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Well Spice & Wolf has been mentioned....its just so damn comfy!

I loved Invaders From The ROKUJYOMA, had some great characters and funny stuff in it. Anyway, read a synopsis of the light novels that werent adapted for the series. Man it sounded like it really had some good moments

Also, Maoyu. Ending felt like the setup for an ever better 2nd season but nothing ever happened.
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I get tired of answering this for questions like this but I WOULD LOVE MORE SAMURAI CHAMPLOO. With the artistic talent and organization of today's anime Champloo would and could go above and beyond the original run.
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HOOfan_1 wrote:

That's a hard one to answer, because barely any anime ever get to cover the entire work on which they are based.

Right now, I would say DanMachi and When Supernatural Battles Became Commonplace are two that I want more of.


Supernatural battles ended just when it was starting to pick up, too. And nobody is translating it (that I'm aware of). Desperately wanted more of that.

EDIT: GAAAH!!! Just checked out of curiosity, and after almost a year of no updates, Inou-battle (supernatural battles) has finally started back up on Baka-Tsuki. Just released a new chapter yesterday. Time to get reading.
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animecrazy14 wrote:

I want to say Hunter X Hunter but the manga needs to continue first.


Yeah if the manga could continue, that'd be great. I've rewatched all of HxH so many times and read the manga up to what I could, but I need and want more so bad.
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No Game No Life and Konosuba, they were discontinued because they were kinda like a big commercial for their light novel series. I'm currently reading LN's for both to see what happens after anime ends!
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djason1988 wrote:


HOOfan_1 wrote:

That's a hard one to answer, because barely any anime ever get to cover the entire work on which they are based.

Right now, I would say DanMachi and When Supernatural Battles Became Commonplace are two that I want more of.


Supernatural battles ended just when it was starting to pick up, too. And nobody is translating it (that I'm aware of). Desperately wanted more of that.

EDIT: GAAAH!!! Just checked out of curiosity, and after almost a year of no updates, Inou-battle (supernatural battles) has finally started back up on Baka-Tsuki. Just released a new chapter yesterday. Time to get reading.


yeah, I've been checking Baka-Tsuki. I won't get my hopes up too much. With people translating in their spare time, the less popular series usually take months just to get a single volume translated, and often something comes up in the translators life and they abandon in again.

Edit:

I just looked, it took 2 years just to get 1 volume translated.

Some of the more popular series are caught up or close to caught up though. I'm surprised some of those haven't been picked up by the likes of Seven Seas or Yen Press though
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SilenceOfTheLambs wrote:


animecrazy14 wrote:

I want to say Hunter X Hunter but the manga needs to continue first.


Yeah if the manga could continue, that'd be great. I've rewatched all of HxH so many times and read the manga up to what I could, but I need and want more so bad.


http://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2017/11/29-1/hunter-x-hunter-manga-return-dated
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GANGSTA.

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Its not my favorite, but I would like to see a continuation of Kingdom. Although having it's shortcomings, the story really got me hooked. I would love too see more of it animated. It's the only Chinese anime I ever really got in to. It kind of ended at a point where the story seemed like it was really about to get good.
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TenzenShadow wrote:


SilenceOfTheLambs wrote:


animecrazy14 wrote:

I want to say Hunter X Hunter but the manga needs to continue first.


Yeah if the manga could continue, that'd be great. I've rewatched all of HxH so many times and read the manga up to what I could, but I need and want more so bad.


http://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2017/11/29-1/hunter-x-hunter-manga-return-dated


Oh my god, yes!!!!!!!!! Finally!!!!!
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HOOfan_1 wrote:


djason1988 wrote:


HOOfan_1 wrote:

That's a hard one to answer, because barely any anime ever get to cover the entire work on which they are based.

Right now, I would say DanMachi and When Supernatural Battles Became Commonplace are two that I want more of.


Supernatural battles ended just when it was starting to pick up, too. And nobody is translating it (that I'm aware of). Desperately wanted more of that.

EDIT: GAAAH!!! Just checked out of curiosity, and after almost a year of no updates, Inou-battle (supernatural battles) has finally started back up on Baka-Tsuki. Just released a new chapter yesterday. Time to get reading.


yeah, I've been checking Baka-Tsuki. I won't get my hopes up too much. With people translating in their spare time, the less popular series usually take months just to get a single volume translated, and often something comes up in the translators life and they abandon in again.

Edit:

I just looked, it took 2 years just to get 1 volume translated.

Some of the more popular series are caught up or close to caught up though. I'm surprised some of those haven't been picked up by the likes of Seven Seas or Yen Press though


This guy release 3-4 chapters in fairly short order (about one a month or so), and then stopped in May. Just released another, so here's hoping he gets back on that pace.
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