I have heard good things about this one. What did you like about it specifically? Any idea where I could find it online today?
I do not.
When I was High School, I watched some anime online, but eventually my interest petered off a fair bit.
I 'did watch Baccano! on some site, but that was 3-4 years ago, and I no longer recall the sites name.
Ended up buying the DVDs for Baccano! and Mobile Suit Gundam, though it was a gamble for the space flick, as I hadn't actually watched that one online yet.
I suppose I liked the. . Atmosphere, the setting of Baccano!, had interesting characters. Though the light novels continue on for a time more, I'm actually rather satisfied with the anime ending where it did. Kept it from feeling like 'too much I suppose. Instead the anime dealt with some specific time frames, and wrapped up nicely, even though the story continues on.
Felt suspenseful, some mystery, some anticipation and action, bit of comedy.
Not saying it's the best, but I liked it enough to buy it.
Mobile Suit Gundam. . . It's the appeal of original star wars in a way, I'd say. The DVDs I bought of that ended up being subtitle only versions, but I still enjoyed it.
I suppose I enjoyed how it was an epic and fantastical plot, but even with giant robots, it still felt like they were going for a realism aspect in it.
Was 'some bleakness in the show, but not so much that I felt desensitized and uncaring.
Black Lagoon felt that way after a bit, but perhaps that's due to it being one of the earlier amines I watched.
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I'd say again it was the realism aspect of Mobile Suit Gundam, the epic fantastical plot, interesting characters and scenes.
I've never watched Neon Genesis Evangelion, sounds 'too depressing, and 'too much a bent towards realism in some events and circumstance.
If it was the more lighthearted looking moments more, and not 'such crushing sounding distress and events, I might watch it. But it sounds too messed up for me at the moment.
Has nice music though,