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    Your current favorite anime

    Since the posts are a little bit outdated, I thought I would ask you guys, that currently which anime do you consider as your favorite, why do you like it more than other animes.

    Let me start it by saying that my favorite right now is Attack on Titan. I like the setting, the world which is filled with mysteries, the corrupt and rotten politics, and the fights which are high-quality. Humanity fights against huge humanoid monsters called Titans, and they are in such a disadvantage that more soldiers die in every clash than Titan. Humans are forced to live in overpopulated cities defended by huge walls, and can't freely travel the surface of the planet, because they will be eaten by Titans if they dare to try it. The characters are also likeable, especially Levi, he is a badass. The only bad thing in Attack on Titan is that neither the anime nor the manga are finished, and I don't think they will be in the near future. If you watch it, you will just want to know what will happen next. Fortunately, a second season is coming soon.

    Now, it is your turn guys, which anime has blown your mind lately?

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    Is This a Zombie? is my current favorite anime (other than Outlaw Star of course). It's funny on the ridiculousness of the main character is both a zombie and a magical girl much to his dismay to the latter. It's basically a harem comedy that I like and is funny.
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    I have so many anime shows I like that it's hard to choose a favorite. If I really had to go with one, I would have to say...Full Metal Panic. Nothing gets me into a good mood like watching a guy blow up half a building in order to "protect" someone and get beat up as punishment

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    Eureka Seven, hands down. The first half is very slow, and almost made me drop it, but one it hit the halfway point I couldn't stop watching it. I'm not big into romance series, but this one hooked me, and I have to say that off all the kinds of romance I've seen, Eureka Seven definitely develops the romance the most realistically, and keeps it that way throughout the series. It's not love at first sight. They don't immediately want to marry. They don't have a perfect relationship. But through it all the relationship survives, and it makes the series stronger because of it.

    Although I can't leave without mentioning the Fullmetal Alchemist is EXTREMELY close to Eureka Seven. And I'm talking about the 2003 one, not Brotherhood. In my opinion, Brotherhood is the inferior story. I feel like it crams too many characters and big events into the series, that it almost feels like a fanfiction. This doesn't mean I hate Brotherhood; I love the series. But it's not as good as the original FMA. The original FMA kept the story pretty much contained to the main cast of characters, which I think was for the best, since it connected me to those characters more than if they had a larger cast. The stakes were smaller, but more personal. The ending, yes, was a bit of a cop out, but I enjoyed it a lot. The only thing, to me, that FMA did worse than Brotherhood, would be the animation.
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    I'm really enjoying Girls und Panzer and I think it has become my favourite, taking Azumanga Daioh's place.

    That being said, Azumanga will always hold a special place in my heart because it was the first anime that I watched and got into.

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    After Outlaw Star, I would say Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood. It's very dramatic, has good characters, good music, and a very good plot without much filler. Definitely worth the watch if you haven't seen it already. It rivals Outlaw Star in intensity and pacing.

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    Even after this forum's closure, no anime series has pushed Monster aside from second place (obviously with OLS being first), and Monster is entirely different from Outlaw Star, so you could say I like a wide variety of genres. Monster is about a neurosurgeon called Kenzo Tenma who saves the life of a boy who becomes a homicidal criminal genius.



    I think I saw Bakuman and Welcome to the NHK after I closed the forum. Bakuman is about two boys who decide to work together to fulfil their dreams of becoming mangakas (manga authors), and it's quite inspiring to somebody who also works in a creative field. Welcome to the NHK is a comedy/drama about a hikikomori (super recluse) which I find pretty hilarious at times, and I feel that I can relate to (not a good thing) Sato, the main character, sometimes. Bakuman/Welcome to the NHK probably sit at third and fourth place in my list, respectively. (I've spoilered the below two videos because space, etc.)


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    My favorite is Skip Beat. It is not new but it is still the one that resonates most with me. I think it is hilarious and I love it when Kyoko gets really mad. I also find the side notes in the books to be just as entertaining as the story itself. To me, liking the writer's personality is part of the fun as well.

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    I'd say its a tie right now between HuntexHunter and Clannad and After Story.
    Hunter x Hunter is a fantastic shonene anime, that surpasses pretty much every other one out there. Good story, interesting characters, and amazing character development. I won't lie when I say I nearly cried a few times.
    As for Clannad/After Story...Damn, that's an amazing anime. The story is beautiful, the characters are great, and the way everything comes together at the end is pure perfection.

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    Outlaw Star. Do I have to spoon-feed to you?!?

    Okay, beside the obvious correct answer, there have been quite a few series I've really liked over the years. Currently I'm on the Psycho-Pass craze; I'm almost finished with season 1 and I really like the parallels between it and Minority Report and the whole motif of "Don't even think about it; if you do, you're guilty.". Visually, I haven't been so entranced by the video quality of an anime since Ghost in the Shell, and while there are some stereotypical pitfalls with some of the personalities of the characters, almost every one of them is likable. All in all, it's a good show that has put me back in touch with modern anime.
    A boy has the right to dream. There are endless possibilities stretched out before him. What awaits him down the path he will then have to choose; the boy doesn't always know. At some point the boy then becomes an adult, and learns what he was able to become. Joy and sadness will forever accompany this. He is confronted with a choice; when this happens, does he bid his past farewell in his heart? Once a boy becomes an adult, he can no longer go back to being a boy; the boy is now a man. Only one thing can be said: "A boy has the right to dream.". For those endless possibilities are stretched out before him.

    We must remember...all men were once boys.

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