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To start with, I know I need to change my picture, I'll get around to it one day
So... I guess I introduce myself here! I'm Ben. 18 years old, male, living in the UK. I was once really big and into stuff like anime, but I fell out of it for a few years due to various reasons, but now I've decided to come back and give it another go. Needless to say, my parents haven't seen me in about a month.
To be honest, I wanna get to know as many people as possible and have fun here. So... Hi! Fronds pls?
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Welcome
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Hewo!! Id love to Be your friend and get to know you ^_^
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Welcome! There are lots of friendly people here so I'm sure you'll make friends in no time
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You should watch this anime. Here a review made by this guy.http://www.anime-planet.com/users/fhqwgads
fhqwgads's avatar By fhqwgads on Apr 18, 2015


Shaft has a very long and illustrious history of pushing the envelope with its cartoons, and Ninja Slayer From Soft The animation is no exception. Right off the bat the eyes of the viewer are captivated by the stunning use of color and the fluidity of the animation, particularily during fight scenes.

The story is enhanced greatly by Kyoto animation's attention to detail and bringing the backstory to life. Samurai Flamenco's flashabck scenes are vivd and rich in depth. Despite only dedicating 15 minutes to this in the first episode you really feel the emotional connection between the the entire cast of characters. Because of this it is truly heartwrenching to witness the loss of Goku's family at the hands of the pirates. The story thus far gets a 9/10, falling just short because of a slight inconsistancy regarding the actions of the family's dog.

Animation and art are amazing, if Vincent van Gogh made korean cartoons they would look like this 10/10

With a soundtrack composed by Hideki Kamiya its hard to go wrong, and this ost certainly matches well with the visuals and story. 9/10

I partly looked at the characters when discussing the story but there are very important elements I failed to mention. Namely how immedietely understandable and relatable the character of Samurai Flamingo is. His motive is clear and he is a very easy protagonist to root for. This is a character largely driven by unrequited love, loss, revenge, and libido. The motives for the side characters are also quite clear, despite not being given a great deal of back story Scatter and Myrmidon still feel like fleshed out characters. 10/10
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Hello. Nice to meet you.

Cute baby by the way.
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Ok, quick clear up - it's not even my baby. It's my baby bro, Elliott
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Hey there Ben, welcome! I'd be glad to be friends, add me if you would like to.
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BenTheHopeless wrote:

Ok, quick clear up - it's not even my baby. It's my baby bro, Elliott


HAHA Still cute baby
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Welcome and nice to meet you!
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