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Anime isnt that old. I just dont know all of the definitive stuff I guess. I was thinking of watching the new Fist of the North Star movies.
Say, Sayaka sensei, will you still use anime planet when you go abroad?
I chose those cause they seem to be big and new. I never try fresh, hot out of japan anime.
As for why I dont start with classics? I dunno. I guess there are certain genres I refuse to try such as harem and ecchi. As for classics...hmmmm I actually don't know of any classics right off from the top of mym head besides stuff like Ranma( never watched it), DBZ, the miyazaki films(watched some of those), Akira, Yu Yu Hakusho etc...Wait, Sayaka, actually let me rephrase a bit. What do you mean by entry-level classics, exactly how far back are you speaking? Cause I believe I have seen atleast SOME classics.
WAIFU! Ahhh I somehow forgot about AP.com all together... I was in China for half of May and I've been working since I got back. Anime has not been very inspiring (I watched two movies: Kotonoha no Niwa (which was pretty to look at) and Nerawareta Gakuen (which was again, pretty... but wth plot and pacing and generic characters).
How're you doing~ what're you watching~ what're you looking forward to in the summer season~ etc. Basically, just send me something long that'll make me want to watch stuff. xD
How did you feel about epilouge?
Konya, Epilouge wo mita.
I must say, that this episode stood out from the rest and many other animes in general. It was pure thought and dialouge. Albeit, the frames and images were gorgious and it employed some neat camera work. However, at times I felt that some of it was philosophical bullcrap because it was hard to follow. Yet, it was an interesting take on human nature non-the less. Ga suki data :)
It was better than episode 6.