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shimaDate: Wednesday, 2013-01-02, 5:39 AM | Message # 1
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I just finished watching K, cause of the uproar about the anime and there's been many cosplayers on the series. I dont like the ending of the season, but i decided not to say anything, in case there's still some people who havent watched it.

I've also been tuning into Psycho Pass. I think it's a good one. It's about the future world, where the laws are based on the human's emotional condition. If you lie, there's a warning, and if your have more and more warnings, you'll be labeled as a terrorist and thus, shall be punished. Actually, it's better to read the summary from mangaupdates (http://www.mangaupdates.com/series.html?id=85841), it's more accurate.
With the story and all, i'd recommend this to anyone who's up for some action. :)

anyone has other anime recommendations? please share. T-Ups
 
BewsBudDate: Wednesday, 2016-01-20, 2:38 PM | Message # 2
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An older anime that I've recommended in the past is Usagi Drop.
It's the anime I suggested to a small group of friends who gave me the "You watch anime?!" look.

If you haven't watched it, it involves a 30 year old bachelor, Daikichi, who goes home for his grandfather's funeral.
The family discovers the grandfather had a 6 year old daughter, Rin, out of wedlock.
When the family refuses to acknowledge her, Daikichi takes Rin home to raise her.

After watching Usagi Drop, they no longer give me that "You watch anime?!" look.
Now, if only I could find a way to ease them into yaoi. Ds
 
mkhalil1Date: Tuesday, 2016-02-16, 1:12 AM | Message # 3
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I really really liked one outs. I enjoyed it. Plus Free! is fun to watch and so much eye candy. Samurai Champloo was a super great anime, beautiful music and a very well doen story. Im currently watcching Haikyuu! and Prince fo stride. I'm looking for a few good animes myself.
 
firesong17Date: Tuesday, 2016-02-16, 2:11 AM | Message # 4
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for older anime Tenchi Muyo is a very good one, i also recommend Shingu: Secret of the Stellar Wars, Hunter X Hunter, and Dragon drive to name a few.
 
kat_cDate: Monday, 2016-02-29, 3:03 AM | Message # 5
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Join the hype train and watch Osomatsu-san!! It's really funny and crazy, but can surprise you with touching moments!
 
misstonightDate: Sunday, 2016-03-06, 0:21 AM | Message # 6
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Haikyuu, Diamond no Ace, The Himitsu? Some that I think are nice!
 
petapepyDate: Sunday, 2016-04-10, 3:54 AM | Message # 7
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Anime I definitely recommend include Hikaru no Go. It is an old anime but it is an amazing series. Who knew a game of Go could be so exciting! I love the characters and quest to be the best. The theme songs are also amazing. Natsume is another beautiful series. Although it is not fast pace as other anime there is a beauty to the storyline where it just drags you in. You can not help but fall in love with the characters.
 
freakzaliveDate: Monday, 2016-04-11, 4:49 AM | Message # 8
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I definitely recommend:
-"Charlotte", which is set in an alternate future that has kids with powers enrolled in a school that is meant to keep them (and people around them) safe. It has elements of comedy, tragedy, and intense drama that really draws you in. It also has a really beautiful soundtrack.
-"Jellyfish Princess", which is like a more upbeat and comical "Paradise Kiss". It has wonderful artwork and lovable characters. It's shoujo, so of course there is a major element of romance, but it's not shown in a typical overly dramatic manner. 
-"Parasyte -the Maxim-", which isn't like the other two I mentioned. It's a really gritty psychological-horror. WARNING: Lots of blood and death, but the story and character growth really make up for it (if violence isn't your cup of tea). It, also, has a fast and heavy opening theme that is super-addicting to listen to.
-"Death Parade", which is set in a bar in purgatory, where patrons play a game that decides whether they will be reincarnated or sent to oblivion. That may seem really simple, but the main focus is on the growth of the "bartender", Decim. The artwork is really beautiful and, of course, the soundtrack is wonderful.
-Lastly, "Tokyo Ghoul". This anime is completely different from any that I've ever encountered. It centers on a college student who undergoes a surgical procedure that turns him into a creature/person called a "Ghoul", which survives on the consumptions of humans. The main character starts off very anxious and uncertain, but he eventually comes to terms with his transformation in his own way and uses his new power to protect what he cares for. WARNING: For blood and gore. On top of the anime (and manga) being great in itself, the soundtrack is really amazing!
 
DietrichDate: Wednesday, 2016-04-13, 12:18 PM | Message # 9
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I highly reccomend the anime of Akatsuki no Yona.
It is well animated, the OST is gorgeous and will remember you of the athmospheres of Ancient Korea, and the characters are in line whit their characterization as it is show in the manga.
The manga is one of the most beautiful and well written shojo I've ever read (better even than Sailor Moon, I might add), and the anime can keep up with it. The down side is that (for now, I hope), it is only one season :(
 
yaoimaeaDate: Tuesday, 2016-07-05, 9:49 PM | Message # 10
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it depends on what genre do you prefer:

reverse harem
diabolik lovers
kamisama no asobi
brothers conflict
akatsuki no yona
uta nor prince-sama (season 1-3)
ouran highschool host club
harukanaru toki no naka de
bonjour koiaji patisserie
yume-iro patissiere
neo angelique (prefer season 2)
hakouki
Hiiro no Kakera
dance with devils
norn 9

others
Prince of tennis
whistle
slam dunk
major
haikyuu
initial d
eyeshield
hungry heart
Ao no Kanata no Four Rhythm

then yaoi anime:
sensitive pornograph (uncensored)
Boku no Pico
Kirepapa
Koisuru Boukun
Pico to Chico
Okane ga Nai
Pico x CoCo x Chico
Ikoku Irokoi Romantan
Seitokaichou ni Chuukoku
Ai no Kusabi
Hyakujitsu no Bara
Haru wo Daite Ita
sex pistols
Level-C
Betrayal Knows My Name  (shounen ai)
kyou kara maou (shounen ai)
gakuen heaven
bronze
zetsuai
earthian
Descendants of Darkness
kizuna
Legend of the Blue Wolves
Mirage of Blaze
saint beast (shounen ai)
sukisyo (shounen ai)
Tight-rope
vassalord
Viewfinder (AniMix made)
Yebisu Celebrities
love stage
super lovers >>> for now I'm addicted to this yaoi anime ^_^!~
hybrid child
dramatical murders
Papa to Kiss in the Dark
 
kikeekDate: Wednesday, 2016-07-06, 11:15 PM | Message # 11
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from spring 2016 season, i recommend Shounen Maid and Tanaka-kun wa Itsumu Kedaruge.  they were cute slice of life.  for action/sci-fi genre, Koutetsu no Kabaneri was pretty interesting with great production value.  ^^/

summer 2016 is big fujo-fest season! \0/
 
yasumikogyaruDate: Saturday, 2016-07-09, 7:03 AM | Message # 12
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I would recommend Otogi Zoshi.
It's an older series (about 10 years and a bit) and is only 26 episodes long.
I have not watched or finished many anime but this is one of the few, that I continued to the end.

The story line involves traditional esoteric cosmology, Onmyouji, Samurai, gender bender, reincarnation, and love.
It takes place in ancient and modern day Japan.
Plot wise, just a little, little bit like Inuyasha but no comedy.


Message edited by yasumikogyaru - Saturday, 2016-07-09, 11:40 AM
 
1twistedgirlDate: Thursday, 2016-07-14, 3:35 AM | Message # 13
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I second the Otogi Zoshi rec.  I absolutely loved that series, it's a beautiful story!  I basically ended up binge-watching it! ^_^  Many other great recs here too, including a few I haven't seen that I'll have to check out!
 
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