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If you guys haven't already heard of this series, you should be reading "Keyman - The Hand of Judgement" written and illustrated by Warai Naku. The story centers around Detective Alex Rex, a beastman and resident of Rockville City.
Rockville city is unique in that they are protected by a super-powered hero, the titular Keyman.
He's your typical superman archetype; flight, super strength, impervious to bullets and harm...that is until one day Keyman is found murdered, arms torn off and the mysterious message of "DR. NECRO" engraved on his chest.
The story follows Detective Rex as he tries to uncover the mystery behind Keymans violent death, and who this DR. NECRO is.
The art style is definitely western influenced and I've heard it likened to the Powers comic series. All-in-all it's got a great story, great art, great pacing, and great action. It's got 7 volumes that have been fan translated and the group in charge is working on the 8th which was released this month.
If you want something new go ahead and check this out. You won't be disappointed.
Written by the guy who did Full Metal Panic!, it immediately starts off with the main character being asked on a date by some girl that randomly pulls out a flintlock rifle and shoves it in his face. Nuff said really.
Also features the mascot from Fumoffu as a violent character in a theme park. It's 13 episodes short, and is ridiculously hilarious.
Yup Gintama can pull off both over-the-top action and comedy regularly.
New season on April 8th. Although it's a long series so it's gonna be a time investment to catch up with hundreds of episodes plus couple movies. The manga is is even further ahead at 500+ chapters. Well worth it though just keep in mind if your starting off on the anime the first 20~ episodes or so [especially the first two filler episodes that makes you question "wft is going on?" ] are a bit tame since that mostly focuses on character introductions/world building/etc . The actual antagonists and plot foreshadowing doesn't get introduced until after several episodes.
Oh try is definitely nowhere near as good as the first series.
no doubt about that.
but it does have some things I really like.
also, the female meijin seems like on of the most rushed insert characters I have ever seen.
basically the third meijin with titties.
you can't make me like her TRY.
not even the giant missing pants leg can make me like her!
you gotta do better than that!
she isn't worthy of six times the passion of ordinary flamenco!
If you like gothic stuff but not too much I recommend the cartoon Ruby Gloom probably one of the most enjoyable cartoons I have seen so far. And the only Canadian cartoon besides Ed, Edd and Eddy that I can watch without throwing up.
So there's this anime, Show by Rock!!
it's one of those life of life-y kinda anime, and it's all very adorable and such. It has a lot of songs and the designs for the characters are really nice. They did a good job on the voice acting and colors too~
An example of a song from the show
EDIT: Pfft, forgot to mention. The anime switches between CGI (for the music sessions) and normal anime affair. I like the change.