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  1. I'm talking about Yu Yu Hakusho, I used to watch this anime a lot when I was a kid, never understood too much, but it sure entertain me.

    I found a web page to watch this again but with japanese original audio with subs, I readed what was this show about, so basically the protagonist died at 14 when a car hit him trying to save a litle kid that was playing football and etc.

    I watched the first episode, but I didn't expect to cry, 'manly' tears started to fall when he was a ghost and he went to his own funeral, and his mother started crying, almost everybody was sad, even me, but I couldnt contain myself of crying when this little kid saved by him and his mother went to the funeral and he said thanks for saving him.


    Sure, silly thing you can say, but it mean a lot, there aren't too much animes that made me cry, like... 3 or 4, and I watch anime from the 80's to now (last anime I saw, and still airing is nagi no asukara), and this is the first one that made me cry in it's very first episode.

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    2. Memfis

      Memfis

      The funny thing about Samurai Pizza Cats is that the USA folks who licensed it didn't even have the scripts to translate, so instead they decided to just totally make up their own story and dialogues. Apparently, it even has scenes where the characters are looking at japanese texts and they say "wtf, this is in japanese, I can't understand". So you were actually watching SPC The Abridged Series, heh.

    3. Creaphis

      Creaphis

      Creaphis said:

      Grave of the Fireflies was already on my list. Thanks for the reminder.


      Alright, I got around to it. My eyes were watery enough at the end for it to count. You win this time, Japan.

    4. baronofheck82

      baronofheck82

      Well, she didn't exactly die, but what happens to Roberta at the end of Black Lagoon: Roberta's Blood Trail (check it out if you haven't already, it's totally badass) is pretty fucked up. It didn't necessarily bring a tear to my eye but it did make me feel sad for her.

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