Magical Girl Enthusiast
The sole series I keep up with weekly has been put on hiatus thanks to COVID-19. Sucks shit, but maybe I can use this to watch the other entries in the franchise and other magical girl shows or something.
I'm not a huge anime watcher, but I did see some episodes of some, namely Bobobobobo-bobo, Kill la Kill, Your Name, Ouran High School Host Club, Sergeant Frog, Fairy Tail, My Hero Academia, and Hetalia: Axis Powers. I probably saw others as well but their name escapes me.
Not watching anime currently but I'll probably pick up Sergeant Frog and Hetalia again. Hetalia is strange to get into, as it's composed of shorts that are disconnected from each other and have a strange chronological sequence to them.
Not sure what I'd be planning to watch since as I said, I'm just a casual viewer so I'm mostly unaware of anime. I'd probably just pick up from the shows I had watched and finish those first before I get into new ones.
Sorry, don't know. I don't think I've watched any anime released this year.
Nah. I do like Giroro from Sergeant Frog a lot and I'm biased towards liking Russia in Hetalia. Hetalia is filled with cute anime boys portraying country stereotypes. As for girls, I've enjoyed the main protagonist from Ouran High School Club as she acts like the straight one out of the lot and she's cute dressed as a boy.
I tend to like light-hearted comedy anime, if you can't tell by now, judging from my posts. Not a fan of female fanservice or sexual jokes, so I'd like to keep that to a minimum.
As my palette is extremely limited, dunno if there's one.
I've been watching a number of anime shows over the past two years, so I think I have enough to answer these questions.Yo! How many of you watch anime and are a fan? Irl, I've met only a few people who watch anime, so looking forward to meet anime fans out there.
Thus far the shows I've watched include: Alternative Gun Gale Online, Spice and Wolf, Kino's Journey (2017), Recovery of an MMO Junkie, Senki Zesshou Symphogear, True Tears, Death Parade, Sword Art Online (pieces of it, not the whole thing), Usagi Drop, Sing Yesterday For Me, Keep Your Hands off Eizouken, Thermae Romae, Non Non Biyori, and Crossing Time. It's a small and eclectic selection, which is why I highlight it. I may not exactly be a representative sample!
Currently, I'm working through the cute and very relaxing Non Non Biyori on recommendation of Epic Nitwit! It's been solid so far, and I busted out laughing when...
Oh, I have quite the extensive backlog, but with the exception of Crossing Time and its short episodes, I never watch more than one show at a time. That said, I also have a really hard time starting shows, even if I intend to watch them, so it depends in large part on what catches my eye at the right moment. Though, Love Live is a high priority for me to try sometime soon.
Oh, I'm sorry to say that I'm always way behind on anime... and media and pop culture in general, actually. I don't know about any of the newest stuff until it's had it's day in the limelight.
You know... I don't know if this question is being posed unironically or ironically but I guess my cop-out disclaimer here is that I don't really take the "waifu" idea seriously but I also don't have any problems with it as - nay, I actually enjoy and support it - a fun way of saying "who is one of/some of your favorite characters" or "what characters do you really like?".
I'll try about anything from any genre as long as it's not NSFW or horror - not much of a horror guy, it doesn't do anything for me - so I suppose I'll gladly recommend any additions to the pile! If you know any of those episodic shows with a low-key focus on philosophy and the human condition, though, please pass it along!Do you need any recommendations from any genre?
Also recommend me some Seinen anime
...hmm... none that I know of at the moment, though I can think of a few hypothetical ones I'd very much like to see announced...
The Rose of Versailles. Close second would be Oniisama e... (fittingly both are based on manga by Riyoko Ikeda and were both directed by the late Osamu Dezaki [well, Dezaki directed episode 19 onwards for ROV])
I'm technically watching Healin' Good Precure, Suite Precure, Ojamajo Doremi, and Transformers: Beast Wars II, but I've like five weeks behind on Healin' Good and haven't actually watched any of the other shows in months.
Futari wa Pretty Cure Splash Star, Yes Pretty Cure 5, Yes Pretty Cure 5 GoGo, Cutie Honey, and Cutie Honey Flash.
IDK, the only show that I watch that airs normally and isn't old as Hell is Precure and each season of that begins in February and run until the end of January the next year. (CR listed Healin' Good as a summer 2020 anime tho but that was only because they picked the show up after its few months COVID-19 hiatus lol)
I mean I find the term 'waifu' honestly kinda cringe, but my all-time favorite female character in anime is Oscar François de Jarjayes from The Rose of Versailles.
No not really, I know what I like and that's magical girl shows (especially kid friendly ones, I am very much not a fan of stuff like Madoka Magica), mecha, vintage shoujo, and yuri.
Whatever the next Pretty Cure season is. Hope the hiatus doesn't fuck up the scheduling for these shows too much.
mostly joshikousei and stuff airing this season. i recently finished asobi asobase. anime is a thing that comes and goes for me
most likely oregairu s3
i love her and will love her forever and nothing will ever change thatDo you have a wife?
no. i usually just ask uniju if im stumped but i have so many things on my ptw
haruhi s3, sailor moon movie, konosuba s3, tensura s2, yuru camp s2, nico yazawa family anime spin off