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Teen WeebsWhen did you start watching anime?

  • Saki_Reverse
    Saki_ReverseRegular Boarder • lv7
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    #1
    3 months ago
    If I had to say when I first started watching anime it would have to be around 5-6. When I started getting into anime though around 10; there was no going back.
  • zozozoyeet
    zozozoyeetRegular Boarder • lv8
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    3 months ago • Updated 3 months ago
    For me I remember watching a bit when I was 6-7 (I think like Pokémon and studio ghibli) . I started watching aikatsu stars when I was 11 then got more into other anime from there.
  • YourPinkOverlord
    YourPinkOverlordRegular Boarder • lv5
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    #3
    2 months ago
    So I was always a big fan of western cartoons. But when it comes to anime...hmm...I forget the exact order but my first few anime (other than Ghibli) were Robotech, Ranma 1/2, and Powerpuff Girls Z when I was around 8-10?

    My dad showed my sister and me Robotech and Ranma, but I can't remember if I saw PPGZ on my own before or after that. I was (and still am) a huge fan of the Powerpuff Girls so when I discovered there was a spin-off I checked it out and watched it all. At the time I loved things like Winx Club so I was kinda unknowingly aware of the magical girl genre so I liked it straight away. It's...a very wacky show. The OG is better but PPGZ is memorable and a lot of fun.
    But uh, yeah. That's about the time I got interested in anime; when I saw these shows. Then when I was 11 we moved to a city and I instantly became friends with someone who was a huge fan of anime and then I just watched her recommendations and the rest is history. She doesn't even watch much anime anymore, heh. Sometimes she reads or watches my animanga recs though!
  • Saki_Reverse
    Saki_ReverseRegular Boarder • lv7
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    #4
    22 days ago
    zozozoyeet3 months ago#79386470For me I remember watching a bit when I was 6-7 (I think like Pokémon and studio ghibli) . I started watching aikatsu stars when I was 11 then got more into other anime from there. I used to get up every morning for either yugioh or Pokémon my mom hated it
  • Saki_Reverse
    Saki_ReverseRegular Boarder • lv7
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    #5
    22 days ago
    YourPinkOverlord2 months ago#79597312So I was always a big fan of western cartoons. But when it comes to anime...hmm...I forget the exact order but my first few anime (other than Ghibli) were Robotech, Ranma 1/2, and Powerpuff Girls Z when I was around 8-10?
    My dad showed my sister and me Robotech and Ranma, but I can't remember if I saw PPGZ on my own before or after that. I was (and still am) a huge fan of the Powerpuff Girls so when I discovered there was a spin-off I checked it out and watched it all. At the time I loved things like Winx Club so I was kinda unknowingly aware of the magical girl genre so I liked it straight away. It's...a very wacky show. The OG is better but PPGZ is memorable and a lot of fun.
    But uh, yeah. That's about the time I got interested in anime; when I saw these shows. Then when I was 11 we moved to a city and I instantly became friends with someone who was a huge fan of anime and then I just watched her recommendations and the rest is history. She doesn't even watch much anime anymore, heh. Sometimes she reads or watches my animanga recs though!
    Tbh I didn’t like Winx Club at first but soon became obsessed it was a bit of a problem
  • YourPinkOverlord
    YourPinkOverlordRegular Boarder • lv5
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    #6
    17 days ago • Updated 17 days ago
    Saki_Reverse22 days ago#82505444Tbh I didn’t like Winx Club at first but soon became obsessed it was a bit of a problem

    When I was little I was kind of obsessed with it, it's actually kind of embarrassing, there was a time the power went out and I was more concerned about missing the new episode of Winx Club on Nick than...literally any other thing to be worried about when the power is out.

    The power came back on before the new episode, by the way.
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