So Rukia gets grabbed by Yammy in Las Noches:
Yammy then throws her at the ground, but she is falling for more than a couple of minutes:
But Ichigo jumps from above the sky in Las Noches and makes it to her before she hits the ground:
I know physics is not always followed in anime but th...
Through all of the episodes containing Muramasa when the Shinigami's Zanpakuto materialize, some of them are very different from each other. Mainly Hisagi and his Zanpakuto Kazeshini. Even after he is released from Muramasa's spell, Kazeshini tries to kill Hisagi and says that he only wants to ki...
This question might sound vague, but I'm really just looking for particular examples that worked for you.
From my experience, it seems like a large portion of "weak" students remain weak despite their best efforts. I understand that part of this is due to things that have happened earlier on in ...
Ethnic Cleansing (2002) is a computer game developed by Resistance Records, an underground music label owned by the National Alliance specializing in Neo-Nazi and white supremacist bands. The game was developed using Genesis3D, an open source game engine.
In the game, the protagonist (the player can choose either a neo-Nazi or a Klansman) runs through a ghetto killing African-Americans and Latinos, before descending into a subway system to kill Jews.
The Anti-Defamation League publicized the existence of the game and unsuccessfully lobbied the developers of Genesis3D...
番組 (bangumi) is the Japanese word for television show
well, he did say he wasn't teaching us that discipline with a very vague name for money, he was doing it as a favor to us, hoping that some of us will listen, and to make the world a better place while he still can
he also said in the beginning of the year that he'll be looking in the eyes of those who are listening, I don't remember the reason for that, but I noticed how closer to the end of the year he was only looking at me while speaking
kinda sad about all the other students in the room
if we weren't both guys, feelings other than eagerness and respect could have sprouted…
he wasn't a professor in the usual sense, but just a cool guy with some life experience
I've watched plenty of outright romance series. I've also watched tons of romcoms, with varying levels of fanservice. I can make recommendations, but I need to know something about what you like first.
Most of those are shoujo or jousei. If you want more like that, maybe try Kaichou wa Maid-sama!, Kuragehime, Skip Beat, Nodame Cantabile. I'm sure there are others, but that's all that I can think of at the moment. For seinen romance, Toradora, Clannad, ef, White Album 2, Amagami SS, True Tears, Nagi no Asukara are all good. They have varying levels of seriousness, but all of them have at least a decent amount of romance and not an overwhelming amount of fanservice.
I'm probably not the best person to get recommendations from though. I was rather bored with some of your examples. Also, IMO most of the best romance stories I know of are in VNs that never got adapted to anime, so that's not much help.
I'm thinking of reading the Silver Spoon manga by Hiromu Arakawa, and while I'd probably start from the first chapter anyway, I'm wondering which chapters of the manga have already been covered by the anime.
Which specific chapters do the first and second seasons cover respectively? I read on Ya...
At the end of the day though, very few of my favorite shows are romance. Generally, at least for heterosexual romance, you need both male and female characters. As I've said many times before, the only thing I care about in anime is cute girls, so male characters are basically just wasted animation. Hence serious romance series aren't usually my thing. You're probably better off asking other people.
Random, but would anyone around here recommend the other Monogatari series? I saw Bakemonogatari and really liked the concept and style, but I generally like stuff with a more cohesive plot and without the sort of stuff that evokes the harem genre.
@Maroon I'd say keep watching if you liked Bakemonogatari. There will probably be parts you don't care for as much in some of the sequels, but IMO it gets better as you get further in, and the story gets more complex.
To a degree I guess, but I guess I like having a sense of ( after finishing the series) seeing the specific direction the plot ideally goes in from the begininng, a clear ending (in the sense that it "ends" the story), etc.
That said, I've also liked stuff that really didn't fit this sort of criteria, so there's that.
was the lead ship in the two-vessel Tone-class of heavy cruisers in the Imperial Japanese Navy. It was named after the Tone River, in the Kantō region of Japan and was completed on 20 November 1938 at Mitsubishi's Nagasaki shipyards. Tone was designed for long-range scouting missions and had a large seaplane capacity. She was extensively employed during World War II usually providing scouting services to their aircraft carrier task forces. She almost always operated in this capacity in conjunction with her sister ship Chikuma.
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@ShinobuOshino: Yeah, I might try it, since it sounds kinda interesting. I mostly need to find something reasonably worthwhile to watch since anime is significantly better for my productivity than other forms of procrastination.
@Maroon just in case you find it boring at the first two eps, wait till 3rd eps, it started to get serious from there, it also has 3 movie, first two movie is from anime series, but I haven't watch the 3rd movie
@LoganM cockroaches? really? damn they're insane if they try to make cockroaches looks cute
I haven't proposed this idea and am pretty sure it would get heavily downvoted and probably this question to since stackexchange is Q and A site, but I was thinking of proposing a site called Anime Suggestions. The thought occurred to me since the beta Anime and Manga.SE gets a lot of questions ...