YoungVagabond's Profile

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Anime Stats
Days: 42.4
Mean Score: 5.61
  • Total Entries204
  • Rewatched0
  • Episodes2,734
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Bikini Warriors Special
Bikini Warriors Special
Mar 12, 2016 1:28 AM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 3
Bikini Warriors
Bikini Warriors
Mar 12, 2016 1:28 AM
Completed 12/12 · Scored 6
Berserk: Ougon Jidai-hen I - Haou no Tamago
Berserk: Ougon Jidai-hen I - Haou no Tamago
Nov 6, 2015 10:14 PM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 5
Manga Stats
Days: 39.7
Mean Score: 5.49
  • Total Entries485
  • Reread0
  • Chapters5,090
  • Volumes793
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Detroit Metal City
Detroit Metal City
Jul 24, 8:11 PM
Completed 113/113 · Scored 9
Ito Junji no Neko Nikki: Yon & Mu
Ito Junji no Neko Nikki: Yon & Mu
Sep 20, 2015 4:47 AM
Completed 10/10 · Scored 7
Astro
Astro
Sep 20, 2015 3:39 AM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 2

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abystoma2 Sep 3, 11:00 AM


Thanks Satan.
Aiyuttos Jul 10, 6:18 PM
I like reviews especially your review on school days
bravebbr Jun 21, 1:41 AM
i just read your review on "Grave of the Fireflies"...
I wont say much but only this:
It was Accurate AF... I can't agree with your statements anymore.. LOL
Seita was a bloody useless piece of crap who instead of doing something to save his and her sister's life, he went on playing together and stealing stuff...
there was no event in the whole movie where he ask someone to give him some work so he can get some food as a return but no... he was determined to starve and make her sister starve too..
the alternate ending could have been that when the farmer takes him to the police station, the police guy put him into jail forever and they both die afterwards... that could have been better to accept this bull shit that way

sorry i said so much xD
TheKillerAngel Mar 26, 1:47 PM
While Sangatsu no Lion does have some very Shogi-heavy parts that are probably incomprehensible to anyone who doesn't play the game, the show employs visual metaphors to communicate the player's states of mind and their strategic postures on the board. I thought it was a very solid show, among the best of the 2016-2017 offering. Some people may not like the shifts between comedy and drama, a bit similar to Your Lie in April. Quoting Veronin, who wrote a review of the show, "Sangatsu no Lion is at its surface an anime about shogi, but at its core a coming-of-age story of overcoming depression."
spiderjerusalem Mar 22, 12:20 AM
Yeah, the site has been having problems, our admin is currently going through a reboot process. If you just go to the default link it goes to an ad instead. For now, this link should work for you http://www.fanoff.com/shows/gen/

Claymation is fantastic, but come to think of it we haven't covered much on the podcast. The most recent claymation film (or at least claymation style) we did was Aardman's Pirates, but I have been meaning to cover Moral Orel, which is one of my all time favorite tv shows.

I've found myself getting more of an appreciation for older cinema over time, and less so for newer films. That's not to say all new cinema is bad. I recently watched Logan which was fantastic, and I was very happy to see that this year's Best Picture winner was quite prominently filmed in my hometown of Miami!
spiderjerusalem Mar 18, 8:20 AM
I've been alright I guess. Not doing too great economically, but I have my friends and that's enough to keep me happy.

I've actually got a regular podcast I'm doing on animation as a whole, we cover a different series/movie every week, not just anime. As a result I'm probably watching more anime now than I did in the past. As such I've found some real good stuff over time (Ergo Proxy, Mob Psycho 100, Hunter X Hunter, Baccano) as well as finding a new appreciation for older series and getting around to finishing shows I fell off on.

I've also become more of a cinephile over time. For instance, I recently discovered Tarkovsky's works and Stalker is now one of my favorite films.
Raging_Berserker Mar 18, 8:11 AM
It's alright. Why the long absence though? C'mon, you should visit more often. Or are you that busy with real life matters?

Good to hear you've been okay. Man, for me, I've been beasting mangas like pussy yo. I really can't say the same for anime. Are you current with games?
Raging_Berserker Mar 18, 4:56 AM
No problem man, how are you? Sure took your time replying though. Not regular on MAL, are we?
Tehqo Feb 21, 3:18 PM
very nice reviews friend.
diima Feb 6, 9:29 AM
I really liked your review on school days, haha! you saved me time.
spiderjerusalem Jan 8, 4:42 PM
It's been a while, how have you been my friend? Anything catch your eye lately?
Raging_Berserker Nov 30, 2016 3:46 AM
Yo! You are a funny one my friend. A very funny one indeed. Just read your Street Fighter IV movie review haha. Your imagination sure runs wild.
Karma-Senpai Nov 15, 2016 1:50 PM
Completely agree with your review on Grave of the Fireflies. It was a depressing movie but didn't really move me to tears mainly due to the fact that everything could've been avoided if Seita put aside his dumb pride.
Rievlyne Oct 23, 2016 3:43 AM
Are you from Brazil ?..... OK. let's to the point. Are you that UFC fighter ?
TheKillerAngel Oct 22, 2016 2:41 PM
Returning to an earlier discussion about chess and anime, do you think the anime adaptation of Sangatsu no Lion, which is about a professional Shogi player, meets the standard you have for an anime being about a board game?