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Days: 89.8
Mean Score: 0.00
  • Total Entries428
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  • Episodes5,184
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Royal Memories
Royal Memories
Nov 23, 8:31 AM
Completed 1/1 · Scored -
Count Down
Count Down
Nov 23, 8:24 AM
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Time on the Planet
Time on the Planet
Nov 23, 8:22 AM
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Days: 12.3
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  • Total Entries89
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  • Chapters1,967
  • Volumes246
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Aruku Hito
Aruku Hito
Jul 6, 10:16 AM
Completed 18/18 · Scored -
Kuragehime
Kuragehime
Jul 2, 2018 2:23 PM
Reading 17/93 · Scored -
Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou
Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou
Mar 10, 2018 5:18 AM
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literaturenerd Nov 6, 3:32 PM
Also how are things in Egypt? I've heard it's very chaotic there recently. I hope you and you're family are doing well and staying safe!
literaturenerd Nov 6, 3:27 PM
So how did you enjoy Robot Carnival? It's hard to imagine now that such a movie was greenlit. 8 different directors are each given a massive budget and told to make their own movies with the only restriction being that it must somehow involve robots. The film lost WELL over 10 million US dollars and Japan didn't even care. It's the 80s, so the Japanese economy is invincible and will grow at 8% forever. Also, every dumpster located somewhere in Japan will have a real estate value of a mansion in America. Now directors are lucky if they get to helm something that isn't an isekai based on a highly popular LN or VN.

I love that one of the rookie directors they chose was Yasuomi Umetsu. That guy later went on to found Studio ARMS, direct awful hentai, and work as the key animator on such critically beloved series as Elfen Lied. At least he somehow restrained himself and didn't have tons of ketchup blood in his film. He directed the one about the British scientist and the Gynoid he smashed to pieces.
literaturenerd Nov 6, 10:25 AM
I watched the first one. Now I'm going to watch them in chronological order.
CRIMEWIRE Nov 4, 3:40 PM
Sorry I haven't been online here for about two weeks, my computer was under construction as I was reinstalling it as well as other things. I've been ok. Truth be told I went off the site since it was starting to get bothersome and as much as I tried outside of this website I couldn't get far without being reprimanded or scolded based on my anime tastes, as you can see with recent comments on my profile. But it doesn't seem like you've watched much anime lately either, so what keeps you active here? Since I don't see many forum posts from you
CRIMEWIRE Oct 20, 2:55 PM
Hi, do you remember me? This used to be my old profile
literaturenerd Sep 27, 4:29 PM
Visually it is a beautiful series. There really isn't another anime that looks quite like it. Today, I think Madhouse would be worried about the financial risk on such an experimental project.
literaturenerd Sep 12, 4:02 PM
I can't believe Penguin Drum was him being restrained.
literaturenerd Sep 12, 12:34 PM
I didn't go in blind though. I had background knowledge of the series beforehand.
MarQ Jun 4, 5:44 PM
MD Geist is a must-watch in that case

Makai Tenshou would probably also meet the criteria
MarQ Jun 3, 3:42 PM
Enjoyed it quite a bit. Some of the design choices would normally be a bit too grotesque(?) for my usual preference, but I think it added to its insanity, which I think was the OVA's charm I guess
Keten Apr 29, 4:35 AM
Thank you. I'm surviving, doing alright. How are you?
MizunoWaveRider Apr 27, 10:38 AM
Ok lol
Has your job situation improved since the last time we talked?
MizunoWaveRider Apr 26, 3:22 PM
I'm good thanks for asking. How are you?
literaturenerd Feb 24, 4:50 PM
Thanks!
Gluzin Dec 9, 2018 5:14 PM
Thank you! :D