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Anime Stats
Days: 43.2
Mean Score: 5.70
  • Total Entries211
  • Rewatched0
  • Episodes2,779
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Jun 20, 12:37 PM
Watching 22/26 · Scored 9
Onboro Film
Onboro Film
May 24, 2020 1:49 PM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 7
One Punch Man: Road to Hero
One Punch Man: Road to Hero
Apr 18, 2020 11:18 PM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 7
Manga Stats
Days: 42.0
Mean Score: 5.50
  • Total Entries489
  • Reread0
  • Chapters5,279
  • Volumes810
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Jun 8, 11:15 PM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 6
E no Genten
E no Genten
Jun 5, 2:46 AM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 4
Dungeon Meshi
Dungeon Meshi
May 21, 2018 6:13 AM
Plan to Read · Scored -


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Igzeivy Jul 24, 2:53 PM
I was wondering why you prefered FMA 2003 more than 2009.
King12_6 Jul 16, 2:54 AM
Your School days review is a masterpiece.
JuuchiYosamu Jun 22, 8:05 PM
I see.
The demographics seem to suggest there could be a shift in the kind of animation we see from Korea as well as Japan in the near future.
Thanks for this intriguing information. We often overlook external factors which can profoundly affect the anime industry so it was nice to know this and get a wider sense of the real picture.
JuuchiYosamu Jun 22, 4:13 AM
Korean animation has been a relatively quiet industry for the longest time. While they have been producing animation since the 60's, it is only as recent as 2011 that they have been able to make animation that was successful enough to make back the production money!
In the 70's, it was cheaper to license japanese animation than to create one's own, so korean animation never truly flourished then. Lots of works were straight up ripoffs of japanese shows like mazinger z and gundam. Animation remained very crude in korea, as a result.
Then there was this guy who saw how big the international animation industry was, and so he started a company in korea that worked on shows like Batman and GI JOE, there's a lot more, but yeah.
All this while the webtoon+manhwa popularity has been surging, so it might just be the time when we see korean animation becoming popular. At the same time, these manhwas are being adapted by Japanese studios, so it is still clear as day how much more popular and in demand japanese animation is in comparison.
JuuchiYosamu Jun 21, 10:26 PM
Well, I was actually researching about korean animation, that's where I stumbled upon Golden Bat :>
JuuchiYosamu Jun 20, 10:54 PM
Yes. I have indeed watched a few videos of his.
What makes you think that, by the way?
JuuchiYosamu Jun 15, 7:48 PM
That's great!! And I've read Bastard too, It's pretty good.
I'll try Oyaji and Zetman!

Also, I picked up Tokidoki from your list, it was good. Not too shabby. But it does borrow a lot from other similar series.
JuuchiYosamu Jun 15, 1:52 AM
It's nice to see you've been reading some manga now.
motakez May 30, 1:03 AM
k boomer
user23456 May 17, 5:36 AM
about the grave of the fireflies one, 'Well, because occasionally she makes insensitive comments about how Seita plays all day with his sister and eats her food, instead of going to school or working. And you know what? She's absolutely correct!'. did made sense except, he is a *kid* instead of being salty about the matter she could have told him where he can find *work* or provided him with some sort of work . he is a mature kid and would have understood that immediately , but instead she just kept being salty , why ,coz she didnt liked them a bit, didnt cared about them . only reason they were even there was because of the resources they brought with them. and he is still a kid , someone needed to show him path the right one. she never stopped them when they were leaving knowing they are just *kids* , she didnt cared.
Jayki May 10, 11:44 AM
Amazing grave of the fireflies review! Pretty much changed my entire perspective of the movie.
lullabymahjong Apr 24, 4:28 PM
Your School Days review is so legendary that it deserves to hang in a gallery. Absolutely my favorite review on this website.
XxAlucard_Xx Feb 26, 5:27 PM
PengMaeda Feb 7, 1:58 AM
Thats a pretty weird mindset. Why would you put yourself through watching things that are actual good? Why not be like me and watch as much shit as humanly possible? I've been on the binge for many moons, and let me tell you, I have seen at least 70 TV anime seasons within those moons the past half year, not even including all the OVA's and Specials and even Movies I guess too, and I have seen a lot of shit in all those hours. And I push onward, you know why? Cuz Im Drunk. Drunk off a LOT, of Alcohol. Why can't you drink as much as me son? Why am I the only one able to sit through so much shit, just to find one or two gems of a series.
I may not be sane right now.
Titan420 Jan 26, 2:20 PM
Finally samurai champloo a 10/10