Friday, May 11, 2018

What anime made you cry?

 


It doesn’t have to be a sad story. It can be crying out of excitement, overwhelming loss, or that moment when you forget you are watching a show and feel the emotions of a character? The show that first got me was Charlotte. How about you all?










K-On, Aria, Clannad, Angel Beats, Jojo's, Sakura Quest, Shirobako, So Ra No Wo To



Shirobako? When?



not OP but this scene (spoilers btw) made me emotional that i had to pause the video and let it out before continuing.










Sora Yori mo Tooi Basho had me crying just about every episode. Violet Evergarden had a few good sad scenes as well.










Naruto has made me cry several times. One Piece as well. Clannad, Steins Gate, Haikyuu, SAO, Gintama, and a few more I can't remember off the top of my head

Edit: I can't believe I forgot Your Lie in April. Kimi No Na Wa and Koe No Katachi as well but those are movies










Assassination Classroom and the Mother's Rosario arc of SAO II were the two only anime that ever made me cry in sadness.










The only anime to legit make me shed tears was Koe no Katachi. Been watching anime for years, and many have made me have strong feelings, but a silent voice was the only one to make me actually cry.










A lot of them tbh, either of sadness, happiness, or just sheer hype, looking through my higher scores:
Clannad + After Story, Death Parade, HxH 2011, Space Brothers, Yuuki Yuuna + Washio Sumi, Sakurasou, Shokugeki, TTGL, FMAB, Parasyte, Gakkougurashi, Rakugo S2, Made in Abyss, Legend of the Galactic Heroes, Gosick... and I'm definitely missing others as well.










A Silent Voice(koe no katachi) and Anemone's internal monologue in ballet mecanique(ep 48 i believe) from Eureka Seven

Edit: forgot Naruto and even though it isnt strictly anime....Zuko's redemption arc in Avatar the Last Airbender always gets me










This is going to sound retarded but the only show that has made me cry is Boku no Hero Academia. There's just something about the first two episodes, and how well the music fits, and the directing. The rest of the show is good, but the first two episodes are god-tier.



Glad somebody else shares this sentiment. At first, on the outside, most would view it as boring exposition. But the first two episodes mean so much when you return to them. The final scene where All Might chooses Deku and he bawls his eyes out is powerful as hell.










School Rumble made me cry out of laughter.
Never really cried because of sadness tho










haikyuu for me



I was gonna say this as well. People wouldn't expect a sports anime to do that but Haikyuu has such high emotions at times...it's just such a quality story. Best sports anime I've ever seen along with Hajime No Ippo










K-On! Clannad! A Place Further Than the Universe. Violet Evergarden. Yuki Yuna is a Hero.

And I swear I'm getting more emotional. First time I watched Amagi Brilliant Park I didn't get emotional at all. But I swear towards the end I was tearing up.











Both Ufotable fates, Evangelion, end of AssClass, Angel Beats (the end and Yuzuru's memories). Cowboy Bebop and Your Lie in April came close but they didn't get me, strangely enough for Your Lie In April.










Devilman Crybaby had tears streaming down my face










Haven't found one yet....so far I've gone through Your Lie In April, Angel Beats and Clannad+ After Story. Although I'd say...A Place Further Than The Universe, Your Lie In April and Violet Evergarden came pretty close...










Yuki Yuna is a Hero, Berserk 1997, and the last two episode of Mahoutsukai Precure.










angel beats, plastic memories, mothers Rosario arc in Sao and Akame ga kill, bols death really hit me










Mitsuba Arc, Gintama. Seeing all those stupid, emotionally strong characters break really got to me.











no cry but cowboy bebop made me feel blue lmao










most recently kodomo no jikan episode 6. That was entirely unexpected going into the series.
 https://myanimelist.net/anime/2403/Kodomo_no_Jikan_TV










Sakurasou No Pet Na Kanojo got me good, I was so immersed into the show when the penulimate episode hit and gave me a really severe case of post-show depression afterwards










The flashback in My Hero Academia episode 2. It actually got me a second time when I decided to rewatch it a little while ago.

Violet Evergarden episodes 7, 10, and 11. 10 especially.

Danganronpa 3: Zetsubou-hen episode 10 and the final episode of Made in Abyss both got really close, so I'll count them.

I am almost positive there was at least one more, but I've read through my entire list three times looking for it and nothing is jumping out at me. I'll come back and post it if I find it.










I cried hard at plastic memories. I also cried to clannad and grave of the fireflies.











It might be weird but... Code Geass R2 ending
I just didn't expect the ending would turn out to be like that, unlike other animu










K-On, Clannad, A Place Further Than the Universe, 3-Gatsu no Lion, Aria, Shirobako, Your Lie in April, Anohana, Chrono Crusade, 5 cm/second, Silver Spoon, and Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood are all of the shows that have made me cry so far. That's not including ones that have made me tear up to the verge of fully crying, which would more than double that list. Basically, I'm a huge crybaby and proud to admit it.










I cry from everything, so the list would be pretty long. Honorable mention to Violet Evergarden though for making me cry literally every single fucking episode.










The ending of SAO when they met in real life and the ending of naruto Shippuden because they finally made naruhina a thing and I've loved Hinata throughout all of naruto










Many have, but an unexpected one for me was Sweetness & Lightning. For a show that’s happy and cute pretty much 95% of the time, there was one scene in one episode where reality hits you like a damn train, and boy did I not deal well with it.










Source〈https://www.reddit.com/r/anime/comments/8ckrd9/what_anime_made_you_cry/〉

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