The ultimate anime recommendation flowchart anime recommendation chart for beginners:coolguides
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lmao that explains it. I'll skim through ep. 2 and give the series a shot. Eh, I wouldnt really put AoT in that group. Their voices aren't whiny but they do scream sentences randomly. There are some awesome manga. Berserk and Vagabond come to mind. Man i used to be into Anime when I was in HS but now, IDK what it is none of them grab me. I watched Blue Exprsist for a bit and Psychopass but I dont know why it all seems so different. I grew up reading AKIRA, Inu-Yasha and like Ranma 1/2. Trigun should be up there with the "for beginners" section. Trigun and Robotech/Macross were my gateway into animu. Lil_miss_feisty 365 指標 366 指標 367 指標 2 年前 Man, I didn't know that Kaguya-sama was a Naruto spin-off. I don’t think Jojo’s on here but someone else mentioned it’s a few years out of date so that probably explains it. ActualWhiterabbit 41 指標 42 指標 43 指標 2 年前 His review on it killed me, it was so over the top and in-depth Fun bot to vizualize how conversations go on reddit. Enjoy Stay away from high school slice of life shows. Wow. I totally need to watch some of these Thanks. I'm new to anime & This is gonna be helpful. Thanks for the guide and the work you put in, good job! GradeAPrimeFuckery 17 指標 18 指標 19 指標 2 年前 What about some decent films, where you don't need to watch a whole series? Edit: Mvm, found it, not where I expected True, but the flowchart is useful tho and a lot of the recommendations are “beginnerfriendly” I guess. Couldne organized better but great work! There's absolutely nothing wrong with the original FMA- both series are fantastic and worth watching, they just have different strengths and weaknesses. As a noob to anime, I really appreciate this. I am so overwhelmed with where to start, but this helps. Where the fuck is Pokémon and OPM? Can’t find them Ah, I thought the extended version included the 100 ep. series. Thanks! I feel like the first episode is one of the hardest for Psycho-Pass, and if you can get through that you'll be fine with what the rest of the series will throw at you. 1. Please only post direct links to images of type .png, .jpg, and .jpeg Newer kyoani stuff has decent voice actors, Hibike! Euphonium has amazing voice acting. I have watched a grand total of 2 seasons of anime in my entire life but I watched My name yesterday and I think anyone can enjoy it. It doesn't have any many anime clichés so I'd say it feels pretty close to Western animation. It's a movie and it's 2 hours long. Basically if you don't watch it you're missing out, it's damn good. Holy fuck, I hope the author got paid for that. I realize it’s unlikely they did. That show went to some unexpected places. Solid recommendation. An infographic is more educational in layout and content, finding something specific on an infographic is not as easy because it is designed to inform through more narrative structures. If your guide is more of a visual essay than a structured table or list, then chances are that is an infographic. Sometimes infographics can masquerade as how-to guides. The guide, made by u/lukeatlook , was made a couple years ago. So it's missing a few good recent anime. I dont get why everyone hates this season if opm. I'm enjoying quite a bit Is Avatar really considered Anime though? That's more of an American cartoon that incorporates some aspects of anime. If it's effecting you mentally or your social skills are suffering that's a different matter entirely. It's def from 2014-2015. It came out soon after I started getting into anime proper, and I remember using it to find stuff like Darker Than Black. It had a few shows that were very recent at the time, like Rage of Bahamut; that was one of my first weekly shows. REDDIT and the ALIEN Logo are registered trademarks of reddit inc. Better than time spent watching Love island, xfactor or Britain's got talent. Not much of an expert, but enjoyed Seven Deadly Sins on Netflix. Can anyone recommend some anime series without overdramatization and fillers? The 2nd season of almost all animes I've seen so far was shit. They always have amazing ideas they plough through in the first season and try to one up themself in the 2nd...it never works. Kara no kyoukai and black lagoon are anime that has a female as the main character without high pitched voices It’s on there. Under the Action/Adventure section, look for the “ Ready for a joyride” text box. Scroll down until you see a blue box with the words “Types of sci-fi” and look to the left. You will see Trigun with dash lines around its box. So where would the overlord series fit into this chart ? Yeah just looking if JJBA is here and continue scrolling Reddit "Or aren't worth recommending " I got a good giggle out of that Hajime no Ippo, JoJo, Cowboy Bebop, Baccano, Mobile Suit Gundam Z, Mushishi, Fist of the North Star, City Hunter, Kaiji, Akagi, Legend of Galactic Heroes, Akira. Holy shit. I knew the first ones and thought "how many do i miss of this list?" as I saw about 8 animes. That thing is really gigantic Boruto is Naruto that is stuck in infinite tsukoyomi. Madara is still at large and everything we've seen in the end including kaguya is Narutos dream world No Gundam?? That’s like the first thing that came to my mind for “Wanna see Giant Robots??” I wouldn't say either is a better use of time. If you enjoy it, watch it, just don't overdo it. Boruto is ninja Caillou, change my mind. Elfen Lied wasn't really much of a harem show though. Some unrequited love but the dude wasn't looking for play from anyone. I'd call it more of an old school tragedy brought into a futuristic world. I for one am glad someone watches anime, because I actually like youtube videos that cut together the best scenes and analyze the main themes in voice over but I could never imagine actually watching the vast majority of this, anime tropes and conventions are just impossible to wade through. But yet we have Death Note right there at the tippy peak. I can highly recommend Paranoia Agent, too bad the series is only known by few.. I'm not into anime but I tried to watch AoT because it sounded so cool. The dialogue is just so annoying and childish. I would be just about getting interested then someone says something and it completely took me out of the experience. The guide is a bit on the old side so Crybaby wouldnt be out yet and I'm not sure I would recommend the trippy sexual violence to someone new. Unless you're talking about the super old adaptations. Yeah, the teen angst is not for everyone. I only came here for the 'reeeee weebs' comments. and join one of thousands of communities. I feel like beginner friendly are shows that don't rely on Japanese culture/references, have any of the "weird" things that anime can be known for, and are generally straightforward plot wise. It was made in the 90's. The story is still awesome I mean, I get the idea of making the MMO realistic to appeal to gamers, but if I wanted to see some meh animated battles with the same raid boss over and over again I'd just go play an MMO myself. /Rant I'd say give it another shot. Maybe 10 more episodes and see if the humor fits with you. If not, you probably won't enjoy Gintama as a whole. Episode 1 and 2 are filler btw. Red Action/Adventure box, look to the right for the blue “ready for the joyride” box then 10 down is Jojo I feel like JJBA's got a major stack overflow going on in that category. To be a man you must have honor; honor and a PEEEENIS! I even watched through all that garbage, but what came in season 2 is so beyond garbage I quit in the middle of it and never looked back. It's funny, because what you would expect is what happened. People started recommending him anime shows on twitter. Death Note, Attack on Titan, Overlord...They all went downhill so fast. Themeworker 2045 指標 2046 指標 2047 指標 2 年前 There are multiple serious arcs sprinkled in throughout the series. Also the end has more of the serious arcs. recommending bakemonogatari for beginners season 2 was pretty good imo. idk if you're talking about actual season 2 with GGO Zekken or arc 2 of season 1, which seems to be a mistake half the haters make tho And now I'm going to be binging anime again. It always sucks to me when I find a good one and run out of episodes because I have a really hard time finding new good ones. This gave me at least 3 I want to check out. It says he didn't include series with 100 episodes, so Inuyasha would be out. I though Log Horizon would do something more with the great premise, but honestly the guide is spot on when calling it "the boring smart one". Neon Genesis Evangelion should be somewhere at the top. I never understood the hate for the show. The first arc is great. There are a surprising number of major popular films that fail this test. Goddamn it's the best and most wholesome of them all! Oh god, oh no, what did I get myself into use the following search parameters to narrow your results: Somebody please tell me they found Trigun on this list. I've looked 3 times and can't see it. Attack on Titan has a very strong third season. anime recommendation chart The 2nd part of season 3 is especially amazing and 100% worth the watch. But I agree with Overlord, that just got insanely boring and not much happened. Was he one of the guys doing the GoT 'episode context for non readers' I think I remember his username from those posts. It's a cool chart and all, but it's a few years old and pretty outdated. It's lacking a lot of very good beginner friendly shows from recent years, like One Punch Man and My Hero Academia. I watched pretty much all of these. And then some. Best part is that I normally skip the intro and credits and no ads. So it's like 15ish minutes long. I just started attack on titan again and I smashed through like seasons 1 and 2 in a night while doing laundry and other things. GrandeThiefAutomobil 25 指標 26 指標 27 指標 2 年前 I’m so glad somebody remembers Samurai Flamenco that shit was fire It's also good to know I'm sorta starting on the right foot. My first anime is full Metal alchemist but the original. I've already heard that the original was not a good choice for some reason. Yeah. It’s suffering from a severe lack of Konosuba. I think this predates OPM. The Pokemon anime isnt very good. A Silent Voice and Your Name are the two big great movies to come out recently that are fantastic. When will this flowchart get it’s own live action remake? "Also Inuyasha" is written under Twelve Kingdoms, at least Your Name is a fucking amazing movie and everyone needs to watch it. It's a list of recommendations based on someones personal opinions and knowledge about the subject. What's wrong with that? Cutsie wutsie breaks: Little Witch Academia. I don't mean it as an insult, dramas, even as you binge them, need a light-hearted break. This is a great example of an anime version of that if you're wanting to stay immersed. It's a cute version of witch-only Harry Potter, anime-only. Nobody can change your mind, it is what it is. Immediately uses another anime as a reference comparison. Nothing compared to the hundreds of awesome hours spent watching Gintama. Why the hell is there an “Incest” category? What is this, Alabama? If that's you, Elfen Lied. Prepare for a John Wick....and anime harem things. Guides are reference materials, how-tos, and/or comparison tables. 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This includes guides describing the creation of dangerous items/materials and/or guides that are designed with the purpose to harm or hurt others do not fit the culture of this sub and will be removed. Is it me, or is also Inuyasha missing here? Was looking there for Jojo's but it was on the complete other side of the flowchart. Jojo's still has 3 more parts to animate and the rest of the current part. Same here! Was hoping to find some similar anime recommendations. I'll leave a recommendation for you! I also really liked Blue Exorcist a lot, I think you will too since you enjoyed Seven Deadly Sins. Pretty different, but I liked them both for similar reasons. EDIT: For movie goers, Redline might be up you guys' alley. It's free on YouTube and one of the best animated films imo I saw trigun first which was the reason i even read the whole list xD That makes you into anime, you're trapped forever now I didn't get anime until Kill Bill Volume 2 . Blood and actual human atrocities to ourselves made it make sense. Yes it does from time-to-time but mainly it's a comedy show with heavy reference to Japanese and anime culture and also a bit of history. When it comes to the serious arcs though, it hits really hard and you'll often learn various life lessons as well. Trigun also looks old animation-wise at this point. It was Japanese and fucking terrible. Like, an embarrassment. All of the flashy alchemy effects and ooooh a giant metal suit of armor look how cool!! None of the emotional heart or the thematic soul. I couldn't find JoJo did I miss it or is this missing it I refuse to watch boruto. Naruto has consumed over 6 years of my life and it was enough It's a shame because the idea was really interesting. It's there in the extended bit at the bottom, but I find their choices a bit questionable. Now that’s a boruto plot line I could get into Is there an option for "no annoying, whiney voices"? PM_MEYOURBREASTICLES 41 指標 42 指標 43 指標 2 年前 Stay away from high school slice of life shows. It's like the grilled cheese of anime. There's nothing wrong with grilled cheese, but it doesn't exactly push the boundaries of the culinary process so when so many people like the plain old grilled cheese so, so much others push back. They revolt against the affront of liking something simple and overdone. You see the same reaction to Nickleback. It’s under action/adventure, they recommended watching OO, wing, and seed first. Screeches in Universal Century I'm not trying to be facetious, I want to watch more than a couple of movies, mostly by Studio Ghibli... Sometimes not even that Outdated or not, .hack was the far superior trapped onnthe internet venre show. It still holds up It's actually an amazing show that's hilarious and surprisingly gripping at times Somebody pointed out that the show Keijo!!!!!!!! never had a scene that failed this test, as the characters were all women, and they never talked about men. Under Action/Adventure - Ready for a joyride? the last arrow, old school comic style Many of you might have whole folders of guides, but they are all on similar topics. Please help keep the sub diverse by not saturating the sub with one topic. If you do we may remove some of your posts in the interest of keeping a wide array of topics. It has the greatest path though on this list in my opinion. questioningduck221 149 指標 150 指標 151 指標 2 年前 Robotech was my gateway, and your description is perfect. OPM especially is a good anime for all. I know a lot of people who watch it who aren't into anime at all You'll miss out on the "*blushes* i-i-indirect k-k-k-k-k-ki-ki-kissu??!!" though 3. Nonserious/Comedy Guides Will Be Removed orbitalbombardment69 19 指標 20 指標 21 指標 2 年前 Well, I find that guides are usually either scientifically accurate or based on opinion. This happens to be based on opinion as you can't really scientifically prove that someone will enjoy the same show you did. It's just a guideline, though and a great one at that. Attack on Titan, Mob Psycho 100, OPM, Cowboy Bebop, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure . I haven't watched many anime, but these are solid ones without much cringe Solid chart,but with some arguable mistakes. I cant believe Code Geass for example is stuck in scifi adventure,when its one of the best written animes out there. On the other hand,mirai nikki was so spot on i chuckled. The show does get serious then? Like, how long does that take, because the first episode made it seem like a bunch of zany stuff would happen, with Scooby Doo chases and nothing of importance really happening aside from them accidentally solving a mystery or whatever. Are there any others which would just be classified as great movies that you can watch one evening without being obsessed with the genre or having to see all the episodes? 7 minute battle of wits over toilet paper? So imma not reading this and watch jojo anyway And Naruto is in the “watch this if you don’t want a show that’s over” category when it’s been over for a little while. The ironic thing about Kill la Kill is it has a strong cast of well written female characters who dont just exist for the sake of male characters, which is something you cant say for a tonne of shows with one tenth the fanservice. The fucking fullmetal alchemist live action was the worst thing I've ever seen. Not sure if it was made by Netflix but imo live action rarely comes out good for animes. Attack on Titan also transferred itself well for my tastes. The dramas are rarely written with 2nd season in mind. I think that's just the way in the Anime business. Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood is a rare exception because 1) it's a reboot and 2) it's faithful to its completed source material I introduced my SO to My Hero Academia and he has binged watched it in pretty much a weekend. It's definitely a good beginner anime and good for people that aren't that much into anime. Couldn't finish crybaby cause of those scenes. It was too weird whenever I was on drugs. If you enjoy it I wouldn't say there's such thing as overdoing it. It's a choice they can make themselves. π   Rendered by PID 60472 on reddit-service-r2-loggedout-59c94dd67f-2slx5 at 2021-09-19 07:51:02.977196 00:00 running bb4d410 country code: HK. I really want to recommend Kill La Kill to people but the sexualization of teenage girls in that particular anime makes it a very hard sell. It's a show about a sport where women in swimsuits try to push each other into water using only their breasts or their bottoms. chicken_afghani 110 指標 111 指標 112 指標 2 年前 * 4. 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I went through thus just to make sure Jojo's is here, not dissapointed. The ultimate anime recommendation flowchart anime recommendation chart for beginners:coolguidesThe ultimate anime recommendation flowchart anime recommendation chart for beginners:coolguides Asking the real question here. Thank you for reminding me dude, I'm gonna watch some Shin Chan now. Also, one girl has hypno-titties. 10/10 show. If you know the source of your guide, post it in the comments so people can know the true heros! Put your lie in April down there next to Clannad and I'll be happy. what is coming to netflix in may 2021