|2007-03-25, 20:24||Link #1|
Join Date: Jun 2006
I've ran out of anime to watch
Ok, so I've been watching some anime over the past two years, and for the past 4 or 5 months I have found nothing to watch. Either is too immature or echii for me. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated
Stuff I enjoy:
Ghost in the Shell and all its variations
FMP and Sequel
Bleach (everything past ep. 60 sucks)
Naruto (also dead after all of the filters)
Neon Genesis Evangelion
Serial Experiments Lain
Last edited by jotns; 2007-03-25 at 20:31. Reason: early post
|2007-03-25, 22:09||Link #3|
Join Date: Dec 2005
Bleach picked up again the main story at episode 109. If you liked the Soul Society arc, you should like the current episodes.
Naruto picked up again, but only the first episode of the new serie was actually worth watching.
YuYu Hakusho (old show, but the best shounen anime for me, and you named many of those. No nostalgia involved here as I watched it for the first time last year).
Trigun Cowboy Bebop meets Sergio Leone. As the show goes, it gets darker and awesome. I am not too fond of the first episodes, but it's one of my favorite shows.
Haibane Renmei Well, you didn't want something ecchi or immature. An amazingly beautiful and deep show, but it may be a little quiet for you. It's adapted from a doujinshi made by the creator of SE Lain.
|2007-03-26, 11:08||Link #8|
Join Date: Mar 2004
Location: Emerald Forest ( yes its a real place. )
Kino No tabi
Both of those are strong "thinkers" anime. TEXNOLYZE is like a cross between GITS and serial experiements lain and it uses a very differant approach to storytelling by only showing you the big picture and having you fill in all the minor details.
Kino no tabi is an excellent "slice of life" for the philosopher. It has some similarities to Haibane Renmei, which is also something you should see.
And everything I just mentioned is licensed, so break out your credit card.
|2007-03-31, 00:21||Link #12|
Join Date: Apr 2006
Location: Maihama Server
Since you're a fan of mecha, I highly reccommend Code Geass, Zegapain, and The Third, in that order. Also try Busou Renkin it's not mecha, but still kick a** and occasionally funny. assuming you can handle Papillon.