Insert polls for any anime. No discussions; just votes. Create or use existent threads to discuss. Example options:
- Love it
- seen it
- never seen
- never heard of
- Live by
- no est bueno
- best series/ movie ever
- that’s my Bible
- call Okumura
Identify anime by name [obvs] but also please include at least one promotional pic
Titles posted in order:
unnamed [just pass this by]
Neon Genesis Evangelion
Ghost in the Shell (1997)
The Secret World of Arrietty
My Neighbor Totoro
Howl’s Moving Castle
That time I got Reincarnated as a Slime
The Vision of Escaflowne
This one needs an indifferent vote, I liked the show but didn’t love it as it was a bit stressful to watch…I still haven’t watched the second season.
Only seen a few episodes, not enough to really give it a proper vote. It’s on my back log to watch.
Never seen it have to be a poll option here
“I Even Can’t Write this Anime Title Without Being Restricted”
- Love it
- Seen it
- Call the Police
- Indeed I love Boku no Hero Academia, what’s the matter?
Started out strong, but ended in a manner that was confusing as hell, and to be honest I didn’t like the ending. That’s why I never watched anything beyond the original anime, none of the movies, remakes, 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.whatever additions, etc.
Needs another vote slot: it’s on my TBW pile.
Loved the show, hated the half assed ending where nothing was resolved. There series has a loose continuity and opts for a more episodic series where they keep adding new story elements, but at the end of the series nothing is concluded and they anime ends with a literal shot of Ranma and Akane walking down a street into the sunset, stopping and turning to wave goodbye!
Of course Rumiko Takahashi, while having good ideas and writing for manga and shows, its seems she never really knows when or how to end a series! Some people don’t know this but it took almost a full decade Inuyasha to get its “The Final Act” ending! as the show was incomplete for almost a decade! When it was brought to the west and aired on TV the show was given renewed interest finally prompting the anime to get finished! Well at least for the anime version, not sure about the manga as I never read it.
38 manga volumes in the era of when they reversed the panels, or as reprinted eastern style (i think)