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Oh no problem, jenny. I wouldn't mind keeping a conversation going, if you'd like, although there are so many people on here that i have trouble keeping track sometimes. :P
I like this song more every time I hear it. :)
Your english seems pretty decent to me; I wouldnt have guessed that it's not your first language until you mentioned it. :)
I actually am aware of Happy tree friends, although I've only seen a few episodes...it's a rather violent show. xD
By "groovin" I meant it's "groovy", which means "cool" in an unusual way, more or less.
By 'gives GITS a run for its money' I mean that it is about as good as, and debatably better than, GITS in terms of its' visual prowess. I like the way GITS looks more because the characters are drawn seriously, and are detailed, whereas in Metropolis they are cartoony. But I think Metropolis might have better background art.
Thinking on it, I've recently come across another anime that gives GITS a run for its money, as well. It's called Metropolis. I hope that you watch GITS, Kara no Kyoukai, or Metropolis and at least let AnimeShima know what you think about them.
Oh and btw I dont know what it's from, but that avatar on mal is pretty groovin in its' Yandere-ness. :p
Hey there Jenny, I know you asked AnimeShima this question and not me, but I'd like to give you a recommendation for animation, if you havent already seen it. I definitely agree with what animeshima says about Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence; it's very very nicely done and IS superior, imo, to a lot of stuff that's out today. the same goes for the original GITS too. But if scifi isnt your thing, I'd recommend Kara no Kyoukai. As it happens, Kara no Kyoukai was animated by Ufotable, which also did Gyo (I have no idea why, what a horrible movie! xD). Kara no Kyoukai is a dark fantasy with horror/suspense elements and a philosophical undertone. It has stunning visuals and audio, strong character development, interesting themes that delve into the nature of humanity (much like GITS except dealing with morality instead of the ability to think), a gripping (imo) mystery, and a decent balance of action and exposition (I think it does this better than GITS). It has easily been my favorite series since I saw it about a year ago, and most of the people who I've rec'd it to have enjoyed it very much. Just yesterday someone who I rec'd it to was saying about how everything is perfect :p. While I dont think it's PERFECT, I think it is pretty damned close, the least of which is because of its' beautiful balance of artistic imagery and realism. My avatar is from KnK btw ;)