For discussing non-Tenchi related series
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by Dagon123
#1205 This can be either licenses or actual shows just coming out

From the director of Death Note and Highschool of the Dead, I really like the premise and animation so far of Guilty Crown, the first promo just got streamed, I suggest you check it out!
http://www.guilty-crown.jp/#/movie
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by GregTheLion
#1230 I'd say I'm looking forward to any new Tenchi projects, but with OAV3, a slew of spinoffs with none of the characters and a Porno, I can shamefully say I've given up on Tenchi :|
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by GregTheLion
#1239 Well, I take your point.
GXP was alright and pretty funny
and SKT was a good concept, except it was suppose to be a Tenchi spinoff.

Alright, I'll give Kajishima one more chance. But I personally am not getting my hopes up.
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by Akawoa
#1242 Looking forward to new shows from CLAMP and Gainax right now ^_^.

Blood C:
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Hoping Gainax can redeem themselves after they lost me with Panty and Stocking w/ Gartberbelt with:

Dantalian no Shoka:
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by Akawoa
#1251
Ryoko's Stepdad wrote:
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*Gulp* Oh God why does Japan prey upon my "Girls in glasses" kink?


The meganekko is strong with Japan
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by Dagon123
#1360 First berserk trailer up (Movie 1 of 3)

http://www.berserkfilm.com/
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by Oyasumi
#1725 I'm looking forward to Squid Girl season 2. :D The first season was hilarious and I'm sure the second one will be too.

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Also, the P4 anime looks like it's going to be interesting.

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by wwwwhhhhoooo
#1740 *Yeah, I know, not anime, but thread does say shows you're looking forward to...


Avatar: The Legend of Korra
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If you're haven't heard anything about this series (which is a difficult feat, I'm impressed) it's a continuation of the series "Avatar: The Last Airbender." I've yet to meet anyone that didn't like the first series (if you haven't seen it, I totally recommend it) so I'm excited for this new series.

The first series was proof that there's still good, original series to be made for American youth on tv (albeit not in numerous quantities) & I always saw the series as the closest analogue to what I've heard some refer to as "American Anime." If you see the artwork, animation style, it's very obvious there are little nuances here & there that are undoubtedly inspired by anime, & it's targeted audience is close to what anime's intended audience often is: teens & young adults (though first Airbender was also slightly geared to even younger audiences, being on Nickelodeon, but still enjoyable by older viewers)