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Well, I am kinda running out on new anime/manga to watch...
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So I wanted to know about a few from you guys. I dont have a set preference, but I have been a bit hooked on ecchi as of lately, so there`s that. I dunno, though, any lighthearted/moe anime with a bit of action could work right now tbh, since I am trying to get a break from shounen or heavily action-based anime as of now, but not so much as to become too boring. Maybe then I can finish watching FMA:B... XD
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yuri on ice

btw its yaoi not yuri

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Originally posted by Leomon
yaoi


Nah, thanks, not into that shit. :P
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Watch Prison School
Originally posted by K3fka
Watch Prison School


Hmm, I saw a summary of it. It kinda seems like my kind of anime, but I guess I`ll have to see it to believe it. #smw{;)}
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You said you're hooked on ecchi, and it's a great comedy with ecchi. Shimoneta is another comedy with ecchi, but it's not as extreme or funny as Prison School. If you're looking for just moe, K-On! and Gochiusa are good ones (there's no action in these shows). KonoSuba is a good comedy that I'd always recommend to anyone, not much action.
Originally posted by K3fka
You said you're hooked on ecchi, and it's a great comedy with ecchi. Shimoneta is another comedy with ecchi, but it's not as extreme or funny as Prison School. If you're looking for just moe, K-On! and Gochiusa are good ones (there's no action in these shows). KonoSuba is a good comedy that I'd always recommend to anyone, not much action.


Hmm, well, there is a guy which talked about Konosuba (also a guy which shits on SAO to no end, if you know him), and now I kinda wanted to try it. I also heard about Shimoneta from a few friends from GameFAQS`s Pokemon boards a while back, so yeah, its also on my list too. K-On! and Re:Zero too, but only because two certain characters named Mugi and Rem are continously entering my life, and now I`m curious as to why is that they are so loved. #smw{¬_¬}
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Considering most of what I like is old stuff I watched when I was young, or old stuff I watched later.
I'm not sure if I can help you all that well.

But, um...
I think maybe you might like Yakuza Girl, I honestly think it's a pretty "meh" manga, but since you're into perverted stuff, that might just be up your alley. It's not horrible, it's pretty ok, it could be a lot better, but it could be way worse too.
And besides, that's my opinion since I'm not into these kind of stuff anyway, so you might actually like it. lol

A way more light-hearted manga with some few mild fanservice is Chikyuu no Houkago, which is an also ok, but not too great manga.
It's not horrible, but it's something you can read to pass the time or whatever. Unlike Yakuza Girl, the focus is more on the (not too great) story, and it's at least a little bit more memorable.
Oh, and the art for the scenario is really nice, the abandoned city mixed with plants, water covering some cities and stuff like that just looks great, and it mixes really well.
It looks just so chill and calm, just like the laid-back tone of the manga itself.

Oh, also, it has Anna, who is most certainly the best character in the manga, and most of the comedy comes from her saying silly non-sense all the time, or being cute. (Or both)

Since I don't like ecchi (at all), or moe (when it's too generic), I can't recommend much, after all most of what I like is really far from any of these stuff.

But I don't know...
See Alien Nine.
It's pretty cute...
before it all goes wrong and tragic
.
It's not really moe or anything, but it's cute.
And it actually has a story.

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If you haven't seen Kill la Kill, do so immediately. I figure you have, though, so I'm gonna suggest Uchuu Patrol Luluco instead. It's not exactly ecchi, but it was made by Trigger, and that's enough to get a recommendation in my books.

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Man, I wish this would've worked. Oh well.
If not for respect, but dramatic effect, take on the face of Guy Fawkes.
Watch Yu Yu Hakusho. Its a 90s anime but its damn good.
Originally posted by Decoy Blimp
Watch Yu Yu Hakusho. Its a 90s anime but its damn good.


Originally posted by Giga
If you haven't seen Kill la Kill, do so immediately. I figure you have, though, so I'm gonna suggest Uchuu Patrol Luluco instead. It's not exactly ecchi, but it was made by Trigger, and that's enough to get a recommendation in my books.


Oops, sorry, completely forgotten about this thread. Currently on the pursuit to find out about this one Rem girl I hear a lot about (A.K.A watching Re:Zero), and I do have a few anime I found out recently, so once again, I`m trying to finish every anime in my backlog right now. Still, though, Kill La Kill is DEFINITELY on my list. Also Gurren Lagann, and maybe finish FMA Brotherhood too. Yu Yu Hakusho, not so much, but I have heard of it, so maybe I can be able to watch it after this tbh.
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I just recently finished the manga of YuYu Hakusho. It's a "tournament" series but avoids becoming repetitive. The ending is extremely rushed but up until that point it is very solid. The other gripe I have is that the beginning is a bit slow and episodic. Apparently the anime cuts down on that a little bit, though.

Either way, I recommend it. It's a classic, and for good reason.
watch little witch academia

it's harry potter... with waifus

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kemono friends

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Originally posted by lion
kemono friends


Yeah, I actually wanted to watch that, though I'm not sure if I should keep watching JoJo and Zero no Tsukaima or watch Love Live and this (Kemono Friends might be better tho, since I'm mostly gonna watch Love Live for the memes, and Kemono Friends is also about monster/animal girls or whatever they're called there, and since I like this genre a lot...). Kobayashi-san's Dragon Maid too, though I'm already watching that so
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Stopping JoJo is always the wrong choice.
Try something with tentacles when all else fails #wario{;)}
You know, you could always just watch ongoing animes. Like each season some 30 new animes come out (with weekly episodes) and usually at least a couple of them are watch worthy even for people who aren't that much into it.
... unless you're one of "those" people... those who wait until an anime finished airing so they can watch it in one go.

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Originally posted by JackTheSpades
You know, you could always just watch ongoing animes. Like each season some 30 new animes come out (with weekly episodes) and usually at least a couple of them are watch worthy even for people who aren't that much into it.
... unless you're one of "those" people... those who wait until an anime finished airing so they can watch it in one go.


Well, I DID mention Kobayashi-San's Dragon Maid and Kemono Friends, and those are ongoing rn, so I dunno...

Originally posted by K3fka
Stopping JoJo is always the wrong choice.


Never planned to, tho #wario{;)}

Originally posted by ThePat545
Try something with tentacles when all else fails #wario{;)}


To Love Ru has a lot of tentacle action, tho, so I guess I already did that...? #wario{-_-?}
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Kemono Friends actually finished last week so it's not airing anymore. Do you have a MyAnimeList account? It makes it real easy to keep track of what you are watching, and it is very easy to find new shows. It also has seasonal charts, which show all the series that are airing or will be airing each season. For example, there are actually 19 shows this season which I am going to try, which is about average for me. By the end of the season I usually only finish ~5 of them.
I feel like people often are afraid of starting new anime. Like they act like it's a massive failure on their part if they start something and don't enjoy it. If you don't, just drop it and try again with something else.

Originally posted by Ultima
Yeah, I actually wanted to watch that, though I'm not sure if I should keep watching JoJo and Zero no Tsukaima or watch Love Live and this (Kemono Friends might be better tho, since I'm mostly gonna watch Love Live for the memes, and Kemono Friends is also about monster/animal girls or whatever they're called there, and since I like this genre a lot...). Kobayashi-san's Dragon Maid too, though I'm already watching that so


"since I'm mostly gonna watch Love Live for the memes"
I really gotta be honest, watching Love Live for the memes is doing yourself a massive disservice. Assuming it's related to Snow Halation, that only appears in one episode in the last third of the second season. If you are going to watch 20 episodes just for that you might as well just watch the 2010 music video, or find the scene from the TV series on youtube.

I want to clarify, I don't see anything wrong with watching a show because [thing] got you interested in it. But watching a show entirely for [thing] is like... setting yourself up for failure. It's a poor mindset to start a show with, and it just limits your enjoyment.
I've seen some people (including myself) watch a show for a specific reason, and they almost always ended up being disappointed.

JoJo is another show where I've seen this exact thing happen.
People like JoJo memes, so they "watch it for the memes", and get disappointed because it isn't anything like they imagined.
Even though Love Live and JoJo are two anime which have a lot of memes associated with them, they aren't "meme anime". As in, the amount of people who like it for the memes is an extremely small amount of people. Do more and more people get introduced to the shows because of memes? Definitely. Do some people like the show more because of the memes? Sure. But the amount of people who like it only for the memes is pretty tiny.

tdlr: I think watching things for the memes is a bad reason to watch something

I'm not trying to come across as some no fun allowed police or something, I just have seen people watch something for the memes and quite often be disappointed. And I don't want someone to be disappointed when they can enjoy it instead. Kemono Friends is a good example of the opposite. You said you like monster/animal girls, which is a reason why you are interested in it, and it is a good reason. Obviously they are a huge part of the show and the appeal.
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