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Posted 12/11/13 , edited 12/12/13
This is for checking to see if an anime you've seen has been watched by other members of the CR community.

1. Cat Soup
2. Love Hina
(I get the idea that this next one isn't watched much, despite being currently on air.)
3. Kyousougiga
4. Mitsudomoe(...?)
5. Miss Monochrome
6. GDGD Fairies
Posted 12/23/13
added some of these to my list... only seen Kyousougiga, I liked the 25 minute ONA more than the series that just finished LOL

what's the Love Hina that's airing? i can't find it.
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Posted 12/23/13
Kyousougiga was the one that was airing, and Love Hina's manga was much better than the anime. If you've ever heard of Mahou Sensei Negima, it was made by the same dude. Love Hina was one of his earlier works, and in my opinion, a masterpiece. Too bad the anime kind of waters down the story.
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Posted 2/3/14
I have not seen Cat Soup.
I know of Love Hina, it's my friend's favorite anime. (He likes Mahou Sensei Negima too) (And I'm not interested really in watching those shows, I've seen a few episodes of Negima).
I don't know Kyousougiga.
I've heard of Mitsudomoe but I haven't watched it.
I don't know Miss Monochrome.
I don't know GDGD Fairies.
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Posted 2/6/14
The Love Hina anime was disappointing for me, because it ended too close to where the story started ending. It also changed some small parts of the story that gave it little bits of depth. In doing so, the anime ALMOST devolved the series into a generic harem rom-com. ALMOST.

If you haven't read the manga, watch the anime first (if at all) because I get the feeling I would have enjoyed the anime a lot more if I hadn't read the manga first. The manga has this weird charm to it, and Ken Akamatsu really builds a strong atmosphere around the Hinata Inn.

I know you said you weren't interested in it, but if you even do choose to check it out, watch the anime, then the manga. It's 26 episodes and 12 or 13 volumes, so it's a relatively short series.

P.S. If your friend hasn't read the manga, recommend it to him for me.
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