So I finally got around to watching Toradora and I absolutely loved it. However, the end of such a good thing has left me in withdrawal. I haven't felt this empty after the end of an anime series since Onegai Teacher. It had a good story, great character development and a satisfying ending, but it's hard to accept that it's over.
I was wondering if any of you have experienced the same thing with any anime series (of any genre) and what do you usually do to get over it quickly?
I can't remember how I got over Onegai Teacher, so I'm trying out comedies and action series to contrast the drama.
I guess the tried and true methods are the best.
Go back to the beginning and watch it again! It happens with everything: books, particularly good movies, tv shows. Just accept that feeling as part of the experience. Remember Menma.I was wondering if any of you have experienced the same thing with any anime series (of any genre) and what do you usually do to get over it quickly?
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You get over it by watching something else - like Hourou Musuko or Madoka!
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I wish I could voluntarily unsee and unread my favorite movies/shows and books for this reason. Dementia has a silver lining.
Well, what got me over it in the end was watching the last episode again. I followed it up with the latest episodes of Ano Hana and Denpa Onna to Seishun Otoko (which I had set aside while watching a lot of Toradora episodes after one of them hooked me, kind of like 'seeing the ending' in The World God Only Knows).
this set of Taiga and Ryuuji.
EDIT: Yeah, it's hard to find the US DVDs now at a price that isn't utterly ridiculous. This is at the top of my list if there is ever a redistribution of it. If you can watch it though, I highly recommend it.
Last edited by Station; 12 Jun 2011 at 02:35 PM.