Going to the 27th screening down at The Waterfront? Want to meet up before/after the show? Leave a comment and a place to meet up. See you there!!
4 years agocrschweigert
Before college, my opinion of anime was what you watched on Saturday morning. My friends in college showed me some anime movies, but it wasn't until RWBY that I realized how much of an impact this artform can be. From the fans to the unbelievable fight scenes to characters I actually cared about.
Thank You Monty for sharing with the world your talent, your imagination and your support for artists. You shall be missed.
5 years agocrschweigert
My first anime had to be Pokemon. I saw the first movie, read the Pokedex book, bought the cards, watched the series on video (we didn't have cable), and of course played the games. From then until I graduated from grade school I've always thought anime was something you watched on Saturday mornings (Digimon, Metabots, Kirby, Sonic X) and therefore something for kids. Then in college, a friend of mine showed me some anime movies, and then I thought anime could be adult themed, but it can get very bizarre; still not for me. Now after experiencing RWBY, I am really impressed. Anime can have great action, good story, and voice acting that doesn't sound like nails on a chalkboard. Granted, this series has been explained as "anime inspired", but I'm still curious about what I could be missing.
So, my question to you is: What series could a noob like me possibly get into? It would have to be something that is not too out there, or make me feel like a total perv (I'm looking at you Sailor Moon). Something that has a good balance between drama and action. Leave your suggestion and a brief description. Thanks!!!
BTW, could someone please explain why in anime you get a nosebleed when something turns you on. Usually, blood is flowing somewhere else. BOW CHICKA BOW WOW!!! (Sorry, I couldn't resist)
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