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Anime Stats
Days: 235.4
Mean Score: 6.81
  • Total Entries2,108
  • Rewatched85
  • Episodes15,663
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Ishuzoku Reviewers
Ishuzoku Reviewers
May 31, 6:55 PM
Completed 12/12 · Scored 8
Nekopara
Nekopara
Apr 13, 7:46 AM
Completed 12/12 · Scored 6
Isuca
Isuca
Apr 13, 7:39 AM
Completed 10/10 · Scored 5
Manga Stats
Days: 18.0
Mean Score: 6.17
  • Total Entries237
  • Reread2
  • Chapters2,240
  • Volumes357
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Kekkon Yubiwa Monogatari
Kekkon Yubiwa Monogatari
Jul 25, 2019 7:04 PM
Reading 34/? · Scored -
Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
Apr 1, 2019 7:12 AM
Reading 36/? · Scored -
Goblin Slayer
Goblin Slayer
Feb 18, 2019 5:25 AM
Reading 15/? · Scored -

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YangWen-li82 May 31, 7:13 PM
I am glad to hear it that you will watch Maison Ikkoku. Since it still remains one of my favourite with a huge reward. I agree with slow pace problem. As the first 37 to 40 eps are mostly slice of life comedy (similar style to ranma 1/2 & urusei yatsura) but after that you will greeted with one of the most well written romance. But i think the comedy in 1st season is good. Also the characters and the series itself become more mature as time passes naturally. It's not about only love but also about life struggle as well. You can also check out my review for my true feeling of this series. I hope you will enjoy as i did.
YangWen-li82 May 27, 6:46 PM
It was released in north america as dvds in 2000s(out of print). It is never as popular as ranma and inuyasha in na. But in japan it was released in blu ray alongside Urusei Yatsura. I highly recommend Maison Ikkoku. Believe me it is a wonderful story from beginning to end in 5yrs. With one of the most satisfying ending i have ever seen in anime history. Give it a another shot if you can. Sorry for long comment though
YangWen-li82 May 26, 11:03 PM
You seem like a huge romance fan. I like it. But you still haven’t seen the greatest of all romance anime that is Maison Ikkoku. It may be a bit old but i highly recommend it to every romcom fans. Watch it
-Alians- May 16, 6:37 AM
<3 KOTOKO

I dunno about TTGL. It was just incredibly boring and generic.
-Alians- May 14, 9:04 PM
Jesus, that Tengen Toppa review hit hard; and I've only seen 5 episodes. I absolutely could not get through it. It was hell. It was not specifically terrible or anything.

On a side note, what do you think of KOTOKO?
MPIFGTY May 12, 4:13 PM
Dope reviews. Hope you can write more in the future.
kiraila May 7, 8:04 AM
I totally agree with you. ^^
kiraila Apr 21, 2:18 AM
I just read your Urusei Yatsura review & clicked on your profile. Although I don't 100% agree with your rating system, I gotta say that I love your intro. You are my "spirit animal". Stay safe! ^^
Master10K Apr 16, 5:19 PM
Been waiting for this spin-off to finally an anime. A good anime to release whilst everyone is health conscious.
Aylian Apr 16, 10:11 AM
I would be interested in exploring different genres (though sports doesn't really sound appealing to me? But i'm still willing to watch 1-2, just to get a taste of it). I would love to watch some more fantasy animes too, since I can imagine that anime would be the perfect type of medium to pursue this genre with (so much creative and technical freedom and possibilities!). I wouldn't mind watching older animes. It's a bit difficult to adjust to the dated art styles sometimes, but once I get into the story that really isn't a problem anymore. Plus, they have a charm of their own.

I completely understand what you mean about your favourites and the nostalgia (again--something I experienced with film too!). I just finished watching Kakegurui xx (the second season), so I'll start watching Nodame Cantebile now. I'm watching a LOT of animes at the moment, at least in comparison to the amount of shows I usually watch at a given moment, but it's just because what I want to watch depends on my mood haha. I don't want to overload myself either, however.

Aria is really adorable so far. I really enjoy watching it during sunny afternoons with a cup of tea and some cookies (very specific, I guess haha). I decided to watch it after I finished Yuru Camp, which is one of my favourites, because it seems to have that seem cute and joyful vibe.

Thanks for the clarification on your reviews! They seem like a useful tool. I might start using comments too as I usually have some thoughts about animes but I don't feel like I'm in any position to write a review about them (since I'm so new to anime). Plus, writing reviews can be quite a hassle haha.

And thank you for the recommendations. That will keep me entertained for a while haha. Where do you read mangas? Do you read them online or do you actually purchase physical copies?

I've seen Spirited Away and Perfect Blue (Perfect Blue is actually in my favourites list on MAL I believe; I found it quite spectacular). Now that Netflix has all the Ghibli movies on it, there really is no excuse for me not to watch them. My favourite so far has been Kiki's Delivery Service, another film with that cute and joyful atmosphere I really seem to enjoy haha.
Aylian Apr 14, 10:18 AM
Woah, such an elaborate profile haha! I loved reading it though. I always think it's so much fun when people talk about their hobbies or things they are passionate about, and it works quite contageous haha. I stumbled upon your page after (partially) reading your review for Tokyo Mew Mew. I say partially since I haven't watched it yet myself and in those cases I more so glance over the reviews to get a general idea of what I can expect without spoiling too much of the fun/discovery for myself. The way you speak of anime quite resonates with me, except I've experienced it with film. (Though I am quite a newcomer to that world of media too). For anime, however, I am almost a complete newbie. Only having finished 14 shows/films, I think that would be fair to say haha. At times it can feel a bit overwhelming too since there is just SO much (same goes for film). But, I'm trying not to let it daunt me.

That said, if it isn't too much to ask, I would love to know your recommendations! They don't have to be specifically adapted to my taste (as frankly, I don't believe I've developed much of that yet LOL). Would you recommend I watch anything from your favourite's list (and is there anything that takes priority)? Or is there another anime you'd recommend for someone as new as me to watch? I'd love to know :D

Have a great week ^_^
Master10K Apr 11, 2:20 PM
Yeah, the PV for Gliepner looked neat. Might check that one out. As for the others like Fruits Basket and Arte...

... Nah
Master10K Apr 10, 5:01 PM
The MAL staff's unhinged reaction is the only reason why I knew about the show to begin with. Glad they advertised it so well, because similar to Demi-chan..., it got me to think differently about Monster Girls (Succubus in particular).

Yeah, it's mostly been either Japanese LNs or Korean & Chinese WebNs that have been taking my time. Though when it comes to the WNs, I tend to just open it on some Text-to-Speech app and listen to it like a cheap audiobook. Makes it easy to get through especially the Chinese ones. However if you really want manga, I've been checking some of them that have been adapted to Webtoons (manga designed for your phone). 3 of them that you can easily google search and read on your phone are...

- Solo Levelling ... A Dungeon Crawler. Incredibly popular and just went on Hiatus.
- Overgeared ... The VRMMO themed WN is pretty popular and the manga has the same artist as Solo Levelling.
- Release that Witch ... Dealing with Industrialization. Manga is okay but cannot capture the essence of the original WN.

As for this season of anime, there's only been Tower of God, Kaguya-sama S2 & Bookworm S2, that I've been looking forward to. Any you're looking forward to? I can imagine you enjoying Otome Game...
Master10K Apr 10, 9:28 AM
I guess that makes one less mediocre show to get through. Lately I've been reading all the Light Novel volumes I've had stockpiled.

Well the main reason I had the urge to send you a message was because I noticed you've watched a show that I recently finished... Ishuzoku Reviewers. Found it surprisingly enjoyable.
Master10K Apr 8, 5:44 PM
Ouch... I see you managed to suffer through Rail Wars! as well.