- Space Brothers (59 of ? episodes completed)
- RDG: Red Data Girl (10 of 12 episodes completed)
- Karneval (8 of 13 episodes completed)
- Hataraku Maou-sama! (8 of 13 episodes completed)
- Aku no Hana (7 of 13 episodes completed)
- Oreimo 2 (8 of 13 episodes completed)
- Attack on Titan (8 of 25 episodes completed)
- Gundam Unicorn (6 of 7 episodes completed)- Final episode will be airing in Spring 2014.
- Kaleido Star (21 of 51 episodes completed)
- Princess Nine (2 of 26 episodes completed)
- PaniPoni Dash! (4 of 26 episodes completed)
- Super GALS (5 of 52 episodes completed)
- Peach Girl (2 of 25 episodes completed)
- Z.O.E Dolores (2 of 26 episodes completed)
- Dai-Guard (2 of 26 episodes completed)
- Gasaraki (2 of 25 episodes completed)
- Sakura Wars TV (1 of 25 episodes completed)
- Fushigi Yuugi TV (5 of 52 episodes completed)
- La Cordo D'Oro (1 of 25 episodes completed)
- Gakuen Alice (5 of 26 episodes completed)
I'm mostly a fan of drama, comedy, and romance anime though I can be swayed into watching action anime if it features some elements of the genres that I take interest in. I'm pretty open to watching just about anything as long as there's enough substance to a title for me to take interest in it. If things like violence, gore, fan service, or moe are overused solely for shock value, forced fan adoration, and titillation, then I won't be latching onto an anime title for too long.
As for the "Rainy Day" pile I have on me, these are anime available at some point (past or present) within the Region 1 video market I chose to stockpile for watch in case I am inching close to my monthly data cap. But with the increasing difficulty I'm having of finding unlicensed older titles worth the time to watch, I've decided to resort to my stockpile to wow me over for anime while anything I find online for now will be for whatever Japan is currently airing.
My Highlight Reviews on Mikomi:
- Rurouni Kenshin: Tsuiokuhen- Only review with all 10s across the board.
- Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya- 100TH ANIME REVIEW!!
- Fullmetal Alchemist- 200TH ANIME REVIEW!!
- The Sky Crawlers- 300TH ANIME REVIEW!!
- Kuragehime- 400TH ANIME REVIEW!!
- The Irresponsible Captain Tylor- 500TH ANIME REVIEW!!
- Oban Star Racer- 600TH ANIME REVIEW!!
- Daily Lives of High School Boys- 700TH ANIME REVIEW!!
- Showa Era Story- 800TH ANIME REVIEW!!
- You're Under Arrest: Full Throttle- 900TH ANIME REVIEW!!
|.hack//Another Story||Rent||See .hack//Unison (Special)|
|Watch||Helba sends the casts of .hack//SIGN and the video games on a quest to locate her hidden hot springs as a present for buying the video games.|
|.hack//Integration||Rent||See .hack//Unison (Special)|
|Watch||Mimiru and Bear meet up at a reopened dungeon known to have given rise to legends in the past. But rather than collect treasures and experience points, Mimiru has come to see a past experience that she had with powerful Longarm character, Mimika.|
|Rent||After a freak accident playing the most popular online RPG, known as "The World." Mai finds out that her life has changed after surviving the game, only to fall into a mystery on WHY?|
It's the near future, and there is only one video game, called "The World." In the virtual reality of "The World", all sorts of people play. However, once a character named Tsukasa is unable to log out, and weird events start happening, "The World" starts to seem much more mysterious than anyone ever thought.
|Rent||Ep. 28 of .hack//Sign provides the upbeat conclusion to both the .hack//Sign series as well as the four PS2 video games that follow it.|
|009 - 1||Buy||See 009-1|
In a very different future, the Cold War between the east and west has continued for 140 years. An agreement maintains a false peace and nuclear balance between the two sides. In the murky shadows of this momentary peace, spies and agents work to both gain an advantage and counter their opposites, while struggling not to push their conflict over the edge into outright war!
|100 Stories||Buy||See Kousetsu Hyaku Monogatari|
|11人いる!||Watch||See Jûichi-nin iru!|
|13 vies (French)||Rent||See Ningen Kousaten|
|1982 Otaku no Video||Rent||See Otaku No Video|
|1985 Otaku no Video||Rent||See Otaku No Video|