Well, recently i finished seeing both Eureka Seven and Tokyo Underground.
And as soon as i finished with those, i'm watching:
- D-gray Man (as i'm hooked with the manga, i wanna see the difference of it in the series)
- One piece (A...kind friend gave me the entire series up to where they are now in the anime, so i'm seeing it as i got way out of track on it...an also i've been reading the manga online, so i also wanna see the differences there)
- Elf wo Sagashite (Those who Hunt Elves. Kinda old one, but a lot of friends have recommended me this serie time after time, so i'm finally sitting to see it.)
Alongside them i also am watching Yu-Gi-Oh 5D's (the Konami one, not 4Kids one. It's not that bad in reality), and well, Pokemon (LOL *feels guilty*), but with pokemon...i just see it with latin american dubbing due to the hilarious jokes and random things they insert to give more life to the situations of the chapters XD.
Well, what can i say?, the series has its charm, and as well, the storyline is well done.
It had a lot of humorous parts(some of them involved the twisted/perverted mind of Yokoshima, which happens to be Mikami's Assistant by-force), but the paranormal themes were very good and interesting.
Back when the Anime secion was young (in the early days of Serebii), three friends and i had a thread for paranormal series, being Jigoku Sensei Nube the pillar of it, followed with GS Mikami. We were supposed to give some opinions and recommendations of these kind of series...sadly, i was the only one of the four that remained when the forums made the change to be what they are now.
Good times indeed. Nube is one of my most favorite anime and manga up to this date.