Enc wrote: »
Crunchyroll or Funimation's streaming service and forums.
As a lover of anime, always remember the words of the creator of all anime: Anime is a mistake, its nothing but trash.
mts wrote: »
heres how i see it being a total win situation for you
1. stay with your wife while she dog sits. this wins husband points since she knows its out of your comfort zone
2. have sex all over her friends house so that the next time you see her friend look at you condescendingly, you can wink back knowing you did the freaky deaky where she eats her cheerios.
Gabriel_Pitt wrote: »
You said you really liked Initial D, what about that did you like? Because there are probably thousands of different series that can be accessed through various streaming and on-demand services these days.
Sports, racing, something else?
Quid wrote: »
I think it'd be better for you to think about what it was about Akira that you liked and look for that. Anime is a really broad term that covers a lot of different stuff. Asking for more "good" anime is very much akin to asking for more "good" movies after seeing, I dunno, The Matrix. There are a lot of good ones out there but it's extremely subjective. Point being, you'd probably be better helped by saying what it was you liked about that particular anime and people can probably direct you from there.
dispatch.o wrote: »
In an effort to make this not an anime thread. I'd start with a local hobby store or comic book shop and ask whoever is behind the counter for some recommendations. Generally you need to decide if you can handle subtitled stuff, are interested in movies, serial shows with hundreds of episodes, or limited run stuff. There are also things that while not technically Anime are really well liked (the Castlevania stuff on NetFlix for example).
Madican wrote: »
This thread feels like a honeypot.
Madican wrote: »
In that case. OP you mentioned you like the racing aspect. I don't know many anime pertaining to racing but I do know two. The first, Redline, has already been suggested. The second is called Oban Star Racers. Not sure if it's on Crunchyroll but the general gist is Podracing, Mario Kart, and Twisted Metal mixed together in space.
Mr Khan wrote: »
Stuff with action and tension that's generally well regarded (without too much "goofiness" or other stuff that may put off people who aren't enamored of Japan's taste in comedy, cuteness, or sundry fanservice):
Attack on Titan
One Punch Man (although the latter borders on a gag series at times).
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure has a lot of twists and turns if you don't mind a bit of weirdness, but it's not the kind of weirdness that leads to controversy for the most part.
Ringo wrote: »
Well except what see317 said. That guy's always wrong.