Definitely, but I always try to expand my horizon, which sounds crazy pretentious. And yes, I did perceive anime as you’ve described, so I’m guilty of that, but I also feel like anime has its own flavor in a way and maybe that’s what I don’t enjoy, but that’s just my uninformed opinion since I didn’t really explore the medium.
I like a lot of things, so that’s hard to narrow down, but what I always enjoy is dark and gritty stuff like Walking Dead, Netflix’ Daredevil, Dark Knight Trilogy and so on, but what I especially enjoy about these shows and movies is that there’s a sense of realism, if that makes sense, because zombies and superheroes?! What I mean is that it’s not too too crazy and the characters are believable in that the psychological aspect makes sense.
For example I watched American Gods recently and it fits my taste but halfway through the season it got so crazy that I didn’t enjoy it anymore. I’m fine with gods and whatever, but it just got riduclous and I can’t really describe it without spoling anything. Then again I like scifi shit and have nothing against fantasy, but it has to be established from the beginning. It’s like you’d watch Dark Knight Rises and suddenly Batman shoots lasers from his ass in the middle of the movie. It felt out of place in American Gods… Man, I’m not making this easy.
Uhm… And comedies obviously. Louis CKs standup, movies with Will Ferrell, Seth Rogen and such. Mh, yeah… Stuff like that. And cartoons I like are regular show, adventure time, bravest warriors, amazing world of gumball, rick 'n morty etc.