççç's lol
SlickDragon Sep 14, 2014 1:42 PM
Np Bro!

Yes oftentimes people unjustly compare anime that are totally irrelevant. Additionally people are overally critical if things don't go exactly as they planned, as if the Anime has to follow exactly what they consider ideal.

It's a real pity the favorites are so limited. I hate having to cut favorites, and feel that the numbers should be drastically increased.

Ah i see you watched them as a kid. In that case it's honestly best to start from the beginning, atleast with YYH. Even if you remember some elements its best to go at a series fresh and to evaluate it based on your current advanced taste. It's also a generally good idea idea not to put things on hold for too long since it can be disastrous jumping back in at a way later date where things are forgotten or a jumble at best.

It is generally best to go through some of the original or older anime before moving on to the new ones. That doesn't mean you can't splash a few "newer" anime here and there, but overall the focus should be a more systematic approach that prioritizes the original genre staples.

For example if one want to watch a Gaming/Survival anime like Mirai Nikki, it's best to have first watched Higashi No Eden which predates it by a few years and is one of the originals in the department. Going back even further would lead one to watch Gantz, which i believe is one of if not the first of that Genre.

For Rom/Coms before watching something like Nisekoi, one is best off tackling the staple Rom/Com School Rumble. Not only are the original variants oftentimes better, but if one watches it in the reverse order of release one may harshly/unjustly think lower/rate lower the original since alot of elements are recycled and generic. It's unfair to have that complaint against the Original though since often times IT was the innovator. Hence watch order is pretty relevant.

Another example is anime that reference others. You almost always to have watched the anime that is getting heavily referenced beforehand. For example Lucky Star will frequently parody Suzumiya Haruhi, especially due to having the Same lead V.A Hirano Aya. Also with comedy parody anime like Gintama it's best to have a wide array of Staples covered, which will maximize enjoyment when watching it if you can get most of the references.

10-20 series by the end of the year is a decent goal. There are still hundreds of quality series remaining to you, and you are likely to never run out of them. Generally best to ignore most 2013/2014 series for a while. Also those that may get future seasons at a later time are also a decent bet to push off in the interim. You would feel much better later on if you can tackle a completed series, as opposed to watching a season 1/2, and years later watching the new seasons. Additionally jumping in at a later date guarantees that the blu rays are already out, which for ecchi shows can be important since black bars/white lights can be particularly annoying. Also at that point the best fansubbers and completed batches are known and available, without having to filter through shoddy releases that inevitably happen with newer content.

Long series always require an investment of time, and it's understandable to be wary of them. Still you have already tackled some of the Longest like One Piece, Naruto, Bleach, so for the most part you wont have too many 100+ episode anime to go. Honestly even I was wary of Logh's size, but there are no series more worthwhile to take a gamble with than it, large size notwithstanding. I would give up 100 anime i have seen that were in the 7-8 range in strength as opposed to losing even 1 episode of Logh. It is one of the only anime where everything is relevant, everything is dedicated to important character development or plot progression with no filler or unnecessary scenes. It is certainly the only anime with over 100 episodes that can maintain that claim (some 1 cour/11-13 episode or 2 cour/23-26 episode series can be very focused, but generally larger series get bogged down with filler/recaps/useless scenes etc).

In anycase looking forward to watching your progression over the months/years, and sent you a Friend Invite.

SlickDragon Sep 14, 2014 12:05 PM
First off thank you for the nice comment DA, it's much appreciated. Glad you liked my Hana comment, I usually get lazy and try to not comment too much but I was taken aback by how strong Hana was and wanted to defend it's merits from some of the naysayers and those who under appreciate its strengths.

80% compatibility is quite high, and our scores are near identical with only minor nuances that differentiate us, so good catch on that.

Yes its best to have tackled a wide variety of genre's and staples to get a feel for anime in it's entirety. Additionally spreading out the scope of one's anime experiences keeps things relatively fresh as opposed to constantly focusing on just 1 or 2 favorite genre's.

Looking at your list I can say you have done a good job tackling many of the staples and worthy anime. You also have some good taste in Voice Actresses and I hold pretty highly of most of your favorite anime characters.

I would advise picking Yu Yu Hakusho back up since it improves quite a bit from the 1/4th mark that you are currently at. It is also the spiritual predecessor to HunterXHunter (same mangaka) which is truly a gem. The new 2011 series is just about over so it would be a good choice to jump in on that in the coming months. As soon as it completes it's rating will rocket to the highest on Mal, and for good reason.

When you are complacent with covering the staples and want to experience the Pinnacle of Anime, it would be a great idea to tackle Logh. I see you added it to your Plan to Watch list, and I can assure you that retroactively you will agree that was one of your best anime choices ever. It will only be eclipsed when you start watching it :)

There is a reason Logh has had the highest/nearly highest rating since the beginning of Mal. It is no accident that it has by far the highest Favorites to Completed Ratio (3500 out of 11,900, or roughly a staggering 30%) on Mal, nearly tripling the 2nd highest. When you are ready to embark on the journey let me know, and I will give you detailed advice on how to go about it in terms of watch order and the best torrents links available for it.