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does any one here watch anime?

if so which?

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I do watch a little bit when I have time. I'm usually too busy to sit down and watch something.

but let me know If I'm right here I want to guess at your name and Avatar

yami = roughly translated into darkness I'd have to say Yu-Gi-Oh

now your Avatar looks like a screen cap for KH2.

anyway tell me if I'm right

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I do from time to time. I love Akira and Astro Boy... They're playing it again in the afternoons here.

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Coyboy Bebop. == Best. Damn. Anime. Ever.

Ghost in the Shell isn't bad, and neither is Appleseed. All-Purpose Cultural Catgirl Nuku-Nuku is the funniest I've seen. Akira is fine, and Lain is good, but hard to get into. Oh yeah, and Robotech sucks, but it has heavy nostalgia value.

Anything by Miyazaki is a masterpiece pretty much.
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I agree. You gott abe prepared to pay attention when you're watching Akira.

But Ghost in the Shell *mwah* A masterpiece!

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Anything by Miyazaki is a masterpiece pretty much.


Ooo Another believer. that's some good stuff right there

Akira its good. Ghost in the shell is good. The 8 man has a little oldschoolness to it.

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not into cartoon porn.
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Bah. Watch some Miyazaki. Nothing like cartoon porn. It's actually really, really good. There's quiet a huge difference between real anime, and cartoon porn. Kind of like the difference between a good movie, and a Quinten Tarantino movie.
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ah. goood point. but nah. i'm not into cartoons at all. i like jthm and that's it really. ohh and invader zim. anything involving jhonen vasquez - i'm all over.
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scypher: your right about the avatar *drools over riku*
but your wrong about the name...yami no matsuei...decendents of darkness, as you can see i got my name for the title...yu-gi-oh isn't my style

as for anime i love anything that's yaoi (boy on boy)espeacialy gravitation...

personally i prefer mangas to anime

and i agree miyazaki-san makes really good films

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but your wrong about the name...yami no matsuei...decendents of darkness, as you can see i got my name for the title


that would have been my next guess. I havn't seen all of it, but I've heard it's good. It's on teh endless list of anime I wanna see *looks at list and sighs* it's very long.

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mine too, but that's what friends are for....

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dont hurt me or anything, but i love Inuyasha. I like Cowboy Bebop. And i wanna see more of Lain, i've only seen like 2 eps and i cant find it anywhere to rent or anything cuz i am NOT buying a 50 dollar dvd set

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i like inu-yasha too, and i LOVE cowboy bebop....as for the lain...my friend has the entire series so i can get off of her but i think she bootlegged it off of kazaa i think?

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I rented the whole Lain series through Netflix. They're pretty decent for renting anime.
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inuyasha is good. from what I've seen of Lain, it seems good, and I have Samurai X (the series no the movie, though the movie was good too. bootlegged, but none the less. if I could finda all of it on DVD because the Vid quality would be thousands of times better, I'd buy it, but I havn't found the last DVD yet *sighs*

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Samurai X is hella sad, it's way better than the t.v. series....

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Samurai X is hella sad


that's probaly why I like it. I like sad and angsty shows/books/stories/...ect


hands down... Trigun (aka: Vash the stampede) best ever!!


I loved this one too. Sketch you have very good taste

*footsteps echo down a dark hallway*

total slaughter
total slaughter
no one will be left alive...

and I forget the rest and that's probably not even totaly right either *sighs* oh well

Blueseed is interesting. I havn't decided if I liked it or not. X-Driver was decent.

*runs off to find Trigun DVD* just had the urge to watch it

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I love Blue seed i got my japanese name from it

nicholas, is the best character in my opinion...




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