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esperterra
Mar 24, 2010

still my no.1






I would like to recommend an oldie but a goodie, and bear with me here:

Ouran High School Host Club is loving comedy gold, though sometimes I wonder if it's still quite as funny if you aren't as familiar with shoujo or harem anime since it's mainly a parody of those.

Anyway it loving owns and is hilarious and gets bonus points for having an excellent dub if for some reason you wanna go that way. The English cast is A++ and in some ways better than the Japanese cast, but I'd say they're equally good overall.

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esperterra
Mar 24, 2010

still my no.1






Lie in April is quite good, can confirm.

esperterra
Mar 24, 2010

still my no.1






I'm not a Gundam person, but my roomie is and iirc she really loved Iron Blooded Orphans so I second that

esperterra
Mar 24, 2010

still my no.1






Has anyone ever watched JUST FMA: Brotherhood without watching the original first, or at least the original up to where Brotherhood picks up? Because the pacing of the first handful of episodes just blasts through a bunch of the story due to the original anime adapting it properly until they ran out of content and had to make their own ending.

I love both series but I feel like Brotherhood would feel really weird pacing wise if you hadn't seen the original.

esperterra
Mar 24, 2010

still my no.1






ninjewtsu posted:

i did and i thought it was fine. not sure i'd have ever noticed if it wasn't for that being the one thing every discussion of brotherhood always starts with

Good to know! I watched the original well before Brotherhood was a thing, so I've always been curious what it's like watching Brotherhood only. It always felt like the show just assumes you've watched the original or read the manga, so I've always been recommending it with the caveat of 'but the beginning is hella rushed'.

esperterra
Mar 24, 2010

still my no.1






I think after episode 14 or 15 is when it slows down to start adapting the stuff that hadn't been covered by the first show.

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esperterra
Mar 24, 2010

still my no.1






Dragon Ball Super owns so watch that tbqh

But also:


ninjewtsu posted:

what kind of shows do you like to watch outside of anime?

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