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13 Sep 2011, 4:47 am

Tonight (or should I say, this morning) I saw 5 episodes each of Nabari no Ou and Steins;Gate. Nabari no Ou was okay, and I really like Steins;Gate.



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15 Sep 2011, 12:47 am

BTAS: On Leather Wings

I’m rewatching all the DCAU episodes from BTAS to Justice League Unlimited.

What a great start to a legendary body of work!

Batman investigates a string of pharmaceutical company robberies. Meanwhile the police blame the Man-Bat’s crimes on Batman and Harvey Bulloch leads a tasks force to bring the Batman to justice!

I still jump when Batman's bloody face smacks that police blimp windshield! :D


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15 Sep 2011, 3:08 am

I'm alsost done with Soul Eater



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15 Sep 2011, 5:11 am

IdahoRose wrote:
Tonight (or should I say, this morning) I saw 5 episodes each of Nabari no Ou and Steins;Gate. Nabari no Ou was okay, and I really like Steins;Gate.

Stopped watching Nabari no Ou (at least for now), but I've watched Steins;Gate up through episode 16. I'll probably see this one in its entirety, because the plot is awesome and I love the characters (especially Rintaro and Mayuri).



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16 Sep 2011, 1:42 pm

You lot should take a look at my little pony friendship is magic. Believe the hype because its a very good cartoon



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16 Sep 2011, 11:50 pm

I just got finished watching all the FLCL commentaries. I found them worthwhile. Also, after streaming the English Dub, then getting the disc for the Sub version, I have to say they did great work on the Dub.


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17 Sep 2011, 2:52 am

Watched the first 4 episodes of Haruhi Suzumiya (in chronological order). My only regret is that I put off watching it for so many years. I really like it.



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17 Sep 2011, 5:36 pm

IdahoRose wrote:
IdahoRose wrote:
Tonight (or should I say, this morning) I saw 5 episodes each of Nabari no Ou and Steins;Gate. Nabari no Ou was okay, and I really like Steins;Gate.

Stopped watching Nabari no Ou (at least for now), but I've watched Steins;Gate up through episode 16. I'll probably see this one in its entirety, because the plot is awesome and I love the characters (especially Rintaro and Mayuri).

Finished Steins;Gate today. I was pleased with the ending. :)

In about 20 minutes I'm going to get to see the finale of Tiger & Bunny too. My mom thinks everything will end on a good note. I hope she's right. But I have a box of tissues on my desk just in case... (They were left over from Steins;Gate. Turns out I didn't need them after all!)



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17 Sep 2011, 7:25 pm

Watched the finale of Tiger & Bunny. It kicked so much butt! Another happy ending for a wonderful series! :D

But there are still unanswered questions, like who was behind the Ouroboros organization. I'm hoping and praying for a 2nd season.



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17 Sep 2011, 8:34 pm

Ai Yori Aoshi, all. Just added the sequel to my queue.


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18 Sep 2011, 3:33 am

IdahoRose wrote:
Watched the first 4 episodes of Haruhi Suzumiya (in chronological order). My only regret is that I put off watching it for so many years. I really like it.

It is dificult to be in the anime comunity and not hear about the Haruhi Suzumiya series. I really for the most prefer to watch it in the original order, other wise you end up with the climax in the middle and watching some guy fetch a heater in the first season, which was intentioally done. Either way you have to watch the SOS brigade's movie, first it is really insane as you really can not really follow it, though you will look back at it with a sense of irony. Even the second season actually works itself in between episodes of the first season, such as how they actually made the film, which is actually pretty frightening at some points. Then there is the movie which is meant to be watched with two of the story arcs from the second season in mind.

As for me lately, I saw episode 11 of Usagi Drop, which was the last episode of the season, or even possibly the series, which is rather sad as I think it was an amazing series that never required any action, over complex plots, ecchi, or or supernatural themes at all. Just a man looking after his recently orphaned young relative. The animation took me a bit off guard at the begining, but I think it works well with the series where it can be cute, funny and heartwarming without trying to be.

Also saw episode 11 of Mayo Chiki, in many ways it is just the same type of ecchi harem comedies, with things like makeing the main have a fear of women (his nose bleeds as a safety mechanism from being used as a punching bag by his younger sister), and the main female lead is a dangerous anime butler that has to pretend to be a guy. But the reason I have felt drawn to the series is that there is character who would normal be put into the ojou-sama role, but she is a really big sadistic troll just messing around, that half causes problems, and half actually helping the characters, and for some reason I really find something awesome about her face.


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19 Sep 2011, 8:38 pm

Excel Saga, Ep 9. I haven't seen many things that absurd. I think I love it.

Naruto, Ep 30. I've just started fast-forwarding through a lot of the flashbacks.


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22 Sep 2011, 9:30 am

Beelzebub Episode 6



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23 Sep 2011, 9:37 pm

Dead Leaves, cubist ultraviolence... nice.


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23 Sep 2011, 11:10 pm

Haruhi Suzumiya (chronological/TV order): 5/13, 6/14 and 7/4.

Baka and Test: 3

And countless episodes of the Beetlejuice animated series.



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26 Sep 2011, 4:50 pm

Jellyfish Princess and Star Ocean EX.