really good series about a weak dude who somehow ends up training with some bad ass martial arts masters. also ofc the girl he likes just happends to be the daughter of the dojo master.
He starts of avarage joe and trough 50 or so eps goes from 0 to hero
Well, sinetron is made by demands of people. MOST of watcher of Indonesian TV are people that less educated. They don't thinking that much as do we when we watch show or movie. For them as long it was unique, they loved it.
The reason why they use "baku" language is because they tried to make show that any kind of people understand, despite the differences of language and dialect.
People might not realize, but the system of KPI is really shit. They think 1 or more opinions equals with the country itself. The worst of this system, most of people who complains is shitty SJW with their shitty religion standart. They often banish show that they think does not clicked with them. I remember, on 2004 or 2005 of Intisari, an SJW wrote an article about Hentai. She said "hentai" is exist on every anime. Doraemon, Shaman King, Card Captor Sakura are in her list. I also remember when SJW makes a complaint of Shaman King for having Shamanism theme on the show, and she thinks this anime would make children believe in magic (as Islam forbid magic).
As for anime, I watch like a hell of them, (I've completed more than 950 anime). "Japanese" people (and also every pervert in this world) loves anime based their fetish preference. It's not something you can understand unless you're also pervert. Even for normal Japanese I've met before, they also express dislikeness for anime with big nenen or weird fetish. I do love anime with "ra*e" and "loli" tho.
I cannot say exact reason why my fav show is better than sinetron, but here's the list:
> violence, crime, and action
<strong>Black Lagoon</strong> is about piracy in the South China Sea in the 90's. It's crass and violent and it follows the perspective of a small group called the Lagoon Company that operates out of a crime infested city doing smuggling and courier work by boat... and the occasional hijacking.
^(Note that the only things I really know about Miami Vice is that it's 80s as fuck, and there are boats sometimes.)
Random update: User flair icons are now retina-compatible. People on fancy MacBooks and Surfaces and such should see them sharper and it's nice.
Also, the Hummingbird icon has been changed to the Kitsu logo because the site re-branded - if you used HB and don't know what this means, see here.
^(So much for me taking a break for midterms.)
Edit: Kitsu icon changing around a bit as I consult with their devs about branding. Bear with us for a bit.
https://kitsu.io/ <-- sort of like "My Anime List" but i find it easier to navigate and keep track of everything on Kitsu(was once called HummingBird)
The site basically functions as a checklist of sorts to keep track of what animes you've watched, re watched, dropped halfway through, or plan to watch.
I watch a lot of Anime. Not gunna lie.
Thanks for the beta I'll test it out.
~Hummingbird is not dead it was rebrand under the name Kitsu.
~Anime-Planet seems to work on mobile devices just fine Imgur.
Kitsu.io usually have a list of streaming services a show is on on their page for a show. I don't think HiDive is in their pool of streaming services they check yet so if it's on there Kitsu won't tell you about it, but it works for most other services.
It doesn't tell you if its on a service subbed or dubbed however, but it's a good place to get a feel for where to start looking.
The MAL and AP link are fine, its the Anilist that has the entry under a different name:
These are the correct entries for anilist and kitsu
I'm not seeing it suggested anywhere so far, but if you haven't already you should start tracking things you watch or want to watch on a site like MAL or Kitsu. MAL is more popular.
If your completed list ever grows to be more than your PTW, the world may just be ending.
I wouldn't recomend guilty crown for children that young.
What I will instead recomend is:
Which is an exelent show that both kids and adults should be able to enjoy.
You canuse Kitsu.Io's search engine which lists streaming sites (if any) carying the show in question. You can also search on the streaming service itself to see what shows are available there.
Alternatly you can do it the old fashioned way and go on MAL and see who the licensors of the shows you're looking for are. The licensors tend to either stream shows themselves or have deals with other sites like Netflix, Hulu, crunchyroll, hidive or similar to stream the shows. They usualy list these on the licensors home page.
I am looking for any interesting anime this season. I am curently watching these:-
Here is my Kitsu
Looking for good anime to watch, you can see what i've watched and kind of base my taste off of that. I have not watched a lot btw.
tribute to akari --
it's an older anime series, that's likely why, for the 2nd clip, it say, 'copyright blocked in your country'....
yea clannad is one of the most highest rated animes out there, and is the highest, #1, in the 'sweet', or love genre, haven't seen it yet tho
rated #12 all time -- https://kitsu.io/anime/clannad-after-story /u/Gaporigo
nobody had mentioned this char so it makes it think that maybe ppl just haven't seen that anime
the description seems like this char would fit all the points/qualities
the bakery part did show #5 creativity & #6 inventive
no indication of 'so positively playful' tho
none of these are spoilers unless they significantly ruin a story, i personally don't mind 'spoilers'
The new season is coming and not many of the new anime look interesting to me. Are there any hidden gems or ones with good potential? Hopefully someone who has read the source material for some of those anime can recommend me which among them good!
I usually watch all types of anime as long as they are interesting. Even the lesser know ones.
Link to my Kitsu - Currently Watching & Completed
You haven't marked Hunter x Hunter (2011) as complete yet, so maybe try that. It's a little more adventure than fantasy, but it's definitely got fantasy elements during certain arcs.
I'm looking for:
Anime with consistent character progression. Preferably long so I could enjoy it for longer than just a single-night binge.
Shows I've already seen that are similar:
Hunter x Hunter, Toriko, One Punch Man, Beck, Mob Psycho 100, InuYasha, Hikaru no Go, Grappler Baki, etc.
Link to my MAL (or other anime list): https://kitsu.io/users/andreev_andrei/library?sort=-rating&status=completed
Don't need to check my list if you have a few that jump to mind - just write them in and ill check myself.
I'm such a hipster that I don't even have a MAL and use Hummingbird/Kitsu.io instead.
I totally don't regret opting for this service instead of MAL at all!
^^^Just ^^^kidding, ^^^I ^^^am ^^^filled ^^^with ^^^regret ^^^and ^^^am ^^^too ^^^lazy ^^^to ^^^score ^^^everything ^^^again ^^^on ^^^MAL
The easiest way to find new shows, is to keep track of what you've watched. I use MyAnimeList, which helps you keep track of what you've seen, and give scores based upon how much you liked those shows.
Then, anytime you are looking for new things to watch, you can just share your animelist, and people can get an idea of what you have and haven't seen. There's also Kitsu, which lets you sort by streaming service, too, but I'm unfamiliar with it.