A very understandable sentiment, truly.
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The first anime I intentionally watched was Naruto, after my older brother recommended it to me, and I've been obsessed ever since.
However, I got into anime a couple years ago through the game (and anime) Valkyria Chronicles, which brought me later on to Girls und Panzer, Black Lagoon and Kantai Collection, and I began sinking deeper and deeper into the anime fandom... Now, I've got 100+ anime titles and 25-30 VNs under my belt (my first one was Everlasting Summer because I've always been interested in Soviet history) and I've never looked back!
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"ANIME IS NOT A CARTOON" I heard, after somehow evading a hard jab from the tallest for them. I ran back to school, they chased me. I hid in school, then I got my boys and we went out to find them. Aslan, our class bully and most respected of our company said that from my description these guys could be Goths or Metallists or even Gays (the horrors!) , and suggested all be on high alert in the neighborhood. However we never seen em ever again.
I, on the other hand, was curious, and asked about what this "Naruto" might be, an acquaintance of mine - a rather friendly guy in this 20's, who was an admin in a computer club near school. I must mention here, that this guy, the admin, always insisted people there call him "Sempai" ...
After a short lecture on the difference of "anime" and "cartoons", he pointed me to a market where I can buy a copy of this "Naruto" (illegal CD with horrible fan dub - oh those beautiful 2000s). Thus, I went a road I shouldn't ever walked, yet I did - and honestly, never really regretted that.
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