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Posted 4/5/16 , edited 4/5/16

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There are quite a few that I rewatch constantly but I never get bored of them. The best example would be Gurren Lagann, I will never get tired of watching the final battle in space, both in the original show and the movie.

Fullmetal Alchemist is my definition of a perfect anime, both the 2003 version and Brotherhood. Every time I watch the show I cry like a baby, then I laugh like a crazy person and then cry again. The fights are incredible and the animation is some of the best a shonen can offer.

Hunter X Hunter is a masterpiece, anybody who says otherwise clearly hasn´t seen it. Due to the 148 episodes count it´s not easy to rewatch the whole show, but it´s always fun to watch the best episodes over and over again, especially 116 and 131.

And finally, the most rewatchable shows for me because of their simplistic premise of non stop action are JoJo´s Bizarre Adventure and One Punch Man. Jotaro vs Dio and Saitama vs Boros are some of the best animated fights of all time.



Yeah I can totally relate to you with the fact that simplistic animes are enjoyable and "affordable" time wise to re-watch. Great text my the way ill look into Gurren Lagann for sure :)


You need to watch Gurren Lagann for sure. I won´t spoil what happens in the final battle, but all of us that have seen the show can guarantee you that it is the most epic fight in the history of animation.
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usually I never do that before I watched Owari no Seraph >.<


have you read the manga series?
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JosephJoestar01 wrote:


The_Saitama wrote:


JosephJoestar01 wrote:

There are quite a few that I rewatch constantly but I never get bored of them. The best example would be Gurren Lagann, I will never get tired of watching the final battle in space, both in the original show and the movie.

Fullmetal Alchemist is my definition of a perfect anime, both the 2003 version and Brotherhood. Every time I watch the show I cry like a baby, then I laugh like a crazy person and then cry again. The fights are incredible and the animation is some of the best a shonen can offer.

Hunter X Hunter is a masterpiece, anybody who says otherwise clearly hasn´t seen it. Due to the 148 episodes count it´s not easy to rewatch the whole show, but it´s always fun to watch the best episodes over and over again, especially 116 and 131.

And finally, the most rewatchable shows for me because of their simplistic premise of non stop action are JoJo´s Bizarre Adventure and One Punch Man. Jotaro vs Dio and Saitama vs Boros are some of the best animated fights of all time.



Yeah I can totally relate to you with the fact that simplistic animes are enjoyable and "affordable" time wise to re-watch. Great text my the way ill look into Gurren Lagann for sure :)


You need to watch Gurren Lagann for sure. I won´t spoil what happens in the final battle, but all of us that have seen the show can guarantee you that it is the most epic fight in the history of animation.


<3 no kidding ill open up a tab right now and begin episode 1╰(*´︶`*)╯looks awesome just by the look of it!
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weiwei91 wrote:

usually I never do that before I watched Owari no Seraph >.<


have you read the manga series?


erm nope. I guess the manga series will be very long so maybe someday I'll read that not now lol
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The_Saitama wrote:


JosephJoestar01 wrote:

There are quite a few that I rewatch constantly but I never get bored of them. The best example would be Gurren Lagann, I will never get tired of watching the final battle in space, both in the original show and the movie.

Fullmetal Alchemist is my definition of a perfect anime, both the 2003 version and Brotherhood. Every time I watch the show I cry like a baby, then I laugh like a crazy person and then cry again. The fights are incredible and the animation is some of the best a shonen can offer.

Hunter X Hunter is a masterpiece, anybody who says otherwise clearly hasn´t seen it. Due to the 148 episodes count it´s not easy to rewatch the whole show, but it´s always fun to watch the best episodes over and over again, especially 116 and 131.

And finally, the most rewatchable shows for me because of their simplistic premise of non stop action are JoJo´s Bizarre Adventure and One Punch Man. Jotaro vs Dio and Saitama vs Boros are some of the best animated fights of all time.



Yeah I can totally relate to you with the fact that simplistic animes are enjoyable and "affordable" time wise to re-watch. Great text my the way ill look into Gurren Lagann for sure :)


You need to watch Gurren Lagann for sure. I won´t spoil what happens in the final battle, but all of us that have seen the show can guarantee you that it is the most epic fight in the history of animation.


I just started Fulmetal Alchemist. In your opinion, do I need to stop and go to Gurren Lagann instead?
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I only rewatch shows when I convince someone else to watch it, and see it with them.

That said, I've rewatched Death Note, Kill la Kill, and One Punch Man, then certain arcs of Bleach, Naruto, and DBZ.
The only anime I've ever rewatched on my own is Madoka Magicka -- if the two recap movies count.

I would rewatch Ippo and JoJo's, if someone wanted to see them.
I'd also consider rewatching Love Live, as it's pretty short and sweet, but I don't see that happening lol
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JosephJoestar01 wrote:


The_Saitama wrote:


JosephJoestar01 wrote:

There are quite a few that I rewatch constantly but I never get bored of them. The best example would be Gurren Lagann, I will never get tired of watching the final battle in space, both in the original show and the movie.

Fullmetal Alchemist is my definition of a perfect anime, both the 2003 version and Brotherhood. Every time I watch the show I cry like a baby, then I laugh like a crazy person and then cry again. The fights are incredible and the animation is some of the best a shonen can offer.

Hunter X Hunter is a masterpiece, anybody who says otherwise clearly hasn´t seen it. Due to the 148 episodes count it´s not easy to rewatch the whole show, but it´s always fun to watch the best episodes over and over again, especially 116 and 131.

And finally, the most rewatchable shows for me because of their simplistic premise of non stop action are JoJo´s Bizarre Adventure and One Punch Man. Jotaro vs Dio and Saitama vs Boros are some of the best animated fights of all time.



Yeah I can totally relate to you with the fact that simplistic animes are enjoyable and "affordable" time wise to re-watch. Great text my the way ill look into Gurren Lagann for sure :)


You need to watch Gurren Lagann for sure. I won´t spoil what happens in the final battle, but all of us that have seen the show can guarantee you that it is the most epic fight in the history of animation.


I just started Fulmetal Alchemist. In your opinion, do I need to stop and go to Gurren Lagann instead?


It depends on what you want to see right now, FMA is the best option if you´re looking for an excellent story with great drama/comedy and characters. Gurren Lagann´s main attraction is the action rather than the story, which is really not that special, but it still has very memorable characters. Gurren Lagann is vastly superior to FMA in action, but in my opinion FMA is better than Gurren Lagann in everything else. I´ll have to give the final choice to you, consider what you really want to watch right now and go for it.
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Hunter x Hunter, both new and old 5-6 times now
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Same with the Hunter X Hunter. Between the original and 2011 version, I must have re-watched the series at least 10 times. Admittedly, most aren't full rewatches but rather arc rewatches. Sometimes I'm in the mood to watch Chimera Ant. Sometimes its Yorknew, Hunter Exam or Greed Island, etc. Even after seeing it so much, I always have a blast.

Other series that I rewatch a lot are the Monogatari Series, Rurouni Kenshin, Shokugeki no Souma and Prison School.
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School Days, TTGL, FMA:B
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JosephJoestar01 wrote:


foraslan wrote:


JosephJoestar01 wrote:


The_Saitama wrote:


JosephJoestar01 wrote:

There are quite a few that I rewatch constantly but I never get bored of them. The best example would be Gurren Lagann, I will never get tired of watching the final battle in space, both in the original show and the movie.

Fullmetal Alchemist is my definition of a perfect anime, both the 2003 version and Brotherhood. Every time I watch the show I cry like a baby, then I laugh like a crazy person and then cry again. The fights are incredible and the animation is some of the best a shonen can offer.

Hunter X Hunter is a masterpiece, anybody who says otherwise clearly hasn´t seen it. Due to the 148 episodes count it´s not easy to rewatch the whole show, but it´s always fun to watch the best episodes over and over again, especially 116 and 131.

And finally, the most rewatchable shows for me because of their simplistic premise of non stop action are JoJo´s Bizarre Adventure and One Punch Man. Jotaro vs Dio and Saitama vs Boros are some of the best animated fights of all time.



Yeah I can totally relate to you with the fact that simplistic animes are enjoyable and "affordable" time wise to re-watch. Great text my the way ill look into Gurren Lagann for sure :)


You need to watch Gurren Lagann for sure. I won´t spoil what happens in the final battle, but all of us that have seen the show can guarantee you that it is the most epic fight in the history of animation.


I just started Fulmetal Alchemist. In your opinion, do I need to stop and go to Gurren Lagann instead?


It depends on what you want to see right now, FMA is the best option if you´re looking for an excellent story with great drama/comedy and characters. Gurren Lagann´s main attraction is the action rather than the story, which is really not that special, but it still has very memorable characters. Gurren Lagann is vastly superior to FMA in action, but in my opinion FMA is better than Gurren Lagann in everything else. I´ll have to give the final choice to you, consider what you really want to watch right now and go for it.


I reckon I'll finish FMA first then. Thanks!

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Paradise Kiss, Mononoke, Mushishi, and various episodes of Ashita no Joe (great anime but waaay too many episodes).
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Baccano and Kokoro Connect
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A lot of the shows I've seen multiple times are not ones I necessarily would call great, although a few are, rather they just strike my fancy for some odd reason. A few of them are: Gate, Full Metal Alchemist Brotherhood, A Certain Magical Index (and Scientific Railgun), Scrapped Princess, Nurarihyon no Mago (Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan), and Hataraku Mao-sama (The Devil is a Part-Timer).

Hataraku Mao-sama also has multiple layers to its comedy, another reason I get drawn to shows. Like the scene where Emilia knocks on Mao's apartment door, Ashiya locks it, and her subsequent reaction; it's funny as it is. But if you picture the scene in a fantasy context, the mighty Hero trying to force her way into the Devil's castle, the great Demon General barring the way, and how the Hero should react, make it hilarious.

Sorry for rambling on, but my point is sometimes shows have something extra you might not notice at first. In the example I gave, it wasn't until the halfway through my second viewing that I picked up on that. So there might already be a show you've seen that might be worth your time rewatching.
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I would have to say Steins;Gate. It's the only anime I can watch over and over.
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