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#1 Jul 05 2010 at 4:51 PM Rating: Good
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Is anyone checking out the new series? So far I've seen the first episodes for: Amagami SS, Ookami-san, and High School of the Dead.

Amagami SS seems like it could be pretty good, if you're into romance anime series. Ookami-san's first episode was pretty meh, it could develop into something better, but I'm not betting on it.
High School of the Dead, while the animation is nice, all I'm seeing is stereotypical zombies, with added fanservice.

So, has anyone else checked out a new series? Thoughts on the ones I listed? (I'm not sure what else was supposed to be starting this season).

Edited to add: I'll be following the three I listed, at least until I decide whether they're worth watching (probably 4-5 episodes in).

Edited, Jul 9th 2010 11:48pm by Kirby
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#2 Jul 05 2010 at 6:05 PM Rating: Decent
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I wanted to check out high school of the dead i think ima do so right now.


Highschool of the Dead @#%^ing rocks i love this kinda of anime full of gore n bouncy boobs lol



Edited, Jul 5th 2010 8:33pm by YoGix

I might check out Amagami SS i never watched a romance anime so i'll see how it goes.

Edited, Jul 5th 2010 8:38pm by YoGix
#3 Jul 05 2010 at 6:41 PM Rating: Good
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I watched the first episode of Ookami-san to Shichinin no Nakamatachi. I was not really impressed but I will give it a few more episodes before judging it.

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Honestly, lately I have not followed new series at all. However, I do plan on keeping up with Strike Witches 2 which starts up on Wednesday. Other than that though, I'm still catching up on old series.
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#5 Jul 05 2010 at 8:29 PM Rating: Good
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Oh right, I'd forgotten about Strike Witches.

The first season was entertaining at least, so I'll make sure to watch season 2.
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#6 Jul 05 2010 at 9:51 PM Rating: Good
I'm surprised High School of the Dead got animated, considering the manga has been on hiatus for a couple years now. Manga was good, I'll check out the Anime.
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#8 Jul 06 2010 at 12:10 AM Rating: Good
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I've been wanting to check out High School of the Dead since I first read about it on TVTropes, and someone is simulcasting it now(I want to say Anime Network, though I can't get on Facebook here at work to confirm).

And Vataro, where you gonna watch Strike Witches 2? PM me if the means is less than on the up and up.
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#9 Jul 06 2010 at 12:23 AM Rating: Good
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I'd heard good things about the first season, so I figured I should mention Kurosh*tsuji II. I've seen about half the first season, and it's ok, but I don't know if I'll watch the second.

Just watched some new Black Lagoon episode the other day. Not really sure what that is about (is this a 3rd season? just a mini-series extension?), but I've always liked Black Lagoon, so I'll be watching what comes out.

I know it's not a series (I think), but more than anything, I'm excited to see the Black Rock Shooter OVA.

Just now, I see a new show called Occult Academy. Any idea if this is supposed to be a good show? I'll probably check it out in a little bit.
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#10 Jul 06 2010 at 12:32 AM Rating: Good
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Just watched some new Black Lagoon episode the other day. Not really sure what that is about (is this a 3rd season? just a mini-series extension?), but I've always liked Black Lagoon, so I'll be watching what comes out.
Looks to be a "side" story, not really a new season with 5 30min episodes.

I found myself kind of confused about the story in the first episode, dunno if it was the subs I used, or the way the episode unfolded.

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#11 Jul 06 2010 at 1:27 AM Rating: Decent
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Ragoon things were announced as an OVA. Don't know why you'd think it was a new season or something like that.
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The One and Only Poldaran wrote:
I've been wanting to check out High School of the Dead since I first read about it on TVTropes, and someone is simulcasting it now(I want to say Anime Network, though I can't get on Facebook here at work to confirm).

And Vataro, where you gonna watch Strike Witches 2? PM me if the means is less than on the up and up.


I was hoping to use Strike Subs since they did the subs of the first season that I watched (and I thought they were good), although I haven't actually heard if they're doing season 2 they were formed in the process of doing the first season so I assume they'll want to continue. We'll have to see.
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Less then impressed with High School of the Dead. I mean it's really cool, like when the girls were running along and all BFF then backstabs the other girl and gets eaten anyways. But I think the ecchi gets in the way of things. I did not need the camera aimed at her skirt the whole time while she was fighting off the zombie. The panty shot in the scene I mentioned previously. I think it could've been really good.

Planning on watching Amagami SS and Ookami-san. Seikimatsu Occult Gakuin is another I want to see.
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#14 Jul 07 2010 at 1:11 PM Rating: Good
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Vataro wrote:
The One and Only Poldaran wrote:
I've been wanting to check out High School of the Dead since I first read about it on TVTropes, and someone is simulcasting it now(I want to say Anime Network, though I can't get on Facebook here at work to confirm).

And Vataro, where you gonna watch Strike Witches 2? PM me if the means is less than on the up and up.


I was hoping to use Strike Subs since they did the subs of the first season that I watched (and I thought they were good), although I haven't actually heard if they're doing season 2 they were formed in the process of doing the first season so I assume they'll want to continue. We'll have to see.

Crunchyroll just announced that they're adding Strike Witches 2 to their summer lineup. Wootage!
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I just saw the first ep of Seikimatsu Occult Gakuin, it was pretty good looking forward to the rest of it.

just finish the first ep of Nurarihyon no Mago this also looks promising

Edited, Jul 7th 2010 7:55pm by YoGix
#16 Jul 07 2010 at 7:37 PM Rating: Good
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Just finished watching the first episode of Seitokai Yakuindomo. It looks like your typical school life/comedy/harem anime but the dialog can be a bit disturbing to say the least. I actually watched two different subs cause I couldn't believe some of the thing they were saying. If you like schoolgirls talking about tampon and anal masturbation this anime might be for you.
#17 Jul 09 2010 at 3:39 PM Rating: Good
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Just watched Seitokai Yakuindomo and, it's based entirely around one liners. The Occult one, good first episode. Amagami I wasn't sure what to think about till watching the 2nd episode, and it improved. Nurihyon, seems pretty typical. Ookami's pretty good.

There's a spring one I was watching, RAINBOW- Nisha Rokubo no Shichinin and while it can be pretty dark it adds up to be pretty good. The voice actor for Rokurouta I've been hearing a lot of recently. First time I remember him is from ah the name slips me. It was about him forgetting who he was then leading the village into a rebellion that eventually lead him to be the king of the country. They rode on raptors. Anyways, he was the main character, and there were a couple other smaller parts he's done in other animes.
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#18 Jul 09 2010 at 8:07 PM Rating: Excellent
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There's a spring one I was watching, RAINBOW- Nisha Rokubo no Shichinin and while it can be pretty dark it adds up to be pretty good. The voice actor for Rokurouta I've been hearing a lot of recently. First time I remember him is from ah the name slips me. It was about him forgetting who he was then leading the village into a rebellion that eventually lead him to be the king of the country. They rode on raptors. Anyways, he was the main character, and there were a couple other smaller parts he's done in other animes.
Rikiya Koyoma?

He's been a lot of series, and I'm not really in the mood to search through all of them Smiley: tongue

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#19 Jul 09 2010 at 11:36 PM Rating: Good
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Kirby the Eccentric wrote:
manicshock wrote:
There's a spring one I was watching, RAINBOW- Nisha Rokubo no Shichinin and while it can be pretty dark it adds up to be pretty good. The voice actor for Rokurouta I've been hearing a lot of recently. First time I remember him is from ah the name slips me. It was about him forgetting who he was then leading the village into a rebellion that eventually lead him to be the king of the country. They rode on raptors. Anyways, he was the main character, and there were a couple other smaller parts he's done in other animes.
Rikiya Koyoma?

He's been a lot of series, and I'm not really in the mood to search through all of them Smiley: tongue

Edited, Jul 9th 2010 8:09pm by Kirby


Bingo. The reason I couldn't find it was because it was taken off the site I watched it on. Utawarerumono is the name.

Edited, Jul 10th 2010 2:15am by manicshock
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#20 Jul 11 2010 at 4:24 PM Rating: Excellent
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One show I didn't see mentioned here from this season was Mitsudomoe.

I actually overlooked this show when I first noticed it because the story didn't appeal to me, but since then, I heard a lot of good things about it. After watching the first two episodes, I have to recommend it as a good comedy.

The show is about three sisters (triplets) in the 6th grade. The first is evil and very sadistic (she'll do something nice, only so she can create despair later). The second sister is good natured and very strong, but clumsy and extremely perverted (draws pictures of breasts). The last sister is very quiet and gloomy, usually keeping to herself and always seen holding a book, but she's also the scariest of the bunch.

So far, both episodes have followed a similar format: 4 separate stories, each disconnected and with their own theme.

I found the show very funny (but I have a weird sense of humor) and worth watching if you like silliness.
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I thought it was pretty cool to see that High School of The Dead was turning into an anime. I've been reading the manga for awhile and I'm wondering if I should go check it out. Alas, that is the only new anime I actually recognize. I'll have to watch some random stuff, maybe I'll get lucky and like something. /shrug
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Now that I had the time to sample most of the new series for this season, here's my thoughts on each of them.


High school of the dead: Zombies, pantie shots, gore, zombies, boobs, more zombies... how could it go wrong? good potential and nice animation as a bonus.

Stream on Anime Network


Ookami-san to Shichinin no Nakamatachi: Episodic, very little character development,lack of a main plot, stereotypical character and the narration is really getting on my nerves. Will probably drop it soon.



Strike Witches 2: Direct sequel to the first season and still no pants. More of the same so if you liked season one, give it a try.

Stream on Crunchyroll



Shiki: New neighbors, a remote town, cicadas, mysterious death... sounds familiar? There's a distinct Higurashi feel to this one. I'll need more episodes for a better idea of where this is going but looks promising.


Stream on Funimation



Amagami SS: Romance anime based on a dating sim, not much to say here. If you like romance you might like this one but I'm worried of their idea of doing the story from the perspective of the different love interest without a central plot. We'll have to wait and see.



Mitsudomoe: School/comedy. Got some potential, made me chuckled a few times during the first 2 episodes. Although they are in 6th grade (but look like 5 years old) The humor is definitely adult. Makes me think of a mix between Lucky star and K-on with violence and crude humor.



Seitokai Yakuindomo: One-liner, adult humor centered around sexual inuendo, very little character development, no central plot... serious candidate to be dropped soon but some might like it.




So that's pretty much it for what I will be following this season. I still have Seikimatsu Occult Gakuin to check out but the 2 main contender for keeping my interest till the end are Shiki and Highschool of the dead while I will probably give a serious chance to Mitsudomoe. The rest will probably be dropped at some point unless they drastically improve over the next few episodes.
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Anyone seen this one yet? It's called Shukufuku_no_Campanella and I'm kind of curious. The art looks cute, atleast. I'll give it a try later.

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Anyone seen this one yet? It's called Shukufuku_no_Campanella and I'm kind of curious. The art looks cute, atleast. I'll give it a try later.



Couldn't get past the first 10 minutes. So far its got the worst critic of all the new anime this season.


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#26 Jul 22 2010 at 12:22 AM Rating: Decent
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It's my rule not to watch an anime until it's finished. But.. I might have to break that.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vAavGv-OzXY

It's like god damn audio porn.
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#27 Jul 22 2010 at 12:47 AM Rating: Good
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Amagami is totally worth the watch (3 episodes in).

Also, I literally burst out laughing in episode 3 (spoiler: Miya is the cause).
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#28 Jul 22 2010 at 6:19 PM Rating: Good
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I dropped Ookami-san 3 episodes in. I know episode 4 is out now, but I have no interest in watching it.

It just felt like a pile of meh to me.


I can't wait for Amagami SS 4 to be subbed, and I'm still following High School of the Dead, stereotypical as it is.
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#29 Aug 23 2010 at 5:50 PM Rating: Good
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A little update:

I'm still watching Amagami SS, because as olde as romance series are, I find this one fresh enough to keep me interested.
Oh, and finding out which female body part the main character will kiss in each arc is kinda awesome.

Ookami-san has been off my "Currently Watching list" for a while, no interest in catching up on it.

I just dropped High School of the Dead (Haven't seen Episode 8). Fan service in this series is way overdone, with the plot being incredibly cliche.

I watched the Legend of Koizumi OVA for some reason. I don't know why, really. It's about world leaders duking it out in Mahjong.
I lol'd, so I guess it was worth the watch.

Oh, and of course, still watching K-on!! season 2. Only 6 more episodes until the moe blob series is done.

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#30 Aug 24 2010 at 10:16 AM Rating: Good
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I just dropped High School of the Dead (Haven't seen Episode 8). Fan service in this series is way overdone, with the plot being incredibly cliche.
So its faithful to the manga.
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#31 Aug 24 2010 at 11:52 AM Rating: Good
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Shows how much I read manga :D
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I'm still watching Amagami SS, because as olde as romance series are, I find this one fresh enough to keep me interested.


It must be all the segued hails.
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So, I get the idea from looking at Instanz.net's main page that the new season has started. Anything of interest this time around? Personally looking at 'Yosuga no Sora' and 'Oreimo', I might check these out... It's been ages since I've watched any anime. I've even stopped watching Bleach in favor of the manga...
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#34 Oct 08 2010 at 6:10 PM Rating: Good
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Arakawa under the Bridge x Bridge (it's just the second season, nothing new, but I recommend the series)

I'll probably watch the second season of "Toaru Majutsu no Index" as well since I saw the first.

Only real new show I've checked out was "Kami nomi zo Shiru Sekai" or "World Only God Knows." I mainly checked it out because I was curious and I doubt I'll keep watching due its unappealing plot, but I'm glad I watched it. Why? It has a great opening song. Thinking back, the show kind of reminds me of Code Geass, but applied in a different approach...

I want to check out "Fortune Arterial," but haven't gotten to it yet.


I can't believe I forgot to mention it...

IRON MAN ANIME WOOOOOO

...it doesn't look as bad as the Wolverine one.

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So, I get the idea from looking at Instanz.net's main page that the new season has started. Anything of interest this time around?
Sora No Otoshimono Forte seems pretty good so far.
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I'm finding it really hard to watch any anime lately. I just came to the conclusion that most of the best anime are based on manga, so why not read the manga? Why risk an anime series leaving out important manga plot points or adding needless filler? Why risk an anime not lasting until the manga end and cutting off early with a filler ending? Why not read the manga and get a much more condensed story saving on time? Why not read the manga and get the latest story as it happens rather than months or years later?

It's been bugging me too much. I have to screen anime series too thoroughly now before watching them.

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Yeah, but for some series, it's all about the voice acting and soundtracks.

You can't say the manga for Azumanga Daioh is better than the anime.
Well, you can, but then I'd have to cut you.


At this stage in my anime-watching-ness, I find it easier keeping up with new series, than finding olde torrents and hoping the download was worth it.

Not that I don't find occasional awesome series.
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You can't say the manga for Azumanga Daioh is better than the anime.
Well, you can, but then I'd have to cut you.
I could be wrong, but I don't think Azumanga is Allegory's kind of anime.

Have to agree with you on the initial sentence though. Some anime really seems like it would be much less worthwhile as a manga just because of the effect the acting and music have on you. Clannad, for instance.
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It's been bugging me too much. I have to screen anime series too thoroughly now before watching them.

Two reasons. 1. Animation, some things are just better animation. Gaara vs Rock Lee fight for example. 2. Alternate storytelling. NHK is a decent example, even though I haven't gotten around to reading the manga yet. The anime is good, and definitely worth watching imo. But even then, after watching it you can read the manga and get a whole new viewpoint- since it's different.

But yeah, I can understand the whole filler ending thing. Soul Eater is a great example. The last 2 episodes were utter pieces of sh*t. So bad that it was actually the catalyst for getting me to read manga. I'm still glad I watched the anime though, because up until that point it was superb.
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But yeah, I can understand the whole filler ending thing. Soul Eater is a great example. The last 2 episodes were utter pieces of sh*t. So bad that it was actually the catalyst for getting me to read manga. I'm still glad I watched the anime though, because up until that point it was superb.


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It's been bugging me too much. I have to screen anime series too thoroughly now before watching them.

Two reasons. 1. Animation, some things are just better animation. Gaara vs Rock Lee fight for example. 2. Alternate storytelling. NHK is a decent example, even though I haven't gotten around to reading the manga yet. The anime is good, and definitely worth watching imo. But even then, after watching it you can read the manga and get a whole new viewpoint- since it's different.

But yeah, I can understand the whole filler ending thing. Soul Eater is a great example. The last 2 episodes were utter pieces of sh*t. So bad that it was actually the catalyst for getting me to read manga. I'm still glad I watched the anime though, because up until that point it was superb.


Thanks for reminding me of NHK. I really need to read that. @#%^! Now I've got "Puru Puru Pururin" stuck in my head. Smiley: banghead

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Kirby the Eccentric wrote:
Yeah, but for some series, it's all about the voice acting and soundtracks.

You can't say the manga for Azumanga Daioh is better than the anime.
Well, you can, but then I'd have to cut you.


At this stage in my anime-watching-ness, I find it easier keeping up with new series, than finding olde torrents and hoping the download was worth it.

Not that I don't find occasional awesome series.


I agree for some series. I enjoyed Higurashi No Naku Koro Ni a hell of a lot more as an anime than a manga. The sounds really make the difference. Same with Ouran High School Host club. Without the voices attached to the characters, it's terrible.

Obviously both were in Japanese with English subs. Edward Elric's voice coming out of Tamaki's character is just TOO messed up.
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It saddened me to watch the end of Strike Witches 2.


I hope they decide to work around and make another, or a spin off series. I mean, who will fight the war on pants now?!
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It saddened me to watch the end of Strike Witches 2.


I hope they decide to work around and make another, or a spin off series. I mean, who will fight the war on pants now?!


Agreed. Although they definitely set themselves up for a spinoff... I just don't know if it will be as good.
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I just dropped High School of the Dead (Haven't seen Episode 8). Fan service in this series is way overdone, with the plot being incredibly cliche.
So its faithful to the manga.


It certainly helps that the artist does more pornographic works than non-pornographic ones.
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