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Oh, I HATE the Kuroshitsuji anime!! It almost completely ventures away from the manga and adds useless stuff that never happens in the manga and just gets on my nerves!! Especially the 2nd season! I couldn't bring myself to finish that, it was so horrible! I highly recommend reading the manga, since it is the ORIGINAL! I hate it when the anime producers turn a manga into an anime when it only has 3-5 volumes and then makes up an ending because the manga isn't finished. This also happened with Freezing- which the anime was all fan-service and totally disregarded the manhwa- Chrono Crusade...Soul Eater, Loveless, and Rosario+Vampire, Ao No Exorcist. They make the anime too soon and then throw in a bunch of fan-service and made-up characters and plots.
I absolutely HATE Tantei Opera Milky Holmes. Sure the base premise of the show seems interesting. A group of girls trying to be detectives using their supernatural powers when a sudden accident changes all of their powers. But everything else about that show is stupid and cliche! No only that, but the show basically promotes pedophiles whit the main characters (they're in elementary/ middle school) showing up in skimpy (and in one character's) and leather outfits. The "mysteries" that they have to solve are stupid and predictable. Nothing about the show appealed to me.
I won't say I hate it, but of all the anime I've watched Chobits (well that's not saying much since the utter awesomeness of the other animes I've watched) was the worst, it seemed really good but it just has gotten pretty stupid, I heard the end was good though.
Nabari no Ou, because of Whatshisname, the ninja posing as a teacher. You know, the oldest of the main characters who must be repeatedly informed by his bloody students of the way the world works. No. Just no. You're supposed to be a teacher. Your teenage students should not have to be the adults in the room.
What else? Kenichi: the Mightiest Disciple bugged me, but I'll be darned if I can say why. I've watched tons of fighting anime that would need both hands and a map to find their plot with nary a twitch, but I couldn't finish this one. Piano bored me to tears; there's a difference between "slow-moving plot" and "nothing's happening." And Air Gear, which I've rated on netflix but seem to have blanked out, so either I didn't finish even one episode or I did but I didn't even care enough about it to remember it.