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Anime What will be the next Anime series you'll watch?

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I'm kind of tempted to give Demon Slayer a go, just to see what the hype is all about. And maybe Cells at Work! if I can find it.

Plus, this streaming service owned by one of my country's main TV networks recently got the rights to a few anime titles, including Cowboy Bebop, which I've been interested in checking out for a while.
 
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Two: The Wonderful Adventures of Nils and The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, both 80s anime adaptations of the famous books. Both are streaming on the website RetroCrush right now.
 
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Currently watching eight different series so it'll be a while before I can start multiple new ones, but three shows are getting close to ending so I'm thinking between two choices.

First one is Bungo and Alchemist -Gears of Judgement-, I have a soft spot of series basing their characters on real people and I have a feeling I'll like this one like I did with BSD a while back.

Second is pretty daunting tbh, but my brother is pushing me to try out the anime adaptations, that being the Fate series. Honestly my knowledge of it is strictly from the Stay Night VN and the Grand Order mobile game. Doesn't help that there's many different opinions on where to start (my brother said to either start with Zero or any other installment since I played Stay Night, but some of my friends said no and start with Unlimited Blade Works...). I don't know if anyone here watched them or not but a third opinion on watching order is appreciated.
 
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I would like to watch the second season of Re:Zero after I finish the anime series that I am watching now. I am currently watching Laid Back Camp and Demon Slayer.
 
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Thinkin' about starting Digimon Xros Wars once I finish up with Legend of Korra, which I may or may not actually wind up finishing 'cause S1 was bad.
 
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After I've fully caught up with BNHA, I'm moving on to A Place Further Than the Universe. I really can't wait to watch it since it seems right up my alley.
 
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Watching six current airing series right now, so when they end I have four anime I'm thinking of getting to (or I might watch all four at the same time anyway, not sure).

First one is Haikyuu!! To The Top part 1, yeah I still haven't finished season 4 for this series (a lot of other anime I was watching plus real life; and I still need to fully read the manga). But after finishing 2.43 my need to finish HQ got stronger lol (especially since I already love this series too).

Second is Backflip!! I need to get into some gymnastics series since there already isn't a whole lot as it is, especially when it comes to male gymnastics. But this one looks so good and character designs look great as well.

Third is To Your Eternity. Story sounds neat about an immortal sent to Earth that takes the form of whatever or whoever that leaves a strong impression on it. The artstyle of the manga and visual key art got my attention, especially with Fushi's arctic/nomadic-like design. But after reading what it's about it sounds like something I'd really enjoy.

And the fourth is Bonjour Sweet Love Patisserie, I know this one is based on the game of the same name that is still in development apparently, though I have played Itoshi no Chocolatier (Chocolate Temptation) which Bonjour Sweet Love Patisserie is a spin-off of that takes place in the same universe (Mitsuki is a main character in this anime, and the other Aoi brothers also make cameos; though the artstyle is vastly different so they almost look unrecognizable). Looks fun and cute, been looking for more otome based anime to watch for a while now.
 
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I've been trying to make time for the Digimon Adventures reboot, but I keep putting it off since I dunno if it'll even be worth it considering that 99% of reboots end up being trash imo. I also want to finish AoT, but the ending of the manga left a sour taste in my mouth so I'm on the fence about finishing the anime.
 
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I've been trying to make time for the Digimon Adventures reboot, but I keep putting it off since I dunno if it'll even be worth it considering that 99% of reboots end up being trash imo. I also want to finish AoT, but the ending of the manga left a sour taste in my mouth so I'm on the fence about finishing the anime.
Doesn't help I've seen lots of mixed reception towards Digimon Adventure 2020, especially regarding some changes apparently; though I might watch it sometime after it airs to see how well it handles anyone that isn't Tai/Agumon and Matt/Gabumon. Also agree with AoT, I mean I might still watch Final Season part 2 just to have it completed on my list, but I really didn't like the ending of the manga much either, narrative and character wise.
 
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I'll try to watch My Hero Academia, but I don't have Hulu or Crunchyroll, so I'll guess I'll try to watch it on Youtube not in full screen :LOL:
 
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Apparently the 1979 Kinpatsu no Jeanie anime, since a fansub group I follow just randomly subbed the entire series, and that series is even more obscure than the 1990s version!
 
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