I'm sure you've all gotten time to reflect by now.
Your personal AotY 2013, go.
You posted it.
Nothing last year left a large enough enough impression on me to just choose one. there were a few good shows but that's about it
Must have been one above the others though.
Best taste coming through
Dog x Scissors
Honestly there wasn't any that was above the others personally. there were series i enjoyed but nothing i can point to and say this is my AOTY
Me as well
I was rather disappointed. Same with Noragami this season.
Aku no Hana is my AOTY.
NNB, anyone who thinks otherwise has taste that's more shit than a ten-year old who's browsing the MAL forums for the second time after watching his first anime while literally eating a turd
NNB, and i hate that most people seemed to agree.
Mine too. It just beat out Kyousougiga.
I don't understand. It was pretty much a slide show with voices/picture drama. Why are people calling NNB an anime?
All anime are slideshows, anon.
Iyashikei, look it up.
>and i hate that most people seemed to agree
are you 10 years old yourself? eat a dick, faggot
That sounds like most anime.
No, because now the mention of it brings shitposters like >>100763175, something most SoLs tend to avoid.
I am right there with you anon
>I'm sure you've all gotten time to reflect by now. Your personal AotY 2013
The final choice would be from a pool of enjoyable anime airing at least one full cour or completing a cour of all new episodes in 2013's originating television schedule which are: Attack on Titan, Arpeggio of Blue Steel, Detective Conan, Kill la Kill, LoGH orizon, One Piece, Super Battleship Yamato 2199.
Of these, the show that consistently had the most frequent number of highly entertaining episodes is Kill la Kill. The show that required the most plot exercise and thinking is Detective Conan hands down. The show that had the strongest character moments was Attack on Titan followed by Arpeggio of Blue Steel.
Overall, I would choose Kill la Kill not just because I enjoyed all of its varied episode themes, but because it was a strong return to anime that tried to tell a story without having a plot that was heavily influence by the need to sell merchandise or licenses such as Pretty Cure whose characters even adopt body positions in order to satisfy licensing requirements by certain vendors. Ugh. Neither the plot nor the pacing of a show should be dictated by needs of merchandising and license sales. Kill la Kill seems to be the purest cleanest anime in that sense.
So much shit taste it hurts to read.