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Favorite Anime?

Discussion in 'Main Lobby' started by ChoosingTulip, Jul 11, 2018.

  1. zndt441

    zndt441 Cretin of the World Wide Web

    easily my hero academia
    i'm not a big anime person but my hero academia eased me into it and i've grown to appreciate the art and the work that goes into crafting such enchanting stories
  2. Arcane

    Arcane New Member

    I can't really say I'm much of an anime fan. Most series keep me interested until about halfway through and then they lose me. Sometimes I can still manage to finish watching them but most of the time I just give up on it. Two series that let me down but that I still managed to finish was Death Note and Psycho Pass. Most anime seems to catch my interest with an interesting premise but then ends up losing it in the execution.

    That's not to say that there aren't any that I enjoyed from beginning to end. Somebody here already mentioned Cowboy Bebop and I have to agree and for all the same reasons as other fans, I'm sure. I loved the music and the Western influences and the setting never got old. I also loved Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood and have watched the entire series at least three times even if I do think it has a needlessly convoluted ending that relies too heavily on typical shonen tropes.

    I've seen enough of My Hero Academia to appreciate what they've done with the whole superhero genre. I love their powers and how some of them are balanced with creative weaknesses (the guy who emits electricity but makes himself stupid when he uses too much). I really like the premise but the overall execution is a little juvenile but even if I'm not a dedicated fan, I still have fun watching it so I guess that's all that counts.
  3. amwexia

    amwexia Member

    Oh for me it’s Cowboy Bebop, even though I haven’t gotten around to finishing it. But I also enjoy Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure & Mob Psycho 100.
  4. Bartholomew

    Bartholomew Searchers after horror haunt strange, far places.

    That's a tough one. Between Black Clover, Trigun, Cautious Hero (fantastic and hilarious anime) I'd have to go with Trigun. The storytelling and Cash make it a superb anime

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