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Response to Anime Club Oct. 7th, 2012 @ 09:44 PM Reply

At 10/5/12 07:01 AM, MattTheParanoidKat wrote:
At 9/30/12 01:51 PM, AnonymousOfCali wrote:
At 9/30/12 12:55 PM, RandomRoarness wrote: Just Finished Hellsing. I found it enjoyable though I felt they could have added so much more.
I guess I'll be moving to Hellsing Ultimate then.
In comparison to the original Hellsing TV Series? Yeah, you could make that analogy. But it's like saying consensual slutty whores sucking your dick by the miles is better than a prostitute that gives you the clap and runs off with your money.

Seriously, Orginal Hellsing was bad.

Well if the first hellsing didn't exist hellsing ultimate wouldn't be here, plus even though it left plot holes the original was still good imo

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Response to Anime Club Oct. 7th, 2012 @ 09:46 PM Reply

At 10/3/12 03:41 PM, kakalxlax wrote: a doubt about Angel Beats
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Hi, yesterday i saw angel Beats episode 13 and it left me with a doubt:

According to Kanade, she is in that world because she didnt have the chance to thank Otonashi for giving her his heart. Now, if Kanade was given Otonashis heart, the logic this would be that Kanade died after him. But when Otonashi arrives to that crazy world, Kanade was already there for a while (a long time having in mind that they built that giant guild to build weapons to fight Kanade)

Well.......we don't really know how much time passes between the two worlds. One year in the living realm could be ten in their world.

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Response to Anime Club Oct. 8th, 2012 @ 11:52 AM Reply

The end of Angel Beats was a mess.

Sure, it was powerful, but the timeline seemed too messed up to work.

Another 13 eps would've helped the series flesh out the characters and story without too much fluff added.


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Response to Anime Club Oct. 8th, 2012 @ 05:47 PM Reply

I watched the first two episodes of Corpse Princess. It looks like it could be good, despite that typical annoying anime humor.

Also, hi there, Kouga.

At 10/7/12 09:44 PM, zmatt007 wrote: Well if the first hellsing didn't exist hellsing ultimate wouldn't be here,

That isn't certain. They're just both based on the same manga. The TV series didn't have to be made in order for Ultimate to be conceived.

plus even though it left plot holes the original was still good imo

Meh, it was alright until they got to that goofball with the purple marks on him.


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Response to Anime Club Oct. 8th, 2012 @ 08:02 PM Reply

At 9/26/12 04:07 AM, Kisuke wrote: oh shit i know who you are talking about, Haro-Freak. when Wonko and Tink were still active too not to mention a hand full of others whose names i still remember. people get older and their interests shift. i still enjoy anime but i'm not heavily into it as i once was. these days it's baseball, good times with friends & their beer(haha) and trying to find a better job plus bettering my life as well. plus a lot of these newer seasons don't really have many, if any, shows that grab my interest.

Boo.

It's not that I lost interest in anime, but that I lost interest in this club, as others have stated, if you hang around in this thread for too long it gets stagnant. Well actually, I have kinda lost interest in anime because nothing recent seems interesting to me. Most of the newer stuff I hear about seems aimed at younger girls.


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Response to Anime Club Oct. 8th, 2012 @ 08:13 PM Reply

Well, all sorts of old names are popping up. Hey, Wonko.


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Response to Anime Club Oct. 9th, 2012 @ 09:57 PM Reply

I'd post here more often if people were interested in talking about new anime this Fall.

Anybody planning to watch Psycho-Pass or K?


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Response to Anime Club Oct. 10th, 2012 @ 01:42 PM Reply

At 10/8/12 08:02 PM, Wonko-the-Sane wrote: It's not that I lost interest in anime, but that I lost interest in this club, as others have stated, if you hang around in this thread for too long it gets stagnant. Well actually, I have kinda lost interest in anime because nothing recent seems interesting to me. Most of the newer stuff I hear about seems aimed at younger girls.

I know what you mean, Wonko. I've been lurking here for months, if not years, because I haven't seen anything worth talking about.

I am thankful that Toonami is back on the air; it's the only source I have for anime on TV. I've been using Netflix with mixed results; not everything is streaming, and sometimes discs go unavailable.

Has anyone here seen Casshern Sins? Apparently, it's the gritty reboot of a series that aired in the '70s and inspired Megaman X. The only back-story I could find on Netflix is the live-action film, which left me with more questions than answers. The only thing that has f***ed my mind harder recently is Deadman Wonderland, but that series was only 12 episodes long.


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Response to Anime Club Oct. 10th, 2012 @ 03:18 PM Reply

I joined the anime society at my uni and we started Another and Angel Beats the other day. Another didn't seem that great but I already know and love Angel Beats so I guess it's okay.

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Response to Anime Club Oct. 10th, 2012 @ 07:05 PM Reply

At 10/10/12 01:42 PM, MrTrivia wrote: I am thankful that Toonami is back on the air; it's the only source I have for anime on TV. I've been using Netflix with mixed results; not everything is streaming, and sometimes discs go unavailable.

Hulu has a decent selection, and it's free.

Has anyone here seen Casshern Sins? Apparently, it's the gritty reboot of a series that aired in the '70s and inspired Megaman X.

I've seen two or three episodes. The action seems cool, at least.

The only back-story I could find on Netflix is the live-action film, which left me with more questions than answers.

Yeah, I didn't care for that movie.

The only thing that has f***ed my mind harder recently is Deadman Wonderland, but that series was only 12 episodes long.

I can't stand the main character.


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Response to Anime Club Oct. 10th, 2012 @ 10:45 PM Reply

At 10/10/12 01:42 PM, MrTrivia wrote:
At 10/8/12 08:02 PM, Wonko-the-Sane wrote:
I know what you mean, Wonko. I've been lurking here for months, if not years, because I haven't seen anything worth talking about.

Same here, to be honest, there hasn't been anything the last couple of years that made me stop and say "I got to watch this now." Not to say that there wasn't any good ones to mention, but I just wouldn't recommend them to anyone unless they were a diehard fan of moe. Probably why I went back to watching more old-school anime recently.

I am thankful that Toonami is back on the air; it's the only source I have for anime on TV.

Kind of a shame really. Don't get me wrong, I like Toonami as much as the next anime fan and all, but the only source for anime on TV is kind of sad once you think about it. I would've thought that we would have a dedicated anime channel on TV by now, considering that there are numerous movies, sports and even cooking channels on cable/satellite TV, couldn't there be room for a 24 hour anime channel?

Has anyone here seen Casshern Sins? Apparently, it's the gritty reboot of a series that aired in the '70s and inspired Megaman X.

Haven't seen the original version, so I wouldn't know too much about it. As for the reboot, well I really didn't care for it that much.


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Response to Anime Club Oct. 11th, 2012 @ 02:24 PM Reply

At 10/10/12 10:45 PM, orangebomb wrote:
At 10/10/12 01:42 PM, MrTrivia wrote:
At 10/8/12 08:02 PM, Wonko-the-Sane wrote:
I know what you mean, Wonko. I've been lurking here for months, if not years, because I haven't seen anything worth talking about.
Same here, to be honest, there hasn't been anything the last couple of years that made me stop and say "I got to watch this now." Not to say that there wasn't any good ones to mention, but I just wouldn't recommend them to anyone unless they were a diehard fan of moe. Probably why I went back to watching more old-school anime recently.

I'm watching Space Bros at the moment, although I'm pretty far behind the current airing ep, it's been going for half a year now and is pretty sweet. About a guy training to become an astronaut. Is cool.

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Response to Anime Club Oct. 11th, 2012 @ 03:54 PM Reply

At 10/10/12 03:18 PM, JaY11 wrote: I joined the anime society at my uni and we started Another and Angel Beats the other day. Another didn't seem that great but I already know and love Angel Beats so I guess it's okay.

I see your club likes mediocre anime.

Two of the most unintentionally hilarious shows I've seen in years.


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Response to Anime Club Oct. 11th, 2012 @ 07:35 PM Reply

At 10/11/12 03:54 PM, LLStarks wrote:
I see your club likes mediocre anime.

Two of the most unintentionally hilarious shows I've seen in years.

pretty much what I was expecting

but you didn't like Angel Beats?

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Response to Anime Club Oct. 11th, 2012 @ 08:01 PM Reply

I love anime even though I haven't watched much. (Pokemon, Digimon, Yu-gi-OH, Dragonball Z) but I'm still very interested in it. I think it's an awesome style of cartooning.


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Response to Anime Club Oct. 12th, 2012 @ 01:15 AM Reply

I really need to start being more active here.

Just started watching the dubbed version of Panty and Stocking and I feel they did justice. Definetly one of the best dubs I've heard maybe since like Shin Chan or Golden Boy.

Aside from that that's about it. Frankly, I'm getting sick of the crap on Netflix. I need to get into the japanese versions of those animes like Ouran and Hetalia (Okay maybe not that) but uh yup

How's shit otherwise?


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Response to Anime Club Oct. 12th, 2012 @ 03:11 AM Reply

At 10/12/12 01:15 AM, Wegra wrote: Definetly one of the best dubs I've heard maybe since like Shin Chan or Golden Boy.

high five.

Shin Chan had a freakin' awesome dub. comedic rewrites. yeah.


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Response to Anime Club Oct. 13th, 2012 @ 11:52 AM Reply

Just watched the first episode of the new Jojo's bizarre adventure series. My only complaint is that the pacing felt kind of off, but maybe it will even out once the show goes on. Also it was interesting how the ending song was by Yes, didn't expect an anime to have music from and old progressive rock band.

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At 10/13/12 11:52 AM, DeIirium wrote: Also it was interesting how the ending song was by Yes

really? awesome.


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Response to Anime Club Oct. 13th, 2012 @ 03:36 PM Reply

I've been struggling to get back into Legends of the Galatic Heroes. I'm about 50 episodes in and I was really enjoying it I just ended up falling off the wagon and can't seem to get back on. Now I am just watching episodes of Yugioh all the time instead.

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Response to Anime Club Oct. 16th, 2012 @ 10:19 AM Reply

Anyone know any good streaming sites? My laptop needs a new charger so I've got to use my tablet for now.

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Response to Anime Club Oct. 16th, 2012 @ 10:18 PM Reply

At 10/16/12 10:19 AM, towelie101 wrote: Anyone know any good streaming sites? My laptop needs a new charger so I've got to use my tablet for now.

animefuel is good. Also, Hulu has a lot of anime you can watch for free. It's actually a pretty good selection, and the quality is top notch, which isn't something I can honestly say about any streaming site I've been to.


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Response to Anime Club Oct. 17th, 2012 @ 12:27 AM Reply

At 10/16/12 10:18 PM, Sense-Offender wrote: animefuel is good. Also, Hulu has a lot of anime you can watch for free. It's actually a pretty good selection, and the quality is top notch, which isn't something I can honestly say about any streaming site I've been to.

Animefuel looks good and has a large collection. I'm aware of Hulu, but I don't like how it's trying to force me to purchase a plus account; seriously, it tells me to upgrade every page I go to.

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Response to Anime Club Oct. 17th, 2012 @ 12:00 PM Reply

I go to animeultima for streams.

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Response to Anime Club Oct. 17th, 2012 @ 03:19 PM Reply

At 10/13/12 11:52 AM, DeIirium wrote: Just watched the first episode of the new Jojo's bizarre adventure series. My only complaint is that the pacing felt kind of off, but maybe it will even out once the show goes on. Also it was interesting how the ending song was by Yes, didn't expect an anime to have music from and old progressive rock band.

I liked the episode, but I really don't have the patience for a series as long as Jojo.


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Response to Anime Club Oct. 18th, 2012 @ 07:54 PM Reply

So I'm considering starting to watch anime, and I'd love if you guys could recommend me some to get started. The age of the anime doesn't matter, by the way. So....please?

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Response to Anime Club Oct. 18th, 2012 @ 08:09 PM Reply

At 10/18/12 07:54 PM, portalwarpedJP wrote: So I'm considering starting to watch anime, and I'd love if you guys could recommend me some to get started. The age of the anime doesn't matter, by the way. So....please?

What do you want to want? Genre? Fantasy, comedy, romance, action, thriller, etc?

Regardless of what you say I'm still going to tell you to watch cowboy bebop though.

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At 10/18/12 08:09 PM, BananaBreadMuffin wrote:
What do you want to want? Genre? Fantasy, comedy, romance, action, thriller, etc?

Regardless of what you say I'm still going to tell you to watch cowboy bebop though.

What Banana just said ^^ highly recommend.


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At 10/19/12 01:13 AM, RandomRoarness wrote:
What Banana just said ^^ highly recommend.

Also there is Ergo Proxy, Serial Experiment Lain, Steins; Gate, Golden Boy, FLCL, and many more.

Btw, to everyone else. Who can possibly tell me the name of an certain anime that within the first episode This guy's arm and I think as well leg are ripped from him and it are replaced about an episode later on with artifical limbs which the series so happens to be named from


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At 10/19/12 01:30 AM, RandomRoarness wrote: Btw, to everyone else. Who can possibly tell me the name of an certain anime that within the first episode This guy's arm and I think as well leg are ripped from him and it are replaced about an episode later on with artifical limbs which the series so happens to be named from

Either Project Arms or Gaogaigar.