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Anime Stats
Days: 80.4
Mean Score: 5.44
  • Total Entries664
  • Rewatched5
  • Episodes4,832
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Sayonara no Asa ni Yakusoku no Hana wo Kazarou
Sayonara no Asa ni Yakusoku no Hana wo Kazarou
Mar 2, 3:56 AM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 6
Zettai Shounen
Zettai Shounen
Oct 6, 2018 3:56 PM
Watching -/26 · Scored -
Asagao to Kase-san.
Asagao to Kase-san.
Sep 2, 2018 12:25 AM
Watching -/1 · Scored -
Manga Stats
Days: 13.0
Mean Score: 5.26
  • Total Entries128
  • Reread0
  • Chapters2,346
  • Volumes160
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Akuma to Love Song
Akuma to Love Song
Sep 3, 2018 10:37 AM
Reading -/91 · Scored -
Sunadokei
Sunadokei
Sep 3, 2018 10:37 AM
Reading -/21 · Scored -
Gekiga Hyouryuu
Gekiga Hyouryuu
Sep 1, 2018 7:08 AM
Reading -/48 · Scored -

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In2TheBlu Dec 29, 2018 1:08 PM
Happy New Year buddy!
PGit Sep 11, 2018 2:32 PM
Tsukune who is always standing up against injustice and putting himself in unnecessary danger... Look you fucking idiot, just call in your overpowered friend and have her deal with it for you,

That was brilliant and pretty much summed up my own thoughts on the guy. He doesn't appear to figure out that by the very fact they are super humanly strong monsters the girls are far more capable than he is. There are those who argue that he was smarter in the manga, if he were smarter he would have left. I think either he has a death wish or he is fucking idiot.
SnowyNix Aug 12, 2018 2:49 AM
Eh, point taken, but I don't see why wholesome character tragedy and victim of circumstance have to necessarily be mutually exclusive. Also, Angra Mainyu is more or less just a codename for the Grail's malice. At least in this context, anyway.
SnowyNix Aug 12, 2018 12:20 AM
thoughts on fate/zero?
Jack100HP Apr 7, 2018 8:13 AM
>texhnolyze

sta je ovo?
Seppiroth32 Feb 14, 2018 5:32 AM
Well, it's not a bad show in particular, has some faults here and there, but it isn't edge, so when in the mood for something a bit less edgy and more fluff, go for it. Just don't except the second coming of christ.
Seppiroth32 Feb 14, 2018 4:39 AM
What made you even consider going for Nodame? I haven't seen that in a long time, curious what made you watch it in the first place.
Otaking09 Jan 31, 2018 9:48 PM
Freaking spantastic brah (spectacular + fantastic)! Just got home a little while ago actually. I popped on every once in a while to adjust Mono 2nd season, but the long and short story was that we were doing some procrastination errands that we off-loaded until the very last minute (returning some Christmas gifts, light spring cleaning, meal shopping/prepping, etc). It took most of the weekend away. I apologize for the not clarifying deets with ya sooner but you were having your exams and, well, I had shit to do too. I'll try to message you tomorrow when I'm at work, but first days back are generally temperamental so no promises.

Otaking09: No promises ever! lol
Otaking09 Jan 30, 2018 3:08 PM
Good luck, let me know what happened.
Kudo Jan 18, 2018 7:26 AM
good Godzilla review, I hated every part of this movie^^.
Chris_Pham Jan 18, 2018 2:24 AM
Thanks for the anime!
In2TheBlu Dec 24, 2017 1:25 PM
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

Otaking09 Dec 18, 2017 2:10 AM
There's many facets to the movie; at first, you are geared to see Alex as nothing more than a vicious menace, it isn't until his crime that you start to see the many factors that could've contributed to his apathy.

Considering just how soulless and heartless any real means of therapy and rehab is in that future, it's fascinating to discover how he's just a product of his time not a mere outlyer. There were genuine moments where seeing him writhe against his brainwashing was disheartening in its audacity. Him being cured, is just icing on the cake. Icky-fueled disciplines only further the moral decay.
I think that made it be its own form of poignancy; we were so initially shocked about this future, only to realize that its society's own way of coping with it doesn't even seem that unlikely.
No doubt do I feel the movie played a part in being an inspiration to countless dystopians.
Otaking09 Oct 22, 2017 4:59 PM
1st Waifu eh? Bout time. Only makes sense Yoko would be the guy to make her XD. It's funny you say that, because if there were a version of Texhnolyze that did include fluctuating but never dominating levity, it would be Yoko who could pull it off nimbly. What always impresses me about the guy just as a writer isn't that he doesn't abolish a nihilistic world that Urobutchi himself would gleefully replicate himself, it's that he always leaves room for the "choice", the option to deny it and leave room for the audience to know that dooming our perspective to familiar banality is the greatest threat of all.

Another interesting outlook, and probably his most significant contribution to the unique landscape of his sci-fi world. Nier 1 was mostly about raw disconnect (in that, as you play, you are becoming more and more and MORE aware that this world you are fighting for probably was not meant for you. By the time you realize it, the ending you wanted reflected your decision to interpret the truth). But Automata basically repeats the process again (which doubly works for thematic purposes) and THEN lets you play the game more to unearth the interpretation instead of just ending. Again, the more money he has to work with, the better.

So it was meh. Well, meh is always better shared with others. Junk food is more healthy if it's split across. lol
My best advice for him regarding Evangelion or any other high-minded romp is to let him breathe into it, address his worries but don't do it at the cost of ruining the experience (no hyping promises that it will get better, for instance). If he does not have the curiosity to make sense of it or to see what the end goal is on his own, then that will rob him of most of its pleasures. Since he seems to acknowledge technical fidelity, I'm guessing he will be alright.

As for me, I finished up the first anime series of Fairy Tail. As you can see, my score has bumped to a generous 6. There were many times I wanted to drop this sunuva bitch, let me tell you what... but at the same time, as I dove into this arc again, I was re-reminded of what this thing stands for in its genre = a swan song.
We simply are not getting enough raw, pure adventurous shonen anime/manga anymore. Be it FMA's success back when it ended, Attack on Titan's brutal consequences, Urobutchi's poisoning of melodrama, but the point is that anything that could be spirited, breezy and "fun" (keyword here) is anchored with cloying cynicism that does nothing in its favor. I love me some Texh, and Yoko, but they were driven and realized.
And while yes, I know there's some exceptions to the rule, the fact of the matter is that Fairy Tail never stooped to trying to be anything more than the cheeky genre-savvy love letter it knows it is.

That and I am chipping away at more One Piece with my sis; Part 3 (The 52 ep of Sky Island) was NOT as great as Snob made it up to be (I managed to talk to him on Skype a couple months back and he admitted that he gave it a pass mostly because of the villain and the anticipation leading up to the setting). The villain ends up saving the whole thing with his sheer cartoony belligerent arrogance and Toei's commitment to showing off his insanity ranks up tension fast, but the middle episodes... when they're BS-ing around fumbling in the middle of native struggles and henchman endurance - Oda makes it painfully clear that he used this as a buffer to plan things out more. 9 more episodes of this, and then...... sigh, Part 4 - 110 episodes..... Good lord I need help.
Otaking09 Oct 21, 2017 8:14 PM
Such is the Taro way; it is the same as Drakengard, Nier 1, and Drakengard 3. You could say that his method is to strip away any real pretense of providing typical video-gamey motivation to what is essentially, boiled down to it, violence. Based on his deliberately contrarian personality, and his own narrative development style of writing the ending (his ultimate opinion about stories) first and going backwards, he invites players, if not outright daring them, to auto-battle against his methodology. Sadly, the very fact his prior works have always been underfunded and thus, always lacking in the presentation department, stymied his efforts to engage his audience on a pure mechanical level. Thus, before Automata, they were always cherished as curios for those earnest enough to muscle through them.
Now that everyone clearly sees that money only enhances his visions, doubtless nothing will hold him back now. I do sorta recommend you trying Drakengard 3; it's not nearly as thematically layered as Automata, but it offers another serio-comical tragedy epic that only he can provide. Very happy you ultimately walked away from Automata as you did.