This should be in the anime section not within the cyber lounge.
Have you ever had a sad felling when you finish a good anime that you really like and just thought what a good season but you thought how sad its over because you rember all the good times you had watching that anime like ranma 1/2 i finshed watching it 2007 probaly 5 months ago and i felt sad because thats the first anime i had ever seen and it was over after 7 great seasons it was over what i would like to know on this thread what anime you watched that made you sad and did you finsh it .
I have felt like that with a few.... I finish it then I have to fight the urge to just start over again because it was so good.
-Trigun (well was the first time)
-GitS 1st gig
I felt extremely sad when i finshed Tenchi, GTO, Fruits Basket, and a little bit with Gundam SEED.
I make black history everyday. I don't need a month
Wow man you hit the nail on this on i was just thinking ronma i just wish it can go on for-ever lol or that i can go back and re-live it tho happly i just got the dvd full sets and the 2 movies to it i an almost done with the 3rd season
*All the same i will kill you all,Gaara* (yes i made my own siggy
yeah thats happened alot of times^^
-wolfs rain (not just because it was a sad anime) i really liked that show
-Tenjho Tenge(not to sure how to spell it)
-Fruits Basket (it was so cute)
It's happened to me quite a few times. I'd have to say that the one that's had the most impact so far would be Fullmetal Alchemist. When I first started watching that show, it was hard to keep up with it on adult_swim, because I had to work twenty hours a day and my GF at the time was a Fullmetal Hater, LOL. I finally got caught up with the aid of a couple of my friends and went out to buy the movie. Because, everyone knows that 'The Conqueror of Shamballa' is pretty much like a super-long series finale. I went and bought it and watched it with my GF and it was the best way to end an anime series yet! Not only was it dramatic, but I was witnessing the end to one of my favorite series. I cried a bit in certain parts. Not because something in the movie made me, but because I knew that if I wanted to watch more FMA, I'd be watching repeats. Though I'll admit that watching Al wake up after speakin with Ed on the other side of the gate was a tear jerker. AND as a plus, the girl I dated at the time is no longer against Fullmetal thanks to that movie.
I love watching the movie now, but when I first saw it, it was very sad indeed.