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You know, after completing a series I often find myself lazing through the day wondering how I'm going to fill the void that was being taken up by the series I was enjoying. Often times, I grab as much fan-art as I can so I can always remember it.

What do you do when you complete a series you liked and miss it?

Picture: somewhat related. Just finished watching it today.
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dry my tears, I read the manga, the wiki of the anime, look up some seiyuu and interviews/info about the show and anything that exists from it
I add some songs to my giant playlist while playing eve online and see where it goes from there.
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add some songs from the anime*
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>Coping after completion
>not having so much backlog it feels overwhelming

Mostly because follow up seasons are announced for some of them.
I gotta say it feeels like I should get paid for this. It's kind of tiring.



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