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Kani14 joined on Aug 31st, 2018, since that has made 65 posts that are still accessible today, 1 of which are threads. Helping shape the community, Kani14 has given 93 upvotes, and was last online on Dec 14th, 2019.

  • In Underrated Anime Series: Series that you thought didn't get enough credit

    @Kinnear That's the problem with Hanebado, it's predictable and that's exactly what will happen. I low key want her to be like, I don't care peasants shows the middle finger and leave them all behind, but that would never happen.

    I should watch Major I haven't watched anything baseball related yet .

  • In Underrated Anime Series: Series that you thought didn't get enough credit

    @DarkChaplain Isn't it spoilers talking about Hanebado like this?


    So don't forget that it is a sports anime at the end of the day and the sport should be the main focus rather than really unrealistic drama in it. I don't like the fact that Ayano can open some beast mode out of no where just for the plot. They bring up her traumatizing background boom she turns super saiyan level OP and rekts everyone.

    That's such a weak plot, I don't want a super op character in a sports anime, but the overall fact that having a traumatizing past and abandoning her mother gave her god like skills. She couldn't 1v2 Connie before but after abandoning her mother she just destroyed Connie in a 1v1 that's so unrealistic and dumb it also makes story linear and predictable. You might say it's an anime 'who cares about realism' but if you make a sports anime it should have some realistic values other than some pointless drama.

    Example of this is Haikyuu, the sports anime done right, Karasuno wasn't invincible neither was anyone in their team, heck Shiratorizawa was op as hell but they still controlled it with Karasuno winning in the end, they controlled the drama properly and was realistic to the sports all the way that was atleast realistic. They had a character which they developed properly, Hinata was short but had a massive jump that was his strong point but overall he was meh but they developed the character getting good over time they showed how he got goog how you get good in sports not like showed some traumatizing past and then he just break blocks everywhere as it happened with Ayano who just go cold eye and butchers Connie, even though she destroyed Ayano 1v2 before. That character development is not pleasant at all.

    Hanebado for me falls flat, the entire concept of drama changing Ayano's personality grinds my gear BUT BUT BUT BUT I still watch it I enjoy it cus I enjoy Badminton, but it's still a 7/10 for me drama is not the problem the way they used it is the actual problem.

    I mean this is not really a topic about bashing on each other and I get what you mean about the characters as they show various traumas but Ayano is not done well. I never really said I wanted a super powered op character and long ass battles so you can't really bring that up and btw I was mocking people who says Harukana Receive is just an Ecchi anime......I like that anime cus it's a good sports anime and it's not at all bad garbage ecchi shit.

  • In Underrated Anime Series: Series that you thought didn't get enough credit

    @DarkChaplain Yea my friend added me in a group it's basically about csgo but they do talk about random stuff and nobody wanted to give Asobi Asobase a try.

    Haven't watched Shoujo Kageki Revue Starlight so I dont't know how good it is. Hataraku Saibou is great but Asobi Asobase got better comedy so maybe that's why, they are close in ratings though. Hanebado! deserves a low score because it's just not good enough too much drama for a sports anime which is over the top.

    Harukana Receive can be called under rated because everyone is like, beach volleyball so ecchi I mean what did you expect it's beach volleyball. But as a sports anime it's good. I think Banana Fish goes through the same treatment because it's yaoi a lil bit.

    Happy sugar life must have got a lot of publicity because of Hanazawa Kana but still it's not that good anyways.

  • In Underrated Anime Series: Series that you thought didn't get enough credit

    @Lieutenant Glad to see people are actually watching it. Some facebook groups and discord group I was in people just avoided it calling it a cute girls doing cute stuff kind of anime without even watching the PV for it so I thought it's getting under appreciate.

  • Underrated Anime Series: Series that you thought didn't get enough credit
    This thread is to post about anime you thought went unappreciated and should have been rated better than they were or just something you enjoyed but wasn't rated highly by other people. Also do tell why you thought it was good and why you enjoyed it.
    Thank you.

    I'll go first,

    For me the most under rated anime of this season is Asobi Asobase.

    I love comedy anime and didn't expect this to be as good as Grand Blue and it already topped Chio-chan no Tsuugakuro for me.
    The Best part about Asobi Asobase is the voice acting and animation apart from the actual comedy and its phenomenal. My advice to the people who haven't watched it is to just go and watch it without any prior knowledge and looking at reviews, it's good.

    Do tell which anime you thought was under rated or anything that exceeded your expectations this summer.