Sup guys. Genki. I like anime and manga Not the biggest fan, but it's a pretty cool art form and what not.
......By the way, I'm the Knight of the Pink Sky...just so you know.
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Red Garden's art is quite unappealing looking. Those faces, man.
Don't watch it. I've heard it bastardizes the manga's story and is overall a terrible adaption.
I've been using this site since 2007. I'm not stopping anytime soon... unless I suddenly start hating anime or something.
...but SnK is currently airing, and it's the most popular show from the spring season, so you're already watching one.
Most people dropped Aku no Hana after epiosde 1, and Gargantia isn't that popular either. There are much better choices.
Classics means throughout the entirety of history, of course. It's not like anime as a medium is that old anyway.
Well, if you remember the list I sent you of my KnK movie rankings, the epilogue was one of my least favorites, only managing to be better than movie 6, which isn't a difficult feat. The epilogue was meant to provide closure -- one of those "back to the beginning" endings, and despite being longer than it needed to be, it drove the point home that the old Shiki had two personalities, the newer Shiki had been a mixture of the two old personalities, and that Shiki's Void powers were fundamentally linked to her third personality, one that had always been present. As for why I didn't like it, I felt that the writing was poor and filled with highschool level pseudo-philosophical tripe that attempts at seeming 'deep' with long, boring, verbose talks about existentialism. Not my type of story, to say the least. Best case scenario, you got to watch a fuckload of snow in the haze of a bazillion high pressure sodium lamps, which are apparently all that glorious NIPPON uses.
Out of curiosity, why Aku no Hana and Gargantia? You haven't particularly seen wide variety of anime, so instead of focusing on mediocre to decent currently airing shows, shouldn't you experiment with entry-level anime that are regarded as classics that defined their respective genres?
If you liked Gyo, you'll probably also like Uzumaki by the same author. It's considered his best work and is formatted the same as Gyo... well, Junji Ito only writes short stories, but yeah, spirals.