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Days: 104.4
Mean Score: 6.36
  • Total Entries415
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Mob Psycho 100 III
Mob Psycho 100 III
Yesterday, 6:03 AM
Watching 11/12 · Scored -
Vinland Saga Season 2
Vinland Saga Season 2
Jan 31, 1:07 AM
Watching 4/24 · Scored -
Boku no Hero Academia 6th Season
Boku no Hero Academia 6th Season
Jan 29, 2:22 PM
Watching 17/25 · Scored -
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Days: 7.4
Mean Score: 6.80
  • Total Entries37
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Chainsaw Man
Chainsaw Man
Jan 31, 12:29 AM
Reading 114/? · Scored -
Hunter x Hunter
Hunter x Hunter
Dec 27, 2022 2:54 AM
Reading 400/? · Scored 9
Copernicus no Kokyuu
Copernicus no Kokyuu
Aug 26, 2022 1:52 PM
Completed 13/13 · Scored 8

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Accelority Jan 16, 3:44 PM
It's totally fine, as you can see I didn't log into my account here since I haven't really watched anything recently. Just finished Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex and I have to say that I don't really get why people are all over it. But topic for another day :D And have you started reading the Chainsaw Man manga yet? Would also love to hear your thoughts about it! To be honest there are not many memories attached to it, can't even seem to recollect how it ended but I think it was a blast?

Summertime Render only has similarities about the mechanics of the MCs power, but other than that it is kind of an original. And I totally understand why you didn't like Re:Zero. At the time of it airing, me being the edgy juvenile that I was, I thought it was pretty intelligently written in it's dialogue and last year I just felt like catching up with the second season. That's a problem for me oftentimes with anime, that I really enjoy it as soon as I finish it, but like one year later my opinion kind of drops, at which I'm too lazy to reevaluate the shows :D

And yes! Sonny Boy hooked me in with it's artstyle and it was a really enjoyable watch! But in the end I think you're right. It has a really nice vibe of surrealistic fantasy yet also some "I'm 14 and this is deep" vibes. Like it wasn't actually saying all that much, but looked and felt cool anyways.

Now and then, here and there was on my watchlist for way too long and when I was stuck with Corona over christmas, I've decided to watch it. To be fair from all the fever dreams, I'm not sure if I can give it an honest rating but yeah, main character has this amazing ability to live through traumatic after traumatic experience, without having any setbacks or anything. And the biggest buzzkill for me was when the girl that was mistaken for Lala Ru got r***d by the army guy, impregnetated and then gaslit into keeping the child by the motherfigure in the city this crazy king wanted to annihilate. So in essence way too simplistic in a world which could have had a really nice amount of politics and generally any explanations. I mean space humans on an unidentified planet somewhere.. Would have really loved to have seen how everything got to where they were.

Just checked my profile and when I think about it, I really don't understand why I gave it a 9 lol. Hope you've had a great start of the year though! And dw, answer if and when you want to c: ♥
Accelority Dec 13, 2022 8:08 AM
I really liked the Chainsaw Man manga, it was a work where I did really understand why the mangaka is being handled as one of the top dogs of our current time. It definitely handles stuff differently than others of its genre and even though I'd have to admit that I don't quite remember how it ended, I for sure know it went out with a bang.

Guess I will have to start with the HxH manga too now lol. Just hope he's doing okay now and not overwork himself that much. Same for me though about Cyberpunk, I kind of get the theme of the second half being about how the city always wins and every individual always loses, but the first half had a different kind of charme. Summertime Render is one of those series to me that is really really bingeworthy, the mystery and suspense is definitely the biggest part of it that kept me going and at some point I just wanted to see how they wrapped it all up. Not my favorite ending but it's definitely worthwhile! It's like Re:Zero with it's mechanic of the MC to be unkillable, but he always gets transportet back in time a little later, so there's a different kind of suspense about that. And yeah, the ending of Lycoris wasn't picking up any of the shards it broke from itself. Even though I don't know how I was able to binge it that much anyways, must have got me on some levels. :^)
Accelority Dec 4, 2022 4:53 AM
No problem! Taking stuff for irl stuff is way more important. I've read the Manga for Chainsaw Man and am up to date with Spy x Families releases andI would definitely say that they excel in their own regards! And really nice that you read HxH, I would actually wanna start it too but I don't think I have it in me to start from ch. 1 :D As of late I've only watched Summertime Render and Cyberpunk Edgerunners and Lycoris Recoil. The first 2 I'd recommend but Lycoris felt really annoying at times and had heavy feel bait imo.
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gokalp Nov 28, 2022 9:27 AM
thank you sm!! <33
Accelority Oct 31, 2022 1:54 PM
Aah, no problems! And thanks for the kind words :) It was a manga i read since it released chapter one and it was the first manga where I've seen very unstereotypical representation of queer people, which really helped me through my youth! Most of the things I have rated are from when I was like 17 so maybe I look at it through pink colored glasses, nontheless a really good read! Anything you've been enjoying of late?
todiefor Oct 17, 2022 3:44 PM
that's totally true! art pop is just as versatile as any other genre, def makes u feel lots of emotions, depending on the song ofc. & no omg i've never heard of them! great name tho LOL. greatest hits is TRANSCENDENT i love the backing track omg <3 the vocals are so dreamy, too! how lovely ^_^ thank u for the rec, i will have to check out the rest of their artpop album!

and absolutely, yeah. i know it's a huge, classic anime now but it's such a quiet & unassuming story filled with moments of poignancy. everyone's arc was so well-written and made perfect sense for their characters. spike is probably one of the most interesting characters i've come across so far... he seems so carefree but that's actually the complete opposite of the truth, he's just intensely focused on one thing. i really related to that and that's why the ending was so bittersweet. like you got what you wanted but at what cost... you're gonna carry that weight. sigh! just such an amazing show all-in-all.

and yep, for sure! vinland had an incredible story that was also very poignant and melancholic. i seem to be drawn to those types of stories lately LOL but it was a ride, for sure. hope season 2 lives up to the hype <3

but yeah idk! i'll prob watch pop team epic season 2 but idk abt anything else... have any of the seasonal anime caught your eye?
todiefor Oct 5, 2022 3:14 AM
YEAH for sure! that's honestly the best part of music is that there's smth for everybody, even people who only ever listen to what's on the radio. obviously there's TONS of more interesting musicians and genres and things to experience thru music out there, and we as people are just so lucky that we get the chance to find those for ourselves and figure our what we like! music is universal <3 but you're exactly right abt art pop tbh. it's just such a special genre and honestly it really puts me at ease? it's lovely.

but yea ofc! dude the colorsssss in bebop were astounding. anytime they had like a horizon at sunset/sunrise or smth i lost my shit tbh LOL absolutely gorgeous show. dude i won't lie, i was pretty weepy with the last few episodes (especially when ed and ein left the crew T_T) but the last episode was INSANE. "you're gonna carry that weight" is probably the most poignant phrase they could've used for that episode's summation, honestly. just... WOW.

AND YESSS!! vinland was wonderful! i honestly don't even really know how to describe my feelings about it because what can i really say other than that it was just incredible, y'know? THAT ENDING TOO... WAS WILD. i can't wait for season 2 omg (ALSO amazing op/ed combos)
todiefor Oct 2, 2022 6:40 PM
omg yeah absolutely! visions is absolutely incredible, too! AND i completely agree w/ u... i don't understand why easily accessible instantly means good to most people? there's a lot of songs that are almost omnipresent that sound like complete dogshit LOL. i think twigs' fluidity and ability to adapt and björk's experience and unorthodoxy really amplify their music so that it isn't just unique but also masterful. art pop is just such an interesting genre. i really wish people would appreciate a break from tradition once in a while but sigh -_- music is a different experience for everyone, so i get why some things don't resonate but that's no reason to be a dick about stuff that you "don't get".

but yes omg! i adore cowboy bebop, ESPECIALLY the soundtrack ugh. i already love jazz and bossa nova, but honestly every piece of music in the show is so awesome? AND sets the tone perfectly like WOW. the visuals, too, are just outstanding. it's an absolute marvel ^_^
todiefor Sep 23, 2022 4:05 PM
omg no worries i completely understand! ^_^

& yes, for sure LOL honestly i do think her eccentricity adds a lot to her talent and she def overflows w/ both. her music is just incredible. not a lot of artists who can make such transcendental and yet accessible pop music. i mean there's her and twigs and... idk tbh. i would say björk but she is not super accessible LOL it's hard to get normies to give her a chance. i guess caroline polachek, too? i love her stuff
todiefor Sep 16, 2022 8:15 AM
yeah, she tried to make "global warming is good" a tagline or something for the album and she was basically trying to anthromorphize climate change "into the figure of a villainous goddess (“she's naked all the time and she's made out of ivory and oil”) whose name is a conflation of “misanthrope”"... i mean ik she always has weird ideas behind her concepts, like how kill v. maim is written from the perspective of al pachino's character in the godfather if he was a vampire who can switch genders and travel through space (at least that one is kinda fun, tho). she's a bit of a nut but she makes good music so it's whatever i suppose LOL
todiefor Sep 14, 2022 9:21 AM
ah i hope you like it! my fav song by the sugarcubes is birthday <3 their rock sound is pretty sick, even if it kinda clashes w/ björk's vocals

but yeah, for sure! i still think art angels had a better concept and execution (i mean seriously what was w/ the global warming thing, what was she trying to convey? LOL) but some of the songs were almost 🤏 on par w/ art angels.

but omg thanks! i'll follow you back rn ^_^
todiefor Sep 13, 2022 12:05 PM
omg absolutely! twigs is a phenomenal artist <33 her voice is so dreamy, it just melts everything away tbh...

but i feel that LOL i only really knew army of me before i decided to check her out in depth and i adore her work! i think my favorite album of hers is volta and my favorite song is vertebrae by vertebrae. but honestly all of her albums are just. so masterful? she's insanely talented. did you know she was in a band called The Sugarcubes back in the day? not really the same sound but they have some cool songs! & i actually hadn't listened to her new song before i read ur comment but it's INSANE... so ethereal (like all her other stuff tbh) it sounds gorgeous! just what i'd expect from her by now.

and yessss for sure... art angels is one of my favorite albums of all time. even her newest album was really good, despite everything that was going on with her at the time LOL
todiefor Sep 11, 2022 7:20 AM
awesome! thanks so much ^_^

my faves (from my own outdated list on rym lol) are probably fiona apple, bjork, grimes, charly bliss, aphex twin, cocteau twins, abba, bôa, death grips, xiu xiu, mazzy star, deftones, cibo matto, oingo boingo, gorillaz, system of a down, hole, and plenty others. i'm pretty big into art pop, new wave, and experimental music :D
todiefor Sep 10, 2022 10:35 PM
sent you a fr bc your taste in music is A1 and you seem really cool, hope that's alright 👍
Bazado Aug 22, 2022 1:50 PM
I finished the first anime you recommended. To tell you the truth, I have quite mixed feelings, but mostly it made me restless.
Let me give you a review from my perspective... The anime hooked me a lot. Each type of gem had its own nature, just like human nature. It was normal for one to be destined to a certain destiny, but still, even if they knew this, differences were made, just like in a society. "You're too useless", "you're too weak", words that continued, although that was simply how she was. And I thought quite a lot during the anime if I feel sorry for Phos... Of course I regret what happened, but I'm not sorry, the decisions weren’t for her, but for the others, to be at the level of others. In this way, she lost herself, every physical change was automatically a mental change. But the question is... was it worth it? Yes, now you’re popular, you’re useful to the respective people, whom you admire, but was it worth sacrificing your happiness? In short, changing for others doesn't bring you happiness, that's why you have to accept who you really are. And sure, you can say "with all that, she kept her goal. That of looking for a new purpose for Cinnabar". Sure, that's right, but the question is whether she's doing it now out of principle, because she promised initially, or because she really wants to, like at the beginning. Doubt comes from lack of enthusiasm, desire...
And, speaking of feelings, hypothetically speaking, if we actually took the idea of ​​"flesh, bone, soul", as it was presented, the gems representing the idea of ​​"bone" of human creation, how could feelings develop? You have surely noticed the presence of hate, love (feeling represented in the idea of ​​"I care very much strictly about the particular gem"), fear, admiration and so on, although they don’t have a soul. The only answer was that the author went on the principle that feelings aren’t concepts of the soul, but simply probable ideals of intelligence. So the question automatically comes "then what souls offer in the human component?"... So I somehow tried to think of an answer, so I
compared a thing common to the 3 concepts. And with each of them, the common thing would have been the idea of ​​death, disappearance. "Meat" would be the only one that would bring the idea of ​​"fear of death" because it is the only one that can conceive the idea of ​​pain, so that the fear of death comes only because of pain. "The bone" doesn’t even understand what death is, from what I’ve observed they see death as a combination of loneliness and disappearance, so a kind of longing. So the question is, what kind of perspective does the "soul" have on death? And from what I noticed in the last episodes, when Shiro disappeared, just like those attacked in the previous battles, Phos didn't ask the question "did he died?", but "did he return home". So I thought that, in fact, souls don't even die in battles, but return home, they can’t be killed physically. So death, for souls, is inner peace, just like it happened with Shiro, so maybe for them death isn’t a negative concept, but maybe even a goal. So, in conclusion, the soul offers man the true concept of death, such as eternal inner peace, but we conceive it as a negative thing because of the pain, caused by "flesh", and the loneliness and disappearance, caused by "bones".
And of course, questions arise... and for every answer I find, comes another question.
"Why do souls fight with bones?"
"Is the master a gem or is he actually the only man who possesses all 3 concepts?"
And so on. Honestly, some ideas I can't even put into words, they’re just some philosophical feelings in my brain.
And besides everything I wrote above, it’s the best anime with CGI animation that I have seen. And at the same time, it gives me Yuri vibes, what do you think? I haven't seen anything official though.

The anime definitely makes you think, in a philosophical way, it depends on you how much you want to understand.