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Christina B.

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It’s amazing how much you can learn while writing an article about yourself. It turns out I’m still an anime lover. I always considered it a part of my life and did not notice how this passion knocked out significant positions for itself among other interests. Now for me to watch at least an episode every day is as natural as having breakfast in the morning. However, I then remembered how it all began.

As a child, I saw on TV an excerpt from "Spirited Away", where a train rushes along the rails at the bottom of the lake, and it remains in my memory as a very vivid picture. I was too young to remember the name of the work, and besides, there was no smell of free internet in homes at that time. Therefore, the nameless memory awaited its future appearance in my life.

When this happened, I fell in love with the paintings of Studio Ghibli completely and irrevocably. I was lucky with my friends, because we have always adopted hobbies among ourselves. Together, we found cassettes, and then discs, ran to each other to call as soon as we saw an anime show on the TV program. I am writing and nostalgia tickles pleasantly from the inside.

Over time, Internet access ceased to be a problem, and what a brave new world full of anime series opened before me. My love of watching movies and TV shows also absorbed my passion for anime. I swallowed picture after picture avidly. To this day, even with a lack of time, I combine viewing with household chores.

In the anime industry, there are both classic and experimental things, a variety of genres and their combinations. I love to try something new, and each picture is unique in its own way, gives the opportunity to experience a huge range of emotions. Apparently that’s why many hobbies came and went, and anime remained a part of my everyday life.

My heart belongs to genius things, in which the deeper you look, the further from you the thought becomes that you know everything about the work. This applies to the entire film industry, including anime. For this reason, my articles are well seasoned with a passion for digging into details and sympathy for everyone who happens to be their reader in search of answers to their questions.

Anime watched

According to rough estimates, in total, I have watched about 40 anime series and about 50 full-length anime. I have been most actively immersed in the industry in the last few years. I share my most dear paintings below. Despite the abundance of anime classics that have already become classics, maybe someone will find something new for themselves among them.

Feature-lengths : Your name, Grave of fireflies, 5 centimeters per second, Garden of Words, Spirited Away, Howl’s Moving Castle, Whisper of the Heart, Laputa Sky Castle, My Neighbor Totoro, Witch’s Delivery Service, The Wind Rises, Ponyo Fish on the Cliff, Voice Shape, Child weather, Mary and the witch’s flower, Mirai from the future, Sleeping princess, Naruto films (Bonds, Way of the ninja, Heirs of the will of fire).

TV Shows : Death Note, Attack on Titans, One-Punch Man, Tokyo Ghoul, Naruto, Boruto, Oh, this psychic Saiki Kusuo, Sword Art Online, Shaman King, Fullmetal Alchemist, Code Geass, Dr. Stone, Dark Butler, Parasite, Pokemon, My Hero Academy , Volleyball, Psycho Pass, Future Diary, Assassin Class, Goblin Slayer, Mafia Teacher Reborn, Fullmetal Alchemist, Demon Slasher Blade, Berserker, Homeless God.

Right now I’m in the process of watching Hetalia and the Axis Powers. In the near future: "Demon Slayer" and "Black Clover". Fortunately, serials and feature films come out very often and on absolutely diverse topics, and it is easy to interest me, so I don’t have pauses between anime.

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