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Number one is Durarara!! I love the unique plot, the character development and the characters themselved are awesome. I love the art style. The soundtrack is really great too. Love everything about that show <3
My number two would be Deathnote. The plot is my favorite part about it. The art and music are very fitting for it. The only thing is that I wish that some of the characters were developed a bit more.
Finally, my third favorite is Clannad. I love all the characters to death, the art is really nice and fitting. The soundtrack is amazing. Also, it is the first show to ever make me cry T_T
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<-------- this one, i love strike witches! it has everything, girls, guns, aliens, flying, trouserlessness and blueberries!
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Posted 6/14/12
Gintama, Code Geass, Naruto Shippuden and Fairy Tail. :>

Gintama is the best comedy i've ever seen, I love the characters and the style of it, as well as the serious stuff also being very good.
Code Geass had a very, very good story and an amazing main character which always got me very interested in what he would do next.
Naruto Shippuden is getting very interesting lately and I love the characters in it.
Fairy Tail is very entertaining as well, i'm looking forward to the Grand Wizard Games or whatever.
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Posted 6/15/12 , edited 6/15/12
Hm. That would be Katekyo Hitman Reborn! & Cardcaptor Sakura.
There are a lot of animes that are good, but just like people, we all have different interests.
I liked KHR because of the plot and the characters. The comedy also made it more exciting. And you can't predict what's going on next. Up until now, it's the only manga I started and continued.
Cardcaptor Sakura is one old anime but who cares! It's so awesome and cute. <3
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Posted 6/16/12
well since no one has mentioned them.
tora dora - guarantee there will be tears
macross frontier - very good story line and music
full metal panic - fumoffu is hilarious
full metal alchemist - by far my favorite because of the two brothers
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Of those available on here? I would have said Steins;Gate up until it was removed...

Now have to go with the two Tower of Druaga series.


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After reading over 100 pages of posts, I’m sad to see that not once does anyone mention Clannad. Clannad is an excellent piece of work, but Clannad After Story is a masterpiece. One cannot watch After Story until s/he watches the first season, even though After Story does stand on its own and could be watched alone. I strongly recommend watching the first season though. This to me is by far the best anime ever written and executed. It is not the regular action/mecha/horror anime, neither does it follow the regular harem/ecchi/fantasy genre, but it does have a lot of romance and drama with a twist of fantasy. So why is Clannad excellent, but After Story a masterpiece?
First, I believe anything (novel, music, cartoon—including anime, music, or etc.) must have a sound theme. Second, the theme must never be lost; therefore, when the characters are introduced, they play along with the theme, and when there is a twist in the plot, the characters dance with the plot, but never lose the theme. Third, the climax must hit home and not miss the mark—the theme must never be lost no matter how anxious the audience gets. Finally, the conclusion must come full circle and cover any missed bases. Clannad After Story is a rare gem and does it for 97% of the series. Let me review how I got to this conclusion. Clannad starts out a little weak. Out of the gates, the 1st episode is great (all drama). We are introduced to the main player: Tamoya and Youhei, truants; whereas, Nigisa, also an oddball, collides in their world. Okay it’s a little cliché, but it sets the stage for a great story. We learn a little about why Tomoya is a delinquent, and realize his struggles with his own family problems. The first episode ends in a fantastical way with Nagisa in the spotlight leading Tomoya into an adventure.
The series struggles a bit after the 1st episode and decides to make Fuko the first heroine. Most would say she is an annoying character, and I wouldn’t disagree, but she helps carry the theme in a very strong way. It isn’t until episode 8.5 that we realize, omg, it finally makes sense. Fuko’s childish behavior brings out our childish nature. Through the eyes of a child we learn about the innocence of our childhood. Children say and do what is on their minds. They do everything possible to bring happiness to others, even if they have to sacrifice their own freedom, especially for their family. We begin to see Tomoya “grow-up,” and see a more father-like figure come out. Yes, he is still a delinquent, but now he himself begins to grow. We follow the story with Kotomi.
The theme continues. Do families really make us who we are? From childhood through adolescence, we begin to see through different eyes. Kotomi shows us the way. A child brought up by intelligent, genius like parents: the mother a nurturing and caring person, and the father doing his best raising a genius. Then tragedy strikes, Kotomi must stand tall and become an adult real fast. Not only is her childhood stripped away, but so is her innocence, but it was because of her family, she grows to become the young adult she is. Yes, our family and their influences do make and shape us. Kotomi does everything in her power to take her namesake and become a stronger and better young adult so her family would be proud.
Maturity begins to settle, and now we are presented Tomoyo’s arc. Does leaving behind our past mean forgetting where we began? No, our families past and our actions make us who we are, and we can choose to grow from our mistakes. Tomoyo is the mature heroine. Through her, Tomoya learns the importance of becoming an adult. He is pushed to be on time, attend his classes, and learn from his mistakes. He becomes more like a man. Nagisa follows suite. She gets less shy and more vocal. She becomes the woman Tomoya has been looking for. This introduces the second season: After Story. This truly is the best anime, drama, cartoon, fantasy, and series I have ever watched to date.
The theme continues with the sibling stuggles. This, in my opinion, was a little weak for an opener, but it allows for the characters to become more mature. We realize that family transcends not only blood, but also true friendships. It is followed with a gap in the story, but still nice to watch. Misae can represent “the ones that got away.” We don’t realize the influence someone has on us until s/he is gone.
Does family really mean just our bloodlines? No. Through Miyazami we learn everyone is human. It doesn’t matter the background of a person, but how that person interacts with society. In other words, our society is also our family. Our neighbors, our friends, and our enemies, makes us who we are. From episode 13 until the end, it is a roller coaster of emotions. We have watched Tomoya and Nagisa grow-up from childish behavior to well-rounded adults. We have seen their struggles in our own lives, and we now hope for a happy ending, but life is never what we expect.
The After Story is heart wrenching and emotional, but with a strong character build and great theme, we finally hit the climax. What an awesome ending. After story does well in concluding and tying up any loose ends. Nagisa is not your average beautiful girl. It is repeated over and over again in the story, but are not most of us just average people. It is her personality and attributes that make her a wonderful person. Tomoya does not have any special powers, but his influence changes others lives, and in return they change his.
The soundtrack is beautiful, and in all, the After Story hits home.
Theme: A+ (99.9)
Animation: A- (91)
Coloring: A (96)
Characters: A+ (98)
Music: A+ (98)
Overall: A+ (96.58)or 97%
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Posted 6/21/12 , edited 6/21/12
It's hard to choose one favorite.

-Bakemonogatari
-Nisemonogatari
-One Piece
-Elfen Lied
-Azumanga Daioh
-Sankarea
-Berserk

Some are old, but others are just more recent ones I really like.
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Posted 6/21/12
1.Bleach
2.Naruto
3.Katekyo Hitman Reborn


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25 / M / The grand line
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Posted 6/22/12
1, Naruto
2, Bleach
3, One Piece
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Posted 6/24/12
Neon Genesis Evangelion
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Posted 6/25/12
I'll name a few: Naruto, Bleach, Code Geass and Gundam.
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Posted 6/27/12
well wat kind of anime do u like 2 watch? (genre) cuz I can recommned u some pretty good anime in my opinion but I dont wanna recommend u an anime in 1 genre if u dont like tht kind of genre in the1st place
Posted 6/27/12
K-on!, because there's something about these characters that clicked into my personality; moreover, it's a music genre anime.

I am a guitarist myself so that sums it all up
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