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#6353848 Favorite Anime Story Arcs from Long Anime (100+ Episodes)

Posted by Hachimitcher-Lemon on 16 February 2014 - 07:50 PM

You know, there ARE shorter anime that still has a lot of story arcs....


Ehh, only one that comes to mind would be the Bossun's backstory arc or Switch's brother backstory arc from Sket Dance, and I'm not sure they animated that.

#6346714 Which Anime Should I Start/Finish Next and in Which Order?

Posted by Hachimitcher-Lemon on 05 February 2014 - 03:15 AM

Does this really warrant a whole thread...


Eh, go Baccano. If you can't make it past the first two episodes, go to Durarara. If Narita-sensei's writing style as a whole doesn't appeal to you, drop both, continue Gurren Lagann or watch Jojo.

#6339051 Good First Anime?

Posted by Hachimitcher-Lemon on 21 January 2014 - 10:05 AM

Yeah FMA:B's a pretty good gateway to anime. Other than that it really depends on the person so I'm not sure what to recommend...although I find sports anime overall to be pretty easy to recommend. Or maybe just have them start with the big 3.

#6337103 Anime and Sometimes Manga Club

Posted by Hachimitcher-Lemon on 17 January 2014 - 08:20 AM

Welp weekly episodes review, haven't seen everything yet but I'll get to them eventually.

  • Nobunaga the Fool: Really loving the arcana motif and I feel like a dumbass for not realizing 'the Fool'. Talking of which that is a strangely really cool name for a mecha. I just hope Nobu's little brother survives this time, unlike history....Also, Jeanne as Ranmaru is really fucking win, considering Nobunaga and Ranmaru had a sexual relationship together, and the latter committed seppuku to follow the former to death. Which ultimately means my Nobu x Jeanne ship might be legit. And Davinci AKA SUGITA is as glorious as ever.
  • Toaru Hikuushi e no Koiuta: Claire Cruz! Also the shipper inside me literally screamed when the sister realizes no one's pairing with her, and then looks at the silver haired dude. That aside, introduction to the cast, not a lot of stuff happened yet, just waiting for the suffering.
  • Noragami: This show really is solid. Loved this episode as well. Really loving that OP, really loving that supercell ED, really loving the cast overall.
  • Witch Craft Works: BDSM themes aho! So the explanation for what the hell is going on that I hoped would come with this episode didn't come, which kinda sucks. Otherwise it was enjoyable enough, and I'm enjoying the presence of the five tower witches.
  • Hamatora: Finally a good opening animation. I'm quite a bit more impressed with this episode compared to the first one. Brain motif, food motif, this episode was pretty well thought-out. Aside from the eating girl and the white haired detective guy the cast isn't enjoyable to me yet but I suppose as it continues I'll like it more.
  • Nobunagun: More crazy ass guns yo, THE NOBUNAGA THREE LINE VOLLEY, goddamn that was badass. Thing's going too fast for my tastes but yo this is fun. Nobunaga, Gandhi, and Newton in my animu is always coolio. Also despite budget issues, this show seems to get around that by being SHAFT-ish, which is also pretty cool.
  • D-Frag: Lovely as ever, the Real game dev. club president is lovely. For a second I feared for drama in my D-Frag, but then things got lighthearted and fun again and I'm satisfied. That opening song is pretty addictive too. I NEVER KNOW WHYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYy
  • Buddy Complex: So far the most disappointing thing I've seen this season. Time travelling plot point is cool and all, but the mecha designer needs to go kill himself. Everything's pretty generic and I'm not getting that fun trainwreck feel like I did with Valvrave. Dio(WRRYYYYYYYYYY-no) could potentially be an interesting character, but for now nothing is grabbing my attention much, except for dat Hina at the end.
  • Nisekoi: From last week actually. I have to say...SHAFT...well done you bloody fuckers. Nisekoi is enjoyable, but pretty much the same usual schtick. I did not expect SHAFT to be able to adapt it while inserting their own SHAFT flavor and shafting it so well that it feels new and very different. Additionally, HanaKan as Onodera is a huge fuck yes moment for me. I've always been an Onodera shipper and I really hope she wins because she is one of the most adorable things I've ever seen in a harem rom-com, and HanaKan voicing her only makes it better and better.
  • Hoozuki no Reitetsu: Episode one, somewhat mediocre. Not mediocre as in done bad, but as in I'm not laughing quite as much as I feel I usually would. The opening is strangely cute, the whole continuing of Momotaro's story is pretty funny, but otherwise it ain't clicking as much. Still gonna stick cuz I like that shinto theme, but I will probably do a rewatch in the future once I understand more Japmythology.

More episodes seen edition:

  • Mahou Sensou: Episode's not really an improvement over the first. Even with HanaKan(haven't checked but I do pride my ears enough to be able to tell it's HanaKan. Please tell me it's HanaKan) as the gun girl, thing overall just ain't clicking. Dropped.
  • Inari, Konkon, Koi Iroha: The goddess is just...so blindingly...beautiful. Not cute. Not sexy. Just downright beautiful. I like the kansai dialect in the show, and thing overall seems like a fun ride, so I'm in.
  • Golden Time: Might as well have stuff from last season. This episode is full of Koko-delicious. Koko and Chinami bros for life. Also, my ship...it has been sunk...and cruelly NTR'd.....;_; At least Yana's happy.....probably........I don't know anymore........;_;
  • Yowamushi Pedal: Pacing's slow as ever, barely anything happening in this episode. Manami overall seems like a cool guy though, and we have some motivation for Onoda-kun. Also, I really, really am loving that new OP. Better than OP1, but ED1 is better than ED2.
  • more to come

#6335442 Anime and Sometimes Manga Club

Posted by Hachimitcher-Lemon on 12 January 2014 - 09:14 AM

Might as well post my impressions of the season as well. Copied/pasted from my post from another forum:

  • Silver Spoon S2: Great new OP, very fun, lovely. Nice ED but the old one is better. Plotwise it just continues from the manga, no complaints about that.
  • Nourin: I was expecting something less comedy-like and more down-to-earth. Despite that expectation, I enjoyed it, the idol-obsessed guy makes his intentions clear, the homely girl who obviously likes him is obvious, the third smart expository guy is okay, and the idol girl looks potentially interesting.
  • Nobunaga the Fool: I have absolutely no idea what's going on, but yo that was entertaining. Everything is just so grandiose and stuff it just screams Valvrave to me, always a good thing. Do wish they explained the setting better, but overall I was into the episode.
  • Toaru Hikuushi e no Koiuta: Best romance of the season already, and it probably is going to get better from there. For a set-up episode I don't quite understand what's going on either, but I'm assuming they're exploring the world n the floating island as their base(Think Macross except the Zentradi aren't chasing them and the cast is exploring space, except in Koiuta it's the world rather than space). That opening is really, really good, made me hype. Sense this is going to be an epic of sorts.
  • Sekai Seifuku: I have no idea what this is either(For some reason this is happening a lot this season). What are those monsters? How similar is the world there to the one we have here? What's with the loli and what is world domination? Kinda feeling mixed on this, but it gives me a Penguindrum vibe so I'm sticking with it.
  • Mahou Sensou: Stupid, or so I feel. How is the bamboo blade surviving against that sword? Why isn't the protagonist freaking out at the girl pointing a GUN at him? Why do I feel the girlfriend character is going to be a bitch due to jealousy issues? What is the POINT of having a girlfriend character when I feel there's gonna be romantic tension between protagonist and the gun girl? Overall the whole episode felt rather pointless and I don't see the point of anything at all. The only character I liked so far is the dude with the big sword when he said something among the lines of 'Enough of this shit'.
  • Noragami: Kamiya, good job, your voice is great. That aside, the episode was enjoyable. The overall setup is interesting and I don't quite know how the thing's gonna proceed from here, but at least I wasn't feeling confused the whole episode unlike many other shows I've seen so far.
  • Witch Craft Works: I like the mechanic between the weakling protagonist and the tall charming silent protector heroine. No idea what is going on again, but the action was okay, the bunny army was unique so to speak, and witches and BDSM themes in the ED is cool.
  • Hamatora: That is some budget-y opening animation alright...That aside, I don't really know what to feel about this yet. I like the mystery aspect, but I don't really feel that the super powers aspect works here, nor does the bishounen-ish visual presentation. The white haired police guy aside because I like his design, I feel I would've enjoyed the show more if it had a less colorful artstyle and stuff.
  • Nobunagun: Reminds me of Girls Und Panzer for some reason. Historical figures are cool, and that is some crazy ass gun yo.
  • Space Dandy: Opening and Ending is great, giving it that. Don't really feel compelled by it or anything though. If what I hear about it being retroactive is anything to go by though, my interests might very much rise, but otherwise so far nothing amazing.
  • Sakura Trick: DEEN does not know subtlety, and I love that. Many much kisses and I hope it gets more extreme from here on.
  • Super Sonico The Animation: Sonico-chan is very...healthy, in more than one way. That aside it doesn't seem there's really anything going on, and Sonico is too perfect for my tastes. I was hoping perhaps the anime'd be about an idol who cosplays as Sonico and is well known for it, or perhaps 'Super Sonico' is an award given to the best pop idol, or something cool, but this? Don't really know what to feel about it, might stick for one more episode. At least the fanservice is nice, yo.
  • Mitakunin no Shinkousei: Again, on the fence with this one. Could potentially be funny, but can't really see right now. Gonna have to follow more to find out, I guess.
  • D-Frag: Comedy of the season, right here. Was laughing like a dumbass the entire episode. Thought it would've been some sort of stupid SoL comedy, it is exactly that, but god the jokes are spot on. Reminds me very much of Nichijou or Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou in terms of how funny this is.
  • Buddy Complex: Crap mecha designs, cool time travelling mechanic thing, typical Sunrise thing that I hope becomes wilder as it goes on.
  • ImoCho: Dropped after 10 minutes. I'm sorry, but censorship is not for me. Going to wait for glorious blurays(Which better not have censorship, damnit). Thing's pretty mediocre, but damn that is pretty extreme, I love that.

Still have Nisekoi and Wake Up Girls! to get to, which I will once decent subs for both are out.

#6321932 Pirika, Lineage of Gusto

Posted by Hachimitcher-Lemon on 17 December 2013 - 04:33 AM

Holy crap, new gusto support, finally. As someone who played Gustos before converting to X-Sabers before quitting, this is some good news.


Also, loli, would tap.

#6310840 Legend of the Shounen Heroes (Name subject to change)

Posted by Hachimitcher-Lemon on 24 November 2013 - 10:19 AM

Hm, how should I say this...This is...surprisingly good. The protagonist is overly aware of the genre to the point where his narration feels as if he's cramming in as many references to the fact that the story plays out like a shounen as possible, but it does kind of work. The entire premise of having a story that's self-aware of being a shonen and trying to deconstruct it often ends up being too pretentious, but so far this is pretty good. Looking forward to more.

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#6308877 Favorite Anime Openings

Posted by Hachimitcher-Lemon on 20 November 2013 - 07:01 AM


Time for more old stuff.

#6303184 Favorite Anime Openings

Posted by Hachimitcher-Lemon on 11 November 2013 - 04:33 AM

Who here likes fun?

#6302179 What If You Could Switch Protagonists in Animes?

Posted by Hachimitcher-Lemon on 09 November 2013 - 06:22 AM

And lastly, Shiki and Shiki swap. (Tsukihime/ Kara no kyoukai)

The result of that is quite clear cut, don't you think?


Bad puns aside, holy shit that'd be awesome. Ryougi versus Arcueid(Which to be honest is already possible thanks to Melty Blood), Tohno versus Araya, Tohno interacting with Tohko, Tohno interacting with Azaka....the list goes on....

#6275301 Favorite Anime Openings

Posted by Hachimitcher-Lemon on 21 September 2013 - 05:36 AM

Time for super affection

#6266807 Favorite Anime Openings

Posted by Hachimitcher-Lemon on 02 September 2013 - 09:30 AM

and now for something completely different..




^Actually I remember seeing that in one of the spoilers somewhere in this thread already, or else I would've went with it.

#6256886 Favorite Anime Openings

Posted by Hachimitcher-Lemon on 14 August 2013 - 10:59 AM


Let's go with something more classic and older. I still get nostalgic and inspired whenever I listen to this(Also, best L'arc en Ciel song imo)

#6255393 Favorite Anime Openings

Posted by Hachimitcher-Lemon on 12 August 2013 - 12:26 AM


One of my favorite openings, as well as favorite Kalafina song.

#6210506 Visual Novels

Posted by Hachimitcher-Lemon on 29 May 2013 - 03:11 AM

Started playing Fate/Stay Night as of yesterday. Fun, but god this is going to be loooong.