I'm a bisexual-homoromantic Hungarian guy from the Netherlands, who likes Nintendo games, animes and japanese music.
I watch animes since August 2006. The first big impact was the Kaleido Star. It made me big anime fan, and Yonekura Chihiro was the first singer, whom I've heard, and she made me to listen to japanese music. The huge impact in japanese music was Hayashibara Megumi for me. I will never forget those sleepless nights, when I couldn't get enough of listening to her songs, such as Give a reason, Northern lights or Reflection. Since this, I'm a huge fan of her music. And I like Hayashibara Megumi as seiyuu as well. Her funny and powerful voice made me ultimate anime fan. In japanese music, I also like Okui Masami very much, JAM Project, FLOW, Suara as well.
It was interesting to realize that I saw the first anime in about 1992, when the "Tanoshii Moomin Ikka" was in the hungarian TV channel. The opening and ending was in japanese, and I couldn't imagine with my 6 years old mind how might those characters been said. I used to learn Japanese, but now I became inactive, because, I'm focused to German and Dutch. Language learning is one of my hobby, since September 2020, I go to a university, where I learn Dutch studies (language, history, literature, culture...). And now I can study it from the direct nearness. ^^
Basically I don't have favorite anime genres. I'm "character-centric". I saw good stories more times in an anime, but the characters weren't fit to the story, and I couldn't identify with their happenings or daily life. So, the personality matters. I like slice of life animes. Jokes can make the animes great. I like debil humors, which makes the anime characters a bit silly. But I like to identify with emotions. Authentic emotions also make the animes great. Favorite anime? Haikyuu!!, there's no doubt about it. There are many great animes, which I'm pleased to watch anytime, and I will never forget, but Haikyuu!! is above of every single animes.
Despite of my gay side is stronger, I am quite new in BL-animes. I still think, those are for fujoshis. There are some BL mangas, which I can praise, my persoal favorite is the "Hidamari ga Kikoeru", "Kimi to Natsu no Naka" or "Bokura no Negai" and some BL animes, like "Hitorijime My Hero" or "Given" is very good, otherwise, I still think, the Shounen ai is not a gay genre.
Otherwise, I like video games, especially Mario games. I'm also Harry Potter fan, and my musical taste is extended. I like rock music, but sometimes I'm pleased to listen to dance songs. I like emotionally deep songs, which I need to think about, this is why one of my favorite Japanese singer is Suara, whom I just call the queen of the ballads.
Favorite sports: Volleyball, Tennis, winter sports.
Personality: INFJ-A 6w5 692 53% SX / 33% SP / 13% SO True Neutral
Spoken languages: Hungarian (native), English (B2), German (B1), Dutch (B1), Japanese (N5-N4)
1st completed anime: Kaleido Star
500th completed anime: Ansatsu Kyoushitsu 2nd season.
600th completed anime: A3: Act! Addict! Actors! Season Autumn & Winter
700th completed anime: Free! Movie 4: The Final Stroke - Zenpen
750th completed anime: Utawarerumono: Futari no Hakuoro
All Comments (175) Comments
I think Shindo looks like he can fit in a lot of different genres as a side character. He makes me feel relaxed too, which is why I was sad when he got sick in the last few episodes.
Right! Ouji! I'd forgotten his name. He was really fun! He also looks like a BL character. lol
I also really liked Kakeru. And the way he grows after meeting his team. I think the otaku was a fun character too, but I can't recall him that well.
I love "Kaze ga Tsuyoku Fuiteiru." Most of my favourite sports anime is less about the sports, and more about the characters and their actions. Haiji's race, though! I could actually feel his aching knee!
Thank you. I randomly decided to draw a webcomic style profile as an experiment. haha I wasn't sure it would actually work!
Ah, Production IG! Their animation and art are just brilliant! Sometimes, even when I don't like an anime they've made, I have to begrudgingly admit that the animation is quite high quality!
I had the luck that I watched Gintama with the inner jokes and references explained, so I understood them all. I always remember when they mentioned a Japanese presenter who was attacked twice by lions on the same day, though I can´t remember her name.
For real? I think watching one per day is more relaxed than reading or watching ten episodes or chapters in one day. But, everyone has their own ways. So, no judging.
The longest anime I watched was Gintama. At first, I was a little bit worried because of its length. But, because my college was on strike, I decided to watch it. Best decision ever.
Not that I dislike long anime, but I have been more into anime with a shorter amounto of episodes. They are easier to follow. I just finished Made in Abyss. Plus, my schedule changes a lot.
I love how much of a baby brother Kageyama is sometimes hahaha. But I especially love how much he changed in Karasuno, that panel of him saying he wanted to keep playing with the team in the nationals hits really hard.
I love the Ita trio too. I think Ennoshita and Kinoshita had a lot of character development and had way more relevancy than Narita; he was the most ignored one, though he played in several matches.
Have you finished it? Did you like it? The author has several interesting mangas, such as Konya mo Nemurenai. I love that one too, is really funny.