Anime that you dropped, came back to, and liked.
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When I first started watching Bakemonogatari I could only stand the first 2 episodes before I asked myself is this really worth watching? A week later I was bored and decided to give it another shot, and I found that I really liked it a lot this time. Now bakemonogatari is one of my favorite animes and I regret almost not watching it. Has this happened to anyone else before?
Posted 9/19/11 , edited 9/19/11
Angel Beats.
I thought it was gonna be some typical school setting moe shit. (so I dropped it)
When I started to watch it again, it turned out it was just some typical moe shit set in a dumb typical anime school.
Though, it wasn't as bad as I initially thought it would. I give it 7/10.

I gave it an 8 on MAL but lowered it because when I thought about it (story wise), it's actually really stupid, but still entertained me.
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Anime(s) you're glad you gave a second chance

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Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica
Mushi-shi
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Posted 9/19/11
I would have to be Ashita no Nadja.
I saw the opening for the sereis. It didn't look interesting. I watched the first episode and wasn't impressed by it. It looked like one of those anime series that had a lot of filler episode and no plot. So, I dropped it. One day, I came across it. So I decided to give it another try. I watched all the episodes. It wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. I end up liking it. So, now, I wish I could see it again.
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Star Driver... The first time I watched it I was horribly confused about why he was a galactic pretty boy and the fact his robot looked weird...

However I got over it when crunchyroll got it and for whatever reason I started liking it better when they decided to not translate galactic pretty boy.

Also @ chrome_mist does Mushi-shi get more interesting again after the first few episodes? I liked it at first but the interesting parts were not related to mushi at all and I started losing interest fast.
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ZachZag wrote:

Also @ chrome_mist does Mushi-shi get more interesting again after the first few episodes? I liked it at first but the interesting parts were not related to mushi at all and I started losing interest fast.


Nah this doesn't get anywhere. There is no plot.
But if you loved Natsume Yuujinchou, you're gonna love this.

This is an amazing anime that everyone should watch.

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Azumanga Daioh
Durarara!!
Sayonara, Zetsubou Sensei

I ended up loving all...
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Skip Beat
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Durarara!

The first episode didn't really grab me...but it was more that I couldn't stand gg fansubs way of subbing. So I didn't go back to it for months and months. Then my friend bought the DVDs and we watched the whole thing. It was.....well, I think we could call it a "masterpiece anime".


Han_Solo wrote:

Angel Beats.
I thought it was gonna be some typical school setting moe shit. (so I dropped it)
When I started to watch it again, it turned out it was just some typical moe shit set in a dumb typical anime school.


A show that takes place in a high school in the afterlife is " dumb and typical"?

Really?

Calling such a deep, dark, and emotional series "dumb typical moe shit" is a major offense to its creators because it's anything BUT.
Apologize to Key.
NOW.

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