Started watching Shimoneta
Started watching Re:zero
Is JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure good?
I saw it trending… the art looks cool… but it’s a show going around since 2012, not sure if I’m up to watch 100+ episodes lol it depends on the style/quality :D
edit: lol i already found out why its trending…
“After five generations of Joestar men … Introducing Jolyne Cujoh, the first female JoJo”
Netflix already politicizing it? … lol
I searched further… it seems this is a very weird anime… I’ll avoid it… for now lmao xD
@Hazu As a huge JoJo fan, I can safely say that the current part in the anime, Stone Ocean, is NOT political. If anyone’s to blame for that synopsis, it’s Netflix, and Netflix only.
I know that a series like JoJo is not for everyone, but I would still give it a shot at some point.
Also, when you do decide to watch/read it, don’t skip parts!
Cool, thanks man. It looks so weird, but also funny and cool at the same time. haha I’ve always heard about it, but never had the chance to read/watch it.
Re-watching Digimon Frontier 🐱
Watched Lupin III The First movie
Also gonna start Natsume Yuujinchou season 2
Started watching Deatte 5-byou de Battle
The Entertainment District Arc will be awesoooomeeeee :D :D :D :D
I finished up with Fate/Apocrypha and now, I’m focused on Neon Genesis Evangelion. I’m looking at Code Geass as the next addition to my Blu-Ray collection.
Finished Soul Eater. Now I’ll either start Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid or continue where I left off in Fairy Tail.
@KBGMan01, you’re making me want to start Soul Eater even though i’m already multitasking watching almost 20 anime at a time, hmmm… to start or not to start??
Metropolis is a visually stunning, rich, and memorable pleasure. It’s contributors have brought us other classics such as Astroboy and Akira. The story takes place in the muti-leveled, fascinating, megalopolis called Metropolis. Metropolis is loosely ruled by Duke Red, who is close to presenting his ultimate work, an advanced AI robot girl named Tima. His son; however, is an opponent of AI and resents Tima. Tima finds herself deep within the labyrinth of Meteoplolis. She befriends the kind son of a police officer and begins exploring her new world. When Duke Red’s son separates this new friendship, he puts much more at risk than anyone thought possible.
Humans and robots coexist in the multi-layered city of Metropolis, although robots are discriminated against and segregated to the city’s lowest levels. Most humans in Metropolis are unemployed and impoverished, with many blaming robots for taking their jobs.
Duke Red, Metropolis’s unofficial ruler and wealthiest citizen, has recently completed construction of The Ziggurat, a massive skyscraper which he claims will allow mankind to extend its power across the planet. A wayward robot disrupts the Ziggurat’s opening ceremony, prompting Duke Red’s adopted son Rock, the leader of an anti-robot paramilitary organization known as the Marduks, to shoot it down. Meanwhile, private detective Shunsaku Ban and his young nephew/assistant Kenichi Shikishima have traveled from Japan to Metropolis to apprehend rogue scientist Dr. Laughton, wanted for organ trafficking and human rights violations. Unbeknownst to Shunsaku, Duke Red has hired Dr. Laughton to secretly build a highly advanced android, modeled and named after his deceased daughter Tima, with the intention of using her as the central control unit for a powerful superweapon hidden at the top of the Ziggurat. Duke Red’s plans are disrupted however when Rock learns of Tima’s existence, and fearing for his father’s safety, shoots Laughton and sets his laboratory ablaze.
Discovering the burning laboratory, Shunsaku locates the dying Laughton, who directs Shunsaku to a notebook containing his research. Meanwhile, Kenichi stumbles upon the newly activated Tima. The two fall into the sewers and are separated from Shunsaku. While Shunsaku searches for his nephew, Kenichi and Tima search for a way back up to the street level. They grow close as Kenichi teaches Tima how to speak, both unaware that she is a robot. Learning that Tima survived the lab’s destruction, Rock and his subordinates hunt them relentlessly. The pair encounter a group of unemployed human laborers who stage an armed revolution against Metropolis’s leaders and robot workers.
Unhappy with the Duke’s popularity and influence, the president and the mayor of Metropolis try to use the revolution to overthrow Red and regain control of Metropolis. However, the president’s top military commander, General Kusai Skunk is revealed to be one of Red’s subordinates and assassinates them both. Red then imposes martial law and violently suppresses the revolution. In the aftermath, Kenichi reunites with Shunsaku, but Rock, who exposes Tima as a robot, wounds him. Red disowns Rock and removes him from command of the Marduks for attempting to kill Tima before taking her and Kenichi away to the Ziggurat.
Still determined to eliminate her and regain his father’s affection, Rock kidnaps and deactivates Tima, who is now confused about her identity. Having tracked Rock, Shunsaku recovers Tima, and following instructions from Laughton’s notebook, reactivates her. The two discover Kenichi is being held in the Ziggurat, but Duke Red and the Marduks capture them while the pair are en route. They are brought to the top of the Ziggurat, where Tima confronts Duke Red about whether she is a human or a robot. Duke Red tells her she is “superhuman” and destined to rule the world from her ‘throne’, the control system for the Ziggurat’s superweapon. Disguised as one of the Ziggurat’s maids, Rock shoots Tima in the shoulder, exposing her internal circuitry.
Horrified by her true identity, Tima goes insane, causing her implanted military protocols to take control. She proceeds to physically integrate with the throne and orders a biological and nuclear attack on humanity as punishment for abusing and discriminating against robots. While the others flee, Kenichi tries to reason with Tima. Robots all across Metropolis, drawn by Tima’s command, assault the Ziggurat and attack Duke Red and his forces. Not wanting “filthy robots” to kill his father, Rock triggers an overload in the superweapon, killing himself and Red in a massive explosion. As the Ziggurat starts to collapse around them, Kenichi finally reaches Tima and separates her from the throne. Still in a confused state, Tima tries to kill Kenichi, but falls off the tower in the struggle. Out of love for her, Kenichi tries to save Tima and pull her up using one of the cables still grafted to her arm. As the cable begins to fray, Tima remembers the time Kenichi taught her language and asks Kenichi, “Who am I?”, before the cable snaps and she falls to her presumed death. The Ziggurat collapses, destroying a large part of Metropolis.
Afterwards, Kenichi searches the ruins and discovers a group of robots have salvaged some of Tima’s parts in an effort to rebuild her. While Shunsaku and many other human survivors are evacuated, Kenichi chooses to remain behind to help the survivors rebuild. A photograph shown during the end credits reveals Kenichi eventually rebuilt Tima, and has opened a robot workshop.
Just resumed Fairy Tail where I left off. The Grand Magic Games is getting intense!
Finally started re-watching Pokemon, from the beginning 🤩
Also started Arslan Senki couple weeks ago
Unfortunately didn’t really get into Fairy Tail 😿