I really remember that one episode from black bullet where all his students were killed in the bombing attack. It really was a sad episode.
Violet Evergarden episode 10. Had me tear up, because the same thing happened to me.
Robotech was the first anime I saw with all the violence and death intact from the source material. When Roy Fokker dies in Claudia’s arms was really sad.
Shield hero had alot if moments where I had to pause cause I couldnt read through the tears
Angel Beats. I was fine for most of it, but then it sucker punches you toward the end.
Shizu's Last Request | Rimuru Finally Gets a Human Form! | AnimeAnime - YouTube this part gets me everytime
The end of Samurai Champloo.
The 3 just heading off down different paths after all that…bitter sweet.
I was just about to post a scene of Samurai Champloo, such a beautiful ending indeed. Bittersweet is exactly the word I would use, if anything I would say its more sweet than bitter as it feels hopeful, unlike Cowboy Bebop for example.
Nailed it. Two sides of the same coin.
Kimi ni Todoke, Chrono Crusade, Clannad… all the feels.
Toradora. Specifically episode 19.
“my dress up darling” did it in a good way. I mean I started watching it expecting 100% ecchi without impurities
@felixjordanoff Two sides of the same coin, exactly! I would also like to add that I think both series are about finding a purpose in life and how age and youth influences that search. While Spike realizes that he didn’t have a purpose or anything left to live for at the end and dies, Jin, Mugen and Fuu all realized they DID have a lot to live for, which is why they survived something they shouldn’t. I think both series are meant to be watched back to back.
“Banished from the Hero’s Party” - What happens to the soldier when he is used up and the War goes on? How does he re-enter society? What does he do when it seems like his main skills are no longer needed?
Sure. It is set in a swords and sorcery world, but, as a disabled vet, what Red is going through is eerily familiar to me on a very personal level.
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@stalker1647 Thanks for your comment, it resonated in me. I’ll be sure to add that anime to my must watch!
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Yep, beebop is a sad parting and ominous, while champloo has resolution and fond memories in its parting scene.