Otakutron wrote: The thing I may enjoy the most is a bit iffy because I thought more of the first season than the second and I've never read the source material (at all): Log Horizon. For the most part it just suits my sensibilities better (contrary to what two of the three I just listed indicate, I'm not overly focused on gore XD).
Otakutron wrote: 2) What has encouraged me to look into animé more is it becoming more available. I have always enjoyed animation and once I learned that "the cool art from certain cartoons and a lot of my video games" was animé, I began searching it out... but I was a greedy kid with a lot of nerdy interests, so I didn't throw a lot of money into animé. Even as an adult there were so many other things and the price didn't come down. It is great that now there are so many legal streaming services and you can find DVD/Blu Ray Box Sets even at Wal-Mart!
Mullet Death wrote:I'm fairly certain I've seen you on Crunchyroll. I'm that i_love_u_jesus guy over there (I wish I could change it to Mullet Death for consistency). Small world/Internet. I usually liked your posts on Crunchy because you seemed to go against the grain. The Crunchyroll "community" if it can be so called, is pretty hostile to Christianity in particular and religion in general.
MomentOfInertia wrote:Hello and a somewhat belated welcome. o_o/
Trigun was good. haven't seen JoJo's or Hunter yet.
MomentOfInertia wrote:Log Horizon was very good. The flaw of the second season (especially the second half) is that it's not a whole arc, it's building for the next season, for the stories that haven't been written yet.
MomentOfInertia wrote:Your avatar is familiar, but I can't place it. Some webcomic comments section? Something RPG-ish? ... Grand Line 3.5 ?
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