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Sailor Moon for sure . I loved that .
Another one would be Dragon Ball
Hokuto No Ken : A classic, surprised I didn't even see it here because man, that's one epic anime
Saint Seiya : The very first anime I ever saw, and I loved the concept of the armors, and it had many epic scenes as well
City Hunter : Who doesn't like Ryo Saeba ?
I support Neon Genesis Evangelion, Hokuto no Ken, and Sailor Moon.
I nominate Monster, Ghost in the Shell and Mononoke Hime
Well when I hear classic I say Dragon ball and Hokuto no Ken.
These are my nominations.
I'm gonna nominate two series for now:
The first being Treasure Island (Takarajima), a gem from 1978 which was directed by late Dezaki Osamu. The animation of the show was handled by Tokyo Movie and MADHOUSE.
My second nomination goes to Seijuushi Bismarck or Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs, a space western masterpiece from 1984 that was directed by Annou Masami. The animation studio behind the show was Studio Pierrot.
Absolutely adored those shows when I was a little shrimp. Wouldn't miss a single episode of them...
NGE and Mononoke Hime
Classic. It's kind of hard to decide on a great classic series for me since I don't watch old anime a lot. I'm only recently getting into world of anime as well, so yeah. I only watched NGE completely, but I did notice the other titles as well. They are all different in plot and its exploration so judging them would be rather difficult. Among all of them I think NGE was the one most different for having a more serious plot and character development. Not that others not, but I think other series don't explore 'darkness' like NGE did (I can be wrong about that since I don't watch them completely haha). And they don't break your mind like NGE does, lol. So there goes my vote.
Last edited by Josef K.; January 31, 2013 at 07:18 AM.