How do you beat five nights of Anime?

How to overcome anime addiction

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How to be an anime girl

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Do you find yourself so addicted to anime that your whole life starts to revolve around it? You spend all your allowances on DVDs, manga, action figures and conventions. You may have even started to fall behind in your classes and have abandoned your social life to keep up with all your favorite series. You know you need to get over it, but you don’t know where to start. This article will give you great tips and advice that can help you overcome this addiction.

Short anime

For this very reason, we have gathered the 18 best gore anime that you can watch both on Netflix and other platforms that every Otaku or lover of this genre should watch. Some unfortunately are not available on any of them, but we hope that in the future they will be.

Basilisk: The Kouga Ninja Scrolls is set in late 16th century Japan where two rival ninja clans are involved in an eternal blood feud that has been going on for centuries. To put an end to this feud, they decide to send each of their 10 best ninja warriors, thus originating fights where blood is the co-protagonist.

Hong Kong in the early 21st century: Elaine and Diana are two sisters who, united, become the Genocyber, a brutal biotechnological weapon, capable of destroying human psyches and bodies with just a thought. The various corporations vying for world domination are intent on gaining control of the sisters, but things eventually spiral out of control and chaos soon ensues. Classic among the classics of post-Akira cyberpunk, Genocyber (1993-94) is one of the most bestial bets of anime and although, seen today, it gives the feeling that it doses the gore theme, the serial based on the manga by Tony Takezaki marked a turning point in the matter of showing carnage and there are anthological scenes as far as flayed bodies are concerned. A well-known example is the killing of Dr. Reed in the hospital where Elaine is in the first episode.

The anime affects psychologically

Finally there were 153 episodes that gave shape to ‘Dragon Ball’, taking as a basis the first 16 volumes of the 42 that the manga would have when it was published in 1995. The normal thing in these cases would be to take a break before continuing to tell the story of Goku as an adult in ‘Dragon Ball Z’, but Fuji TV limited itself to maintaining the usual weekly wait between episodes before premiering it on April 26, 1989.

The big problem faced by those responsible was that they could not advance the story of the manga, so they had to use filler more often than desirable -there was also filler in ‘Dragon Ball’, but in much smaller doses-, that is, lengthening scenes, introducing new ones or directly inventing plots to gain time without leaving the anime fans without their weekly ration.

However, the really popular on that front was ‘Dragon Ball Z’, as between July 1989 and June 2015 as many as 13 movies complementary to the series, 4 TV specials and two OVAS were released. The world couldn’t get enough of Goku and those in charge were not about to let this golden opportunity pass them by.