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Anime Stats
Days: 91.9
Mean Score: 5.09
  • Total Entries400
  • Rewatched52
  • Episodes5,421
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Gakkou no Kaidan
Gakkou no Kaidan
Today, 8:17 AM
Watching 13/19 · Scored 5
Saint Seiya: Meiou Hades Meikai-hen
Saint Seiya: Meiou Hades Meikai-hen
Today, 4:44 AM
Watching 5/12 · Scored 7
One Piece
One Piece
Today, 12:23 AM
Watching 391/? · Scored 10
Manga Stats
Days: 15.3
Mean Score: 6.29
  • Total Entries69
  • Reread0
  • Chapters2,758
  • Volumes277
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Today, 2:47 AM
Reading 6/53 · Scored 8
Tobaku Datenroku Kaiji: 24-oku Dasshutsu-hen
Tobaku Datenroku Kaiji: 24-oku Dasshutsu-hen
Jan 15, 8:10 AM
Reading 48/? · Scored 8
Shin Devilman
Shin Devilman
Jan 13, 11:16 PM
Completed 5/5 · Scored 7


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Rei366 Jan 13, 12:41 AM
Before Gegege continued Kitarô's adventures, there was the initial manga Hakaba Kitaro. This one was also recently adapted and got a fansub and even official DVD release in some countries. The animation reworked early chapters as a storyline.
Arkab Jan 10, 9:42 PM
SS in favs I see, nice! :D
Boltz Jan 10, 10:45 AM
That scene in Water 7 really had it all. Even the backgrounds were beautiful, with striking red tones in them.
Boltz Jan 10, 9:39 AM
Yeah, I go back and watch them all the time. The range of emotions and the sense of adventure in One Piece is pretty unique. If I want to cry I just go watch scenes like Nami's cry for help, Sanji's goodbye to the restaurant, Chopper seeing the fireworks, Zoro taking all of Luffy's damage, Robin saying she wants to live, the farewell to Vivi, the promise on the barrel and so many others.
Boltz Jan 10, 8:32 AM
Oh man, I read some of your One Piece comments and just thinking about those early episodes makes me teary eyed. All of the character backstories are soooo good!
Sparkyon Dec 28, 2018 2:07 PM
Thank you!! Sorry for the late answer. It's been a busy month for me! Happy new year! ^_^
Surgeon-of-death Dec 21, 2018 6:32 AM
It's okay, thank you for accepting my friend request
Arkab Dec 14, 2018 4:22 AM
I liked reading your thoughts in the forums! And I have to thank you for having brought some positivity there haha. Also I made a review about the series in case you wanna check, read it and sharing your thoughts! Though it's long and I'd understand if you don't have time to lol.

And did you watch the Netflix remake trailer? I'm personally... devastated :(.
Sparkyon Dec 11, 2018 4:13 AM
yeah I think the manga will be better in the end but maybe the other episodes will have a different pace. They tried to put a lot of info in this first episode. I liked it though. Animation is fine and Milo looks better than ever!
Sparkyon Dec 9, 2018 4:25 AM
Hello! Netflix released a trailer for their Saint Seiya remake. This looks better than expected but I'm still not sure about the CG (I'm not a fan :P)
Sparkyon Nov 29, 2018 3:24 PM
Yes, Saintia Sho is a good way to get into Saint Seiya (if he/she doesn't care about the main characters being girls)! We don't know if the quality of animation will be good and which creative liberties the studio will take but I like the story so far (the manga is not finished)! For new fans this could be a bridge to the remake of the classic series that Netflix is producing:

Toei's tweet from 2 days ago:

I always recommend the classic stuff first though, don't matter how old it is. We don't know WTF these studios will release!

Lost Canvas is a fantastic spin-off. This is another one that could be used to get new fans easily. Usually I don't like non-canon stuff but this anime is great! I would love to see your thoughts too.

I'm not a fan of the movies but they are fine if you want to finish the franchise (but try to watch them in order of release!).
Sparkyon Nov 29, 2018 8:47 AM
Hello! You can skip this if you want. It's only a compilation of their scenes during the 13 episodes. Yes, it's better to follow their storyline here cause you don't get distracted by other things but I can't recommend it if you have no time. Saint Seiya: Soul of Gold OVAs (2015) is very interesting though (but ignore it for now until you're done with this arc, cause of spoilers... if you go to Soul of Gold's page here on MAL you will get spoilers on its synopsis, so don't go there!). In a few days Saintia Sho's first anime episode will be released! It's a manga about the saintias (Athena's personal maidens) and its events happens in parallel with the classic series (sanctuary arc, before and after). It's not drawn by Kurumada but he endorsed it, so it's considered canon (don't worry, you won't see conflicts between both stories or broken narratives here, Chimaki Kuori is a goddess and I love this manga! Her traces are so beautiful. The gold saints are amazingly drawn here). So I recommend: Lost Canvas, Soul of Gold and Saintia Shou (not aired yet). Saint Seiya Omega is trash, cause Toei reimagined the series for the new generation of kids. They made elements strong against others like Pokemon, ninjas, the cloths are not carried on those big boxes but in a magic necklace (although they changed it for the big boxes in the 2nd arc and gave a stupid reasoning). While I love some of the characters and OST in Omega and you will see some of the classic characters I can't recommend it. Watch only if you want to finish the Saint Seiya franchise. Saint Seiya is not done yet. Masami Kurumada is releasing (painfully slowly) the manga Next Dimension since 2006 which is canon and tells the next events on the series. It has highs and lows so far. We don't have an anime in sight yet but I would love to see some of its battles animated for sure. You can read this when you finish watching this arc if are okay reading a thing that is not finished and we don't know when it will be completed. Kurumada made all these lovely characters that we know but he is not exactly a great mangaka. You will see how Chimaki Kuori improved massively the traces of his characters on her manga. Here is the trailer for Saintia Sho:
cptlee39 Nov 26, 2018 9:07 AM
I only put it on-hold for so long because I was yearning for more Kaiji, and this one is a lot more different in that regard. But now that I started reading again I really fell in love with Kurosawa. It can be depressingly realistic, just plain weird, action-packed, but also really freaking funny at times! And I still love the art style. It actually has a lot of cool splash pages or panels that are very wide, which can look very interesting. But you'll see for yourself soon enough. :P

I am still not reading the latest Kaiji part, I think I couldn't bear the long wait for each chapter... especially with those cliffhangers. But I am getting my fill from the Tonegawa anime, so that's nice. I see you put it on hold, and I can see why. If that particular kind of comedy doesn't work for you, then there's no much point in continuing.
cptlee39 Nov 24, 2018 10:40 AM
Yo, you started reading the Kurosawa manga! I only recently decided to pick it back up again, and it's one crazy ride, I'm telling ya. I hope you enjoy it as much as Kaiji. :D
nijaskan Nov 24, 2018 9:55 AM
you write a lot