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My History with Anime

February 22, 2011 By: Nopy Category: Announcements, Other Stuff, Personal

I would like to propose a project. If you are reading this, there is a 99% chance that you watch anime, and I know that many of you have your own blogs. Since we all enjoy the same thing, I thought it would be nice for everyone to share their history regarding when/how they discovered anime, how it has become a part of their lives, and how they think it has changed since then. It can be as detailed or as short as you want, and it can be about anything anime-related such as: your favourite series, why you watch anime, difficulties in getting anime, collecting anime goodies, anime conventions, cosplaying, and drawing.

If you have a blog, simply write about your history with anime and send me the link. I will add your link to the list below and a new project page I created with links to everyone participating. If you have a banner you would like displayed, send that in too. In return, I simply ask for you to spread the word and link back to this post. If you don’t have a blog and would like to participate, worry not. Simply email me with your screen name and history, and I will create a page for you. I will also add links to any profile pages you may have (ie: Twitter, Youtube, MyAnimeList, MyFigureCollection). I look forward to reading everyone’s posts.

The list so far:

@fkeroge’s History with Anime

2-D Teleidoscope’s History with Anime

Arctic Kitsune’s History with Anime

Arianna Sterling’s History with Anime

Aya’s History with Anime

Bobbierob’s History with Anime

Cutfilm Tovent’s History with Anime

Ephemeral Dreamer’s History with Anime

Fabienne’s History with Anime

Fabrice Requin’s History with Anime

Falling Cirno’s History with Anime

Fangzhao’s History with Anime

Foxy Lady Ayame and Neko’s History with Anime

Hoshiko’s History with Anime

Janette’s History with Anime

Justin’s History with Anime

Kai’s History with Anime

Kuuki’s History with Anime

Lovelyduckie’s History with Anime

Meltedpoo’s History with Anime

Miette-chan’s History with Anime

MkMiku’s History with Anime

Persocom’s History with Anime

Quentin Lau’s History with Anime

Radiant’s History with Anime

Rilkar’s History with Anime

Ritsu’s History with Anime

Riyoga’s History with Anime

Seinime’s History with Anime

Tsurugiarashix’s History with Anime

Tuan Vo’s History with Anime

Valence’s History with Anime

Ydolon’s History with Anime

Yi’s History with Anime

Yuribou’s History with Anime

Zyl’s History with Anime

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Nopy’s History With Anime:

If you’re a regular visitor to my blog, you’ll know that I love anime, but what got me started with this addiction? Like many anime fans my age in North America, my first encounter with anime was the original Dragon Ball series which aired for a short while in the mid 90′s before being cancelled due to poor ratings. Shortly after, Sailor Moon hit the airwaves and took the cartoon world by storm. I remember seeing newspaper articles describing the Sailor Moon phenomenon and finding Sailor Moon merchandise in every asian and toy store in the city. I was also swept along with the Sailor Moon craze. That cartoon (I didn’t know what anime was at the time) had everything: pretty characters, neat powers (at least to a kid), plenty of action, a bit of controversy, and a good story. In fact, I liked Sailor Moon so much that I spent whatever loose change I could find on the ground on Sailor Moon stickers, cards, temporary tattoos, and posters (loose change bought you a lot back then).

It was through Sailor Moon that I discovered what animewas. Before the 3rd grade, the world (to me) consisted of: Canada, the United States, Britain, France, Germany, Russia, and China. Japan? never heard of it, that is until I watched the first Sailor Moon movie in Japanese, which I suspect was a fansubbed bootleg of the Japanese VHS. My first experience with unedited anime totally blew me away, it was soooo much better than what was on TV because of the voice acting and the violence wasn’t censored out. That left me with the impression that cartoons called “anime” in this strange language called “Japanese” were way cooler than regular cartoons. This idea was cemented into my brain after I watched the subbed version of Rurouni Kenshin.

In the late 90′s, computers and the internet were really coming to the fore and my school started sticking big gray boxes in every classroom. The school had decided that computers were the way of the future, and to ensure that we were a part of that future, they taught us how to use a mouse, keyboard, Windows, Hotmail, and Yahoo. Armed with this knowledge, when my family got our first computers and internet connection, I started looking for ways to get a hold of more anime. This initially led me to anime download sites where I discovered series such as Kodomo no Omocha and To Heart. These sites were very simple to use, you just clicked on an episode, choose where to save the file, wait a day for it to download, and enjoy. The problem with these sites was that they were limited to series that the webmaster wanted to share. To get more anime I would have to turn elsewhere.

My search for a large anime repertoire led me to Direct Connect (DC), a peer-to-peer file sharing protocol. Here I was actually able to meet people who also watched anime. It was through them that I heard about titles such as Evangelion, Ranma 1/2, and my all-time favourite anime Martian Successor Nadesico. DC was also what started me on collecting anime instead of deleting it after watching it. Some DC hubs only allowed people to enter if they were sharing a certain amount of relevant content so I had to gather as much anime as I could to get access to more. Considering I only had a 10GB hard drive at the time, I’m amazed I was able to gain access to hubs requiring 8GB of shared anime and still grab a few new episodes. After a year or two on DC I eventually spoke to someone who explained to me how to access the source of all online subbed anime.

Something I noticed about all the anime I downloaded was that there was always some text somewhere during the episode that went something like: #(name)@irc.aniverse.com

At first I thought it was a URL, but none of them worked when I typed them into the address bar. Searches on Yahoo turned up results that I didn’t understand at all. The person on DC explained that these were channels on something called IRC (internet relay chat), and that all of the anime I had been watching was translated and subbed by “fansub groups” which released their anime in these channels. Well, being a tween with all the time in the world in his hands, I decided to go check out this IRC thing. I actually remember the first time I joined an IRC channel; I asked “can someone tell me how to download anime from here?” and I got kicked and banned. That obviously wasn’t an anime channel. A bit of reading on some IRC how-to sites taught me how to change servers and join different channels and by the end of the day I had gotten my first episode. Ten years on, I’m still floating around IRC, but most of my anime now comes from torrents.

During my IRC phase I found out about new anime by making my rounds of all the major fansubbing groups at the time. There were no fancy lists or tables with the anime being aired in Japan so checking out what groups were releasing and chatting with people was the only way to find out what was coming out. All of this time spent checking out each of the groups also exposed me to the war between speedsubs and qualitysubs, which I’m sure some of you will know of.

I also started experimenting with AMVs since technology had improved and I could actually fit more than 8GB of anime on my computer. Surprisingly, even after 6 years, my AMVs are still available online here. Just a warning, these were made boy a teenage boy so they’re really sappy.

In the time I’ve been searching for and watching anime, I have seen numerous giants rise and fall. It wasn’t uncommon to visit a popular anime download site and find a message saying that they’ve exceeded their bandwidth and will be down for the rest of the month, sometimes just days after the month started. P2P programs like Kazaa grew too big for its own good and met the same fate as Napster. ADV, the indisputable king of anime companies in North America for nearly 2 decades collapsed and its remains were divided up. Even anime on IRC has seen major changes, from the great Aniverse crash that led to the mass exodus of fansub groups to other servers and the fall of fansub groups that everyone thought would be around forever. I have also watched as new fansub groups have popped up, anime is broadcast overseas the same time it’s broadcast in Japan, illegal streaming sites turned into legitimate anime distribution companies, and it has literally become possible for someone anywhere in the world to watch every anime that is being aired in Japan.

The different ways in which anime was made available has helped me discover different genres (other than action) and series that I would never have heard of. To Heart introduced me to the harem genre, which was highly appealing to a young teenage boy. That lead to romantic comedies like Love Hina, which I thoroughly enjoyed past high school. Romantic comedies naturally led to regular comedies like Yakitate Japan and slice-of-life series like Lucky Star. I also enjoyed various mecha series as the airing of Gundam on TV helped bump up the popularity of the genre. Eventually, I figured I had covered everything from action to romance to horror and even ero anime. I’ve come to love and hate just about every major genre of anime out there some time during my life.

Of course, nothing stays the same and that applies to anime as well. As time passes, new ideas are introduced which spark the creation of a new genre of anime. It’s been forever since I’ve heard anyone say an anime was “kawaii”, having seemingly been replaced with more hip “moe” anime. Series like Panty and Stocking with Garterbelt and Puella Magi Madoka Magica also help create new hybrid genres. Just a year ago, if you had mentioned mahou shoujo anime, who would’ve thought of little girls being devoured by a monster? The ever-evolving world of anime keeps me wanting more despite comments that “cartoons are for kids.”

As anime itself has changed over the years, and so has the merchandise associated with it. I can tell you that cards, stickers, and posters have been around for ages, but what about figures, pillow covers, and even “stress relief” toys? I didn’t even know about their existence until they started becoming popular within the last decade. In 2007, spurred on by the appearance of new figure manufacturers (which lead to more figures) and the advancement of figure quality, I bought my first anime figure: a 1/8 Haruhi Suzumiya from Max Factory. It turned out to be a bootleg, making my actual first figure a nendoroid Light Yagami, but I managed to get a real Haruhi a few months later.

My obsession with figures grew as I started visiting sites that dealt with anime figures. You can see the affects by taking a look at this photo which was taken while I was in high school, and the one below that, which was taken yesterday. I really should cut back…

A year after I bought my first figures, I decided to start this blog about anime and figures in order to share my thoughts and find other like-minded people. A month later, I made my first post on Megami Magazine and I liked it so much that I decided to add anime/bishoujo magazines as a regular part of this blog (ending up with a rather large collection of posters). In the few years that I have been blogging, I’ve met bloggers from around the world who all enjoy anime and/or figures, all of whom bring their own unique perspectives and personalities. Getting to know everyone is fun, and its always sad to see a fellow blogger or blog fall into long periods of inactivity before disappearing from the internet altogether.

Times really have changed since the day I watched my first anime. Gone are the days where you had to get your anime from a shady store selling VHS tapes or wait a whole day downloading an episode on a dial-up connection. Now it’s easier than ever to get your anime fix (legally too), and with more anime bloggers and all the social media out there, it’s not hard to find others that love anime as much as I do. Although the world of anime has changed drastically, the things that first drew me to it still remain the same. Pretty charactersneat powersaction, a bit of controversy, and a good story keeps me coming back for more even after all of these years.

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63 Comments to “My History with Anime”


  1. very interesting post Nopy ;)
    I like your idea about this project and I would like to write a detailed post about my anime history, maybe it will take some days ;D

    for starters I’ll give you a short summary.
    In my early childhood I grow up with shows like Alps no Shoujo Heidi, of course at that time I didn’t know that it was anime.
    In my later childhood days I watched Saber Riders which was a big hit in germany. later I learned that the company who licensed it altered a lot in the show like the opening and even the main character XD
    In 2008 I started with following anime seasons, before I only picked up random anime from time to time.

    your desk changed quite a lot, was that an aircraft carrier in the old picture? hehe before I landed in the anime and figure hobby, I was a military fan and build a lot of tank and jetfighter models :D
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  2. @Fabienne:
    I don’t recognize those titles, I guess Germany got different anime from Canada. Yes, that’s an aircraft carrier on my desk. I also had a model tank that I never got around to painting.

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  3. This seems like an interesting task, I think I will take you up on it. After all my earliest memories are of watching the original Macross on TV. Shouldn’t have read this you are gonna make me do work.
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  4. @Miette-chan:
    Hehe, good luck, I bet you have a lot to write about since Macross was so long ago.

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  5. Great post! You’ve had quite a history with the medium, haven’t you? Well, I’ll certainly take you up on this and let you know when my post is up :)
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  6. Nice desk transformation. :D

    Looks like you underwent quite the conversion as time went by and you found different things. Very nice post — I am most definitely going to give it a try later this week. It shouldn’t take me long to condense 17 years of frantic anime-watching (right?).
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  7. @Arianna Sterling:
    Yup, I’ve been watching anime for quite a few years now.

    @Ydolon:
    17 years… that’s certainly longer than me >.>
    I’m looking forward to reading how you got into anime.

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  8. I will wait for the weekend to write something as I will need a couple of days just to jot things down on a scratch pad when it pops in my head.
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  9. Wow, this seems like a pretty good idea to get everyone to interact! I like it! Anyways, that was a pretty great post, and it gave me some insight of what getting anime overseas was like a couple decades ago. Personally, I myself have grown up with Doraemon (reading the manga when I was 6 years old) and watching and collecting the movies and books. However, I really do consider myself officially “into anime” in around 2006/2007…but I’ll get into that in my post :P

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  10. Wow… you reminded me the days of Dragon Balls. Me too.. I started off with the Dragon Ball manga. Before that, I only read those Hong Kong fight comics, then I switched to manga. I love Slamdunk too!!! Man.. those were the days.. I read a couple more… like IS”, Love Hina.. blah.. blah..

    Now, I guess.. I’m left behind already. I’ve not been looking into anime or manga… Too busy with work.. :(

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  11. @Tuan:
    That’s a good plan, it took me a while to remember how I ended up here with respect to anime.

    @bobbierob:
    2006/2007 seemed to bring in a lot of new anime fans with anime like Haruhi and Lucky Star. I’m guessing those might be in your post :)

    @softwerkz:
    I”s was the most epic thing I’d ever read when I finished it, it’s hard to believe how long its been since then. Work has taken up a huge chunk of my free time too, it’s getting harder to keep up with anime.

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  12. Great idea, I’ve been thinking of starting a website that hosts a collection of stories like this but didn’t know how to do it. I’ll definitely write mine tomorrow. Here’s a short preview: Pokémon, DBZ, One Piece, Bleach, Hunter X Hunter, Lucky Star, SGT Frog, Haruhi, Working!!, Clannad.

    Man, I wish I had some anime posters.
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  13. Sounds interesting. I’ll sign up once my exams are over. =D
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  14. @Rilkar:
    Ack, I forgot to include Pokemon in my post. There’s some similarities between the anime you and I watched.

    @Valence:
    Good luck with your exams.

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  15. Ill participate as well!
    maybe ill be able to write mine during the weekend =)
    thats a great idea!
    I think most of us discovered anime from sailor moon ^^

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  16. this page needs more comments. good start, very interesting read from start to finish. i’m invincutable (previously a bootes mapler) also one of the freelance writers on a team-shared anime blog. will get to reply to your request soon, though i’ve been on a on and off relationship with anime and manga.
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  17. Great post and great project idea!

    Embedded within your history is a history of anime distribution, and I think it’s fascinating how our methods of acquiring anime has changed with time.

    Anyway, I still don’t know how irc works. :( Also, I love your room and your choice of posters. ^ ^

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    I’d love to participate in the project. I actually wrote on this topic about a year ago: http://goo.gl/CFiuy (If you’re interested).

    I think it’s time for a part II.

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  18. I too got my start with anime through Sailor Moon, but I wouldn’t discover what anime is until years later. Unfortunately I didn’t have cable TV or high-speed Internet during my childhood, so I was late with getting into fansubs, AMVs, Adult Swim, etc,.

    And, LOL, my room went through a similar change as yours XD Also, I got conned into buying a bootleg of that same Haruhi figure 0_o

    I would totally participate in this project if hadn’t already written a series of seven posts about my history with anime =P You can read them here if you’re interested: http://animeyume.com/blog/2009/11/20/autobiography-of-how-i-became-an-anime-fan-2009-edition-chapter-1/
    Yumeka recently posted..My anime firsts

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  19. @Fabrice:
    Sailor Moon was awesome, the series created a whole generation of anime fans.

    @Garnet Carol Tan:
    I don’t think I know many people who have lost interest in anime and gotten back into it again, I’m interested in reading how that happened with you.

    @Yi:
    Lots of people find IRC intimidating at first…

    I find myself also being more open about my interest in anime nowadays. I do hope you write that part II.

    @Arianna Sterling:
    Added you to the list :)

    @Yumeka:
    Haha, it sounds like we both went through some similar events.

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  20. This is a wonderful idea! It’s really interesting to go back on the reason, and it’s really fun to read about the different experiences and somehow the similarities, no matter the country (Sailor Moon and Dragon Ball seem to be pretty international ^^)
    So have my own (big) contribution
    http://enkuuki.blogspot.com/2011/02/kuukis-history-with-anime.html
    Kuuki recently posted..Kuukis history with anime

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  21. @Kuuki:
    Sailor Moon and Dragon Ball really did seem to kick-start anime fandom outside of Japan. I’ve added your contribution to the list.

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  22. Interesting. I’ll give this a go too but seeing as The Otaku’s Blog has multiple staff, I’ll see what I can manage :)
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  23. @SilentSerenata:
    Maybe each of you could just share some of your experiences in one post.

    @fallingcirno:
    Thanks, I’ve added you to the list.

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  24. Got my part II up. ^ ^
    It’s been a delight to read all these people’s histories and compare/ contrast with my own and each others’

    Great project idea!
    Yi recently posted..Evolution of an Anime Fan Part II

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  25. I gave into to peer pressure. :P

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  26. @Yi:
    Glad you enjoyed reading everyone’s stories, I’ve been enjoying them myself.

    @Janette:
    Good for you! :D

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  27. This sounds like a great idea. I’m going to participate too! Seems like we had similar phases at one point with DBZ, Sailor Moon, and Kenshin! Though I was introduced into the anime scene a lot earlier than that! ^^
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  28. Interesting, maybe I’ll participate as well. As long as I can find the time I’d like to do a detailed timeline. Although I admit my beginnings are similar to a lot of the other bloggers :)
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  29. @radiant:
    I can imagine your post is going to be a bit longer than most ^.^

    @lovelyduckie:
    From what I’ve read, most of us seem to be in the same age range, so there’s bound to be similarities, but every story is different.

    @Ydolon:
    Thanks, I’ve added you to the list.

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  30. As I read through the different anime blogs out there, I realized that most bloggers started Dragon Ball or Pokemon or Sailor Moon. I never watched any of these..yet. I should probably pick these up one day. There must be a good reason why they sparked the anime fandom among the fans right?

    Like yourself, I didn’t know about the existence of various anime-related merchandises until much later. I don’t buy a lot anime-related merchandises cuz it’s not easy to get around my city but I can never pass up the opportunity to grab the figurines I truly want. >.<
    Hoshiko recently posted..Hoshiko’s History with Anime

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  31. This is a great idea! It’s fun reading the history of everyone’s anime fandom. Luckily, I’ve already written a bio for myself. It’s a bit old, but still quite relevant.

    http://mkmiku.wordpress.com/2010/05/12/6-years-of-anime/
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  32. @Hoshiko:
    You should definitely watch them when you get the chance, keep in mind though that they were targeted for younger audiences. It’s hard getting merchandise here too, almost everything I have I ordered online or bought in Japan.

    @MkMiku:
    Quite the long post you’ve got there :)

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  33. Really great post, I decided that I’ll finally participate in it, just trying to figure out what to write ^^ http://animaticfigmation.com/?p=3045

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  34. @Persocom:
    It looks like you’ve got lots written there.

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  35. Ah! I see you beat me to the post :P. Hope my post was as you wanted it to be. Ended up dreaming about that post because I wrote it before I went to sleep, bad idea.

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  36. @Ghostly_Substance:
    I just saw the trackback this morning so I added it to the list.

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  37. so this the place where the history telling start :D

    I think i grown with manga more,and barely watch anime this past 2 years.

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  38. thenewhorde says:

    that’s a nice collection you got there, i unfortunately don’t have the expenses to dish out those merchandise.

    if i have to say my own history with anime, it’s kinda a gray blurry line on where it started. i’ve been watching anime for as long as i can remember, but for me I never really thought of them as “anime” or actually a specific term to it. it’s ever just been “cartoons” to me. until i got to America where I first experienced the “classes” of “cartoons” when I saw american shows like Spongebob and Fairly Odd Parents and someone who liked DBZ was made fun of. I was still too young to make a difference then.

    From then I got made fun of back in elementary school, so I pretended I never seen anime or heard of it. Since most anime kids were well, bullied…

    In any way, sometime in middle school when I was back there I started watching some other anime again since I was back in Asia, then I came over to US. Freshman year of high school I was trying to remember what that show about “the pirate king” ends since I left at the Arabasta arc and I really wanted to see how you could beat an invincible sandman that can’t be cut. Thus I went on a youtube marathon of One Piece from ep 1 all the way to Water7 arc in one shot, then I marathon Naruto, Bleach, and the old Full Metal Alchemist in 2 days. (yeah… that means over 12 hours of anime a day that time when I rediscovered it…)

    I became in love with it and I remembered all these old shows I watched and started to watch some new shows. So before I knew it, I became a full otaku who’s been drawing anime characters and various closet otakuish things.

    Not sure if that’s the same for everyone, so I’m never really sure whether I was an otaku since birth (due to the amount of toys I have, but I never really thought of them as anime since they were mostly transformers and DBZ and other action figures) or I actually became otaku at high school when I became fully aware of the culture.

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  39. @Aya:
    One of my friends is the same way, he’s basically lost interest in anime and just reads manga now.

    @thenewhorde:
    It seems a lot of people encounter anime early on, but don’t actually get into the whole fandom stage until a few (or many) years later. I can’t believe you were able to fit in One Piece, Naruto, Bleach, and FMA into such a short amount of time, the first three are endless.

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  40. thenewhorde says:

    Ah, misunderstanding. I meant I watched FMA in 2 days. One Piece was like 2~3 days. Bleach was shorter back then, like 1 day. Naruto was about 2 days.

    Now I stopped watching any of these 3 and just read the manga. I do keep up with 75% of the new seasonal shows though, this season I’ve watched more seasonal shows than any other season.

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  41. Wait for a few months and I’ll probably have mine lol.
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  42. For me is because most anime adaptation from manga doesn’t really good But once Anime became part of my life I will write mine and post it in 3-4 days hope you won’t mine since I already retired making anime blog ;)

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  43. Here’s mine! Nice idea you had :D

    http://ritsuinfigureland.wordpress.com/?p=173
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  44. @Ritsu:
    That link doesn’t work for me :(

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  45. I remember when I was in high school that I was fond of Sailor Moon and I was even wearing my fave sailor moon costume I still can’t believe I have the courage to wear it. hahaha.. that was past but very funny :)
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  46. @Kristy:
    Sounds like you had a lot of fun ^.^

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  47. Made a new post. ^^ Here’s the link: http://mkmiku.wordpress.com/2011/03/16/how-anime-changed-me/
    MkMiku recently posted..How Anime Changed Me

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