Post that moment when you fell in love with a series.
It was at this moment I knew I was watching something special.
>not falling in love from the first episode
I had no idea what this show was about when I started watching, this scene sealed the deal right away.
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When making an original series, it's important to grab viewers' attention and establish the tone ASAP. Trigger did it in the first 5 minutes.
This turned my opinion of Death Parade into fun/10 show into top contender for AotS.
They've been nailing the past few episodes.
It was also the moment I fell in love with her.
he just wants to be like the normal boys ;_;
from one of the less discussed arcs but it mightve been my favorite part of the series.
That fucking music man.
Episode 12. That's fanart.
I had to go through two shit routes and half of this one to finally make it there.
It's always butts or boobs when you see a man's shoulder, /a/.
when I first saw this scene, the narration, the animation, the entire HAPPENING, everything added together in to a pretty unique experience. made me realize that it's something special.
Second season never.
If you thought that was awful, he completed the mission of killing the Guntanks but died like a bitch to a man with no battlefield experience or emotional control because he thought that guy was hot shit.
I probably already fell in love with the series the moment Touman woke up after he lost his memories and decided to keep it a secret from Index to protect her smile.
the parrlt in jormungand when jonah shoots at mercenaries chasing him while koko drives. pretty damn early.
>you will never have a ghost white, ghost white hair born at sea caring nee-san/gf
Not a series, but the whole fight scene with Asuka in EoE
>those amazing animations
>fight had realistic weight and momentum
>the fucking godtier music
I still get goosebumps when I rewatch and this song starts to play
I honestly thought this was where the series went downhill. It was so much better when it was just episodic, day to day activities and trying not to get killed
Eh, it was still ridiculous at the end. Too much that it made senketsu's death lack any emotion to it.
>best friend dies
>plays the ok ED from cour 1 instead of the sad song on the OST
Not really an "exact moment" but the entire park scene in the 3rd episode of Bake sold the series for me. The banter between these two is hilarious.
The whole ryodan arc
Plus when I heard this for the first time. The hypest shit
>watching ANY nihei work before reading them
no anime has made me laugh harder
You know it! God knows that -
Ashura stole the show.
From a harmless mook in the original series to one of the best characters in the whole damn show.
Yeah, this scene is incredibly well done. It's a moment, for me, that made me stop, rewind, and really examine the imagery and message being conveyed.
Even though this is one of the greatest works I have seen, I have some difficulty picking out just one exact moment that captivated me. Maybe this: >>122348488
I knew it was going to be edgy as fuck and I was going to love it.
Best Character comin' through.
And then the fight in the next episode.
It was here that I had this glimmer of hope that something good was going to come from watching this. I held on to the bitter end convinced that there was going to be some redemption. There wasn't.
I honestly had trouble knowing what to feel when this happened. Part of me wanted to laugh at how many light years out of left feel it was, part of me wanted to punch a hole in my screen. It genuinely took me a few days to process that episode.
This scene was awesome especially when the song glassy sky started playing
I really need to just
buy this series on blu-ray
I'll forever miss watching this with /a/, though.
>Viral and Simon GATTAI for the first time
>watching on niconico with a bunch of anons and moonpeople
>screen covered in GATTAIIIII and other nonsense as the two combine
Feeling that energy through a fucking screen was godlike
Who's the guy in Gurren Lagann that threw the rock at Rossiu?
I remember /a/ being concerned of his safety but I can't remember his name.
The art has always intrigued me, and the character designs were neat. Too bad the story and writing and the characters actual personalities all sucked.
It had me from Kanade and Tsubasas duet.
People thought it was Bruce Ironstaunch, but he actually supported Rossiu
Isn't the BD like $400?
See this is why I say 60 fps looks "sped up." Because there's no way Geass was ever at 60 fps, yet this is, and so basically someone just over doubled the framerate with the same amount of info as a 24 fps broadcast.
For me, it's the scene where Okabe is looking around at the changed Akihabara, ending song playing.
When Tsukimoto gets his winning spirit
in general, this episode have a marvelous photography direction
I already really liked the show, but it was this that made me go "okay this is one of my favorites"
That fucking music
Gurren Lagann first episode, Simon's grit smile when they blast through the roof of the village.
>a thread without shitting on TTGL
woah, where am I
The whole arc about
Dog knight's death, Yuuhi getting his powersand on top of it, this page.
Sorry about the watermark, can't find it on batoto.
There really aren't many videos produced at 60fps because people are used to 24fps. There are lots of gaming videos on youtube that are 60fps (only available with the HTML5 player). Do you own research to find the rest.
Exploding a giant condom in the final episode it makes the sound of wine bottle being popped open.
Yeah I can see your point
How about you stop trying to pigeon hole it?
The final scene of the first OVA floors me
I played that so for a week after finishing it
Credits rolled. I sat there in disbelief.
This show became number one of all time after it gave no qualms in killing off a major character and making me shed a single tear of respect and admiration . Life still went on without him
Before this scene I thought the series was fairly okay. Then this happened, and I knew I was going to enjoy this series. It was the first time the MC really showed how he could think outside the box and use the DN to its full potential.
I see people posting Asakura's twist but I fell in love in the baseball episode (yes I watched it airing order what are you gonna do about it)
Everything after Kyon became the pitcher was pure gold.
I was still in some entry level stuff, first time I bawled like a bitch...and loved the show for making me do that.
Im with you. Baseball episode was my fav Haruhi episode.
i haven't started the after story yet it just finished downloading
Episode is on my other PC, so here's a google pic.
Had a strange experience with this one. I was following the ride only with mild interest until this episode got me hyped up. Had a blast going through this and the next two or so, but after those the show kind of lost me. I barely even remember what followed them bar the ending.
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Posting obvious moment
The opening had me emotional too
Wasn't until this that I became 100% sure it was going to end up on my 3x3.
Ditto on this one, I was floored when I first watched that and it really cemented it as one of my favorites.
My personal favorite scene from the show was this one. Music was just so damn epic and I forever hate the nips for not appreciating a fucking good anime like this one.
The second the first op started playing I was wanting to kick myself for having not watched it yet.
Was going to post this scene but you took it from me. Damn do I love that series. Regardless of what the other anons say, I vastly prefer the second half of the series because it had a sense of direction, tons of amazingly plot twists, and lots of feels.
Ah well, I will post the next great scene in the series that made me feel so hard that I fell in love with it
Not a series but this was my favorite moment of the whole short.
This. It was pretty interesting so far, but damn this scene and then the house was when I decided to kill the entire series before stopping.
OP got me into the anime and then I read the manga.
Then Tomoko's confused but overly enthusiastic response to her homoeroticism for Yuu made me stay.
Didnt fall in love with the series, but these death scenes kept me from dropping the show. The only reason I kept watching was to see how they died after the first Arc. All the other arcs were just shit besides the deaths
That, and then pic related made me devoted. S2 when
Just the entire Yorkshin arc for me. Up until then it was definitely enjoyable but it hadn't earned its hype yet, although I knew that shit like the Chimera Ant arc was praised as fuck.
Everything about how they handled the Spiders and powerlevels, how the protagonists had to constantly work around problems and dance around the enemy while learning from the experience and getting stronger, but never resorting to the retarded shounen trope of "let's fight these legendary criminals one-on-one".
I was into this series from the get go, but when they started taking the material in more directions, and were willling to give it that sort of pitch black humor as well as the sight gag, that's when I feel for the show. Maria's scenes shifted the tone out of the self-deprecating suicide humor into something much more disconcerting.