Discussion in 'Anime Discussion' started by Hidetaka Miyazaki, Aug 29, 2020.
There are many. But the one that comes to my mind now is Death Note. That is really the cult classic.
The reason is actually simple, there are many iterations and versions of Death Note that the story is mixed up in my memory. Which one's from manga, anime, movie, or dorama. So I wanna really feel the original Death Note again.
Probably Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood.
I used to rewatch everything after each big story arc to let new episodes gather up before plunging into them.
But I'm not actively watching OP anymore. As much as I love the story, the stretched out episodes started to kill my enjoyment a few years back.
I'll stick to manga until the end and perhaps then I'll take a winter to (re)watch the whole series.
Hunter x Hunter
Non non Biyori or Nisekoi.
I can re-experience watching an anime where nothing ever happens.
Code Geass and Zero no Tsukaima. I both love the two series.
Baccano it's one of my favourite animes ever but remembering each of the little twists definitely dampens the impact of the whole show.
Perhaps as many other poeple here don't consider even if you would fully forget. after some years and experience that same anime/manga/novel could have interpreted it otherwise and would not feel the same satisfaction or even distaste afterwards.... our taste changes and what we feel is more nostalgie to those times
Still mine anime probably... higurashi series I should savour this slowly by watching it only per 1-2 episodes at a time...
It has been on of the my most favorite anime for almost a decade now and probably will be forever ngl. It introduced me to one my favorite Japanese bands, Ling Tosite Sigure (even though I didn't even like them at all when I first watched the series lol) and the wonders of psychological crime thrillers.
My hero academia, Black Clover
One Piece and I am curious about when they will end that anime, and when luffy become a pirate king.
Naruto or bleach
Problem Children Are Coming from Another World, Aren't They, was one of the male protagonist I could get behind.
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