Love anime and always have since i was a kid, favorite genre's in no specific order include Mecha, Ecchi, Romance, Harem, Drama, Episodic, Feudal Japan, Phychological Thriller, Cyberpunk, Action, Adventure, Scifi, Horror, Mystery, Thriller, Slice of life, School Life, Otaku Culture and Fantasy.....I'll watch any anime though.......If you see my list of anime and have any suggestions on anime i havn't watched yet drop me a comment and lemme know, or if you want any suggestions on anime you might like based off of what i have seen......
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Not really picky when it comes to anime, though i'm far from an otaku, i love anime so much that i find it hard for me to be critical on anime i've watched or for me to completely dislike it, i feel if i start watching an anime i need to finish it or else it was just wasted time, even if i completely dislike the ending of an anime, i really opt to enjoy the pro's rather than focusing on the con's. I find that my favorite anime's tend to be one's that are anywhere from 5 to 30 episodes long, for Ex: Cowboy Bebop, Samurai Champloo, Black Lagoon, Devil May Cry, Okusama wa Joshikousei, Myself;Yourself, Paranoia Agent, Please Twins, Please Teacher, FLCL AKA Fooly Cooly, B Gata H Kei AKA Yamada's First Time, Suki-tte Li Na Yo AKA Say I Love You, Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun AKA My Little Monster, Etc. I have no problem with fanservice either when it comes to anime, it's actually rather enjoyable in most aspects, the one thing that bugs me with long anime's is FILLERS, i can't stand em, which is why most my favorite anime's are usually shorter than 30 episodes, that and the fact that 10 to 30 episodes is more than enough time to create a great story, and i feel like if it is shorter it makes the anime that much greater because it leaves you craving for more, some people may not like this because then your sitting there and wanting more of an anime that you will most likely never get more of. Can't stand anime that leaves you with an empty feeling once you have finished it, even though most of my favorite anime's have left me with that feeling, i find that this happens in a lot of anime's dealing with romance and controversial subjects like Yosuga No Sora(which i thought was a great anime regardless of the controversial subject matter because they really did a great job on adding genre's like Slice of Life and School life into it), another few anime's that left me with that empty feeling were Koi Kaze(Don't get me wrong this anime i can assure you is not for the weak hearted or for people with weak stomaches, it will leave you with an empty feeling and most people won't even watch it due to the subject matter, i however watched it anyway and i thought it was great due to the twists and turns and the soundtrack is pretty great and i listen to it pretty often, though it is very depressing at some parts), School Days, My Little Monster, Cowboy Bebop, Kite, and FLCL AKA Fooly Cooly. Fooly Cooly really did a number on me as far as empty feelings back in the day when i first watched it on Adult Swim(Cartoon Network after dark), though it wasn't because the ending was really neccesarily sad, it was just WAYYY to short for an anime that i found to completely fucking amazing, there were really a lot of other parts of the story in my opinion that went unfinished and needed a lot more clarification regarding so.