No anime is dropped forever. However projects like these must come to an end at some time. All that’s left is a Tokyo Magnitude review and a final roundup. ‘But wait a goddarn second here’ I hear you say. ‘You said at the start of every single one of these posts that you had dropped somewhere in the region of 100 anime, and yet you’re stopping on 66? I call bullshit’. Well, that’s because the remaining anime on that massive dropped list consist of a single episode watched and nothing interesting to say about it. But hey, I said 100 anime so I might as well include them all. Prepare yourself for knee-jerk reactions galore!
009-1 – I vaguely remember a lesbian cyborg and bullet tits. Oh, and an absolutely terrible dub. That probably put me off more than the bullet tits
Amagami SS – If we kiss random body parts it should make us stand apart from other crappy dating sim adaptations, right?
Aoi Bungaku Series – I know, how dare I! All I remember is lifelessness and a worryingly Kurozuka-esque vibe without the fight scenes to distract from the dullness.
Asura Cryin’ – Let’s throw in as many things into the first episode to see if the viewer doesn’t notice how lacking this anime is and continue watching out of sheer confusion.
Basquash! - Has a fantastic ending song. However it’s been taken down off Youtube, which totally destroyed any interest I might have had in picking it up again.
Black Jack (2004) – For a guy known as the God of Manga, this was awfully uninspired.
Chu-Bra!! – Hey guys, I swear this is a touching story about teenage girls going through growing pains. It’s about love and friendship and the pains of youth. No really!
Hakuouki – You watched this just because it had hot guys, even though the lead girl was the most ineffectual and personality-less character in existence? You disappoint me girls.
Heroman – I can’t watch kids shows anymore. Even my old favourites back in the days of Cartoon Network. I doubt I could even watch Pokemon anymore.
Ichiban Ushiro no Daimaou – Loincloth flashes are the new panty flashes
Kaichou wa Maid-sama! – I hate shoujo
Kämpfer – If we reference the seiyuu then people will laugh. It’s like referencing other anime, except even less imaginative.
Kimi ga Nozomu Eien – Apparantly I watched the first episode of this. I remember a blue-haired girl swimming. I think there were cicadas, but then again there’s always fucking cicadas.
Kimi ni Todoke - I hate shojo mark 2
Ladies versus Butlers! – It is a point of increasing bafflement at how these things work as light novels. Do people get turned on by reading that the main character could see her undies?
Legend of Basara – Wasn’t actually that bad. But I decided to watch Berserk instead. No contest there unfortunately.
Martian Successor Nadesico – I’m pretty sure I watched the first episode of this waaaay back. I remember reading the comments on the youtube video it was on and people were laughing about a Sailor Moon reference. Obviously I missed it.
Mayoi Neko Overrun! – I hate this show. It made me realise how shallow the tsundere character can be made.
Needless – I’ve actually watched this first episode twice. It somehow managed to get even dumber on second viewing.
Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu – I remember the two main characters cracking jokes at each other and then giggling. I remained unamused. It was like having canned laughter in an unfunny American sitcom.
Omamori Himari – Booooooooobs
Ristorante Paradiso – So laid back I fell off my chair. I had to play the Black Lagoon opening song on repeat to wake myself up from this snore-fest
Saki – Wasn’t anywhere near as bad as I thought it would be. But still, this is what Gonzo started making? And was later followed by Strike Witches? You used to be great Gonzo *sobs*
Seikon no Qwaser – I watched the censored version the first time around. It was rather…misleading
Sengoku Basara – Not entirely sure why I had a negative reaction to burly guys beating each other up with added homoerotic tension. I usually love that sort of stuff
Skip Beat – I hate shojo mark 3
Taishou Yakyuu Musume – The show stopped being watchable when she stopped doing the musical.
Tears to Tiara – Generic fantasy blah blah
Tenjou Tenge – I think I’ll just watch the opening song a few hundred times more instead of watching the actual anime
Toaru Majutsu no Index – It had an average first episode in a season packed full of awesomeness. It didn’t stand a chance
Trinity Blood – To misquote MAL ‘if you liked Hellsing, then you will be thoroughly underwhelmed by Trinity Blood’.
Uraboku – Gaaaaay. They’re not even proper men. They’re a punch of prancy sissy boys.
White Album – I remember nothing. Wasn’t there singing in this or something?
Working!! – I hate lazy 4-koma adaptations
A poll? Oh sure, why not.