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Maybe you can't read Japanese, but you don't have to in order to appreciate anime or to hang out here. Talk with others about your favorite manga, movies, and artists.
Here's the link to the first Vomic if anyone's interested.
I apologize. Duplicates.
Oh wait, did you mean Blue Exorcist? Because I heard that it was for sure getting a second season.
I think i also asked for Blue Exorcist before and then for Katekyo Hitman. Anyways, thanks for the info :D
I read hitman every now and again. not to bad but i felt its pushing on to long.
I'm a Legendary GI member.
Though no anime will ever be pushing on too long like Bleach has lol
Eh, Naruto and One Piece are pushing just as long as Bleach which is why I just got tired of them, lol.
Though, none of those will ever touch the most drawn out series in anime history...as far as I know. That title belongs to Detective Conan. That shows pushing well past 600+ episodes, and I'm pretty sure it's still running and pumping out more of the same.
Actually i think One Piece is starting to get way better now, the New World Arc looks to be very promising in my opinion.
Detective Conan.... 600+ episodes??? seriously!? WAY too long! I've read some of the One Piece manga and it was good/funny. Not sure if I'd want to commit to such a long anime series though... maybe someday they'll do a DBZ Kai thing... One Piece-Luffy, and slice off all the fluff, condense the story. Then I'd definitely watch.
Black Rock Shooter (2012) episode 1 was just released today. Pretty good anime.
(Spoiler) Anyone on the Fullbringer Arc in Bleach cuz it sucked it was only worth watching when Gotei 13 showed up.
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I'd have to say Hetalia
Its a comedy anime/manga and it teaches you about history :3
The anime I recommend is Gungrave. It starts off very dull but gets good as you watch the 3rd episode, it reveals that the anime will have a deep and dark storyline, and it sets expectations that it does fulfill, unlike anime that does set a mood like Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood, which creates a mood but does not fulfill expectations later in the story. Also its based off of a PS2 game
I recommend Baka and Test, and Ga-Rei Zero. Both great animes, one hilarious, the other more serious. They are both also found on Netflix!
I'd recommend Ergo Proxy and Casshern Sins to anyone here whose in to animes with a more serious tone.
I just recommended those two to a friend and though I'd share them with you guys as well.
Both are great and some of my favorites.