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Val, are you the one who put like 4 different anime under "what's your favorite anime?" lol? It's the only one with Railgun and S; G, and I remember you saying you liked both of those quite a bit.
nope my favourite anime should have been Full Metal Panic and no i didnt like s; G and railgun that much ^^
also who else put in CCS for first seen? ;P only put it in cause i pretty much watched it at the same time stuff like pokemon digimon one piece dragon ball and monster rancher aired in free tv and it said not to pick the main stream ones ;D
also i am quite suprised nobody voted sport anime as there are quite alot good ones ^^ (personally i like them but its not my number 1 genre ;X)
also we have alot more streamer then i expectet 11/30 ;O
and who are the 9 people watching more then 19h of anime a week u guys must have an insane backlog ^^
Have you watched the Slam Dunk anime, if so, how is it? I've heard people say that it isn't all that good compared to the manga, so I'm wondering whether I should watch it or read it when the time comes.
Last edited by Erihs; 2013-01-26 at 10:11 PM.
I chose CCS as my first because thats what first subbed anime I ended up watching that got me more into anime.
also this oreshura ep was alot better then the last 3 hope they quality of this one keeps up
ah ok hemo confused me ;P
I guess what I was trying to say is that sports anime that only try to hook you with the sport in question (or the homolust), tend to be pretty bland and uninteresting. Especially if they try to make the sport more interesting by making the players have "super powers". There's a line between too much realism and too much battle shounen that sports anime tend to miss completely.
I guess what I'm trying to say is that they either need to make the characters have a fullworthy life outside of whatever sport they're playing, or just somehow make sport actually interesting.
Watching most sports anime I crave more content where the characters go about their daily lives, not doing training camps or being in the middle of 10-episode long games, because the actual sport parts are usually the most boring parts of those shows. I can actually just think of two sport anime where I found the sport to be portrayed to be interesting, and that's Hajime no Ippo and One Outs.
Same here I saw CCS first a looooong time ago.
Any thougts on Ef- a tale of memories/melodies? I was thinking about picking it up somday.
Was there a loli one or did I forget about it/miss it?
I'm okay with the results to a degree though. The top favorite ones where fine and I was happy all 30 chose subbed over dubbed.
Haha those results are pretty hilarious, kind of surprised Madoka didn't make it into favorite anime.