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What was the last anime you marathoned?
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Last one I marathoned was Canaan a couple of days ago. Now about to marathon the second half of Chrno Crusade, which I should have finished weeks ago.
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Moyashimon. Before that I think it was Chihayafuru. Its always nice finding gems in catalogue titles.
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Saki, and Saki: Episode of Side A, as well as the first several episodes of Saki: The Nationals until I was caught up.

This was not a good show to marathon; I kept pushing myself because I had watched the first couple of episodes of Saki a while back and liked it, and so committed to including Saki: The Nationals in my Winter 2014 simulcast viewing. But to be honest, there was nothing compelling that made me want to watch one episode immediately after finishing the other. Frankly, I didn't enjoy Episode of Side A at all beyond the first couple of episodes, so it was a chore. (Saki: The Nationals is a little better, but I'm kind of bored with it--wonder if it would have been better if I hadn't experienced such an unpleasant glut just before).

Before that I think it was Beck: Mongolian Chop Squad, which did make me want to watch the next episode almost every time I finished an episode.
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lorreen wrote:

Saki, and Saki: Episode of Side A, as well as the first several episodes of Saki: The Nationals until I was caught up.

This was not a good show to marathon; I kept pushing myself because I had watched the first couple of episodes of Saki a while back and liked it, and so committed to including Saki: The Nationals in my Winter 2014 simulcast viewing. But to be honest, there was nothing compelling that made me want to watch one episode immediately after finishing the other. Frankly, I didn't enjoy Episode of Side A at all beyond the first couple of episodes, so it was a chore. (Saki: The Nationals is a little better, but I'm kind of bored with it--wonder if it would have been better if I hadn't experienced such an unpleasant glut just before).

Before that I think it was Beck: Mongolian Chop Squad, which did make me want to watch the next episode almost every time I finished an episode.


Beck is an amazing series. Shame it ended where it did, because I read the manga after watching the anime and the manga gets way, way better. Like the anime, while freaking amazing, actually ends before the best parts. So if you liked BECK, just know that it could have been an even better anime.
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Just finished 22 episodes of Psycho Pass in 2 days and it was definitely worth it.

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Shakugan No Shana Seasons 1 - 3. Really good!
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Polar Bear Cafe.

I have no idea why, really.
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I semi-marathoned One Piece from Skypiea, hitting close to 30 episodes a day at some points, but because I'm still in school I usually could only watch 10 episodes a day. Took me about 2 months to catch up.

My current "marathon" project is Fairy Tail, but I continued from Oracion Seis, as I took a break after the Fighting Festival Arc. Probably going to finish it in the next 3-4 days. Once summer rolls around I'm probably going to watch the old Hunter x Hunter before moving on to the one that's currently airing.

I've watched several 13 episode series in one day, though I don't remember when I "marathoned" them. As for my last "real" marathon, I have to say it would be Gintama + Gintama', which took me a little less than 2 weeks.
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I just finished a small marathon of White Album 2, and I just feel wrecked. The recent episodes of Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions and Golden Time did not help my general mood either, haha.
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Are you guys attempting to "marathon" on your computers?? My eyes would bug out of my skull
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first season for chuunibyo: obvious reasons
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I recently marathoned Code Geass and Eureka Seven. Got lucky and grabbed the last copy of R2 when it poped up on right stuff a few weeks back.
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evilswitchkix wrote:

Are you guys attempting to "marathon" on your computers?? My eyes would bug out of my skull
Although my screen is pretty decent for my compy, I also use the PS3 app to just watch stuff on my living room TV, so its not so bad.

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