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Anime Stats
Days: 56.7
Mean Score: 5.15
  • Total Entries534
  • Rewatched21
  • Episodes3,214
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Hakumei to Mikochi
Hakumei to Mikochi
2 hours ago
Watching 2/12 · Scored -
Darling in the FranXX
Darling in the FranXX
2 hours ago
Watching 2/24 · Scored -
Tekkon Kinkreet
Tekkon Kinkreet
Jan 18, 6:06 PM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 9
Manga Stats
Days: 7.4
Mean Score: 5.62
  • Total Entries218
  • Reread0
  • Chapters1,323
  • Volumes139
Manga History Last Manga Updates
River's Edge
River's Edge
1 hour ago
Completed 14/14 · Scored 7
Jumyou wo Kaitotte Moratta. Ichinen ni Tsuki, Ichimanen de.
Jumyou wo Kaitotte Moratta. Ichinen ni Tsuki, Ichimanen de.
Jan 20, 10:42 AM
Plan to Read · Scored -
Vinland Saga
Vinland Saga
Jan 20, 10:42 AM
Plan to Read · Scored -

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Evernoire 3 minutes ago
Vorab: Vielen lieben Dank für die Geburtstagswünsche, und ich hoffe ebenfalls, dass du gut in das neue Jahr gekommen bist und dieses gleichermaßen angenehm fortführen konntest! (:

Aw schade, aber da Parkway Drive in der Tat durch ein eher 'hartes' Soundset geprägt ist, kann ich die Reaktion wirklich gut nachvollziehen. Ich finde es nur immer so bedauernswert, wenn ich von deinen ganzen Empfehlungen so sehr profitiere (Alcest wäre das nächste Beispiel, haha), und mir im Gegenzug nur sehr schwerlich etwas in den Kopf kommt.. Sollte ich allerdings im Feld der Musik auf Künstler stoßen, welche auch dein Interesse wecken könnten, werde ich es dich auf alle Fälle wissen lassen!

Akage no Anne ist teilweise wirklich wunderschön - allein die Hintergründe sind so detailreich und liebevoll gezeichnet, dazu die wunderbare Farbpalette, wenngleich sich diese auch nicht durch den ganzen Anime zieht. Annes Charakter selbst ist auch definitiv interessant und hat schon für einige ziemlich brisante Konversationen gesorgt; jedoch weiß ich nicht, ob ich eine Person bin, welche sich mit dem Charme dieser typischen 'Klassiker' so sehr identifizieren kann. In anderen Worten: Ich mag es manchmal doch eher modern und/ oder minimalistisch, und in dieser Hinsicht hatte mich diese Sparte an Geschichten noch nie gänzlich gereizt. Dieser Eindruck ist allerdings noch sehr vage und ich bin gespannt, auf welche Weise sich die Geschichte noch entwickeln wird - denn an sich ist das Thema ein wirklich Schönes und bietet viel Potenzial, um das Leben aller involvierten Charaktere und dessen Entwicklung genauer zu illustrieren.

Und ja, Solanin ist und war sogesehen mein erster Manga! :') Bisher ist mein Eindruck wirklich positiv und ich bin fest davon überzeugt, dass Asanos Stil definitiv etwas ist, was man im AniManga-Medium nicht missen sollte. In seine anderen Werke werde ich natürlich auch noch hineinschauen, aber da vorerst einige Klausuren anstehen, wird das wohl noch bis Mitte oder Ende Februar dauern. Eigentlich wollte ich mich auch mit YKK zurückhalten, aber ich konnte nicht anders, als mal kurz hereinzupeeken und von der schier atemberaubenden Grundstimmung und der Liebe zum Detail absolut überwältigt zu sein. Da wünscht man sich echt, man hätte mehr Zeit zur Verfügung. :c
Meine letzte wunderbare Erfahrung hatte ich mit Cross Game, und dorthingehend kann ich dir auch nur ans Herz legen, dir mal ein Werk von Adachi anzuschauen bzw. zu lesen! Natürlich ist beispielsweise Cross Games Adaption nicht in dem Sinne ästhetisiert wie viele andere deiner Favoriten und hätte es folglich vielleicht etwas schwieriger, sich zu ihnen zu gesellen; aber nichtsdestotrotz hat mich nahezu jeder andere Aspekt so sehr überzeugt, dass ich nicht anders kann, als den Titel hier in dem Raum zu werfen. Slice-of-Life und Romance par excellence, so mühelos und elegant kombiniert und fernab von jeglichen unrealistischen Romance-Standards, bei welchen ich mir jedes Mal wieder nur an den Kopf fassen kann.

Natürlich bin ich irgendwo auch sehr interessiert daran zu fragen, was deine Gedanken zu so späte Zeiten noch umtreibt; nicht zuletzt auch, weil wir immer ähnlich lange wach zu sein scheinen, haha. Da das unter Umständen jedoch etwas zu persönlich werden kann, ist es natürlich gar kein Problem, falls du das nicht (hier öffentlich) einfach so erwidern magst. :)
Valkeiser 6 hours ago
I don't know what I'll watch next, maybe I should continue my Ghilbi spree. I was recommended Only Yesterday and Howl's Moving Castle, keeping the Miyazaki-Takahata balance I guess.One you liked and the other one not so much, curious if that will be the case for me too.

Well, I want to read it soon because my interest on it is fresh, else it will end up gathering dust on my ptr list... For a second I thought I read Children of the Whale lol, Never heard of that one you mentioned, is it any good?... I'm going to tackle some short one I'm interested in before jumping into something like Punpun or Yokohama which I've been postponing for a very long time. There's also Gunnm which I promised a friend I would read but never got past the first chapters (no real reason, just wasn't in the mood for it).

Ok, if you do recommend it that highly and even gave it a big 9 I'll consider it putting it on the list of movies I plan to watch next. What you said about it really caught my interest and maybe it will put me in the mood to get Gogo Monster out of the On-Hold list.
Fleure 11 hours ago
It did get all my love. I hope you love it whenever you try it.

LW&C is a literary experience, honestly. It transcends any one kind of appeal. It's something that I can truly say makes me think of the true potential of manga. While Takemitsu is a sublime experience, LW&C is incomparable; a true classic.

NFMaster Jan 20, 6:23 PM
Scheint als ob Tekkon Kinkreet dir gefallen hat. Die Regie hat Wunder vollbracht in der Art und Weise wie die Atmosphäre geschaffen wurde, und der Symbolismus in Kombination mit dem Setting war wirklich atemberaubend. Sehr emotionales Werk, hat Matsumoto als meinen Lieblingskünster in Stein gemeißelt :)
Valkeiser Jan 19, 10:56 PM
Well, these two days I managed to watch two Ghilbi movies I wanted to scratch off my lince a long time ago. One of them is the Nausicaä movie, which let me say is one of the worst and most insulting adaptations I have seen. I'm actually pissed and sad it exists, as it may mislead and discourage viewers from reading what I consider the best manga I have come across. Fortunately, this sour taste in my mouth didn't last as I was able to watch Kaguya-hime tonight an feel more optimistic toward Takahata and restored my faith in what's left for me to watch from Studio Ghilbi. Now without further due...

I remember I once heard or even read The Tale of Princess Kaguya folktale a long ago, but didn't find it that good at the time. Maybe it was due to Takahata's work that the story felt stronger and got me invested and even emotional about it. The story itself is nothing spectacular nor differentiates from other folktales from even my own country, but is the way this movie was animated and directed that captivated me. The animation and soundtrack help a lot to set this atmosphere of an old Japan tale. Now, as for Kaguya I loved her character. She servers as an outstanding vehicle to convey and explore all the underlying themes of the story like enjoying the good and bad of life, the search for happiness, the shallowness of materialism, the consequences and regrets of decisions and the inevitability of death. I felt like it wasn't a movie that wants to leave you asking if you have lived life at its fullest, but rather encouraging to do so with the time you have left.... I have a high recency bias so I'm giving it a temporary 8/10 and will revisit my thoughts on it later to see if it can make it to my favorites. But so far, my favorite Ghilbi move along with Chihiro.

By the way, heard the Girl's Last Tour manga ended and is not too long so I might pick it up now that I'm finally done with the one I was reading. Just letting you know in case you're interested, heard it had quite a fitting closure to this girl's adventure.
QVia Jan 19, 5:51 PM
And thanks for accepting. :)
I haven't read that many manga myself so I can't really recommend anything, but I think you will like Vinland Saga and maybe this. I just finished the later and currently reading the former one.
True that. And another thing I really like from Asano Inio's works besides the theme and characters is the atmosphere. I read from his interview in which it's described as calm before the storm atmosphere. Love it. I can only find it in his works. And it also makes the experience of reading his works feels more immersive.
I personally think Pink is her best compared to Helter Skelter and River's Edge. You should definitely read it too.
The live action has been on my plan-to-watch list since last year when I found it but can't find the right moment to watch it. Kind of my habit, when I know I will like something for sure, I want to watch it at the right time and in the right mood.
Houseki no Kuni is truly something, I wished it were ~25 episodes. The creator's other works seem really interesting too.
I think I take A Place Further Than the Universe deeper than it should be, like, a girls' adventure to impossibility, while also a coming-of-age story, but still being fun and beautiful. It personally hits me in the core. I almost interpreted it as something like Made In Abyss. haha. It might be true that it feels more easy-going in the recent episode, but I'm still expecting the climax.
I love Girls' Last Tour too. I have watched 6 episodes but stopped because I realized that I only have 6 more episodes left and it's such a waste to finish it now. haha. That's my another habit.
Nashawk Jan 17, 2:03 PM
Glad to hear that I'm not the only to think this way. I'll keep you informed about it.
Valkeiser Jan 17, 12:40 PM
No problem, glad to share them with you.

Well, most of the Yuasa fans loved Night is Short so take my thoughts on it with a grain of salt. Maybe my expectations were too high or I compared it too much with Tatami, but either way is worth a watch. Haven't seen Lu over the Wall but I've seen it being compared with Ponyo. Do share me your thoughts on it after you watch it, as I don't plan to do it anytime soon. My next movies are a rewatch of the Nausicaa one and finally going for Kaguya-hime after it being highly recommended by Konakana. I know you love that movie too, so I'll keep you posted.

Yes, I was afraid at first it would become a more story driven action show, but glad it focused on the girls which is its strongest point. Is there a particularly girl story/background you like the most?

There's not much I feel "good" or even "fine" this season, there's no surprise like Houseki was the last one. But if I had to choose it would be either "A Place Further Than The Universe" or "Mitsuboshi Colors" for its silly comedy. There are some runner ups like "Darling in the Franxx" and "After the Rain" but one episode is too soon to judge, will wait for the famous rule of three episodes before having a full opinion on them.
Nashawk Jan 17, 11:26 AM
I have to agree on the word "different", it's probably the shortest and accurate way to describe it. Still, when I read you, I feel that we didn't experience the same story, thus I should give it a second chance someday, though that won't be very soon.

Thank you for sharing your opinion. According to what you said, I think I will really like Tutu. Not that Erin doesn't seem interesting, but Tutu seems to share a few similarities with Penguindrum, if I dare say it. You convinced me.
QVia Jan 16, 1:34 PM
Nice fav manga list.
Anyone who likes punpun is my friend. :>
MoonScales Jan 16, 6:33 AM
Yea thanks for accepting.
You should try out Hyouge Mono. It has one of the best cast of characters anime has to offer. Plus the multilayered comedy and brilliant animation focusing on facial expressions is plausible. It's a dialogue heavy series though. And it is a bit boring (speaking in a general way here), so I had to push myself to watch it sometimes, otherwise it would have been in my top 3.
And I did love the Kaguya-hime movie. Though I need to rewatch it to get a better grssp on it. Cause this time I watched it with family so I wasn't all that focused.
Nashawk Jan 16, 2:50 AM
Your thoughts on the Utena movie are understandable, you're clearly not the only one to feel this way. That's another anime I need to rewatch soon to be able to express a precise opinion on it.

There's plenty of things I want to read before Takemitsu Zamurai, but once I read it I'll tell you if I enjoyed it. Although it has been drawn by the same mangaka, I might like it, especially since Matsumoto did not create the story. Gogo Monster was really something special. Not in a positive way, unfortunately.

I see there's Tutu and Erin in your favorites. These shows are probably the next ones I'm going to watch, they actually interest me. I hope I'll appreciate them as much as you do.
Nosma Jan 15, 7:13 PM
Yeah. I noticed it. Prolly fans? Either way, I love it. Matsumoto is new in the industry and extremely promising.
Nosma Jan 15, 3:22 PM
It is obviously influenced by a Ikuhara even though I am not sure who has done it.
Nashawk Jan 15, 2:57 PM
The atmosphere, of course, but also the structure. To make it short, it is intuitive and aesthetic. It is kind of weird, but I absolutely wanted to discover the hidden content.
Yeah, I can't use words to explain how dear to me this show is. I guess you feel the same towards SEL, which I also really like. Glad Utena resonated with you too, even though I find unfortunate we don't share the same feelings concerning the movie. Haibane Renmei is impressive due to how atmospheric and meaningful it is, in my opinion. I urge to re-watch it.