Anime Streaming Showcase: Attack on Titan

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Like most people here, I’ve been watching anime for many, many years. I owe blocks like Toonami for getting me into the medium. Shows like Dragonball Z and Ronin Warriors shaped my beginning years, while shows like Neon Genesis Evangleion and Cowboy Bebop showed me that there’s some true artistic ability and expression found within anime (moreso than big burly dudes punching and screaming for hours on end). I now try to watch anime showcasing many genres and storytelling. Anime is just another great, creative medium for telling stories, and I’m happy to share my thoughts on the series I enjoy with you!

2 thoughts on “Anime Streaming Showcase: Attack on Titan

  1. After watching the first season, I started collecting the manga, but it sort of fell onto the back burner so I haven’t read past the first season yet and still haven’t watched the second season yet.
    Like the first Ni No Kuni, Persona 5, Tales of Berseria, Final Fantasy XV, Xenoblade Chronicles (the first one) and the Fire Emblem Fates Trilogy… I’ll finish it someday.

    Speaking of Fire Emblem, you should check out The Heroic Legend of Arslan… if you like Fire Emblem.
    It’s basically Fire Emblem the Anime. Young prince loses a kingdom and then recruits soldiers one by one to win back his kingdom. Arslan even starts with an experienced Knight who kicks ass like the promoted Knight-type companion you always seem to start a Fire Emblem game with.

    1. I’m way ahead of you on the Legend of Arslan tip. Although I haven’t watched the second series, the first one was “enough” and I didn’t really wish to explore its world or characters further.

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