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Ohayotaku

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  1. Definitely Yuru (Laidback) Camp. Nothing but positive vibes from OP to ED
  2. Decided to give the 2nd season of Tokyo Revengers a try.
  3. It’s definitely one of the more enjoyable shonen anime for me personally, though I wasn’t much of a fan to begin with (started liking it better once Senku met Kohaku & the other villagers). Feel like the first half of New World was a bit of a tease, just setting up what’s to come so looking forward to the continuation starting next month.
  4. @Animedragon Happy Birthday If blowing out all the candles proves to be too much of a challenge, Nagisa is happy to help Dang, how’d I miss this? Hope you had a good one, Viruxx
  5. Trailer for new Castlevania debuting on Netflix at the end of the month
  6. Honestly my usual reaction to the term “Big 3” is to roll my eyes as the defining characteristics seem to be shonen & episode counts in the hundreds, neither of which is a strong selling point for me. My Hero Academia probably comes the closest to me, even though it’s largely fell out of favor within the anime community. Understandable as seasons 4 & 5 were both disappointments for me, but season 6 actually got me hyped again & seems like the end game may actually be in sight (hopefully within 2 more seasons). I’m enjoying JJK2, but not sure how many seasons that would last. My interest & appreciation for Demon Slayer sadly diminishes with each following season. As far as what I consider exceptional titles that have the potential to keep going for considerably longer, I’d probably say the Fate franchise & Vinland Saga.
  7. As far as non-anime, I think Mel Blanc & Tress MacNeille get top honors, though special mention to Mark Hamill’s portrayal of The Joker. Other instantly recognizable voices: Tim Curry, John Astin, Don Adams, Hans Conreid & Paul Lynde.
  8. If you think tanuki are weird/confusing, imagine an anime that combines them with rakugo (traditional Japanese storytelling as an art form & form of entertainment) https://myanimelist.net/anime/49533/Uchi_no_Shishou_wa_Shippo_ga_Nai yes, I actually watched the whole thing. Definitely odd, but also kind of charming & even a little educational about Japanese culture. Butt don’t even get me started on kappa
  9. Again, really recognizable. I remember her as Lina Inverse from Slayers & I know she had several roles in Pokemon. And another iconic seiyuu
  10. She’s also in Zombie Land Saga, though her character’s dialogue was just grunts & growls And apparently she’s still at it, voicing Mei Mei In JJK
  11. 358 episodes show up under Sgt. Frog on the Crunchyroll app. But I know that some titles aren’t available outside the US, what’s your region? Also, I don’t know how many of those eps are dubbed. I just checked Funimation & they have 78 episodes, all of which I believe are dubbed.
  12. Japanese Female Category: Saori Hayami. Her most distinctive voice is a combination of sexy/seductive & dangerous/crazy (Yor -Spy x Family; Shinobu - Demon Slayer; Yumeko - Kakegurui). But she’s also the voice of several other favorites of mine without me being aware at first (Ameri - Welcome to Demon School, Iruma-kun; Fubuki - One Punch Man; Leanan Sidhe - Ancient Magus Bride) Japanese Male Category: Kenjiro Tsuda. A very distinctive & recognizable voice. Usually portrays villains or at least characters with questionable morals, yakuza, etc. (Kaiba - Yugioh; Joker - Fire Force; Overhaul - My Hero Academia; Ogata - Golden Kamuy; Nanami - Jujutsu Kaisen; Tatsu - Way of the Househusband) American Male Category: Steve Blum. I generally prefer subtitled over dubbed anime, but another recognizable voice with iconic roles (Spike - Cowboy Bebop; Roger - Big O; T.OM. - Toonami host; Mugen - Samurai Champloo; Wolverine - X-men anime; Onizuka - G.T.O.) American Female Category: Wendee Lee. I generally prefer subtitled over dubbed anime, but another recognizable voice with iconic roles (Faye - Cowboy Bebop; Bulma - Dragonball; Vanessa - Robotech; Kiyone - Tenchi Muyo; Haruhi Suzumiya; Yuri - Dirty Pair; Nadia - Secret of Blue Water)
  13. It’s not unusual for me to follow 12-15 weekly airing series at a time. Though if a series has a complex storyline I’ll binge it or at least watch episodes in batches. My MAL profile is the most up to date record of my viewing habits.
  14. Congrats I recently hit my 5 year milestone here, but not really that active anymore.
  15. Same here, though I did have lunch with my sister & her family. Finally started watching the 2nd cour of Sacrificial Princess & the King of Beasts. If I don’t oversleep tomorrow, may try to do some yard work before it get’s too hot out (off work for Labor Day)
  16. “No one hates themselves for who they are. They learn to hate themselves because other people mock and insult them. I don’t wanna end up like that.” - Lanteveldt, Sacrificial Princess & the King of Beasts
  17. https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2023-09-03/kimi-ni-todoke-anime-gets-sequel-from-production-i.g-on-netflix-in-2024/.201934 This just might motivate me to check out the original
  18. Welcome Hope you find things to interest you here & decide to stick around
  19. Attempted to watch the 2022 version of Death on the Nile, but only made it half way through. I suppose I’m just too used to the old BBC version of Poirot. Casts serious doubts on whether I ‘ll give a Haunting in Venice a try as I had planned.
  20. Not middle-aged, but the upcoming Pretty Cure at least has them as working adults https://myanimelist.net/anime/54716/Kibou_no_Chikara__Otona_Precure_23
  21. Just had a relatively cool week (high 70s & low 80s), now headed into a prolonged stretch in the 90s
  22. Welcome Hope you find things to interest you here & decide to stick around
  23. Zenia (Level 1 Demon Lord & One Room Hero)
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