Anime isn't really my thing. I've experienced a handful of them from start to finish. Clannad, Toradora, True Tears, Elfen Lied (ow the edge) and just now I finished Sakurasou.
I've come to the conclusion that I really like anime in this style/theme. The light hearted, good humoured shit that's written well enough to get your tears flowing and to keep you on your toes. I vividly remember crying during Clannad and Clannad After Story, and almost crying like a child with Toradora. The 23rd episode of Sakurasou just had me in tears, and there have been a few ones of joy in the finale.
My issue is that I don't know where to go from here. I've tried googling around for shit similar to Sakurasou/Clannad/Toradora, but I trust f/a/tguys more than I do illiterate otakus on yahoo or narutodick forums.
Other than the aforementioned Chinese cartoons, are there any other worthwhile cartoons similar to Sakurasou/Clannad/Toradora? I need a fix. I've started and can't stop.
What the fuck how has there been nothing on a season 2 for this masterpiece? I might pick up the LN's, but the art direction of the animu really appeals to me.
tldr recommend me shit that is similar to Sakurasou, i'm a retarded manbabby and my folder full of recommendation images isn't getting me anywhere.
Not gonna spoonfeed you but I'll just say that I felt pretty much the same way after watching both Toradora and Sakurasou.
I'll just say that you should look into some good manga series that'll give you the same sorta fix.
Boku no Pico.
On-ongoing Nagi no Asukara might interest you.
>Anime isn't really my thing
Then get the fuck off /a/.
Sakurasou is awful.
Recommendation threads aren't allowed.
Please kill yourself.
boku no pico
Watch AnoHana. If you liked Clannad you might like it, but here it's kind of hated because it's popular.
Do check Steins;Gate
Tora and Clannad were going to be my recommendations, but you've already covered them. The recommendation compilation images are a great source of information for shit like this, but yeah I guess they don't have any actual representative feedback from people who have watched it beyond "this is xyz, it is good."
You could try Love Hina, or Sword Art Online. If you enjoy the latter, then make sure to commit sudoku because you're a terrible human being with shit taste. The former is pretty good though.
>The 23rd episode of Sakurasou just had me in tears
Is that the episode where they act like melodramatic brats and hijack the graduation to make it all about them and their stupid dorm, probably ruining the day for a bunch of people?
Never before have I wanted to punch a hole in my monitor that much.
I'm hoping for a three ban.
This, now go the fuck away
Boku no Pico was a bit of a tear jerker. You may actually enjoy it.
>I've come to the conclusion that I really like anime in this style/theme. The light hearted, good humoured shit that's written well enough to get your tears flowing and to keep you on your toes. I vividly remember crying during Clannad and Clannad After Story, and almost crying like a child with Toradora. The 23rd episode of Sakurasou just had me in tears, and there have been a few ones of joy in the finale.
Season 2 never because Korean food.
How is it even possible to get 0 for a test?
>Boku no Pico
Seriously though, try Tokyo Ravens and Shakugan no Shana. Good music and great characters are pluses for me.
Yeah. Different strokes, I suppose. I laughed it up for a fair chunk because the crazy bitch just hijacked the whole thing, but it gave me a few tear jerks near the end.
There's a difference between /a/ being notorious for "boku no x" replies to recommendations due to how often these fucking things pop up, but that's pretty different from "aren't allowed."
AnoHana is the shit. If you enjoyed Clannad, hit it up. I can't comment on Steins, but I've heard good things.
On the subject of Autistic Girl Slave, what the fuck was with the ending? I remember it having an additional episode after an almost perfect ending.
Why does /a/ always become full of spoonfeeding newfags at this time of day?
That characters in that OP post looks like Henneko
please leave. just fucking go away
It's blank. Are you blind?
Yeah, I think that's the one. Worst MC ever, I can stand his density because it's the usual in this type of shows, but this guy was also a fucking douchebag.
I hate spoonfeeding just as much as anyone else on /a/, but I guess I'm in a good mood today. The previously mentioned anohana and steins;gate might interest you. Another option is to try visual novels as they are full of this kind of stuff, my recommendation in that area would be Time Miru Kusuri: A Drug That Makes You Dream. I don't suggest ever making another recommendation thread ever again though.
>but that's pretty different from "aren't allowed
Nope. They're straight up not allowed.
Global rule 16.
Yume Miru Kusuri is what I meant, phone corrected it to time
Sakurasou was a big pile of force drama shit. Only reason I didnt drop it was to join in all the hate threads.
>The 23rd episode of Sakurasou just had me in tears, and there have been a few ones of joy in the finale.
I'd cry too if i had to watch this awful shit again
I've checked out YMK in the past, remember it being pretty cool. Threats of lan-cord strangling and a cat girl and drugs.
Thanks for the recomendations. So far I've looked up Steins;Gate, Anohana and Nagi-Asu: A Lull in the Sea. DemolitionD recommended the last of those three, which is pretty cool.
I've never seen those enforced anywhere, and thankfully /a/ is a very infrequent thing for me. As a result, I have no remorse about shitting up the catalog and having people spoonfeed me morsels of fecal matter.
back to /v/ i go
>probably ruining the day for a bunch of people
Sakurasou was shit but that just retarded exaggaration.
>it is popular to hate popular things
w-why is /a/ so much worse at this than /v/
i've seen people compare evangelion to code goose here. is it ironic????????? who knows
Try angel beats, seems like you might like it.
>Season 2 never because Korean food.
Care to explain?