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August 20th, 2012 - Genevieve-888029 said:

Love them both! Great introduction to Japanese history and culture. Subbed over Dubbed any day.


April 12th, 2012 - Lorraine-361741 said:



September 27th, 2011 - Andrew-766945 said:

I like them both, depending on what it is. I used to be way more open to viewing a bunch of stuff at one time, but honestly, there are maybe two to three series at a time that I'm willing to watch. The manga I read is Naruto, Bleach, and Deadman Wonderland. As for watching anime, Bleach and Ao no Exorcist. I do watch the Mobile Suit Gundam series when they come out. Sometimes, I'll watch Naruto when a part of the manga I care about is being animated.


October 22nd, 2010 - Corinna-623958 said:

Naruro, Bleach, Kekkaishi, Dragonball Z, One Piece, Digimon, Rurouni Kenshin, Miyazaki. Not to mention I also have a subscritpn to Shonen Jump and I have MangaX on my iPhone. Also, I love almost anything from Square Enix. Especially Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts. ANIME/MANGA FOREVER!!!


March 14th, 2008 - Robert-3483 said:

The world needs some bishop-approved catholic manga and anime. A catholic approved manga version of the entire Bible would be nice. You have to compete against the Picture Bible by Iva Hoth (protestant but good, 800 page comic book).


March 12th, 2008 - Robert-3483 said:

There is a large range of quality in anime/manga between the virtuous to extremely offensive. The majority of the public mass media culture needs a lot more grace before the items below would be more common in public. Often titles like these below are not made available in North America at all. If it is available in North America, it is often not accessible at reasonable cost.

* Pitaten (elementary school kid whose mother died, lives next door to an angel)

* Maria-sama ga Miteru (Virgin Mary watches over us) -- catholic girl school drama done with grace and virtue