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Anime Stats
Days: 137.1
Mean Score: 6.45
  • Total Entries908
  • Rewatched45
  • Episodes8,674
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
Jun 21, 9:30 AM
Watching 24/25 · Scored -
Koe no Katachi
Koe no Katachi
Jun 12, 10:31 PM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 10
Isekai Quartet
Isekai Quartet
May 29, 10:11 AM
Watching 8/12 · Scored -
Manga Stats
Days: 202.7
Mean Score: 6.91
  • Total Entries1,634
  • Reread89
  • Chapters31,867
  • Volumes2,107
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Bokutachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai
Bokutachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai
Jun 23, 9:07 AM
Reading 116/? · Scored 8
Nanatsu no Taizai
Nanatsu no Taizai
Jun 23, 9:03 AM
Reading 315/? · Scored 7


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thetreedude Jan 8, 7:48 PM
[Violent Evergreen, Bunny Girl Senpai, and Golden Camuy] would be ones to check out.

It's been going well, I have started a better job in a hospital. Only problem is that my hours are such that I wake up at 3 am. I leave early at least and avoid traffic. I haven't been as active in anime watching last year and barely finished new things. Yagate Kimi ni Naru was the only real reason I started watching anime this season again and it was because a friend wanted to watch it together.

Now if we were to talk about novels... I might have something I can recommend!
If you want the satisfaction of finishing something, consider oneshots.
¤ The Probability I can Kill my Wife Without being Found out
¤ About the Reckless Girl who kept Challenging a Reborn Man like Me

These oneshots are something you must dive into without any idea what they are except the catchy titles.

If you want something more lengthy and is consistently updated, I found that korean novels seem to be doing well.
¤ The Novel's Extra
¤ Trash of the Count’s Family

I won't go into length about why I enjoyed them, but I think I enjoyed Trash more than destruction flags. They share similar premise, but the main characters have different motivations and personalities. They are currently the most popular novels right now according to novelupdates too..

We should talk with a better medium. Are you living in Florida right now?
thetreedude Dec 10, 2018 12:08 AM
Finally logged in here again. How's it been?

Happy holidays if I don't stop by before that time.
Life's been busy.
Aslt Nov 12, 2018 3:01 PM
Nice Hyakuren no Haou to Seiyaku no Valkyria review, mate.
Master10K Nov 28, 2017 10:05 PM
Well I'm currently waiting for the Tate no Yuusha anime series, along with the Death March one, in order to see whether it'll peak my interest. Similar to how Knight & Magic and Isekai wa Smartphone did, in a previous season.

Anyway you should start by finishing as much of the stuff you're "currently watching", because I just don't see how you can have over 100 unfinished anime in the pipeline.
Master10K Nov 28, 2017 12:35 PM
Okay, that explains a lot. I only got into manga and light novels because it's easy to become dissatisfied with all the incomplete anime adaptations or the poor anime adaptations (e.g. Rosario + Vampire).

After reading Isekai wa Smartphone, Mushoku Tensei feels like a huge shift in tone. Although I did in fact enjoy Isekai wa Smartphone a great deal, mainly to see what kind of kingdom the MC would build and whether it will actually go through with this harem, till the very end. But I do get what you mean, when you said there's no real sense of danger or purpose, which is part of why I can't get enough of Mushoku Tensei right now. It's nice to see an MC put years of effort into becoming incredibly strong, but it is not so nice that the MC is a pervert who keeps referencing shit (like his One Punch Man training regiment).

Anyway, I don't think I have any good recommendations for you, since you've probably read all the "kingdom building" light novels I can think of. Especially since I've only just gotten into the genre and I've stock-pilled on a years worth of light novels to check out like: Tsuki ga Michibiku Isekai Douchuu & Dungeon Defense. So much to choose from. ^_^
Master10K Nov 26, 2017 4:06 AM
Oooo~ Someone else who's read both Isekai wa Smartphone and Mushoku Tensei. Seems you like reading more than watching, which is quite rare.
Need_for_Steed Nov 16, 2017 11:56 PM
Yo, it's been about a year later and I might just start getting around to adding tags like you suggested. The amount of anime you've seen is pretty intimidating I gotta say; I wish I could compare but my attention is split by too many different media!

I've also been inspired to actually make more liberal use of lower ratings. I remember this one time in high school English class when we passed around a sample essay and were told to grade it as if we were official graders. I was the only one who not only nailed it at a 3/10 (the score it actually got IRL), but was also the only one willing to dip below a passing score. If that's any sign of actually being able to have a discerning judgment then I gotta use it right?
caio_brb Oct 16, 2017 6:00 PM
Ao no Flag isn't a Shoujo manga, man.
StormVanguard Oct 2, 2017 4:57 AM
I've never understood how people who suddenly die on Earth can go and face monsters in an alien world immediately upon reaching there.

Muv-Luv has a unique twist on this i would recommend reading the visual novel trilogy, there is anime adaptations unfortunately none of the side stories capture what makes the original great. The only other series i have seen masterfully handle genre/mood shifts is Gintama.
And believe me i have looked everywhere for a similar experience as the two mentioned.
I would recommend the manga's but the only good adaptation is Alternative and it's just not the same.

It is certainly not comparable to Gintama.
Oh I had no doubt but in terms of writing Gintama is highly misleading even as it slowly reveals itself episodes 30+ it's not until the Benizakura arc we actually get a real taste.
I was more making my comparison to this and how it may be hiding in plain sight before it leaps out at us, personally this sounds like just that.

Shifting from a fantasy harem to mecha and an other worldly threat rather than just briefly introducing mecha is already plenty note worthy and unorthodox in not only Isekai but any genre. But yeah i'm not expecting anything on the levels of Gintama.
StormVanguard Oct 2, 2017 3:49 AM
If you like a Slice of Life story about a mecha, you cannot go wrong with Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou.

This actually has two ova's and i have felt compelled to read it one day, seems to be something pretty early for its time being published in 1994 i'm even more intrigued.
StormVanguard Sep 26, 2017 4:40 PM
Regarding your novel review on Smartphone. You have it down you've read 93 chapters is this true when you wrote the review?
Also as chill as this series seems every now and than i run into something with genre shifts/mood shifts the potential seems to be there with subtle hints and world building as seen at the end of the time we see a mech teased in professors lab as well as an otherworldly threat, something like that immediately makes me think of Muv-Luv or Gintama which is the "unique" approach of building a story before shit hits the fan unlike copy cats like Madoka Magica that throw in shock factor in episode 04 i'm more looking for a long ride where the unexpected happens deep in the series.

I'm also curious why the novel is labeled as sci-fi and mecha if it's just a small part of the series on raisingthedeadninja.

I am however enjoying it for what it is right now a simple slice of life which is a guilty pleasure.
thetreedude Jul 10, 2017 6:33 PM
Finally decided to procrastinate on my real work and clean up my lists as well as update them a bit.
How are life things and such? We ought to chat about them weather topics and other things we share in common.

Recently I watched Re:Zero finally and that got me out of the slump of not watching stuff. I feel like.. there were a lot of factors in play that got me to like it so much.
- I had zero to low expectations aside from people telling me the concept.
- I watched it in one sitting.
- Subaru is so interesting as a character. His mental state was driven to the limits and behaved in irrational ways up until a certain point when he started developing as a character.

I had more thoughts, but I rather not type walls. Let's talk yea?

Ah. Also..
For Tensei Shoujo no Rirekisho, did you read more of it since your review? Heard character development dips in the later chapters. Would you stand by your rating?

Geez this got long. One last thing.. Read this if you haven't.
The POV chapters are the best.

Also read Release that Witch it's my favorite novel right now.
rls_pleigh Jul 3, 2017 1:29 PM
You've an incredible mango list, man. Thanks for all the useful notes. Really, really helpful
Flyingburgerz Jan 3, 2017 12:14 PM
np happy new year to you too m9!!
DarkNote32 Nov 5, 2016 7:53 PM