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Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou -- The Daily Life of Highschool Boys
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This anime is spunky, comedic, and very nice to watch when having a bad day. 
Highly recommend..! [I understand not everyone are into these kinds of Animes, but have a open mind and enjoy]
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I watch most animes on 4anime. It's a free anime streaming website!
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5 hours ago, Soramee_ said:

Watched ep 1 to 5 of my dress up darling and even tough this anime has some "cultured" scenes, it's really good!!

 

6 hours ago, efaardvark said:

Too many cringy scenes

I continue to find it to be the most enjoyable “new” show of the season (honorable mention to the trippy Rust Eater Bisco), but with some caveats. I personally feel like the gyaru cosplay fangirl idea would work just as well without  the S&M eroge angle tacked on. I get that it can be used to make her obsession run counter to gender expectations, like Gojo’s being Hina dolls, but still feels like pandering to the ecchi crowd more than challenging gender boundaries. And the time & attention devoted to Marin’s jiggle physics each week can feel a bit too detailed. But it still manages enough cute romcom moments (like the end scene of ep 5) that I’m rooting for the two of them.

The standouts of the season remain Attack on Titan & Demon Slayer. AoT in particular seems to be living up to expectations for the final culmination of one of the decades most influential series, though it is certainly not an easy watch emotionally (again, to be expected given how dark & graphically violent it  had been previously).

On an anime-adjacent note, I’ve watched through episode 5 of Arcane over the weekend & am finding it more enjoyable than the typical Netflix (western) attempt at adult animation. 

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Just learned that next week will conclude Demon Slayer’s Entertainment District arc with a double-length episode.

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Dropped My Dress-Up Darling at episode 3, not for my age group, lead is uninteresting.
Hajime no Ippo, episode 15, Test of Endurance. On hold.
Ping Pong the Animation, episode 3, Devoting Your Life to Table Tennis is Creepy. New favorite.

Ōgon Bat documentaries because the anime is lost in time.

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Just finished Chobits. I didn't expected it but at the end I cried... like big tears. This may seem bizarre to cry at the end of an anime but I've really really loved this one. 10/10. I'm going to buy all the volumes of the manga for sure. 

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Princess Connect ReDive season 2 - honestly think this series is at it’s best when it’s NOT trying to advance the bigger story (which seems confusing, gloomy & not it’s strong point) & focuses on just having fun with it’s cast of wonderfully eccentric  characters. Besides I’m already getting my fill of heavy subject matter with Attack on Titan & Requiem of the Rose King.

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On 2/8/2022 at 9:04 PM, Animedragon said:

I've just started re-watching Fushigi Yugi.

I've now finished watching Fushigi Yugi. This time round I'm not going to bother watching the OAV's. They're not bad, but not as good as the TV series.

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On 2/12/2022 at 1:56 AM, Soramee_ said:

Just finished Chobits. I didn't expected it but at the end I cried... like big tears. This may seem bizarre to cry at the end of an anime but I've really really loved this one. 10/10. I'm going to buy all the volumes of the manga for sure. 

Crying at the end, or even in the middle, of an anime series isn't all that unusual some anime have a habit of sneaking a tear-jerker scene in when you least expect it.  The Chobits manga is a good read and not too different to the anime.

Having finished Fushigi Yugi I thought something a little less serious was needed, so I've started watching Please Twins.

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On 2/12/2022 at 9:56 AM, Soramee_ said:

Just finished Chobits. I didn't expected it but at the end I cried... like big tears. This may seem bizarre to cry at the end of an anime but I've really really loved this one. 10/10. I'm going to buy all the volumes of the manga for sure. 

 

On 2/16/2022 at 10:37 PM, Animedragon said:

Crying at the end, or even in the middle, of an anime series isn't all that unusual some anime have a habit of sneaking a tear-jerker scene in when you least expect it.  The Chobits manga is a good read and not too different to the anime.

Having finished Fushigi Yugi I thought something a little less serious was needed, so I've started watching Please Twins.

if thats how you went with Chobits , then i suggest you check out Plastic Memories

https://myanimelist.net/anime/27775/Plastic_Memories?q=plastic memories&cat=anime

ive also watched Please Twins which i believe is the second season first being Please Teacher

you two would probably also enjoy (if you havent seen them) the EF: series of animes starting with ef: A Tale of Memories.

On 2/12/2022 at 11:26 AM, efaardvark said:

Not (yet) watching but looking for Josee, the Tiger, and the Fish..

 

 

just seen this and now want to watch it after watching the trailer

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45 minutes ago, Wodahs said:

 

ive also watched Please Twins which i believe is the second season first being Please Teacher

you two would probably also enjoy (if you havent seen them) the EF: series of animes starting with ef: A Tale of Memories.

 

I think that technically Please Twins is spin-off or side story not a second season of Please Teacher, but who's worrying about such details. (did you guess correctly which was the twin before it was revealed?)

The EF series, ef: A Tale of Memories and ef: A tale of Melodies is one of my favourites and has some great characters and character interactions, but be warned, that Melodies has some slightly disturbing plot lines and is quite tear-jerkingly sad in places.  Both series have a rather avant-garde presentation style, which works rather well.

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