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Anime Stats
Days: 157.0
Mean Score: 5.51
  • Total Entries889
  • Rewatched21
  • Episodes9,208
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Nomad: Megalo Box 2
Nomad: Megalo Box 2
Oct 16, 2:06 PM
Plan to Watch · Scored -
86 Part 2
86 Part 2
Oct 16, 10:07 AM
Watching 3/12 · Scored -
Yami to Boushi to Hon no Tabibito
Yami to Boushi to Hon no Tabibito
Oct 13, 10:20 PM
Completed 13/13 · Scored 3
Manga Stats
Days: 4.9
Mean Score: 7.50
  • Total Entries35
  • Reread0
  • Chapters587
  • Volumes65
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Shangri-La Frontier: Kusoge Hunter, Kamige ni Idoman to su
Shangri-La Frontier: Kusoge Hunter, Kamige ni Idoman to su
Aug 27, 6:38 AM
Plan to Read · Scored -
Tongari Boushi no Atelier
Tongari Boushi no Atelier
Aug 14, 1:56 PM
Reading 17/? · Scored -
Katekyo Hitman Reborn!
Katekyo Hitman Reborn!
Jun 3, 7:08 AM
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Grex11 Yesterday, 11:14 AM
Sorry for the especially delayed response; among other things, there was a family trip to Los Angeles thrown in there that left me without my usual internet access.

I don't disagree with your overall thoughts on Sonny Boy. I enjoyed watching it thanks to its sheer originality and creativity, but it was just too loose and unfocused for me to properly love. I'm always glad when things like it exist though; it reminds me that the industry still allows weird artsy projects from prominent directors even in this day and age.

And I have no real comment to give on Peach Boy Riverside haha, aside from wondering why you bothered to watch it?

"Star Wars Visions comes out tomorrow"
lol, I didn't realize how late I was in responding until I saw this line. I found Visions reasonably enjoyable. Though I'd probably only actively recommend it to Star Wars fans, most of the shorts looked good and were entertaining. My favorite was probably Lop and Ocho, followed by The Ninth Jedi.

"There's a lot of passion and dedicated effort in its plot construction and characterization that I don't see in a lot of anime isekai"
Not exactly a low bar, but I see what you mean. I don't think I have much interest in returning to Rick & Morty anytime soon, but Owl House is definitely on my radar.

Speaking of western animation, have you seen the title sequence for the upcoming Critical Role series?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3eRRwcTdhtE

Also, what a week this has been. Sora in Smash yesterday, then Mob Psycho 3 today!
swyr150101 Oct 10, 12:20 PM
Did you play Zelda: Breath of the Wild?

If so, I want to know your opinion.
aoc445 Oct 9, 10:38 AM
I really ought to revisit Geass sometime soon. Maybe I’ll go the movie route this time. Those Lelouch x C.C. scenes sound appealing.

“Oof. It's difficult to nail a second season, but it can really work when done right.”
Yeah, and unfortunately I can add My Next Life As A Villainess to that list. It’s not bad; it just feels a little superfluous.

“On the note of TRIGGER though, they’re making two shorts in that upcoming Star Wars Visions compilation, which could be a really cool anthology series.”
I see you enjoyed Star Wars Visions. I’d watch it myself, but I don’t have a Disney+ subscription.

I liked your Sonny Boy review! The idea of a bunch of kids getting superpowers and not immediately having to fight each other in a battle royale scenario (there have been a bunch of those lately), but letting their characters and relationships develop naturally, is appealing to me. It’s like Lord of the Flies or Infinite Ryvius. But whether that development is executed well is another matter. I’ll let you know what I think!
ShuunIchikawa Oct 2, 1:24 PM
I've read your Sonny Boy review. It was really good and it actually helped me to organise some thoughts about this show. Keep up the good work!
AdolZeppeli Oct 1, 8:48 AM
That's pretty nice, I +1 your Peach boy one and Sonny boy... well, glad it seems like I didn't miss anything particularly significant.
G1llette Sep 30, 11:32 PM
Really nice Sonny Boy review, it was good to see someone point out many of the major flaws when all the other reviews are about how great it is.
RebelPanda Sep 30, 10:08 AM
Updooted, gonna read it now.
Ryuseishun Sep 29, 7:02 AM
Forgot to show this to you. Haven’t posted this on AL yet, tbh.
I know you might disagree with it, but I saw that your thoughts on Idaten were mixed, hence why I thought I should share it.

https://myanimelist.net/reviews.php?id=418879
Lythelus Sep 22, 9:12 PM
Cheers mate

nah I won't be watching it at all lmao
Grex11 Sep 21, 10:43 AM
I had a great time with GAA! I haven't played an Ace Attorney game in years, but the series maintains its remarkable consistency. Highly recommended, along with all the rest (I forget which if any you've played).

I heard some odd stuff about the Sonic Colors Ultimate port, but I wasn't sure if it was just the Switch version or the entire release that had problems. That's a shame to hear.

This season was a mixed bag (and the next one doesn't look much better). Kageki Shoujo has been one of my favorites, which was a pleasant surprise when I almost didn't even check it out. Aquatone's been a very solid rendition of that kind of slice-of-life show imo, with a little more drama and focus than the norm. I really wanted to love Sonny Boy and it's certainly very original, but it's so disjointed with its disregard for real plot and each episode feeling so different that I'm unable to. Tokyo Revengers is bad; I can't point to anything I particularly liked.

Otherwise, Vanitas was decent, but considering how mixed I was on Pandora Hearts, I don't expect I'll ever fall in love with the series. Slime is what it is. Maid Dragon's been as solid as the first season, from what I've seen (been watching it with my girlfriend so can't keep up with it as easily). I didn't check out Idaten but heard a little positive buzz, not doing much for you?

Thanks for the updates. I haven't seen any of Owl House and fell off Rick & Morty after Season 3. I wouldn't say I'm actively disinterested in either, though.
DazeLovesAnime Sep 21, 2:27 AM
GOAT ALICIZATION REVIEW!
RivkaKaname Sep 13, 9:35 AM
Hi, it's nice to meet u, I am from India and u can call me Rivka.
Sorry for replying late, my online class started soon after u messaged me. Hope u don't mind
RivkaKaname Sep 13, 9:04 AM
I am really sorry, I didn't know
lillhium17 Sep 9, 5:10 AM
I heard a lot of talk about how messed up the final boss is lol. But I could get through the hellhole that was Drakengard 1, so I think I can do this no problem.

Have you played the first Nier? If you haven't I highly recommend it, especially now that there is an improved version.
lillhium17 Sep 8, 6:59 PM
Yeah, I haven't been watching much lately, though a couple of months ago I rewatched Berserk with some friends who had never seen it and they really liked it. Since then I've been reading the manga and enjoying my time with it, though it's been some weeks since I last read a chapter.

I've been playing a lot of games lately, since I built a modest gaming PC. The thing I've been really getting into lately is Yoko Taro games, I wanted to play them since 2017 and now I finally can, so yay. I wanted to start with og Nier, but it was ridiculously expensive where I live. I wasn't sure if I could properly emulate it, so I played Automata first. While I quite enjoyed the experience, something didn't quite click with me, something that could make this game go from great to amazing. So I played the original Nier (the 2010 one, I started playing it literally days before Replicant released on PC lol) and after completing it, the peaces of the puzzle started to click and yeah, Automata is a masterpiece. First Nier is pretty amazing too. The problem is, if you pay close attention in Automata, you can get spoiled the fuck out of the first Nier, and thematically it makes much more sense to play Replicant first, so now I'm trying to convince all my friends to play them that way lol.

Then I played through Drakengard and man, that was painful. Absolute terrible gameplay and the story has some great ideas, but I can't say they're as well executed as Taro's future releases. The endings though, are amazing, especially D and E. Almost make the rest of the game worth it. Almost.

Right now I'm playing through Drakengard 3 and it's pretty good so far, despite the godawful performance on the original hardware. Just started it, so I can't comment much on it yet.