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Posted 4/4/16 , edited 4/5/16
Nijiro Days on www.funimation.com
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My first recommendation is: Charlotte



There's so few things I have to complain about with Charlotte. People constantly keep citing it as a clone of Code Geass, having a boring plot, and having stale characters, but I honestly have no idea where they're coming from. First of all, if you liked Code Geass, what's so bad about a clone? Besides, unlike Lelouch, the main character of Charlotte (Yuu Otosaka) actually is very limited in what his ability can do. Secondly, if you were paying enough attention to notice vague plot holes and character problems, then you're clearly engaged, and that's a good thing.
Side note: Only two anime have ever made me cry, and this is one of them!
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My other recommendation is: Arpeggio of Blue Steel



Arpeggio of Blue Steel (or Ars Nova, as I will continue to call it) is a short story with very well-done artwork, solid voice acting, a fantastic original plot, and expert character development. Writers take notes, as the way characters develop in Ars Nova is shockingly hidden. I won't spoil anything, but once you meet Iona's sisters near to the end, you'll see just how much she's changed over the course of the series - a story concept I have failed to master in these many years of mindless creative writing. Another thing that makes Ars Nova so great is the choices that the characters make. This next part is a spoiler, so...
More importantly, why are you still here reading this? You should be busy adding Charlotte and Ars Nova to your CR queues then binging on them!
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I recommend - Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?



I really enjoyed the story and artwork! Hope you guys give it a chance.
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I have a list of a+ anime to recommend, TORADORA being first and foremost, but others include My Love Story, Re:ZERO (which this group uses a character from the show as an icon), Lovely Complex (which sadly doesn't have a crunchyroll release but here's hoping), and Recovery of a MMO junkie. First, is what believe to be the finest example of Romcom made, TORADORA. It is a strong advocate of how love can be found in unlikely places and is worth so much to have. It takes place in a high school setting and has both a subbed version and dubbed version (dubbed version felt weird for the first ten minutes but then felt completely on par with the subbed version) here on crunchyroll. Next is My Love Story, which much like TORADORA takes place in a high school setting, however unlike TORADORA, it actually has the main characters not waste time and they get together in the first couple episodes, then it proceeds to explore them as a couple and is a quite refreshing take on Romcom due to it establishing the couple early on and focusing on how they are as a couple. There is a dubbed version, however it is not on crunchyroll. Next is Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World. This is another Romcom but with additional fantasy and horror elements added. It has interesting twists and ideas that make it very compelling to watch. This anime, as of September 9 2017 will be getting something additional to its story, though at this time i can't confirm if it is a movie, one off episode or an entire new season. Next is Lovely Complex, which is if you combined TORADORA with My Love Story (even though it actually came out before both of them). It establishes the main characters very similarly to TORADORA as they don't really like each other at first, but it grows into more and they establish themselves as a couple and have additional episodes that follow them in that relationship (not as fast as My Love Story but not as slow as TORADORA). Sadly, it is not on crunchyroll but i still recommend it. Lastly, we have Recovery of a MMO junkie. As of writing this, the show is still airing and already is a refreshing feeling of Romcom considering it is one of the few Romcoms that involve adults and doesn't have a high school aged kid as the main character. It has great humor and is worth keeping up with since it seems to know exactly where it is going.

That is my list of at least watch once Romcom Anime.
Please if you have any additional recommendations of quality Romcoms, please tell me because I'd love to see more
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I recommand Ghost Hunt!
It's an old one (+10 years I'd say), I don't know where you can see it now.



That's the story of Mai, young girl at school, telling ghost stories with some friends. Then she meets the 17 year old director of Shibuya Psychic Research, a company specialised in paranormal activity. The story is divided in 6 or 7 arc of a few episodes (3-4 for most of them), and shows, one case after another, how Naru and the band (they are soon joined by a priest, a miko, a monk and a medium) solved the cases they work on.
If the three first episodes (first case) doesn't convince you (I was kinda disapointed at the end), please wait for the next one. If you love ghost stories, horror stories and paranormal, you'll definitely love this anime.
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