Cornbread78 888 [/QUOTE] My quest for the 1st spot grows ever so harder ... [quote="Pellaidh, post: 227642632"]Hi AnimeGAF, I'm hoping to get some suggestions on what to watch next. I kinda feel like I've already seen every big/well known show that I'd be interested in, and even plenty of obscure things that still regularly show up on various top 10 underrated anime lists. I'd also prefer suggestions from earlier than 2015, since that's when I started following shows seasonally, and I feel I'm pretty well caught up. Basically, I'm looking for shows that either slipped under the radar for one reason or another, or shows with flaws that keep them from being universally recommended but still have enough redeeming values to be worth watching. Mostly, I'm looking for two different kinds of shows. First, a good, decently fast paced (so no 100+ episode shounens) action show with a focus on fast and interesting visuals. Some examples of shows like that that I feel are very rarely mentioned: Yozakura Quarter (the 2013 one) Xam'd Noein .[/QUOTE] Birdy the Mighty Decode 1st and 2nd season. Afro Samurai To some extent Katanagatari which fits also your desire for unique visuals. I'm not vouching for their scripts but as far as action goes they're good. [quote="Pellaidh, post: 227642632"] Really though, I'm open to any suggestions that have a strong and distinct visual or animation style. It seems most anime reviews focus much more on the story/character side of things than on the visuals/overall execution, which can make finding interesting shows to watch rather difficult for me, as I much prefer the latter. For reference of what I've already seen, here's my MyAnimeList, although it might not be 100% up to date: [URL="https://myanimelist.net/animelist/Pellaidh"]https://myanimelist.net/animelist/Pellaidh[/URL][/QUOTE] [B]Trapeze, Tsuritama[/B] from Mononoke director, the first in particular has unique visuals. [B]Shigurui, Texhnolyze[/B] from Hiroshi Hamasaki, who has a very distinct aesthetic to most of his shows. Shigurui covers only half of the manga Mouryo no Hako, set in 50s in Japan, very atmospheric crime mystery show with some occult.