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I know some of us have talked to this before, but as I've been getting more and more impatient to just be able to binge watch ERASED, I was thinking about it again.

How do you guys prefer to watch your anime?

While it's airing, or all in one big chunk?

Pros of Watching While Airing:

- less likely to face spoilers
- can discuss it with other fans who are watching
- if you've seen a lot of anime, it gives you new material faster
- you might end up watching a whole anime hoping it'll get better at the end but it never does
- great for watching really long, ongoing series so you don't fall behind (lol)
- lots more!!!

Pros of Watching Once Complete:

- you can decide how many episodes you want to watch at once
- you don't have to wait for a new ep to be released
- you can see what people think is worth watching
- you can find out if an anime you aren't really enjoying is worth sticking through for some twist / change that might come later on
- especially good for binge watching seasons up to 24 episodes long
- less likely to lose interest between episodes & forget to watch
- lots more!!

What's my choice?

I think this is up to everyone personally, and my choice is to do a mix of both! I like having shows to look forward to, but in between, I tend to binge watch shows to keep me amused & to get through shows that are already complete that are on my list.

So, what do you guys prefer to do?

I prefer.... EVERYTHING
I prefer completed ones so I don't have to wait and I can binge. Plus I'm inpatient when it comes to waiting for the release. I had that happen when watching Sword Art. I went mad waiting for the next episode. lol
I prefer both 馃槉馃槉
when i started watching anime i did the whole watch when i aired but it sucked to watch a good episode and then hand to wait till the next one so i started letting like 6 or 7 episodes go by til i watched again so i could enjoy more
Hmm I rather watch when it's completed because I don't like the suspens on what's next and once I'm in the action I want to stick to it
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