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Days: 86.2
Mean Score: 3.99
  • Total Entries3,964
  • Rewatched22
  • Episodes5,717
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Yoru no Kurage wa Oyogenai
Yoru no Kurage wa Oyogenai
Apr 14, 5:28 AM
Watching 2/12 · Scored -
Wind Breaker
Wind Breaker
Apr 14, 5:28 AM
Watching 2/13 · Scored -
Sasayaku You ni Koi wo Utau
Sasayaku You ni Koi wo Utau
Apr 14, 5:28 AM
Watching 1/12 · Scored -
All Manga Stats Manga Stats
Days: 78.5
Mean Score: 6.84
  • Total Entries2,283
  • Reread3
  • Chapters13,386
  • Volumes1,234
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Apr 16, 11:11 AM
Reading 148/? · Scored -
Yamikin Ushijima-kun
Yamikin Ushijima-kun
Apr 7, 5:48 AM
Reading 10/493 · Scored -
Isso Anata ga Todome wo Sashite
Isso Anata ga Todome wo Sashite
Apr 6, 11:29 AM
Reading 1/? · Scored -

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literaturenerd Mar 31, 6:38 PM
I hope it gets a dub and finds a larger audience here in the US!
ZechAnimanga Mar 10, 11:25 AM
Glad to hear that Hirayasumi is getting some love! Unfortunately, I don't personally know anyone that has read it. I heard Hirayasumi's English volumes will be out in physical and digital formats from VIZ Media at May 21.

For now, I'm just reading old school manga that are overlooked from newcomers.
injoong Mar 7, 6:17 PM
yess, i love manga sm! i would love to give you some recommendations, what kind of genres are you into?
i haven't been reading anything right now unless it's updated chapters of manhwas or mangas since i've been busy with uni but i'll look through some of my history and i'll update u in my next reply ! xd

Ranacchi Mar 4, 4:38 PM
Hm just Dungeon Meshi (still ongoing) and Zetsubou no Kaibutsu (poor animation but interesting story)
Most of the other anime I watched the past few weeks weren't that great imo
injoong Mar 3, 4:43 PM
sorry about the late reply but i'm good thank you!
what about yourself ?? :))
Ranacchi Mar 3, 4:34 PM
Pretty good!

ZechAnimanga Feb 29, 8:40 AM
Since we last talked, I have read a lot of manga.
Hirayasumi is a great read for me.

I happen to resonate with it, especially after catching up to the latest chapter. Despite the shortcomings and tribulations of life, Hiroto and Natsumi find sanctuary with each other. I adore the mundane moments of their daily occurrences. With a sibling intimacy that inspires pangs of envy or catharsis in readers, the cousin duo often banters. Their banter shows Hiroto's childishness and Natusmi's solemn personality despite her young age. This is how Hirayasumi gives that resonating effect I love. It doesn't help that we don't know what our future holds which is prevalent with college students/young adults. We question the grasp of our future.
Plasmatize Feb 27, 5:19 PM
Good luck getting back into Rain World, when you’re in the right mindset. The early stages are the hardest to get into; over time you start to adapt to its world and systems, and things get a little smoother, though still quite unforgiving. It’s definitely worth sticking out.

Thanks for the horror suggestions! Signalis is on my list to check out, but the rest I actually hadn’t heard of before you mentioned them. Crow Country in particular looks interesting - I’ll keep an eye on its development.

As for games I’m getting, I probably won’t be buying a ton of new stuff for the next little while, just if something really interesting pops up. I tend to buy games from my backlog ahead of time, whenever there’s a Steam deal, and, especially after the Winter sale last December, I’ve got loads of titles that I own but haven’t touched yet. So I’ll probably try to work through those before this year’s new releases ramp up. But as for specific games, continuing the horror theme, I’ll probably be looking at Soma and the remade Resident Evil games pretty soon. Beyond that, no idea, just whatever I feel in the mood for I guess!
injoong Feb 26, 4:16 PM
hiii! ty for the fr ! :D
it's nice to meet you ヾ(´▿`)ノ
Plasmatize Feb 13, 9:52 PM
Monogatari is another show that's been on my radar a while, though I have no idea what it's about, just that its visual style and techniques get pretty wild! I'll get to it... someday.

One of the more noteworthy games I've played recently is Rain World, though whether I'd recommend it would depend on the person. It's a 2D indie survival game with a creative and surprisingly complex post-apocalyptic ecosystem, especially the AI! Every creature within it has its own mind, goals, interactions with other parts of the system, and sometimes even hierarchies or entire trading systems. You're meant to feel like just another part of it, near the bottom of the food chain, rather than "the main character" of the world. Accordingly, it also leaves you to figure out basically everything for yourself, but this and other elements do mean it can feel obtuse, unforgiving and even "unfair" on various occasions. Sometimes out of necessity for the experience, other times, less so. Took some patience to get into but it was ultimately very interesting, immersive, rewarding, and probably quite replayable, especially with the recent DLC characters.

As for things I'm looking forward to, Pacific Drive looks like a neat mix of a driving game with several other genres, and releases next week! I've also been getting more into horror games of late, so I'd like to continue those as well. Any games on your own radar now that you're back into them?
Plasmatize Feb 11, 11:29 AM
Well, best of luck with the rewatch when you do get around to it! Monster's quite a dense and understated show, so I'd imagine there'd be a lot to get from a second viewing.

I'm doing good as well, just enjoying life while slowly working through my multiple media backlogs in my spare time, particularly my video game collection. Have you watched, read or done anything interesting lately?
Plasmatize Feb 11, 12:34 AM
Very much so! It's a slow build of the best kind, taking the time to make every member of its sprawling cast, even the most seemingly minor ones, into interesting and well-rounded people. So when bombshell reveals drop, they drop hard, and the tension at many points is breathtaking! I'm curious to see if most of these one-off characters and stories will remain so, or be reincorporated into the broader story later. Also, Johan's buildup has been excellent so far! Despite not even having much screen time yet, his presence is inescapable; his actions and influence speak for themselves.

How are you doing by the way? Been a while.
Fafyy Jan 25, 4:07 PM
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literaturenerd Dec 27, 2023 1:45 PM
Yes, Spice and Wolf has a light novel, anime series, and a manga. I link my Goodreads account on my profile, which I try to keep updated. I'm a fairly heavy reader compared to America's average, but there are tons of WAAAY better read people out there in the world, including here on MAL.

Typically, I spend my reading time with novels. However, I've been wanting to try more manga since I've really neglected it over the last few years.
It’s time to ditch the text file.
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