Has anybody watched Tokyo Ghoul, watching it now and so far it has been pretty damn awesome.
Wtf haha where on earth is that gif from Matt?
The magical place of Google.
It’s from the film ‘We Need To Talk About Kevin’
Saw Angel Beats!, what a brilliant show. Will watch again in a few months
Haven’t posted in a while. I’m currently watching Psycho Pass, Fate/Zero and JoJo’s.
Last anime I finished was Kantai Collection. Everyone needs boat girls.
Just finished watching two seasons of Tokyo Ghoul, really enjoyed it, shame they aren’t going to do a third season (or so I am told). Looking for something new to watch, any recommendations?
Hunter X Hunter, aye it’s a Shonen but there’s no fucking around, no filler, an incredibly well thought out plot, over the top fights (that have more strategy than Death Note), main characters don’t always win, sometimes they’re just fighting for survival.
First ark is the weakest; but only because the story builds so much, brilliant series - I’d recommend it to anyone!
Prison School is 100% the best thing this season. Enjoying Gangsta, but not much is happening in it. God Eater was promising but is pretty terrible.
How is Rokka no something?
One punch man?
Looks like a kick to me
One Punch Man is just damn beutiful, some of the most epic fight animations I’ve ever seen and funny to boot!
Most of all it’s just a bit different, definitely my anime of the year!
Madhouse saving anime
Sakamoto desu ga is just fucking fabulous!
Noticed no one’s posted in this thread for some time, I’ve just joined and I’m a big anime guy so, what’re we watching this season?
- JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure - Diamond Is Unbreakable
- Shokugeki no Souma
- Mob Psycho 100
- New Game!
JoJo, Mob and Re:Zero - which seems like your average ecchi bollocks but is actually really amazing and creates some really horrific to watch moments.
Speaking of Jojo - only flipping went and got a lifesize replica of Iggy!
For anyone who doesn’t keep up with anime news, Akira, THE classic anime film, is getting a UK cinematic re-release on the 21st of September 2016. See if there’s a cinema screening it near you if you haven’t seen it yet.