- Never watched it/dont know what it is
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Behold the prince of all saiyans
Well.. according to myanimelist I've spent over 100 days watching anime and reading manga.
I have liked a few animes for the art but as far as story telling goes, anime has got to be at the very bottom of the art ladder. Character motivations are often muddled with stunted background expositions. Often the emotional expression is random or vastly out of sync with normal human reaction. Story continuity is jumpy and most if not all characters feel disposable. Plots tend to have gaping holes and logic never seems to apply when advancing the story arc. It's usually just manufactured tension between characters that roots most of the action rather than logical cause, response, solutions. Thus most animes feel to me like a jumbled mess of puzzle pieces that seem to only find resolution in the overall philosophical Asian archetype of FATE. Fate is a key aspect of how stories are paced. Most protagonists offer the concept of being a hero, but the general lesson is that we must all surrender to fate. And that is why all anime exudes a sense of defeatism in a random universe where the beauty is found in the suffering of said fate rather than making your own fate. Anime is the never ending struggle inside a labyrinth of contained insanity that explodes in small childish outbursts.
I absolutely love anime, but I haven't had much time to sit down and watch it as of late.
Black clover attack on Titan and DBZ Kai are my main favorites but I also watched that show beyblade or whatever it’s called
Not really a fan but I did enjoy some of the adaptations of the Monogatari series
I'll just rewatch Youjo Senki for the 5th time now.. waiting for season 2...
Anything by Unlimited Budget Works
Dragon Ball fan
Yes, I'm learning how to draw anime girls.
You should watch Boko no piku
Shokugeki is life
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