Is watching anime something one does when they have no life?
I am very slowly watching episodes of both new and old Sailor Moon, although I care less for the new one. I had made a decision earlier this summer to stop taking part in any hype, especially within geek culture. Besides, I'd been all hyped up for the past
two years just waiting for this new adaptation, all my energy is gone. I'll watch it when I'll watch it. I started Jojo's but didn't get past the first episode, not 'cause I don't like it, but because something happened and I was too lazy to continue...Very
far behind on Naruto too.
I'm also dealing with school now, and this summer I had this major inner crisis about my passion/interests and writing which involved not giving much a damn about the same old anime story lines and ecchi-ness.
I felt the same way about most anime this year, not giving a damn about the story-lines and ecchi-ness. There is only so much one could take before they go insane! Having the high-school setting, panty shots, naive characters, and cliff hangar endings are the
norm for this century's anime. ramble, ramble, ramble.
Anime use to be so good back in the day, blah blah blah blah. After October, I will not watch anime anymore. I have found myself not a fan of anime after so long. And, I feel now that anime is indeed for children at least the way anime is heading towards. Not
saying it wasn't before but I just gave up with hoping for better anime. Anyway, I'm just going to throw away these old anime reviews I been drafting on & anime dvds. Drastic I know but I don't care anymore~ If anyone want some used anime dvds, let me know.