My comfort anime is something I turn to when I need to feel happy and content. It’s also an anime that I won’t get tired of re-watching. A few anime to mind when I thought about today’s question but one stood out from the rest. It’s hilarious and full of good feels. That anime is Ouran High School Host Club!
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When I first really got into anime, I found a group of people in middle school who understood me. They quickly became my best friends and introduced me to so much more. Like manga. My very first manga was the second issue of InuYasha. I loved it so much that I sought out more manga, which landed me on Chobits. I never did find all of the volumes for it so when the anime came out, I knew I had to watch it.
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Today I’m picking an anime that I haven’t seen many people talk about. You all know how much I love a bitter sweet anime, but do you also know how much I love horror? The anime is currently on Netflix, has one season, and, of course, has a Saturday Suggestion post already here on A Geeky Gal. That anime is Ghost Hunt.
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Major spoilers ahead! Literally spoilers all in this post past the image… So I watch a lot of sad, tear-inducing anime. I love bittersweet stories and having a good cry into my popcorn bowl. I mean, who doesn’t? The saddest death scene I’ve ever watched was in Sword Art Online: Mother Rosario. If you’ve seen that season of SAO, you know exactly what’s about to happen.
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