Hi! I love Japanese. This brought me to music, voice actors, and eventually animation. Right now I'm trying to build a vocabulary.
Besides collecting discs and figures I enjoy science fiction novels and pen & paper roleplaying.
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Hey, alexander. Guess whose country I'm in? That's right, yours! Here for a minimum of one year, and if I get the Masters I applied for, a minimum of three years. Am in the north, Oldenburg. And my German is pretty darn good - I can understand 95% of a normal conversation at natural speed, but I can produce maybe 60% of what I need. I keep asking for vocabulary. But the family I'm staying with for a little while are really great and speak only German with me in the house. Anyway, just to say your country is AWESOME. Gonna like it here muchly.
I was browsing profiles, and then i suddenly saw your signature, the one with: Anime watched" and stuff and i know i recognize those characters from somewhere. So my question is: from what anime are they ?
Ah, I wasn't sure of their level of involvement in Bakemonogatari's music. It was great stuff, though. Did they do the instrumentals, though?
Well, I want them to name it appropriately. It isn't much of a preview at all, is it? It should be titled "Seasonal First Impressions". That would be accurate.
Erin's slow pace is definitely it's biggest turn-off, so if you could barely manage the first episode it might not be worth it. Ideally, I would recommend you watch until episode 7 (where the story stops easing the audience into the world/Erin and the plot gets going) and see how you feel from there. If you aren't hooked/couldn't manage to get that far (completely understandable, I usually shy away from slow-paced things) then don't bother.