Silyon's Profile


Anime Stats
Days: 92.4
Mean Score: 6.73
  • Total Entries832
  • Rewatched4
  • Episodes5,464
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo
Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo
10 hours ago
Watching 1/76 · Scored -
Yume Senshi Wingman
Yume Senshi Wingman
Yesterday, 1:30 PM
Plan to Watch · Scored -
Kyuuketsuhime Miyu
Kyuuketsuhime Miyu
Yesterday, 1:28 PM
Completed 4/4 · Scored 4
Manga Stats
Days: 14.8
Mean Score: 7.97
  • Total Entries153
  • Reread0
  • Chapters2,597
  • Volumes296
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Pocket Monsters RéBURST
Pocket Monsters RéBURST
Jan 19, 11:08 PM
Plan to Read · Scored -
Tsubasa wo Motsu Mono
Tsubasa wo Motsu Mono
Jan 14, 9:38 AM
Plan to Read · Scored -
Sora wa Akai Kawa no Hotori
Sora wa Akai Kawa no Hotori
Jan 11, 12:42 PM
Reading 14/96 · Scored -


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adlet_maia Jan 20, 2:22 PM
Kedvenc anime ebbeől a season-ből nehéz kérdés. Mert elég erős ez a season.
Vagy a Yuru Camp vagy a Franxx. Nekem a Kill la Kill nagyon tetszett és ugyanaz a két studió csinálja a Franxx-ot is.

Látom Franxx-ot nézed te is de a Yuru Camp-et nem. Be fogsz csatlakozni a Yuru Camp-be később? Vagy a Slice of Life animokat nem szereted?
Én nagyon bírom az ilyen comfy animékat. Yuru Camp az Maximum Comfy.
Cypress- Jan 20, 12:15 PM
When you watch Pokemon: 3 Spell of the Unknown I hope you like it. Its not only my favorite Pokemon movie its also one of my favorite films of all time across all mediums.
adlet_maia Jan 15, 10:51 AM
Ezt hallottad már?

Opening of the Season?

Ja, amúgy erről mit gondolsz?

Normális hogy egy miniszterelnök ilyet mond?
Rayaxe Jan 14, 6:38 AM
Yeh, sometimes I do have to re-watch my on hold shows from the beginning, like I'm doing now for seakano, but if it's something episodic, something with no progressive plot or something without a complicated plot, I can usually watch it without re-watching older episodes since these types of anime usually remind you of any important details when ever they have the chance - like world trigger dedicates the begging of it's episodes to recap every small detail. In the instances where I have to watch an anime with a more complicated plot, 50% of the time I can remember the plot, especially if it had an impact on me and provoked thought, that other 50% is usually anime I was initially not interested in thus I have to jog my memory again (Like seakano which I wasn't too interested in while it was airing coz there were a lot of other good anime seasonal that caught my interest)

I have a lot more time now than I did in 12th and 13th grade, university is easy to keep up with so far but I just don't feel like using my extended spare time on Anime, I'm sort of afraid I might grow out of anime and be left with no other alternative time killer, so I'm really pacing myself and letting the stack of anime I have to watch grow. I could easily finish my on hold list in 2 - 3 months while keeping up with seasonal if I wanted.
Patofna Jan 12, 3:34 AM
Patofna Jan 11, 3:37 PM
Thank you for telling me! I like you too!
Patofna Jan 11, 1:54 PM
I like your profile layout.
Rayaxe Jan 11, 6:24 AM
Frankly I don't read the reason for the recommendation, I just go on the anime and view it's synopsis and see if it piques my interest. Recommendations are pretty shit for popular anime - which mainly get popular recommendations, but for more obscure anime with a more seasoned fan base you get a lot of goodies.

Well so far I've only run out of popular anime to watch excluding the ones I've willingly choose to set aside (Like Jojo) because I didn't feel like watching their genre. Although I find myself re-watching a lot of anime (which you can see from my profile) I got plenty to watch and plenty I want to watch but it's not too easy for me to start something like an action anime after a 3-6 hour revision session in my university library, I want something relaxing so I usually set aside my plethora of options for some moe trash or to re-watch some iyashikai - hence I have a huge on-hold list because I start anime and don't feel like progressing them until I'm in a state of mind where I can enjoy it, and also because I was watching 70 at the same time before my exams hit and I had to put all of them on hold and I haven't been able to make up for it since. I got A bookmark folder with 400+ anime I'm interested in giving a go, and I've missed a few good seasonals too - with the circulation of new anime and the older ones I have to catch up with I very much doubt I'll run out of new things to watch.

BTW full moon is probably ganna be put on hold, I'm 10 episodes form the end but it's been pretty dull for a while so I've been avoiding it XD
Rayaxe Jan 11, 4:24 AM
Well nonetheless I still see loads of anime I haven't heard of before frequently - even after browsing more than a few thousand
It's hard to find anime if you search based on word of mouth, I usually dig deep into the recommended section of an anime I like and look for stuff I might also like, and sometimes when I find 1 obscure anime like Akachan to Boku, I come across a bunch of others in the recommended like Aishiteruze Baby, Chibi devi, and ofc Daa daa daa!
Rayaxe Jan 9, 2:16 PM
Hmm... what to say... Well as a fan of parenting anime and generally anime with kids before their teenage years (Since they make really good gag scenes with all the misunderstandings and enlighten you on a child's perspective of things) I think this is pretty weak and borderline generic.

It's basically about some girls who goes to live with her mom's friend while she goes off to space as an astronaut, and ends up having to stay with her friend's son since her friend leaves for India, they find some Alien baby with his alien care taker who've apparently had a black hole transported them from their word to earth and it'll take 2 years to communicated to their planet to send help. The baby can fly and shit and has physic powers and calls the 2 MC's "Mama" and "Papa" so I assume the kid thinks the both fucked and made him. Now this is where you assume this is some parenting anime with some emotional drama or something that features enlightening aspects of parenthood, but nope, Fk u. The care taker the came with the baby pretty much takes care of him - but acts like he actually isn't a professional being dedicated and experienced in the field. The 2 MCs barely give 2 fucks about the kid, they just don't want him to get dissected, and the parental part is just a gimmick that contributes nothing to the plot other than briefly eluding there's parenting in it - which is merely an illusion.

I've only see 10 episodes, it's pretty much a RomCom with your typical popular male MC and tsundere female MC discovering they probably wanna bang behind the nearest KFC dumpster and then get forced into a miserable marriage and try to keep their relationship intact by reminiscing about the supernatural experience they had that made them wanna fuck.
EnZanity Jan 7, 4:17 AM
I kinda just write how I want to write for a certain show so my tone, and probably some other stuff, seems to change a lot from review to review. I guess in a way it's fun to see how they turn out and how others see my reviews
EnZanity Jan 7, 3:28 AM
I see, I do hate the idea of forgiving people for stuff I think doesn't deserve to be forgiven and I guess that accidentally translated to the way I see anime... I should change that mentality of mine
EnZanity Jan 6, 8:28 PM
You make really good points, I just wasn't a fan of how they executed it, as you have already said.

And I kinda get what you mean by the way I write negative reviews. I'll try and remember that for future reviews, but I feel like it's something that naturally happens when I write a review containing a lot of flaws. Might take a while for me to change that habit

Thanks Silly
Bajar Jan 6, 1:37 AM
I'm sorry but that would never happen even in the most bizarre possible timeline
Eternal- Jan 5, 8:00 PM
Don't forget the other adjectives. Snail eating and insect devouring freaks. Might as well go all the way.