Radical Dreamer wrote:I have, actually. XD I cried (during multiple viewings) at the end of Full Moon wo Sagashite (the anime).
Cadence (post: 1455795) wrote:Watashitachi no Shiawase na Jikan turned me into a human water fountain.
Radical Dreamer (post: 1455759) wrote:I have, actually. XD I cried (during multiple viewings) at the end of Full Moon wo Sagashite (the anime). 'Cause it was SO SAD/HAPPY. I'm not at all ashamed to admit that. XDD
TWWK wrote:On the Trigun note...I thought there were two "cry-worthy" death scenes.
Nate (post: 1455978) wrote:[SPOILER]...Rem? I...I have to admit I barely remember her death scene. It certainly wasn't powerful enough or interesting enough to stick in my memory at least, and I've seen Trigun at least three or four times. It's just kind of like, okay, she died, yep, now back to the main story. Certainly nowhere near the level of Wolfwood's death.[/SPOILER]
Lynna (post: 1455747) wrote:I'm reading Hikaru no Go and Crying. I've cryed during lots of other mangas too, namely Fruits Basket. Anyone else?
Fish and Chips (post: 1455806) wrote:There's never been an Anime or Manga to make me cry, simply because I don't cry over those things. There have been scenes that affected me, certainly, but never to the point of tears
airichan623 (post: 1456441) wrote:Kimi ni Todoke makes me cry happy tears. :'D
CrystalChalice (post: 1456719) wrote:Also, the final episodes of Ginban Kaleidoscope and Tokyo Magnitude 8.0 made me cry.
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