Sometimes evil laughter makes you choke XDDD. ~ real bio pending..
Rosa Majalis of the Soeur System. Petite Soeur: Alakuriel
A few of my favorite things ~~ <3:
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon - A few average girls discover that in reality they are the sailor soldiers destined to protect the world from harm. Sailor Moon was one of my 'gateway' animes and it remains one of my favorite series to date.
Magic Knight Rayearth - Three girls are summoned to the land of Cephiro where they must become the Magic Knights if they ever wish to return home. What's not to love about a series that misses action, fantasy, and magic? With just a hint of mecha.
Get Backers - Ban and Ginji make up the retrieval specialists known as the Get Backers. They both possess special powers and use those in completing their missions. Comedy, Action, and a lot of fun. I'm afraid my description doesn't do it justice *sweatdrops*.
Yakitate Japan - Azuma Kazuma has long held a love for making bread however he lives in Japan a country that doesn't really have a bread associated with it. His goal is to make a truly unique bread that is worthy of being called Ja-Pan (word pun: Pan = bread)! It's primarily a comedy. It's filled with word puns and references to other medias or series (DBZ and Iron Chef for example).
Maria-sama ga Miteru - "Even today, young women with innocent faces like angels gather in Saint Mary's garden, passing through a tall gate. With pure hearts and bodies, they wrap themselves in dark uniforms". This series is more of a character driven drama.
Eyeshield 21 - Sena starts out as a cowardly character attending a new school. Through a twist of fate he ends up on the football team for his superior running abilities. As the series progresses the team will form and grow both together and individually. One of those rare sports anime that I like! Don't let the genre throw you off, this series is worth watching. Primarily a comedy with some drama mixed in.
Yu-gi-oh - Yugi Moto is a rather reserved individual with in interest in card games and puzzles. After figuring out the mysterious millenium puzzle Yugi suddenly finds that he's not alone. Personally, I like watching all the versions (including the series that wasn't aired over here) but I know it's not for everybody and it does get repetitive after a while.
Sherlock Holmes - I'm hoping that this famous detective needs no introduction. I reccommend reading the short stories and novels but I also like some of the live actions and radio dramas. My favorite version (outside of the books) is the radio drama version starring Clive Merrison. Anything derived from Sherlock Holmes... I'd like to check out (The Great Mouse Detective for example is excellent).
Vincent Price - The master of older scarey movies. I doubt anyone could replace him. Also played an excellent role in "Aliens in the Mind" a radio drama where he played one of the good guys :). Love his voice <3.
80s Cartoons, Etc. - I hate to short change these series but there are a lot of them. My Little Pony, Moondreamers, Rescue Rangers, Darkwing Duck, Aladdin, The Little Mermaid, Ducktales, Tiny Toons, Bugs Bunny, The Real Ghostbusters, Ghostbusters, Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego, Super Mario Brothers, The Legend of Zelda
Deadliest Catch - Fisherman risk their lives to go out on the Bering Sea and catch crab. It's better than it sounds! Drama and comedy mixed in. Root for the Northwestern :D!
American Chopper - Orange County Choppers makes custom bikes of all shapes, sizes, and designs. You get to know the crew and it's a lot of fun. There's a lot of tension between family members (Paul Sr., Paul Jr. and Mikey) but it usually works out in the end :).
Dirty Jobs - Hosted by Mike Rowe. Mike goes around trying out all the dirty jobs he can find and giving us a glimpse of the men and woman who make life a little more worth living :D. It's pretty funny :).
Doctor Who - I've been watching this series ever since I was little (it was primarily Tom Baker then) and I love it. When I saw that they were going to make a new series I was excited about it. Christopher Eccleston was great and Tennent... well.. I'm used to him *shrugs*. The best Docs were probably 3 and 4 (Pertwee and Baker :D!).
Robin Hood - Kinda like my Sherlock Holmes fandom. I like watching or reading anything based of of this story :). Recently finished watching a newer show that aired on BBC. It was neat even though a lot of the costumes and mannerisms weren't very akin to the period *eyes Marion a few times XD*.
Watership Down, Asagiri no Miko, Princess Nine, Crest of the Stars, Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha, Mahou Shoujo Tai, Mahou Tsukai Tai, Goldfish Warning, Disney Movies (too many too list but not those cgi things and mostly older) and more..