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Anime Stats
Days: 263.2
Mean Score: 7.27
  • Total Entries926
  • Rewatched44
  • Episodes15,580
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Kamui no Ken
Kamui no Ken
Today, 1:40 AM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 7
Techno Police 21C
Techno Police 21C
Nov 9, 10:24 AM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 5
Gegege no Kitarou (2018)
Gegege no Kitarou (2018)
Nov 7, 11:01 PM
Watching 21/? · Scored -
Manga Stats
Days: 20.0
Mean Score: 7.39
  • Total Entries125
  • Reread0
  • Chapters3,502
  • Volumes400
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Hanma Baki
Hanma Baki
Oct 19, 2:11 PM
Reading 113/312 · Scored -
Komi-san wa, Comyushou desu.
Komi-san wa, Comyushou desu.
Oct 5, 6:29 AM
Plan to Read · Scored -
Diamond no Ace
Diamond no Ace
Mar 11, 9:38 AM
Reading 25/418 · Scored -



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AZNsensation24 Oct 24, 10:23 PM
Yokurama! How ya been man? Used to watch a ton of your reviews back when I was first getting into anime haha

Looks like you've already been watching most of the best recent anime (My Hero, Made in Abyss, Hinamatsuri to name a few) but I can do my best to recommend a few that may not be universal "masterpieces" but I found quite enjoyable. Hopefully you will find something you like :D

I'm sure you heard about this one but Classroom of the Elite is a pretty fun watch. The MC is very low energy and has this badass aura about him because of it. There is an interesting "points/currency system" with which the students are awarded based on their performance in class and doing various activities. (On Crunchyroll)

Gabriel Dropout is a pretty funny comedy where a few angels and demons go to live in the human world for reasons and random stuff happens. (On Crunchyroll)

And finally, my strongest recommendation would be to check out Saekano. This is an anime that I dropped after the first ep when it was airing because I thought it was kind of dumb but am much more open minded now. I gave it another chance years later and wish I had watched it sooner. There's this one girl in particular who I found really down to earth and adorable. The main premise of this show is the MC is a huge dating sim nerd (some Kami Nomi vibes) and he wants to create one of the best dating sims of all time! A game that can move peoples' hearts without using any crazy gimmicks (like magical powers and whatnot). And in doing so, I feel the author has created one of the best stories of all time without using any crazy gimmicks. Just a regular life story with a lot of heart. Unfortunately, Crunchyroll only has the first season but seasons 1 & 2 are on Amazon Prime. I feel season 2 is even better than 1 if you get that far :3 I don't like using Prime's player though so I watch anything not on Crunchy through a free streaming site that has good quality - There is some light ecchi every now and then but it's not the focus of the show. Nothing crazy like To Love Ru or High School DxD. Just a heads up lol

alc51893 May 20, 7:51 PM
Just working as well my friend all the damn time lol. I miss watching as much anime as I used to. Any new favs since ive been gone?
Monster May 13, 9:43 PM
Hey, I remember watching your reviews way back. Ever considered coming back to the Youtube scene?
veritasmahwa May 2, 11:31 AM
Ah a mob 100 fan, not bad
alc51893 Apr 30, 1:20 PM
Yo Its been like 8 years! Whats up man.
JUSOPP Jan 29, 9:22 PM
Disillusion Sep 12, 2017 4:35 PM
Thank you ;-)
lanblade Jul 1, 2017 10:59 AM
It doesn't, but you can make it a rule for yourself. Just the ones I mentioned were mostly 'legit official rule: no previously unseen' b/c they're so easy to complete the mods didn't want people to fill them out in like 2 seconds.
I use the club to figure out new anime to watch so even challenges where you can use previous stuff, I still try to find and watch new anime that I haven't seen yet that fills the challenge.
lanblade Jul 1, 2017 9:56 AM
I started with easy ones first.
Scum, Unrated, and Short. The anime needed for these are usually one-shot episodes under 15 minutes in length so I got a lot of 'series' done just because they were so far removed from the traditional 12 epx 25 min per ep anime.
Then I did genre exposure ones (ONA Exposure, Special Exposure, etc.) and genre types ones (Genre-Movies, Genre-Music, etc.) because I could choose one-shots for them too. I didn't need to invest in a long series or watch 3 prequel anime before it to finally see the 1 anime I needed for the challenge.
Most of these challenges are "Previously seen doesn't count" so you have to watch new stuff (b/c they're so short and hence why the challenges have a low point count) but you can easily finish some of them in a single day.

lanblade Jun 26, 2017 11:11 PM
>So you enter the challenges by just posting in the specific thread the challenge is in?
Yes, you either copy+paste the challenge requirements (eg. Historical challenge) into a post in that thread b/c the "Start date is the day you post" for any challenge. Or you can quote the 1st challenge post and delete the superfluous information like the explanation or introduction. That way you get the hyperlinks and color coding and format (eg. Gainax Challenge).
When you start a challenge by just posting in the tread the challenge is in you can immediately have a participant badge on the bottom of the 1st post.

>How do you inform them about getting your badge?
Once you complete a challenge you must turn it in at the turn in thread.
Here your challenge will be reviewed by a moderator to make sure you did it correctly and you will receive a summons to the invalid thread
if you messed up a requirement and need to fix something. They changed their system+it's slow to check so once you submit your turn-in it's totally fine for you to now take a completed badge off that 1st post/swap out your in progress badge for a completed one. It's like an "innocent till proven guilty" type of set-up.

If you have any questions about anything they have a queries thread
so you can get help or clear up confusion by regular club members as well.
lanblade Jun 26, 2017 9:41 PM
Definitely! The club has helped me a lot to clamp down on an overwhelming plan-to-watch and on-hold list. Plus it helps see something missed, like maybe you didn't hear that .hack had a new movie released and it totally slipped your radar all these years. The challenge helps see that missing item. Or even discover an item got subbed when you might have thought it was always unobtainable! I really like how they have a Bonus area for some challenges for items that are unobtainable be it unreleased or unsubbed so you still get the big picture without it being counted against you.
lanblade Jun 26, 2017 9:28 PM
They are from the Anime Watching Challenges club.
Which was inspired by the MAL Official Anime Watching Challenge
Dudu Mar 19, 2017 9:50 PM
Great. Thanks for the reply, I'm gonna give it a go sometime! Btw I hope you're doing well and that life is treating you fantastic
Dudu Mar 16, 2017 7:13 PM
Hey Yoku, I can see that you're watching Abenobashi Mahou☆Shoutengai and would love to hear your brief thoughts on it whenever you finish it. It's a show I've had interest in for a while, so it would be highly appreciated!
BakaShift Mar 10, 2017 11:18 AM
Ya, thoroughly enjoyed it. Got really interesting in the latter third.