- Space Brothers (62 of ? episodes completed)
- Karneval (11 of 13 episodes completed)
- Hataraku Maou-sama! (11 of 13 episodes completed)
- Aku no Hana (11 of 13 episodes completed)
- Oreimo 2 (11 of 13 episodes completed)
- Attack on Titan (11 of 25 episodes completed)
- Kaleido Star (38 of 51 episodes completed)
- Gundam Unicorn (6 of 7 episodes completed)- Final episode will be airing in Spring 2014.
- 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 (3 of 25 episodes completed)
- Sakura Wars TV (2 of 25 episodes completed)
- La Cordo D'Oro (2 of 25 episodes completed)
- Gakuen Alice (5 of 26 episodes completed)
- Fushigi Yuugi TV (17 of 52 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!!
|Rent||It`s 2131 A.D.. Deunan Knute had been a soldier in the battlefields for most of her life. When the World War ends, she`s transported to the city of Olympus to live peacefully and finds out that, in an effort to protect the human race from future wars, humans have created the Bioriods, a geneticaly enhanced race of people that have restrained feelings and therefore cannot hurt each other.|
Appleseed 2 (2007)
Produced by John Woo and directed by Shinji Aramaki, Appleseed Ex Machina (2007) ranks as the most elaborate, stylish, and violent of the three adaptations of Masamune Shirow's manga. When it was released in 1988, the original Appleseed felt like a summary of anime's past, while Akira pointed the way to the future. The second Appleseed (2004), also directed by Aramaki, was an unimpressive motion-capture CG feature that borrowed elements from other sci-fi anime. In this latest incarnation, Deunan, Briareos, and Tereus of the E.S.W.A.T. team are charged with preserving the peace of the city-state of Olympus, a hi-tech paradise on a largely ruined Earth. Screenwriters Kiyoto Takeuchi and Todd W. Russell have given the story a contemporary twist, adding attacks by "cyborg terrorists" and an effort by the ruler of Olympus to control a world-wide satellite surveillance system. When cyborgs and human launch coordinated attacks on the government headquarters in Olympus, Deunan, Briareos, and Tereus swing into action against a mysterious enemy. The plot has little in common with the earlier films: the Appleseed technology that was at the core of the story isn't even mentioned. The look, tone, and characters in Ex Machina recall Shirow's Ghost in the Shell, rather than the original Appleseed. Not surprisingly, the elaborately choreographed fight scenes reflect Woo's signature style, with slo-mo martial-arts combat, close-ups of falling shells, dynamic camerawork, and all-out gun battles. But the weightless movements of the motion-capture characters and the limited rendering of the skin textures gives Appleseed Ex Machina the feel of an extremely elaborate computer game. Despite the limits of the mo-cap technology, Appleseed Ex Machina is a fast-past, take-no-prisoners cinematic adventure that will delight action-movie fans as well as anime lovers. (Rated PG-13: violence, violence against women, profanity, grotesque imagery, potentially offensive religious imagery.)
|Appleseed Saga Ex Machina||Watch||See Appleseed 2 (2007)|
|Appleseed: Ex Machina||Watch||See Appleseed 2 (2007)|
|Final Fantasy 7 Advent Children||Rent||See Final Fantasy VII - Advent Children|
Final Fantasy VII - Advent Children
Two years after the end of Final Fantasy VII the world is starting to get back on it`s feet and is working towards a new future. However, there is a new threat from a new illness called Geostigma, and three men that seem to be seeking Jenova. Cloud and his friends from the original game must once again reunite to combat the new threat.
Hottarake no Shima - Haruka to Maho no Kagami
|Watch||This is a new CGI movie currently in the works. According to Production I.G. and Fuji TV, the movie will follow a girl named Haruka as she discovers where all of our childhood keepsakes and memorabilia go. "In this story, we meet fantastic creatures that gather all these little objects that fall into oblivion as they are forgotten by their owners when they step into adulthood. These creatures sneak into our world from a different dimension, and unseen by humans, they take all the ditched and forgotten 'treasures' into their world. Here, they use their booty to build their own city, a fairy-tale like place called…Oblivion Island!" (sourced from ANN)|
|Hottarake no Shima - Haruka to Mahō no Kagami||Watch||See Hottarake no Shima - Haruka to Maho no Kagami|
|Oblivion Island: Haruka and the Magic Mirror||Watch||See Hottarake no Shima - Haruka to Maho no Kagami|
|Vexille||Watch||See Vexille - 2077 Isolation of Japan (movie)|
Vexille - 2077 Isolation of Japan (movie)
Concerns over the implications of the advancements in biotechnology and robotics, and their effects on the human body and humanity finally erupted in 2067. The United Nations deemed certain advanced technologies and research trends in cybernetics to be a dangerous threat. They decided to impose strong restrictions and instituted global surveillance on prevent any misuse and abuse. And while the world accepted the decision, Japan stood alone in disagreement. Under the influence of the Daiwa company, the government of Japan refused to their halt biotech research and withdrew from the UN, created electronic barriers to restrict communications, travel and surveillance, and isolated itself from the world. Now some ten years later, word gets out about problems in Japan, suggesting that they may be up to something. It falls upon an American special forces unit named SWORD to infiltrate and uncover the truth hidden behind Japan’s electronic veil.
|Vexille - 2077 Nihon Sakoku||Watch||See Vexille - 2077 Isolation of Japan (movie)|
|アップルシード||Rent||See Appleseed (2004)|
|ベクシル 2077日本鎖国||Watch||See Vexille - 2077 Isolation of Japan (movie)|
|ホッタラケの島 -遥と魔法の鏡- (Japanese)||Watch||See Hottarake no Shima - Haruka to Maho no Kagami|