I'm not that into anime in general. Filthy casual at best.
My taste-range generally consists of anime that impress me visually and thematically. Anything desu-desu-desu is kind of annoying and pointless, in my opinion. Enjoy it if you find it interesting!
My favorites to date are:
>>Blue Submarine No. 6
>>Le Chevalier D'Eon
>>and a few others.
Are there anime out there that fit into similar veins as the ones I've listed that might interest me? Anything you've seen you care to discuss that have similar ideas or philosophies?
Writing the list down, I feel like the anime that impress me usually have a deeper concept. Although, RedLine doesn't really fit there, it was visually impressive and didn't drag that art style out for 20+ episodes.
Thanks for reading!
Boku no Pico.
Boku no Pico (ぼくのぴこ Boku no Piko?, lit. My Pico) is a Japanese series of adult shotacon anime OVAs produced by Natural High designed to appeal to the homosexual male market. The producer has described it as "the world's first" shotacon anime, although the series could also be categorized as a cross dressing hentai anime. The series consists of three episodes, as well as a one-shot manga chapter, an upcoming computer game and a video compilation of songs. Because of the high cost of producing anime, the characters and contents were intensively product-tested before production began.
You've been trolled.
>Boku no Pico (ぼくのぴこ Boku no Piko, lit. Pico's Deconstruction) is a is a critically acclaimed and award-winning OVA series produced in 2006 by Madhouse (Hellsing Ultimate, Death Note, Paranoia Agent, The Animatrix), written by Hiromu Arakawa (Fullmetal Alchemist) and directed by Nakamura Kenji (Big O, Serial Experiments Lain, Mononoke). The series consists of three episodes, as well as a one-shot manga chapter, an upcoming computer game and a video compilation of the highly acclaimed music by Yoko Kanno, The Pillows and a bonus video with the ED by Kalafina. Because of the high cost of producing anime, the characters and contents were intensively product-tested before production began. The series explores several philosophical concepts including existentialism, loneliness, and the struggle humans experience while growing up in an ever changing world.
>The series also references battles from wars like the Anglo-Spanish wars and the Franco-Prussian wars.
>Despite it having certain adult content hidden, it's actually an enjoyable watch for everyone, kids included, and it can be described as a light hearted series despite it having so much military content. The ending is considered bittersweet and mind-blowing by the critics and most of the fanbase.
Was wikipedia changed again?
Omg that was gayest thing I've ever watched wtf /a/?