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Anime Stats
Days: 174.3
Mean Score: 6.81
  • Total Entries720
  • Rewatched73
  • Episodes10,839
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Urara Meirochou
Urara Meirochou
Jun 29, 2017 1:39 PM
Completed 12/12 · Scored 7
Kimi no Na wa.
Kimi no Na wa.
Jun 5, 2017 6:22 AM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 8
Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon
Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon
Jun 3, 2017 12:42 PM
Completed 13/13 · Scored 8
Manga Stats
Days: 12.7
Mean Score: 7.76
  • Total Entries22
  • Reread2
  • Chapters2,163
  • Volumes244
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Dec 15, 2011 4:04 PM
Dropped 4/66 · Scored -
Haruka na Machi e
Haruka na Machi e
Dec 12, 2011 4:20 PM
Completed 16/16 · Scored 9
Yotsuba to!
Yotsuba to!
Dec 8, 2011 7:40 PM
Reading 76/? · Scored 9


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Clossd May 20, 2014 8:42 AM
It's anime, not animes ;)
bakaboy Feb 1, 2013 2:58 PM
lol well, anyone who had multi. similar tastes, but oh yeah, Genshiken was def. a big factor haha, glad you accepted! (course, your profile pic was what won it for you lol)
hamaon Feb 21, 2012 8:09 PM
Ah, cool! Nice to see parents taking an interest in anime. How're they liking it anyway?
(Also, they aren't very sensitive/conservative people are they? The first episode of season 2 of Sherlock features a professed lesbian dominatrix- not that we see any of that- and some non-explicit nudity, and it'd be a shame for that to turn them off the series for good. Kind of doubt it'd be an issue, but just in case.)
hamaon Feb 9, 2012 7:00 PM
Fine by me, but if you can honestly sit through the final episode and dislike it, you have no soul; that's all I going to say there. ...Though then again, you did put that face on a Pikachu, so who knows~ ;)

And eh, more or less. I think I watched a bit too much of the stuff last year and got a little burnt out, so I'm taking a slight breather and catching up on my backlog for some of my other hobbies.

And while we're talking about watching habits, while I can understand waiting to marathon most airing shows once they're done, what made you pick Guilty Crown of all things as one of the few shows you're keeping up with?
hamaon Feb 4, 2012 6:05 PM
Trust me, if you liked season 1, there's pretty much no way you wouldn't like the second season. The only problem I had with it was the way the cliffhanger from season 1 was resolved; not sure if we were meant to laugh or groan there. And I guess it’s a bit less funny than season 1, but it still has plenty of moments in the first two episodes and makes up for it with some pretty great drama, battles of wits, twists on the original stories, and character development. And the finale was awesome! So, uh, yeah, I kind of enjoyed it. Just a little. And I’m definitely not hyping it up so that you rush out and watch/buy it. Oh no.

And yeah, I’d heard Martin Freeman was going to be in that. Didn’t know about Benedict Cumberbatch, though. Seems like an odd role for him, but hey, what do I know. I feel like a horrible fantasy fan for this, but I honestly haven’t finished any of the LotR books or movies yet, so Wiki’s all I have to go on there.

And dude’s fine. Honestly, it’s much better than if you’d called me dudette or giiirl. Then I would’ve had to laugh at you. ;)
peresoso Feb 2, 2012 6:19 PM
Hahaha not jest, I don't like sweet things except ice-cream. But still like your "about me".
peresoso Feb 2, 2012 1:38 PM
Haha nope, actually I don't like cake.
peresoso Feb 2, 2012 12:21 PM
Haha your "about me" is awesome! Really like it.
DateYutaka Jan 20, 2012 7:37 PM
most of the time i put alot of effot in to my commets ny comments on other pepoles lits thread

referreave to you comment about about psoins on peoples wall and not in thread
novalis Jan 10, 2012 7:25 PM
I see myself staying in Korea for the next few years. Permanently? Probably not. I eventually want to get married and raise a family, and I want to do that in my home country (except if the husband turns out to be Korean... then I would stay here).

I haven't visited other Asian countries yet... but planning to go to Japan in the summer :D

I see you also rated Mawaru Penguindrum a 7. Personally, I only really enjoyed the series up to a point. Towards the end, I really started to lose interest.
timebourne Jan 10, 2012 6:23 PM
No problem ;)

Probably. Yeah, eventually they'll probably drop. Which kind of sucks because that means anime will be less interesting.

I guess so, for some people it was really melodramatic. I was ensnared however, so I was swept away by the current so to speak haha.
That is correct. I actually haven't experienced too many tsunderes so I'm fine with *some*. I don't like Shana from Shakugan no Shana(I'm forced to watch it though so I have no choice :/) I like Taiga, Louise, and I'm blanking on the rest. I love Zero no Tsukaima for it's cheesiness because it's the type of cheesiness I *want*. I enjoy it's ridiculousness haha. (Watched Zero no Tsukaima F episode one yesterday. While the plot is ridiculously cliche I love it because it is so cliche. The whole point of ZnT is cliches!)
Oh you dropped Railgun...oh well. I kind of liked Kuroko. She was pretty annoying but sometimes she was really funny. Mikoto is bomb. Oh and technically she is a tsundere but it barely pops up because there's more action than romance. Actually the romance is practically nonexistant. Which proceeded to disappoint me further -.-

I guess it just wasn't for you then haha. It's a really fast paced anime so I would understand how the jokes could wear off.

XD You're welcome I guess.

So at the end, to each his own. We have pretty different opinions but I respect your taste in anime ;)
NeverKnowsBest26 Jan 10, 2012 9:27 AM
Well, direction wise, Utena and Penguindrum are very similar. They are both symbolic and allegorical with plenty of whimsy to spare. However, Utena is the more focused; ultimately superior. Where Penguindrum seemed to freely float around in its whimsy; Utena has clearly defined arcs. Where Penguindrum's characters were likable and interesting; Utena's cast is extensively fleshed out and easily one of the best (if not the best) you will find in anime. Where Penguindrum reveled a bit too much in the taboo; Utena pulls together taboo and symbolism, into an incredibly powerful final arc and conclusion.
As much as I loved Penguindrum, it is simply not on the same level as Utena.
One thing though, Utena is a deconstruction of the episodic magical girl anime of the 90's; and consequently the show itself is episodic, though that really shouldn't be too much of a bother in comparison to all it does right.
novalis Jan 9, 2012 10:01 PM
Has it already been almost a year?! o.0

I am horrible at keeping in contact sometimes... sigh. Yeah, still living and working in South Korea. Since my sister is planning on making the move soon as well, I will probably end up staying for at least a third (and possibly fourth) year. Been pretty relaxed at the moment, since it's winter vacation and I finished all my extra winter classes before New Years. Now I'm passing the time at work watching anime, and heading off to Seoul every weekend for clubbing.

I'm looking forward to next week, I have my vacation time, and I'm heading off to Thailand with a friend :D

Lol, I'm not surprised we still have high compatibility... our tastes wouldn't have changed that much in the time we haven't spoken ^_-
Saorin Mar 12, 2011 6:23 PM
Also dann hab eben ich persönlich die Erfahrung gemacht, dass es einem Großteil der männlichen Schöpfung zu "gefühlsduselig" oder "langweilig" war.
Aber umso besser, wenn du zu den andersdenken gehörst und noch andere kennst ;D

Wie gesagt, ich denke, es war ein sehr persönlicher Eindruck. Irgendwas hat sich einfach seltsam angefühlt, ich kann es schlecht ausdrücken. So, als wenn du ein Shirt trägst und du weißt, irgendwas zwickt aber du kannst es nicht ganz festlegen.
Naja, wie auch immer =D
Saorin Mar 9, 2011 11:21 AM
Na, das macht ja wohl jeder. =D

Honey und Clover war auch einfach richtig gut. Ich bin sonst kein besonderer Slice of Life Fan, weil mir viele Sachen einfach zu öde sind. Aber Honey und Clover war einfach irgendwie so realitätsnah und gut erzählt, mir super liebenswerten Charakteren, die facettenreich waren...Da fiel mir der Wertung nicht schwer. =)

Bei der 2. Season hat mir irgendwie etwas gefehlt, ich konnte aber selbst auch nicht richtig sagen was...Aber das war höchstwahrscheinlich einfach eine sehr persönliche Sache meinerseits. =)
Ist aber auch ungewöhnlich, männliche Wesen mit Honey & Clover in der Favoritenliste zu sehen, glaub ich. =)