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Misatouki

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About Misatouki

  • Rank
    Vega
  • Birthday 04/14/1993

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  • Favourite Wrestler
    Austin Aries
  • Star (Zodiac) Sign
    Aries
  • Favourite Wrestling Company
    PWG
  • Orientation
    Straight
  • Playstation Network ID
    TheMisatouki

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    Male
  • Location
    Seattle, Washington
  1. I might be surprised by Hero Academia, like I was with One Punch Man, but I'm still not expecting much. With Mayoiga, I'm just following it because the summary sounded interesting, but I expect it to be a series I'll likely drop. Kiznaiver is the only one I'm hyped for. Loved KLK, so I have high hopes for this one. I'm gonna give Bungou Stray Dogs a shot, once I'm a little less busy later today.
  2. A couple of anime maybe worth watching are Boku no Hero Academia and Mayoiga. Kiznaiver airs in Japan in two days, so expect the first episode to be subbed elsewhere on Sunday.
  3. The thing about the entire series was, it teased things as red herrings, and then the reveal was that they weren't actually red herrings. It was such a basic ending. Not that I entirely blame them on that, because the final manga didn't even come out until like two or three weeks before the final episode. But still, those last two/three episodes really sucked the interest of that anime for me.
  4. ^I always get titles for From the New World and The World God Only Knows mixed up. It's interesting going into one, and expecting it to be the other. So, how about that amazing ending to Boku dake ga Inai Machi? So awesome, am I right?
  5. Man, episode 11 of ERASED felt like an odd filler...
  6. Fly Shit Only and Percocet & Stripper Joint are alright, but yeah, I'm not into Future either. Anyway, I'm really digging untitled 05 right now!
  7. I've been vibing to DOOM a lot lately. Made a whole playlist with dudes like FloFilz, J-Zen, Rejjie Snow, nujabes, Kid Abstrakt and Revolutionary Rhythm, some Quest, and OutKast. Recently found this dude, I like it. Also, Pablo was a wack album. I was hyped with tracks like Wolves and All Day, but they weren't even on there (at least the original Wolves with Vic Mensa and Sia). Real Friends was good, but everything else was forgettable. Just another Yeezus, where the hype was much better than the actual album. So, I made this in honor of that album, and election season: http://40.media.tumblr.com/d9a4badbe5661ebd36b4d790785817cb/tumblr_o2qeb9BcPg1uvbvhyo1_1280.png
  8. Currently, Boku dake ga Inai Machi has really caught my attention. It also kinda reminds me of Steins;Gate (one of my all time favorites) with a certain part regarding the story, so that also helps.
  9. I like K-ON!, can't say I remember Infinite Stratos. I know I've seen it, but I couldn't tell you the plot of it even if my life depended on it, aside from mechs MAYBE being involved? I recently finished up a re-watch of Cowboy Bebop and Samurai Champloo. Finally got around to watching Space Dandy, and it was alright for what it is. One Punch Man was a good show, I look forward to the second season. I finally got around to finishing up Kill la Kill about a month ago. Still keeping up with the Monotagari series, and I look forward to the movie. Besides that, not much else that's actually recent.
  10. I like to make comments sound more serious than how I actually feel. I don't remember your taste in anime, so it can't have all been that bad for me to have forgotten. Pfft, I hardly even watch PWG as it is nowadays, let alone any other wrestling stuff. Nice try, bud, I missed you too.
  11. What a bunch of losers. Boku dake ga Inai Machi/ERASED is cool.
  12. Meh, it sounded more like you were trying correcting him. K-ON! is the best. You do not get better than K-ON!! Well, you could, but it'd be a different genre of anime.
  13. It's Infinite Stratos. It's just a sucky psuedo-mecha ecchi anime. Also, 13 episodes is hardly a short anime, especially for one like that. Look at anime like Bakemonogatari, where the longest season is 15 episodes long, while Nisemonogatari is 11, NekoBlack is four, and NekoWhite is five. None of those felt too short, despite (being a big fan of the series, plus) the large collection of manga the series is based from. With anime, I've learned that if it felt too short, it just wasn't that good. Some anime capitalize perfectly with only six episodes (Katanagatari), while some that are the general 24-30 episodes feel long enough without the need of pointless fillers. However many episodes an anime gets, there shouldn't be any excuse as to why it felt too short. I have a lot of anime in my collection that are 13 episodes long and none of them felt too short. /rant
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