I haven't watch ROD in over 10 years I can barely remember it. I know I liked it somewhat but I'm drawing blank on any of the details. Might give it a rewatch soon.
Also this year had Made in Abyss which was decent. It has some beautiful art and music. The story is also darker than what the cutesy aesthetics imply. It's an unfinished story though so be prepared for that.
Well, I wasn't expecting this to go back up.
Didn't get a chance to ask before everything happened, but I'd also appreciate a link.
Can't hurt to ask at this point, I think, though I'd understand it either way under the circumstances.
This place is back, I thought they got rid of Offtopic. Well, I'll be pop in every now and then on the Discord, probably won't be visiting this place much longer. Just wanna make sure I connect with all of you before the final goodbye.
Hey there was an anime movie I watched a couple years ago I was wondering if someone could tell me the name? It started off that a girl got hit by a car and she went into hell(?) where there are demons and monsters yet she is the only human so she has to take class and all that
Started watching Elegant Yokai Apartment Life and so far it seems alright. I've been wanting something with ghosts and spirits in a modern setting that isn't Natsume no Yojincho and this one feels like it may scratch that itch.
Also getting caught up with Gintama. I guess this is one last silly arch before the big final battle to close out the series / manga?
Wound up binge watching Aldnoah.Zero over the weekend and thought it was pretty good. Some nice mech designs in that show. On the whole, I wound up being much more interested in Slaine's story than anything that Inaho was doing.
Now I'm plowing through Linebarrel and I'm glad that I stuck it out past the first few episodes. Kouichi was really annoying in those, albeit it his attitude was kind of understandable. Once he became a member of JUDA the show got a lot better and I'm surprised by the amount of humor in it now (Ishigami is hilarious =p). I also like that the show has an art style that was more prominent during the late 90s, which I've always been fond of.
These are actually skipped stories. Some should have taken place even before the point where the new staff took over. But, yeah, considering the quick pacing they're burning through the material, the only thing left will be the final serious arc after this season ends.