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SurrealBrain

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SurrealBrain last won the day on January 6 2016

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    Azumanga Daioh, Lupin the 3rd, Cardcaptor Sakura
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  1. I really don't have a good modernized header image to use, so...have a random background for now, I guess...

  2. I decided to start reading the Granblue Fantasy manga. The first volume was pretty good; they know how to start a story. I just hope they know how to end it with vol. 7, or at least make me want more.
  3. A friend of mine told me he joined this place, and he suggested I come here again, so here I am. It's been a number of years, really; some of you may recognize me, and some of you may have completely forgotten who I am. To those who remember, you may have noticed I don't have my Amitie avi anymore; I still love her, but I decided to use my OC as an avi instead. Her name is Amelia. To all new members who joined since I disappeared, I hope we get along! To those who remember me and haven't seen me in a while, I hope things are going well for you.
  4. Call me behind, but I decided to finally ready my copy of A Certain Magical Index's manga. First volume. Seems like a good story so far, but I've learned the manga skips some story arcs entirely, while the anime at least covers them. But I've been wondering; of the arcsthe manga DOES cover, did it adapt them better or worse than the anime? And could I read them and simply read the light novels of the skipped arcs? Kinda don't have the patience I used to to read books, or at the very least, I didn't.
  5. Happy Birthday! I hope you have a great day!

  6. happy birthday ^w^

  7. I'm still of the stance that anime is literally a description for "cartoons made in Japan." And look at the above post. So unfortunately, like it or not, in Japan, stuff like Sausage Party of all things can be called "anime" and nobody would bat an eye.
  8. SurrealBrain

    Smoking

    I've never smoked, and I'm scared to. Part of it is that I know it'll kill me, but another part of is that I'm scared that if I try it once, I'll get addicted and never stop.
  9. How has life been treating you today?

  10. You're welcome. And it's back to normal on my end. Thank you! If anyone else is having the issue, don't hesitate to mention it!
  11. It seems the Amitie image link is broken. I'll post the image in case you're in need of a new copy.
  12. Of course. I've thought about watching Kill La Kill more than once, and I like to think the hype's died down enough, but I still worry. Doesn't help that the DVDs aren't cheap, either.
  13. I'm only starting to feel comfortable around the word "waifu" again. There's still a lot of apprehension on my part, however.

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      SurrealBrain

      An incident made me turned off from the mere mention of the word. I went from proudly calling Amitie my "waifu" to refusing to call her such because I felt like I'd be insulting her doing so. I still adore her, but as you can see, that's exactly why I stopped. I still kinda feel like calling her my waifu is more insulting her than anything.

  14. I hate the Pokemon anime, at least after the first couple of arcs; personally, I view the animation these days to be shoddy, and the storytelling shit. Though I admit, I haven't watched any of the X & Y episodes, and I'm hearing some say it's improved, though some others say not so much...but quite frankly, even if the former were true, I've been so thourougly burned off the anime for years that as far as I'm concerned, it's too little, too late. But many still find enjoyment out of it, and I respect that. Likewise, I loved Lupin the 3rd: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine, mainly due to the storytelling, the animation amd the characters. But not everyone like the darker tone or the nudity, or even get past said nudity. But that's okay, that's how they feel. Now, unfortunately, popularity does play a part in whether or not a series continues, so it is unfortunate when one series that's bad can continue forever while a good one is lucky if it gets so much as a movie to conclude things. But opinions are opinions; the Pokemon anime wouldn't be running right now if not for people who like it, and I feel the Woman Called Fujiko Mine ended where it was intended to. That is how I feel.
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