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Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu
Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu
3 hours ago
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Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
May 19, 8:52 AM
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Violet Evergarden
Violet Evergarden
May 9, 1:28 PM
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Higurashi no Naku Koro ni: Himatsubushi-hen
Higurashi no Naku Koro ni: Himatsubushi-hen
May 16, 3:24 PM
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Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
May 12, 8:18 PM
Reading 57/? · Scored -
Yagate Kimi ni Naru
Yagate Kimi ni Naru
Apr 28, 5:04 PM
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Dashiawia Apr 27, 5:48 PM
You won't regret it. It's one of the best action shows I've seen in recent years.

I get what you mean. For the same reason, I find protagonists with quirky attitudes to be more fun to watch. For instance, Sakuta from Bunny Girl Senpai with his witty remarks never fails to be entertaining. As for Re:Zero, you'll see why Rem is so popular and well-liked in the third arc. To be honest, I didn't think she was all that special when she was first introduced; I actually preferred Emilia over Rem until arc 3. After that arc, though, she definitely solidified her place as the best girl in the show. For now, at least. I heard that Emilia gets a lot of attention in arc 4, while Rem doesn't get much screen time after arc 3, so who knows which girl will be the fan favorite after season 2 comes out.
Dashiawia Apr 24, 3:29 PM
Cool. One Punch Man is pretty nice, especially the first season which has outstanding animation. Second season dropped the ball on the animation department, no thanks to J.C. Staff being put in charge of OPM. It's still entertaining to watch as long as you can look past the much inferior battle scenes.

Yeah, Kazuma's at his best when he acts like a jerk to his companions. His snarky comments fit the situations so well that the show instantly delivers on the comedy. And yeah, Megumin's explosion magic, as well as its consequences, are just incredibly funny to see. It's not hard to see why most people deem her to be the best girl in KonoSuba.

Agreed on Slime being better than Shield Hero in its side characters. I personally like Naofumi more than Rimuru, though, so as far as my own enjoyment level is concerned, the two shows are pretty close.
Dashiawia Apr 22, 7:15 PM
Yeah. That's nice. I don't like how they nerfed Fox and Falco in Ultimate, but I do appreciate the fact that they're trying to make the cast more balanced. In Melee, hardly anyone would use characters like Zelda or Mewtwo in competitions because they're terribly limited compared to the high-tier characters.

Oh, my bad. I didn't realize that you haven't seen Re:Zero yet. It's in my top 10 anime so I have confidence that you will like it a lot, too. KonoSuba's a really entertaining comedy, and I agree with you that its characters are some of the most likable ones in the Isekai genre. Megumin is also my favorite character in the show. Love how she's basically a Chuuni character who actually has supernatural powers, haha. Kazuma's just awesome with his attitude in general, particularly when it comes to dealing with Aqua. Like you said, the cast meshes really well with one another and is the main reason why KonoSuba is such a good show. As for Shield Hero, yeah, it's not as good as it was in its first few episodes. I actually liked it the most when it was just Raphtalia and Naofumi traveling together. Filo and Melty are certainly cute, but they aren't as interesting to me as Raphtalia. Still, I like the show because Naofumi is not your typical hero and his rebellious actions actually make sense given the situation he was put in. Malty needs to be taught a painful lesson!
Dashiawia Apr 21, 4:19 PM
Fair call. I haven't played many hours of Ultimate yet, so I'm probably not the best judge of its gameplay. I do appreciate the fact that there's many more playable characters in the game and how balanced the cast is. I mainly play as Marth, Lucina, Chrom, and Bayonetta. Falco and Fox were my mains in Melee, but I don't feel as comfortable using them here in Ultimate due to the many changes made to their movesets, particular Falco's.

Yeah, that makes sense. KonoSuba is my second favorite Isekai anime right after Re:Zero. Glad you love it, too. Now that you have watched all those shows, you're all set to watch Isekai Quartet. It's been very entertaining so far, seeing characters from one Isekai series interact with those from another Isekai show. One of my recent favorite scenes in the aforementioned show, was seeing Ainz's interaction with Aqua. That was comedy gold right there. As for Rising of the Shield Hero, I'm liking it a lot right now. Raphtalia was likable from the start for me, and lately she's been getting a ton of character development which is nice to see.
Dashiawia Apr 5, 9:47 AM
That's nice, man. Hope this means that a second season is not far away (Bloom Into You).

Cool. Hope you like them if you do plan to get them. Do you have Super Smash Bros Ultimate on the Switch? A friend of mine has it and I'd go to his house to play sometimes. I used to be a huge fan of Melee back in the day. I think I've told you this before but I used to main Falco, with Fox and Marth as my secondary counterpicks. I find Ultimate to be really fun, but I still prefer Melee because it's faster and requires more technical precision to execute combos.

I see. Appreciate the suggestion, but I'm not planning to read the Slime manga. While I did enjoy the anime, it's not a series that I feel is worth reading just to fill in the content not present in the anime. With manga and light novels, I tend to go for the titles that either don't already have anime adaptations, or have much inferior ones. I've been able to read many hidden gems from the manga side, thanks to a good friend of mine's recommendations. Okay, back to Slime. Yes, I agree with you that Rimuru's relationship with everyone else in the show is a strong highlight of what makes the show appealing. I hope for the second season to be even better.

Overlord does bear a few similarities to Slime. The biggest similarity would be that the protagonist is also ridiculously overpowered and has many powerful subordinates under his command. In contrast, it's a bit darker than Slime in tone, as the protagonist can be ruthless and even 'evil' at times. He's more of an anti-hero than a good guy. I enjoyed the first season of Overlord, though I found the second and third seasons a bit lacking because they focus too much on the side characters, and most of them are forgettable to me. You should give it a try because I think you will like it more than I did.
Dashiawia Apr 3, 7:18 PM
All good. Hope you enjoyed your break.

Yeah, I'm willing to bet a second season will come out sooner or later.

True. Sakuta and Mai's relationship is definitely more pivotal to the story than the other one.

I see. I used to download visual novels on, but it seems that they don't provide free downloads anymore. You may be able to download them on, though. Personally, I've started buying them on Steam recently. They're not too pricey, either. You can generally get the big titles for ~$30 CAD during discount periods.

That's cool. I'm up-to-date with The Promised Neverland and it's currently one of my favorite ongoing manga. I didn't read My Hero Academia because I think it's likely that Bones will continuously make more seasons, since the series is super popular both in Japan and the west. And Slime is cool, too. I enjoyed the anime overall, despite feeling that the second half was not nearly as good as the first half. I'd definitely watch the sequel when it comes out, though.

As for me, I'm reading this romance manhwa called Something About Us, which has been quite excellent in portraying a realistic relationship between two very likable main characters. I also finished a visual novel named SubaHibi recently, and it was absolutely brilliant. I honestly can't recommend it enough.
Dashiawia Mar 6, 12:21 PM
It's alright. I don't mind late replies.

Yeah, I have high hopes for Bloom Into You to end on a good note. If a second season isn't announced by next year, I may consider picking up the manga instead of waiting for the anime. It's incredible how good the romance is in that show. Rather than appealing to an esoteric audience only, I feel like the author of Bloom Into You intended to write a feel-good romance that can be enjoyed by pretty much anyone with an open mind.

I agree. Similar to Monogatari's lovable main couple, Araragi and Senjougahara, Bunny Girl Senpai benefits from solidifying its core romance very early on in the story. While I did enjoy and like all the other girls introduced (especially Futaba and Koga), I'm glad that Sakuta and Mai was always the main focus from a romantic standpoint. A harem would have destroyed the appeal of their strong chemistry with each other, similar to how Monogatari would have been if Araragi were to be involved in a romantic relationship with someone other than best girl Senjougahara.

Yeah, same here. Highly anticipating those two films along with Heaven's Feel part 2 of the trilogy.

By the way, I forget if I asked you this before, but do you read visual novels? I've been reading them for a long time, but took a long hiatus from 2015-2018, and recently got back into reading again. So, if you're ever interested in this medium, I can recommend you a few of my personal favorites that you might enjoy a lot.
Dashiawia Jan 4, 4:00 PM
Happy belated New Year!

Yeah, I wouldn't recommend Citrus to anyone unless they really enjoy their melodramas. Even then, I can't say that Citrus was one of the better ones in that category. And true, I feel the same way about Touko and Yuu; both of them struck a cord with me and, for the first time, I actually enjoyed an anime about lesbians xD. In all seriousness, I'm definitely going to read the manga sometime too, especially since a second season has yet to be announced.

Hmm, I see. For me, I think Kaede's arc was overall more emotional and had higher highs, while Futaba's arc was consistently more engaging because she was my second favorite girl next to Mai.

Right. Her timing in appearing/disappearing does seem to imply that she's not a real person, and the fact that her grown-up form was only observed by Sakuta further supports this theory. However, I get the feeling that there's likely more to her story than this. For example, we still don't know what the deal is with the young Shoko and how she is connected to the Shoko Sakuta met.
Dashiawia Dec 28, 2018 9:07 AM
Citrus started off promising with its likable main character, Yuzu, and for a while I thought it couldn't go wrong. My impressions took a nosedive for the worse starting from the middle portions, when the drama felt incredibly contrived and frustrating, that I no longer cared for what was happening in the story. Not only that, but I disliked Mei as a character because she came across as someone selfish, and I couldn't support her relationship with Yuzu. I wanted to like Citrus, for it was the first shoujo-ai anime I've watched, but honestly it just left me with nothing but disappointment. Thankfully, Bloom into You was able to change my impression of the shoujo-ai genre for the better. The drama in Bloom into You didn't feel forced, nor was it frustrating to watch, and I found myself genuinely rooting for Touko to find her true self. Rather than focusing on the romance aspect only, the show felt more like a character study of both Yuu and Touko, giving us a full picture of how they feel and what their insecurities are. Overall, the show just feels more alive to me than Citrus ever did, and I love it for that.

True. Mai and Sakuta's banters are some of the best I've seen in anime since Monogatari. They really have fantastic chemistry together. My order of preference for the arcs is very similar to yours, only I'd swap Futaba and Kaede's arcs around as I enjoyed Futaba more as a character. But like you said, all of them were great. The only arc I thought was noticeably weaker than the others is Nodaka's, but that's probably because her character was overshadowed by Mai for most of her story. Still, I enjoyed it for what it is.

Can't wait to learn more about Shoko in the upcoming movie. Do you think she's a figment of Sakuta's imagination like Futaba stated? I think it's a possibility but I doubt that's all there is to it.
Dashiawia Dec 27, 2018 8:33 AM
Cool stuff. I haven't actually watched any of HxH in dub, but I definitely loved the original Japanese voices. So, have fun with that!

Me too. Those two shows are my favorite and runner-up anime of Fall 2018. Never thought I'd like a Shoujo-Ai anime after how much I disliked Citrus when it finished, but Bloom Into You managed to surprise me with how genuine the relationship is between Yuu and Touko. Speaking of relationships, Mai and Sakuta's has got to be one of my favorites in anime history. Loved almost every minute of their dialogues when the two are together on screen. Now that the TV show is finished, it's going to be painful waiting for the movie to get released and subbed.
Dashiawia Dec 26, 2018 2:47 PM
Yeah. I recently watched two really emotional movies by the names of Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms and I Want to Eat Your Pancreas. Then there's Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai, which finished airing today and ended up becoming one of my top 10 favorite anime. This year has been an incredible experience for me as an anime fan. :)
Dashiawia Dec 26, 2018 11:23 AM
Hey, it's been a while indeed. Hope you're enjoying the holidays, and a belated Merry Christmas to you.
Dashiawia Aug 4, 2018 8:53 PM
True. Code Geass was one hell of a thrilling ride from beginning to finish, and I loved almost every moment of it back when it was airing. R2 also ended on a fantastic note, with one of the most memorable endings in anime. As far as pure enjoyment goes, it definitely ranks up there in my top 15.
Dashiawia Aug 3, 2018 9:22 PM
Yeah, I just saw this news today. I'm not super disappointed either, as it was never confirmed that the sequel would be a TV series, although I had hoped it would be. I'm still going to watch it when it comes out.

Good question. I guess the main reason why I hold Steins;Gate in such high esteem, despite not having seen it a second time in over 7 years, is because of how memorable its characters are, and how well they mesh with one another. Particularly, it's the superb chemistry between Okabe and Kurisu that sold me on this show. I was invested in them from a very early point in the show, often laughed at their silly banters, and rooted for them to finally admit their feelings for each other. Because of this, when the second half of the show rolled in, I was already emotionally invested in Okabe's character, and that made my experience one hell of a ride as I watched him suffer. Other than perhaps Clannad: After Story, no other anime has even come close to making me care so much for its characters. And that's why I'll always treasure it as my top favorite anime. I just hope that Steins;Gate 0 can come close to the original in eliciting a strong emotional response. As of now, it's not quite as amazing as the original, but I'm expecting great things from it nonetheless.