... I been out the loop for a min.
Yeah, years back I had a nice collection,and then Ny brother pawned like all my shit, and I was like DAMN.
Wicked City starts slow and I tell you what!! the action picks up after that. Something I could watch over and over.
I know evertyone SAW Ninja Scroll, That cult classic to me.
Rage_Proletaire said:Oba Richards said:... I been out the loop for a min.
I have a copy of Wicked City somewhere, but nothing more than that. I couldn't get into that movie for some reason. =(
I'm working on Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood now. I'm trying to get through the first 15 episodes that are basically an exact repeat of what happened in the first series.
Moyo said:lol we almost have the same taste :)
Bleach(If possible only the soul society arc)
Full Metal Alchemist:Brotherhood
Hellsing(have that already)
Ruruoni Kenshi(Have this too)
Full Metal Alchemist
Full Metal Panic
Elfen Lied(although one of the lead characters is totally annoying when her personality flips)
If you're a fan of classic 80s anime on the comedy side, I guess the Ranma collection would be worth collecting, especially the manga which actually ran a while longer than the series itself. FLCL is another thing I would grab because of its short run and overall humor. Akira is another thing to grab, especially if you want to remember what made the anime so great before it was butt-fucked by American studios. (I have the original Orion print VHS). I actually enjoyed Death Note even though I know a lot of people who hated it. It was just refreshing to see an anime series on US screens that wasn't about fighting tops or cards and I actually liked the style and music used in the show. Gintama is another funny series that I found through my on demand previews and if you like weird, random anime, this one is for you.
As far as manga is going, my collection is growing slowly even though I am finding new titles; I am a HUGE fan of Yostuba&! (from the makers of Azumanga Daioh) which is the sweetest thing I have ever read. Even for all the huge amounts of tits and ass, I actually have collected the mind-fuck skater series known as Air Gear (I couldn't even explain it if I tried) and I am also a big fan of Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei. I would suggest Hetalia if you're into silly political parodies but seeing as Tokyo Pop is folding, I don't know what to say about the manga series even though Funimation has been releasing the anime (the manga is funnier to me even though there is the original online version and the redrawn version which was done for print)
Most of the series I actually want to collect have never really gotten a decent American release (Dr. Slump, Cased Closed/Detective Conan) and/or extremely hard to find. I do know that a lot of older series are being released soon which means both their manga and anime counterparts will be up for sale again.
Ouran Host Club- hilarious
Yu Yu Hakasho