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Posted 3/8/14
Aria - its... um... too perfect! lol jk

Seriously, though, it can be pretty boring.
And the characters are somewhat cliche.
And Aria's voice can be rather annoying at times
But Its still my all time favorite <3
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SAO - Having unnecessary fanservice for the sake of it
Guilty Crown - Shu with his multiple personalities all over the place
Clannad - As someone already mentioned, turned from a good story into how much can we make you cry'
Steins;Gate - Felt a bit slow at some points
Fate/Zero - Watching it before Fate/Stay Night left me a bit disappointed since Fate/Zero was so awesome (kinda was expecting it though)
Death Note - 2nd Season was horrible compared to the first
Kill la Kill - Only one episode a week and it's almost over :<
Mirai Nikki - I want more!
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I feel like this is the 3rd time I've seen a thread like this

Hunter x Hunter (2011) Compared with the original series, it doesn't show Kite in the first episode, but rather we finally see him in episode 76

Dragon Ball Z a lot of characters from the original become useless

Death Note Hmmm only thing I can think of that I disliked is how much I hated the OP/EDs' (Loved the 2nd half tbh)

Kaiji during the 2nd season the pachinko section lasted way too long

Code Geass Unnecessary fan service
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Granted, it's not my absolute favorite, but it's one of 'em: Several of the Narm-tastic moments in Code Geass, like this face, for example, that Lelouch makes during a certain important event:
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SAO
what the hell is with the time gaps in the beginning of the series. i understand that it was used to progress the story but i mean come on these time gaps are MASSIVE
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Akira is a narrative mess.
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My #1 anime would be Ergo Proxy, one thing I didn't like was that some of the plot was explained through an out of place episode where the main character was on a game show.
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Posted 3/8/14
One Piece

Problems:
-Horrible pacing
-Lazy animation


How to fix:
-After every arc, Toei should take a 6 or 12-month break and let the manga progress so they don't have to do the 1 chapter per episode thing and those 7 minutes recaps (our memories aren't that bad).
-Use animation like in the movies (You got enough money for it).




MagnaAnima wrote:

I feel like this is the 3rd time I've seen a thread like this

Same here.

http://www.crunchyroll.com/forumtopic-825665/the-good-and-the-bad-on-your-favorite-and-least-favorite#44729103
http://www.crunchyroll.com/forumtopic-796361/what-would-you-change-in-your-favorite-anime-show
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Posted 3/8/14
I heard the LN was better.

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Lykradonai wrote:

Code Geass - Quite a bit of unnecessary fanservice

If it were necessary, would it really be fanservice?

Posted 3/8/14
Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae wo Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai.
"I fucking hated the leading girl" joking he said haha

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TheAncientOne wrote:


Lykradonai wrote:

Code Geass - Quite a bit of unnecessary fanservice

If it were necessary, would it really be fanservice?

Indeed, then it is more of plotservice than fanservice. For instance in Unbreakable Machine Doll... the fact that automatons Yaya, Irori and Komurasaki have nipples and more is in fact plot important as it indicates something about their nature and origin.
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sevenhells wrote:

It had Shinji Ikari in it.


but that was the point of the show!

If it had a confident guy the show would not have worked so well, as a deconstruction of mecha and harems.
My point is proven by the rebuilds. Shinji goes gung-ho and brings about instrumentality.
TWICE.
In the show he just gets swallowed up by despair and introspection.(LITERALLY)

Bad thing about Evangelion...
I want to say the christian imagery/phrases being meaningless.
But really what got me was the ending. It's not a 'omg wtf can't understand'. It's just how out of place they(last 2 eps) felt. It's like you're going along in a car, episode to episode then suddenly you crash.
You're still moving, just not in the car anymore....
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Durarara!! - the Yellow Scarves arc is a little slow, Masaomi mopes around waaaaay too much. The conclusion to the first novel's material, the Dollars/Yagiri Pharmaceuticals arc, never really seemed like much of a conclusion to me.
Nichijou - there were some really slow jokes. Like the elevator one. And the ones about Mio in space. But that's kind of too be expected for a few jokes in any comedy.
Mawaru Penguindrum - I thought they put too much focus on Ringo for the first eight episodes, and she was SUCH a dislikable character in those episodes. Although it's admirable that they managed to make her likeable later on, and it was kind of necessary to have a single main plot at the beginning so everything else could unravel behind the scenes. All the fairy-tale style dramatic scenes earlier on were also kind of annoying.
anohana - the ending was kind of predictable, and

Waiting in the Summer - they relied a little too heavily on the alien aspect for the ending, considering they didn't really address it at all for most of the show, the beginning notwithstanding. I loved the ending, but I understand how it gets criticism for not entirely feeling connected to the rest of the show.
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood - they skipped over the Elrics' first meeting with Yoki, and then when he returned later on they basically just explained it with a quick flashback....
Angel Beats! - is it just me or are there some plotholes, especially in the beginning? I didn't really feel like everything SSS knew about their world really fit together -- how would they know that? Unfortunately I can't think of any specific examples.
Puella Magi Madoka Magica - I didn't really enjoy it the first time around. When I try to remember everything that happened in the series, I remember the beginning and the ending and that's it. The middle episodes blur together. It sometimes seemed just to be a series of explaining plot mechanics.
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