Has anyone seen The Devil Is A Part Timer? I started it last night when looking for something to watch on Netflix. I went in with little to no expectations and I actually like it.
It's about Satan and his servant trying to take over their world Ente Isla, and they start to lose the battle, so Satan and his servant retreat into this portal that leads them to modern day Tokyo and they're stuck in human forms with no magic, so they find jobs to survive for the time being until they find a way back to Ente Isla. Shortly after Satan arrives in Tokyo, 'the hero' from the Ente Isla comes through the portal to kill Satan.
It's a good watch if you're wanting to watch an anime that doesn't take itself seriously. ]
Since I finished school and currently have no job and looking for one, on my down time I've been watching Gurren Lagann and it's a damn good show. Get ready for some feels though. Has anyone checked it out? If so, what's your opinion on it?
I liked it, it's pretty high up on one of my favorites and I usually hate robot based animes. It gets kind of ridiculous, but in a hype way IMO.
It's the best anime to watch if you're getting into competitive gaming. Because it increases your real life fighting spirit first time through lol
It's growing to be one of my favorite animes. It definitely brings out the hype in it that's for sure and the ridiculousness is what I really love about it. I really like how there's action in pretty much every episode. I'm so used to DBZ and watching 3 episodes of nothing happening and then when something finally does happen it's the end of the episode lol.
For the most part I don't mind mech animes, there's just not that many that I get interested in. I know Neon Genesis Evangelion is supposed to be one of the top-tier animes but I watched the first I think 5 episodes and I just could not get into it at all.
I believe that's because Shinji kills it for some people. He's too realistically scared/depressed as a kid should be in that situation. People want strong protagonists, not ones that cry and complain the entire time.
Maaaan the ending makes my soul water every single time.
When it was all said and don't, Simon was the greatest hero ever