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Anime Stats
Days: 62.1
Mean Score: 3.43
  • Total Entries467
  • Rewatched6
  • Episodes3,667
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Je T'aime
Je T'aime
Jul 20, 4:03 PM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 5
Stranger: Mukou Hadan
Stranger: Mukou Hadan
Jul 20, 3:07 PM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 5
Kubikiri Cycle: Aoiro Savant to Zaregototsukai
Kubikiri Cycle: Aoiro Savant to Zaregototsukai
Jun 24, 7:11 PM
Watching 4/8 · Scored -
Manga Stats
Days: 2.6
Mean Score: 4.19
  • Total Entries87
  • Reread0
  • Chapters337
  • Volumes51
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Oyasumi Punpun
Oyasumi Punpun
Jun 25, 8:21 AM
Reading 81/147 · Scored 9
Harem End
Harem End
Jun 15, 4:24 PM
Plan to Read · Scored -
Munou no Hito
Munou no Hito
May 22, 9:02 AM
Plan to Read · Scored -

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Nashawk Yesterday, 4:21 PM
Oh, sorry. Well, if "cute" is the only positive word which fits her, I guess that, once again, it is pointless to talk about it.

I thought you finished it. You're really not into anime anymore, huh ? It seems strange for a Ikuhara fan not to watch it immediately.
Its beginning differs quite a lot from what it offers next, but you'll discover it by yourself.
Nashawk Aug 5, 6:28 PM
Well, maybe I was in a wholesome mood while writing that. This statement would be true for a few people, I'd say. Anyway, I cancel that.

I'm glad to hear you found someone who fits you better. It's only a matter of time to create a relationship to cherish.
Oh, and, I am not surprised you're telling me that the girl you dated became "human garbage". We always end up thinking such things of people we once liked (or more). There's no point to care about her now anyway.

Sarazanmai was awesome, but for me, it clearly lacked of something that Penguindrum and Utena had. I'm still wondering how I could qualify this. Maybe I'm expecting too much from Ikuhara.
Tebls Jun 21, 9:21 PM
The story of this interior crocodile is truly a wonderful animated short. I'm a fan of Yamamura's shorts in general. Croco and Mt. Head are probably the pick of the bunch for me.
Nashawk Jun 20, 2:00 PM
What a great show, indeed. It resembles way more Penguindrum. I'm going to watch the last episode right now because I think it will be a deciding factor concerning the show's overall quality and message.

It seems from your last message that you're fine. That's good, things going smoothly is sometimes better than rough times, so I guess there's nothing to complain about. Don't waste too much time on League though, you might regret it. It's kinda funny how I dare say such things, since I'm almost ruining my exams with Smash Ultimate, but well... We always treat others better than ourselves, don't we ?
Anime can never be escaped for good, we all know about that. I bet you're already trapped again, as am I :')

Quite hard, yes. There's no doubt about that. There would be so much to say about it, however, from now on, it is pointless. We broke up and I guess that I at least moved on, since I started a new relationship a few weeks ago, devoid of any background. The word to explain this feeling would "refreshing", although it would mean that everything's better, which is not necessarily the case... Well, to make it short, I learned from this, and I can affirm it is by no means easy to disconnect, especially if this person was in your life for more than one year and half.
Stephen2D Jun 4, 8:04 AM
Hey. I'll be brief about the anime. A feather... felt like a good story, but for me, it lacked stronger themes to have an impact and eventually it succumbed into an easy getaway that borders to clichés. It had environmental messages, some half baked morality and not enough social gravitas to impress. Maybe I wanted to be something like Miyazaki, or Yasujiro Ozu, Idk, but a helpless demiurge didn't add much. I know people who liked it, despite its flaws, and I admit that I found the technique very pleasing - it definitely helped to reflect the personal feeling of the story - nevertheless I want to watch more animes like this. In terms of shorts, my favorites are Keiichi Tanaami and Koji Yamamura. And I observed that you also know Takashi Itou - Good stuff you have there :D .

PS Sorry for the late reply. I was away for a few days.
Nick-Knight May 31, 3:55 PM
To me it's unthinkable to outgrow SAO, (and FMA and Zetsuen). It imposed many questions about reality, internet and vidya. That I changed my perception of life and my virtual like completely. I can relate to Asuna on a spiritual level. The romance between her and Kitty toe, to me, is legendary and made me regain faith in romantic love. It finally gotten licensed here in my country and I can't wait to reread and reexperience this marvelous story all over again. And I think that SAO had enough of comic relief and light-hearted scenes to not be labled as 'taking itself seriously' but you're free to disagree and I respect your opinon.

Ergo Proxy bored me to tears but it made me think while watching it. I still prefer Psycho Pass and Ghost in the Shell over it. I'm about to read Tatami Galaxy but from the reviews, the recommendations, and what I've read on the TV Tropes page it was enough to put it on my favorites.

And kochira koso otouto.
OmegaWaffles May 30, 6:05 PM
Dude it's been 2 years, when will you ever finish Punpun?
Krunchyman May 24, 2:53 PM
Have you heard? Everyone loves me, whether they like to admit it or not. ;)

Utena is a mixed bag. The mysterious, possibly clairvoyant 'shadow girls' were a joy to watch. Their allegorical performances were both playful and poetic. Along with the rich themes and interesting character arcs, Utena definitely had a lot going for it. Unfortunately, the repetition was too much. How many f--king times do I need to hear Zettai Unmei Mokushiroku before I lose my mind?

Nanami, while being layered like every other character, was hard to watch at times (actually, it was all the time). The spicy curry episode wasn't really funny, nor were her antics in general. Anthy is a self-insert 'princess' that doesn't develop much throughout the series, and is used mainly as a plot device. And the Black Rose arc -- considered filler by some -- seemed superfluous.

Now, I still have to finish the series, so my views could change yet.
Nick-Knight May 23, 9:01 AM
I started working with my father again. Started playing gachas. Stopped pirating anime and now I only watch on Crunchyroll. I'm rewatching Naruto on Netflix. And I've been reminescing about my life lately and cringing about the absolutelly retarded stuff I've said and done. But there were a lot of good stuff too so I'm grining to myself a lot, when thinking about funny and fun stuff I said and listened to and people are finding it weird and asking me what I'm smiling about.

Also:
>SAO: Alicization dropped, rated a 2.
C'mon m8 it's not that bad. Our bro Eugeo is part of it. And Kitty toe is not OP in this arc.

Also what did you think about Ordinal Scale?
Nick-Knight May 17, 5:25 PM
How's life lately?
KiSsxShoT May 13, 4:00 PM
The same for me ☺️
AestheticOnion Apr 17, 6:49 AM
I agree. Rarely do you come across someone who you never get tired of, especially when that person is someone you see almost every day. It's hard to act the way you want to appear when you are surrounded by people who don't really know you to that extent.

Anyways, how's it going aside of that? Watching/reading anything new?
AestheticOnion Apr 17, 4:18 AM
Hey, haven't talked to you in a while! How's life going?
For me it's quite the usual. Had a rather rough exam week, but now that that's over I guess I will have some more free time.
I started writing reviews again, hopefully this year I might just start being consistent. If you have time, sure check it out, and smash that helpful as hard as you can!
https://myanimelist.net/reviews.php?id=306433
Nashawk Apr 12, 5:59 AM
Once again, I answer more than 3 months later... I even missed to wish you a happy birthday. Well, I guess it's never too late.
Sorry about that, but in my defence, I can say I've never been busier than I am right now. Studies are eating my time as much as the relationship problems I had for multiple months, and so on... Furthermore, exams are approaching. I think it's also the case for you.
Since the last time I asked you a question feels far away, I'm asking you the same one right now. Anything new happened this year ?

I assume you also quite dropped anime, huh ? Nothing feels as good as Peng, am I right ?

And here comes the most important: Sarazanmai. How do you feel about it ?
iishinpun Mar 17, 7:13 AM
Oh, it's been more than a month for the reply.


I have asked myself this question once.

In my opinion, Mawaru Penguindrum used metaphysics as a way to present its story. It's most reminiscent of Murakami's own world of writing novels.
It entered into a metaphysical labyrinth, in sensitive points, and the multiplicity of ideas that Ikuhara has, the mastery of finding unusual situations, and the theoretical value attached by fate and all of the contents of humans psych, only to highlight Penguindrum as the way we saw it.
But it has some supernatural elements but they're in the magical realism category, not like any other common categories, so there's some line blurring.
What I really love is that something as utterly surreal as Penguindrum can be classified as anything realism.

But where this is going to drive me into is the meaning of metaphysics and supernatural, and the relationship between them if there is.
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I have a lot to say and philosophize this but I always tend to forget while speaking and writing, this is my problem.
I may edit it If I remembered something else.

and,
it's late but happy birthday.