Discussion Suggesting Anime!

Discussion in 'Anime & Manga' started by Slothtastic, Apr 17, 2017.

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  1. Slothtastic

    Slothtastic Sloth Overlord.

    I need some animoo suggestions! I've run out of episodes for me to watch on most of them.
    Here's some I've finished.
    • Fairy Tail - Most of it.
    • Gengar(?) - All of it (not sure if correct name).
    • Bleach
    • Ouran High School Host Club (My ships didn't come true ;-;).
    • K Project
    And so I need more! More! Mooooorrreeeeeee!
     
  2. Konpaku Youmu

    Konpaku Youmu Terminal 7

    The idea of an entire anime dedicated to a single Pokemon tickles me, in regards to your second bullet point. I'll take a shot in the dark and ask if you maybe meant Gintama? On to suggestions, what do you like, what do you hate? I've watched lots so I dunno where to start dishing them out at you.
     
  3. Slothtastic

    Slothtastic Sloth Overlord.

    No not Gintama. I think it's called Grimgar, yeah that. I like fantasy animes with magic, medieval types of anime and stuff like that. As well as of course, Blue Exorcist.
     
  4. Konpaku Youmu

    Konpaku Youmu Terminal 7

    So I'll top the list with something I finished recently and really enjoyed, and that's Youjo Senki. It's set in about 1924 or so at the beginning, and there's a lot of things going on but at the core it's a war with magic and all that neat stuff. The main character also has a grin that could make small children cry, and das just gr8.

    Next, it's not anime but I'm obligated to try and get people into it anyway - Kamen Rider. Really. You name a genre and I can probably come up with one to suit it, because it's a long running franchise. My favorite so far, though, is Kamen Rider W. That's a good one to start with.

    I personally hated this one but it's apparently popular, so I'll toss Tokyo Ghoul out there for your consideration. I can't really say much about it one way or the other though, it lost me in the first episode.

    Also since I mentioned it before, Gintama. Pretty funny stuff.
     
  5. Greenstalker

    Greenstalker Member
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    Berserk is a must if you enjoy medieval setting. Fate/stay series are also a good watch. There is Garo tv show and Garo anime that might be appealing to you. Alderamin on the sky, Twelve Kingdoms, madan no ou to vanadis are interesting watches. There is Arslan Senki which might or might not fit your appetite but it is a good watch regardless. mahouka koukou no rettousei is something like what if todays science was advanced as magic. There is D-gray man, sousei no omnyouji if you like exorcism types. I can suggest One Piece if you enjoyed Fairy Tail but it still continues and around 700+ episodes.
     
  6. Negative Zone

    Negative Zone Murasame the Immortal

    Re:ZERO was absolutely huge last year when it aired and it's a pretty safe bet if you're into fantasy and don't mind the twist of the main character being a random Japanese dude yanked into said fantasy world.

    I'm also very fond of the 90s anime The Vision of Escaflowne which is another "Japanese person gets sucked into a fantasy world" show except this time it's a teenage girl and the fantasy world also has giant fantasy robots. If you're up for trying something a little older than most of what you've seen so far I highly recommend it.

    Hunter x Hunter's setting isn't medieval-style fantasy because it's set in a world sort of analogous to modern-day Earth technology-wise but I'd definitely classify it as a fantasy show regardless as things get very inventive with the setting, characters, and application of powers.
     
  7. Greenstalker

    Greenstalker Member
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    Magic Knight Rayearth? :P
     
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  8. Negative Zone

    Negative Zone Murasame the Immortal

    I really need to watch that one of these days.
     
  9. Greenstalker

    Greenstalker Member
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    Get ready to be mind blown :P
     
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  10. The Unknown

    The Unknown It's a trap, a good one

    One Piece

    Naruto (dunno if you're gonna like it, I know I didn't)

    One Punch Man

    Dragon Ball (all of them, except super, I heard it was crappy)

    Gintama

    Re:Zero

    Kochikame

    etc.
     
  11. Greenstalker

    Greenstalker Member
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    Super gets better over time just needs to skip the battle of gods and ressurrection of f movies counterparts and they are in the first episodes after that it picks up and tells some nice story.
     
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  12. -_Madame-Nova_-

    -_Madame-Nova_- New Member

    I totally recommend Orange
     
  13. footsteps in the sky

    footsteps in the sky 100% Custom

    Yu Yu Hakusho
    Escaflowne
    Outlaw Star
    Claymore
    Red Data Girl
    Blue Spring Ride
    El Cazador de la Bruja
    Noragami
     
  14. footsteps in the sky

    footsteps in the sky 100% Custom

    Yu Yu Hakusho
    Outlaw Star
    Escaflowne
    Red Data Girl
    Blue Spring Ridd
    Ghost Hunter
    El Cazador de la Bruja
    Noragami
     
  15. PretzelR

    PretzelR Do Not Eat The Pretzel

    I suggest watching:
    • Mob Psycho 100
    • 91 Days
    • Kaze No Stigma
    • Orange
    • Scum's Wish
    I'm sorry if they are the present anime that can be seen today except for Kaze No Stigma but those anime series are the best that today has to offer right now.
     
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  16. daesung

    daesung > master of dank kpop memes <

    • Dimension W
    • Samurai Flamenco
    • Red Data Girl
    • Re: Zero
    • One Punch Man (which is now on Netflix)
    • K (project)
    • Ouran High School Host Club
     
  17. Sunstone

    Sunstone Wagwan piffting wots ur uber discount code

    Cory in the-

    Just watch mob psycho 100, it's one of the greatest anime of all time.
     
  18. Birdsie

    Birdsie The Once-Was King

    Code Geass is a masterpiece and a must-watch.

    JoJo's Bizarre Adventure is also good. You might think it's just a stupid comedy about buff men... which it is, I'm not gonna lie. But it is also so much more than that. The story is deep, and the characters are splendorous.
     

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