Slice of life ruined anime, it was fine when it was about mundane comedy, but now people just use it to simulate life experiences and get the chemical rush without the benefits of actually having friends/gf/job etc.
What manga are you reading?
I got really bored this morning and read some 雨と君と which is a short thing about a racoon who thinks he's a dog
Just finished watching the Chobits anime, god that was great. Amazing soundtrack, fun characters and a philosophical discussion about the differences between robots and humans. The mood is probably the best thing about it, with tracks like this calm walk through the city, and this absolute joy of a song. It's so happy and carefree until the halfway mark when it gets serious. The ending song changing to this more serious track at that point is so good, it sends chills up your spine. Do you guys know any other anime that have this early 2000's tone, or involve the issue of humans and robots coexisting, or any of that stuff?
What do you think about the current anime season? Is there anything what you like or dislike? I think it's not that bad so far, I watch a lot of shows and some of them really fun. I love tha Kaguya but besides that I also watch Nami yo Kiitekure, Yesterday wo Utatte, Hamefura etc. and although neither of them will be classic, these are pretty enjoyable in my opinion.
ITT What's an anime you really like that it feels like no one has heard of / cares about? Please recomend it here!
For example, for me there's a show called bottle fairy, it's a kid's show about tiny fairies doing slice of life stuff, from 2003, I think it's actually very ahead of its time as a four cute girls show. It only has 8,000 ish users on mal, which i think is pretty criminal. If you're into sol, I would certainly recomend it. How about you?
What actually happened in the first arc of Higurashi? Was K really the insane one? How do you explain Rena's behavior?
Nice board anon. Sakura petals are kinda annoying though
Can someone recommend me some anime series that's similar to Mirai Nikki?
Has your interest of anime held up over the years? Do you find yourself more interested, less interested, or about roughly the same?
Myself personally, I've found myself struggling to get more into current seasonal anime each passing year. I keep reverting back to '80s, '90s, and early '00s. I've even been more frequently rewatching anime as well.
Can you help me get back into anime?
What is the first anime of 2020 you have started or plan to start?