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2013 Autumn Anime

Postby Volt » Wed Nov 06, 2013 3:41 am

What have you guys been watching this season? I've personally been watching Kill la Kill and Kuroko no Basket Season 2.
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Re: 2013 Autumn Anime

Postby JesseRoo » Wed Nov 06, 2013 3:46 am

Nagi no Asakura is probably my favourite so far (not counting Kill la Kill because you have to be stupid for that to not be your favourite).

Golden Time started out pretty mediocre, but the recent episodes have started to draw me in a lot more and I'm actually quite excited for the next episode now.

Ore no Nounai Sentakushi ga, Gakuen Love Comedy wo Zenryoku de Jama Shiteiru has had a few hilarious moments and has a pretty awesome concept, but hasn't really excelled yet.

Unbreakable Machine Doll I've only watched a few episodes of and haven't caught up with yet, but has a very interesting premise and also a refreshingly different art style (based off a light novel rather than a manga).
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Re: 2013 Autumn Anime

Postby N » Wed Nov 06, 2013 3:50 am

Oh, a lot of things.

~Kill la Kill
~Monogatari, Second Season+
~White Album 2
~Magi: The Kingdom of Magic+
~Nagi no Asukara
~Little Busters: Refrain+
~Noucome
~Non Non Biyori
~Unbreakable Machine-Doll
~Outbreak Company+
~Samurai Flamenco
~OreYuusha
~Golden Time
~Coppelion
~Sekai de Ichiban-
~Tokyo Ravens-
~Strike the Blood-

-: Personal least favorite
+: Personal favorites
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Re: 2013 Autumn Anime

Postby TehVict » Wed Nov 06, 2013 9:28 pm

  • Kill la Kill - best show of the season, no doubt about it
  • Nagi no Asukara - best non-trigger show of the season
  • Non Non Biyori - really cute, really chill, and really funny. Absolutely recommend it.
  • Monogatari Series 2nd Season - best of the series so far, has been really outstanding
  • Samurai Flamenco - Great show from the director of other great shows like Baccano and Natsume Yujincho. Also recommend it.
  • White Album 2 - Despite its sequel-like title it is a standalone show, so you can watch it without having watched the first WA - and you should definitely watch it. It's so much better than VN adaptations tend to be, that it's almost hard to believe WA2 is one. Delivers flawless episodes week after week, none of which have the issues VN adaptations tend to have.
  • Little Busters! Refrain - the studio behind the show really stepped up their game for this second season. Has had some beautiful art and animation, and the show has covered and is heading towards really interesting things.
  • Outbreak Company - outright hilarious. Glad this show caught my attention, since it wasn't one I planned to watch at first.
  • Unbreakable Machine Doll - pretty good so far
  • Kyokai no Kanata - I was disappointed by the early episodes but it got increasingly better and is pretty damn good right now. Plus, KyoAni.
  • Magi: The Kingdom of Magic - second season of Magi, great show that just keeps on getting better.
  • NouCome - funny and unique.
  • Log Horizon - great living-in-the-database MMORPG anime. wow wow.
  • Coppelion - I'm a bit behind on this show, but it has a different art style and an interesting premise.
  • Golden Time - started out as nothing special but has become really good as of late.
  • Valvrave the Liberator - This image sums up the show pretty well. If you are in need of a show with absolutely insane plot twists you'd never see coming, this is probably it.
  • Galilei Donna - was excited for this show, got severely disappointed
  • Yuushibu - plot.
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Re: 2013 Autumn Anime

Postby JesseRoo » Thu Nov 07, 2013 5:44 am

TehVict wrote:
  • Valvrave the Liberator - This image sums up the show pretty well. If you are in need of a show with absolutely insane plot twists you'd never see coming, this is probably it.

All I know about it is this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUEYVYruMvI
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Re: 2013 Autumn Anime

Postby TehVict » Thu Nov 07, 2013 10:24 am

JesseRoo wrote:
TehVict wrote:
  • Valvrave the Liberator - This image sums up the show pretty well. If you are in need of a show with absolutely insane plot twists you'd never see coming, this is probably it.

All I know about it is this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUEYVYruMvI


That's all you really need to know about it. eruerufu
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Re: 2013 Autumn Anime

Postby Shakespeare » Thu Nov 07, 2013 8:28 pm

i haven't watched any of those animes.

i should probably see those
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Re: 2013 Autumn Anime

Postby redjet » Thu Nov 07, 2013 11:31 pm

In order of quality:

Kill La Kill - manly, therefore the best.
Kyoukai No Kanata - usual top-notch KyoAni art and animation, with an interesting plot.
Monogatari Series - great stuff, just don't like how they waste time with recaps.
Non Non Biyori - nice anime where the main character looks 15 years old when she's actually in 5th grade.
Magi S2 - looks nice, but boring as I already read the manga.
Little Busters! S2 - temporarily on-hold as I play the visual novel.

Most are what Victor recommended me.
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Re: 2013 Autumn Anime

Postby TehVict » Fri Nov 08, 2013 12:33 am

redjet wrote:Most are what Victor recommended me.


Yet you still haven't watched White Album 2...


...nor Nagi no Asukara...

...nor Samurai Flamenco...

maybe I do recommend too many things
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Re: 2013 Autumn Anime

Postby redjet » Fri Nov 08, 2013 7:33 pm

TehVict wrote:...nor Samurai Flamenco...


You've never told me about this one.
Not that I'd watch it, with that repulsing title (I judge books by covers).
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