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Anime Stats
Days: 245.5
Mean Score: 6.48
  • Total Entries617
  • Rewatched279
  • Episodes14,661
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Dr. Stone
Dr. Stone
Nov 19, 3:53 PM
Watching 20/24 · Scored 7
Made in Abyss
Made in Abyss
Nov 19, 3:00 PM
Completed 13/13 · Scored 7
Aishen Qiaokeli-ing...
Aishen Qiaokeli-ing...
Nov 17, 5:52 PM
Watching 5/15 · Scored 6
Manga Stats
Days: 6.7
Mean Score: 7.15
  • Total Entries34
  • Reread2
  • Chapters476
  • Volumes106
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Nov 17, 12:00 PM
Plan to Read · Scored -
Zero no Tsukaima
Zero no Tsukaima
Nov 17, 11:59 AM
Plan to Read · Scored -
Nov 17, 11:52 AM
Plan to Read · Scored -


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EmperorKaido Nov 17, 7:20 PM
No problem. I'm currently loving Maison Ikkoku so I had to add you after seeing your profile picture.
unimportantuser Nov 16, 8:35 AM
Yeah, they're releasing these so called "Collectors Editions" of the Manga. Viz has recently been re-releasing Urusei Yatsura, & if that's anything to go off, it'll probably 2-in-1s. But so far, nothing has been revealed other than the release date.
unimportantuser Nov 16, 6:02 AM
I tried reading the manga. But the scans I used were so bad that I just couldn't deal with it. Thankfully, Viz Media is re-releasing the Manga (in the U.S) come summer of 2020. So I'm waiting it out for that so I can pick it back up & read it again.

Maison Ikkoku has always struggled here in the U.S, both the anime & manga. The first time the anime was released here, Viz released the series on I think 2 episode VHS tapes, but they stopped doing that after episode 64. Then come 2002, Inuyasha explodes in popularity over-here, so Viz decides to give the anime a second chance, this also didn't work out well since the DVD box sets they released were released in very limited quantities, meaning very few people were able to get their hands on the series to begin with. The manga has fared a little better, but it's still been out of print for a decade or so.
unimportantuser Nov 16, 5:57 AM
Thanks for the friend request!
unimportantuser Nov 15, 8:02 PM
Yeah. Even with all the copy-cats that have spawned since. None of them really capture the same feels or basically anything else Maison Ikkoku had. I wish Rumiko Takahashi would've made more stories in a similar vein to it. Not so much romantic stories, more so realistic narratives. But sadly that never happened
unimportantuser Nov 14, 7:02 PM
Maison Ikkoku is my favorite anime. Always nice to find a fan of it