I'm craving some animu that's more in the hard sci-fi genre. Something along the lines of Planetarian, Ghost in the Shell (the first movie) or even something like Gunbuster would be nice. Basically, anything in the more serious seinen-style of sci-fi.
Watched the first three episode and I didn't like it.
You have shit tastes then. Fuck off back to /v/
Mars of Destruction
Crest/Banner of The Stars
Legend of The Galactic Heroes
what this guy said
I'm really digging Space Brothers
Already watched Planetes (it was great) and I dropped Space Brothers around episode 50 because the story was going nowhere fast and I kinda felt I was wasting my time.
Is 20th/21st Century Boys any good? I've heard good things about it
Texhnolyze, without a doubt.
When it comes to hard sci-fi anime, you should never miss these three: Dennou Coil, Time of Eve (Eva no Jikan) and of course, Planetes. Also don't forget Knights of Sidonia which is going to air in the next season.
20th/21st Century Boys is great, but I don't understand the ending.
Dennou Coil, Planetes and Ergo Proxy I've all watched and enjoyed. Will look into the rest of the recs in the thread.
Anyone has something to recommend which is kinda like Three Star Stories? I saw that some time ago and quite enjoyed it, although it was pretty short.
>people actually recommending shit
That's it. /a/ is dead. All hail neo-/a/.
>antagonizing rec threads
everywhere else is just shit tastes central anyway, where else do you want to get recs
you try and find something decent that's not a MAL or animesuki thread, ain't no fucking way I'm delving into that cesspool
Don't turn /a/ into that cesspool then.
Sidonia is going to be CG shit though, stick to the manga.
Are you fucking serious? It doesn't even consider the actual implications of the technology it employs, it's just fucking politics in space with a few convenient inventions to make axes a viable space weapon.
a rec thread with good taste
20th/21st Century Boys is great, but it's not hard sci-fi. It has some sci-fi elements, but it's more of a surreal thriller than science fiction.