Fantastic. Let me take a crack at some of these. Yep, that's plenty controversial for me, because I rate Angel Beats very highly. I've seen it a few times now and have yet to make it through episodes ten and thirteen without tears. There are some genuinely great laughs to be had along the way as well. You must have a concrete block in place of a heart or something, @Buzzkillington! Judging by the first episode (which I didn't get beyond) , I couldn't disagree with that! What awful characters. I wouldn't go quite that far, but I was quite underwhelmed by it when I first saw it. (Although, to be perfectly fair, it was the 2.0 version I saw first; the original is far superior.) I'd say I "appreciate" GitS, but without being a massive fan of it. Haven't seen either series of SAC; I've seen The Laughing Man and Individual Eleven to get a flavour of what it's about, but I don't think I'd want to sit through two entire series of it. It seems kinda heavy-going. Confession: I didn't see Akira until 2011. I went into it thinking "I'm sure it was groundbreaking in its day, but..." About twelve minutes in I'd already changed my tune to "Oh my god! This is incredible! Why did no-one tell me it was this good?" (To which the answer should've been "We've been telling you for bloody years. You just wouldn't listen.") Also, if you haven't seen Akira in Japanese, you haven't seen Akira. I watched a YouTube clip of the toothbrushing scene only recently. Put it this way: I went from not being particularly interested in Monogatari to reeeally preferring to just avoid it. Haven't seen it yet, but I'm looking forward to. Given that Trigger were responsible for Kill la Kill, Little Witch Academia and Denkou Choujin Gridman from Khara's Animator Expo project, Supernatural Battles doesn't make my top three. Don't get me wrong: I do own a copy; I bought it just for the Hatoko rant scene alone! The series as a whole is very unremarkable, though, I feel. What do you rate as being Trigger's first-best thing, Lemon?