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Ginko
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Ginko

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    1. jmriz
      jmriz
      Your review rule is fine with me, I'm actually getting to need some new anime as I have been enthralled with HxH and need an anime to keep the good feelings as I'm almost finished with it..... either Kido Senkan Nadesico or Kyousou Giga. By the way, I appreciate your rating of Watamote, as its a favorite and receives a lot of undue flak.
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      2. jmriz
        jmriz
        Actually, could you review D-frag, I know it is dubbed. I really need a zany comedy like The Disastrous Life of Saiki K. or Daily Lives of High School Boys and am wondering if it stands up to those?
        Mar 31, 2017
      3. Ginko
        Ginko
        Yeah, D-Frag is a thing I can do. I haven't seen it yet, so I'll need some time to watch it first.

        In the meantime, may I suggest Good Luck Girl, Kill Me Baby, or MM!
        Mar 31, 2017
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      4. jmriz
        jmriz
        Thanks, Good Luck Girl looks interesting.
        Mar 31, 2017
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Apr 24, 1984 (Age: 33)
    Home Page:
    http://www.anime-planet.com/users/Ginko7913/anime/watching
    Occasional anime reviewer with a focus on series that don't get talked about often. Whether it slipped under the radar, or it's a little too old for newer fans to have heard of, I like to open people up to experiences outside of their norms.

    My personal favorites are those that strike an emotionally mature tone. Series like Mushi-Shi, Ergo Proxy, and Michiko & Hatchin are good examples. That's not to say I don't like to dip my toes in absurdity every once in a while, though. Series like Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt, and Cromartie High School endure as my top comedies.

    While a contentious choice, I'm a dubs-only fan. In an argument old as anime itself, I side with the less popular option. My take is that rather than divide each other into camps, we anime fans should frankly be satisfied that we like the same thing.