Re: Your Favourite Anime?
i take it you mean "Favorite Anime Series"
anyone that says Bleach and Naruto simply haven't watched enough anime.
Bleach isn't that great until they start the Soul Society Arc and sadly the greatness ends with the Soul Society Arc. the Bount arc is horrible and the Hueco Mundo arc is good, but not to the caliber of the Soul Society arc and honestly wish i would have stopped watching once the Soul Society arc stopped.
Naruto is one of the most satisfying animes i've ever seen tho. everything up until episode 135 is great. Zabuza arc, the Chuunin Exam arc and Sasuke's departure arc are all brilliant. especially the Sasuke Departure arc. i was completely wowed at the fight between Kyuubi Naruto and 2nd limit Sasuke. after that, 85 episodes of filler was overkill and really killed the series for me. Naruto Shippuuden started out strong with the re-introduction episodes, Naruto/Sakura vs. Kakashi fight, and Gaara's kidnapping, but since then, it's been so drawn out and boring even tho Sasori is a great character and the fights about "what art truly is" between him and Deidara are a lot of fun.
the best anime i've ever seen, and one i can full heartedly recommend and claim as THE best anime ever...
37 episodes of the best writing, animation, art, music, action, dialogue, set pieces, and drama ever in any anime. the episodes "Manic" and "1.28" are the best episodes i've ever seen...anywhere. they just blew me away at how amazing they were.
if you haven't seen Death Note, WHAT THE FUCK IS WRONG WITH YOU! go over to mininova.org and start downloading them!
after Death Note tho, Elfen Lied, Gungrave, Fullmetal Alchemist, Trigun, Berserk, Fist of the North Star, The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, Full Metal Panic!, Uchu Kaizoku Captain Harlock, Neon Genesis, Evangelion, FLCL, Oh My Goddess!, and Naruto.
now if this was about movies, i'd hate you all for not naming anything but Hayao Miyazaki, Yoshiaki Kawajiri, or Katsuhiro Otomo movies.
edit: everything i watch is subbed. i will go crazy if it's dubbed, unless it has Spike Spiegel's voice actor. i forget his name. he also did Mugen in Samurai Champloo.
As long as there's a Triforce, there will be a Zelda;
as long as there's a prosperous kingdom, there will be an evil bent on destroying it;
and as long as there's an oppressive force threatening Hyrule, there will be a boy...
in a green tunic, silver shield, and magic blade to stand against it.
Last edited by Sephiroth; 09-03-2007 at 02:41 AM.