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Mine one is One Punch Man and Naruto
Rising of shield hero
(not in order)
One piece definitely, I'm currently watching it for the fourth time (dub because I'm a slow reader) so ya it's kinda the best
@Animefangirl666 how many different anime series have you watched? It seems like a huge waste of time to watch One Piece more than twice, unless you have a very narrow slice of anime you are willing to watch.
I've actually watched about 46 different anime's, but I really like one piece and I get confused easily and miss can some details pretty easily. Also I like it a lot.
How many of those aren’t shounen? Do you like Gintama?
Considering One Piece has over 900 episodes now, it seems crazy to rewatch it more than twice.
I never seen gintama also I only watch the English dub so only about 500 episodes.
So you really haven’t watched all of One Piece and you’re only rewatching like half each time. Have you really seen all of 46 series or just parts?
What I’m really trying to say, is try sub even if you have to watch slowly and skip back... you’re really limiting yourself and prob watching lots of cr@p just because it’s dubbed.
Wow. Only 46? And you decided to watch one piece twice? You have some strange priorities. I mean its nice to stick with what you like, but i think its more worthwhile to venture out and explore different genres and find out what else you like. Also, sub is not as bad once you get used to it. I‘ve just always watched subbed so i can’t really relate to not liking it; but it doesn’t do all of the amazing series out there justice if you aren’t enjoying them because there’re subtitles that you have to read.
But if you’ve only been watching anime for a short time(which it seems you have been) then take your time and if you need to ease your way in to a different genre or into subtitles: try watching one episode of a different genre and see if you like it. And for subtitles: go back to one piece or a different anime you liked and watch it in subtitles until you’re comfortable with it. Don’t plunge yourself headfirst into a new anime where you’re too focused on reading that you’re not catching the story or the artwork.
What do you think?