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Posted 1/21/08
Monster's quite scary sometimes tho... ~ XD
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D.Gray-man
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nanashikei wrote:

Is it a vote for just one anime title or more I vote for "Monster", followed by "D.Gray-man". The rest of the text below the dotted line was just me being rambling when I realized that voting only applied to anime titles that were currently being aired It's not necessary reading unless there's nothing else better to do

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If I can recall clearly, Arts Central started the Animania programme in Dec 2005, right? Here are the anime series that I like back then and now.

In order of preference:

01) Juuni Kokuki ("Twelve Kingdoms")
02) Jigoku Shoujo
03) D.Gray-man
04) Monster
05) Inuyasha
06) Kita he。~Diamond Dust Drops~

I was already watching or had finished watching the followin

Even though some those have been canceled in Singapore.


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monster not nice because talking so anybody can tell me why nice?

I like D.gray man,burst angels and azumanga daioh MOST!
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Oh, which titles were cancelled? I thought Arts Central broadcast all the anime in their entirety, excluding the omake and previews. Am I misinterpreting something here

This isn't good. Hardly anyone seems to like "Monster" in this group I like it very much though. It's getting exciting. Sure, there's plenty of dialogue going on, but it is imperative that the viewer pays as much attention to the conversations as possible as they reveal the various sides of the individual characters, besides their emotions, facial expressions and body langauge.

Also, I find the variety of different personalities portrayed in the anime very realistic. In life, we'd no doubt encounter all kinds of people:
1) people whom we may trust so much only to be betrayed by them in the most painful way unimaginable
2) people whom we regard as foes but turn out to be reliable and trustworthy
3) friends who stick around us in happy times, but desert us when we fall into hard times
4) people who are so consumed with hatred for others that they live the rest of their lifetimes wishing only for the downfall of the ones they hate and do not seek anything meaningful in their ephemeral lives
5) people who ask favours from us and show gratitude when they receive the favours, but turn away and avoid us when we request for help
6) people who solely place monetary value to life
7) shallow-minded people who walk through life like a carriage horse with blinkers
8) people who willingly risk their lives for the ones they care so much for
9) people who commit so many crimes that society writes them off as hopeless cases, but these outcasts find redemption later on
10) people who ingratiate with their superiors at the expense of their colleagues

Johan is undoubtedly the worst of the lot. "In your presence he uses honeyed talk, and admires your every word. But later he changes his tone and twists your words to your ruin." - Sirach, Chapter 27, 23 (The New American Bible, Catholic Bible Press)
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me vote is COMFIRM d.gray-man
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nanashikei wrote:

Oh, which titles were cancelled? I thought Arts Central broadcast all the anime in their entirety, excluding the omake and previews. Am I misinterpreting something here

This isn't good. Hardly anyone seems to like "Monster" in this group I like it very much though. It's getting exciting. Sure, there's plenty of dialogue going on, but it is imperative that the viewer pays as much attention to the conversations as possible as they reveal the various sides of the individual characters, besides their emotions, facial expressions and body langauge.

Also, I find the variety of different personalities portrayed in the anime very realistic. In life, we'd no doubt encounter all kinds of people:
1) people whom we may trust so much only to be betrayed by them in the most painful way unimaginable
2) people whom we regard as foes but turn out to be reliable and trustworthy
3) friends who stick around us in happy times, but desert us when we fall into hard times
4) people who are so consumed with hatred for others that they live the rest of their lifetimes wishing only for the downfall of the ones they hate and do not seek anything meaningful in their ephemeral lives
5) people who ask favours from us and show gratitude when they receive the favours, but turn away and avoid us when we request for help
6) people who solely place monetary value to life
7) shallow-minded people who walk through life like a carriage horse with blinkers
8) people who willingly risk their lives for the ones they care so much for
9) people who commit so many crimes that society writes them off as hopeless cases, but these outcasts find redemption later on
10) people who ingratiate with their superiors at the expense of their colleagues

Johan is undoubtedly the worst of the lot. "In your presence he uses honeyed talk, and admires your every word. But later he changes his tone and twists your words to your ruin." - Sirach, Chapter 27, 23 (The New American Bible, Catholic Bible Press)


dont worry about it. if the production company is willing to buy the series, means that there are still people who love watching the show, especially the japanese (: well, i do know quite a number of people who like "monsters"
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lol d.gray-man for me too (:
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D.GRAY MAN!!!!!!!!!
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D.gray-man, azumanga daioh, Burst angel, monster. ^^
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1)D.gray man
2)burst angel
3)the twelve kingdoms
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D.grayman
Scrapped Princess
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nanashikei wrote:

Is it a vote for just one anime title or more I vote for "Monster", followed by "D.Gray-man". The rest of the text below the dotted line was just me being rambling when I realized that voting only applied to anime titles that were currently being aired It's not necessary reading unless there's nothing else better to do

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If I can recall clearly, Arts Central started the Animania programme in Dec 2005, right? Here are the anime series that I like back then and now.

In order of preference:

01) Juuni Kokuki ("Twelve Kingdoms")
02) Jigoku Shoujo
03) D.Gray-man
04) Monster
05) Inuyasha
06) Kita he。~Diamond Dust Drops~

I was already watching or had finished watching the followin


Offtopic: Where do you watch Diamond Dust Drops? i cant seems to find it anymore><
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Ohjo wrote:

Offtopic: Where do you watch Diamond Dust Drops? i cant seems to find it anymore><


I watched it on Arts Central. There used to be VCD box sets available in Singapore, but I don't know about now, sorry The US company ADV licensed and released the entire anime series on R1 DVDs more than a year ago, so finding the fansubs online may not be so easy.
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nanashikei wrote:


Ohjo wrote:

Offtopic: Where do you watch Diamond Dust Drops? i cant seems to find it anymore><


I watched it on Arts Central. There used to be VCD box sets available in Singapore, but I don't know about now, sorry The US company ADV licensed and released the entire anime series on R1 DVDs more than a year ago, so finding the fansubs online may not be so easy.


Oh i see. Thanks!! :DDDD
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