Anime! Who's watching what?



  • @Mechanoid Food Wars Gifs are best without context.



  • I'm watching way too much One Piece. The manga is probably my favorite thing ever, but after the 4kids dub I chose to not watch the anime, but I finally took the plunge and now I'm 400 episodes in. I tried to watch an arc and then take a break and watch other stuff then watch another arc, but recently I just keep watching more and more One Piece. It's a problem I'm comfortable with.



  • @kariwgoebel Berserk also just started its new TV anime season (after the movies) on July 1st and its also on Crunchyroll. They are skipping a few arcs of the manga tho so that is against it as well as the CG imo



  • So I binged ReLife yday as Crunchyroll adopted the Netflix model for this show and made all 13 episodes available. Its a slice of life high school show with the premise that a NEET (not in education, employment or training) main character is given a chance at fixing his life by taking part in the ReLife experiment - taking a wonder drug that will make take him from 27 to 17 again and going to high-school for a year.

    Wasn't expecting to like it but yeah, its a fun show with comedic and melodramatic moments. The character designs aren't stellar (but supposedly true to the webcomic so...) but as the MC , Kaizaki gets into the swing of things its an entertaining show. Season 2 is prolly as far out tho as Attack on Titan has been :(



  • @Sieghardt I find the end of the second season to be very cool, makes you rethink the entire show :)



  • Finally caught up on Digimon Tri......the payoff on finally seeing Gomamon and Palmon go mega was totally worth the wait!



  • Watching My hero academia really recently and it seems quite cool and want to make a start on Terraformars and Bezerk.

    Im caught up on Dragonball Super atm after finaly getting up to speed with all of Z, I'm kind of interested in the original episodes of dragonball too but there is so much of it. Is it worth the time since so much of it is retconned now, the part I'm really interested in is the king piccolo stuff so maybe I'll just watch that. Thoughts?


  • Easy Ally

    JoJo No Kimyou Na Bouken: Stardust Crusaders



  • Watching Elfen Lied right now for the first time. Having difficulties with the animation style though.



  • @Ruaidhri18 Is that all you're having difficulties with?

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  • I was sick yesterday and binge watched all of food wars.



  • I started watching Jojo on Crunchyroll, and although I know that as a series Jojo is much older, the style of it sort of reminds me of Cromartie High School.



  • @Minamik I really dig it because as time goes on, it changes up its style. I still can't believe what a kick I get out of the series.



  • I caught up on Jojo Diamond is Unbreakable, and realized I'd started with the newest series....lol.

    So now I'm watching it from the proper beginning, and aside from the obvious fact that Dio makes my blood boil...I was NOT expecting that end theme song...lol.



  • I'm currently watching season 2 of Mushishi.



  • This is kinda ridiculous, but I have been on the pokemon sun/moon hype train for the past couple of months. It started in Feb. getting Pokemon Yellow and in the past two months I went and finished Alpha Sapphire and X.

    Because of this, I started watching the dub version of Pokemon XY and been in a full nostalgia run at this point. I can't help myself. The hype is real.



  • Is it weird to anyone else that Jojo pretty much completely abandons hamon with Stardust Crusaders? I understand it's cause of the Stands, but it seems like it'd still be useful to know.



  • currently watching Berserk, ReZero, 91 days(just started) JoJo, and Food Wars. Ep. 15 of ReZero was like, WTF!?



  • Rewatching Soul Eater because there's a shonen hole in my heart that must be filled. Not to mention it was my first Anime and I still love it dearly. Maybe not the best way to jump in though...



  • Amaama to Inazuma Might be the only one I end up watching for this season. It has a lot of good stuff already and is fairly unique (anime about a single dad isn't really done that often) without banging you over the head with the gimmick - feels natural so far and seems to be more about the guy himself rather than "how does he cope with the loss of his wife 6 months prior?"

    Speaking of gimmicks, I tried the first episode of Hatsukoi Monster and bailed halfway through. Not worth the linking that one.

    Can someone tell me how much ecchi is actually in that food one that's got its second series right now? It feels like I should be a fan, but I'm not big on the whole fanservice thing.

    Of the others I see listed on Anichart, Orange seems pretty cool and I might check that out, Scared Rider XechS seems like such a mismatch of genres that it better be freaking godly or I'll be very disappointed (oh jeez 5.5 on MAL for the first episode... Hopefully it's a JoJo type thing and no one's caught onto the joke just yet), and I'll always give whatever Brains Base are making a shot although this one (a teengirl fanservice vampire wazoo by the sounds of it) might not hold up.