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Ok y‘all im really down to dicuss this now.. What do think is like the best Anime ever?

I personally feel like One piece bc it is just helllaa interesting like it doesnt get boring or repetitive although it has so many episodes. I also really like that Oda pays attention to SO many details like there are always references to old things.

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1 hour ago, Snake144 said:

Ok y‘all im really down to dicuss this now.. What do think is like the best Anime ever?

I personally feel like One piece bc it is just helllaa interesting like it doesnt get boring or repetitive although it has so many episodes. I also really like that Oda pays attention to SO many details like there are always references to old things.

Digimon!! I want to watch every single series!!

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I'd say the big 3 (Naruto, Bleach and One Piece) are definitely up there.

All of them were long runing series (One Piece still going) well recieved, loved by fans and for the most part did everything right, story characters etc...

I would also throw Hunter x Hunter and Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood into this.

Both have a great story and amazing characters.

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On 12/17/2019 at 8:17 PM, Snake144 said:

Ok y‘all im really down to dicuss this now.. What do think is like the best Anime ever?

I personally feel like One piece bc it is just helllaa interesting like it doesnt get boring or repetitive although it has so many episodes. I also really like that Oda pays attention to SO many details like there are always references to old things.

I think its One Piece, Naruto and Bleach.

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On 12/23/2019 at 12:19 PM, Tv-Crimes said:

 

I'd say the big 3 (Naruto, Bleach and One Piece) are definitely up there.

All of them were long runing series (One Piece still going) well recieved, loved by fans and for the most part did everything right, story characters etc...

I would also throw Hunter x Hunter and Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood into this.

Both have a great story and amazing characters.

I feel like I am the only one that didnt really like Bleach. Is it because I read the Manga or ?? I would say the big three are Naruto, One Piece and Dragon Ball as it is known and loved by everyone. 
 

And HxH is my favourite anime after One Piece. Such a Masterpiece!!! It was captivating and i LOVE the characters, so definitely agreed ok that one.

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1 hour ago, Snake144 said:

I feel like I am the only one that didnt really like Bleach. Is it because I read the Manga or ?? I would say the big three are Naruto, One Piece and Dragon Ball as it is known and loved by everyone. 
 

And HxH is my favourite anime after One Piece. Such a Masterpiece!!! It was captivating and i LOVE the characters, so definitely agreed ok that one.

Make no mistake, the big 3 simply referes to the three most popular weekly series from shonen jump 

which were Naruto, Bleach and One piece with the later still runing.

I did like the Bleach anime but the manga is superior no doubt.

 

 

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Shouldn't this thread be in the recommendations forums? Anyway the best adventure animes ive seen are Jojo part 3, traveling around the world and trying to save his mom from a curse. 

Magi the kingdom of magic and secret of blue water are up there also. 

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Oh wow, it's difficult to say because I'm very passionate about a bunch of different shows and all for various reasons!

Samurai Champloo for sure. I love the artistic clash between art style and music. The entire show pulls together in a harmony of storytelling and a brilliant flow of creative expression.

Monster is another. I love the research illustrated in the diversity of characters and settings, nestled into a truly unsettling concept of crime and mystery. By far, the best psychological thriller I've seen in the way it touches upon the primal senses. Very much enjoy the heaviness of matters such as consequence, emotion and awareness. The characters carefully intertwine with the storytelling without compromising or diminishing their quality. In this, they're not only memorable but a prominent value to one another. This show makes the shivers real enough.

Mononoke seems simple enough. "A spin-off of 2006's horror anthology series Ayakashi: Samurai Horror Tales". It's the stunning art-style that's both beautiful and unique. I know that calling something unique is a bit of a loose term at times but I seldom use it personally. The anime ran in the year 2007 and still manages to look and feel like some newly developed formula, exploring its technique. 

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Questions like these are usually difficult to answer because there are so many different genres.

If we are talking anime overall that covers everything in a way I would say Naruto. For some reason I didn't enjoy Bleach (I watched 60 or so episodes). One Piece is also excellent but to me it seemed to lack the depth and thoroughness of Naruto, but have only seen a couple of hundred episodes so I can't say if that would be different if one looks at the whole thing.
Naturally there are anime that are more comedic than Naruto, or others that are philosophical etc., but these usually are very specific anime that specialize in one certain aspect (such as comedy).

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On 1/1/2020 at 10:13 AM, IIVIsouljam said:

Oh wow, it's difficult to say because I'm very passionate about a bunch of different shows and all for various reasons!

Samurai Champloo for sure. I love the artistic clash between art style and music. The entire show pulls together in a harmony of storytelling and a brilliant flow of creative expression.

Monster is another. I love the research illustrated in the diversity of characters and settings, nestled into a truly unsettling concept of crime and mystery. By far, the best psychological thriller I've seen in the way it touches upon the primal senses. Very much enjoy the heaviness of matters such as consequence, emotion and awareness. The characters carefully intertwine with the storytelling without compromising or diminishing their quality. In this, they're not only memorable but a prominent value to one another. This show makes the shivers real enough.

Mononoke seems simple enough. "A spin-off of 2006's horror anthology series Ayakashi: Samurai Horror Tales". It's the stunning art-style that's both beautiful and unique. I know that calling something unique is a bit of a loose term at times but I seldom use it personally. The anime ran in the year 2007 and still manages to look and feel like some newly developed formula, exploring its technique. 

Havent seen Mononoke and Monster yet, but they are on my List! Samurai Champloo was really enjoyable, I liked the artstyle and the story but I would not say it is one of the best animes out there as it lacks depth.

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GOAT? There are certainly some masterpieces that I have rated as such. 

Some would have to say Death Note, as it is just as popular today as it ever was, whereas some other once hyped anime have since lost their sheen (looking at you Naruto)

I would say Vinland Saga is a contender. Though many would shoot this down for it not being a traditional style anime, as it has very little connection to the beloved culture many anime lovers grow to love, and though it has some shounen aspects here and there, certainly doesnt appeal overall in that very dominant genre. Regardless, its a masterfully done anime with a well developed story and doesnt have any adaptation problems so far. Its been worked on by Wit studios, and their animators show their experience in the set up of the dramatic action scenes as well as the top tier op and eds.

 

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On 1/5/2020 at 11:46 AM, Snake144 said:

Havent seen Mononoke and Monster yet, but they are on my List! Samurai Champloo was really enjoyable, I liked the artstyle and the story but I would not say it is one of the best animes out there as it lacks depth.

Yeah, you're probably right about critical depth. Sometimes, I feel like I have immunity to things such as the perception of depth or what the word means to me vis-à-vis others. Samurai Champloo happened to me right after I made the naive decision to open an online custom jacket store. I was painting denim jackets at the time and started to lose interest when some personal things came along (they were selling but I was very unprepared for the work and gave up). One night, kind of in a rut, I looked up Shinichirō Watanabe and saw that Champloo was going to be his second shot at a television series since Cowboy Bebop and he was super nervous about the directorial gap. I had already closed down the store when Champloo finally did come out but I was following its release anyhow and damn, did it have a huge impact on inspiring my work. I liked the idea of an alternate Edo that collided with contemporary tones, especially its music. I mean, Shimabara-Amakusa Rebellion; Miyamoto Musashi and Hip-Hop artists Force of Nature? It definitely caught the senses.

It was nice to discover Ukiyo-e within the show as well. It's one of the international genres that nudged me into the world of art at an early age but had abruptly abandoned it for a more European study. Certainly an oddity at this point in my life. I felt like the show was secretly telling me to stop being so darn careful and get a little messy. In addition, I felt like the show was absolutely ballsy. Watanabe sat there and experimented with such a unique and talented team on only his second televised project. It also touched on internal cultural sentiments, like Shudo, although not heavily but still thrown out there. Mugen's view on Samurai being romanticized was pretty superlative to factual account in its context. Mugen himself was a great character and one of few in narratives of an upbringing/product of the penal system and lack of education. The design team did a phenomenal job with his creation in that sense. Down to his clothing that was done to represent his indigenous lineage. Which most likely had cultural struggles within the era setting. It was no wonder Mugen's outlook on life was always nestled in harsh reality.

All-in-all, I found the depth of the show exactly where my personal tastes and interests were. I can easily see where some people might not, though. The main story is a bit cliche. 😆

Sometime later, I wanted to expand my list. I previously didn't have time to do so. 😭 They would have included anime like: Paradise Kiss, Berserk, Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood- and a few more.

I recommend Monster! Hope you find it interesting, it's one of my top three. 😁

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I wanna say Sailor Moon because it got me interested in anime and helped me through an awkward tomboy phase early on in school. I loved it!

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Curious what are anyone's thoughts on Neon Genesis Evangelion? Finally saw it after forever being proposed that I should and it was kind of confusing. I'm not sure if it's the greatest anime ever or nay. 

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Hmm, I don't think I can really classify an anime as the "best anime ever." I haven't had enough exposure and I know everyone can have wildly different tastes.

In my own little world though, I'd say Texhnolyze wins it for me.

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9 hours ago, Kohloo said:

Hmm, I don't think I can really classify an anime as the "best anime ever." I haven't had enough exposure and I know everyone can have wildly different tastes.

In my own little world though, I'd say Texhnolyze wins it for me.

Texhnolyze is sooo good! I've always been in love with Yoshitoshi's work in this anime. The story is very emotional and unique. 😭

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