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CommanderKarasu

  • Joined Mar 25, 2010
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Welcome to my profile.

Please call me Karasu. I'm married to Itachi Uchiha. I'm also a moderator for the anime and character databases here on Anime-Planet. If you have any questions or concerns, don't hesitate to ask. :)

 

 

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LadyPsychic says...

Most of the anime I watch are already completed before I start to watch them, though there are exceptions (such as Space Brothers which is still ongoing, and Blast of Tempest and Magi which while they are now finished airing, I first started watching them while they were still airing).  Usually, in the cases of ongoing series that I watch, I wait until the series already has several episodes (preferably to the point that I think the series only has a few episodes left) before I start to watch it.  I successfully did this with Magi because there were only one or two episodes left to be aired before I started watching it.  Blast of Tempest, on the other hand, I miscalculated and started watching it when 10 episodes had aired (thinking that it would be a 12 episode series, when in reality it wound up being a 24 episode series).  It's a similar situation with Space Brothers because I thought it's was only going to be 26 episodes long, but it's now at episode 51 and still going (and I'm hearing rumours that it's going to be an 80+ episode series or even longer).

The reason why I prefer to watch completed series (or at least series that are almost complete) is so that I can watch at my own pace instead of waiting for a week for the next episode to come out.  Of course, there cases in which I have no choice but to wait a week in order to watch the next episode, such as the series I'm watching on TV (via Toonami).  However, if I'm watching an anime series on the internet, I want to watch as many episodes as I want when I want it.

As for One Piece, I've heard of it, but I haven't seen it (yet).  Most of the series I watch are short, but I have been trying to watch more long series.  Other than Space Brothers, the other long (as in 50+ episodes) series I'm currently watching are Eyesheild 21, Eureka Seven (which I'm watching on Toonami, so I can only watch one episode per week), Gintama, and Slam Dunk (which I just started watching today).     

Apr 5, 2013
spitzfire says...

the genres that i usually like and love are romance, action, comedy, and adventureoh and supernatural (i.e. vampire shows)

if anime have two or more of these genres in them i usually tend to love them (like romance, action and comedy)

i plan on watching steins;gate b/c it seems like a popular anime chihayafuru looked interesting to me. i do plan on watching both of them soon

are you excited for the next season of anime

Mar 31, 2013
LadyPsychic says...

Yeah, I know how you feel.  I also have too many anime series that I want to watch.  It's sometimes difficult to decide which anime I'm going to watch next.  I often resort to making a smaller list of 5 to 20 anime that I really want to watch (that I can watch legaly online) and using random.org to choose for me.  I usually only actively watch 10 series at a time (though I do occasionally make exceptions.  For example, if Crunchyroll is going to drop a series on my 'want to watch' list (or if it's not on my 'want to watch' list but I find it interesting enough) then I'll watch it even if I'm already watching 10 series.)

Mar 17, 2013
LadyPsychic says...

Yeah, Texhnolyze probably isn't for everyone.  That said, I do like it (even though it is disoriating at times).  I can't compare it to Lain because I haven't seen Lain, yet (though I plan to someday).  Personally, Texhnolyze kind of, sort of reminds me of Gungrave (except weirder, more artsy, and more disoriating).  It also kind of, sort of reminds me of Ghost in the Shell (the original movie). 

As for HR, I've heard of it, but I haven't seen it yet.  Here's an interesting fact that you may or may not know: at least one of the people who worked on HR also worked on Lain and Texhnolyze!

Mar 8, 2013
LadyPsychic says...

Yeah, I liked Ano Natsu de Matteru and thought it was a pretty good series.  So far, I'm really enjoying Kuroko's Basketball.  Texhnolyze is definately different and interesting, but I'm finding it somewhat difficult in following the story (though things do seem to be slowly but surely coming together, sort of).  Then again, it is in the mindf*ck genre, so I suppose I should've expected that.

Mar 2, 2013