Jehowi's avatar

Jehowi

  • Bree City, Belgium
  • Joined Jan 5, 2013
  • 25 / M

I'm Jehowi, professional hikikomori in private life, police officer in public. Why, my whole existence could've been a terrific Anime story! Hope you'll enjoy your stay here.

A short explanation of my Anime list:

- Anything with 3 stars or more is worth watching, whereas shows with 4 or more stars are a must-watch.

My favorite anime genres are fantasy, comedy and drama.

My least favorite genres are (for most of the time) mecha and sports anime.

I'm a huge music fan. Bands I've seen so far include The Rolling Stones, Aerosmith, Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, Guns 'N Roses, Kiss, The Scorpions, Slipknot, Judas Priest, Motley Crue, Rammstein, Deep Purple, Metallica, Linkin Park, System of a Down, AC/DC...

I also enjoy watching and playing football. My favorite teams are Club Brugge, Liverpool F.C. and the national team of Belgium.

Other than that, I spend most of my time playing games. I'm usually more of a retro gamer. I've played over 250 games in my life (yes, I counted them. That's just how awesome I am). My favorite games are The Illusion of Time (SNES), Spyro 2 and 3, Tekken and Crash Team Racing (Playstation), Legend of Zelda - Ocarina of time (N64), Pokémon(Gameboy), Guitar Hero (Nintendo WII), Age of Empires, The Lord of the rings - Battle for Middle-Earth and The Witcher (PC)

 

Top 20 Anime:

Life on anime

  • 33 Minutes
  • 22 Hours
  • 4 Days
  • 1 Weeks
  • 2 Months
  • 0 Years

Anime ratings

  • 5
  • 4.5
  • 4
  • 3.5
  • 3
  • 2.5
  • 2
  • 1.5
  • 1
  • 0.5

251 total

Life on manga

  • 0 Minutes
  • 4 Hours
  • 4 Days
  • 0 Weeks
  • 0 Months
  • 0 Years

Manga ratings

  • 5
  • 4.5
  • 4
  • 3.5
  • 3
  • 2.5
  • 2
  • 1.5
  • 1
  • 0.5

25 total

I adore these characters

See all loved characters

I'm not a fan of these characters

See all hated characters

Comments

You must be logged in to leave comments. Login or sign up today!

PurplePeopleEater says...

Nevermind about the sending screenshots in comments. I assume your name is the same on the forums. I wasn't sure since the picture is different and I don't know much about how that works, but it looks like I can send you the screenshots in a conversation there if it's alright with you. Let me know.

Have a nice day.

Oct 17, 2016
PurplePeopleEater says...

(In response to your comments on my profile)

 Out of curiosity, what are you going to do with the screen shots? Like I said, Im curious what the purpose is. Reccord keeping of some kind?

 I don't know how to place images in comments so you will need to tell me how or give me an email address to send it to.

On to the next order of business.

 I respect that you have your own opinions but you cannot force someone to have the same opinions as you do. You can’t make opinion fact either.

I am listening, but if you’re just going to call me stupid and not listen to me either, then it makes discussing things really hard. I don't mind talking and hearing your opinion and explaining mine. I don't mind discussing our opinions. I don't mind criticism either. However, the way you are speaking to me is not criticism. It’s not an adult discussion of differing opinions either.

 Now I am sorry people have told you to go kill yourself. That kind of comment is actually against the rules on this site so I hope you reported it at least. However, not deleting that comment isn't doing anyone any good. Negativity can only be negative. That also isn't criticism. I'm not surprised since many people don't understand what criticism actually is. Criticism is polite. It has the best interests of the other person in mind. It is helpful. It doesn't merely point out what is wrong, but helps fix it. It is not malicious, disrespectful, hurtful, insulting, or mean. It is not bullying. Criticism does not attack someone. You cannot criticize someone if you don't care about them either. Insults, verbal attacks, malicious statements, disrespectful statements, name calling, threatening, etc. are bullying or harassment and can sometimes be punishable by law. Telling someone to die is in no way criticism.

 When speaking face to face, about 70 percent of communication is non-verbal and about 80 percent has nothing to do with the words you use. That means, when you talk to someone online, you are at a disadvantage because you only have the left over 20 percent at best. How you use that 20 percent becomes far more important. Most of the time we don't think that hard about the words we use. We don't think about the difference between saying "it is true" and "I believe it is true" or "that is not right" and "I don't believe that is right." Those statements mean entirely different things. The non-verbal cues make up for that failure to discern the different phrases. Our minds learn to process all the different cues at a very young age. Our mind processes all the cues and then presents the message. Criticizing on the internet or even just speaking on the internet is difficult. I mess up too. The person you are speaking too can't discern your intentions or reasons through visual and audible cues such as body language or tone of voice. The only indications they have are your words. It's a bit of a complex concept to explain.

My point is, if you think those harassing comments like go die are criticism, they aren't. If you think what you said was criticism, it wasn't. It may or may not have been your intentions to criticize, but it didn't come out as criticism.

 Yes, I deleted your comments and I cleaned up the comments on the Ace Attorney review. I was tired of the negativity and long winded rants.

 Now, please allow me to explain something to you. I will try to make this as simple and clear as possible. Sorry it is so long, but I wanted to make sure it wasn't too complicated.

 The anime and the games are two SEPERATE things. Are they connected? Yes. So is your ear to your head, I would assume at least. I was NOT reviewing the games. I was reviewing the anime as a separate entity. Not everyone who watches or considers watching an anime has played the games.

 Before I continue, I will ask you a question. Do you know what a perspective or point of view is? In case you don't. Please allow me to provide you with the definition. Perspective refers to a particular attitude toward or way of regarding something. It is synomonous with the phrase "point of view."

A perspective can be influenced by a person’s experiences, pool of knowledge, emotions, and intelligence (although intelligence plays less of a role). Each person has their own perspective or way of seeing things. This perspective is not absolute. It can change with the accumulation of new knowledge or experiences or a change in emotion. These perspectives determine how we regard the world around us. People with similar knowledge and experiences tend to have similar points of view as you can probably guess. I hope this isn't too complicated. I apologize if it is.

 You and I have our own perspective or point of view. Our knowledge and experiences are different. I can only make assumptions based off of what you have said, but I assume you watched the anime after playing the games. You have the knowledge from both and the experience from both. On the other hand, I have not played the games. I only watched the anime. I will not see the anime the same way as you because our knowledge and experiences are too different.

 Now let’s say John and Jane stumble on to anime planet onto the Ace Attorney page and start reading the reviews. John has played the games. He wants to see if the anime is worth watching. Jane has not played the games. She has no knowledge of the story prior to reading the reviews. She saw it was listed in the list of animes for the new season and thought the title sounded interesting.

Let’s say Luke played the games and wrote a review. Kate did not play the games but wrote a review. John should read Luke's review because his knowledge and experiences are more similar to Luke’s and therefore the two are more likely to have a similar perspective. They still may not agree, but there is a better chance because, like John, Luke knows all the explanations provided in the game and backstories etc. However, Luke’s review won't be as helpful for Jane. Jane doesn't have the information from playing the games. She won't get excited the first time her favorite character shows up because she doesn't know the characters or have a favorite yet. She won't watch the anime and compare the similarities and differences from the game so whether or not it closely follows the game or the rules of the universe that story takes place in will not have an effect on how much she enjoys the show. The same goes for Kate. Jane should read Kates review because their perspectives have a better chance of being similar. She is more likely to have a similar experience.

How are the two reviews different though?

 The reviews are likely to be based on different aspects of the anime.

 When Kate and Luke watch the anime, they will focus on different aspects. Luke will focus on the anime as it relates to the games. He will already have expectations. He will be more biased most likely. His feelings for one will likely carry over to the other. He is human which means it's inevitable basically. If he liked the games, he will probably not like the anime if it doesn't follow the games. For example he might think "character is friendlier in the game. I like that character better when they are friendlier." If he never played the games, he wouldn't know that.

 Kate will be judging the anime based solely on the characteristics of the anime. Kate might be biased too, but it will be different. Maybe she really likes this style and genre. Maybe she usually avoids it. It is biased for different reasons. Kate only has other animes to compare it too as well. Her comparisons will be different. Neither review is better overall though. Luke’s review won't help Jane and Kates review won't help John.

Hopefully none of that was too complicated.

Now you could say that people shouldn't watch the anime if they don't play the games. People who don't play the games won't get it and won't like it. The only problem is that isn't true. You can like an anime without playing the games. On the other hand, you can play the games and not always true. I never played the Danganronpa games and I love the animes. I never played the Persona games or the .hack games and I enjoyed Persona 3 and .hacksign.

Lastly, I will admit this. I made the wrong points in your perspective. They weren't the wrong ones in mine. We cannot possibly come to agree on this because we are coming from two completely different places. There are others who would agree with you and others who would agree with me. It's an opinion. I am not asking you to say I am right. That wouldn't make any sense. In your opinion I am wrong. What I do ask is that you be respectful of other people’s opinions and that you and I simply agree to disagree. Everyone has their own beliefs. It would be a boring world if they didn't. I respect that you disagree with the points I made them and when. I disagree though. Trust me; this will all be a lot less tiring if we agree to disagree instead of trying to turn opinion into fact.

Oct 17, 2016
PurplePeopleEater says...

I have deleted your comments on the reviews. I took a screen shot of each one first though. If you want a copy, just ask. Have a nice day.

Oct 16, 2016
PurplePeopleEater says...

(In response to your comment on my Ace Attourney review) 

 I have noticed that you seem to find something to complain about on the majority of my reviews for animes that I gave low scores for. I almost want to write more just to see what happens. lol.

As I already explained, my review for this anime is meant for people who also haven't played the games. If you have played the games, obviously, you will go into the anime with different expectations and perceive it differently. The review isn't for those who have played the game. So, no. None of the points are the wrong points. It's a matter of opinion, so there is no right or wrong. 

You do realize you have to be 13 years or older to use this site right? 

Oct 16, 2016
PurplePeopleEater says...

(In response to your two comments on my Durarara post)

One, you don't need to threaten to take a screen shot and post to the forums. I'm not sure what the purpose of that would be anyways. It's actually a bit childish. I don't recall deleting any comments on that review. If I did, it was probably because they weren't about the anime or they were rude. If they were about the review itself and/or how it is written, those comments do not belong on the review, they belong on my profile. Any written in the review comments will be deleted. You can post it on the forums until your blue in the face. Send me the link so I can get a good laugh please :)

I said "that Izuya guy" once. The rest of the time I simply called him Izuya. For your information, I really liked his character. I'm really not sure what your issue is. 

Now, unless you are six years old, there is no point in having a little hissy fit everytime my opinion of an anime doesn't match yours. People are allowed to dislike an anime and they are allowed to say so. 

Oct 16, 2016