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Days: 73.9
Mean Score: 3.18
  • Total Entries603
  • Rewatched59
  • Episodes4,138
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Honoo no Tenkousei
Honoo no Tenkousei
Oct 24, 12:48 PM
Completed 2/2 · Scored 4
Kaze no Tairiku
Kaze no Tairiku
Oct 22, 12:57 PM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 4
Area 88
Area 88
Oct 22, 11:21 AM
On-Hold 1/3 · Scored -
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Days: 26.1
Mean Score: 0.00
  • Total Entries151
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Shoujo Fujuubun
Shoujo Fujuubun
Oct 15, 4:42 AM
Reading 9/27 · Scored -
Koisuru Kiseichuu
Koisuru Kiseichuu
Aug 31, 9:13 AM
Plan to Read · Scored -
Life
Life
Aug 22, 2:02 AM
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Kishbokai Aug 30, 4:24 PM
I'm going to reply to your message tomorrow, but I've finally watched Taxi Driver, and you were so right about Ghost in the Shell misunderstanding the whole point of it
Craftysoran Aug 24, 9:47 AM
I am glad you also appreciate all of those great artists. Its really nice seeing another Boogiepop fan in particular btw. I just read all of the (translated) novels a few weeks ago and really fell in love, I love Kadono's style. I had read the first novel last year and adored it, but just now found time for the continuations and found myself mesmerized with them despite none of them being quite as tight as the first one. The music reference choices are so strange yet so on point, and his characters and plot ideas are so creative and interesting. Hopefully since Boogiepop is catching on /slightly/ more we have a chance of more of Kadono's works being translated, I really want to see what happens in his worlds beyond what has sadly only been brought over in English.

I watched dubbed anime as a kid like a lot of early 2000s American kids did, but the first anime I actually sat down and watched was Erased back around when it came out (I was in 7th-8th grade I think). I watched it since an artist I really liked was a huge fan. In retrospect, I don't know if it holds up too well, but I was obviously fascinated by all the Japanese sensibilities and subtle mystery story telling (things that seem so passé to me now and I have seen done so much better in other shows). Then towards the end of middle school, a friend and I watched Attack on Titan and I became obsessed. I watched mainly big name/action anime throughout early high school (had a HUGE Eva phase in 9th grade and convinced a bunch of people to watch it), but when I entered a depression in 10th grade Haruhi and Lucky Star really cheered me up and made anime a big hobby/coping mechanism for me. Just seeing a group of interesting animated friends have fun made me really happy and sparked an interest in anime culture/its effects on the internet/in other shows. That's mainly the gist, I am going into college so I have been watched anime for around 5-6 years now, 3 years on a regular basis. How about you? Was there a big show that you can identify that sparked this interest for you too?
Craftysoran Aug 16, 2:16 PM
Sorry about taking a few days to respond, I have had family down as well as just being fairly busy. And I know right! Seems like we both like both sci-fi and cgdct stuffs. A man of taste if I do say so myself :) and its funny to me that we share similar sensibilities, azusa, misato, saki and kagami are my fav girls from their respective shows and kaname chidori is one of my fav waifus.

Yes I did hahah. Texhnolyze is really interesting, though I found myself a bit lost for the first 3/4 of it. Its like, concepts that interest me but create confusion and dissonance when I think about them. The last four episodes are phenomenal though (episode 19 is a masterpiece, definitely the highlight for me, I wont spoil anything but it feels completely different and is really interesting) and I really liked the ending. So I would definitely say if you enjoyed the first bit keep watching, because I consider it to only get better from there. I gave it a 7 because there was just so much that went over my head, but I would like to rewatch again eventually. And Hamasaki's directing is really great, a lot of the fight scenes are very distinct.
Craftysoran Aug 11, 3:56 PM
Thanks! I LOVE yours too, especially your characters. I love all of them, all great waifus.

I just saw your comment on Hiroshi Hamasaki‘s profile lol, I thought it was funny so I checked out your account, and was a big fan :-)
Moh7md69 Jun 19, 10:14 PM
Happy birthday
jeanbokai Jun 1, 2:47 PM
trash
drnik04 May 26, 3:12 AM
danke :D
Hanapie May 2, 8:42 AM
her name is vivi ^^
Hanapie May 2, 8:27 AM
ohh she is the anime version of a korean group's (loona) girl member :) who is your pfp
Hanapie May 2, 8:16 AM
that's indeed a nice question but trust me I have no idea. I was looking for new friends ^^ then saw your profile
Hanapie May 2, 7:49 AM
your welcome!! thank you for accepting it ^^
drnik04 Feb 11, 9:40 AM
you r welcome ^=^
jery_js Feb 8, 5:15 AM
😊
Edgeoftwilight Feb 4, 2:14 AM
Would you recommend "The Sky Crawlers" to me based on our anime affinity?
Leajey Jan 6, 9:06 PM
Not sure you got my reply since I don't see it but its looks pretty awesome and is a fun time. Hard to binge so I probably won't rate it too high but I'm enjoying the ride