Rusty Claymore wrote:I'll put in a word here for the Working!!/Wagnaria!! series, as Season 3 is just around the corner. It's a slice-of-life rom-com about the employees of a family restaurant. Doesn't sound like much, but it's on my all-time top 10.
skreyola wrote:You might check out Plastic Memories (a little fanservice, but not terrible), Log Horizon (I don't recall anything objectionable), or Hanayamata... and just for the sake of silliness, Shinryaku! Ika Musume! (very clean, if you ignore the one yuri character; if that's a deal-breaker, I can give you a list of episodes in which she doesn't appear).
TheCynicalIdealist wrote:I'm a noob and not a huge anime fan, but I am Christian and I do enjoy anime a lot over American television. Anyway I just finished Trigun and the Movie Trigun: Badlands Rumble. I'm looking for another series where the protagonist has the same struggles with themselves that Vash the Stampede has, that is: having a lot of inner demons and guilt, having a lot of potential for both good and bad. I also like some of the Christian symbolism in the show. I watched Outlaw Star and that was a fun show but there was a lot less character development than what drew me.
skreyola wrote:It's looking like Ore Monogatari is going to be what you're looking for.
I'd also recommend Cross Game and AnoHana, though neither one is a romcom, per se. Both have a great romance subplot that has good closure, and both have some funny moments.
I was going to recommend Toradora, but you've seen it.
I had one or two other shows with good romance plots, but they either weren't romcoms, or they weren't very good. I hope you get some good recommendations, because I might like to see another good one.
Fantasia wrote:I've heard a lot of good things about Ore Monogatari, and I'm interested in watching it. Does it have much objectionable content I should be aware of?
Mullet Death wrote:I genuinely and honestly can't think of anything. It's pretty pure at heart. Maybe like "mildly suggestive themes" or "they pray on New Year's." One would definitely have to dig really deep to consider any of it objectionable in any way whatsoever.
TheCynicalIdealist wrote:Well, I've gotten hooked on Psycho Pass. Its really messed up, like GiTS: Stand Alone Complex with the tone of Full Metal Alchemist. I gave Gungrave a try, but it was just too weird.
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