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Days: 4.3
Mean Score: 6.58
  • Total Entries13
  • Rewatched0
  • Episodes245
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Araburu Kisetsu no Otome-domo yo.
Araburu Kisetsu no Otome-domo yo.
Sep 21, 6:21 PM
Completed 12/12 · Scored 3
Sayonara no Asa ni Yakusoku no Hana wo Kazarou
Sayonara no Asa ni Yakusoku no Hana wo Kazarou
Jun 20, 6:38 PM
Watching 1/1 · Scored 5
ReLIFE: Kanketsu-hen
ReLIFE: Kanketsu-hen
Jun 9, 4:43 PM
Completed 4/4 · Scored 6
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Days: 1.7
Mean Score: 8.50
  • Total Entries4
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  • Chapters312
  • Volumes15
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ReLIFE
ReLIFE
Jun 11, 7:58 AM
Completed 237/237 · Scored 8
Orange
Orange
May 20, 11:18 AM
Completed 31/31 · Scored -
Nigeru wa Haji daga Yaku ni Tatsu
Nigeru wa Haji daga Yaku ni Tatsu
Apr 27, 8:57 PM
Reading 44/? · Scored 9

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DannyTheDonkey Aug 31, 9:21 AM
Hold on. Wha.. I did not review Kimi no Nawa. I also don't remember plot convenient regarding scene involving cellphone although there's few scene revolving it, which one you're referring to?
arne0 Aug 24, 1:13 AM
Perfect review on Araburu Kisetsu no Otome domo yo
RebelPanda Jun 28, 8:12 PM
Glad you found it helpful. I was enjoying it for a few episodes too, then it became too hard to ignore the problems.
NalarueAni Jun 25, 6:02 PM
It's a pretty good anime so far. I like how raw it is; I'd call it a "show, don't tell" anime because of the lack of narration and not a whole lot of dialogue. And in my opinion, I think the art style fits perfectly for the creep-factor the anime is going for. It's not exactly horror, but some parts really gave me the chills. If you're interested in technology-driven dementia anime, I definitely recommend this one.
NalarueAni Jun 22, 8:49 PM
I like Dororo so far. I think it's so cute to see Hyakkimaru learn to interact with people as a normal person while also being a badass at the same time. I didn't realize it at first, but the story was originally created by Osamu Tezuka. I love his work so much, and Dororo is no exception. It's such a lovely story.
NalarueAni Jun 20, 10:33 PM
I haven't seen ReLIFE yet, but I've heard a lot of great things about it. I've been wanting to watch it for a while now, but I keep getting distracted by other anime (oops - XD)

Also I'm so so sorry for such a late reply! I took on a second job as a camp counselor with two of my best friends as well as my boyfriend at the beginning of this month, so working's got me busy 40-60 hours every week. I haven't been able to be online or watch much anime lately because of the chaos. I've cut back some of my availability for the other job, so I've been able to relax a little bit and get back into the anime grind :P

Anyways, once I finish Dororo and Serial Experiments Lain, I'll definitely give some of your recommendations a try!
NalarueAni May 29, 4:36 PM
I haven't seen Net-juu no Susume yet, but it sounds interesting. I did see Wotakoi, and I absolutely loved that one.

I personally enjoy romance stories about adult couples a lot more than stories about high school couples. High school romance anime is always so over-dramatic and over-fantasized. All logic is thrown out the window and it's mostly nothing but dumbass misunderstandings that could 100% be resolved in any real life scenario. And don't get me started on reverse harem.

I think it really all comes down to my age. I'm 19 and in college. I've matured past wanting to see romance stories that have a 80:20 comedy to romance ratio. I don't want to see a romance that's episodic, I want to see development and the characters growing. Both Wotakoi and Say "I Love You" both did amazing jobs with executing the type of romance I enjoy watching.
NalarueAni May 25, 8:45 PM
I'm glad you liked it! It really does meet my standards when it comes to a good romance story. Even with the stereotypes, the author did an amazing job turning them into something unique and dynamic. The character development was definitely the best part of the whole anime. In most romance stories nowadays, there's no story/character development at all, and if there is any, the characters revert back to their normal selves at the start of the next episode. It's like a never ending cycle of the same stuff happening over and over again. But Say "I Love You" stayed true with the development and I loved that.

I'm always so iffy on romance anime now because of all the horrible ones I've seen in the past. I tried watching Kaguya-sama: Love is War, but after watching the first two episodes, I had to drop it. I could already tell the anime would be an episodic mess and that the characters would probably not even end up together in the end anyway. Basically from what I saw the two main characters are in love with each other, but neither of them will admit it because of this stupid rule they follow that "the first who confesses loses". Then they try to find ways to get the other person to confess their love and... I just couldn't deal with it.

When I watch romance I want it to be dramatized, but realistic and logical. You're never gonna see a pair of people having a competition as to who can get the other to confess their love first. It's so stupid, and I can't believe the anime was praised as much as it was. I even saw that it was called the "Death Note of Romance"... like what????
NalarueAni May 21, 10:03 AM
Speaking of romance, have you seen Say "I Love You"? It's probably my absolute favorite romance/slice of life anime out there.
NalarueAni May 21, 9:59 AM
Definitely agree with you on the point you made about deception. They were my favorite episodes as well, because it went as the synopsis said it would. Having it completely turn into a story surrounding Shuurei's goal to be a government official was such a huge disappointment for me. I decided to watch it for romance, not political talk. I think I remember a huge amount of the plot involved Shuurei and Ryuuki avoiding each other as well. It was so dumb.

Exactly. I also hated how Tenma automatically assumed Harima was dating any female he had an innocent conversation with, then continued to believe so even after both parties denied it. That trope as a whole is one I despise. Characters in anime constantly bothering other characters for the "juicy details" on their relationship with someone they're not even dating is so over-persistent and annoying. I don't understand why it's so hard to trust their friends when they say they're not in a relationship with a specific person. If something like that were to happen to me in real life, it would piss me off sooooo much, especially since I have a lot of guy friends who are just friends.

I haven't seen Snow White or Gekkan yet, but they're both on my plan to watch list. I've heard good things about both of them, so I'll be sure to check them out after I finish what I'm currently watching!
NalarueAni May 17, 7:39 PM
Same here. It's a major pet peeve of mine, especially when it comes to romance anime. If "romance" is labeled as a genre of an anime then I expect there to be a couple, or at the very least a pair of characters who become a couple. I don't think Shuurei and the prince ever became a couple by the end of Sainukoku Monogatari, there was just some rare cases of one-sided flirtatious advances and that was it.

Another anime that really pissed me off with the same issue was School Rumble. It's about this girl named Temna who has a crush on a boy named Kurasuma but is too scared to admit her feelings. Then there's a guy named Harima who likes Tenma but is too scared to admit HIS feelings as well. The entire anime (which was two 26-episode seasons by the way) was a train wreck of misunderstandings and interruptions. I hate that so much.

An anime is fine if there's only one or two moments where the main characters miss their chance to confess their love but then everything is resolved by the end of the anime and the two go their separate ways or they end up together. But when the same thing keeps happening over and over again, it gets so annoying.

On the bright side, the comedy was pretty good. That's the only reason I didn't drop the show.
NalarueAni May 15, 8:45 PM
I've also noticed that a lot of anime on this website have a synopsis that basically only states what's going to happen in the first couple of episodes and then after that the anime goes in a complete different direction. I don't remember much about Saiunkoku Monogatari since I watched it years ago, but I went into the anime thinking it would be about what the synopsis said it was going to be about. Then after about 10 episodes it turned into an anime about the main character trying to be the first female government official or something. It was so dumb.

The second season wasn't any better either. You should probably drop it at this point because it's only going to get even more boring lol

Nice to meet you by the way!
stand May 13, 3:40 PM
I didn't know that a ~14 year old school girl needed to undergo an Ash Lynx level transformation for her to have some validity and not be a "Mary-sue". lmao