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Anime Stats
Days: 19.3
Mean Score: 7.17
  • Total Entries557
  • Rewatched0
  • Episodes1,103
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Pet
Pet
Oct 7, 3:23 PM
Plan to Watch · Scored -
Nayuta
Nayuta
Sep 23, 8:08 PM
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Mononoke Hime
Mononoke Hime
Sep 18, 9:46 PM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 8
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Days: 1.2
Mean Score: 7.33
  • Total Entries402
  • Reread0
  • Chapters213
  • Volumes5
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Karamazov no Kyoudai
Karamazov no Kyoudai
Apr 25, 6:52 PM
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Ai no Jikan
Ai no Jikan
Jan 22, 8:06 AM
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Sky Crawlers Series
Sky Crawlers Series
Jan 14, 11:02 AM
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exitbagged Sep 20, 6:25 PM
Amazing profile.
Dullboy Oct 9, 2017 8:29 AM
Hello there ! (sorry for the late reply..)

I just wanted to ask, what makes Kamimura's stories so good? I love his artwork, and just by looking at some of his panels online tells a great story to me.
I think you kind of responded to the question yourself ^^ . I think Kamimura is a master considering the art of paneling and graphical metaphor, or way to convey some feeling/ideas graphicaly, using the potential of manga as a medium.
Sometime some author seems to me like they rely too much on the dialogue to tell things, kind of forgetting that at the core, manga is not novel, it's a graphical thing. I think Kamimura is fully aware of that, and he very often surprise me with very ingenious and/or lyrical way to convey things. (but I'm not saying text and dialogue are uninportant things though, far from it)

But, from looking at his settings, there seems to be a big Post-war Japan conflict , which I am very interested in. But what did you take away from the stories, both the personal, and the overall setting?
You are talking about "Lady Snowblood" here I presume ? I'm kind of ashamed to say, but it's been quite a lot of time since I read it , so I actually don't remember it that much. So I don't feel like the right person to tell you about it.
Funny thing is, a person close to me (and had read a fair amount of other work from Kamimura aswell) read the manga very recently and told me she really liked it a lot, while in my memories, I did considered it as a "minor" work from the author, somehow. I think it's because I was comming from "Kanto Heya" , which left a very strong impression on me, and is quite different in the fact that it's more of personal drama and not a more historical thing like "Snowblood" (I do tend to prefer more "personal story" and interpersonal drama and such) . I think if I were to re-read Lady Snowblood now, I would rate it better.
zal Aug 12, 2017 11:10 PM
I don't think so.
zal Aug 12, 2017 7:42 PM
I see you are watching Ashita no Joe, you can actually stop right there and go directly to the second season since the first 12 episodes of the second season are a remake of the last 20ish episodes of the first one but better. Almost a waste of time these last episodes so you can skip them.
Amine_Fan Jul 15, 2017 12:25 PM
Wow, I didn't expect this. You have a great profile too - you clearly put a lot of thought into the anime you watch, and it's always great to see that.

I say I avoid dark/dystopian/psychological anime, but I'm always trying to broaden my genres, because there's good stuff everywhere (even among harem/ecchis, much as I generally stay away from those). I've recently started a magical girl show, and even have downloaded Psycho-Pass and Kaiba in preparation to watch them in the near future.

I've sent you a friend request. I definitely have more respect for dystopian sci-fi now, since those anime have helped you like my favourites have helped me.
sunfukung Jul 4, 2017 3:12 PM
add me once
sunfukung Jul 4, 2017 2:49 PM
more than what i m an anime fan
sunfukung Jun 20, 2017 5:36 PM
i also I remember doing the same thing first time I comes to her
sunfukung Jun 20, 2017 5:30 PM
thx for the friend request
Aizen May 5, 2017 3:33 PM
I can't really explain Nijigahara in just a few simple words, you just have got to experience it for yourself to fully understand it. It's the type of work that holds sentimental value to others when consumed. At the end of the day, this manga needs your full attention to be able to grasp the entire situation that's currently being shown. It teaches every reader something new, something out of the ordinary – what I learned, or got, from it, would be unlike some other reader's life-lesson learned. The manga oozes the credence that everyone has a role in life to play and that everyone plays a vital part in someone else's existence. People having disoriented lifestyles, having complicated mindsets, yet existing in a clandestine past, and living a lie – this is what Nijigahara Holograph is. Funny enough, it is a myriad of emotions with characters that have none. This work of art definitely deserves a lot more praise. It was able to pull off such a compelling story it such a short amount of time, you can clearly see the tremendous work was put in to it, the care and the quality cannot be replicated.
Ahegyao Mar 7, 2017 1:42 PM
Does my heart good that I've made someone see the light. :)
yolerMit Feb 26, 2017 5:53 AM
Check your inbox I sent you the link ;)
Aizen Feb 18, 2017 8:06 PM
Nice favs, you have got to watch more shows.
SpaghettiSpike Jan 28, 2017 2:27 AM
Hey, I wanted to ask if youre familiar with the Kenrou Densetsu series and similar Oshii's works?