Why aren't digging through it, anon?
Those are only the ones from this season (+ the previous one, plus the first season for Maken-Ki! so that I can watch both), I'm leaving the rest for some other time.
What do I first?
>What do I first?
Delete all of HorribleSubs and grab a proper sub.
Did you post that because you saw the filename or despite the filename?
Also, I get HS because /a/ can't agree on one good group.
>have a massive backlog
>currently watching a lot of airing shows
>also re-watching a few others
I'm trying, anon....I really am...
>Also, I get HS because /a/ can't agree on one good group.
>/a/ can't agree on one good group.
Start to think for yourself, faggot.
>watch every fucking sub for every fucking show to be make sure what's good for which animu
Thanks but no thanks.
Also, HS is usually decent enough.
Those are all terrible shows.
It's CR rips with awful video quality.
>It's CR rips
>with awful video quality
Never noticed. Proofs?
>Nagi no Asukara
>Dia no Ace
Anon please rinse your mouth, you need to get that shit taste out.
>gay fujoshit bait
I would make a pic but ep 14(?) of Dia no Ace looked like absolute shit, it looked like 240p.
Looks like someone didn't watch this more than 3 episodes.
>gay fujoshit bait
>not being able to enjoy a good sport anime
I'm sorry for you anon.
Just skipped through it to see, doesn't look bad to me.
>Looks like someone didn't watch this more than 3 episodes.
>implying it's not still the love triangles bullshit everywhere
>I'm sorry for you anon.
Let me guess, you're one of those 'straight' people who liked Free! unironically?
Kill yourself, you fucking faggot.
Free! sucked really badly. On the other hand Dia no Ace has pretty good characters, good pacing and is not fucking fujoishi pandering. How many episodes did you see?
The only good sport anime is Ro-Kyu-Bu anyway.
>[HorribleSubs] ImoCho - Another Shitty Sister Manga Adaptation - 02 [720p]
Like scammy rippers have any right to talk about the quality of anything.
Oh yeah, how strange. Apparently it was only the intro that looked like shit. You have no other choices for Dia no Ace anyway. Well you've got Commie...
You're right, the intro looks bad. Strange...
>Nobunaga the Fool
What do they have with Nobunaga this season?
The love triangles are used in the underlying theme of growing up. Also fucking excellent pacing letting each character develop.
No actual answers? Well, I guess I'm gonna start with My Little Pilot Prince Can't be This Edgy (that's what I remember from the synopsis anyway).
Shit, go with Nagi no Asukara and or Dia no Ace.
Which is your favourite?
If you want a somewhat cheesy sport series go for Dia no Ace.
If you want well written romance, except that it might go a bit overboard with the love polygon stuff (even though i see how that works in the theme now). go for Nag no Asukara. Also for NagiAsu gor for Underwater-Vivid subs.
Hm... Thanks for your advice, I think I'm gonna go with Dia, I think I remember a friend of mine was watching it. I'll watch NagiAsu right after but I'm now downloading all of that again, sorry.
How's the new edition of Uzumaki? I have been interested in it myself since the single volumes went out of print where I live and that hardcover looks great.
Anyway current watch is Katanagatari and before that it was Mobile Suit Gundam. I might watch another retro anime once I am done with Katanagatari. It's a toss up between Ideon or something by Leiji Matsumoto.
I work as a security guard, and I finally bought a laptop.
16/24 hour shifts, and I can watch anime 90% of the time.
Soon, my backlog will be no more.
My backlog is completely empty.
I'm like thinking to watch some old show, like Nadia. But I think I'll drop it because of her.
You will come to hate anime. I really don't recommend watching more than 10 hours a day.
It's really quite nice. VIZ outdid themselves, and there are lots of great color pages, to boot. Paper quality isn't the best--better than regular volumes, but not what I'd really expect in a "premium edition" such as this.
That said, still totally worth what they're charging (pretty cheap on Amazon still too).
Just remember that Daiz will haunt your dreams.
Stop advertising it already. I don't wanna increase Miunafags whining every thread since that timeskip started.
They say that but they always end up adding more shows to their backlog.
i'll look out for it since it's only £10 on Amazon which is a pretty good deal.
I probably won't, I do other shit too.
But as long as I don't have an internet connection at work, I still end up watching 3-4 times as much stuff as I would at home.
Evens and I start [c]
Odds and I start Violinist of Hamelin
Dubs and I click random on bakabt until I find something.
Well, I guess that's true - my theoretical backlog is infinite. But practically I count as "backlog" shit I started at some point but never finished, but still want to. It's still hundreds of shows, but it's manageable.
I have been interested in Violinist of Hamelin, let me know how it goes.
Bakabt is largely to blame for how my collection got so big. I kept clicking random and torrenting shows then porting them to my external.
I know how you feel, I picked up Violinist only because of I randomed on bakabt..
She does look like shit.
Organise your shit, you animal.
I put all the shit I watched in neatly organized folders. Even what I didn't get the chance to watch yet is in separated oranised folders. Those are the ones I need to watch quickly in order to be up-to-date for this season, so I'll put them in the right folders when I'll have watched them.
I move stuff I like to another folder when I'm finished.
I wish I had a job like that.
Narutaru isn't worth watching, I say you can safely delete it from your drive and nothing of value would be lost.
In no particular order
Forgot to mark that I've seen Aria and HxH.
Except for Mushishi everything is backlog.
i'll get on Yahari once I am done with Katanagatari. Do I read Nana before I start it or just jump straight into the anime?
Also how is the Arakawa under the Bridge anime? I loved the manga even enough that I bought a couple volumes in Japanese.
I disliked S1 but absolutely loved S2. That's only my personal opinion though.
>Do I read Nana before I start it or just jump straight into the anime?
Just go straight into the anime, I honestly felt that the anime counterpart was better than the manga itself which is quite rare. You can read the manga after since the anime leaves the ending unexplained.