Debat Topic 6: What Anime did anda dislike the most, ever, and what is your reason for the dislike?
Give proper reasons, please. I don't want komen-komen that span the length of a sentence and sum up nothing lebih than the fact that anda disliked that particular show. Please give reasons why anda disliked it.
I will be completely honest... I disliked Deadman Wonderland quite a bit. I don't hate it atau anything, but it annoyed me the most out of any Anime I've seen.
When I first heard about it and the concept behind it, I was excited to see it. The idea of it just had so much potential and could have been something really amazing.
Instead I found lebih negative things about it to outweigh the positives. Firstly, what pissed me off the most was the ending episodes of the anime. They were rushed leaving the Anime with an extremely poor ending. There were 'shock' moments that were completely unnecessary and (don't wanna give away spoilers) but one character's death was completely ridiculous, drawn out, unrealistic..and well... anda didn't even care about it. I disliked how the Anime didn't bungkus, balut things up. YES I understand that they were intending to follow it up with a saat season, but that's obviously not happening seeing as DW's sales bombed in Japan. And yes, I understand the Manga goes lebih in depth and explains things, but I don't want to have to read the Manga in order to understand the anime. That's silly.
Another thing I disliked was the main character Ganta. I feel that he did not grow at all as a character even sejak the end. The Anime tried to attempt some character development with him, but unfortunately I just didn't see it working. The two characters I WAS interested in had barely any screen time, then they go and make one of them a complete loony out of the blue. Like.. what the heck? :L
Another thing I disliked was the dialogue. I've never had this problem with Anime before, but I just really didn't click with the dialogue in Deadman Wonderland. At points it was just really... uhm.. trying too hard? Cliche at points and rather lame at other points.
I mean, Deadman Wonderland COULD have been amazing! That episode in the beginning where they're in the dog race was incredible, I was seriously glued to the screen and loved the concept. But, unfortunately, that single episode was the only good part about the Anime in my opinion.
This is officially the biggest 'hate' rant I've ever done.. now I feel bad, I don't normally hate on Anime :L
I on like the melachony of haruhi suzumiya because I saw some scenes of it in a video which I didn't like and I dislike mermaid melody because it seems a stupid cartoon and their a lot of Ciuman scenes
It's a dead heat between Naruto and Fate Stay Night for me.
Don't get me wrong - there are things I really liked about both series. Naruto started out as a series I was skeptical about and managed to surprise me early and often. What I thought would be just another ninja tunjuk turned out to have some interesting characters, an innovative use of "magic", and the fighting was so thoughtful and deep that I could overlook many of the tropes. To this day, I feel that some of the fights in this tunjuk would rank highest on my senarai of favorites.
Fate Stay Night had an incredibly innovative storyline, one that I could help but feel compelled to watch. The idea of a bunch of mages gaining access to some of history's greatest Heroes and using them in combat for both their own goals and those of the Heroes was incredible. And that's not to mention that Fate Zero ranks as my all time kegemaran anime, and it was a prequel to this.
So, how do they end up on the bottom of my list? Naruto managed to take any good faith I had in it and dash it completely. What started out as a series of innovative fights with a somewhat dull and simple main cast turned into another DBZ with a somewhat dull and simple main cast. Sakura, Naruto and Sasuke are practically all character tropes, and I can't say I like any of them. It's become much lebih about who can launch the biggest and most powerful obliterating attack than anything to do with tactics, and characters keep getting lebih obscenely overpowered. That wouldn't put it at the bottom of my senarai if the series learned to grow up, but it never did. Character deaths have increased of late, but on the whole, Naruto has had to suffer very little despite being involved with vary dangerous people and a large scale war. He's still the same person he was at the start - a boy who thought he could do anything if he just tried hard enough. And what's more, he's even proven that he can bring people back from the dead! One of the best fights in the anime, leading to the deaths of several very important people to him, ended with all of them being revived like some giant reset button on greatness.
As for Fate Stay Night, it stopped being good at the concept. The mages were mostly kids, and none of them seemed to be all that interesting. Their own fights were just so boring I could practically sleep through them. The Heroes themselves were somewhat lebih interesting, though several of them were just such basic concepts that I can't say I much appreciated them. Many of them were simply far too different in strength to ever even warrant a reasonable matchup, which just made the whole thing seem pre-planned to let the protagonist win. The fights themselves were rote, mostly very simple and with easily anticipated outcomes. The ending was obvious and annoying. I don't really have much good to say about the series at all. The prequel was so much better because it didn't fall into any of these traps.
There aren't just to many Anime shows that I don't like, but I never liked Lucky Star. It just bored the hell out of me, yes I watched lebih than one episodes I think I watched like five atau six. Not sure, but wow I really don't know how anyone can watch that Anime without falling asleep. Like in the first episode all they talked about was what some one had for lunch and different ways anda can eat a cupcake; and in the seterusnya one they did homework. Like really? xD learning about about how america became independent is seriously way lebih interesting than Lucky Star. I've always liked action Anime lebih anyways. There's not much lebih I can say about it considering that's the only Anime that I have watched that I've disliked. :L But I also have never been a peminat of Hetalia it's also boring, and it's only five minit long which is really stupid, and it's just a lot to go through. I mean I'd watch it in History class if we had nothing better to do. I'm not really sure how Hetalia got a popular as it was. Maybe because of the yaoi, in which I like, but it's still boring. But in both of these Anime anda can't really tell what's it's really about anda know. Cause I'm not really sure what Lucky bintang is about and also Hetaila.
Ugh. This soalan is always hard to answer. I can tell anda about Anime that never caught my interest, that bored me, that just seemed like a failure to me. But 'hate'? Aye....
I suppose I'd have to say just about any Anime based off of a game atau another piece of media and simply failed to capture the epicness of what it should be. Pandora Hearts and Kuroshitsugi are just pathetic seterusnya to the original works of the manga--fake early ending for Pandora Hearts and a completely made up saat season for Kuroshitsugi when the first season was already just messed up.
For games, Fate/Stay Night and Tales of the Abyss come to mind. And god, do not get me started on the one Anime they did on api, kebakaran Emblem. My kegemaran Nintendo SERIES, and they just made me cry throughout that bad animation. I still feel the mental scars from watching that disappointment...
The worst was probably Medaka Box, though. The entire series in general had lots of potential. There were several epic scenes, the characters seemed interesting, and it could have been a shounen that I could enjoy. But I swear, the penulis was simply lazy. That's the only feasible explanation I can think of. It was like he just wanted to write specific scenes, so he just did whatever the hell he wanted in between just to rush to the good stuff, which made it so sloppy. Plus, he changed the keseluruhan style of the story constantly--the first season's like a slice of life, while the saat season, known as Abnormal, is basically all shounen--and he lacked keseluruhan character depth. I really want to send a strongly worded letter to that man...
Most Anime that catches my interest I'll usually end up liking so there's few Anime that I have watched and disliked. But if I had to choose, High School of the Dead never appealed to me. I wasn't planning on watching it but, my friend forced me. The only reason I even watch the whole series was because she kept pushing me to watch another episode. I realize this Anime is supposed to be fun and not taken seriously, but I'm naturally a critic so here we go~ Barely any of the characters I found to be very likable atau have any unique interesting qualities. They just tended to...make me angry for some reason. >.< The only character I actually came to like was Saeko, because she was nice, protective, and an awesome fighter. But then of course she was used for major fanservious. And from what I read online she apparently gets sexually aroused when killing zombies...? So that kind of spoiled part of her character for me. And all of the ecchi launched at the viewers face every possible moment wasn't very appealing either. Now there are a lot of epic Anime that happens to have fanservious in it and I really shouldn't let fanservious (as massive and ridiculous as it was) lead me off from a good plot. But the thing is, the plot itself I didn't find to be very entertaining either. I value originality and in HOTD, that is just something I didn't see. It seems like today anda can stick zombies on anything and it will be a huge success bringing in a significant amount of money. And with HOTD having zombies, fanservice, and Pistol and violence, it seems as though that is the creator's exact intentions. And the story line itself I thought was highly predictable. Most of the time I was pretty accurate in predicting what would happen in the seterusnya scene atau even episode. I Cinta plots that take drastic turns and keep me in a suspenseful curious mood but, with this series I barely felt that at all. Maybe the mood was different for other people who watched it but, that's just me. While I don't care for it, I didn't think High School of the Dead was a completely awful anime. I don't even really hate it, just out of all of the Anime I have watched it would be at the very bottom. On the upside the dub was well done, I liked the soundtrack, and the art style was beautiful. Though it was a while lalu that I finished it and might have forgotten some aspects of it so this review probably isn't the most accurate. XD In conclusion, keseluruhan I would rate High School of the Dead a 5.5/10~
The Anime I disliked the most out of all I've seen was High School of The Dead. Although, admittedly I only saw half of the first episode so I can't really say anything about the quality of the plot atau how developed the characters are. I can sit through just about anything, except for gore. I can't stand horror. It's kind of hard to explain, but I'd say I'm one of the people that hates the "violence against women and children" type of gore. I don't really have a problem with seeing a bunch of tough guys hacked apart in an action series though. Seeing a bunch of high school kids being eaten alive sejak zombies really isn't my idea of entertainment. When I saw the part where the one girl kicked her friend into the zombies I had to quit there. I really hate seeing cute girls violently killed. Not that I like seeing guys killed. In Darker Than Black season 2, I was also disturbed when Nika (a boy) was eaten alive sejak insects. It just tends to bother me lebih when it's girls. I just get really pissed and usually remain disturbed for a couple of days. So I really can't watch horror Anime in general. I don't know what I was thinking when I tried to watch HOTD.