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i've been watching anime for a couple years and it's starting to get hard to find something to watch.
I would love if everyone could list off a anime or two that you thought were good that are on crunchyroll.

Thanks in advance to those who leave a couple =]
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Just go to the popular section and start watching from the top
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If you've been watching anime for a couple years, I'm assuming you've seen most of the more famous ones that frequently get recommended (Toradora, Usagi Drop, Sword Art Online, Attack on Titan, etc). So let me point out a few more obscure ones on CR:

Otome Youkai Zakuro: Fantasy world, inter-species political drama with some romance built in, and beautiful art work.

Hanasaku Iroha: Slice of life show about a city girl who is forced to work in a small town inn, with great characters and a solid, if unexpected, resolution--and even a satisfying bit of romance too, if that's your thing.

The Ambition of Oda Nobuna: Combination of historical fiction and ecchi/harem show... and it works. Well, mostly. I won't say that it's the greatest show out there, but it is highly entertaining, seamlessly interweaving moe girls and great battles, and it ends reasonably well (though clearly the plot isn't finished).

Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet: Mech pilot who knows nothing of world, stranded on flooded world with peaceful people. First half of show is about him trying to adapt to a peaceful life. In the second half... lets just say his war starts to catch up to him, and he's got some choices to make. Mech battles are only okay, but it's a very good sci-fi plot.
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Natsu no arashi...

it's pretty funny... but people have mostly forgotten it... or at least i've never seen anyone mentioning this anime when a "What is a funny anime" thread comes up...
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Mitsu Domoe and Non Non Biyori for cute gag comedy.
Interlude for sad scifi.
Btooom! and Blue Exorcist for action/adventure.
Another for horror.
Linebarrels of Iron for Mecha.
So I Can't Play H and Strike the Blood for ecchi/harem

Hope you find something among those.You didn't mention the genres you liked so I gave it a range to choose from.
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Posted 3/13/15

rebornkarite wrote:

i've been watching anime for a couple years and it's starting to get hard to find something to watch.
I would love if everyone could list off a anime or two that you thought were good that are on crunchyroll.

Thanks in advance to those who leave a couple =]

What kind of shows do you like?
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Hairbelly wrote:


rebornkarite wrote:

i've been watching anime for a couple years and it's starting to get hard to find something to watch.
I would love if everyone could list off a anime or two that you thought were good that are on crunchyroll.

Thanks in advance to those who leave a couple =]

What kind of shows do you like?


i'll watch pretty much anything lol and i find animes in all types i enjoy =]
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mnmike wrote:

If you've been watching anime for a couple years, I'm assuming you've seen most of the more famous ones that frequently get recommended (Toradora, Usagi Drop, Sword Art Online, Attack on Titan, etc). So let me point out a few more obscure ones on CR:

Otome Youkai Zakuro: Fantasy world, inter-species political drama with some romance built in, and beautiful art work.

Hanasaku Iroha: Slice of life show about a city girl who is forced to work in a small town inn, with great characters and a solid, if unexpected, resolution--and even a satisfying bit of romance too, if that's your thing.

The Ambition of Oda Nobuna: Combination of historical fiction and ecchi/harem show... and it works. Well, mostly. I won't say that it's the greatest show out there, but it is highly entertaining, seamlessly interweaving moe girls and great battles, and it ends reasonably well (though clearly the plot isn't finished).

Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet: Mech pilot who knows nothing of world, stranded on flooded world with peaceful people. First half of show is about him trying to adapt to a peaceful life. In the second half... lets just say his war starts to catch up to him, and he's got some choices to make. Mech battles are only okay, but it's a very good sci-fi plot.


thanks i'll check them all out ^.^
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neugenx wrote:

Mitsu Domoe and Non Non Biyori for cute gag comedy.
Interlude for sad scifi.
Btooom! and Blue Exorcist for action/adventure.
Another for horror.
Linebarrels of Iron for Mecha.
So I Can't Play H and Strike the Blood for ecchi/harem

Hope you find something among those.You didn't mention the genres you liked so I gave it a range to choose from.


thanks i've seen a couple of those, but there were some i haven't seen =]
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Mekakucity Actors <3

Shin Sekai Yori. It's dystopian fiction and very good.
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rebornkarite wrote:


neugenx wrote:

Mitsu Domoe and Non Non Biyori for cute gag comedy.
Interlude for sad scifi.
Btooom! and Blue Exorcist for action/adventure.
Another for horror.
Linebarrels of Iron for Mecha.
So I Can't Play H and Strike the Blood for ecchi/harem

Hope you find something among those.You didn't mention the genres you liked so I gave it a range to choose from.


thanks i've seen a couple of those, but there were some i haven't seen =]


Yvw, rebornkarite . Enjoy
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