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  • PizzaAdrian

    Your youtube though 8-)

    13 Dez 6h29 Responder
  • YudaBM

    indeed i concur. but im happy you shared the truth with me just know if you need someone im here dude

    6 Dez 23h05 Responder
  • YudaBM

    Hey man :) hows your day?

    23 Nov 17h19 Responder
  • WasNotWhyNot

    my brother is a romcom kind of guy (that's just a fucking funny sentence, thanks america) and he really enjoyed ippo. I would've put the show off for longer if it wasn't for his insistence. maybe maybe not coincidental anecdotal

    22 Out 22h42 Responder
  • WasNotWhyNot

    the show is formulaic, technically 'monster of the week', as to say, boxer of the week. it starts to show its inner parts as its length weighs down on the show slightly. only the first series is essential, though like matters if you haven't watched any of it. hajime no ippo is a very straightforward and well-done coming of age story, with its main theme being 'what does it mean to be strong', and other youthful japanese ideologies such as, 'absolute discipline', 'never giving up', and 'fighting spirit.' though the themes are drowned out in the show's action, they remain subtly effective, thanks to a more emotive take on boxing. thoses focuses are ultimate clichés though, but ippo has the best and purest incarnation of each one of those things. whether or not they're interesting probably depends on your machismo. still, its appeal and quality I believe is undeniable. also this was practically a review, ure welcome

    22 Out 18h42 Responder
  • WasNotWhyNot

    anyway you probably are above shounen and battle anime like every other gaijin, but if you aren't, or even if you are, you should watch HAJIME NO IPPO. it's also technically a sports show, though it's just a (well-done) setting, because it's a battle anime through and through (boxing is punching...). it has a likable cast and totally pegs its drama. it's not melodramatic or overwrought, it focuses more on making the show's 'antagonists' empathetic, so you rarely can fully support the main character and are aware of how difficult each step (pun sorry) of the way is.

    22 Out 18h31 Responder
  • WasNotWhyNot

    I've been kind of reexamining my views on dubs. when I play games I put up with some awful shit (NIS america LOOOOOOL) and even if it's dual audio I go with the dubs. whenever I realize that, I listen to funimation again and I'm like, nope, it's still shit. though it's easy to explain, I feel an imaginary kinship with the games industry, so I'm into supporting localization efforts, but I can't force anything like that with the anime industry. not sure if it's simple cause of my priorities, or if anime just has a drastically smaller presence

    22 Out 18h24 Responder
  • WasNotWhyNot

    watched on netflix? there's no hope for ye. I have a friend who makes fun of me for watching anime. he watches dubs on netflix too.

    19 Out 20h39 Responder
  • WasNotWhyNot

    i dont even like nagisa and i know nagisa is the better yasashii moe

    17 Out 18h36 Responder
  • WasNotWhyNot

    ryou fujibayashi are you srs

    16 Out 19h08 Responder
  • DougIsaac

    I see you shout on all the music i like, so i added you.

    31 Ago 17h18 Responder
  • tinosoft89

    the team nekokan corrections need some edit, the batch voter stops in the line 25. I recommend you to put in every line 25 the correct artist.

    27 Ago 13h03 Responder
  • butt-plugsuit

    The first 2 are just remakes of the series, the third one is a continuation of it. I've only seen the third one once but it was pretty cool especially if you're a fan.

    24 Ago 17h27 Responder
  • nicoinfurs

    hmm, I'll try! you seem to know a lot of stuff already, but check your last.fm inbox (I added you on rym)

    12 Jul 14h33 Responder
  • nicoinfurs

    good taste buddy

    12 Jul 12h31 Responder
  • noff01

    Favorite Jap Math Rock band is definitely Sajjanu. As for post-rock, the only bad I have liked so far is WEG, but it isn't even that post-rocky. You have probably heard about them though, so I would recommend you Cheval de Frise (It's like Yowie, but with acoustic guitars), and Rich Woodson's Ellipsis (Same as Cheval, but with jazz instrumentation). Tell me if you liked those!

    14 Jun 21h07 Responder
  • hazelszzz

    those taylor swift plays <3

    13 Jun 3h10 Responder
  • CPwn

    sweet thanks, i'll check that one out next

    5 Jun 18h12 Responder
  • TylerSymes

    I'm rather bad at recs. Did I make you feel better for showing you my top 8 by plays?

    5 Jun 10h44 Responder
  • TylerSymes

    At least it isn't this pleb

    4 Jun 17h47 Responder
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