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BlastaMastaBlastaMasta Posts: 177
Art3mis
edited January 14 in Off-Topic
Ok. I would never start a topic like this... 'cause I am not a huge anime fan, but I just watched this! And It was amazing! You should watch it too!



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  • BlastaMastaBlastaMasta Posts: 177
    Art3mis
    edited January 14
    This one is next! 


    Guilty pleasure... no dub on this one  :'(
  • kojackkojack Posts: 3,290 Volunteer Moderator
    Season 2 of Ao no Exorcist starts this saturday!


    (If you don't know the story, it's about a teenage boy who discovers he's the son of Satan, but uses his demonic powers to fight evil)


    There's at least 33 new shows or new seasons starting over the next 12 days, but Ao no Exorcist is the only one that looks interesting to me so far.

  • elbofforelboffor Posts: 2,043 Valuable Player
    edited January 2
    Errr
    Is this anime porn?
    This is my forum signature.
    There are many others like it, but this is mine.
  • DimitriLDimitriL Posts: 122
    Art3mis
    I hope people here know Sword Art Online.

    MMORPG vs. Virtual Reality vs. Anime = Masterpiece
    Wake up, Neo.
    The Matrix has you...
    Follow the white rabbit...
    Knock knock, Neo.
  • BlastaMastaBlastaMasta Posts: 177
    Art3mis
    edited January 4
    Not quite porn, but there is some fan service, must say it's not bad if you into romcoms   :D , kinda force you to look at things differently too, I enjoyed it.

    I heard about SAO, I even heard there is gonna be live action tv series, but I haven't seen it yet, maybe I'll watch it next.

    Never heard of Blue Exorcist, as I said I am just getting into anime, thanks for recommendation  ;)
  • GtAwyFrmMyRamenGtAwyFrmMyRamen Posts: 133
    Art3mis
    SAO turns into trash after the first Arc.

    Seriously, up to episode 14 it's gold. But then it nose dives hard into mediocrity and anime harem cliche's.

    Log Horizon is a consistently good VR Anime I'd recommend.
  • zork2001zork2001 Posts: 470
    Nexus 6
    SAO turns into trash after the first Arc.

    Seriously, up to episode 14 it's gold. But then it nose dives hard into mediocrity and anime harem cliche's.

    Log Horizon is a consistently good VR Anime I'd recommend.

    Log Horizon was pretty good.

     

    I also really like Overloard.  Same thing being stuck in an online game but in this one he is one of the guild leaders in a all horde evil guild that most of the guild members have left and the server to the game is going to be shut down. He is the only one to stay logged in to the very end and wakes up to discover the game is now real and all the NPC charters the guild created to protect their guild hall are alive and think he is their master.


  • BlastaMastaBlastaMasta Posts: 177
    Art3mis
    edited January 14
    I am definitely watching that. Meanwhile I found something that touched my soul. (And its only 45 min long)


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  • xunknownxxunknownx Posts: 55
    Lawnmower Man (or Woman)
    sakurasou is one of my favorites.  that said, i probably watched atleast 75% of the titles mentioned in the above flow chart. 
  • FrozenPeaFrozenPea Posts: 2,230 Valuable Player
    edited January 6
    @kojack holy shit!

    I'm not super into Anime but I do watch them if I'm recommended something good and a friend lends it to me or it's on Netflix! :) Cowboy Bebop is one of my fav's so far so highly recommend it!

    In terms of VR related(or at least some form of HMD reference) I did like SAO, .hack and obviously Ghost in a Shell :)
  • BlastaMastaBlastaMasta Posts: 177
    Art3mis
    Holy shit! This flowchart is amazing, I already seen some, but so many to check now  :)
  • BlastaMastaBlastaMasta Posts: 177
    Art3mis
    edited January 8
    Hey, decided to watch Ao No exorcist, not bad at all but there are some major plot holes. I don't get it... are exorcists a secret organisation? 'Cause at some times it looks like everybody and their dog knows about them. At least characters are ok'ish (most of them, priest rocks). Writing is mediocre at best but still entertaining. Think I'll watch it to the end.

     Update:

    Ok, what the hell? How a demon can be a head of a exorcists branch? He's a demon right? This makes no sense

  • Paul_BlythePaul_Blythe Posts: 325
    Trinity
    edited January 13
    I'm about 1/2 way through watching Tokyo Ghoul, which I can highly recommend... waiting on season 2 of One Punch Man and My Hero Academina.

    If you've seen/liked Code Geass ... Alderamin on the Sky is pretty good
    SAO ... Accel World is also by Reki Kawahara. Log Horizon is good, but tamer than SAO.
    Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans
    Kuromukuro 
    Drifers 
    Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress
    Knights of Sidonia
    Aldnoha.Zero
    Bungou Stray Dogs
    Dimension W
    Beelzebub

    Just to many good Anime to list...

    Been watching Anime and reading Manga for about 24 years, my Japanese is still crap!
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  • cyberealitycybereality Posts: 21,372 Oculus Staff
    I love anime. Been a little out of it though, I should watch more. Aside from the VR ones everyone recommends here are two picks that should be SFW.




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  • Paul_BlythePaul_Blythe Posts: 325
    Trinity
    Aldnoah.Zero is amazing, has one of the best unhappy endings I've seen in Anime. Yet to watch season 2 and believe a 3rd season has been confirmed. 

    Gave up watching long series like Naruto, Bleach and One Piece. I've got all the tankōbon, so watching the Anime is a bit pointless. 

    Glad to see there's another volume of Hunter x Hunter due soon, it's been well over a year since the last one.
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  • kojackkojack Posts: 3,290 Volunteer Moderator
    No mention of Anime can go by without bringing up the greatest anime movie of all time: Redline!

    It's like Cannonball Run but in space.

    Some other great shows:
    - Katanagatari.
    The last master of the school of unarmed vs sword combat is recruited to hunt down 12 magic swords. Only 12 (long, like 49min each) episodes. The whole series is epic, but episode 12 cranks it up an order of magnitude.

    - Ride Back.
    An ex ballerina becomes addicted to racing bipedal transforming motorbikes called Ride Backs. Another short series, it starts off fun but turns pretty serious (not serious racing, I mean serious like violence, terrorism, etc).

    - Higurashi no Naku Koro ni.
    Oh boy, where to begin? It starts off as an innocent school comedy / slice of life. A boy moves to a country town and gets put into a class of all girls. But it doesn't stay that way. This is NOT a kids show by a long shot. If you are going to watch it, you MUST watch at least the first 5 episodes before making a judgement. Don't just watch 1 or 2, you won't understand what the full 25 episodes have in store for you. Argh, it's so hard to not spoil things about this one.

    - Aachi & Ssipak
    Korean anime movie. AWESOME! It has the ugliest character designs I've ever seen, but it's got amazing action animation. It's set in the future where the world's primary energy source is human excrement. Crapping in a government toilet will reward you with a highly addictive drug filled ice block / popsicle / ice lolly as a reward. The government is in a war with the Diaper Gang (people mutated by too many of the ice blocks and no longer able to crap normally, so can't get their fix). Aachi and Ssipak are two small time criminals who get caught in the middle.


    Let's go old school...
    - Those Who Hunt Elves
    A school girl (expert in  weaponry and warfare), a hollywood actress (who can disguise herself as anyone), a kind of dumb martial arts expert (he loves curry rice), and a T74 tank are transported from modern japan to a fantasy world (elves, dragons, skeleton armies, pirate ships crewed by anthropomorphic fish, etc). To get home they must find magic symbols that, due to an accident, have turned into tattoos on the bodies of female elves throughout the land. So yes, the team travel around the world in a tank, fighting evil and stripping elves (no, it's not as bad as it sounds, there's no real nudity). It's actually a really funny show. Oh, and the T74 tank gets possessed by a cat spirit part way through, so now it chases small animals and is scared of water, etc.


    Now for some transforming fighters...
    - The Macross Saga (and related things)
    Back a long time ago, Harmony Gold took 3 unrelated anime series: Super Dimensional Fortress Macross, Super Dimensional Cavalry Southern Cross and Genesis Climber Mospeada, and turned them into a single tv show called Robotech. They rewrote (and dubbed) all the dialog, edited scenes (things like removing a second sun to make it appear that it was on earth) and inserted flash backs from one series into another to make them fit. Hey, it's easier than making a whole new series! All three series did have similar kinds of transforming planes and involved fighting aliens, so it wasn't a stretch, at least to my 12 year old mind at the time. I grew up on this series, I was a huge Robotech fan. Well, not the middle Southern Cross arc, I never cared for that.
    While Robotech was great, Macross is far bigger now.
    Macross - Humans discover a giant transforming space ship, they end up fighting an alien race of giants called the Zentradi.
    Macross 2 - This is not canon, it was made by a different studio to every other Macross.
    Macross Plus - The best of them all. Very short series (4 episodes) about two test pilots (with a LOT of unresolved history between them) in a program to find the next transforming fighter. Awesome combat scenes. Bryan Cranston voices the main character. The dub is actually pretty well done. The other pilot is voiced by Richard Epcar, who does Batou in GITS). The plot then has an AI singing idol go crazy and take control of the Macross fortress.
    Macross 7 - NO. I can't bare to watch much of this one. A pilot in an ugly bright red fighter uses his love songs to defeat enemies. Literally. His plane fires magnetic speakers that stick to enemy planes so they can hear him, and he flies using a guitar as a controller. Later his voice becomes magic and they fight aliens. Every seen people play Dark Souls using a guitar hero controller? Now try flying a plane with one!
    Macross Zero - Prequel to the entire saga. This is the story of the first combat deployment of the Valkyrie transforming fighter. Looks awesome, the best combat scenes in the whole saga, but also some strange stuff (like that Mayan girls singing can generate anti-gravity).
    Macross Frontier - Sequel to Macross 7. I so wanted to like this. But too much of the story was (yet again, like every Macross) a love triangle. This time between two singers and a pilot. It was ok, but I lost respect when during a tense stand off between a rebel force and the Macross pilots, a god damn Valkyrie plane with giant speakers and disco lights on it's wings turns up and plays love songs. It was face palm worthy. Episode 1-2 was great though.
    Macross Delta - This is the latest. Humans are randomly turning into psychotic monsters. The only way to stop them is by the songs from the female idol band Tactical Sound Unit Walküre. They are backed up (literally, like backup dancers) by a squad of Valkyrie fighters. The first episode has a fight involving young girls with magic powers singing at an alien while a transforming fighter break dances. I wish I was joking.

    You know what? Forget it. Delta is making me mad. Watch Macross Plus then Genesis Climber Mospeada. Forget all the rest! Maybe Zero though, I like the transform scene.



    Damn you Macross Frontier! So stupid! I want more serious drama Macross like Plus. Please?


    Ok, this is WAY too long (plus while writing this I went off and watched some episodes of the shows I just mentioned).


  • cyberealitycybereality Posts: 21,372 Oculus Staff
    Yeah, When They Cry was sick. Hard to say anything without spoiling it, but it's a really dark anime.
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  • kojackkojack Posts: 3,290 Volunteer Moderator
    Yeah, When They Cry was sick. Hard to say anything without spoiling it, but it's a really dark anime.
    I stuck with it because one of my students told me I had to watch it.
    Then... I was just WTF HAPPENED? Did I get the episodes out of order?
    I haven't gotten around to watching the second season yet, but I should.

  • Paul_BlythePaul_Blythe Posts: 325
    Trinity
    Macross Plus is pretty dam good and Zero's OK, watched most of RoboTech, again OK... not seen the rest and might give them a miss now. Slowly working my way through the different Gundam series ... Loved G-Gudam when I watched it many years ago.

    Riding Bean and Gun Smith Cats are old but goodies, especially if your into cars. 

    Gunbuster, and the later Gunbuster 2 [DieBuster] are great Sci-Fi, and definite classics.

    Project A-Ko is classic parody/Sci-fi/slice-of-live fun ... A-ko [Child A] is the daughter of the super hero's Superman & Wonder Woman, and friend to C-Ko [Child C]. Who happens to be the lost princess of an alien race. B-Ko [Child B] is the spoilt genius brat of the owner of a huge affluent company, she has a crush on C-Ko, and an old grudge against A-ko. Start of a new school term sees B-Ko confront A-ko and challenge her to daily battles, with ever more potent armaments. Then C-Ko is kidnapped by alien invaders. A-Ko & B-Ko grudgingly join forces to rescue C-ko, and all mayhem lets lose...

    Lasting favourites for me are Tenchi Muyo!: Ryo-Ohki, Tenchi Muyo!: Galaxy Police and Tenchi Muyo!: War on Geminar ... Plus, Ai Tenchi Muyo! which commemorated the 20th anniversary of the original. There's also Tenchi Universe, Tenchi in Tokyo and three movies, but we don't talk about them... 

    Absolutely love Eureka Seven and the follow up E7: AO [Astral Ocean]... Mecha, Sci-fi, love, aliens, philosophy, alternate realities etc ... Not everyone liked Astral Ocean, but I thought it's alternate reality fitted in well with how Eureka seven ended and the underlying philosophy of the series.

    So many, and I'm sure everyone has their favourites...
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  • cyberealitycybereality Posts: 21,372 Oculus Staff
    It probably goes without saying, but Ghost in the Shell is the best anime of all time. If you haven't watched it all, or maybe only saw the original movie, dig deeper. There is a LOT in the series. There are 4 full length movies (I think Solid State Society may be my favorite) plus 2 long anime seasons (Stand Alone Complex) and a more recent mini-series Arise. They also cut the show into 2 movies, but don't watch them if you haven't seen Stand Alone Complex as they cut out a lot of the good stuff (as you expect if you reduce a 24 episode series into a 2 hour movie). The latest movie was OK, but not as great as the previous stuff. If you've never watched anything, maybe start with Arise as it's more modern in terms of the look and is a separate story-line from the older stuff.




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  • kojackkojack Posts: 3,290 Volunteer Moderator

    Gunbuster, and the later Gunbuster 2 [DieBuster] are great Sci-Fi, and definite classics.

    Dix Neuf is the coolest giant robot ever.
    At least after he becomes more flexible after Lal'C does the exotic maneuver.
    Rocket powered chainsaw fist!
  • matskatsabamatskatsaba Posts: 259
    Art3mis
    edited January 14
    It's really not the place to say this, but...
    Guys, kissanime and dailymotion video links? Come on.
    If you like anime just a little, give the authors some appreciation and link anime on licensed sites like crunchyroll for example. They are providing content they have actually paid for, so you are indirectly, but funding the studios that gave birth to them instead of pirating.
    I'm saying this, because for the studios providing the best quality anime, every single cent counts.
    Did you know, that even a superb anime hardly covers the production costs? And it is meant to work that way?
    Did you know, that in the last few years we are only getting crappy shows because it pays better?
    Let me elaborate:

    A: You produce a great show (lets be it your lie in april)
    The anime is loved by many people in japan, they buy the blurays.
    Gaijins love the anime, they download the torrent.
    Minimal profit for a very expensive anime.

    B: You produce a crappy show with cute and/or enviably OP characters (eg. SAO or Asterisk Wars)
    The anime is moderately liked in japan, some of the DVDs/BluRays are sold
    Gaijins like the anime, they watch it on kissanime or gogoanime, or just download
    Gaijins and Japanese alike, people buy insane amount of franchise goods, like pantyshot posters, figurines with removable clothes, booby mousepads, dakimura, you name it.
    Yeah GITS franchise has figurines too, but all seasons amounted for less than one season of a sh***y anime.

    Anime studios do the math: no need to make quality with hard work if a crappy not-even-accepted visual novel adaptation gets lotta moniez.
    And thus, SAO season2 and Asterisk Wars season2 was born and people start to wonder why the anime industry is going down in quality.

    If you like anime just a little bit, show your appreciation by not pirating their content if you can.
    I've watched a few shows on kissanime because they are pretty quick to release new shows (1-2 days delay) but i did order the collector's edition as soon as it was available. Not because i wanted to feel good, but rather I wanted to show the creators that their effort of making a great anime is not in vain.

    Well, i know this was totally offtopic but it would have been more proper to post MyAnimeList links instead if you didn't find a youtube trailer (cyber managed to find those, newtype maybe? /sarcasm).
    It's one thing if you pirate anime occasionally, its another when you post the link to the site with pirated content.
    Anime fans would find said anime even if you just posted a BluRay cover or wrote only the title.

    I wouldn't post a magnet link to a torrent file of a game I really like since that would assure less profit for the authors and resulting less chance for a second season (in the same quality).

    PS
    Before anyone starts arguing about why SAO and Asterisk Wars are terribly bad, it's not an opinion, it's a fact.
    If you like/love it or not, is another thing and I totally accept and understand it, but if you ask a professional if it is a good film from any aspect (editing, character development, plot consistency, voice acting, expositionfests, so actual critical aspects that would apply to any film be it anime or a blockbuster movie), you'd get an answer like "it's one of the worst series i've seen".
    So again, I understand and accept if anyone likes it, I'm not saying it's an unwatchable and unlikable show but rather it is a terrible production, but with brilliant artwork (i mean the drawings, characters, NOT the animation quality).
    (I even have the DVDs of said two series, simply because they look nice and the coloring is really good)
    It does have a point to watch if you like to watch pretty things and able to disregard serious flaws in any other aspect, but there are live act films also, that feature the same qualities and still not pointless to watch (for example, p0rn), but I don't think anyone would disagree if I said "Snow White and the seven dwarves having fun in a SPA" is a crap as movie (i have that on dvd too if anyone cares).

    Well, you may even argue why they aren't bad, just for the sake of anime, please, do not post links to an anime site that is known for streaming pirated content. Once they even streamed a show with my subtitles not only not giving a credit but they edited out my pen name from it too. They did leave every single typo i`ve made though. I know it's nothing to mention since I made the sub for free, but imagine how much profit the anime studios get from them if they failed to even credit people who worked hard for something plagiarized content for no benefit at all.

    Edit:
    To avoid misunderstanding: I did somewhat like first season of SAO, while i did have to disregard many flaws, I didn't particularly dislike it, but rather thought about it as a "watch once" thing. The second half of first season and second season was bad enough that I completely dropped the show and dedicated it as "one of the worst".
  • Paul_BlythePaul_Blythe Posts: 325
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    @matskatsaba  ... Do agree with your sentiments. I purchase what I can on Blu-ray/DVD or watch on Cruchyroll. However, not everything is available that way due to licensing constraints, so KissAnime is used too. Think the vast majority of the people I know who like Manga/Anime use a paid for service foremost also... At last count I'm on well over 300 volumes of Manga, with my Amazon pre-orders taking me into July.

    What I like most about Cunchyroll is the Wii U app ;)

    GITS is sublime... had the pleasure of watching it pre-release in the UK at an Anime convention. A rep from Manga Entertainment was there doing a daytime Q&A, and very kindly brought a copy of GITS for a midnight showing... Dominion Tank Police and Appleseed got me into Masamune Shirow's work.

    Watched the excellent Bakemono No Ko [Boy and the Beast] last year, so far I'm a little disappointed that no one in the UK appears to have licensed it. Manga Entertainment has his other work [Girl Who Leapt Through Time, Summer Wars & Wolf Children] but appears to have given this one a miss... 
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  • zork2001zork2001 Posts: 470
    Nexus 6

    I always go to GoGo Anime, they have everything plus they have the new season section so you can see everything that came out for the current season. The popular section is good to discover anime you might have missed. The only thing I would add is the category for every season like fall 2015 and spring 2016 as a search option.

    http://ww1.gogoanime.io/

  • BlastaMastaBlastaMasta Posts: 177
    Art3mis
    edited January 14
    @matskatsaba I do agree. I had this discussion on Kissanime forums as well (tried to find it but the whole forum was deleted), I wanted to support the creators but I found it extremely difficult. Just look at mentioned Your Lie in April:
    http://www.yourlieinapril.com/bluray/01.html
    It cost 300$ to get the Blu-rays, this is a price I cannot justify, even though I really liked the show.

    I think anime studios have to realise this model of selling stuff overpriced to a small audience is failing, and come up with a different strategy. I asked in that thread if there are any stores that offer on demand content, I don't watch anime too often so a subscription based model don't look like an attractive alternative.

    If a pirated service gives you a better experience than the oficial channels, you know something is wrong. I don't pirate games for example, because we got steam.

    I will gladly change my habits if you point to a good source of content at a reasonable price.

    anyway, I will edit my posts and remove links, sorry.

  • BlastaMastaBlastaMasta Posts: 177
    Art3mis
    I really started to watch a lot of anime recently... Thank you all for awesome recommendations.

    I watched Aldnoah.zero and it reminded me of one of the best RPG's I played back in the days (Xenogears) and for this I loved it (Xenogears had better story imho). Didn't like the main character much and it definitely dragged past few first episodes. I enjoyed the battles though. Not a bad anime.

  • kojackkojack Posts: 3,290 Volunteer Moderator
    Yeah, that main kid in Aldnoah was a bit annoying.


    http://www.yourlieinapril.com/bluray/01.html
    It cost 300$ to get the Blu-rays, this is a price I cannot justify, even though I really liked the show.

    Yeah, some are crazy to buy.
    I joined Crunchy Roll. It's about $7 a month and gives you unlimited (completely legal) streaming of a heap of anime. Your Lie In April is on it.
    Back a long time ago I bought the dvds of FLCL. There were 3 dvds, each costing $40. Each only contained two 23min episodes. That's $120 for a 6 episode series taking less than 2 hours.
    Although in the case of FLCL, it was worth it because each dvd came with a pamphlet explaining the jokes. FLCL was full of humor based on japanese culture and word play.
    Speaking of which, everyone should watch FLCL! It's batshit crazy, but awesome, and has a great sound track by the band The Pillows.



    Let's go a bit more serious. (well, everything is more serious compared to FLCL)
    Jin Roh
    This is a great example of how anime can be serious drama. It's a movie about a member of an elite anti-terrorist squad becoming traumatised after watching a child suicide bomber. There's corruption, betrayal, violence and contemplation. Might be a bit slow going. The Protect Gear power armor is iconic to the Kerberos saga. Jin Roh is actually the third movie in the series. Before it were two live action movies The Red Spectacles and Stray Dogs: Kerberos Panzer Cops. They aren't as good though.

    It was created by Mamoru Oshii (Ghost In The Shell)

    Jin Roh always stood out to me as the first anime I ever saw where the characters really look japanese.
  • cyberealitycybereality Posts: 21,372 Oculus Staff
    Yeah, I would definitely recommend CrunchyRoll. The subscription is a reasonable price, and you can even watch a lot of stuff for free if you are OK with ads.
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  • BlastaMastaBlastaMasta Posts: 177
    Art3mis
    I always thought that anime is just a silly Pokemon, or Sailor moon, but I found trully amazing pieces that I enjoyed and shed tears on. I won't lie... most what I watched was thru streaming services that are shady. I will join Crunchyroll and see if it works out for me. I don't watch a lot of anime (well... recently I did) but I really want to support the creators. I still think it is a stupid business model, but since there is none other... what choice do we have?
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