What was the last anime you completed?

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  1. 5oul Crusher

    5oul Crusher Newbie

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    Gosh, I'm not really sure. I think it was Fullmetal Alchemist in full. It didn't harrow me on rewatching than it did when I was young. I still had to shed some compulsory tears, but I wasn't rent (wow, I was not aware that rend was an irregular verb.)
     
  2. Matemar

    Matemar The Crow

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    Finished both seasons of 3-Gatsu no Lion.

    Didn't really like the first season, it was good yeah, but I didn't enjoy it, felt kinda boring to me and wasn't really memorable for me.

    Second season was better imo. I can confidently say that my favorite part was the match between Shimada and Yanagihara. Liked the way bullying was covered too.

    One thing that harmed the enjoyment for me was something that doesn't seem to bother others, so I concluded that it's just down to personal preference. That were the tone changes, I found them too sudden.

    P.S. Also... I'm really sorry, but... I found Momo annoying (and sometimes the Kawamoto family as a whole), forgive me. :cry:
     
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  3. Matemar

    Matemar The Crow

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    Finished Mononoke as well.

    This was an interesting one. Visuals were really good, fits the show and gives it the freedom it needs to be as bizarre as it is.

    Quite enjoyed it.
     
  4. Kuze

    Kuze 『Ole Ole Ole』
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    Yeah some of them visuals had a decently disturbing effect. Especially the episode with those aborted baby spirits. Think that was the first couple of episodes.
     
  5. Griffmeister

    Griffmeister What the hell are you staring at?
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    Just finished Rascal Doesn’t Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai, and I’m not afraid to say that I thoroughly enjoyed it. I think that a lot of people may have been put off by the title or the opening graphics making them assume it’s some kind of stupid harem type of show or similar nonsense, but nothing could be further from the truth. Yes, we see the bunny outfit in the first episode for a few minutes, but that’s not the real focus of the show. It’s more of a vehicle used to demonstrate the affliction shared by some of the main characters which is a series of syndromes that affect them in different ways. The bunny outfit just illustrates a sense of invisibility to others, other afflictions range from mysterious injuries to body swaps. While I am a little put off by the bizarre nature of these symptoms ( it messes with my sense of reality ), it really isn’t any worse that believing in magical or superhuman powers as depicted in other shows when there’s no basis for them either. What I really liked was the generally serious way that the subject was handled, the mc Sakuta suffered from injuries in the past but learned how to cope, yet his younger sister also had similar symptoms due to cyber bullying and was unable to cope making her a shut-in with no exposure to any kind of social media. Sakuta has become her caretaker while he tries to complete his schooling and work part time as well. In the course of events he encounters bunny girl, Mai, as well as others and they end up helping each other to resolve the issues that they experience. The best part, as I said before, is the level of seriousness that is involved. No goofy over exaggerated motions, Sakuta doesn’t get a nosebleed over bunny girl, any sexuality is more implied rather than graphic, the humor is rather low key but effective, basically the same as you would expect to see if you were watching a live action show instead of an anime. I would say at least give it a try.
     
  6. Matemar

    Matemar The Crow

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    Finished Bunny girl as well. I'm thinking that it's an overhyped show. It wasn't really bad or anything, but it's not great either.
     
  7. Matemar

    Matemar The Crow

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    Finished Golden Kamuy, both seasons.
     
  8. Shadow Fox

    Shadow Fox Enemy of the State
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    Just saw the broly movie, and it's pretty epic!
     
  9. wesleyv1

    wesleyv1 Mokoto "revy" kino

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    Finished yugioh ark v s2. Know i just have to wait for Netflix to get s3. The show is pretty interesting if you're a yugioh fan or a fan of campy anime. Kinda dark at times too. Overall, not bad so far
     

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