Kept up with the manga until chapter 100 or so, but did the anime have that totally awesome fight in the north?
Well it's not really the school. I have an apartment now in Ottawa but because my girlfriend and I are on a budget as we are both poor university students, we can only get a limited internet package and I can't really afford to go over so by getting my friend to burn some animes for me I can just watch them on my dvd player.
I asked him to burn:
- Spice and Wolf season 1 (I already own season 2 on legitimate dvd)
If I find anymore that I want I can just ask him and pay him 5 bucks a disc as I am already.
HK I'm sure you approve of that list so far.
Totally understandable, all university students are poor and streaming would take loads of internet usage space, let alone downloading the quality stuff. Tragic, but I'm glad you have a back-up to get your fix.
Baccano had better be dubbed, and Ladd Ruso is so much fun as a psychopath. Real fun with the characters and the music, especially the lovable duo Issac and Maria.
Durarara, liked Baccano more but still some real solid stuff with more great music, amazing first OP/EP combo, a great cast of characters and some cameo/shoutouts and Celty. But you should watch Baccano first, if just for a moment in the middle of Durarara. It was glorious.
You're always a gentleman of excellent taste