kenjiharima wrote:Overall if it's the story and art I vote Stien's;Gate. Awesome storyline about time traveling, great characters and hell yeah! HUKE the artist of Black Rock Shooter did the artwork.
Btw there is an unaired episode in the coming DVD.
I really wish the Steins;Gate game would get licensed.
vampko wrote:My problem is the show is over 100 episodes in now...it's sorta hard to just 'jump in'.
DarkAdonis wrote:vampko wrote:My problem is the show is over 100 episodes in now...it's sorta hard to just 'jump in'.
How so? Most of the episodes are either self-contained or 2 parters with not too much bearing on the overall story. Thats not to say there aren't the more dramatic/actiony arcs (which are also incredible). But I'd compare watching the usual Gintama episode to playing Totori without having played Rorona. I'd suggest watching it all in order, but its not absolutely necessary.
And its one of those great shows that, imo, you can watch over and over. I don't think its ever failed to get make me laugh, get emotionally invested, or get excited.
I'd go so far as to say its the only show out of the top 3 on Crunchy Roll that actually deserves that high a rating.
myskaros wrote:It's more like, a choice between watching a 12-episode anime, and watching a 200-episode anime. If you like to know the entire story, the 12-epper is just less daunting, and you feel like you get somewhere by watching 2 episodes. If you watch 2 episodes of Gintama, you still have over 100 more episodes to watch. Some people don't mind that, but some people feel that, once they get invested, it bothers them to not be finished, so they would rather never start. It's just a matter of philosophy and personal preference.
vampko wrote:That's mostly it. Thank you for putting it into words ~
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