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Posted 7/27/14
Probably my ranked number 4 in my top 5 romance anime after Clannad, Angel Beats, and Nagi no Asukara. It's okay if someone else doesn't like it, so long as they don't think the people that watch it are stupid and bash on us. If so then you are a low-life and I am done with you, but you aren't. Some are but, not you.
Posted 7/27/14

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SoldierSangria wrote:
Of course Maison Ikkoku beats out everyone.


Damn that is a old school, been a while since I last heard the name. watched it when I was around 14ish or so...one of the few things I could get back in Kuwait.


Never watched Maison Ikkoku the anime, but I've read the manga hundreds of times. Still the absolute best romance manga of all time in my opinion. I mean, it just tells the story so well, and features a unique twist with a widow; I never get sick of it.

Did you know, in Japan they recently had several polls for favorite romance series/characters and Maison Ikkoku topped both lists even though it was made in the 80's lol.

Now that's classic :P

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Hmm, really liked it myself. I liked how the relationship developed and where to the two main characters ended up. I've dropped quite a few anime myself though too, to be finished at a later date.

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Posted 7/27/14

SoldierSangria wrote:

Did you know, in Japan they recently had several polls for favorite romance series/characters and Maison Ikkoku topped both lists even though it was made in the 80's lol.

Now that's classic :P



I don't consider it that surprising. A well-played out story is a well-played out story, no matter what decade, era, or time-space continuum it's from.
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Posted 7/27/14
I really liked it, but hey, we all like different things.
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Posted 7/27/14 , edited 7/27/14

Felstalker wrote:

You should grind on more C-grade Anime before you tackle these A-grade bosses.

Toradora is rather Japanese, if you don't understand their culture, you won't like their story. Additionally, you should probably finish it. Not now, but perhaps late on in the future, when your taste has improved.

I ain't saying your wrong, I'm saying you don't have the required knowledge to make an informed opinion.

Bit that's OK.


More importantly, CRUNCHYROLL ADDED THE ENGLISH DUB OF TORADORA! CHECK IT OUT PEOPLE!


ouch dude.

Maison Ikkoku is on my to watch list, but i have a hard time handeling the art. got to get over that.
im super glad we got a dubbed.


Posted 7/27/14 , edited 7/27/14

nemoskull wrote:

ouch dude.

Maison Ikkoku is on my to watch list, but i have a hard time handeling the art. got to get over that.

im super glad we got a dubbed.


I've heard the anime version of Maison Ikkoku sticks fairly close to the manga...But I would def recommend the manga for the entire story. The art is typical Rumiko Takehashi - cute, not great. But gosh, is the story wonderful and it is so refreshing to have a romance between a widow and a college student with real life problems, not some overemotional teenagers getting worked up for nothing.
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Posted 7/27/14 , edited 7/27/14

asharka wrote:

Currently active Toradora (dub) thread is here: /forumtopic-853287


Why thank you ^,^ locked.

Please continue at link provided by asharka thanks!
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