ladyxzeus's Profile


Anime Stats
Days: 414.8
Mean Score: 6.01
  • Total Entries1,511
  • Rewatched46
  • Episodes26,035
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Vividred Operation
Vividred Operation
1 hour ago
Watching 7/12 · Scored -
Flanders no Inu
Flanders no Inu
Sep 28, 1:11 PM
Completed 52/52 · Scored 5
Stand By Me Doraemon
Stand By Me Doraemon
Sep 23, 2:23 PM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 7
Manga Stats
Days: 13.5
Mean Score: 6.58
  • Total Entries83
  • Reread0
  • Chapters1,691
  • Volumes271
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Oniisama e...
Oniisama e...
Aug 1, 1:48 PM
Plan to Read · Scored -
Inu wo Kau
Inu wo Kau
Jul 29, 4:56 AM
Completed 5/5 · Scored 7
Batman: Child of Dreams
Batman: Child of Dreams
May 16, 1:33 PM
Completed 10/10 · Scored 6


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Gluzin Sep 27, 8:29 AM
Suna_Kujira Sep 27, 12:46 AM
Happy Birthday, X!
Taker6898 Sep 26, 10:30 PM
Happy birthday, senpai!
Amitte_Sukku Sep 13, 12:23 PM
...aww xD I know that feeling xD It's actually, hmm... if you can speak a language that's not your native really good, it still doesn't hit you as hard. I've been learning English since preschool, so it's almost as if I'm bilingual, yet I'm pretty sure that, for example, listening to songs in English sometimes doesn't move me as much as songs in Polish do. It's something within your blood, something you can't exactly change. Maybe people that actually ARE bilingual really, have it different, bu I wouldn't know :/
DarkEmoBoy Sep 12, 6:16 PM
Same like me huh ? not bad life right :p
Kurt_Irving Sep 11, 11:00 PM
Hello, I read your Baccano review and it reminds me of why I should stay away from "thought-provocative" anime.
DarkEmoBoy Sep 10, 9:23 PM
Yw and that's good i'm ok as well ty so wassup ?
Amitte_Sukku Sep 10, 3:33 AM
Hmm... I've read only the one for "Saigo no Door wo Shimero!". But how can it be that they can't understand having a different opinion? Maan, there are so many worse "reviews" in question that aren't even reviews, just spam like "YESYESYESYESYES" or "yeh i liked it bai"...

Aww, my writing skills were never good, I'm just kinda stuck with what school made me write like... so I am a freelance translator, I guess you could say :')
DarkEmoBoy Sep 9, 9:18 PM
Hey how are you :)
Amitte_Sukku Sep 9, 11:47 AM
Pretty much a person who liked your review, and then also liked your profile, and then... wanted to talk, hopefully :>
Amitte_Sukku Sep 9, 11:42 AM
Hello! How's it goin'?
Mikola Sep 4, 1:47 PM
Hello! :)

Thanks for accepting my friend request! :D
FusanimeReborn Aug 29, 2:00 PM
Olá! Estarias interessado/a em participar numa comunidade unida e divertida que envolve anime, manga & jogos? Se sim dá uma espreitadela em:
Vem conviver e apresentar-te à família fusanime, prometemos que serás com certeza recebido/a de braços abertos na nossa comunidade! Temos também grupos de skype, discord e uma página do facebook onde poderás comunicar com todos nós e quem sabe fazer novas amizades :)
Orion1 Aug 29, 1:26 PM
Hey Lady,

Sorry for the super late reply. Haven't been on MAL for a while again. But you can find all screens I did by following the linked picture I have posted above to my photobucket account. Those are the screens I have, at best 1920x1080.

As for the craziness of Americans? The answer is surprisingly a difficult one that you are aware of. Internet culture has made many peoples thoughts insular and segregated from one another. Perspectives have such large divergences. I'd say educated people in general are less crazy and have had a binding socialization as it is intended. Still many people fall victim to propaganda. Think of many of these new movements as the preachers and hustlers, infecting new minds everyday. Since the premise, the truth is subjective, has given so much room to varying perspectives on a particular piece of information, communication is becoming more difficult and consensus impossible. So I'd say your mom just didn't meet any like minded people, where she visited in New York. I guarantee you their were some she just didn't meet any.
DerMond Aug 6, 2:30 PM
I am currently reading the afterword of the 12th volume of Kino no Tabi in which Keiichi Sigsawa explains how the volumes are conceived, and he wrote something interesting:

"It's beneficial for both the author and the publishing company for a work to become a multivolume series. Sometimes I come up with stories that can be neatly finished in one volume, but in most cases, I also think of ways I can continue the story in a serialized format."

So there you have your answer :).