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I've been binge watching a lot of animes since Im in the hospital and I really wanna see some animes others really enjoy. As well I need to show some Family friendly anime to my girlfriends parents so they accept it. I really wanna see what you guys are into :3 .... I'll post 5 im currently obsessed over:
Durarara
Gate
Kokoro Connect (Im late)
Konosuba
Noragami (Almost done with S2)
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Angel Beats
Gintama
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A Lull in the Sea
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School Days....

So they can suffer like I did.
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One Punch Man
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Rokka
Rin-ne
RWBY
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Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?
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dotsforlife wrote:

School Days....

So they can suffer like I did.


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Daily Lives of High School Boys AKA Nichibros
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I would say....Guilty Crown >_>


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Steins;Gate!
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dotsforlife wrote:

School Days....

So they can suffer like I did.


So evil..
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Inazuma Eleven. It's a soccer anime based on a series of video games of the same name and one of my absolute favourites! And honestly very underrated in the sports genre. To be honest, I'm only just around to finishing it after a long time but still is on my top list no matter what.

For anyone who doesn't know Inazuma Eleven here's the synopsis from what I remember: The story is about a junior high school boy called Endou Mamoru who's the captain of Raimon Junior High's soccer club and he is obsessed with soccer. Literally. Unfortunately the club only has 7 members and none of them are interested in training whatsoever, because of this they are looked down on by the school and at the risk of disbanding. However they are suddenly challenged to an exhibition match by Teikoku Academy, a prestigious school that has been dominating the soccer world for 40 years straight. Endou has been given a choice: either that he can find the remaining players to make up his team for the match and win or loose his club for good. If they do win, they get the chance of playing in the soccer tournament known as the Football Frontier. On top of that there is a mystery behind a newly transferred student and former striker known as Gouenji Shuuya who just moved into town recently.

Why would I recommend this?

- It has a large cast of unique characters.
- Lots of soccer action.
- Has a whopping 127 episodes in total plus a 10 year time skip sequel called Inazuma Eleven GO.
- The games are created by the company that is Level-5, the same company behind Professor Layton and Ni no Kuni. The anime is created by OLM (Oriental Light & Magic), the same guys that did Pokemon, Berserk, Utawarerumono, Deltora Quest, Danball Senki/LBX and Yo-kai Watch. The Inazuma Eleven games can be found on the DS and 3DS.
- You don't have to like soccer in order to watch it. Personally I'm not a soccer person myself.
- They keep the same artist for every opening! I'm not kidding. They did and it somehow managed to work and they are seriously catchy. Don't believe me? Listen to this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rHfrHeobwY
- Best part? It's for all ages! There are some moments that happen later on, but not too explicit I can assure you.

Downside for this?

- You can't find it on Crunchyroll, from what I've looked.
- The dub is a little disappointing. Not too terrible but disappointing if you watched the Japanese version. But if you really want to watch it then go for it. Fair warning though they used english names for the characters instead like what they did back in the 90s anime e.g. Endou Mamoru is named Mark Evans and Gouenji Shuuya is named Axel Blaze. There are also several mistranslations here and there along with some mistakes but not too many. Although we don't know exactly which company did the dub version.

Overall:

Personally I think it's an very enjoyable series to watch and highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good sports anime!
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MakiZanaX13 wrote:

Inazuma Eleven. It's a soccer anime based on a series of video games of the same name and one of my absolute favourites! And honestly very underrated in the sports genre. To be honest, I'm only just around to finishing it after a long time but still is on my top list no matter what.

For anyone who doesn't know Inazuma Eleven here's the synopsis from what I remember: The story is about a junior high school boy called Endou Mamoru who's the captain of Raimon Junior High's soccer club and he is obsessed with soccer. Literally. Unfortunately the club only has 7 members and none of them are interested in training whatsoever, because of this they are looked down on by the school and at the risk of disbanding. However they are suddenly challenged to an exhibition match by Teikoku Academy, a prestigious school that has been dominating the soccer world for 40 years straight. Endou has been given a choice: either that he can find the remaining players to make up his team for the match and win or loose his club for good. If they do win, they get the chance of playing in the soccer tournament known as the Football Frontier. On top of that there is a mystery behind a newly transferred student and former striker known as Gouenji Shuuya who just moved into town recently.

Why would I recommend this?

- It has a large cast of unique characters.
- Lots of soccer action.
- Has a whopping 127 episodes in total plus a 10 year time skip sequel called Inazuma Eleven GO.
- The games are created by the company that is Level-5, the same company behind Professor Layton and Ni no Kuni. The anime is created by OLM (Oriental Light & Magic), the same guys that did Pokemon, Berserk, Utawarerumono, Deltora Quest, Danball Senki/LBX and Yo-kai Watch. The Inazuma Eleven games can be found on the DS and 3DS.
- You don't have to like soccer in order to watch it. Personally I'm not a soccer person myself.
- They keep the same artist for every opening! I'm not kidding. They did and it somehow managed to work and they are seriously catchy. Don't believe me? Listen to this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rHfrHeobwY
- Best part? It's for all ages! There are some moments that happen later on, but not too explicit I can assure you.

Downside for this?

- You can't find it on Crunchyroll, from what I've looked. I think Hulu has some of the dubbed episodes.
- The dub is a little disappointing. Not too terrible but disappointing if you watched the Japanese version. But if you really want to watch it then go for it. Fair warning though they used english names for the characters instead like what they did back in the 90s anime e.g. Endou Mamoru is named Mark Evans and Gouenji Shuuya is named Axel Blaze. There are also several mistranslations here and there along with some mistakes but not too many. Although we don't know exactly which company did the dub version.

Overall:

Personally I think it's an very enjoyable series to watch and highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good sports anime!


The most honest person of the year award goes to...
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Posted 2/1/16 , edited 2/1/16

underlock wrote:

The most honest person of the year award goes to...


Uh, thank you I guess? Sorry, I can't tell whether you're being sarcastic or not.
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