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Anime Stats
Days: 114.8
Mean Score: 6.80
  • Total Entries455
  • Rewatched39
  • Episodes6,470
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Mushishi Zoku Shou: Suzu no Shizuku
Mushishi Zoku Shou: Suzu no Shizuku
Aug 23, 3:30 PM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 8
Mushishi Zoku Shou 2nd Season
Mushishi Zoku Shou 2nd Season
Aug 18, 2:23 PM
Completed 10/10 · Scored 10
Shingeki no Kyojin Season 3
Shingeki no Kyojin Season 3
May 17, 12:01 PM
Completed 12/12 · Scored 7
Manga Stats
Days: 11.7
Mean Score: 7.67
  • Total Entries22
  • Reread0
  • Chapters2,100
  • Volumes36
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Oct 21, 2016 2:07 PM
Completed 213/213 · Scored 8
Tsubasa: RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE
Tsubasa: RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE
May 5, 2015 6:14 AM
Completed 233/233 · Scored 8
Kaze no Tani no Nausicaä
Kaze no Tani no Nausicaä
Jul 8, 2011 1:56 AM
On-Hold 2/59 · Scored -


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Fleure Nov 17, 2016 7:22 AM
Yes, it's interesting - almost finished (will updated afterwards).
deactivated180104 Oct 31, 2016 1:03 PM
i highly recommend the daily lives of high school boys then! it's really freaking funny, if you enjoy awkward humor :D

wow, you've got a great taste in movies! good choice having winter solider as a favorite, it's one of mine too from that line. :D i love lord the rings too and sunshine! i'm always surprised whenever i meet people who like sunshine, or even watched it. from what i've experienced, it's not a very popular movie. it's movies like that where i get excited over space but at the same time realize how terrifying it is. like gravity - that movie messed me up. but at the same time, with movies like the martian, i can't help but be in awe at how brutal space is, while at the same time how habitable earth is. it's a fantastic dichotomy that i take for granted all the time, until i start giving it more thought. i agree that movies foster thoughts and perspectives you normally wouldn't consider. i'm so happy i was born in the age of cinema, hehe.

yes! hunter x hunter! i hope you love it as much as i do!
Fleure Oct 31, 2016 12:42 PM
I just downloaded Kino, so hopefully soon I can review it :).

I don't like to classify works that I adore as the best relative to one another since I love/appreciate different things about each and every one of them. Though, it's definitely in my top works in any medium, for plenty of reasons. It isn't for everyone, though. I think it's one of those shows that really does require one to suspend their conventional 'grading' and experience it with an open mind. Erin, however, is far more universal in its appeal and far more accessible both in terms of content and likability. If you enjoyed Morbito, you will love Erin.
deactivated180104 Oct 29, 2016 4:20 PM
that sounds like a fantastic anime idea :D i love slice of life animes, and it sounds like a great one! have you ever watched the daily lives of high school boys? that's probably my favorite slice of life, or at least it's the one i can think of right now! what about you, what's your favorite?

wow, that sounds so beautiful. :O it sounds like an old city too! i love traveling to different places and learning about their culture and history - i have yet to make my way to europe, though. D:
hmmm, you say you have the best beaches? well, *i* say that the philippines has the best beaches :P it's especially nice to go to them when you wanna get away from the hectic and polluted city of manila, the capital where i used to live xD
oh, interesting! i guess leaf color depends on the species! we have a lot of maple trees here so they turn anywhere from red to yellow; our oaks turn into a dark brown but i think when people think of "fall colors" they think of maple leaves. they change really early in the season!

ooh, what's your favorite movie? i don't watch too many movies aside from ones that look interesting, unlike my dad who will pick anything off of the shelf and watch it! do you watch marvel movies or star trek? those are my favorites to watch! similar to astrophysics, i enjoy astronomy! i don't really like physics much, but i love concepts about our galaxy, our planets, and space in general! hence why star trek is one of my favorite franchises to watch, hehe. i also really enjoy learning about mythology and the world's different religions and cultures. i love history, especially war history, but my greatest interest would have to be asian history! i also like learning about early human history and agricultural sustainability - i'm basically all over the map as well! :D
Ston3_FreeN7 Oct 29, 2016 1:02 AM
WRPG's. Neverwinter Nights 2, right now. Basically going through DnD games.

Well, I obviously think you can't go wrong with HxH.

Sorry for the late reply, I haven't been on my profile in a little while.
deactivated180104 Oct 28, 2016 8:51 AM
oh no, the cowboy hat! i'm not from the south, so if you were to stereotype me in what i wear, it would be sweaters and fashion boots. i live closer to the north, where i believe we have similar seasons as you!
it's actually really interesting, the culture of the south is very different from the culture of the north. everything from cuisine to political alignment - it's very different. i think the difference is most striking between the states east of the mississippi river, if you can picture it.

i personally have never been to china (although many of my friends have, since they were born there), but i have no desire to live, visit, or even transit their airport there. i've got a lot of beef with mainland china, as do many asian americans, interestingly enough. i think the closest i'll go to china is vietnam and thailand (which are the two countries i want to travel to next).

do you live in a busy part of portugal? what are the beaches like there? are the leaves of your trees turning colors yet? the leaves here are all sorts of colors now, most of them are yellow. :D

oh my goodness, you sound like a well-rounded person. it's hard to find people who will discuss anything and everything to a depth i like! what types of things are you most interested in besides environmental issues?
Fleure Oct 28, 2016 8:27 AM
I have watched Kino. I really want to review that series but I will probably wait until I re-watch it, since it has been a while. It is truly a wonderful work. I hope to appreciate it as much, if not even more, this time around.

I don't think it really matters, to be honest. I know Rose of Versailles had a considerable influence on the genre/medium itself, and Dezai's work/direction influenced Ikuhara to some extent. There are certainly some parallels to be had, here and there, but in terms of it being significant enough to matter - I'd say not. Both are truly fantastic series and to me, you can't really go wrong with either. I guess, I'd just ask what you're in the mood for since both series do achieve very different things.
deactivated180104 Oct 27, 2016 12:20 PM
ah i see, the social aspect is what throws you off. i agree, i don't think i'll be a good match for the working and school life there. i don't feel like there's much fluidity in their education, as in you can't take as many extracurriculars in high school (where you can here in america). also, their working life - it's applauded to work over 40 hours a week, which is the norm here in the usa. i was talking to a friend of mine who studied in japan for some time. she said that they would start their working days at 8am (like many working days), but end at around 7pm. but that's not the most interesting part. she said that they would take an hour or so for dinner as a break, come back and work for another half an hour before going home. it's a little unheard of here! there were studies that show their productivity is not any more than if they ended their work when they go to dinner. different, eh?

interestingly enough, i studied the perceptions of the environment for the past, present, and future of japanese culture. a lot of people have a notion that the people of japan and the east in general have this inept love for nature, as seen with their manicured gardens and naturalistic design in their cities. however, japan's environmental past, i believe, is no less cleaner than that of the west's. for example, their copper mining industry, although launching the country into their industriali revolution, pollution countless of acres of forest area and river ways, something that isn't discussed much in our history classes. their manicured gardens as well tells that story; they may seem "one" with nature, but how "natural" are their gardens, which are manicured to look acceptable to us? nature isn't neatly trimmed and manicured like you see in these gardens, you know?
anyway, that's what i studied during my 3 weeks there. xD i won't bore you with any more philosophical undertakings, but i would love to talk about it if it interests you, haha.

oh that's fine! my father likes to watch movies like that too, but i can't take the special effects seriously so i tend to avoid them. i do enjoy jacki chan though, he's hilarious, lol. i'm actually filipino-chinese, so i was born in the philippines to chinese parents! i can talk your ear off about that if you want to hear about it. xD
where are you from, david? i like connecting with people from different cultural backgrounds too!

i'm studying environmental sciences currently. :) although my interests are far and reaching....i changed my area of study twice before settling on my current field.

sorry for the lengthy message! i just got to usual. xD
Fleure Oct 27, 2016 8:01 AM
Hi, sorry for the late response. Thank you very much for your comment. I'm really glad to know that even fans of the show can look beyond their walls and appreciate a different perspective (it is a very, very rare trait indeed - so pat yourself on the back ;D). I hope you continue reading whatever random reviews I throw out and feel free to pursue a discussion with me about whatever.

Thanks again!
deactivated180104 Oct 26, 2016 7:51 PM
omg i was trying to pronounce that for the longest time...david is much easier definitely xD

ah okay, i've been looking for something like that to watch :D i've been in a slice of life/comedy mood lately, and it sounds like a good fit. :D there are so many animes i want to watch, so little's kind of stressing me out actually. how sad is that LOL

oh really? why is that?
i can understand that though; i'm chinese and some of our cultural aspects are very similar but the most important thing is to show respect to their culture during your time there, you know? it was hard for many of my classmates, and sometimes we'd do things unintentionally that are rude. for example, in their culture, eating and walking is frowned upon, and that was so hard for me. i kept on doing it without thinking because i'm so used to it!

and if you're an anime fan, it's a great place to go. i bought so much stuff from there...enough to fill like, a suitcase full of just merchandise. .__.
deactivated180104 Oct 26, 2016 6:12 PM
tell me how hxh is once you start it! :D

oh wow, gintama sounds like a ton of fun! i remembered watching the first episode and being completely confused so i stopped, but i really want to give it a try now. :D do you think it's an anime where i can watch it whenever i have free time, without needing to be invested in the over arching plot? i mean, i can watch it in a relaxed way, instead of having to be completely invested? if that make sense...heh.

yes, i did go to japan! i studied there for 3 weeks, it was so much fun. it was the best experience i've ever had, actually!

also, i never introduced myself. i'm thea, nice to meet you! :D
deactivated180104 Oct 25, 2016 10:15 AM
i can see why people might not like that arc, it's really long and it gets dragging :P but there's a somewhat of a large build up to it, so i felt like i couldn't judge this anime without watching this arc. and after this arc, the last arc was only 12 episodes so i just thought i should just finish it, haha.

ahhh, i just saw you watch an episode of gintama, hehe. when i went to japan this may, there was SO MUCH gintama stuff everywhere, and my friend even went to the gintama cafe, but i never really gave it a chance. well, i watched one episode but i didn't think i was in the mood for it so i didn't continue. i will definitely give it a shot whenever i get more time though! what is it a parody of exactly?

speaking of parody, have you seen one punch man? :D
deactivated180104 Oct 24, 2016 7:34 PM
the chimera ant arc is the arc that i think hxh is famous for, because it's just so...well done. it starts off a little slow, but there's so much character development and surprises in terms of character behaviour! it's very good, i would tackle hxh first (but i haven't watched the other one you mentioned so i may be a little biased, haha).

....omg episode 500? i got impatient in fma, which has far less episodes than 500...
maybe one day. ONE DAY.

have you ever watched gintama? i heard good things about it but i never tried it out.
deactivated180104 Oct 24, 2016 5:16 PM
good luck! i'm sure you'll do great :D how long would this contract be for?

omg yes, hxh is amazing! it takes a lot of time to watch, but it has one of the best arcs i have ever seen!

one day, i think i'll try to tackle one piece. that's my ultimate goal, haha! maybe when it's done :O
Ston3_FreeN7 Oct 23, 2016 3:29 PM
Not really, been playing a lot of older PC games. I watch Jojo but that's about it. I'll probably pick something up at some point, though.