"Please discuss only Japanese-animation here.
In short, Jolteon is right, Parachomp, no one is a fan-boy for correcting someone who for this current situation, is wrong.
To answer you're question, this might not be the best place to get an answer.
Please point out whatever part of my post gives you the impression I'm angry.
this one's a bit hard to explain... i remember watching an anime dvd (possibly vhs) like ten years ago and i would like to know the title just for the sake of it. i don't remember a lot but i sort of remember the bits and pieces of one episode.
the main two characters were a school girl and a guy who i believe had either the ability to shape-shift into a monster or some other super natural powers since the two were sort of a tag team that went around killing monsters that spawned. they lived at the girl's place in a traditional japanese home (possibly with the girl's grandpa). at this point i would assume it was inuyasha but i remember that the guy had short black hair and had anger management issues and would often get out of control once he started fighting (though i haven't actually watched inuyasha so don't actually know what it's about). the monsters would possess people and make them kill others or something like that.
in one episode there were some girls playing tennis/volleyball (dunno, a sport that is played with a net) after school at sunset. one of them went up to the teacher's room and there was a teacher waiting for her who ended up "infecting" her. she turned into a big-*** purple tentacle monster with the naked girl as its core.
god, this sounds ridiculous.
I'm looking for something similar to Death Note, Code Geass and Gantz. Something that completely screws with your mind and you can't wait to watch the next episode
I recommend you Steins;gate, it is about time travel but not in a trivial way. A group of friends made a timetravel machine modifying a microwave oven, they can only send sms back to the past but...
The plot is really interesting, there is a lot of psychological depth of the characters and is really enjoying to see how things change every time they send a "d-mail", a sms back to the past. In the first episode they show you like 5 or 6 unexplicable misteries and some of them are explained only in the last 2 episodes.
I would suggest Zestun no tempest! really interesting plot with good action scenesIm looking for an anime that is mostly plot focused and has some nice action scenes, something similar to the last airbender. Please no blood/gore and suggestive themes.
I believe in Fairys Do you?
I'm not complaining, it's a good follow-up to Avatar: the Last Airbender but watch your slang around these parts before people explode with fan fuelled fury.
here you go (scroll down for the reviews and click on the links to open them).