Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by W0AHD00D, Sep 6, 2016.
I've been watching aggretsuko on netflix
AGGRETSUKO IS SOOOO GREAT
ok so i just started this today and i can't stop
EDIT: and just like that, Season 1 was over. better watch it again...
I recently finished Asura Cryin'. I'm watching Tokyo Ghoul: RE and Lostorage Conflated WIXOSS as new episodes come out. I plan to watch Re:ZERO soon.
Why are you showing me things that I will want to buy? ;-.-
I've been looking at some manga recently. Right now, Battle Royale. Pretty awesome. I can't imagine how this main character is going to win with his "have hope" ideal. the Kiriyama slaughterfest ensues.
Kamisama Kiss!! aka Kamisama Hajimemashita
One of my favorites. (Can you tell? What gave it away?)
Unfortunately the two anime seasons only cover volumes 1-11 of the manga (which is 25 volumes long!) But I still adore it. Tomoe is such a DREAMBOAT!! <3 <3 <3
Sega should have made an anime about the Phantasy star universe and not about playing the game. I know they wanted to make it about PSO2 so to promote the game. But there's a good story in PSO. It could have covered Coral and Pioneer1 moving on to Pioneer2 and even the hinted Pioneer3. There's enough story to have made 100's of episodes. instead of the dozen that the PSO2 anime has.
idk what took me so long, but i just began Inuyasha
I just re-watched the entire Gundam Wing series for the first time since I was 12, and I took time to process it all. I remembered it all wrong. I thought it was just cool robot battles and romance.
The thing is, there is no romance for one, that was the biggest like, revelation. I'm honestly not sure why I remembered there being one to begin with. Also, these aren't "Cool Robot Battles", a lot of it is actually really horrifying when you think about it. The whole thing is a cautionary tale. PTSD. Drone Warfare. Artificial Intelligence. Pros and Cons of Revolutionaries. Fighting for Peace. Fighting for War. Fighting for Profit. The Manipulators and the Subservient. War Politics. By the end of it, just about every line is blurred, you don't know who's side you're on anymore. I guess everyone's side. You want them all to stop, you want them to be okay.
I was actually caught off guard by how little action there was, and that's probably how they get away with using a lot of the same animation repeatedly. A lot of the combat is flip/rotated and reused, but the fights are completely character driven, and the combat only serves to reinforce the characters. But there is never like, flashy, excessive combat for the sake of having flashy excessive combat like you see in a lot of modern Anime. I can't recall what happened in specific fight scenes, but I could tell you about the trauma, and the hardships the characters were dealing with at the time, and that's why this was a successful series.
It was very compelling, considering I can actually grasp the material now, unlike when I was 12. Why were they marketing this to me when I was 12? It went completely over my head, and I really appreciate it now.
(also, robots are fucking cool)
why hasnt anyone said they're watching middle manager tonegawa, anime of the season
Isekai Maou to Shoukan Shoujo no Dorei Majutsu for the "plot" obviously.
where else would i put this
Lostorage Conflated WIXOSS
Asura Cryin' 2
Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood
Plan to watch in the near future:
Dragon Ball Super
DARLING in the FRANXX
I never watched Inuyasha from the beginning like I said in a previous post, although that does sound like a good idea after I clear up my queue again.
darling in the franxx is garbage
I just started watching Sword Art Online on Netflix this week. I'm 9 episodes deep. HOW HAVE I NOT BEEN WATCHING THIS!!!
Currently watching Attack on Titan season 3 and Dragon Ball Super
Started watching Asobi Asobase and it's really funny - highly recommend if you like comedy.
kakegurui sucks should've watched kaiji and middle manager tonegawa
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