What anime are you currently watching?

Discussion in 'Anime' started by cberg, May 23, 2016.

  1. 5oul Crusher

    5oul Crusher sinew and steel

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    Watched Spirited Away at anime club. It's our introductory anime get people to regularly show up. Then I rewatched Spirited Away because apparently my cousin hadn't seen it before. Such a classic film. I am loath to find out people haven't seen it. Anyways righted a small wrong in the world by showing a bunch of people some Studio Ghibi.
     
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    Shadow Fox Enemy of the State
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    I finished kill la kill again, lots of stuff I don't remember or forgot about so it was almost like watching it brand new again. I was watching baki and kengen asura but I had to stop because sometime half way in the second season I think for either of those they didn't have all the episodes and I don;'t know how regular they release episodes. I am thinking of trying out cells at work soon. I also finally got to watch Hunterxhunter which was alright, and seven deadly sins which is, quite frankly, boring as fuck.
     
  3. 5oul Crusher

    5oul Crusher sinew and steel

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    Starting watching Code Guess on anime club recommendation.
     
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    Not much at all recently aside from Haikyuu!, MHA, and One Piece for airing. Started Gundam Iron Blooded Orphans recently which I am really enjoying.
     
  5. 5oul Crusher

    5oul Crusher sinew and steel

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    Now that I have some renewed interest in anime I've been watching Kanon (2006). It's based on a visual novel, and is set in the same visual style as Clannad (though content-wise is totally different). There's something about a story set around girls in snow that is so... Healing, hmmm, not quite sure. But nevertheless Kanon has been a good watch so far. The friend who recommended it definitely knows a thing or two about anime, or at the very least doesn't have terrible taste.

    I've also been doing a causal rewatch of Kill la Kill. I think it's one of the strongest shows in raw visual aesthetic. I still view the show with some wonder, and try not to concern myself with having a complete understanding of plot. It's more about how the characters feel, and how they make you feel. I dig the soundtrack as well, although I wish it had a bit more variation.

    I tried to get into Demon Slayer, but I just can't find any enthusiasm for that series. The characters either feel stiff and lifeless, or goofy. It hasn't been able to strike a balance which I find satisfactory.
     

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