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Days: 107.3
Mean Score: 7.83
  • Total Entries627
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Bounen no Xamdou
Bounen no Xamdou
Nov 5, 2022 8:12 PM
Plan to Watch · Scored -
Blue Lock
Blue Lock
Nov 3, 2022 11:09 PM
Plan to Watch · Scored -
Blend S
Blend S
Nov 2, 2022 1:32 AM
Watching 1/12 · Scored 7
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Days: 8.3
Mean Score: 8.42
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Sakamichi no Apollon: Bonus Track
Sakamichi no Apollon: Bonus Track
May 5, 2021 2:23 AM
Completed 5/5 · Scored 8
Jumyou wo Kaitotte Moratta. Ichinen ni Tsuki, Ichimanen de.
Jumyou wo Kaitotte Moratta. Ichinen ni Tsuki, Ichimanen de.
May 4, 2021 1:14 PM
Completed 18/18 · Scored 9
Grand Blue
Grand Blue
Aug 6, 2020 6:26 AM
Plan to Read · Scored 9

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Nateal Dec 20, 2019 8:32 AM
If you click the GIF on my profile it'll send you to a Youtube video. I found it while browsing on Wallpaper Engine and it's apparently an OC by someone from Pixiv.
despairazure Oct 16, 2019 5:26 AM
I think it is an important aspect but I don't really mind any ending/opening as long as its good to listen to. I think insert songs between scenes are more important that way since it has a major impact on the scene.

I kinda like the Kaguya's op since its so catchy, lol I dunno why but probably thats just me. That said, I like Kaguya-sama's ed though, Halca's Sentimental Crisis was really good and it had a great impact on the fireworks episode.

Thats really good song choices! I haven't listen to Melt unfortunately.
Regarding Higurashi no Naku koro ni, I think most horror anime's theme songs are underappreciated. Take a listen to Elfen Lied op, its creepy yet great too. I like Another op too, the lyrics are gore af.

I have of a lot of favorite anime songs. My playlist is full of it actually. lol
- To start off, my favorite op of all time which is Your Lie in April's Hikaru Nara by Goose House. I think I fell in love with the song when I first listened to it.
- My favorite ed is probably Bakemonatari's Kimi no Shiranai Monogatari by supercell, it is just so good!
- I like Houseki no Kuni op which was sung by YURiKA, I like it when its live too, specifically at Anisama 2018
- I also like ClariS songs but my favorite is Connect from Madoka
- secret base from AnoHana is also really good, its just so emotional.
- Again from FMAB It just sound so cool
- Tenshi ni fureta yo from K-on!! is just so memorable, it reminds me of that scene if you know what I mean.

There are just a lot to name actually. lol but those are my favorite ones
despairazure Oct 14, 2019 6:35 AM
It can work both ways actually. Yeah, I heard that she was an idol too. Same can be said with Aoi Yuuki and Ogura Yui, they were child stars before. Yep she is amazing and I think what she puts out on the industry is really great. I think no one is/was as popular as KanaHana right now but I have favorite seiyuus that I personally prefer over her. Its safe to say that she is the most popular but not the best seiyuu right? That said though, I don't see her that much every season actually, but every show she is in gets popular just because of her sometimes.
In relation to KanaHana, she is in a famous meme which is of course Renai Circulation from the op of Bakemonogatari. Most non-avid anime and seiyuu fans usually don't know where the song come from and who she is.

I totally agree! Rieri is a great personality and she is proving her potential every role she's in. She is a seiyuu unit Earphones too and her cover ed songs on both the two seasons of Takagi-san, I recently like her Kiseki and Kanade covers in s2.

To put it briefly, awards aren't to be taken as measurement to tell how great the seiyuu is but an achievement for a specific performance. I can't argue with that then. There's no denying that Kamishiraishi Mone did an excellent job but I think that the annual seiyuu award is prone to misunderstanding. The best seiyuu award just means the best performance, I'm not hating though, I just want clarity on the context. It might be confusing. Famous movies gives roles to actors than experienced seiyuus nowadays. Mone is an actress and I don't think she will be voicing a character in a tv show soon. She sang a theme song though.

Yep, I really like MYTH&ROID, shadowgraph is indeed great, also, ReZero's Paradisus Paradoxum & STYX HELIX, and Youjo Senki's Jingo Jungle are well done. The plot was fine for me but how the structure of the story is built up is really complicated. You need to finish the show to understand the previous episodes and the plot ofc. Some episodes were really unexplained but the following scenarios for the next episodes makes sense for the story for you. It is really a matter of taste but that show is average for me so can't blame you.
Yeah Yuuki Aoi's Boogiepop is the best performance I've ever heard for a seiyuu personally.

lol Its true that I decide what shows to watch based on the cast of seiyuus but for the most part I pretty much watch anything, mostly seasonals but I sometimes binge-watch. I watch shows that update every week since I like to look for gems but the main reason I watch seasonals only for a long period of time is because I go to school and I only binge when its break time.
But to answer your question, yeah plot is really important when watching an anime. I think I decide to drop things half-way if its really painful to watch a show but I still watch mediocre tier shows and finish it. Watching seasonals have its up and downs. Anyways, I think plot is the biggest factor in watching anime , next is character then production and then enjoyment. The plot really drives the anime to be good or bad. I think it is where the other factors come too on how hey influence the plot as a whole. For example, a character can suddenly ruin the progression of the plot sometimes and production can lessen the quality of the show which also lessen the value of the plot.

Off topic: What are your favorite anime song, it can be anything like op, ed, insert songs, character songs or etc.
despairazure Oct 13, 2019 9:12 AM
Well Aoi-chan voiced a literal giant. lol I think her most unique and my opinion her best role is Boogiepop, I think she was the perfect fit for it and I think the voice is just so relaxing to listen to. Yeah Hayamin is a veteran and in fairness Yuuki Aoi is one too. I mean she has a lot of roles and experience right? So its safe to say she is. In my opinion, I don't really think that awards measure how the level of a seiyuu is. Take Mone Kamishiraishi for example, she won the 11th Annual Seiyuu Award but she only has one main role in that year(2016) and her entire voice acting career. I don't really think that she is better than Hayamin. Hayami-san proved for years with wonderful performances in multiple roles while Mone-san voiced a character on the most famous anime of the year or the most famous anime movie of all time. Don't get me wrong, I know that Mone is more on the acting industry and she did a splendid and amazing voice as Mitsuha but I don't think that really equates as being one of the greatest.

Its safe to say that KanaHana is the most famous seiyuu both in Japan and in the west. Oh thats a really great question! Wow, its really hard to precisely see anyone like KanaHana. If the current seiyuu generation gets a lot of exposure I think there are great options. Lets start with skill, I think Takahashi Rie is a good candidate since she is really skillful, I mean she voiced Emilia, Megumin and Takagi. Kana Ichinose is really underrated and she is really good skill-wise with voicing a lot of main role characters despite starting her voice acting career not that long ago. Popularity wise I think Inori Minase and Ayane Sakura are close to her and have the potential to reach the level of KanaHana's popularity. Ayaneru is proving it but I think I see Inorin more of a Nana Mizuki type than KanaHana type, just from her singing career she is really similar to Nana-sama.
What do you think? I'm interested in hearing your view on it. Its really hard when you think about it but I hope there would be more like KanaHana.
despairazure Oct 11, 2019 4:49 AM
Sure thing! I've been a big fan of the seiyuu industry since learning more about anime and Japan. I'm at a state in which I decide to watch a show by watching the set of seiyuus. lmao Same as you, I have no one to talk seiyuu stuff with, so I eager to talk about these things. Also feel free to message me to talk about more about these stuff and anime!

I think I watched Youjo Senki just because I heard Aoi Yuuki is voicing a loli Hitler. lol Not even kidding. Koe no Katachi had a great cast actually for a movie. Also, she is a literal legal loli so the loli thing is perfect for her. I have one role I don't like her voicing which is Yoshiko from Aho Girl, it just feels so weird and does not suit her at all. The most recent character I've heard her voice was Tamaki from Fire Force. Now, she is voicing Diane from the s3 of Nanatsu no Tazai and soon, Tsuyu in BNHA s4. This girl started as a child actress so she is a veteran at anything media.

I think I like Hayamin's voice a lot, she is really talented at both being a seiyuu and singer. IMO, she is a powerhouse veteran in the industry which gets a lot of roles every season. Whenever I first time hear a character she voiced in a show, I instantly recognize her. The first time I've heard and recognize her was I think Tsurumi from AnoHana, same as her fellow veteran Kayano Ai. She also did well on voicing a character which does not speak. lol
despairazure Oct 9, 2019 4:04 AM
Thanks for the friend request! I like your taste! It seems we have Yuuki Aoi as one of our favorites, she is an amazing seiyuu. That legal loli surely has a great voice, I lik her voice as Madoka, Victorique and Tanya specifically. You also have Higurashi on your favs, I like the second season more but its good to see more love from it!
ShikiSajiTomoya May 19, 2018 9:31 AM
Watched "Koe no Katachi" for the third time after watching it back to back a year and half ago. It was damn good to rewatch. Yesterday I watched "Kimi no Na wa" for the first time and I just felt the urge to watch "Koe no Katachi". "koe no katachi" is totally on a different level than "kimi no na wa" storywise. The art may not be as great as "kimi no na wa". But, the story, the characters, the emotions leave a great impression unlike "kimi no na wa".
TheNoseOfDeath May 12, 2018 11:54 AM
Ayt cool, glad they helped lol
TheNoseOfDeath May 12, 2018 6:05 AM
Yo, thanks for your friend request. What were you saying about some manga recomendations of mine you found? I couldnt read your full message in the friend request.
ShikiSajiTomoya Apr 29, 2018 8:45 AM
Since diving into the otaku world of Anime, Manga, VN, LN a year and a half ago, I wasn't really into Manga. The colored world of anime and VN just made me think the black and white of Manga was boring or it was lacking. Hell, I was wrong. Recently, I read "Onani Master Kurosawa", "Molester Man/Chikan Otoko" and "Train Man/Densha Otoko", "Kami nomi zo shiru sekai" and now I think manga is on par with anime and VN.
ShikiSajiTomoya Apr 14, 2017 4:23 AM
Heaven's Feel is the best and the most sense-making route in FATE/STAY NIGHT
Here, I give the reasons...

(1) The three routes (Fate, Unlimited Blade Works UBW and Heaven's Feel HF) all diverged from each other only from the first day and before that the story doesn't have alternate versions. So, those events that happened before the First day are facts and constants. Some examples are -

* That Matou Sakura is actually the sister of Tohsaka Rin who was sent away to the Matou family by the Rin and Sakura's father. There, in the Matou Household, Sakura was trained as a Magi. Only the HF route gives explanation to this part of the story and the other 2 routes have nothing to say, making them incomplete and somewhat inconsistent.
ShikiSajiTomoya Feb 26, 2017 1:27 AM
Bakuman... Best... Saikou.... Sugoi... Masterpiece...
ShikiSajiTomoya Feb 19, 2017 10:05 AM
I have just watched Kokoro Summer and Kokoro Winter from the Aoi Bungaku series. Both of the episodes were deep. But I didn't understand them. I think I have to think about it more deeply.
ShikiSajiTomoya Feb 19, 2017 7:48 AM
Whoah.... Watching golden time was a golden time. Oh man! It was so fun, I am exhausted!!! Now, it's time to refresh the mood. So, now it's time for Sakigake! Cromartie High School.
ShikiSajiTomoya Feb 16, 2017 12:37 AM
Last I night I saw the first arc of the Aoi Bungaku Series - No Longer Human. Masterpieces are indeed blue (Blue). No longer human made me depressed.
It’s time to ditch the text file.
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