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Old 2009-01-26, 21:58   Link #1
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most hours of anime in a single sitting...

i was wondering how much time people spend watching anime and whats the most they hours they have ever spend in a single sitting .... the most i have ever done was probably 13 hours (of course bathroom breaks)
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Old 2009-01-26, 22:06   Link #2
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I'd say about 4 hours. I watched half of Zipang in one morning.
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Old 2009-01-26, 22:08   Link #3
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About...8 hours or so. Marathoned most of Higurashi Kai.
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Old 2009-01-26, 22:13   Link #4
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Under 12 hours, possibly over 10 hours..

I haven't done so lately though.
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Old 2009-01-26, 22:23   Link #5
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I marathoned through all 26 episodes of Nadesico plus the movie once. Actual runtime was about 10 hours or so, but it took 12 hours since i had lunch and dinner breaks in between.
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Old 2009-01-26, 22:24   Link #6
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The most time in one setting; most likely the time to watch a 26 episodes serie.
I didn't make that for at least one year.
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Old 2009-01-26, 22:27   Link #7
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Before people start boasting on breaking the 12 hour mark, I want you all to breath deeply, sit down and remember that it is nothing to actually boast about. More like an inversely proportional indication of how much you make good use of your time. AKA don't boast it. Instead, quietly let it pass ^_^

That said, 6 hours myself. *insert image of people falling over here*
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Old 2009-01-26, 22:30   Link #8
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It was either Fate/stay night or Excel Saga. Near six hours or more for those two.
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Old 2009-01-26, 23:04   Link #9
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2 hours, about 4 episodes.
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Old 2009-01-26, 23:33   Link #10
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About 8 hours of watching some series over again, it was summer vacation and had nothing better to do
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Old 2009-01-26, 23:38   Link #11
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Although we took some quick meal breaks, I marathoned School Rumble season 1 (not including OVAs) with friends about two years back and did the same with the Irresponsible Captain Tylor TV series last weekend. Both are 26 episodes.

Doing such marathons with friends can be a good way to burn through a series - no temptation to get sidetracked by other things.
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Old 2009-01-26, 23:47   Link #12
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I think I watched 30+ episodes of Full Moon o Sagashite one day... so at least 12 hours.
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Old 2009-01-27, 00:09   Link #13
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I watched all 3 seasons of slayers in 3 days...


On VHS that I rented.

Oh, those were the days. The days of getting over depression, anyway.
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Old 2009-01-27, 00:11   Link #14
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10 hours is probably my maximum at the moment, but the days in which i actually watch anime are completely scattered over the calendar.
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Old 2009-01-27, 01:34   Link #15
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I've watched entire series of 50 episodes a couple of times.

My longest span was probably one bout of One Piece, which I normally watch entire arcs straight, maybe 60 episodes or something.

Not sure how many hours that is, but probably close to 24 hours.
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Old 2009-01-27, 02:37   Link #16
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all of shakugan no shana season I, 26 episodes >:
I then slept, woke up and watched half of the second season
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Old 2009-01-27, 02:56   Link #17
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If you kiddies have never done a weekend marathon of Kimagure Orange Road, you should. Best way to watch the show ^^

I've done it twice, planning for a third.

(Waiting for obligatory "then get off your ass and sub the rest of it, Live-eviL" response.)

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Old 2009-01-27, 03:02   Link #18
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I watched Nodame Cantabile 5-23 in one sitting, with food and bathroom breaks, so that's 6-7 hours. Haven't came close to watching anything else for as long as that, didn't even intend to watch Nodame that long, it was just that good. Did it during Jan 08 during Summer Work Break.
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Old 2009-01-27, 04:45   Link #19
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During the Summer, a friend of mine bought the entire series of FMA + movie. We watched up to the episode with wrath, then watched the Death Note, Code Geass, and Bleach episodes that recorded on Adult Swim. We started watching it about 5:00PM and skipped dinner in favor of chips. Afterward, we finished FMA and he wanted to watch Evangelion. At that point, I laughed heartily, got up and played Halo 3 for about 10 minutes before falling asleep on the couch, with the headset on and all. I must have been the easiest target ever XD


51 episode, movie, Death Note, Code Geass, bleach x2...
So like, 18(ish) hours.

The next day he had his Birthday party and we watched a bit of evangelion, but everybody seemed more interested in Halo 3, so we played that instead
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Old 2009-01-27, 04:49   Link #20
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I watched 28 episodes of Legend of the Galactic Heroes in one day. Got up to get food and go to the bathroom, but didn't do much else that day.
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