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PonyoPenguin
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Because 2.0 needed one.

Discuss anime, manga, light novels, doujinshi, and visual novels here, or anything else that connects with anime/manga.

“There are no two words in the English language more harmful than ‘good job’.”
SplatKirby
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Ah mou, you beat me to it. I spent about an hour watching S1 of Baka and Test today.
What does everyone think of Densha Otoko?
PonyoPenguin
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Bump it like it's hot, bump it like it's hooooot.

“There are no two words in the English language more harmful than ‘good job’.”
PonyPokiPanikku
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I used to read Shugo Chara. I stopped after the third book.
Lightningstep36
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My favorite anime is Soul Eater (partially because I'm not as much into anime as I used to be). Anyone else?

Have a cute, curled up Peridot.
Animeboy975
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PonyPokiPanikku wrote:

I used to read Shugo Chara. I stopped after the third book.
Why? Im a huge Shugo Chara fan.

Hello dear followers, i'm back.
Hyperbola
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Animeboy975 wrote:

PonyPokiPanikku wrote:

I used to read Shugo Chara. I stopped after the third book.
Why? Im a huge Shugo Chara fan.
*sees sig*
Makes sense

Well
We're at 2.0
I'm not sure this is a good thing
But I guess we'll have to stay here
PonyoPenguin
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Bump, bumpetty, bump bump bump.

I watched Inu x Boku SS episode 6, Madoka Magica episode 3, and Attack on Titan episode 6 today.

“There are no two words in the English language more harmful than ‘good job’.”
PandaGuy
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I'm not into as much anime/manga as some really, really avid fans, but there are times I find a really good one that keeps my attention. While some people can chug out 50 episodes of anime per day, I prefer to watch at a slower pace.

The anime/manga I've seen are:
Fullmetal Alchemist
The manga. Some of Brotherhood. Not the 2003 anime because they completely altered the original storyline. (Also, steampunk.)
Last Exile
Again. Steampunk. Can't really go wrong with that. Basically about two “vanship” pilots who suddenly find themselves caught between warring factions. The show starts out slow, but gets interesting.
Mushishi
This show is always slow, but that's what I like about it. No flashy opening sequences, typical anime cliches, or the like. Each episode is stand-alone and there's no big storyline to follow. Just a guy travelling and meeting different people who have been affected by tiny, enigmatic creatures known as “Mushi”. It's really a nonchalant kinda anime.

I've watched others, but I thought I'd only mention the more… uhh… serious… ones.
Shin Chan is not serious… that, I know.


Ramona-Fillers
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I've recently finished Madoka Magica a few weeks ago, and i'm currently watching Yuru Yuri, Nichijou, and Another. First two are both slice of life comedies, while the third is horror.



Observer has best space bar usage.
PandaGuy
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10 posts

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Oh, and Yotsuba.

PonyoPenguin
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PandaGuy wrote:

I'm not into as much anime/manga as some really, really avid fans, but there are times I find a really good one that keeps my attention. While some people can chug out 50 episodes of anime per day, I prefer to watch at a slower pace.

The anime/manga I've seen are:
Fullmetal Alchemist
The manga. Some of Brotherhood. Not the 2003 anime because they completely altered the original storyline. (Also, steampunk.)
Last Exile
Again. Steampunk. Can't really go wrong with that. Basically about two “vanship” pilots who suddenly find themselves caught between warring factions. The show starts out slow, but gets interesting.
Mushishi
This show is always slow, but that's what I like about it. No flashy opening sequences, typical anime cliches, or the like. Each episode is stand-alone and there's no big storyline to follow. Just a guy travelling and meeting different people who have been affected by tiny, enigmatic creatures known as “Mushi”. It's really a nonchalant kinda anime.

I've watched others, but I thought I'd only mention the more… uhh… serious… ones.
Shin Chan is not serious… that, I know.


I've seen Fullmetal Alchemist and Mushi-Shi, both are great.

Also, is that Magical Shopping Arcade Abenobashi in your signature? I have a secret love for that show. (It's pretty ecchi so I don't even have it listed on my MyAnimeList account.)

“There are no two words in the English language more harmful than ‘good job’.”
PandaGuy
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PonyoPenguin wrote:

PandaGuy wrote:

I'm not into as much anime/manga as some really, really avid fans, but there are times I find a really good one that keeps my attention. While some people can chug out 50 episodes of anime per day, I prefer to watch at a slower pace.

The anime/manga I've seen are:
Fullmetal Alchemist
The manga. Some of Brotherhood. Not the 2003 anime because they completely altered the original storyline. (Also, steampunk.)
Last Exile
Again. Steampunk. Can't really go wrong with that. Basically about two “vanship” pilots who suddenly find themselves caught between warring factions. The show starts out slow, but gets interesting.
Mushishi
This show is always slow, but that's what I like about it. No flashy opening sequences, typical anime cliches, or the like. Each episode is stand-alone and there's no big storyline to follow. Just a guy travelling and meeting different people who have been affected by tiny, enigmatic creatures known as “Mushi”. It's really a nonchalant kinda anime.

I've watched others, but I thought I'd only mention the more… uhh… serious… ones.
Shin Chan is not serious… that, I know.


I've seen Fullmetal Alchemist and Mushi-Shi, both are great.

Also, is that Magical Shopping Arcade Abenobashi in your signature? I have a secret love for that show. (It's pretty ecchi so I don't even have it listed on my MyAnimeList account.)
Yes, yes it is!

SplatKirby
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Ramona-Fillers wrote:

The third is horror.
Details? :3
PonyoPenguin
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Just finished Comic Party Revolution. 7/10, ends on…what I think is a cliffhanger, I have no idea what just happened.

Watching the two DVDs of Serial Experiments Lain I rented from Netflix (episodes 1-7) later tonight.

“There are no two words in the English language more harmful than ‘good job’.”
Mewly
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Can't wait for Crona to come back in Soul Eater! I wonder what the reaction would be… since she… her mother wanted her to be a kishin…
And btw I'm reading One Piece(and anime too!), Ao no Exorist, Ability, Code: Breaker, Deadman Wonderland(somewhat), and I really like to read One Piece fanfiction!
Mewly
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Btw Kamichama Karin was great! Especially because of Suzune!!! ^^
Lightningstep36
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Mewly wrote:

Btw Kamichama Karin was great! Especially because of Suzune!!! ^^
I love your Crona icon! X3
Just me being random.

Last edited by Lightningstep36 (May 23, 2013 19:02:31)


Have a cute, curled up Peridot.
Animeboy975
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I love anime parody alot. Pretty much more than the legit thing.

Hello dear followers, i'm back.
PonyoPenguin
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Animeboy975 wrote:

I love anime parody alot. Pretty much more than the legit thing.

Do you mean like abridged series?

“There are no two words in the English language more harmful than ‘good job’.”

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