It's a common fact that most anime fans are gamers, and I'm part of that stereotype. I believe it's harder to review video games than it is to review anime/manga because of video game being more of a time waster or in better cases, an addiction (Speaking of which, ever played Pokeman? I easily drop 100 to 300 hours with every new installment, my guilty pleasure without a doubt).
My Favorite Anime (In no particular order except the top 5):
1. Welcome To The NHK
So much of it just hits the right cords with me, whether it's with the characters or the situation, it never fails to get a positive reaction from me with it's characters as it is the only anime where I found myself sympathizing with the main character realistically at an unreal level despite Sato not being my favorite character. I can't recommend this anime enough to almost any anime fan.
2. Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann
My all time favorite mecha anime. It's straight up action filled and completely full of passion kind of show that makes my inner feelings burn with excitement. This show may eat deus ex machinas for breakfast, but it's absurdity is only another reason why I love it so.
The one and only anime that continues to feel fresh to me every time I watch it making it practicably infinitely rewatchable for me. I always manage to find something new every time I watch it and every time I finish it, it remains just as satisfying as the first time around.
4. Kill La Kill
5. Fullmetal Alchemist
The original Fullmetal Alchemist is what I consider to be one of anime's true masterpieces. I couldn't care less that the newer remake of it is truer to the original story, this is an anime that has a special spot in my list and not even something as great as the original story can shake something that has been with me since my early fandom.
6 Neon Genesis Evangelion
7 Flowers of Evil
8 Tiger & Bunny
10 Cowboy Bebop
11 Mawaru Penguindrum
12 5555 The 5ecret 5tory of the 5tar 5ystem
13 Revolutionary Girl Utena
14 One Piece
18 Madoka Magica
19 Serial Experiments Lain
20 Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood
Favorite Manga: (No specific order yet)
Aku no Hana (Flowers of Evil)
Mahou Sensei Negima
Shingeki no Kyojin (Attack on Titan)
The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya
Usagi Drop (Bunny Drop)
Higurashi no Naku Koro Ni (The whole thing in general)
Karin (Chibi Vampire AKA one of guilty pleasures)
Welcome To The NHK
1. Tokiko Tsumura (buso Renkin)
2. Misaki Nakahara (Welcome To The NHK)
3. Eureka (Eureka Seven)
4. Utena Tenjou (Revolutionary Girl Utena)
5. Hime Yarizakura (Yozakura Quartet)
6. Rune Balot (Mardock Scramble)
7. Shion Sonosaki (Higurashi No Naku Koro Ni)
8. Himari Takakura / Princess Of The Crystal (Mawaru Penguindrum)
9. Kino (Kino's Journey)
10. Ako Izumi (Negima)
Stuff I will NOT review:
Just about anything that already has enough said about like Death Note or Code Ge-I mean Gurren Lagann.
Most Clamp series (Series like Tsubasa and Blood-C made me lose respect for them)
Any Gundam series
Twilight (Because I don't consider that to be manga, and I've suffered enough through the movies and books anyway)
Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei (The anime version. Because reviewing it would be redundant for me since I reviewed the manga already)
Series I just don't care about:
Legend of the Galactic Heroes
Most of the gundam series (Especially seed and 00)
Naruto (After the time skip)
Bleach (After the Soul Society arc)
Sword Art Online
Nurarihyon no Mago
Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple
Series I enjoy despite the crap they got.
Darker Than Black Season 2
Eden of the East King of Eden & Paradise Lost
Persona 4 The Animation
Likes: Rock, Metal, Jazz, Underground Rap, and a little bit of anything else, but only just a little.
Dislikes: DubStep (Dubstep is NOT music, this is irrefutable for me), Pop, Rap, Classical, Alternative, and Country.
200th completed anime: Usagi Drop (Bunny Drop)
250th completed anime: Mirai Nikki (Future Diary)
300th completed anime: JoJo's Bizarre Adventure (2012)
350th completed anime Hunter X Hunter OVA (1998)