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For as wonderful weird, violent, and depressing as a lot of anime is, there are some gems out there that just make you feel great about the world. They can inspire you to look at people in a different way, and have faith in the general goodness that might be out there, somewhere. Unfortunately, they are hard to find. Often the best anime moments that give you hope in humanity are buried underneath a harem-sized pile of panties or overshadowed by an overwhelming feeling of "what is going on?", but some great, straight-forward, happy anime still do exist.
No matter whether you are die-hard book fan or just a casual show watcher, Game of Thrones season six is a big step
I am sure everyone has heard of a bucket list, it is a list of things you want to do before you kick the bucket. Today I feel that I have nailed down a fairly accurate list of what animes that an anime fan should see before they die. Some of these are fairly new, others are relatively old. In an attempt to remain unbiased I have compiled this list from input of several other anime fans who generally agree with this list, though could never settled on an order. So thus, there is no order for this anime bucket list.
Who says print media is dead? In Fallout 4, it seems the world ended before the magazine went out of style. With no television and hit-or-miss radio stations, it seems reading is back in style to fill a wastelander's cavernous void of free time in between dodging Super Mutant assaults and Yao Gaui maulings. If you thought Fallout 4's 20 bobbleheads were hard to find, discovering all of the game's many magazines will seem like an impossible task. However, for the avid reader, this guide will lead you to every single magazine hidden throughout the Commonwealth and detail all the fun perks they bring with them.