Son, I'll let you finish, but Gurren Lagann is the best anime of all time. All time!
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Hi. I saw your comment on my Toradora review and I hope I can clarify for you why I personally think Lovely Complex is better than Toradora. I thought that both of the main characters of Lovely Complex had very fun and relateable personalities. I could identify with some of the struggles that the girl was going through and even some that the boy was going through. I though many of the jokes were actually funny whereas in Toradora every attempt at humor is embarassingly awkward. The focus was always on the relationship between the main characters and all drama that occurred in the anime was a result of their budding relationship. To this day, Taiga's family situation still makes absolutely no sense to me. The friends of the main characters were actually good friends to them and supported them in their goals and were also generally fun characters. However, as much as I like Lovely Complex, I acknowledge that it is not perfect. I had quite a few problems with it myself. The girl's fickleness and the possibility of a student-teacher relationship made the second half of the show not as good as the first half of the show, which is a shame because the second half of the show is where the writers should have been trying their hardest. I also wish that they would have come up with a different kind of conflict other than outsider likes one of the main characters because that's literally every conflict. If you want to talk about this more, I would be very happy to do so. Thank you for your feedback on my review, I appreciate it.
That is your prerogative. It's an unusual anime that people either tend to love or hate. I completely understand why it isn't everybody’s favorite. It tries a lot of techniques that are pretty unusual and don't necessarily fly with everyone.
I want to write a few words in response to your comment on my AnoHana review.
My main issue with the way it portrayed the characters' emotions was how huge the emphasis on simple childhood crushed was. That, and the fact that Jinta was incredibly traumatized by Meiko's death while little to no attention was paid to how his mother's death affected him. That struck me as incredibly awkward. Even worse was that the father seemed strangely indifferent to how his own son was wasting away his future being a shut-in while he should be going to school.
I'm aware that this should've been in my actual review. I know that I'm not that good of a writer, to put it mildy. I nonetheless hope that I was able to explain my stance a little better.
thank you for your comment on my review! Yes, one of the website reviewers said the same thing about my review when i submitted it to him. It was a tough one for me. I felt that even giving the premise would give away too much for this anime. but after thinking about it furthur, i realize that i do need to add the premise.
The premise is pretty simple. the main character is Rintaro Okabe, he's a highschool graduate who has a group of friends who invent stuff. He loves to go by an alias named hououin, and calls himself a mad scientest (which tends to make people think he is crazy, and he kind of is, which makes it funny). One of their inventions is a phone-activated microwave that they uknowingly made into a sort-of time machine. I dare not say anything else other than the story progresses as they learn about what they invented and meet new people that form interests about the invention.