My basic ingredients for a good anime/manga/visual novel are a high-quality story and artwork. I used to consider them equal, but due to some very bad experiences, I have come to prioritize the latter more. My turn-offs are shounen-ai, yaoi, and some unnatural girls, particularly animal-related (e.g., neko-girls, wolf-girls, and, to a lesser extent, mechanical or alien maidens); I am also not a fan of cosplay. I also dislike gender-benders.
When it comes to my reviews, I do not trust the website's synopsis, so I add my own. I emphasize on the story, characters, and my take on them. Feel free to give me feedback on anything, including typos. Criticism is appreciated.
I watch/read very slowly, in order to take in as much of what the piece of work is offering as possible. Also, I have to be in an appropriate mood and environment. Sometimes, I would rewatch/reread the last/same episode(s)/chapter(s) to get a recap, particularly if it has been a while since I have watched/read it, or if I had watched/read it hastily. Therefore, it could take ages for me to finish something, but I do not generally rewatch/reread works; instead, I look for new ones.
I do not do much in real life, with school and all, but I do like video games and soccer. I am also interested in martial arts. Leave a comment, and remember . . .
Tell me the rest of the rules if you know them. XD
Opening and ending sequences of Ef - a Tale of Memories.:
Opening sequence of Ef - a Tale of Melodies.:
One of the greatest scenes of the Ef - a Tale of Memories. anime, taken from episode seven: