2. Has an anime ever made you cry?
Yes, a fair number of times. The longest, ugliest cry was probably the ending of Angel Beats.
7. Have you ever watched an entire anime in one sitting?
Many times and many regrets. Baccano, to name one. My most impressive one, to me, I think though, was season 1 of Kaiji.
Essentially, I started watching at around 9 PM and said “oh, i’ll try the first episode of this…” and then around episode 20 or so, I literally just passed out from exhaustion, woke up a few hours later and finished it. I don’t think I actually left the chair I was in, so I’m going to count this.
15. What is your favorite harem anime?
This is a tough question, because I really don’t like most of them… … OH! Ouran High School Host Club. Totally counts.
23. What is the most times you’ve re-watched an anime?
Tough question, but it would probably be Kaiji or Baccano. Those are the shows I have sat down the absolute most with the intent of watching the whole thing in a short period of time. I’ve probably seen all of Cowboy Bebop more times, maybe FLCL,but those weren’t really intentional.
25. What is an anime you regret watching?
Since you already mentioned Infinite Ryvius, let me go for the trifecta of my three most hated anime. Rin: Daughters of Mnemosyne and Linebarrels of Iron. I regret watching all three of these shows ENORMOUSLY and I am actually, genuinely angry over the time I wasted on all of them. I’d have to say Rin is probably the worst because it had the best premise, budget and was only a 6 episode series and it ruined it so fantastically and in the most extremely misogynistic way I’ve ever seen anything do, in addition to making me intensely uncomfortable during the last two episodes. Actually, ALL of the episodes were varying degrees of uncomfortable.
I also regret what little of the first Mardock Scramble movie I watched.
39. Is there an anime you wish was more popular?
Honestly, I can’t think of any. s-CRY-ed already got the best toys I could ever ask for. Maybe Read or Die, but the TV show assassinated any chance at long-term quality it had. King of Bandit: Jing might be my top slot. It’s a short, breezy series that’s lots of fun and doesn’t have too much notability or content, despite being pretty perfect for a long-running series.