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Reserved! I'm excited for this! :D
I will think about which anime to go in which category when I see some more anime first.

After some time of thinking here's my results:

Best Story: Danganronpa
Reason: If I explain why I would give it away why.
Best Animation: Free
Reason: Before Free came around, I never saw how beautiful water can be animated....
Best OP: "Secrets of the Goddess" by OTWGOK (The World God Only Knows III0
Reason: I'm kinda sucker when it comes to openings sung in English
Best ED: Brothers Conflict
Reason: The lyrics matched to the anime itself (like the opening) and plus it was sung by the seiyuus of 14 characters (I had a hard time between this and Free and it came down to the final result...)
Best Comedy: Watamote
Reason: Watch it since I won't explain why since every one has different tastes in comedy (It was VERY hard to decide due to
Best Action: Makai Ouji: Devils and Realist
Reason: I actually am happy to see a shoujo anime (yes the anime is based off a shojo manga since I looked it up) that has good action scenes and it tells the "meaning of life" from a different perspective.
Best Drama/Slice of Life: Gin no Saji
Reason: Besides the fact that this was the only slice-of-life that I watched this season, I got educated and
Best Short Series (3-5 minutes episode length): (I'll leave this blank since I didn't see any short anime this season)
Best Male Character: Yuugo Hachiken from Gin no Saji
Runner-up: William Twining from Devils and Realist (he is my favorite character of the season from some reason...)
Best Female Character: Mikoto Misaka from Toaru Kagaku no Railgun S
Best of Summer 2013: since every anime has some flaws so I am going to decide based on all of the anime I have seen and go with....(after 20 minutes of pure thinking....) Makai Ouji: Devils and Realist since to be honest, it was the anime that I looked most forward to and it didn't disappoint me one bit. It's sad since no one has licensed this in the U.S. (similar to some other good anime that isn't licensed.)

I'm done! I'm done with this since I no longer need to think anymore and am satisfied with this!
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Best Story: The Eccentric Family
Best Animation: Tamayura More Aggressive
Best OP: Gatchaman Crowds OP
Best ED: Sunday without God ED
Best Comedy: Love Lab
Best Action: Attack on Titan
Best Drama/Slice of Life: The Eccentric Family
Best Short Series: Senyuu
Best Male Character: Yutaka Hasebe (Servant Service)
Best Female Character: Yura Yamato (C3-bu)
Best of Summer 2013: Love Lab
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Why can't we vote for Senyuu 2, but can vote for Tekyuu 2?


Senyuu 2 appears to be continuing to air into the fall season but check back to this post later in the season when I have more up to date information on the length of that show
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Senyuu 2 appears to be continuing to air into the fall season but check back to this post later in the season when I have more up to date information on the length of that show


8 episodes so far, 5 to go.
On Myanimelist (which tends to be right about these things) says it's a 13 episodes anime.
So ifthey air one ep each week, it should be done by the time the fall season start.
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Wasn't planning on reserving... but since I'm asking a question, I might as well.


pleth0ra wrote:

Just a suggestion for 1 more category, but how about 1 for Best Short Series (when I say short, I mean like those 2-5min shows like Teekyuu, Yamishibai, etc)?

v We don't actually have to reserve spots for this, lol.

Yeah I like that category idea I went ahead and added it to the list
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Des85

8 episodes so far, 5 to go.
On Myanimelist (which tends to be right about these things) says it's a 13 episodes anime.
So ifthey air one ep each week, it should be done by the time the fall season start.


Oh okay, if that's the case then I will add it to the eligible anime for voting
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It's all over *tears* so here I go.

Best Story

1. Attack on Titan Most immersive and intense plot of the season. Say what you want about pacing, but the actual story itself is inventive and told in a way that keeps you wondering How? Why? That's good enough for me.
2. The Eccentric Family Delicate, wonderful storytelling throughout, backed by a great POV & superb writing.
3. A Certain Scientific Railgun S Highlighted by the incredible Sisters Arc, Railgun was in the lead until it ended. Although Silent Party wasn't bad, it just couldn't keep up with the rest of the show.

Best Animation

1. Free! Spectacular animation from sexy hair to sexy toes. Everything in the water was beautiful.
2. Sunday Without God Loved, loved, loved the ethereal color pallete they chose.
3. Gatchaman Crowds Not as amazing all the way through, but it's delightfully colorful and has moments of brilliance.

Best OP

1. "How May I Help You?" by Ai Kayano, Mai Nakahara & Aki Toyosaki from Servant x Service Catchy, fun and the OP animation was incredible.
2. "Crowds" by White Ash from Gatchaman Crowds Loved this song from the first episode. More awesome animation, as well.
3. "Eternal Reality" by fripSide from A Certain Scientific Railgun S I just really love fripSide. Every single Railgun OP is excellent.

Best ED

1. "Hajikero! Shikybu!" by Yui Makino, et al. from Stella Women's Academy High School Division Class C3 Likeable, with a really cool melody in the middle section of the song.
2. "Grow Slowly" by Yuka Iguchi from A Certain Scientific Railgun S Overlooked song from Railgun S. Really a pretty beautiful piece of music.
3. "Your Voice" by Rhodanthe* from Kiniro Mosaic Loved the swing/jazz influences in this one.

Best Comedy

1. Servant x Service I had a lot of laughs out SxS this seasons, from the bunny manager, to Chihaya, to Lucy's name.
2. Kiniro Mosaic A real champion in the mot production department. Hilarious moments & cute girls every episode.

Best Action

1. Attack on Titan Are you kidding me? Did you watch episode 21? Have you seen the 3D gear fights? Incredible action.
2. A Certain Scientific Railgun S Railgun always straddles the line between action and something else, but then you have the Accelerator and Meltdowner fights.

Best Drama/Slice of Life

1. The Eccentric Family Ended perfectly. Wonderfully written, presented and full of entertainment. Seeing the family together at the end was worth everything.
2. Silver Spoon It was a toss-up, but Silver Spoon is still incomplete & couldn't compete with the artistry of TEF.

Best Short Series

1. N/A.

Best Male Character

1. Yasaburo Shimogamo from The Eccentric Family No guy was more fun to watch this season that Yasaburo. The perfect narrator for this anime.
2. Keima Katsuragi from The World God Only Knows On his game once again, but showed some different levels of emotion. It was wonderful to see him be less than perfect this season.
3. Yuugo Hachiken from Silver Spoon Best character development arc of anything this season. And hilarious facial expressions.

Best Female Character

1. Megumi Chihaya from Servant x Service Incomparably funny, perfectly timed lines. And cute on occasion.
2. Hajime Ichinose from Gatchaman Crowds A lot smarter than she seems. And has a beautiful worldview.
3. Misaka Mikoto from A Certain Scientific Railgun S Because leaving Misaka off this list just seems wrong.

BEST OVERALL SUMMER 2013

1. The Eccentric Family The meandering, artistic take on a family's struggles together captured my heart from start to finish. Heck, I hated the OP at first and wound up loving it. Loved it.
2. A Certain Scientific Railgun S Again, the Sisters Arc was the highlight of this show. But even in Silent Party, Railgun still tackles some meaningful questions. It's impossible not to love it. Misaka showed legitimate character growth. Quality production all the way through.
3. Silver Spoon Held up against extremely high expectations all season long. Enjoyable, thoughtful and fun to watch. I'll be looking forward to the second cour come winter.
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Best Story
1) The Eccentric Family
2) Silver Spoon
Best Animation
1) The Eccentric Family
2) Sunday Without God
Best OP
1) WATAMOTE
2) Servant x Service
Best ED
1) The Eccentric Family and Attack on Titan ED#2
2) Servant x Service
Best Comedy
1) Love Lab
2) WATAMOTE
Best Action
1) Attack on Titan
2) Blood Lad
Best Drama/Slice of Life
1) The Eccentric Family
2) Silver Spoon
Best Short Series
1) None
2) None
Best Male Character
1) Yasaburou Shimogamo (The Eccentric Family))
2) Charlie Staz (Blood Lad)
Best Female Character
1) Tomoko Kuroki (WATAMOTE)
2) Riko Kurahashi (Love Lab)
Best of Summer 2013
1) The Eccentric Family
2) Love Lab
3) Silver Spoon
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I'm finally finished and ready to plunge right into Fall.

Best Story - The Eccentric Family (This felt like what a modern-day fairy tail would feel like; it takes place in an immersive world defined by a perfect balance of fantasy and reality, and does an excellent job of portraying a story about a true family and how, despite some fraying threads, were able to pull through a brief series of ordeals and become even more closely-knit than they were before. I imagine that, in a few years, the (eccentric) Shimogamo family will look back on what happened and laugh about it together.)

Honorable Mention - Rozen Maiden Zurückspulen

Best Animation - Sunday Without God (It's hard to explain this properly; all I can say is that the animation really brought the anime's world to life; from the colors/hues to the scaling of people/things, all of it really helped to convey a lot of the meaning and emotion in the world and the characters, right down to the smallest details.)

Honorable Mention - The Eccentric Family

Best OP - Watashi no Bara wo Haminasai (Rozen Maiden Zurückspulen) (The sequence was packed to the brim with foreshadowing, hardly wasting a single moment; both the sequence and the song managed to capture the ominous feel of the anime perfectly.)

Honorable Mention - Crowds (Gatchaman Crowds)

Best ED - Grow Slowly (To Aru Kagaku no Railgun S) (A nice, fitting song set to a sequence that captures what Misaka is feeling throughout the Sisters Arc as she pretty much has to leave her closest friends behind to deal with something that is very important to her, but too dangerous for them, all by herself.)

Honorable Mention - Dou Kangaetemo Watashi wa Warukunai (Watamote)

Best Comedy - Kiniro Mosaic (I love the characters in this anime; it got to a point where I didn't care what they were doing because anything and everything they did made me smile and/or laugh. I'm going to remember these characters for a long time to come.)

Honorable Mention - Love Lab

Best Action - To Aru Kagaku no Railgun S (Aside from the Accelerator fight, the action may not have been the flashiest, but it had a greater impact on me than the action in any other anime this season. Being as invested in the characters as I was made all of the action more exciting, and I felt it ended on a very strong note.)

Honorable Mention - Senki Zesshou Symphogear G

Best Drama/Slice of Life - Tamayura: More Aggressive (I really liked the first season, Tamayura Hitotose, but this season really went above and beyond Hitotose by showing how far the characters had come since then, managing to transcend the tranquil feel of Hitotose and become downright moving at times. I kind of want a third season dealing with the senior year and the inevitable graduation/going separate ways, though I'm not sure if my heart could handle that.)

Honorable Mentions - The World God Only Knows: Goddesses, Stella Women's Academy High School Division Class C3

Best Short Series - Teekyuu 2 (This had more WTF moments than I could count, and I felt it did a lot more with its characters than season 1 did. I'll definitely be watching season 3.)

Honorable Mention - Yamishibai: Japanese Ghost Stories

Best Male Character - Jun Sakurada (adult) (Rozen Maiden Zurückspulen) (Through his interactions with the Rozen Maiden dolls, he's able to push himself to do more with his life, from making and helping out a friend to aiding Shinku and the others in the Alice Game, and in ways only possible for an adult. Similar to his younger counterpart, he goes from a hopeless, cynical loner to a determined and responsible adult who could finally be satisfied with his accomplishments in life.)

Honorable Mention - Yasaburou Shimogamo (The Eccentric Family)

Best Female Character - Hajime Ichinose (Gatchaman Crowds) (She seems kind of stupid at first until you realize that she understands the world better than anyone else does. She always does what she believes is right and never falters for an instant, inspiring those around her to open their minds for once. She almost single-handedly changes the world for the better. She pretty much defines 'hero.')

Honorable Mentions - Ai Astin (Sunday Without God), Akari Taiyou (Day Break Illusion)

Best of Summer 2013 - To Aru Kagaku no Railgun S (The Sisters arc combined a darker 'this is reality' theme with the amazing characterization from season 1 and ended on a very powerful note. The Silent Party arc initially felt merely 'good' by comparison, but the last two episodes gave me a newfound appreciation for the arc and even for the entire Railgun series. I found myself completely blown away by the end.)

Honorable Mentions - Rozen Maiden Zurückspulen, The Eccentric Family, Sunday Without God

I guess I'll go ahead and mention that, in my opinion, Attack on Titan was too inconsistent to earn any awards from me this season.

And I guess, like some others are doing, I'll include some other awards just for fun.

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Best Story: Uchouten Kazoku (Was expecting to drop it or for it to be like a chore to sit through,but ended up being my surprise favorite of the season)
Best Animation: Free! (Made up my mind after watching episode 11)
Best OP: Watamote OP(Sunday Without God came at a close 2nd)(Free! at 3rd)
Best ED: Watamote ED (Loved the song ever since I saw pv 1)(Sunday Without God came at 2nd)
Best Comedy: WataMote (Having read the manga,this was my instant favorite comedy)
Best Action: Shingeki no Kyojin (was watching pretty much no other action anime.And can't really considered Monogatari action)
Best Drama/Slice of Life: Free! (Just like alot of people I was a bit skeptical,but end up be one of my favorites of the season)
Best Short Series: Senyuu. 2 tied with Teekyu 2 (one for having a somewhat interesting story and the other for stupid funny randomness)
Best Male Character: Undecided. (Would be Koyomi if I could choose him,which is biased cause he's my favorite character of all time)
Best Female Character: Tomoko Kuroki (Would be Shinobu if I could choose her.)
Best of Summer 2013: Shingeki no Kyojin (After watching episode 24 I changed my mind) (Would be Monogatari if I could choose it)

Other categorizes that I decided to add that don't affect voting.
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This became pretty TL;DR. I apologize in advance.
Before we begin: I have decided nominate a runner-up in all categories, and two (equal) runner-ups in the music and character cathegories because those were particularly hard to make a final decision in. Obviously, only the first nominee counts. Also. all of this is obviously my own opinion - I mean, what else would it be?

Best Story: The Eccentric Family
It's not entirely a secret that The Eccentric Family is based on a novel, and if you werent' aware, the novelistic dialogues and episodes paced more like chapters in a complete story than epsiodes in a serialized medium should tip you off. Basically, this show is incredibly well told, moving at a deliberate pace that seems neither too slow or too fast, and never serving up anything that seems like padding. But the novelistic plotting and pacing is only a small part of what makes The Eccentric Family so good. I'll touch on the characters and their relations later, but more than that, this is a story that manages to be both heartfelt and fun at the same time, while diminishing neither of the two parts. The biarre lives of the tanuki coexist with their relatable (and non-relatable) problems, and when a story about the loss of a father is not made less impactful by the inclusion of flying teahouses and raccoon dogs turning into streetcars, well, you have a great storyteller at the reins.
Runner-up: Attack on Titan
In a completely different genre, we have Attack on Titan, a story whose appeal lies less in character relations and quiet contemplation and more in visceral thrills, engaging mysteries and infuriating cliffhangers, always coming at the moment you want them the least. Put it simply, Attack on Titan is just exciting. It might not be clever, it might not be philosophical, but damn if it isn't entertaining, and much of that entertainment comes from the masterfully constructed story.

Best Animation: Free - Iwatobi Swim Club
Kyoto Animation strikes again, this time with rippling muscles, expressve character animation and water that makes you ache for a swim. Say what you will about the manservice, Free is without a doubt the best-looking show this season in my book.
Runner-up: The Eccentric Family
No other show came close to Free in terms of raw animation horsepower this season, but when it somes to imagination, The Eccentric Family is a strong contender. From the wild and crazy presentation of tanuki transforming into mountains and flying teahouses doing aerial battles to the subtlety of the stylished, yet incredibly accurate modern-day Kyoto setting, this show is a complete package with a strong aesthetic sensibility that does't quite look like anything else (no, not even Sayonara Zetsubou-sensei)

Best OP: Crowds by WHITE ASH (Gatchaman Crowds)
With it's gibberish lyrics and strong hook, accompanied with stylish and perfectly timed visuals, the best opening of Summer 2013 easily belongs to Gatchaman Crowds
Runner-up A: Träumerei by LiSA (Day Break Illusion ~ Il Sole Penetra le Illusioni)
Disregarding the show for a moment (which was my greatest disappointment of Summer 2013), this song has two things going for it in particular: LiSA's vocals and That. Goddamn. Guitar. Though not as prominent in the TV version, the guitar riff is strong with this one, to the point where I keep rewinding after the beginning of the second verse (where the guitar riff makes it's final appearance). Though, even disregarding the, Träumerei is a strong entry in the anisong genre, and while it may be fairly typical, that by no means makes it bad.
The opening sequence is fairly typical but perfectly serviceable, something which can sadly not be said for the show attached to it. My advice would be to skip teh show and listen to the song instead.
Runner-up B: May I help you? by Ai Kayano & Mai Nakahara & Aki Toyosaki (ServantXService)
A not particularly rememarkable song attached to a show I found serviceable (hah!) if tremendously boring, May I Help You? comes coupled with the best opening sequence of Summer 2013, an explosion of colors, shapes, and creativity. Watching a grey live-action office transform itself into a mosaic of colors, movement and cleverly placed credits is an absolute joy - sadly, the said about watching ServantXService.

Best ED: Owaranai Melody wo Utaidashimashita by Komatsu Mikako (Sunday Without God)
This season was a strong one for ending themes, but the one that takes the cake is, in my opinion, Sunday Without God's heart-wrenching ballad. Quietly building in the background during all but one episode, increasing in power and sadness before it reaches it's optimistic crescendo in the credits sequence itself, this song underscored the most dramatic moments of Sunday Without God perfectly, and the show was better off for it.
Runner-up A: Hello Especially by Sukima Switch (Silver Spoon)
In a completely different genre, this relaxed songdoesn't need much an explanation - it is simply a joy to listen to, and fits the show both musically and in term of lyrics. And while the accompanying animation is simple at best, it works perfectly with the song - I always get a pang of happiness once the corn turns golden.
Runner-up B: great escape by cinema scope (Attack on Titan ED2)
Nothing could really replace Guren no Yumiya, and while I feel the hate heaped on Jiyuu no Tsubasa was unjustified (it's much better in the full version), the ending theme is really the star of Attack on Titan's second OP/ED set. Coupled with a great animation sequence that could just as well have been an opening, this song fits the show perfectly and is a joy to listen to on it's own with it's quietly desperate vocals and guitar-rock sound.

Best Comedy: None
Hoenstly, while this was a great season in many ways, none of the comedies did it for me in any way, From the dullness of ServantXService to the schoolgirl antics of Love Lab, Kinmoza! and Chronicles of the Going-Home Club, none of the comedies this season were my kind of thing, and while Watamote was great, I consider it more of a painful experience than an amusing one, so in the end, this nomination goes to nobody.

Best Action: Attack on Titan
What else could it be? Thrilling, visceral and edge-of-your-seat exciting, Titan didn't become such a massive hit for nothing. Among all the complaints about pacing, or how issues with time and budget littered the show with still frames, it's easy to forget that when Titan moved, it moved beautifully, in masterfully choreographed air-battles and fistfights, accompanied by an incredible score and with the acttion tightly controlled by the talented Tetsuo Araki.
Runner-up: Gatchaman Crowds
Gatchaman Crowds is not an action show in the typical sense - rather, it is somewhat much more. Visually inventive (though rarely on-model), agressively unorthodox and frentic in getting it's message across, Gatchaman sometimes seemed to be to be more eager to discuss great themes of community, connectivity and what it means to be a hero than show super-powered beings battling each other, but those themes were exactly what made it such a great and refreshing hero show once it remembered that it was (also) supposed to be one of those.

Best Drama/Slice of Life: The Eccentric Family
Drama is all about characters, and if there's one thing The Eccentric Family does well, it's interpersonal relationships. Though the characters are generally larger-than-life, they are also incredibly relatable and far from the typical anime cliches. But more significantly, the characters of The Eccentric Family, their lives and their problems, are all irrevocably non-human. And yet, despite that, you care. The balance between the alien and the familiar is spectacularly kept in this show, and it's a joy to watch.
Runner-up: Silver Spoon
I'll be honest; I didn't really like Silver Spoon to begin with. The comedy was always the weakest part of Fullmetal Alchemist, in my opinion, and since Silver Spoon initially promised to be a combination of that and the 'hard works, guts and rabbit killing' parts of FMA (a morality I had a hard time with in that series), I was prepared to drop the show. However, as I kept watching, Silver Spoon quickly matured into a thoughtful meditation on responsibility, life choices and the ethics of eating animals (coupled with comedy leagues above the 'Ed is very short'-fare I was expecting), and it quickly grew into one of my favorites this season. Had The Eccentric Family not been so exceptional, Silver Spoon would have taken this nomination for sure.

Best Short Series - 3-5 minutes episode length: Yamishibai
While sometimes hit-or-miss, this creepy collection of short horror stories represented a new and inventive way of dealing with the short series format that is usually used for comedies, and put it's limited animation budget to great use with a beautiful style reminescent of puppet shows and cut-out animation.
Runner-up: Senyuu.
While by no means great, Senyuu was the one other short series I actually enjoyed this season (the less said about Recorder and Randsell Mi the better), so it gets the spot per default.

Best Male Character: Yuugo Hachiken, Silver Spoon
There is still much we don't know about Hachiken, most importantly what exactly went wrong between him and his family, but even without knowing the details of his backstory, Hachiken is still a complex and highly likeable character. Growing from a city mouse who gets everything wrong to a responsible farmer, a mover and shaker among his friends, and a fresh breath of air in the agrarian community in just 11 episodes, Hachiken changes greatly, just as he changes the world around him.
Runner-up A: Jun who didn't wind the key, Rozen Maiden Zurückspulen
Jun was never the most exciting of characters, but the alternate dimension portrayal of an older Jun in Zurückspulen gives him a fragile sadness that hit me much harder than the original Jun's over-the-top hikkikomori antics. Alone while surrounded by people, seeing Jun slowly reaching out was a joy, and the sublety with which his emotions were portrayed were a joy.
Runner-up B: Jean Kirstein, Attack on Titan
Our final brown-haired everyman, Jean just so happens to be one of the main differences between the manga and anime versions of Attack on Titan. While mostly a bit character in the manga, he was given extensive character development in the anime, becoming essentially the everyman counterpart to Eren's rage-fuelled shonen hero - and a much better character for it.

Best Female Character: Hajime Ichinose, Gatchaman Crowds
Hajime is an acquired taste, but for me, she is perfect. A highly atypical take on the Genki Girl stereotype, Hajime is likeable and annoying at the same time, changing her world and her friends liek a whirlwind simply by asking the questions that should have been asked long ago and doing the things everyone thought impossible. And once you realize the amount of thought and insight behind her airheaded behavior, you'll be flabbergasted. I know I was.
Runner-up A: Tomoko Kuroki, Watamote
I have a confession to make: I didn't finish Watamote . Not by a long shot. And Tomoko is the reason why. So how can she be my runner-up? Easily: Tomoko is such a perfect portrayal of the pitch-black hole of social anxiety that I (and many others) have been trapped in at some point in life. She is so perfect, in fact, that watching her antics was too painful for me.
Runner-up B: Zoe Hange, Attack on Titan
Finishing up the trend of atypical women, we find Hange (and no, I don't care about your Tumblr theories, she is a woman), a mad scientist in the service of humanity and her own curiosity, refreshingly unafraid to be bat-shit crazy and highly unsettling when needed. Hange is a joy to watch (and listen to, courtesy of Romi Paku), and an obvious

Best of Summer 2013: The Eccentric Family
I'm pretty sure I've said all I possibly can about The Eccentric Family at this point - the show is simply a joy, and everyone should watch it.
Runner-up: Attack on Titan
In the same vein, I've said all I can about Titan. If you haven't watched it yet, what the hell are you doing?
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Senyuu 2 appears to be continuing to air into the fall season but check back to this post later in the season when I have more up to date information on the length of that show


If that's a quality that prevents a show from being voted on this time around, shouldn't Monogatari Second Season be taken off the list?
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Best Story - Sunday Without God
Best Animation - Attack on Titan
Best OP - Servant x Service
Best ED - Sunday Without God
Best Comedy - KINMOZA!
Best Action - Attack on Titan
Best Drama/Slice of Life - KINMOZA!
Best Short Series (3-5 minutes episode length) - Yami Shibai
Best Male Character - Keima Katsuragi (The World God Only Knows season 3)
Best Female Character - Shinobu (KINMOZA!)
Best of Summer 2013 - KINMOZA!
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