I want to discuss anime series off the beaten road and perhaps be suggested to alternative anime series!
Cris A i believe wrote a brilliant hub once about this subject and Am I Dead Yet i believe is a fan
Yu Yu Hakasho was a great anime series wasn't it?? It was a bit long though..hmm tell me more about claymore, never heard it!
Based on the typed title of this thread I can't resist....
I'm not all that big a fan of "amines". They've been shown to cause cancer.
I enjoyed the Final Fantasy movies, Sailor Moon, does that count? lol
Omg I love Sailor Moon, def apart of my favorite childhood memories!
I'm still waiting to see the Final Fantasy movies..hey are you getting XIII?
Love the Cowboy Bebop, Blood the Last Vampire, Trigun, Vampire Hunter D, Shin Chan (don't know if it counts)& most of the films I've seen like Chinese Ghost Story, Howl's Moving Castle, Princess Mononoke.
I have seen parts of Cowboy Bebop, which have been gud so far, def an anime with an aquired taste...i love the jazz tho!:-) and I have seen Howls Moving Castle which was a very touching story...I definately have to check out the anime you've mentioned here i'm always looking to expand my viewing experience!
Naruto and One Piece! Uhm, does Dragon Ball count?
There's another hubber here who loves anime - anime_nanet. Here's his profile - http://hubpages.com/profile/anime_nanet
One Piece - about a young pirate who wants to be the Pirate King. He and the others have various powers from eating a certain fruit. Here, the pirates are the protagonists and the government (the marines ) are the antagonists .
Let's see, One Piece and Naruto have already been mentioned. Umm how about Bleach, Hajime No Ippo, Yakitate Japan, Blood+, Persona. I know a few more but I can't remember them all.
I enjoy watching naruto. The anime is lots of fun and motivational scenes...One more anime is Full Metal Alchemist. The anime is very good too.
I am a fan, but don't spread that around!
Elfin Lied had some interesting concepts in it. You should check that one out.
Naruto is awesome!
Grave of the Fireflies was a good movie, as well.
I'm a fan watching anime movies right now..does that count
Claymore, its a nice short series 26 episodes. very clean cut, well put together. characters almost like Valkyrie warriors girls carry a huge claymore as their weapon. they are part of a organization that protects humans from monsters. This organization created Claymores (50/50 monster/human)
Its starts with a claymore who protects a little boy from these monsters who ate his family. ever since he was infatuated with her, always by her side no matter how much the claymore pushed him away. His gestures conjured old thoughts of hers about her mentor ( someone who once saved her from these monsters and she became good friends with the boy. many journeys together. but after a while they unfortunately separate with hopes of seeing each other one. but for this claymore lies a difficult path of revenge.
I don't want to ruin the ending, so i'll stop there. but its a great short tale of love/hate, learn lessons about the pitfalls of revenge and how nice it is to help someone out.
Its one of my most favorite anime series. I think i have watched it once a month since i found it like 6 months ago. You can watch all of it in 2-3 days. unlike naruto! Enjoy!
my sisters love blood plus, I haven't gotten around to watching..i'll definately keep that in mind!
Mee loves anime
Love Bleach, Death Note, Mushi-shi.. I like horror/thriller/action animes.
No drama,hentai, love story please
by Chris Qu 8 years ago
If I like Berserk and Claymore, what other mangas or animes might I like?
by EJ Lambert 7 years ago
Why has Hollywood failed to turn classic Anime series into successful movies?From Dragon Ball to The Last Airbender, the normally reliable folks in Hollywood have consistently failed to properly adapt classic Anime series from Japan into viable movies. Why is that?
by Midasfx 9 years ago
What is your favorite Anime/ Manga?
by EJ Lambert 8 years ago
Which anime series has the best chance to make a successful movie?After watching Dragon Ball Evolution flame out on the big screen, it begs the question. Of all the successful anime series coming out of Japan, which one has the best chance to see similar success in theaters?
by vampiregurl 12 years ago
i love watching animes but since in a circle of people there is always the top 10....i also have my top 10 animes....1.Vampire Knight2.Gakuen Alice3.Cardcaptor Sakura4.Tsubasa Chronicles5.Detective Conan6.Prince of Tennis7.Naruto8.Chobits9.Fate Stay Night10.Inuyasha How about you? What animes do...
by NekoLoko 2 years ago
I am a fan of anime and I was wondering if anyone else was a fan out there and can share some good anime to watch. I hope to learn about the different types of anime people like. which anime's do you like? What type of anime is it and why?
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