An aspired writer who is almost constantly stuck with writer's block demon. Procrastinate too much it's not even funny and being lazy as a forte definitely tells something. Usually productive at the worst of timing and only when the mood is there, which is hard since it often swings from one extreme to another. Loves anime, music, and sports so much with the unhealthy habit of spazzing. Plays chess when there is the need to channel the evil mind. An almost perfect A-blood type to the point it's scary.
Of course, obvious self-deprecation as introduction is obvious.
As for my rating criteria it depends heavily on how I feel about them upon completion rather than the logical stuff about plot and whatnot, for I'm a firm believer that the ending makes or breaks the show. Also plus points if it manage to keep me entertained overall (and actually finish them on short interval of time), considering my tendency to put stuff on hold at the back burner till forever.
On the contrary, I read more manga title than my list says I did, and I'm still getting around to updating that periodically, but it's hard when all I do is read one-shots and drop all the typical stuff after first chapter or volume. Though that also means the ones I get to rate are the ones that really stuck with me, for better or for worse. I have to admit I'm somewhat stricter with manga that anime somehow.
Alas, generally the reflection of my scores are something like this:
1 - The dropped to the abyss stuff.
-In which I will not touch again with a ten foot pole and proceed to erase everything from memory.
2 - The regret invoker stuff.
-In which I will spend the whole time berating myself because why did I subjected myself to this, give my time back, damnit. JUST. WHY.
3 - The RAGE stuff.
-In which the title can be good but just gone horribly, terribly wrong somehow but objectively there were some redeeming feature somewhere which resulted in me almost punching my laptop out of sheer frustration at the madness of it all.
4 - The terribad stuff.
-In which things are just so clear cut bad that I feel it is necessary to honor it. Here goes to all the terribad stuff that graces our lives.
5- The meh stuff.
-In which the title actually manage to not invoke any reaction from me for once. Like, 'okay we're done here, moving on'. In a way it's almost sad but, nah; still meh.
6- The okay stuff.
-In which the title just barely manage to make me feel something about it, but ultimately it's not enough to cross the hurdle. Just, okay.
7- The amusing yet forgettable stuff.
-In which the title is generally good and I enjoyed the run throughout the whole thing but not enough for it to leave a long lasting impression. I do remember them fondly, whenever I actually DO remember them, that is.
8- The good stuff.
-In which the title IS good, and the starter benchmark for stuff I can actually start recommending people with, but will do so with logical mindset as I can readily admit it is not without its own set of flaws somewhere.
9- The great stuff.
-In which the title is amazing and with least noticeable flaws. These are the ones I can confidently recommend as worthy in all logical aspect. By all means, they can be worthy for a 10 score, but somehow, they didn't, illogically speaking, which can be somewhat unfair by all grand scheme of things.
10- The ones that wholeheartedly owns my heart
-In which the title is so amazing it somehow magnificently earns my complete adoration of it. Any attempt to reason with logic about it is thrown out of the window and shut off from my brain, for these are the ones that I can pick readily at the top of my head whenever somebody ask to recommend a title and proceed to gush like THIS IS SO GOOD I SWEAR WAE U NO WATCH/READ THIS YET- /insert attempt to justify myself amidst incoherent intensity of praises towards said title.
But in all honesty, I truly believe the ones I rate 10 as worthy for the score, for there are something about those titles that is unique to its own. Though more importantly, they make me appreciate them with my heart instead of my head, and for me, that's a sign of true masterpiece in any form of art.