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Okay so I just made an anime wiki on my site and I want to put in it mostly all anime that has ever existed :P You know, like wikipedia but just for anime, and there's no way in hell that someone can make a full database solo. So if you're interested in helping write on my profile. And of course, everyone helping will be in the credits of the wiki they'll be like admins :3
If you don't feel like helping you can just give me an idea about what would you like to see in a database only for anime ^_^
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I haven't posted here since the end of September. In that time I've only seen 3 anime. Durararax2 Ten, Non Non Byori Repeat, and RWBY. The first two I've already talked about their first seasons and their pretty much the same. So RWBY is what I'll be talking about.
Honestly the first season(or volume) was a bit boring for me. There were awesome fights here and there that made me stay for the show.(that fight with Penny on the last episode, oh my gawd that was cool.) The animation is kind of iffy as well. At times you see hair or anything else going right through characters and scenery. That just bothers me so much. Also Jawn(I think that's how his name is spelled.) is pretty weak. Although there will probably be major character development for him later.
In season 2, they fix a lot of the problems I had with the first season and I just like it a WHOLE lot more than the first. There's a ton more action, hair isn't going through characters, and Jawn gets some character development.
So RWBY is a thumbs-up for me. However I also haven't seen any of the currently-being-made third season, but from what I hear its better than both first and second seasons.
I watched Princess Mononoke. While it's not the most interesting story Miyazaki has ever written, the visuals are stunning, and have truly hypnotic ebb and flow.
However I also haven't seen any of the currently-being-made third season, but from what I hear its better than both first and second seasons.
Well... the animation is noticeably better, in my opinion. I assume this is down to practice and having more time and money. The storytelling and pacing is about the same, so far; that is to say, great individual elements, really badly stuck together.
Also Jawn(I think that's how his name is spelled.)
It'll be Jaune, French for yellow.
Oh, one more thing; the new theme song for RWBY volume 3 is explosively bad. To the point I always mute it.
the new theme song for RWBY volume 3 is explosively bad.
Well that's a shame. I liked the themes of both volume 1 and 2.
Yeah Single Hit Guy is best anime this fall I love the part where every episode it's like the same plot but it's still executed really well and it's probably anime of the year.
Plot Formula- (Spoiler Alert)
Le scary bad man: hey look at me guise i am le evil hipster fear me grr
everybody: o no pls savve us heroines
every hero: fight us grr pew pew pow
Le scary bad man: um no u can't do that I bought maphacks from my mom
Le caped baldy man: hey u! one punch! pa-pow!
Le scary bad man: arghh we're blasting off again team Rochette will b back
ash ketchup: i wanna b the very best that no one ever was (but I will ultimately always lose at the pokemon league in every region xdd)
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The last episode for One-Punch Man comes out tomorrow! & . It's over. At least for the time being, anyway.It is so exciting! ERMAGERD!
Saw both seasons of Psycho-Pass and I believe that is a really great show. The story is brilliant and the main antagonist is probably the best antagonist I've ever seen. Though the female protagonist is kind of annoying, but you'll get used to her as you sit through loads of fun and gore.
Now, that was season 1. Season 2 was kinda meh. I didn't like the antagonist in this season as much as I did in the first. It also wasn't as brilliant as the first. Also the ending sucked, which is definitely a letdown.
In short, season 1 of Psycho-Pass is great, while season 2 is mediocre.
I'm not a fam of OP man. Bit boring, sorry, my taste... RWBY is awesome! I like the food fight, and the opening for the secod(I think) series is the best! Since I was last here I have seen Fruits basket (ok) Towa No Quan (AWESOME), Akira movie (meh) Hunter X Hunter (cool) and Assassination classroom (undecided). They all had different things that made me love them, but I suggest you watch them. :P
well, it took me about 2 1/2 months, but I finally finished all 6 episodes of FLCL yesterday. I had been warned not to expect answers from that show but man, I wasn't expecting to be left That confused. It was okay, I didn't understand it enough to really say if it was good or bad.
I'm not as much into anime as my brothers are, but I love watching (and more often playing) Yu-Gi-Oh!. It never gets old no matter which part you watch.
I used to watch Full Metal Alchemist and Bleach as a kid.
Just finished watching Norgami. Love the series. I'll be moving onto the next season now.
For a long time, Hayao Miyazaki's movies (like Spirited Away or Princess Mononoke) were the only anime I'd seen. I had also seen Wolf's Rain, happened across it by chance; a rather nice anime as far as I remember.
Recently, by pure chance too, I had a look at Sword Art Online and ended up watching both series. I liked it, though the first story arc (Eps. 1-14) is still by far the best one imo, even though it has its flaws too.
I then thought I might as well start catching up on some of the well known animes I have heard about; I recently finished watching Death Note and just got started with Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. I know there is an earlier anime adaptation to the manga, but I read that Brotherhood is generally better and especially true to the manga, so I thought I'd watch this one instead of the earlier version.
Gosh, I used to watch so much anime, but it's probably dating myself to say it was all Slayers and Trigun and Hellsing and Dragon Ball Z. Of course I watched a lot of Sailor Moon, too!
These days, while I've tried to watch some Naruto and One Piece to see what all the fuss is about (so... many... episodes...), I've really been gravitating towards comedy. I SO wish I had another season of Mr. Osomatsu, and Ore Monogatari has been surprisingly great too.
Currently watching Hunter X Hunter. So far, it's been great. Can't wait to finish it.
I'm also watching Berserk (2016). Though it's been a let down so far. The old anime and the movies were much better in telling the story of the great Guts. I'm fairly sure I'm not the only who is disappointed in the new adaptation. I've been looking around on youtube, and I can see a lot of videos explaining why the show is a let down so far. It has a lot to do with the way it's being directed and the way it's being portrayed on 3D animation. Though I do understand why they had to make it 3D. The movies have better 3D animation, and it leaves me wondering why the show can't produce the same kind of quality.
I just finished season 2 of Tokyo Ghoul, and man, what a let down. I loved the series from the beginning to about half way through the second season. I know there are a lot of complaints about how it didn't follow the manga and how Kaneki was a whiner, but the only thing that really bothered me is that there was no closure, almost no questions were answered. There were so many "who's this guy? Who's that guy? What do they all want? What's the goal of Oagiri Tree?" The list goes on. The problem is really none of that was answered. If the third season manages to answer those questions, then probably I'll really love the show and highly recommend it. As it stands I can recommend it a bit, but not that much due to how they 'ended' it.
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