I'll have to rewatch it since it's been a long time, but I remember liking it for a harem series, and it was a recommendation since I really love CLANNAD and was looking for more anime like it. I think it was an interesting choice to make the harem protagonist blind even if it was just for the sake of drama, so it sucks it was considered curable. The visual novel is probably loads better, though, since one-cour adaptations of visual novels rarely turn out well.Out of curiosity, is there anyone who actually likes H2O : Footprints in the Sand? It’s the most aggressively dry anime I’ve ever watched. I was thinking back on all the shit I’ve watched and read over the years, and I’ve never seen anyone talk about this show in a casual discussion.
Eh, I'd say if you didn't like it by that point you probably wouldn't care for the rest. It stays pretty much that level till the end, think might even go a bit further extreme but my timeline of events is foggy.I couldn't stand Happy Sugar Life when I watched it during the season it was airing. It just felt like edge for being edgy's sake and when I found out about that one guy who was also a sex weirdo, I became disinterested and stopped watching. Does the anime get any better?
There's a lot of those, but also the dreaded scan group is dead/super slow/involved in drama and nobody ends up releasing the series outside them. At least with the deluge of korean webtoons they get pretty rapid releases with several dedicated groups and nothing really stays dropped for long.Will keep in mind. Most of the manga I read nowadays is either on hiatus or cancelled.
Aww HnK is also on hiatus? I was actually looking forward to reading/watching it. My favorite hiatus is probably Made in Abyss and a new chapter comes out about every 2-3 months. He has underlying health issues, so it's kind of justified, it's just annoying to remember what happened in the last couple of chapters every single time one comes out.My current favorite Hiatus is HnK since it has no end date and it hit just as the last chapter ended in a big cliffhanger/desire to know more. Left all the readers sitting in agony waiting for it to come back, very fitting for an author that loves to cause suffering.
I looked it up and damn....he was cute. It seems he was like the Chris Evans or Pedro Pascal of anime. Lotta roles (Baaacaaaaanoooooo)Yeah, it was, and Chiaki Kon also directed it. The comedy was still hilarious that I honestly didn't notice, so it worked out well for the series. (RIP, Keiji Fujiwara, your beautiful voice is missed.)
Holy fucking shit it's about goddamn time.Surprise! "The Devil is a Part Timer" is getting a second season after EIGHT YEARS.
I wont give a list, just a single series recommendation:can we get some kind of list of animes we like?
Well shit, now I gotta do some digging.Wikipedia says Riku Sanjo resumed Beet the Vandel Buster in 2016 and that he also writes an ongoing Kamen Rider manga in addition to being a writer on the Kamen Rider and (current) Mashin Sentai Kiramager TV series and some movies.