What kind of anime did you watch as a teenager? What I remember watching: Naruto, Bleach, Fullmetal Alchemist, Fullmetal Panic, Death Note, Hellsing, Devil May Cry, Elfen Lied, Chobits, Code Geass, Gurren Lagann, Desert Punk, To Love-Ru, Rosario + Vampire, School Days, Fate/stay night, Higurashi, Spice and Wolf, Darker than Black, Bakemonogatari, etc.29 posts and 11 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.
The only one I'm ashamed of is Naruto, but it wasn't that bad until the chunin exams in my opinion. I dropped the manga when the gay dude with the paint jutsu showed up.
This is an age revealing question, so be careful with that. I think it's easy to tell I'm in my late twenties from this post.
you're so mature for your age
I know, I know. Thanks.
Well, you may have gone a little bit overboard, but I think the chuuni thing is normal and great. I definitely had some of it, although for me it was centered at Neo from the Matrix and Alucard from Castlevania. Still have my SotN wall scroll!
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Death Note was definitely cool and L especially. You've got a guy going up against god powers merely with his own intelligence, and of course Light himself doing the justice/vengeance thing that everyone fantasizes about. L also had strange quirks in his personality and habits that showed teenagers that you could still do great things even if you were a bit weird. Really, it was a perfect recipe for people in that awkward age.
Anyway, I just remembered that I saw parts of Ninja Scroll somewhere around age 13-15. It was on some movie channel that wasn't HBO or Cinemax. I liked the boobies, but the violence was a bit much and then I changed channel after I saw some golem monster rape a girl.
I didn't and still don't like that stuff.
I never did anything anime related but I sang german ww2 era songs and medieval chants while in class which i don't know if it could be really considered chuuni but it's definitely cringe inducing when I think back on it