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Cropzy wrote:

boku no pico
Very smart and very good, would watch again..... LMFAO
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Steins;Gate
I guess is the smartest anime I've seen
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No oregairu? :>
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annadine wrote:

No oregairu? :>
nope
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deep/smart != edgy

edit: as much as I like Oregairu it isn't really deep.
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Navizel wrote:

edit: as much as I like Oregairu it isn't really deep.
lol, I think so too
It's more like smart than deep
...or maybe it's just me not understanding some big words! XD
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Oregairu isn't very contemplative over ideas or trying to communicate anything particularly great.

Pretty much just high school is hard and friendship is great

Smart writing for the end of season 2, although the rest tends to drag on. I don't think anything adapted from a light novel can achieve being smart and deep, otherwise it just gets called a novel like Penguindrum and Shiki.
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Gosick
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Ergo proxy has had a big impact on me and basically got me out of shounen and into more seinen and mature stuff.
Space brothers hit me hard because of how much I could relate to the MC and how he hated his lifestyle, then being revitalized by picking up the passion he had as a child.
NHK ofc, has a very strong message while portraying the depressing lives many people lead today. The helplessness and depression mixed with dark comedy made me rethink what I did in life and strive for my goals.
Colorful, even though a bit cliche, is also important to me in how people cope with their reality, and change/adapt to it.
Shinsekai yori plays with humanitary and moral questions. I find it odd as to how people don't seem to finish it. Squealer best antagonist.
At this point I'm not sure how deep the disappearence is by definition, but it definitely hits home for me personally.
Steins gate may not be as deep as I find it fun and experimentive with time travel and alternate universes. It has some clever ideas though
Paprika is pretty cool
I only read monster manga but I found it quite clever too.
Bebop gets me emotional and is relatively deep at times.
Probably more but can't think of em atm/ at work lel
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Liiraye wrote:

Shinsekai yori plays with humanitary and moral questions. I find it odd as to how people don't seem to finish it. Squealer best antagonist.
At this point I'm not sure how deep the disappearence is by definition, but it definitely hits home for me personally.
From what I can gather the fact that two guys kiss spooked a lot of people Clearly not realising it's importance
The Baka-nezumi's can make you feel a bit queasy too.
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Green Platinum wrote:

Liiraye wrote:

Shinsekai yori plays with humanitary and moral questions. I find it odd as to how people don't seem to finish it. Squealer best antagonist.
At this point I'm not sure how deep the disappearence is by definition, but it definitely hits home for me personally.
From what I can gather the fact that two guys kiss spooked a lot of people Clearly not realising it's importance
The Baka-nezumi's can make you feel a bit queasy too.
It's such a shame considering how the show picks off afterwards
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Liiraye wrote:

It's such a shame considering how the show picks off afterwards
The show is great the entire way through you just can't appreciate it without both halves
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Liiraye wrote:

Ergo proxy has had a big impact on me and basically got me out of shounen and into more seinen and mature stuff.
this is my answer
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texhnolyze
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hmmm, much much much :roll:
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K-On! without a doubt
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Mafuuu wrote:

Mushishi still tops my list of deepest anime. It's not a very long list but still.

(If manga counts, because manga is relatively deeper most of the time imo, then anything by Asano Inio)
Anything by Asano Inio? Really? I think the guy's overrated, especially with all the praised being heaped onto him, but...I still think that emotionally his stuff goes pretty deep. Visually, he's one of the best I've come across.
Regardless, better get started on Mushishi. Is the anime so much worse than the manga? I wanted to watch it so I'd have something to talk to my friend about. Not many people read manga nowadays :x

Bokurano has an anime, but I haven't watched it. Heard they changed the ending a bit. I did love the manga, though.
Princess Mononoke was pretty smart. Not in a liar game type of way, but the paradox of man vs nature that the film spent an hour meditating on was something I enjoyed.
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Nichijou - deepest quotes.
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Steins;Gate. No doubt.
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Steins;Gate
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