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Volume 7 of Touch made me cry. I won't spoil it for anyone, I'm not even going to tempt with spoilers. But the way the characters reacted, especially the Uesugi's and Minami, was even more devastating than the actual event.
('ll finish them up later... need a break)
Last edited by HegemonKhan; April 16, 2011 at 04:58 AM.
This is quite a spoiler, you'll need to have read at least half of Berserk to understand it anways:
Berserk, Ch. 23
Following text after this page: "...you are reminding me of the old days."
Another moment in Berserk: The recap of the very first arc of volume 1 and 2 of the count's fate.
Rurouni Kenshin Seisoushen
At parts the OVA was too melodramatic. Nonetheless the ending was still saddening on a personal level. I read that Watsuki believed Kenshin’s tale deserved a happy conclusion after all the shit he’s gone through, which makes this even more of a tear jerker. Kenshin’s character is truly humanised not via declarations of pacifist ideals during epic duels, but his intimate final moments with loved ones, and their acts of selflessness for him.
Every time I've watched it I tear up at least three times:
Not sure if it belongs here.
But while playing Umineko no Naku Koro ni Visual Novel, there were alot of parts that made me cry.
It also made me realize that even with so much money it does not mean happiness. Umineko have alot of touching scenes..but then, its not something you want to try to read because of the touching scenes
It's good to see family ties in the vn.
Everytime I think about toradora it makes me sad and if I think too deeply into it or listen to the opening and ending song, it makes me want to cry.
I really enjoyed toradora! for its characters and story.
But there is another reason, it reminds me of a very close friend that I was in love with.
That girl always talk about toradora with me and I thought she was the girl closest to me in my life and then her personality is also similar to Taiga in toradora!..so is her appearance
However 2 years have passed since then and we don't talk to each other anymore(actually we don't really talk irl anyway, most of it is online but still we were in the same class) and she has a boyfriend. I only found out that I liked her after she was gone tho.
Kindda seems off topic, but an anime doesn't really need to have an over the top dramatic storyline or really tear breaking plot to make a person cry.
For me toradora reminds me of a bittersweet memory in my life that I shared with this particular person.
I'm being corny.
Last edited by Zeltrax; June 07, 2011 at 08:36 AM.
I've been re-reading One Piece, and I cried once again when
Another one that I realized I didn't mention the last time(s) I posted... From Gundam 00, first season, when
And I totally agree, Zeltrax. If you can identify with the story being portrayed, and that story touches you on an even deeper level as a result, you'll cry.
Hakuouki, definitely. TT__TT
Kimi ni Todoke:
There's some anime and manga that makes me cry, but most of the times, I was got sensitive when abducting, insult scenes between two good-sided characters (especially during insulting interactions between the main protagonist and another main protagonist) and scenes involving babies in saddened moments comes :
Qwaser of Stigmata
Horizon on the Middle of Nowhere
Puella Magi Madoka Magica
Last edited by MisaoFan; January 17, 2012 at 12:02 PM.