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Someone recommend a groundbreaking anime!
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Besides my weekly simulcasts, I'm not watching anything too amazing right now. I want to find a show that'll have me addicted and right now it seems I don't have one... so pls CR help me!

My list: http://myanimelist.net/animelist/Holdini
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Tokyo Magnitude 8.0 :p
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Holdini wrote:

Besides my weekly simulcasts, I'm not watching anything too amazing right now. I want to find a show that'll have me addicted and right now it seems I don't have one... so pls CR help me!

My list: http://myanimelist.net/animelist/Holdini


You should watch Haikyu!!. The second season is currently being simulcasted.
http://www.crunchyroll.com/haikyu
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JoJo bizarre adventure
haikyu
Durarara
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namealreadytaken wrote:

Tokyo Magnitude 8.0 :p


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namealreadytaken wrote:

Tokyo Magnitude 8.0 :p

c wut u did thar


I'll stick to series on CR unless you say otherwise.

Action/adventure: JoJo's Bizarre Adventure

Seinen mystery/paranormal: Mushishi (only second season is available on CR)

A combo of the two: Durarara

Comedy: Gintama

Can't help you with romances.
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Holdini wrote:

Besides my weekly simulcasts, I'm not watching anything too amazing right now. I want to find a show that'll have me addicted and right now it seems I don't have one... so pls CR help me!

My list: http://myanimelist.net/animelist/Holdini


Kara no Kyoukai
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Holdini wrote:

Besides my weekly simulcasts, I'm not watching anything too amazing right now. I want to find a show that'll have me addicted and right now it seems I don't have one... so pls CR help me!

My list: http://myanimelist.net/animelist/Holdini


Gurren Lagann!!
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wow. I normally don't like shitting on other people's tastes, but none of this shit is even remotely close to groundbreaking. Maybe it's good, yes I won't argue that, but there's a distinct difference between something that's good and something that's groundbreaking.

Now for my own list

Serial Experiments Lain: A show that managed to both nail the visual aesthetic of a minimalist anime while also using that minimalism to the best extent they could in delivering a philosophical show that goes beyond most series to this day. Not only is it clever, but it's beautiful and amazingly directed artwise and camera wise.

Cowboy Bebop: A love letter to French New Wave and honourable bloodshed films, it seemlessly blends the love of these genres in a scifi, jazz infused universe in a way that, unfortunately, Watanabe has yet to match in his most recent works, as excellent as they are.

Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex: Probably my favourite of the anime that I've put on this list and honestly, probably also the best in balancing all aspects of the piece, art, direction and story. Produced by Production IG, you know that you got one of the best studios to put together a visually pleasing pallet of characters and environments, with the storyboards and direction of Kamiyama you get interesting plots and beautifully directed shots that only serve to enhance the experience of the viewer. Add to this, the wonderful soundtrack composed by Kanno, what you get is truly a once in a decade experience that brings it miles above anything else created in that time period.



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Holdini wrote:

Besides my weekly simulcasts, I'm not watching anything too amazing right now. I want to find a show that'll have me addicted and right now it seems I don't have one... so pls CR help me!

My list: http://myanimelist.net/animelist/Holdini


I would recommend watching JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. Trust me, you're going to need it. Why, you ask? A good amount of Anime in this day and age has at least one JoJo reference and it would be cool if you got to see that and know where it came from!

Here's a link:
http://www.crunchyroll.com/jojos-bizarre-adventure

Add it to your queue if you already have Anime lined up to watch! Enjoy!
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LITVoid wrote:
wow. I normally don't like shitting on other people's tastes, but none of this shit is even remotely close to groundbreaking. Maybe it's good, yes I won't argue that, but there's a distinct difference between something that's good and something that's groundbreaking.


Tokyo Magnitude 8.0 is as ground breaking as an anime can possibly be. (and it's very well done, too)
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This series. In this order.

/bakemonogatari
/nisemonogatari
/nekomonogatari-black
/monogatari-second-season (then hanamonogatari on the same page)
/tsukimonogatari
/owarimonogatari (currently airing)
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Groundbreaking you say?

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