What anime are you currently watching thread.

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    Currently watching Cannon Buster. Damn this show is good bit of a mix between Trigun and Mecha.

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    The last episode of Kimetsu no Yaiba was great. Muzan was cute in this episode haha.

    Looking forward to the third season of Psycho Pass coming up soon. Wondering if I should binge Boku no Hero Academia and try to catch up before Season 4 starts (or at least catch up before the season ends)

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    Just started watching Monogatari starting with Bakemonogatari. Excellent if you can keep up with it but I love how as the smaller story arcs wrap up everything that happened prior suddenly makes perfect sense when it made none before.

    Also the new, relevant opening for every smaller arc (2-3 episodes) is a lot of fun

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    suntoucher wrote:
    Just started watching Monogatari starting with Bakemonogatari. Excellent if you can keep up with it but I love how as the smaller story arcs wrap up everything that happened prior suddenly makes perfect sense when it made none before.

    Also the new, relevant opening for every smaller arc (2-3 episodes) is a lot of fun
    Having the VAs of each of the girls singing their respective OPs was a nice touch. Are you going to watch in airing order?

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    Salmon Salami wrote:
    The last episode of Kimetsu no Yaiba was great. Muzan was cute in this episode haha.

    Looking forward to the third season of Psycho Pass coming up soon. Wondering if I should binge Boku no Hero Academia and try to catch up before Season 4 starts (or at least catch up before the season ends)
    Yeah it was awesome like the whole season. Everything about it is top notch. Sux having to wait for next season. Can't wait for S4 of My Hero

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    Salmon Salami wrote:
    Having the VAs of each of the girls singing their respective OPs was a nice touch. Are you going to watch in airing order?
    Yep, I was surprised to see Renai Circulation in there, I was listening to it on YouTube prior to starting the series and didn't realise they were connected.

    It's excellent, tried to get the girlfriend to watch but she couldn't keep up with the pace of the conversation and couldn't get the hang of which information is important and which is more just an indication of an overall idea and decided she didn't like it. When the final piece was placed she never did the, "Oh, that's what X meant, or that's why Y happened, or haha the whole thing was just an unrelated pun (eg weight crab = emotion god literally taking her weight to take her weight)"

    It also helps that I'm learning Japanese so whilst I don't get the Kanji puns they always follow up with an explanation which is great. And Senjōgahara's transition from demand, to request, to low-level imperative is actually quite helpful in seeing how the different nuance works in the language.

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    Ins0mn1ac wrote:
    Yeah it was awesome like the whole season. Everything about it is top notch. Sux having to wait for next season. Can't wait for S4 of My Hero
    The next arc (Inifinity Train) is going to be covered in a movie which got greenlit, which was teased after the end credits: https://myanimelist.net/anime/40456/...gen_Ressha-hen.

    If you want to get your fix, you could pick up the manga (from around chapter 51-52 I think)

    suntoucher wrote:
    Yep, I was surprised to see Renai Circulation in there, I was listening to it on YouTube prior to starting the series and didn't realise they were connected.

    It's excellent, tried to get the girlfriend to watch but she couldn't keep up with the pace of the conversation and couldn't get the hang of which information is important and which is more just an indication of an overall idea and decided she didn't like it. When the final piece was placed she never did the, "Oh, that's what X meant, or that's why Y happened, or haha the whole thing was just an unrelated pun (eg weight crab = emotion god literally taking her weight to take her weight)"

    It also helps that I'm learning Japanese so whilst I don't get the Kanji puns they always follow up with an explanation which is great. And Senjōgahara's transition from demand, to request, to low-level imperative is actually quite helpful in seeing how the different nuance works in the language.
    I wish I had a good grasp of Japanese. I feel like my enjoyment of the series would be far greater if I knew all the double-meanings and wordplay. The writing has always been praised by those fluent in Japanese. I didn't really get into Bakemonogatari until the crab god reveal in Ep3. Up until that point I found it a bit tedious. I still felt the pacing was a bit slow and laboured through the rest of Bakemonogatari. After that I watched the three Kizumonogatari movies and felt the pay-off was enormous. After that, I was totally invested in the series and finished the rest in about 3 weeks. This is the order I decided to watch: Bake > Kizu > Nise > Neko: Kuro > Mono SS > Tsuki > Owari > Koyomi > Owari SS > Hana > Zoku

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    Just started on Kengan Ashura, Basically think Baki but they actually got necks and has some surprising good CGI.

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    WarZoner wrote:
    Just started on Kengan Ashura, Basically think Baki but they actually got necks and has some surprising good CGI.
    Oh nice love Baki so this sounds like my cup of tea

    Just started watching Psycho-Pass and really enjoying it Also gave Mo Dao Zu Shi a go but kind of lost interest after 10 eps. Will try again at some point though cos it was decent.

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    Just finished watching both seasons of Psycho-Pass & really enjoyed it. Anyone know any other good animes with a similar futuristic/cyberpunk setting?

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    I've just started on Carole & Tuesday. Think Cowboy Bebop meets music. All of the episodes are named after famous music titles.

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    Just started watching Seis Manos on Netflix starring Danny Trejo & Mike Colter aka Luke Cage. It's set in Mexico in the late 70's & is kind of like a mash up of '70s western, exploitation and martial-arts films Also only 8 eps long so don't have to invest much time into it.

    Also about to start watching Vinland Saga seeing as its the #1 currently airing show on myanimelist.

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    Death Note

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    I've just started on Fairy Gone. It's pretty interesting using fairies as weapons, instead of those annoying tinkerbell style fairies you mostly see in other shows. Then I'll start on Granblue Fantasy (think I watched S1 on CR ages ago but forgotten the entire story)