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Anime Stats
Days: 68.5
Mean Score: 7.08
  • Total Entries412
  • Rewatched54
  • Episodes3,962
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Kareshi Kanojo no Jijou
Kareshi Kanojo no Jijou
Today, 12:48 AM
Watching 4/26 · Scored -
JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 5: Ougon no Kaze
JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 5: Ougon no Kaze
Jun 21, 4:53 AM
Watching 34/39 · Scored -
Aggressive Retsuko (ONA) 2nd Season
Aggressive Retsuko (ONA) 2nd Season
Jun 15, 6:58 AM
Completed 10/10 · Scored 8
Manga Stats
Days: 8.5
Mean Score: 7.41
  • Total Entries112
  • Reread0
  • Chapters1,527
  • Volumes161
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Ashita wa Docchi da!
Ashita wa Docchi da!
Apr 29, 8:02 AM
Reading 24/? · Scored -
Rakuen no Jouken
Rakuen no Jouken
Apr 20, 10:24 AM
Reading -/9 · Scored -
Apr 17, 8:17 PM
Completed 5/5 · Scored 9


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Seyfert Jan 21, 2018 4:16 PM
So stopping time and stealing souls isn't doing "a lot"? o.O
Kamara-Alya Dec 13, 2017 4:12 PM
Oh wow he is?? I've heard lots of nice things about the 10th ^u^ Maybe I should continue watching it sometime then :) (I meant Serial Experiments Lane lol sorry I was too lazy to type it out haha so I just wrote lane)

I watched FMA 2003 first then I watched Brotherhood, but I can assure you that just watching Brotherhood should be enough for anyone. The only thing about Brotherhood is that the staff sort of assumed that people who watch it have already seen the old one, so the pacing for the first 15 episodes can be considered really fast since it pretty much covers up to the 30-35 first episodes of the original show (the first eps of Brotherhood kind of act like a recap except they don't have fillers and original content like 2003 did) but they are still very enjoyable

dude I think HxH and FMAB are a tie for me. I love both equally :)

omg you did?? those must have been dark days for you lol I feel it though, I had my fair share of those x o x
Kamara-Alya Dec 12, 2017 7:26 PM
Yes I do! I actually watched most of the season that has the 9th doctor about 4 years ago :) I thought it was pretty good but I just kind of put it on hold for a while and never got back to it haha I feel bad x') How far are you in the series? Which season? (I wanna watch Lane sometime! I have a friend who always recommends it to me lol)

You don't have to be ashamed! You should watch things for yourself ^u^ watch it whenever you feel like you should. I personally love it as much as I do because it did everything I ask for a in a show (well-rounded characters, a progressive and engaging plot, a believable setting, great pacing and a solid conclusion) Of course, it's not completely perfect, but nothing is :) Also, most people who like HxH end up liking FMAB and vice versa for some reason haha

My biggest anime shame is Death Note. I've only seen 3 episodes of it about 5 years ago! I seriously need to pick it back up again

Digibro is awesome! and yeah I might do the same, I kind of get impatient when I like something >o<;;

Kamara-Alya Nov 26, 2017 8:10 PM
Sorry for the late reply, I'm not on MAL too often (I use the pocket app to update episodes mostly)

I'm probably going to do the same next year! Gurren Lagann is very fresh in my mind because I finished it last summer ^o^

I'm so glad you like it! I agree with everything you said c: Imo, Made in Abyss is an anime that can be considered a classic when compared to the ones in the medium, but it's kind of impossible for an anime to reach that level these days with the really high demand for seasonal shows and people quickly moving on from an anime once it's finished unfortunately

And I just found out that S2 got confirmed today! <333 I'm so excited! I hope it'll be next summer *o*

Kamara-Alya Nov 22, 2017 9:56 AM
Thanks! ^v^

I've only seen bits and pieces of both movies but the second one, Lagann-hen, seems really good because it has a few extra scenes that the anime doesn't have and does the final fight quite differently :0 I might check out the whole thing sometime!

I hope you like it! Made in Abyss is very unique and intriguing, it's easy to tell that there was so much put into this show. It starts off with a really good first episode which introduces the setting and the characters in such a great way and builds it from there. Also, the art style looks misleading so most people don't know what to expect when they're first getting into this show x') My main problem with this show are some of the middle episodes where the pacing wasn't as good as the beginning, but then it picks itself back up right after so it didn't completely affect my enjoyment.
Kamara-Alya Nov 21, 2017 2:32 PM
I really like your taste! It's very diverse and distinct :)
AlexHisoka44 Sep 15, 2017 3:16 PM
No problemYou're welcome.
Etret Sep 14, 2017 3:12 PM
1. Well most of the people that you find at anime conventions are fun to hangout with regardless of their tastes. Also, anime sort of leaves an impression on people. What I'm trying to say with this is that some people may take some traits or characteristics that they find interesting in a character and it's enjoyable to see people with those traits. Another thing would be that there's a lot of peolpe who like anime and hide it from others, so it's nice to see their reactions when they hear a conversation about anime. Other than that I've seen a lot of cosplayers, and I might like trying it at least once.

2. The only thing I dislike is the people who talk about anime all the time. Yes... I like anime a lot too. However, that doesn't mean I just go saying out loud in public, "Did you watch the new episode of Haifuri, it was so kawaiiiiiii, all the girls are so moe, Shiro best girl!" to someone who doesn't even watch that much anime. I feel like people should consider the place they are when they speak. Because it doesn't happen just with anime. For example lets say they are speaking about a movie that has a sex scene and you just watched it yesterday. If they suddenly start saying things like, "Oh, did you see Tyler getting it with Lisa yesterday. Man she was so hot with that skirt and damn when she moaned." People just have to consider time and place. Because that's one of the main reasons why those who like anime are afraid to say they like it. These sort of people make it harder for others to speak about what they like. I also dislike the guys that speak about anime all the time to their friends who don't even like anime. It's like speaking about books to people that don't even read them. They might just think cool you read that. But if you keep talking to them they might get annoyed.

Don't worry I think I might've gone a little too far with the second response. But those kind of people sort of bug me.
Zero_r2 Sep 11, 2017 7:07 AM
1: yes, cuz I like it
2: yes, i can read something at quiet places, or places where I can't watch anime, also sometimes I don't wanna wait fo the anime to catch up
3; after 1700 animes? sure do
4; TV as a kid in my country
razzchan Sep 10, 2017 7:56 PM
1. I do watch anime!! It's been a huge part of my life ever since I was in middle school. I really enjoyed watching the animes that were licensed by 4Kids and Cartoon Network growing up, the the OG Pokemon, Yu-Gi-Oh!, Magical DoReMi, Hamtaro, etc. It's always just been something that stuck with me since I was young. It really influenced my love of animation and art, and now, as a working adult, I am a freelance illustrator!! Anime has inspired me and helped me grow as a person.

2. I read a lot more manga as a kid than I do now. I used to go to the local library and borrow entire series and complete them in a week!! Now, however, I mostly watch anime rather than read manga. But if I really love a series, I always try to collect the complete manga set so I can support the creators. I love holding physical copies of manga and being able to examine the art styles. I'm currently reading and keeping up with School Live! and Miss Kobayashi's Dragon maid as the novels are published in English.

3. I do!! The walls of my apartment are lined with wallscrolls and prints, my shelves are decorated with figures, plushies, and copious amounts of manga, and I have a few t-shirts for my lazy days with my favorite characters on them. I even hold the position of Public Relations Director of my college's Anime Club, so I can interact with other otakus and make sure they all have a fun and safe place to be at school.

4. Initially I discovered anime watching the Saturday morning cartoons block on 4Kids growing up. I remember waking up at 7am just to watch Magical DoReMi with a bowl of oatmeal in my pajamas. I remember tuning in to Hamtaro, Digimon, and Pokemon whenever they were on Cartoon Network, Kids WB, or JetX, as well. Kids these days really don't have the kind of cartoon programming that I had when I was growing up, so they aren't as exposed to the wonders of children's anime. When I was in middle school, I started checking out manga from the library out of curiosity. Then I started renting DVDs of anime adaptations of the manga I has read from Blockbuster. As I grew older, specifically when I started studying at college, I got a Crunchyroll subscription so I could keep up with seasonal animes!!

Thanks for asking me!! Let me know if you need anything else!! <3
Etret Sep 10, 2017 7:23 PM
1. Well I don't think where you are from matters when you like something. As for what people think about me I stopped caring about that a long time ago. Because I want to be who I am with everyone. Obviously there are situations in which you shouldn't bring one shouldn't bring his personal life into. Oh, and the weird thing I on my own am already considered weird without anime so that doesn't bother me. hehe. But I think if someone thinks of me as weird is because people are usually afraid of what they don't understand. There's been discrimination on anime because of a few fans that don't know the moments in which they should and shouldn't speak about it but I don't consider that a big issue. I wouldn't feel embarassed of liking anime because it's a part of who I am and something I enjoy. Though if someone I just met were to ask me about anime irl I would feel embarassed because I'm speaking about me and how I like it.

2. I've known a lot of people who think anime is just perversion itself or cartoons hitting each other. But these people have hardly watched any anime in their lives. The reason for this is stereotypes but those are everywhere. Also japanese animation hasn't traveled completely through the world as some might think. Some have watched it in their computers, but a lot of people use television and a lot of people think of animation as just a childish cartoon. I talked with a taxi driver who started asking me if it was normal that his son watched naruto. I told him it was completely normal and then he asked me if that cartoon had erotic content. I obviously told him that it didn't have erotic content it might have one or two jokes around that area but that the difference between japanese animation and your usual cartoon is that it has actual stories to it. For example Eiichiro Oda who brings inspiration from real life characters to his series One Piece, even on minor characters like Eustass Captain Kidd who was based on the real pirate William Captain Kidd. I also told him that anime is just like movies the animation varies and there are multiple genres from romance to action and to horror. He was amazed and even thought of giving it a shot later.

3.The difference is pretty big most of the western animation is directed to children with the exception of shows like South Park or The Simpsons. But what's directed towards adults is mostly comedy and parodies. On the other hand japanese animation has a lot of genres.

4. The only western cartoon I enjoy is South Park but it's not something I would watch over and over again.

No problem. Good luck with your homework!
Etret Sep 10, 2017 5:15 PM
1. Yes, I do watch anime. Though it's mainly for the stories. I like anime as much as I like books because the stories take you to worlds that could never exist and in them the characters who have gone through enjoyable or horrible experiences help me get past the hardships of everyday. Sometimes series might even get you emotional and feel close to those characters. Sometimes I feel like watching anime characters move might feel even more real than actors. This is because tv programs and actors seem fake and their emotions don't feel real when they act. But the anime characters are brought to life in their stories.

2. I like reading manga probably because of the same reasons. No, actually I like manga better because I think the authors express themselves better in manga. There's also some detail you personally add in manga. With that I refer to the fact that in manga there's no animation or soundtracks. But that lets you imagine them. Sometimes you can even play songs you enjoy while reading a manga and that might change the mood in every chapter.

3. I think I might be an otaku because I can become obsessed with things I really like. But I don't consider it a bad thing because on ocassions it has helped me.

4. When I was four years old some series like InuYasha were shown in tv. InuYasha was the first anime I have watched and at that time it even got to the point were I would talk with my friends everyday. Every since I watched fragments of anime in tv but never a complete series. However, two years ago I started watching it more because I wanted to watch the 1986 dragon ball. I had a lot of fun and then I got back into anime but now I watch the complete series not just fragments.

You're welcome. Hope those answers might help for something.
AlexHisoka44 Sep 10, 2017 4:35 PM
1.Hunter X Hunter, Haikyuu, Shigatsu wa kimi no uso, Hajime no Ippo, and Jojo's Bizarre Adventure

2.Shonen or Spokon

3.One piece, Days, and I'm really enjoying Berserk right now.

4.I'm guessing my favorite manga genre, Well I think is between shonen and seinen.

5.I prefer it subbed.

You're welcome hope i was able to help you 😀😀
Etret Sep 10, 2017 1:21 PM
Sure, ask whatever you want.
Oh, and sorry for taking too long to answer.
AlexHisoka44 Sep 10, 2017 10:12 AM
1.Well over here in Mexico Older people like Moms, Aunts, and Religious people used to say that shows like DBZ, Pokemon,etc... were Satanic and that they had too much violence, but thankfully my mom wasn't like that, and about peole making fun of others for liking anime well I think that they're hypocrites because I'm sure that they watch a sport or a series on netflix/tv. No other people opinions don't really affect me, and no I'm not embarresd of liking anime. I think close mind people probably feel that anime is for kids and that is stupid and people that are not fans of anime should watch some anime and then judge it, and I think that people should watch 3-5 good animes to changed their minds. Hopefully that help you.

2/1. What i like about Otaku culture is that many people are not ashamed of liking anime.

3.Probably that some people are kind of weird like must of the people that i know that watch/read anime and manga are anti-social or behave really different from someone that does not watch or read manga and anime, but thats just how i view them.

I hope i was of some help with your reasearch feel free to ask me anything or if you have any more questions just let me know I'll be happy to answer them. :)