I can go first. For anime, Mushishi and One Piece are tied for first for me.
The others are, in no particular order:
Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood
From the New World
Girl who Leapt Through Time
Beast Player Erin
Voices of a Distant Star
As far as Manga goes I really enjoyed Death Note, Claymore, and Gakuen Alice. I think all three are better in Manga form than in their anime form, if only because the plot had more room for the plot to grow as compared to their anime.1 AnswerComics & Animation2 years ago
Either general fantasy, scifi, or other genres that have strong aspects of fantasy or scifi in them and are completed with endings.
I've already seen these, so if you could recommend something besides them:
Mushishi, Serei no Moribito, Twelve Kingdoms, Madoka Magica, Princess Tutu, Ayashi no Ceres, Beast Player Erin, Spice and Wolf, Petite Princess Yucie, Kamisama Kiss, Spirited Away and most other fantasy Gibhli films, Children who Chase Lost Voices, Witch Hunter Robin, Wolf's Rain, Someday's Dreamers, Holic,Vampire Knight, Shiki, Hellsing Ultimate, Karin, Mermaid Forest, Rokka: Braves of the Six Flowers, Haibane Renmei, Zettai Shonen, Gakuen Alice, Into the Forest of Fireflies' Light, A Lull in the Sea
From the New World, Gundam Wing, Noein: To Your Other Self, Girl who Leapt Through Time, Stein's; Gate, Darker than Black, Psycho-Pass, Space Battleship Yamato, Night Head Genesis, Pale Cocoon, Time of Eve, Heroic Age, Fractale, Full Metal Panic, Ergo Proxy, Saikano, Level E, Ghost in the Shell, Karas, Ghost Hunt, Ghost Hound, Voices of a Distant Star, Dusk Maiden of Amnesia
Anime with strong elements of them
Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood, One Piece, Trigun, Soul Eater, One Punch Man, D.Gray-man, Kaze no Stigma, Claymore, Attack on Titan, Vision of Escaflowne, Future Diary, Mononoke, When They Cry, Another, Death Note3 AnswersComics & Animation4 years ago
Looking for an anime with good world building to watch. I'd rather it not have much ecchi, but other than that any genre is okay.
If it isn't too much trouble, you might check and make sure that the one you recommended isn't already on the list of anime I've seen (it's in alphabetical order, so you should be able to tell quickly). http://www.anime-planet.com/users/Akeath/anime
Thanks!5 AnswersComics & Animation7 years ago
Looking for a good romance, shoujo, or josei anime. Please don’t suggest ones where one partner treats the other like crap. I can't stand that.
Seen and liked: Ayashi no Ceres, Chihayafuru, Clannad, Don’t Leave me Alone Daisy, Fruits Basket, Gakuen Alice, Garden of Words, Girl who Leapt Through Time, Glass Mask, Hatsukoi Limited, Hiyokoi, Into the Forest of Fireflies’ Light, Kamisama Kiss, Kare Kano, Karin, Kimi ni Todoke, Lovely Complex, Mahou no Chocolate, My Bride is a Mermaid, Ouran High School Host Club, Peach Girl, Princess Tutu, Rose of Versailles, Rumbling Hearts, Saiunkoku Monogatari, School Rumble, Skip Beat, Vampire Knight, Venus to Mamoru, Voices of a Distant Star
Disliked: Boys Before Flowers, D.N. Angel, Familiar of Zero, Fate/Stay Night, Fushigi Yugi, Itazura na Kiss, Kaichou wa Maid-sama, Kimagure Orange Road, My Little Monster, RomeoxJuliet, Saikano, Say “I Love You”, Special A, Toradora, the Wallflower.
Thanks!3 AnswersComics & Animation7 years ago
What are your absolute favorite anime, the kind that would get a 10/10?
Voices of a Distant Star
What are yours?7 AnswersComics & Animation7 years ago
Please recommend some vampire anime.
I've already watched and liked:
Hellsing TV (I'm going to also watch the OVA once it is completely dubbed)
Hitsuji no Uta
Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust
Vampire Princess Miyu
I don't want there to be a lot of ecchi in it, so please don't recommend things like Rosario + Vampire and Dance in the Vampire Bund. Any other genre is okay, from horror to comedy etc, as long as vampires play a big role in the series.2 AnswersComics & Animation7 years ago
If possible, I'd like one where the couple feels compatible rather than always being at odds with each other and an anime that has finished running.
I do NOT want ones where one of the couple is really mean to the other (e.g. Toradora, Familiar of Zero).
Lovely Complex, His and Her Circumstances, Kamisama Kiss, Kimi ni Todoke, Skip Beat, Vampire Knight, Into the Forest of Fireflies' Light, Magical Chocolate, etc. would be nice.
Thanks!11 AnswersComics & Animation7 years ago
Can anyone recommend some good ones, preferably that are finished? Horror, action, comedy, shoujo, etc. are all fine as long as it is about vampires. The exception is ecchi, if it has lots of ecchi I'm not interested.
I've already watched and enjoyed:
Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust
Hitsuji no Uta
I've tried to watch but ended up dropping:
Rosario + Vampire3 AnswersComics & Animation8 years ago
I'm looking for a good fantasy with in depth world building along the lines of 12 Kingdoms, Seirei no Moribito, Vision of Escaflowne, Beast Player Erin, or Break Blade.
I'm not really looking for Shonen anime like Full Metal Alchemist or One Piece. Although, if you can't help but suggest those, at least suggest those and then some from the other category I asked for, and separate them so I know which is which. ;)2 AnswersComics & Animation8 years ago
1) Dwarf Neon Rainbows, Bristlenose Pleco, Panda Corydoras Catfish, Harlequin Rasboras, Espei Rasboras, Gold Tetras, Betta
2) Platies, Guppies
3) Dwarf Puffer, Volitans Lionfish, Honey Gourami, Pearl Gourami, Betta smaragdina
I also have Cherry Shrimp and an Olive Nerite snail. These are not fish, but still kept in aquariums full of water.7 AnswersFish9 years ago
Looking for a new anime to watch. I'd prefer under 75 or so episodes.
Here are my tastes.
Shounen Anime I've watched and like:
Full Metal Alchemist, D.Gray-Man, Trigun, Blood+, Claymore, Scryed, Twelve Kingdoms, Ayashi no Ceres
Shoujo Anime I like:
Fruits Basket, Ouran Highschool Host Club, Gakuen Alice, Voices of a Distant Star, Lovely Complex, His and Her Circumstances, Vampire Knight
Mystery and Suspense I like:
Monster, Deathnote, Boogiepop Phantom, When They Cry
Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu, Excel Saga, School Rumble
Gundam Wing, Vision of Escaflowne, Full Metal Panic
Slice of Life:
Girl who Leapt through time, Bamboo Blade
Hard to categorize, but really love:
Kino’s Journey, Now and Then Here and There, Gunslinger Girl, Mushi-shi, Princess Tutu6 AnswersComics & Animation10 years ago
The outdoor deck/balcony just built was accidentally stained, not only with indoor stain, but also with the color black walnut, when we wanted a much lighter color. As I understand it, since the stain goes deep into the wood, we can't sand it out. Is there any way we can still get the wood to look like wood with a light stain, or is the mistake irreparable?4 AnswersMaintenance & Repairs1 decade ago
I have a 75 gallon tank that I'd like to eventually put all of those fish in.
I was thinking 10 Neon Tetras, 10 Harlequin Rasboras, 8 Panda Cories, and 10 Marble Hatchetfish.5 AnswersFish1 decade ago
Can I satisfy stocking and schooling number requirements? (10 Gallons, Harlequin Rasboras and 1 Betta)?
I have an established 10 gallon tank with one Betta who has been in it for almost a year. He is quite mild tempered, and goes well with other fish. I've been looking for some community fish to put in with him, and have found that the Harlequin Rasbora species would be a great choice, not only temperament wise, but also because their water, temp, etc. requirements are practically identical.
My only problem is that these are schooling fish. From what I've researched so far, I'm hearing that there should be a minimum of 6 or 8 (I'm hearing mixed reviews on the exact number, so if you have an opinion on that I'd like to hear it). However, I'm concerned that 6-8 Harlequin Rasboras and 1 Betta (male, by the way) would be overstocking the 10 gallon.
Basically, I'm interested in knowing what you consider the minimum number of Harlequin Rasboras to keep together are, if I can fit that number in with the Betta without overstocking, and also if anyone has experiences they could share about keeping Bettas and Harlequin Rasboras together.2 AnswersFish1 decade ago
I've been dating my boyfriend for about a year and a half, and he's a real sucker for sentimentality. He absolutely loves doing things for Valentines, but this year neither of us have the money to go out to eat at an expensive restaurant, so we were thinking of doing something at home. We already plan on getting lots of chocolate and a candle lit dinner, what else can I do to make the evening special?
(And please, no sexual suggestions please).1 AnswerValentine's Day1 decade ago
I have had poor luck with my Platties. I'm fairly certain that it is because they have too much protein in a diet meant for a Betta, which I also have in the 10 gallon tank. Its all I can think of, because the temperature, water parameters, and everything else is perfect and they aren't showing signs of any common diseases. For the past 3 days, I've been scooping my Betta up for feeding time in the little cup I got him in, feeding him, and putting him back within 5 minutes. He has already gotten to where he swims into the cup as soon as he sees it, for his food. Meanwhile, I feed the Platties some tropical flakes, and put him in when everyone is done eating. Is this okay, or will it be harmful to my Betta fish to continue this? He's never out of the water, or captured by a net.16 AnswersFish1 decade ago