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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.
    Try Violet Evergarden. Story in a nutshell:

    Clannad: "I'm the saddest, most emotional tear-jerker ever!!!"

    Violet Evergarden: ".... hold my typewriter"
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    #explainananimeplotbadly Horny virgin joins club full of big tiddy thots in order to have an orgy....wait...that's the actual plot?

    Since their gods does that make it not child porn?
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    Posted on 20:56:53 - 23/03/18 (6 years ago)
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    Ajin: demi human is a pretty good series I definitely recommend it.

    Another one on Netflix was about hitmen hataka something ramen it's also fairly good. I watched up to what netflix had. Currently on dragon ball super as well. It's s shame tomorrow is the last episode. Seems to me it's going to be a fast ending. Not much of an ending story like you know at least have an episode or two after the tournament ends wtf
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    Posted on 01:14:17 - 25/03/18 (6 years ago)
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    Oregon uses anime in new campaign

    https://youtu.be/XXRBLyQQ78A

    https://traveloregon.com/only-slightly-exaggerated/

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    Posted on 23:23:39 - 26/03/18 (6 years ago)
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    I love Dragon Ball, Gundam, Cowboy Bebop, Hell Teacher Nube, Naruto, Psyren and many more old animes. ;)
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    Posted on 12:46:36 - 03/04/18 (6 years ago)
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    List of anime I'm actively watching atm and liking so far:

    Death March to a Parallel World Rhapsody

    The Ancient Magus' Bride

    My Hero Academia.

    Rokka - Braves of the Six Flowers

    Interviews with Monster Girls

    Yona of the Dawn

    Time of Eve

    Bungo Stray Dogs

    Restaurant to Another World

    Lord Marksman and Vanadis

    The Royal Tutor
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    Posted on 13:05:57 - 03/04/18 (6 years ago)
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    Totemo [2096027]

    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.
    Regarding anime that make you think about the cost of war and the madness behind it, mentioning Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood is a must. The first animation was good as well, but the remake with Brotherhood hit really close to home when someone shoots an innocent child in public just to start a rebellion. It tells about cruelty, revenge and despair in the face of a great loss.

    Of course this show made me cry a lot.

    Let's say it like this: if you have seen FMA, you'll cry seeing this picture.

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    Posted on 13:16:43 - 03/04/18 (6 years ago)
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    Totemo [2096027]

    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.

    Luzyfer [2067828]

    Regarding anime that make you think about the cost of war and the madness behind it, mentioning Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood is a must. The first animation was good as well, but the remake with Brotherhood hit really close to home when someone shoots an innocent child in public just to start a rebellion. It tells about cruelty, revenge and despair in the face of a great loss.

    Of course this show made me cry a lot.

    Let's say it like this: if you have seen FMA, you'll cry seeing this picture.

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    Posted on 13:57:55 - 03/04/18 (6 years ago)
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    While I'm here I suppose I'll give some short, recent thoughts on animu I've watched and been watching.



    Hakata Tonkotsu Ramens and Killing Bites both finished, I really enjoyed both. Record of Grancrest War entered it's second act, so far having fun.



    Watched No Game No Life and that was easily the most fun I've had in a long time. Zany and weird but very enjoyable. Shame it's not getting a second season.



    Dagashi Kashi is nice, just a good old slice of life promocational about food and fun.



    EDIT



    Gegege no Kitaro is also starting out amusingly.
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    Posted on 14:42:09 - 03/04/18 (6 years ago)
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    Totemo [2096027]

    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.

    Luzyfer [2067828]

    Regarding anime that make you think about the cost of war and the madness behind it, mentioning Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood is a must. The first animation was good as well, but the remake with Brotherhood hit really close to home when someone shoots an innocent child in public just to start a rebellion. It tells about cruelty, revenge and despair in the face of a great loss.

    Of course this show made me cry a lot.

    Let's say it like this: if you have seen FMA, you'll cry seeing this picture.

    she had a messed up dad

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    Scootaloo [1590427]

    While I'm here I suppose I'll give some short, recent thoughts on animu I've watched and been watching.



    Hakata Tonkotsu Ramens and Killing Bites both finished, I really enjoyed both. Record of Grancrest War entered it's second act, so far having fun.



    Watched No Game No Life and that was easily the most fun I've had in a long time. Zany and weird but very enjoyable. Shame it's not getting a second season.



    Dagashi Kashi is nice, just a good old slice of life promocational about food and fun.



    EDIT



    Gegege no Kitaro is also starting out amusingly.
    No game no life is getting a second season. They actually plan on it being released this year.

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    Scootaloo [1590427]

    While I'm here I suppose I'll give some short, recent thoughts on animu I've watched and been watching.



    Hakata Tonkotsu Ramens and Killing Bites both finished, I really enjoyed both. Record of Grancrest War entered it's second act, so far having fun.



    Watched No Game No Life and that was easily the most fun I've had in a long time. Zany and weird but very enjoyable. Shame it's not getting a second season.



    Dagashi Kashi is nice, just a good old slice of life promocational about food and fun.



    EDIT



    Gegege no Kitaro is also starting out amusingly.

    jatada [1922561]

    No game no life is getting a second season. They actually plan on it being released this year.
    Source? I searched for information regarding it but all that turned up was "No"

     

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    for those that are interested - - have a Sword Art Online sig auction going on atm on the graphics forum.

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    Tokyo Ghoul season 3 trailer is out!

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    Naruto is pretty good.
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    Totemo [2096027]

    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.

    Luzyfer [2067828]

    Regarding anime that make you think about the cost of war and the madness behind it, mentioning Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood is a must. The first animation was good as well, but the remake with Brotherhood hit really close to home when someone shoots an innocent child in public just to start a rebellion. It tells about cruelty, revenge and despair in the face of a great loss.

    Of course this show made me cry a lot.

    Let's say it like this: if you have seen FMA, you'll cry seeing this picture.

    her father could give us what we have always craved for: domesticated cat girls

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    Posted on 17:32:41 - 09/04/18 (6 years ago)
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    I started Anime with Dragonball, Digimon, Pokemon, Power Stone, Sailormoon, Wedding Peach, DoReMi

    My alltime favorite is Trigun and close behind this Cowboy Bebop

    at the Moment I have only time for one Anime: Black Clover
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    Wolfsherz [2110601]

    I started Anime with Dragonball, Digimon, Pokemon, Power Stone, Sailormoon, Wedding Peach, DoReMi

    My alltime favorite is Trigun and close behind this Cowboy Bebop

    at the Moment I have only time for one Anime: Black Clover
    "My alltime favorite is Trigun"



    Good taste

     

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    Posted on 03:24:42 - 10/04/18 (6 years ago)
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    one piece !

    i wonder when this anime will end. now episode 831.
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