Anime (NO HOMO)

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Postby Clancy Stein » Tue Dec 10, 13 9:23 pm

Fooly Cooly anyone? Very artsy, goes for being a motion manga at parts. Pretty out there
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Postby The RZA » Sat Dec 14, 13 10:07 am

the list goes on and on and on. i have seen so much anime in my life.
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Postby Spiderbot01 » Thu Aug 07, 14 10:09 pm

Recently started watching Gurren Lagann again. Absolutely awesome - can't believe how many years since I first watched it. Shame the subs I found online aren't as good as they once were.

Also sup everyone.
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Postby Aidan » Mon Oct 06, 14 8:51 am

Spiderbot01 wrote:Recently started watching Gurren Lagann again. Absolutely awesome - can't believe how many years since I first watched it. Shame the subs I found online aren't as good as they once were.

Also sup everyone.



I just finished Gurren Lagann some days ago. Great stuff.


I've been watching a ton lately. Finished Hunter x Hunter 2011 (fantastic), Akame ga Kill!, Btooom!, Accel World, I watched all Fairy Tale episodes, Catching up on Jo Jo's, watching SAO II. Oh yeah I also finished FMA:B a long while ago and it was a LOT better than the '03 version. Watched about 14 Gintama episodes; it's pretty funny.

Gave Bleach a shot and watched three episodes; that was enough for a lifetime, thanks. On the flipside, Currently giving One Piece a shot, and it really isn't that bad. On ep15 out of six-hundred-and-something. Enjoying it so far.

Also, James, edit my txt pls. Need good material on my "to watch" list.

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I HAVE WATCHED:
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Dragon Ball
Dragon Ball Z
Full Metal Alchemist (2003)
Full Metal Alchemist Brotherhood
D-Grey Man
Black Lagoon
Code Geaus
Death Note
Kaze No Stigma
Speed Grapher
Ouran Highschool Host Club
Soul Eater
Angel Beats
Darker Than Black
Vandread
Guilty Crown
Baka and Test (finish s2)
Naruto
Trinity Blood
Btooom! (Might be season 2)
Accel World (May be season 2 one day)
Hunter x Hunter (2011)
Gurren Lagann


CURRENTLY WATCHING   
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Attack on Titan (wait for season 2)
Fairytale (ongoing) ep202
Naruto Shippudden (ongoing)
Akame ga Kill! (ongoing)
Ginatma
Sword Art Online (ongoing) s2
Ghost In The Shell: SAO ep4
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure
Clannad
.hack//Sign  ep4
One Piece


I HAVE NOT & NEED TO WATCH:
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Monster
Beserk
eyeshield 21
kuroko's basket
dot.hack
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Postby James » Mon Oct 06, 14 11:41 am

watch some good movies like Garden of Words and Girl who Lept Through Time

also happy belated birthday
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Postby Aidan » Mon Oct 06, 14 6:18 pm

Added to my list, and thanks. What have you all been up to? It's been a while.

Also, RWBY is the pinnacle of autism.
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Postby Clancy Stein » Thu Oct 09, 14 10:24 pm

Has no one here heard of Hiyao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli films? These are the quintessential anime of our time imho.

See:

Ponyo
Spirited Away
Howl's Moving Castle
The Secret World of Arietty
My Neighbor Totoro
Kiki's Delivery Service
Princess Monoke

These are Modern classics
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Postby James » Fri Oct 10, 14 12:28 am

Hiyao Miyazaki's basically mainstream dude. Even if you've not heard of him, seen any of his films or his studio, you're bound to recognise his movie titles or at least characters like Totoro.

My favourite films by Miyazaki are easily Porco Rosso and his adaptation of Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind.
The former is what I consider to be his best but not his most defining which I think is My Neighbour Tororo.
The latter on the other hand is not only extremely entertaining, but its impact on the animation industry was important and kick-started the careers of many talented animators (including Miyazaki's famous protege; Hideaki Anno, of Gunbuster and Neon Genesis Evangelion fame). While Nausicaä may be an adaptation it is easily next to most influential anime in the last 30 years to the industry itself, as NGE is to fans and Akira is to the western hemisphere.

While the next two people I mention are no-where on the same level as Miyazaki for their achievements, Satoshi Kon and Mamoru Hosoda are wonderful anime film directors and animators. I really recommend Paprika and The Girl Who Leapt Through Time.
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Postby ynnaD » Mon Oct 13, 14 2:08 pm

I'm not usually one for anime, but i seen a few trailers of Attack on Titan which have interested me
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Postby Clancy Stein » Sat Nov 08, 14 12:07 pm

I recently saw Paprika and The Girl Who Leapt Thru Time on Youtube and they're amazingly trippy. I want Paprika in hi def for sure.

The other day I watched a random anime on youtube called Summer Days with Coo that was really awesome.
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Postby James » Sat Nov 08, 14 5:57 pm

www.nyaa.se dont stream anime dude just get this

and yeh Summer days is Hosoda's (same guy as Girl who leapt through yadda), if you're looking for other popular stuff "JIN-ROH Wolf Brigade" is rly good.
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Postby ynnaD » Tue Nov 11, 14 2:35 pm

Finally downloaded Death Note myself, havn't gotten round to watching it yet though
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Postby Aidan » Tue Nov 18, 14 4:48 am

ynnaD wrote:Finally downloaded Death Note myself, havn't gotten round to watching it yet though


Death Note is very good. You'll also like Attack on Titan Danny m8. Also, if you're watching Anime, watch is sub; the original voice acting is so much better than dub.


In other news, new Akame today. Totally saw this death coming (already revealed in the manga anyway).
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Postby Aidan » Fri Mar 13, 15 1:34 am

I enjoyed Clannad Afterstory
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Postby ynnaD » Fri Mar 13, 15 6:14 pm

Finished the first season of Sword Art Online, awesome
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Postby Aidan » Sun May 03, 15 1:20 am

I finally got around to making a MAL @ http://myanimelist.net/animelist/Xenzu

Welp, I'm going full Otaku, and also have been watching a lot of Ecchi. Finished Kiss X Sis (which I loved, also, awesome credit music btw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2J4fKj8P9WI ), and was disappointed that Yosuga no Sora is drastically slower paced. Watching B Gata as soon I'm I'm done that.

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If you like SAO, check out Log Horizon (which is a lot better/portrays the Video Game Reality concept better imo).

Also, another one you'll probably like a lot is "Fate/Zero" (watch first) and "Fate/Stay Night" (Unlimited Bladeworks Version). It's some pretty good stuff, although Fate/Zero is more about the better story, and "Fate/Stay Night" is more about the Effects and Visuals (don't get me wrong, Fate/Zero still looks incredibly good and both are made by the same studio 'Ufotable').

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