I just marathoned the last 17 episodes. This is an amazing series. Is anyone watching?
I'm playing the game atm does the anime and the game follow the same plotline??
You mean true route, they're all canon.
I just finished this with all routes. Amazing.
Okabe has a distinctive and memorable personality. This is more than can be said of the average male anime protagonist.
I should these guys for royalties for ripping off my life story, I'd make a fortune! So what if most of my dire predictions never came true? You got to remember I'm from an alternate timeline where Y2K actually happened.
New Cool Chan Just Started
Lately....my excitement, my hype , my "just one more episode", my feelings about ANIME are worsening....
I need HELP....
I know I still love anime and adore it but I need the feelings at the time I started to watch anime come back.
At that time....I think that was the best feelings I ever had in my life.
Feel like I have found something that I wanna do and can talk about it all weeks....
What should I do to get the feelings back?!?!!?!?!
It was for me too..
When I started watching anime like 3 years ago it was
big part of my life. I was addicted to it... I could think about it all day long and now that I remember the feeling when I finished Clannad series.. It was best feeling in my life that time!
YES. I am an shut-in now. I don't have many friends. I am very shy. I don't know how to talk to people.
Gawd.. This is really off-topic.
Anyway, the more anime I watched, the more that feeling was falling down(Sorry, I am bad at English, >.>)I don't think I will ever get this feeling back too.. So.. I think I have the same problem as you.. I think many people have this problem and there's no way to solve it.
My first post on this site.. Sorry I couldn't help you.
I'm currently in THAT state of mind, where anime is one of the most important things to me. Sounds like it'll wear off soon though.
Yeah...it feels like this....
1st new about anime = "feels like found something new" ,"wants to explore more about it" , "feels like everything in life is just about anime", "dreams started to change"...
After a while = "anime is just a normal thing" , "feel not so hype anymore about anime" , "unmotivated to watch anime"...
Are y'all really Japanese and not good at English, or are you just typing that way for ironic effect?
It's almost September. What are you going to pick up next season? I'm very excited for the baseball anime
【Next's season chart】 http://i4.minus.com/ibpdy6o55LnlmA.jpg
I'm picking up:
Kill la Kill
Non Non Biyori is very good.
When the hell are pupa, Lupin and Neppu going to air? I've almost forgotten about them
wow I'm stupid
Lupin will air on 15th November, Neppu will air this winter and pupa this fall but I'm not sure when
You know, overall I think it was a good season.
How can I contact the moderator of this site to report abuse and illegal activity? Thanks!
The mod is a lie.
I want to watch that "cute girls eating food" show from SHAFT.
Cross Ange is pretty nice.
yeah. . .
please answer question. . .
Is not a genre.
I was going to make that joke, you guys move way too fast for me.
Saekano - 00 (How to Train the Ordinary Girl to be a Heroine)
Story: "A highschool otaku named Aki Tomoya runs into his dream girl one day... only to find that she has the faintest presence to his chagrin! Now with his otaku passions, Tomoya wants to turn the girl into a heroine in the only realm he is familiar with: 2D dating simulation game. To accomplish this objective, he scouts Eriri Spencer Sawamura, his half-foreigner childhood friend equipped with artistic talent, as the illustrator, and Kasumigaoka Utaha, a famous prodigy writer, as the script writer."
Genre: From lofty dreams to humble reality.
Comments: Looking good.
It's a tough job to make the girl you like to become your super-heroine, when she is not interested in the slightest, and all the other girls are better choices.
This a job for... super-otaku!
- Doppler-shifted reviews -
Shokugeki no Soma 01: Cooking anime battle academy. Bork, bork!
DanMachi 01: The pheromones force is strong with this one dungeon-grinder.
Denpa Kyoushi 01: Fine, I'm gonna be a NEET teacher! With net games, and chat boards! In fact, forget about the curriculum...
Seraph of the End 01
"After an unknown virus wiped out all adults on earth, vampires appeared and ruled over the surviving children, treating them like livestock. Yuichiro Hyakuya survived along with other orphans by giving their blood to vampires..."
Inexplicable plane crashes, unchecked pandemics, children abductions, all to feed a bunch of semi-immortal vampires: welcome to planet Earth! And the ultimate solution is: go back to school and get more knowledge, chillun.
Punch Line - 01
"Bus hijack, saved by orange motorcycle-riding chick jumping through the windshield and beating people up with a giant bendy straw, then a boy (Yuuta Iridatsu) gets superpowers from seeing pantyshots, then he's a ghost, then he accidentally wipes out humanity twice, then he's living in an apartment..."
Treasure quest with one's own body at stake.
My kind of anime! Good animation, nice art, provocative themes dashed out with a worldwide brush, babes by the bucketloads... I'm sold. More!
Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches - 01
"Ryu Yamada is known as a delinquent in his high school; he has been bored of classes after one year of attending school. One day, he accidentally falls from a flight of stairs onto Urara Shiraishi, the ace student of the school. Yamada wakes up to find that he has swapped bodies with her. The two try to reverse the change and discover that kissing triggers the body swap. On the suggestion of student council vice-president Toranosuke Miyamura, they revive the Supernatural Studies Club."
Bodyswap school comedy.
Nice to see the manga in colors and in motion, well done.
I liked the manga at the beginning, but couldn't follow it anymore when CR took over.
Sling-dono, how does it feel you're one of the two people who uses this site anymore?
There's more people here than you think. We just don't frequent it as much.
Ranpo Kitan - Game of Laplace - 01 (= Mysterious Stories of Ranpo: Game of Laplace)
"The story takes place at a certain middle school where several murder cases take place. Kobayashi, a boy who goes to this school, meets genius detective Akechi, who comes to the school to investigate. Kobayashi takes an interest in Akechi and, in spite of his friend Hashiba's worries, he volunteers to be Akechi's assistant."
Solving mysteries is fun.
Ranpo? Ah, Edogawa Ranpo, the mystery/detective writer who was a fan of Edgar Allan Poe. It's a good idea to peruse masters' classics for inspiration.
Laplace? Ah, the guy who developed the Theory of Probability.
So, they are going to solve the murders with probabilities?
Classroom Crisis - 01
"With aims to one day reach out into the stars, humanity has colonized all the planets of the solar system. This story of young high school hopefuls is set in Fourth Tokyo in a Japanese Martian prefecture. Iris Shirasaki is a third year student/aspiring test pilot. Mizuki Sera is her peer/mechanic and Mizuki's brother Kaito is their homeroom teacher and the young director of the program developing their talents."
Downsizing Mankind, because budgets.
Using rockets to reach the solar system's planets?
And human exploration is under the thumb of corporate bean-counters?
No wonder there is no antigravity technology nor faster-than-light propulsion in that world.
Rokka no Yuusha - 01 (Rokka: Braves of the Six Flowers)
"Legend says, when the Evil God awakens from the deepest of darkness, the god of fate will summon Six Braves and grant them with the power to save the world. Adlet, who claims to be the strongest on the face of this earth, is chosen as one of the Brave Six Flowers, and sets out on a battle to prevent the resurrection of the Evil God..."
The Brave Flowers' romp.
A solid first episode. I like!
Now, who built those big cities? Surely not the current lot?
Then, that princess used a magic wand which was very scifi-ish. Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. Who is in charge of this wizardry/science?
Next, that evil_god thingie... How do we know if it is not just Nature/Earth/etc. trying to get the humans to clean up their act, or else?
GATE - 01 ("Gate: The Self-Defense Forces Fight Like This in That Place")
"When a portal from another world appears in Ginza, Tokyo, a legion of soldiers and monsters emerge to attack the city. Thanks to their far more advanced weaponry and tactics, the JSDF easily repels the enemy and passes through the gate, capturing the city that lies on the other side of it. Youji Itami is one of the Japanese officials sent to investigate the other world, where magic, dragons and elves are real, using his knowledge of fantasy stories to make his way in this new environment."
Chronicles of the "Self-Defense" Forces.
A trans-dimensional vortex opens up in Tokyo?
Ok, let's neutralize the threat peacefully, maybe with tranquilizers and--... No? The SDF should just kill them all?
Ok, let's find out what is powering the portal, maybe there is a large crystal underground, or maybe--... No? The gov won't even consider it?
What, did they intentionally let enter the orcs so they can invade and kill and plunder and rape another country?
What is the equivalent T.L.A. in Japan that would specialize in manufacturing false-flag events for murdering purposes?
Buddy Complex - 01
Story: "On the first day back after summer break, high-school student Aoba is attacked by a giant robot that appears out of the sky. As he's pursued through the city, his classmate Hina appears in a robot of her own. She rescues him, and tells him cryptically that "Dio is waiting for you," before she disappears. This begins Aoba's new life as the pilot of the Free Treaty Alliance against the Great Zogiria Republic."
Genre: Giant robots wars.
Comments: Single linear timeline hypothesis? Looks like sci-fi from the 60ties.
The characters also look somewhat retro.
From an old manga? Mmh... No, supposedly it's an original creation.
Let me see what happens after the time jump.
- Hankering reviews -
Gugure! Kokkuri-san 01: Playful male silver-haired magical fox? Lonely shut-in girl? Wishful shojo, with a large dose of acid humor.
Trinity Seven 01: Rounding up the usual suspects, one smart alec and his seven witches. At the local magic school, of course.
Akatsuki no Yona 01 + Cross Ange 01: Pampered princess. Rotting kingdom. Coup d'etat. Time for a gruesome reality check and... a tomboy haircut!
- Boldly galumphing reviews -
Hi-sCoool! SeHa Girl 01: Sega showroom, reusing old 3DCG moves.
Garo 01: Witch-hunters are demons eating people and shapeshifting into their human forms. Medieval fantasy... or is it?
Parasyte 01: Guy gets a morphing lifeform into his hand instead of his brain. Resigned, the parasite morphs into a symbiote.
Daitoshokan no Hitsujikai 01: Bookworm is not interested in girls, only books. Alas, this is from an erogame, so... But don't worry, there will be no sex scenes!
Nanatsu no Taizai 01: Goku/Meliodas and Bulma/Elizabeth begin their search for the 7 dragonballs/Taizai. Similar artstyle, too.
- Heavy weights reviews -
Amagi Brilliant Park 01: The usual high-quality KyoAni cocktail of same-characters, with no satisfying endings.
Shingeki no Bahamut 01: Card game adaptation, with a generous budget.
- I_Have_No_Mouth,_and_I_Must_Scream reviews -
Ore Twintail ni Narimasu 01: The world is under great danger, from the invasion of the twintails-stealer aliens! ...Eh, what?
Shirobako 01: How to make an anime: with Initial-D road-racing rage, and lots of donuts!
Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso 01: When bullied piano-man meets violin-girl, world became colored again. But when she bullies him, the colors don't fade. Is love a good bully?
- Jejune reviews -
Girl Friend Beta 01: A promo for some dating-sim? The girls were speaking sooo slooowly, I thought it was a practice-your-Japanese lesson. Beta indeed.
Yuki Yuna wa Yusha de Aru - 01:
"Yuna, Mimori, Fu, and Itsuki are all members of the Sanshu Middle School Hero Club, dedicating themselves to helping those that requested. One day, they are suddenly caught in a ray of light and transported to a strange forest, where evil monsters known as Vertex are seeking to destroy Shinju-sama, which would in turn destroy the world. Using a special app to transform into magical girls, Yuna and the others must now become true heroes in order to protect their world."
Magical girls saving the world app.
Wait, if the whole classroom is in zero-time, the heroes shouldn't be able to move either. Unless there was an EM Field around them. Generated by that cellphone's app they all had to download earlier? But then, when they move around, the cell should reactivate the ones who are near the field, like in The_Legend_of_Zelda:_Skyward_Sword. Unless, the app is shaping the EMF to only follow the owner of the cell?
Fancy. Ok, where can I download it?
I never have the motivation to watch anime. I enjoy watching it, but it feels like a chore, especially when I think of all those 50+ episode series I have yet to watch.
Does anyone else feel this way?
I have that all the time. The worst is before the watching, the putting yourself to it. Once you're in you're in for a hour at least. I gotta watch some more anime and read more manga soon
I frequently find myself in the same situation. The worst part is that I know that so many of the series on my backlog would be really amusing or interesting if I could just get around to watching them, or just as bad: that so many shows on my backlog are just going to be average and that I'll feel compelled to watch them anyway since they've been on my backlog for so long.
I like Wakfu, but it's on at 7:30am weekdays so some days i miss an ep due to not waking up early enough ^^
And they play sooo many ads =.
I'm sometimes like this, but I have an obsession with multitasking, so usually I watch an anime episode if I'm eating or doing something monotonous, so I end up watching an anime episode every day! This way also helps me watch boring anime that I still want to finish.
I barely watch anything nowadays. I used to watch tons of stuff back when torrenting and streaming still felt like a novelty (for whatever reason) until around 2007 or so. After that, I've only watched a few select shows since then.
Ever since I started reading visual novels around 4 years ago, I barely ever watch anime at all.
I've had a pretty hard time myself getting into anything lately. I watched about 10 episodes of KanColle as it was coming out.
Having a hard time feeling special about anything lately...
Because I'm so busy at school, I can only spend a limited time on watching anime each week. That's why I tend to watch episodic anime with 100+ episodes more than seasonal anime. I always lose track of seasonal anime because of the intervals between each episode.
Anime 2channel - "Anime 2channel"
Shall we eat a piece of cake together? - "isshoni okashi wo tabemasen ka?"
Never come again!! - "mou konee yo!!"
Fight! Kikkoman - "tatakae Kikkoman"
Michael Quest - "maikeru kuesuto"
it's so cool
No one posted this one yet, I don't think:
I don't tihnk anyone's posted this one yet:
Where's the rest of the series?
Oh It's too dangerous!
I post this for you.
The RED ARMY URA!
The Song Of The Guitarist, by the person who animated Kikkoman and Banana and Shrimp.
I am a student living in Japan.
Please forgive a sudden note.
This is youtube in Japan.
I compete for the reproduction number of times by a dance contest performed in Japan.
Please play it.
I want to have the comment.
Please allow to be clumsy English.
randomly finding this thread while searching for Kikkoman Fight has unleashed a wave of nostalgic nostalganess so, for the no people that go here, I shall pay you back in the form of several youtube videos I found.
we have just started a new non-profit anime video site to benefit childhood cancer research:
Interesting. Audio encoding is pretty terrible, but video is definitely watchable.
I honestly could not understand Team4Mars without the subtitles on the film itself, but I really would not mind a dub with Ken Watanabe's voice. Then again, I always watch sub where possible, so my opinion isn't worth much.