It's always a good time to work on your backlog.
Why not find a nice, relaxing show on it and enjoy yourself for a while?
Can't decide if I should attempt to get caught up on KLK or watch Outbreak Company.
On one hand, I actually enjoy Outbreak Company. On the other hand, I like talking about currently airing shows even if I don't like the show itself that much.
Or I could catch up on the manga backlog too, I guess.
My backlog has Valvrave in it.
Let us suffer together.
My backlog consists of 72 shows.
Why the fuck would anyone watch Vulvarape now, without /a/.
Also watch Fantastic Children bitches
I guess now is a good time to finally pick up Mushishi, with S2 incoming and whatnot.
Or watch S1, then fill out the rest with your own imagination.
Is Natsume worth the four seasons?
I only watch one ongoing series (Kill la Kill because I'm a pleb) right now so I work on my backlog most of the time
I have 62 shows on my backlog. Most of it is probably shit and I don't even know from where to start.
That's also on the backlog and I'm not sure why I would. I just want to get to the point where I'm so sick of it that I can decisively drop it and move on to greener pastures. At this point I'm still vaguely entertained by it, but I'm not even finished with the first cour yet. I usually watch it while getting ready in the morning.
I think that last point I was at when watching with /a/ was "L-Elf rolls a natural 20" was happening.
Depends on what you're looking for.
3-episode rule it.
That was in my backlog for a long time. Like Baccano, it's hard to digest the first few episodes, but then it really starts to pick up.
Have you considered alphabetical order?
I have trouble motivating myself to watch anime. I watch anime like two days a week, a bunch of episodes in a row.
Much easier to read.
>not loving Baccano from the start
I was sold in the very first scene, in fact. Do people just have an issue with non-linear storytelling?
Or chronological. Start with old shows and work your way until current ones.
Not him, but I think the first episode is kinda meh honestly, it definitely picks up from the second ep
It's growing, it'll devour me one day.
Trying to finish The Candidate for Goddess after having seen an episode during the single time it aired on Toonami or [as] or whatever years and years ago.
My viewing options were:
>fugly ass horrible green-subs in a weird font, large watermark, and shit video quality
>okay video quality, but with the terribad early 00s dub and with piss yellow subs for some reason
So I'm watching the dub.
Every episode brings me so much pain.
I'm halfway through Kaiba, and I'm not sure what to think about it. The OST is magic though.
I guess I just really liked Gustav and Carol.
I can't get my excitement up high enough to start a new backlog series and my current ones are too long and hard to watch to go any faster.
My backlog is just not going away.
What I'm really looking for is a series that's like a SoL about the bath house in Spirited Away or mirror kyoto in Kyousou Giga
Natsume is one of my favourite shows
Backlogs don't go away. I look at mine as a pool of series I can pick up from when I feel like watching something. I stopped thinking about completing it long ago.
Natsume is kind of like Mushishi I guess, except it's usually slightly more positive and has a few more recurring characters. It's just a kid who sees youkai and the things that happen as he encounters them and tries to regain his trust in people after a shit childhood.
Some of the episodes are 10/10 if you ask me.
Most episodes are okay-good, then others are absolutely god-tier and memorable for years to come. If you want to be relaxed, this show is the right choice, not to mention the OST is one of the most beautiful and fitting I've seen in anime.
I won't recommend to watch all the four seasons in one go though.
I have wached a few episodes of Aria, does anything acually happen in this series?
Correct me if I'm mistaken, but Aria is supposed to be iyashikei.
I don't think anything of note is supposed to happen.
It's SoL and it's a masterpiece
I mean, the girls do grow up a decent amount (in terms of character, not visible age). Which is more than you can say for many SoL.
things do happen in the first and third season though. nothing happens in the second season