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Title says it all.

Personally I still relentlessly keep up with the "big three" - Naruto, Bleach, and One Piece - although Naruto is really the only one that's stayed "good" over the years.

Aside from those, I read Bakuman, Toriko, and Claymore, and I've finished Death Note, DBZ, Eyeshield 21, and YuYu Hakusho.

What about you? 😄

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Uh there’s to many to list, but I like pretty much anything adventure/fighting, and the occasional romantic stuff

I can get some names of this after work~

Solo leveling, Orphanage Tamer, Faking it in style, The Legendary mechanic, And many more

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I'm a bit picky when it comes to anime. Right now I'm casually watching Goblin Slayer.

I watched Naruto, but not shippuden. One Piece is good, but I really don't want to tackle almost one thousand episodes. Never watched Bleach.

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4 hours ago, ClumsyCake said:

I'm a bit picky when it comes to anime. Right now I'm casually watching Goblin Slayer.

I watched Naruto, but not shippuden. One Piece is good, but I really don't want to tackle almost one thousand episodes. Never watched Bleach.

Goblin Slayer was decent - Quite enjoyable. One Piece is a colossal project - agreed but you will not be disappointed.
After it finishes and also Boruto - I will no longer commit myself to 100+ episode anime.

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I like some of the more obscure ones. Typically where the protagonist gets reborn or transported into a fantasy realm. Things like:

Bofuri: I Don't Want to Get Hurt, so I'll Max Out My Defense.

Arifureta: From Commonplace to World's Strongest

Demon Lord retry

How to not summon a demon lord

Wise Man's Grandchild

Overlord

and several others along the same vein.

Have to make a special mention for Sword Art Online though. really liked that one

 

 

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I'm sorry for such a boomer post but Manga and Anime in general is something i've become bored of.
During the 2000's, 2010's i read/watched tons of it and had a really fun time, but i now feel as if everything is just recycled materials. Original concepts are so seldom and shonen overall bores me to death.
Something that keeps me in it is animation itself tho, i love studying direction style of directors, story-boarders, and key animators.

As far as anime is concerned things like Kaiji, Baccano, Hellsing ultimate, Redline, steins;gate resonates well with me.
Some mangas i loved were Hideout, flowers of evil, green blood...

But if we were to talk about recent times then as far as anime is concerned Castlevania would get the cake, As a fan of both animation and the video game its a treat!
Manga wise i don't read much anymore but Chainsawman would be my mvp, it felt fresh and fun without being cliché.

Funfact : Back in the early 2000's fansub were already a thing, people would burn them via their VHS recorder and sell them "under the counter", i remember watch dragonballGT like that. It felt like buying drugs lol. 

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13 hours ago, Shid0x said:

I'm sorry for such a boomer post but Manga and Anime in general is something i've become bored of.

I agree whole heartily. Neon Genesis was about the only anime that I liked. Naruto from start up to the Naruto and Sasuke fight (kids) was about where I had it with that one. anything else... I'm just not interested in that anymore.

 

 

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I've watched/am watching most of the big ones, AOT, Tokyo Revengers, One Piece, Naruto, JJK, FMAB, HxH, etc.

I've read AOT, and keeping up with OP.

For newer anime I have seen and recommend: "Ranking of Kings" (<-- big one!!) and "Odd Taxi". And you if want to spice it up a bit, then " My Dress-Up Darling" would be nice ;).

I also have seen a lot of comedy/romance/slice of life shows.

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On 2/3/2022 at 12:15 PM, Linda said:

For newer anime I have seen and recommend: "Ranking of Kings" (<-- big one!!) and "Odd Taxi". And you if want to spice it up a bit, then " My Dress-Up Darling" would be nice ;).

I also have seen a lot of comedy/romance/slice of life shows.

I just watched my dress-up darling, definitely liked it!

I too read a bunch, usually more than I can keep up with though 😞

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When it comes to anime I always, always recommend Haibane Renmei. It's short (13 episodes x 20 minutes) and is the most versatile anime I've ever seen. Not as in genre necessarily. It's very cute, very delightful to watch and it contains mysteries that makes you really think. It also has an open ending (and story in general) which can be seen as either the cutest thing ever, or one of the secretly darkest thing you've ever seen.

It really is hard to put your finger on, as you can tell by the description, so I just generally recommend it.

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9 hours ago, Wondertje said:

When it comes to anime I always, always recommend Haibane Renmei.

Funny, friend of mine keeps saying i should watch this anime, but never gave it a try lol. Gonna check it out later on.

 

The only anime i follow at the moment is One piece, and oh boy the animation of the Wano arc is just beautiful.

Favourite manga is for sure Medaka box. It's not really the story that i find compelling, but the characters. (Almost) every character has such interesting personalities

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7 hours ago, Amino said:

Funny, friend of mine keeps saying i should watch this anime, but never gave it a try lol.

That's amazing! I've never actually come across anyone else who knows about it, it's rather unknown 😛

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I am an Anime/manga freak as well i love the old schools way more than the latest although i do cycle through them now and then.

Yu Yu Hakusho, Evanglion, Samurai Champloo, Samurai 7, Samurai Jack, Black Jack, Darker than Black, Fairy Tail, One Piece, Naruto/Shippuuden, Bleach, Golgo 13, Baku, Law of Ueki, Full Metal Alchemist, Phantasy Star, Fate Series, Tenjou Tenge, Noragami Aragato, One Punch Man, My Hero Academia, Kimetsu no Yaiba, Ixion Saga, Get Backers, The Kings Avatar and a whole lot more but lets just leave it at that.

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On 7/10/2022 at 8:40 PM, Wondertje said:

That's amazing! I've never actually come across anyone else who knows about it, it's rather unknown 😛

She often shares fairly unknown anime with me, mostly OVA's 😄

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Studio Ghibli has some of the best animated movies I've ever seen. Grave of the Fireflies (don't watch it if you're not somewhere you're comfortable crying), My Neighbor Totoro, Spirited Away - among others.

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