(Part 2) Top products from r/Animemes

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We found 23 product mentions on r/Animemes. We ranked the 142 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the products ranked 21-40. You can also go back to the previous section.

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u/gaiden_ninja · 3 pointsr/Animemes

You're welcome, theyre fantastic and I hope you enjoy them.

The Rising of the Shield Hero Volume 01 https://www.amazon.com/dp/1935548727/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_sWABCbWWH8NMP

u/TONKAHANAH · 2 pointsr/Animemes

I get that. read so much that unless I could get paid for reading, I wouldnt be able to afford all the stuff I read so I pretty much just buy the stuff I enjoyed and want to have physical copies of, might add scott pigram to that list, idk yet.

scott pilgrim was originally made in a black and white format but was later released in color and thats probably the way to go as its not much more and it looks great.


thats the full thing in color, or so it seems. it says its 1, 2, 3 which I'd hope it has everything compacted there, original release had 6 volumes.

there are also hard cover options. whatever you do, just check to see if you're ordering a color or B&W variants so you dont accidentally order something you didnt want.

u/Tonnot98 · 2 pointsr/Animemes

I started off with DuoLingo for the same reason, and while it was helpful to learn the Hiragana and some basic things, I personally found myself dissatisfied with the teaching style, and started taking a college course. I found that the book, combined with other self study (like music, anime, reading and deciphering comments on youtube, and trying to read untranslated hentai), was very helpful.

https://www.amazon.com/GENKI-Integrated-Elementary-Japanese-English/dp/4789014401 This link has the book that I have, though you might be able to find a free PDF if you look hard enough. There's a workbook companion book with it for review.

It teaches mostly polite forms of speaking, which you should almost always use if you're planning on attempting to speak to anyone that's Japanese, unless you know them very well. Just a heads-up.

Edit: It's also best to have a study buddy to practice conversations with, and to correct each-other's mistakes. So grab another weeb and try to learn alongside them!

u/Jaggid1x · 10 pointsr/Animemes

Might I recommend Remembering the Kanji by Heisig? Couple it with an Anki deck from here (I recommend this one or any that includes the stories), and it becomes almost trivial.

Ridiculously effective for long-term memory as well.

u/kanelel · 226 pointsr/Animemes

It's the article Why Women Had Better Sex Under Socialism by Kristen R. Ghodsee, which explains the reasons why women had better sex under socialism. She also wrote a book on this subject.

u/KaliYugaz · 16 pointsr/Animemes

These UN councils and commissions are usually a forum for states to interact with various nonprofits and NGOs. These organizations purport to be philanthropic, but their true material function is to serve as liaisons between government control and private sector wealth. They funnel public money into private hands, and they also redirect the energies of threatening social-justice movements from below into activities and agendas that increase state (and capitalist) power, like for example using womens' liberation to justify imperialism, or using "anti-harrassment" to justify censorship and beef up the surveillance and police state.

u/sssssmt · 2 pointsr/Animemes

I don't know what country you're in, but Amazon sells the English manga. I hope that works for you.

u/PeachesUw0 · 6 pointsr/Animemes

I’m just gonna leave a link to this book. Hopefully it’ll provide a little context as to why I’m very much against how Japan treats women


u/SQUN-g · 1 pointr/Animemes


Already got all 3.

Also found on Pixiv.

edit: ya i could shit talk about amazon but i would not be holding a copy of metamorphosis without it(still shout out to fakku)

u/ColorfulPixels · 20 pointsr/Animemes

On serious note, these kind of books are not really useful, and won't help you learn much.

Panty book link

Boob book link

Scores kinda say it all.

u/Slingdash · 3 pointsr/Animemes

Death in the family is the death of a robin, death of the family is joker tormenting batman. You would also love this one:https://www.amazon.com/Arkham-Asylum-Serious-House-Earth/dp/093028948X