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Last posted Dec 28, 2012 at 11:02PM EST. Added Dec 20, 2012 at 11:30PM EST
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Just started watching Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. Literally, I’m watching it on Hulu waiting for the trailer to finish. Supposedly it’s way better than the original anime and follows the Manga more closely, which I’ve heard has an excellent story. Looking forward to it.

Mushi-shi is a good show, I recommend it to people that like slower paced storylines, drama, and supernatural stuff.

Obligatory Gurren Lagann mention.

Chobits was okay, bit too much fanservice for my taste, but a good show overall.

Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya… I hope it gets continued. Great story, looking forward to more.

Spice and Wolf is awesome, BUT OH GOD PLEASE OH PLEASE MAKE A SEASON THREE PLEEEEEASE!!! I WANT TO SEE WHAT HAPPENS!

I’ve heard about WataMote getting an anime. That’s great,because this way,I can catch up with the story faster.

Have you guys heard of Chikan Otoko? It’s a manga -- drawn by the same guy who drew Onani Master Kurosawa -- about a true story that was posted in 2ch. It’s kinda like Densha Otoko,so if you liked Densha Otoko,you should read that.

I’m currently waiting for Saint Young Men OVA next year. If you guys don’t know,Saint Young Men is a manga about Jesus Christ and Gautama Buddha transforming into mortal human and vacationing on earth while retaining their original appearance. TL;DR: Comical slice of life hijinks with Jesus and Buddha.

Fullmetal Alchemist is tremendous on the whole. I started watching it on Adult Swim, and subsequently started watching episodes through Hulu. It really is an exceptionally produced and designed series by and large. If you haven’t yet seen it, I recommend it.

As of right now, I’m watching both Cowboy Bebop and The Big O, but I’m just starting both of them. If anybody has seen either one, would you care to share some counsel or recommendations?

(I’m starting them so late because I’ve been caught up in Bleach, which if you haven’t seen, I’d also highly recommend.)

Never much been into anime, but I finished watching Oban Star racers a little while ago. Watched some of Android 009, but have yet to finish (I’m watching the newest english dubs). After that I’ll be watching the Big O as well as Evan. Full Metal Alchemist I might watch, I never saw a beginning to that so I was totally lost when I saw it on AS.

Might re-watch Yu-Yu Hakusho for fun, and then rewatching all of the Dragon Ball series would be tons of awesome.

Evan Hechenbach wrote:

Fullmetal Alchemist is tremendous on the whole. I started watching it on Adult Swim, and subsequently started watching episodes through Hulu. It really is an exceptionally produced and designed series by and large. If you haven’t yet seen it, I recommend it.

As of right now, I’m watching both Cowboy Bebop and The Big O, but I’m just starting both of them. If anybody has seen either one, would you care to share some counsel or recommendations?

(I’m starting them so late because I’ve been caught up in Bleach, which if you haven’t seen, I’d also highly recommend.)

I’d recommend Outlaw Star if you liked Bebop. It’s not as good, and its first few episodes are definitely its best, but it’s a heck of a ride. Also, Trigun is worth watching if you’ve never seen it. Most of the anime I watch comes from Toonami, so I could also tell you that Samurai 7 is pretty good.

If you haven’t seen FLCL yet, don’t wait. Watch the dub, too. (you’ve already seen Bebop, so I felt the need to suggest my other favorite.)

Has anyone ever seen Eureka 7? I enjoy it well enough to make it my computer background, but I can’t quite figure it out. What did you guys think of it of you’ve seen it?

Also, I’ve been thinking of watching Mawaru Penguindrum. All the reviews of it I’ve read speak very highly of it, but I’m kinda hesitant to watch. Anybody seen it and want to comment?

Anyone know where I can watch Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood online for free? I don’t look forward to staying up late enough to watch it on TV (nor do I want to wait to watch it in order), Hulu only has the first 4 episodes dubbed, and Netflix starts at “part 3: episode 1” which I assume means season 3.

Any suggestions?

I would give a suggestion, but not many recent anime I watched has caught my attention for more than a couple episodes. Much of it is generic Harem, and I am all Harem’d out to be honest.

I intend on watching the first two Madoka Movies on Wednesday, and afterwards getting the new Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure and watching that.

And the rest of the Tales of Symphonia OVA’s and Negima OVA’s.

The only anime I’ve watched recently was the original Lupin the 3rd series on DVD.

It was pretty awesome, actually. I kept myself interested by only watching an episode a day. It really does get you pumped for the next one.

I’m really behind the times.

Unfortunately, I’m very poorly versed in anime. The only anime I’ve seen is the entirety of FMA (the regular), a couple of Cowboy Bebop episodes, and the first season of Death Note (and a good bit of Naruto, but let’s forget about that).

While I didn’t enjoy the more upbeat moments of FMA, I really liked the darker moments of the series. And I thoroughly liked Death Note, but I got a virus from the website I was watching it on, so I stopped. I can’t really comment on CB since I’ve seen so little of it, but it was fairly entertaining. People tell me I really need to see Stein’s Gate, but where I can do that is a mystery.

With all that in mind, if you want to pass me some recommendations, I might check them out if I have the time. However, I’m probably going to hate any anime with schoolgirls or an excessive amount of that head-growing business.

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