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    What are you guys current watching this season. For me it's not much. It's grancrest war, beatless, killing bites, darling in the franxx, seven deadly sins season 2, the silver guardian season 2, date extra last encore, the outcast season 2, overlord season 2, black clover (which I need to catch up on), and death March to the parallel world rhapsody. My favorite so far is darling in the franxx with grandest war in close second.

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    I love happy slice of life animes like madoka magica, grave of the fireflies, evanglion, things like that.

     

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    What are you guys current watching this season. For me it's not much. It's grancrest war, beatless, killing bites, darling in the franxx, seven deadly sins season 2, the silver guardian season 2, date extra last encore, the outcast season 2, overlord season 2, black clover (which I need to catch up on), and death March to the parallel world rhapsody. My favorite so far is darling in the franxx with grandest war in close second.
    Record of Grancrest War, Hakata Tonkotsu Ramens, Ito Junji: The Collection, and my favourite thus far, Killing Bites.

     

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    I havent watched as much anime as others have but my finished favourite of all time would have to be death note. had me on edge all up until it his prodigy came into play :/ then i didnt really care but finished it anyways. Favourite anime movie would have to be Kimi no na wa. had a headache or something for the 2 days that followed and sore face muscles or something from all the crying i did after watching it. Only anime thing that made me cry once only to stop for a bit then cry some more even harder. Then cry even more after finishing. Like when that movie started going for the heart strings, it just picked the mess out of all of them. Oh and i really enjoyed steins;gate.

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    I havent watched as much anime as others have but my finished favourite of all time would have to be death note. had me on edge all up until it his prodigy came into play :/ then i didnt really care but finished it anyways. Favourite anime movie would have to be Kimi no na wa. had a headache or something for the 2 days that followed and sore face muscles or something from all the crying i did after watching it. Only anime thing that made me cry once only to stop for a bit then cry some more even harder. Then cry even more after finishing. Like when that movie started going for the heart strings, it just picked the mess out of all of them. Oh and i really enjoyed steins;gate.
    The character death during the Marineford arc in One Piece was so devastating to me that I spent four days in bed crying and had to call in too depressed to go into work.

    And I knew it was coming too.
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    I havent watched as much anime as others have but my finished favourite of all time would have to be death note. had me on edge all up until it his prodigy came into play :/ then i didnt really care but finished it anyways. Favourite anime movie would have to be Kimi no na wa. had a headache or something for the 2 days that followed and sore face muscles or something from all the crying i did after watching it. Only anime thing that made me cry once only to stop for a bit then cry some more even harder. Then cry even more after finishing. Like when that movie started going for the heart strings, it just picked the mess out of all of them. Oh and i really enjoyed steins;gate.

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    The character death during the Marineford arc in One Piece was so devastating to me that I spent four days in bed crying and had to call in too depressed to go into work.

    And I knew it was coming too.
    The backstory to it was what made it worst for me, it was beautifully done but really heart wrenching at the same time.

     

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    I havent watched as much anime as others have but my finished favourite of all time would have to be death note. had me on edge all up until it his prodigy came into play :/ then i didnt really care but finished it anyways. Favourite anime movie would have to be Kimi no na wa. had a headache or something for the 2 days that followed and sore face muscles or something from all the crying i did after watching it. Only anime thing that made me cry once only to stop for a bit then cry some more even harder. Then cry even more after finishing. Like when that movie started going for the heart strings, it just picked the mess out of all of them. Oh and i really enjoyed steins;gate.
    Interesting story on the emotional response to anime. I can't say I've had a similar experience to crying for days, and god knows Studios don't dare venture into the territory of tragedy or sorrow for fear of ruining merchandising endeavours. There's been a few shows that hit me pretty hard though, never to the point of outright bawling but they left me thinking about things for a while.



    The closest I've gotten to crying would probably be this one anime which I forget the name of, but it had this scene where a mother was struggling to feed her kids. She made them dinner and one of the kids asked her why she wasn't eating and she said "I get plenty full watching you two eat" or something. That one gets me teary eyed thinking about it. Others which got me sort of sad are ToraDora, The Pet Girl of Sakurasuo, and Kokoro Connect.



    The one which hit me the hardest has to be Akame ga Kill though, not because the show was exceptional or anything, but they were just relentless in their effort to make it very, very clear that wars are costly, and you will lose people you've become very fond of in them. That was a hard thing to really understand the gravity of when I saw it, due to being mid-teens and completely oblivious to most things mournful.



    It also hammered down on a couple of other really important topics, such as the subjective nature of justice and morality, regret, penance and atonement, austerity and stoicism, liberty and tyranny, foolhardy naivity and the problems it can cause. All around good show for the portrayal of these concepts.
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    I havent watched as much anime as others have but my finished favourite of all time would have to be death note. had me on edge all up until it his prodigy came into play :/ then i didnt really care but finished it anyways. Favourite anime movie would have to be Kimi no na wa. had a headache or something for the 2 days that followed and sore face muscles or something from all the crying i did after watching it. Only anime thing that made me cry once only to stop for a bit then cry some more even harder. Then cry even more after finishing. Like when that movie started going for the heart strings, it just picked the mess out of all of them. Oh and i really enjoyed steins;gate.

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    Interesting story on the emotional response to anime. I can't say I've had a similar experience to crying for days, and god knows Studios don't dare venture into the territory of tragedy or sorrow for fear of ruining merchandising endeavours. There's been a few shows that hit me pretty hard though, never to the point of outright bawling but they left me thinking about things for a while.



    The closest I've gotten to crying would probably be this one anime which I forget the name of, but it had this scene where a mother was struggling to feed her kids. She made them dinner and one of the kids asked her why she wasn't eating and she said "I get plenty full watching you two eat" or something. That one gets me teary eyed thinking about it. Others which got me sort of sad are ToraDora, The Pet Girl of Sakurasuo, and Kokoro Connect.



    The one which hit me the hardest has to be Akame ga Kill though, not because the show was exceptional or anything, but they were just relentless in their effort to make it very, very clear that wars are costly, and you will lose people you've become very fond of in them. That was a hard thing to really understand the gravity of when I saw it, due to being mid-teens and completely oblivious to most things mournful.



    It also hammered down on a couple of other really important topics, such as the subjective nature of justice and morality, regret, penance and atonement, austerity and stoicism, liberty and tyranny, foolhardy naivity and the problems it can cause. All around good show for the portrayal of these concepts.
    Have you watched studio ghibli movies like grave of the fireflies? that one definitely made me lie down and just contemplate life. Another anime id say that does the same for me is Gintama, the majority of the time the anime is comedy but then it shows you some glimpse into the past of certain characters and it just hits you with the feels out of now where. The comedy gives you a false sense of security when the sad episode comes so to speak.

     

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    I havent watched as much anime as others have but my finished favourite of all time would have to be death note. had me on edge all up until it his prodigy came into play :/ then i didnt really care but finished it anyways. Favourite anime movie would have to be Kimi no na wa. had a headache or something for the 2 days that followed and sore face muscles or something from all the crying i did after watching it. Only anime thing that made me cry once only to stop for a bit then cry some more even harder. Then cry even more after finishing. Like when that movie started going for the heart strings, it just picked the mess out of all of them. Oh and i really enjoyed steins;gate.

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    Interesting story on the emotional response to anime. I can't say I've had a similar experience to crying for days, and god knows Studios don't dare venture into the territory of tragedy or sorrow for fear of ruining merchandising endeavours. There's been a few shows that hit me pretty hard though, never to the point of outright bawling but they left me thinking about things for a while.



    The closest I've gotten to crying would probably be this one anime which I forget the name of, but it had this scene where a mother was struggling to feed her kids. She made them dinner and one of the kids asked her why she wasn't eating and she said "I get plenty full watching you two eat" or something. That one gets me teary eyed thinking about it. Others which got me sort of sad are ToraDora, The Pet Girl of Sakurasuo, and Kokoro Connect.



    The one which hit me the hardest has to be Akame ga Kill though, not because the show was exceptional or anything, but they were just relentless in their effort to make it very, very clear that wars are costly, and you will lose people you've become very fond of in them. That was a hard thing to really understand the gravity of when I saw it, due to being mid-teens and completely oblivious to most things mournful.



    It also hammered down on a couple of other really important topics, such as the subjective nature of justice and morality, regret, penance and atonement, austerity and stoicism, liberty and tyranny, foolhardy naivity and the problems it can cause. All around good show for the portrayal of these concepts.

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    Have you watched studio ghibli movies like grave of the fireflies? that one definitely made me lie down and just contemplate life. Another anime id say that does the same for me is Gintama, the majority of the time the anime is comedy but then it shows you some glimpse into the past of certain characters and it just hits you with the feels out of now where. The comedy gives you a false sense of security when the sad episode comes so to speak.
    Howl's Moving Castle is one of my favourite movies of all time and I've been meaning to check out the one they released last year, Mary and The Witch's Flower. I'm not a fanboy by any means though, I don't religiously seek out their stuff and watch it.



    I've heard good things about Gintama but anything which puts comedy at the forefront and tries to shadow it with tragedy later is going to sound dubious. Any example you can give me? I don't mind spoilers

     

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    I havent watched as much anime as others have but my finished favourite of all time would have to be death note. had me on edge all up until it his prodigy came into play :/ then i didnt really care but finished it anyways. Favourite anime movie would have to be Kimi no na wa. had a headache or something for the 2 days that followed and sore face muscles or something from all the crying i did after watching it. Only anime thing that made me cry once only to stop for a bit then cry some more even harder. Then cry even more after finishing. Like when that movie started going for the heart strings, it just picked the mess out of all of them. Oh and i really enjoyed steins;gate.

    Scootaloo [1590427]

    Interesting story on the emotional response to anime. I can't say I've had a similar experience to crying for days, and god knows Studios don't dare venture into the territory of tragedy or sorrow for fear of ruining merchandising endeavours. There's been a few shows that hit me pretty hard though, never to the point of outright bawling but they left me thinking about things for a while.



    The closest I've gotten to crying would probably be this one anime which I forget the name of, but it had this scene where a mother was struggling to feed her kids. She made them dinner and one of the kids asked her why she wasn't eating and she said "I get plenty full watching you two eat" or something. That one gets me teary eyed thinking about it. Others which got me sort of sad are ToraDora, The Pet Girl of Sakurasuo, and Kokoro Connect.



    The one which hit me the hardest has to be Akame ga Kill though, not because the show was exceptional or anything, but they were just relentless in their effort to make it very, very clear that wars are costly, and you will lose people you've become very fond of in them. That was a hard thing to really understand the gravity of when I saw it, due to being mid-teens and completely oblivious to most things mournful.



    It also hammered down on a couple of other really important topics, such as the subjective nature of justice and morality, regret, penance and atonement, austerity and stoicism, liberty and tyranny, foolhardy naivity and the problems it can cause. All around good show for the portrayal of these concepts.

    Hanamichi [2012356]

    Have you watched studio ghibli movies like grave of the fireflies? that one definitely made me lie down and just contemplate life. Another anime id say that does the same for me is Gintama, the majority of the time the anime is comedy but then it shows you some glimpse into the past of certain characters and it just hits you with the feels out of now where. The comedy gives you a false sense of security when the sad episode comes so to speak.

    Scootaloo [1590427]

    Howl's Moving Castle is one of my favourite movies of all time and I've been meaning to check out the one they released last year, Mary and The Witch's Flower. I'm not a fanboy by any means though, I don't religiously seek out their stuff and watch it.



    I've heard good things about Gintama but anything which puts comedy at the forefront and tries to shadow it with tragedy later is going to sound dubious. Any example you can give me? I don't mind spoilers
    Describing Gintama is hard but its like a japanese Simpson in a sense. The "sad" moments that im talking about are mainly sprinkled in the background, for example the main character is a lazy good for nothing most of the time and then they show his past, how he was once a freedom fighter that fought for his people and was even called a hero by some people before. He is burned out by that now which is why hes living now how he likes which is why hes lazy and carefree all the time.

    Not really that great of an example since i havent re-watched it in a long time so i cant give better examples.

     

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    I havent watched as much anime as others have but my finished favourite of all time would have to be death note. had me on edge all up until it his prodigy came into play :/ then i didnt really care but finished it anyways. Favourite anime movie would have to be Kimi no na wa. had a headache or something for the 2 days that followed and sore face muscles or something from all the crying i did after watching it. Only anime thing that made me cry once only to stop for a bit then cry some more even harder. Then cry even more after finishing. Like when that movie started going for the heart strings, it just picked the mess out of all of them. Oh and i really enjoyed steins;gate.

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    Interesting story on the emotional response to anime. I can't say I've had a similar experience to crying for days, and god knows Studios don't dare venture into the territory of tragedy or sorrow for fear of ruining merchandising endeavours. There's been a few shows that hit me pretty hard though, never to the point of outright bawling but they left me thinking about things for a while.



    The closest I've gotten to crying would probably be this one anime which I forget the name of, but it had this scene where a mother was struggling to feed her kids. She made them dinner and one of the kids asked her why she wasn't eating and she said "I get plenty full watching you two eat" or something. That one gets me teary eyed thinking about it. Others which got me sort of sad are ToraDora, The Pet Girl of Sakurasuo, and Kokoro Connect.



    The one which hit me the hardest has to be Akame ga Kill though, not because the show was exceptional or anything, but they were just relentless in their effort to make it very, very clear that wars are costly, and you will lose people you've become very fond of in them. That was a hard thing to really understand the gravity of when I saw it, due to being mid-teens and completely oblivious to most things mournful.



    It also hammered down on a couple of other really important topics, such as the subjective nature of justice and morality, regret, penance and atonement, austerity and stoicism, liberty and tyranny, foolhardy naivity and the problems it can cause. All around good show for the portrayal of these concepts.

    Hanamichi [2012356]

    Have you watched studio ghibli movies like grave of the fireflies? that one definitely made me lie down and just contemplate life. Another anime id say that does the same for me is Gintama, the majority of the time the anime is comedy but then it shows you some glimpse into the past of certain characters and it just hits you with the feels out of now where. The comedy gives you a false sense of security when the sad episode comes so to speak.

    Scootaloo [1590427]

    Howl's Moving Castle is one of my favourite movies of all time and I've been meaning to check out the one they released last year, Mary and The Witch's Flower. I'm not a fanboy by any means though, I don't religiously seek out their stuff and watch it.



    I've heard good things about Gintama but anything which puts comedy at the forefront and tries to shadow it with tragedy later is going to sound dubious. Any example you can give me? I don't mind spoilers

    Hanamichi [2012356]

    Describing Gintama is hard but its like a japanese Simpson in a sense. The "sad" moments that im talking about are mainly sprinkled in the background, for example the main character is a lazy good for nothing most of the time and then they show his past, how he was once a freedom fighter that fought for his people and was even called a hero by some people before. He is burned out by that now which is why hes living now how he likes which is why hes lazy and carefree all the time.

    Not really that great of an example since i havent re-watched it in a long time so i cant give better examples.
    Fair enough, I'll check it out when I can be arsed, cheers.

     

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    Fair enough, I'll check it out when I can be arsed, cheers.
    When you do check it out someday just be warned though, it starts pretty slow, a pretty slow burn then pay off.

     

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    Anyone interested in starting an anime watch group with me?

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    I havent watched as much anime as others have but my finished favourite of all time would have to be death note. had me on edge all up until it his prodigy came into play :/ then i didnt really care but finished it anyways. Favourite anime movie would have to be Kimi no na wa. had a headache or something for the 2 days that followed and sore face muscles or something from all the crying i did after watching it. Only anime thing that made me cry once only to stop for a bit then cry some more even harder. Then cry even more after finishing. Like when that movie started going for the heart strings, it just picked the mess out of all of them. Oh and i really enjoyed steins;gate.

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    The character death during the Marineford arc in One Piece was so devastating to me that I spent four days in bed crying and had to call in too depressed to go into work.

    And I knew it was coming too.

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    The backstory to it was what made it worst for me, it was beautifully done but really heart wrenching at the same time.
    What kind of monster does a childhood backstory on a character right after they kill them? Oda. That's who.

    Also Gintama is hilarious
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    What kind of monster does a childhood backstory on a character right after they kill them? Oda. That's who.

    Also Gintama is hilarious
    Seeing Garp sad made cry like a baby.

     

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    What kind of monster does a childhood backstory on a character right after they kill them? Oda. That's who.

    Also Gintama is hilarious

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    Seeing Garp sad made cry like a baby.
    Reading that made me remember sad Garp and now I'm crying again
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    Mine are Yowamushi Pedal, Saiyuki Gaiden, Fullmetal and one I'm currently watching, Eromanga Sensei~

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    Mine are Yowamushi Pedal, Saiyuki Gaiden, Fullmetal and one I'm currently watching, Eromanga Sensei~
    Eromanga Sensei never got my attention, it looks like siscon schlock, which is fine but after Oreimo feels a little overdone. Anything standout in Eromanga Sensei that would convince me to watch it?

     

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    Mine are Yowamushi Pedal, Saiyuki Gaiden, Fullmetal and one I'm currently watching, Eromanga Sensei~

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    Eromanga Sensei never got my attention, it looks like siscon schlock, which is fine but after Oreimo feels a little overdone. Anything standout in Eromanga Sensei that would convince me to watch it?
    It's alright. For me, I watch it for the amusement factor. It's just very lighthearted and gives me a few chuckles. I guess if you want to destress, it's nice. They don't try hard to make it serious like some animes do, which helps with the light hearted part of the plot anyways.

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