One Punch Man, Kill la Kill
Uh, thank you I guess? Sorry, I can't tell whether you're being sarcastic or not.
I'm saying I enjoyed your post, not its contents.
Ah, I see. Then again thank you very much. I think I nearly hurt my hand after typing that much and even I don't get that whenever I write fanfiction.
I'm online all the time. Although sometimes I may not be.
Kannazuki no Miko
It's never good enough...
Polar Bears Cafe
My bride is a Mermaid
Gugure! - Kokkuri-san
Destroy. Fvck it. Everything. Everyone.
If I watch it, I pretty much recommend it for anyone. Some of my faves...
Monster Rancher (Hulu)
Psychic Detective Yakumo (Hulu)
Cinderella Monogatari (uploaded by the copyright holder, Mondo World, on YouTube)
Haterade is all I drink
One Punch Mod
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:
Kokoro Connect (Im late)
Noragami (Almost done with S2)
Hi, this doesn't Belong in General Discussion, so I've gone ahead and moved it to Advice, Info, Recommendations.
-- Usagi Drop (Bunny Drop): No fan service, great slice of life. Will make anyone smile. About a little girl adopted by a 30-something male relative.
-- Barakamon: Again, no fan service, good slice of life, good comedy. This one is a little more steeped in Japanese culture, but still has enough universal sentiment to be accessible. About a young, brilliant, but temperamental artist forced into exile in a very rural community (and forced to mature as a result).
-- My Love Story: Very funny; the only fan-service (if you want to call it that) is aimed at the guy, and done for laughs. About a gorilla of a man (ok, high school kid), his first love (a cute girl who loves to cook), and his pretty-boy best friend that cheers them along.
-- Spice and Wolf: Smart, thoughtful, great dialogue, great character and relationship building. A little nudity at the beginning, but not really sexual. Occasional violence, but not excessive. About the travels of a young peddler and an ancient wolf spirit whose time has past (who mostly goes around in the form of a young woman) in a European-style fantasy setting.
cowboy bebop - its cowboy bebop, its classic.
trigun badlands rumble - its fun and the dub is good. a weird kind of western. stands on its own.
Highschool of the dead - as long as its an older person, not offended by nudity.
the third: the girl with the blue eye - good dub, a nomadic kind of story. family friendly, except for the shot of her ass in the shower.
a little snow fairy sugar - has a 90's kids style feel to it. im man enough to say i love this show.
blood-c - its a mystery show, and its bloody.
elfin lied - if they like dark stories.
id recomend gosick, but its subbed. so thats a no go.
wasting away on the sidonia
Death note......... because i know your name
We must let go of the lives we have planed to take hold of the ones waiting 4 us
It depends on the persons tastes and genres...
Slice of Life/Romance
Non Non Biyori
Someday's Dreamers (1 and 2)
Encouragement of Climb
Say I love You
Sakura Trick (Yuri)
The Kawai Complex Guide to Manors and Hostel Behavior
Umineko When They Cry
Ground Control to Psycho-electric Girl
Actually I am
If Her Flag Breaks
Chaos; Head/Steins; Gate/Robotics; Notes
Valvrave the Liberator
Brynhildr in the Darkness
Girls' Monthly Nozaki-kun
Chronicles of the Going Home Club
Girls Being Girls
Girls Und Panzer
Arpeggio of Blue Steel
Psychic Detective Yakumo
Fantastic Detective Labyrinth
The Perfect Insider
Box of Goblins
Detective School Q
Seven Deadly Sins
Aria the Scarlet Ammo
Favorite anime list at http://www.anime-planet.com/users/Reddawnrocker/anime/...
Thanks guys! I've watched some of the ones you guys recommended 10/10 ... :3
Some family-friendly titles:
Kemono no Souja Erin
Itoshi no Muco
Little Witch Academia
Kino no Tabi
Tonari no Seki-kun
any film by Studio Ghibli