This is the list of the anime I've seen entirely. It's growing constantly since I watch a new anime every chance I get.

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009-1 (TV) Excellent I love the story and the heroine for this anime. Not to mention the character designs remain true to Ishimori's art style. Those who love Cyborg 009, might like this one as well.
3D Magical Play (OAV) Good A 3D version of the Mahou Yuugi series.
Aeon Flux (U.S. TV) Very good The heroine is cool, and the world she lives in is a cross between 1984 and THX 1138. I like the idea of how you can watch any episode in any order and not feel confuse at all. However there were moments where the weirdness got more weird than nessacary.
Aeon Flux (live-action movie) Good Like the tv series, except Aeon wear slightly less revealing clothing for the movie.
Afro Samurai (TV) Excellent Something that Samurai and Samual L. Jackson fans will approve of.
Afro Samurai: Resurrection (movie) Excellent Everything you'd expect from a sequal to the mini series, bigger action, larger explosions, and more characters to witness.
Air Gear (TV) Excellent A fun anime with fan service, gangs, and rollerblades. Even if you aren't into roller blades, the story is what is worth checking out here.
Air Master (TV) Excellent If you're looking for an action anime that has cat fights, hot women, and parodies to other action anime. Then this is your kind of anime to watch.
Akira (movie) Masterpiece A masterpiece beyound words. So excellent and detailed for an 80s movie that you'll want to watch it more than twice due to the appeal of characters, landscape and music.
Animal Treasure Island (movie) Excellent This anime version of Treasure Island may seem average, but the story and cast of characters is what made this movie so memorible. It's something kids would watch no matter what year it is.
(The) Animatrix (OAV) Excellent A real treat for the Matrix fans. Also worth checking out even if you're not crazy on the Matrix.
Appleseed (OAV) Very good A good OAV with a couple of memorible characters that'll please those who like anime with good character presentations. The crime that takes place in this anime will prevent this OVA from being boring.
Appleseed (movie) Excellent A CGI remake of the OVA, only with a deeper understanding of the city they live in where it's an alternate future where humans co-exsist with these bio-beings who express no emotions because emotions are the cause of the troubles in our world.
Appleseed: Ex Machina (movie) Excellent Yes it was produced by John Woo and he improvised some of the ideas of this movie, but that didn't mean it was awful to watch. Cause I found the story to this sequal to be satisfying in most ways.
Ashita no Joe (movie) Very good The Rocky of anime, Joe is also a struggling underdog boxer trying to get to the top of Japanese Boxing. A really well done story with some interesting secondary characters.
Astro Boy (TV 2/1980) Very good For his second reboot, Astro Boy has a robot family and goes on various adventures to make right of the wrong doings in the world. Much like the original except in color.
Astro Boy (TV 3/2003) Very good A fun update to the belove mascot of the Tezuka Universe. My only complaint about the U.S. release of this series is that some of the episodes aren't in chronicle order.
Astro Boy (U.S. movie) Good While it does retain the robot civil rights which has always been the subject of all Astro Boy related stories. I felt this movie could of had some improvements, because I think the Imagi team were trying too hard in Americanizing it to resemble other average CGI movies in America. Some Astro Boy fan might be disappointed with it though.
Avengers Confidential: Black Widow & Punisher (U.S. movie) Very good
Baccano! (TV) Excellent The best Great Depression Era anime you'll ever witness. In the form of Pulp Fiction, the beginning, middle, and ending aren't in the same chronical order. So the first time you watch it you'd have to paste together the plot and side stories. it makes a lot of sense the second time you watch it.
Baka and Test: Summon the Beasts OVA Excellent A funny OAV especially the bit on crossdressing.
Baki the Grappler (TV) Good A good ol' fighting anime that focuses on a kid who only wants to be as strong as his dad(who is the most fierce man on Earth).
BALDR FORCE EXE Resolution (OAV) Very good Not bad for a Matrix inspired OAV. Not perfect, but highly watchable. Just keep in mind that since it's four episodes so it's over before you know it.
Barefoot Gen (movie) Very good Compared to Grave of the Fireflies, I think this one was a more morbid WW2 anime film. Plus it's the only one you'll ever see that tells the whole story of the Hiroshima bombing.
Barefoot Gen 2 (movie) Very good A follow up to the original which focuses on what it was like when Japan was trying to recover from the war. Has the same theme as the original so if you didn't mind the morbid theme for the first one this one isn't as bad.
Batman: Gotham Knight (movie) Excellent The first Batman anime of any kind. My favorite favorite thing about this movie is that the "Man in Black" is the only villian in this movie to not originate from the comics. Though he does have the striking appearance of Firefly.
Beast Machines: Transformers (U.S. TV) Very good
Beast Wars: Transformers (U.S. TV) Excellent Best incarnation of Transformers that is appealing towards old and new fans. Even if you never seen the original cartoon, you're able to get into this series right away with episode 1.
BECK: Mongolian Chop Squad (TV) Excellent An inspirational Rock Band story where the music is great and the guitarist goes through a lot of hard knots to have a career in music.
Benkei and Ushiwaka (movie) Very good
Beyond (OAV) Very good Interesting segment with the "haunted house".
(The) Big O (TV) Masterpiece If Paul Dini and Bruce Timm were hired to make an anime it would be something like this.
Big Windup! (TV) Good I don't enjoy baseball, but I do enjoy the story for this series. It prooves that a team can be successful if the pitcher and catcher are in good terms with each other.
Black Cat (TV) Excellent An exciting action anime about a hitman name Train who change the way he lives after encountering a woman he hardly knew. Him along with some other unlikely companions travel together while being on the run from the Organization that Train use to work for.
Black Lagoon (TV) Excellent A regular office suit gets mixed up in a raid by South pacific pirates who at first took him hostage, except after spending time with them he decides to join them. At first they think he's not suited to be part of their crew but soon they find him to be useful. Throughout the series they do some really dangerous jobs and running into other pirates, terrorists, and criminals. Never a dull moment in this series. Plus Revy is like an anime version of Lara Croft.
Black Lagoon: The Second Barrage (TV) Excellent If you like Season 1, you'll love season 2 as well. More characters to encounter and more development between Revy and Rock.
Black Rock Shooter (OAV) Decent I couldn't get into the plot that well. Maybe it was because I felt there were two unrelated plots happening at the same time.
Blue Gender (TV) Good This is a very underrated sci-fi horror series. Which is known for having a morbid and sexual themes combine. Keep in mind to not get to close to some characters in this series as there is a lot of death scenes.
Blue Gender: The Warrior (movie) Good Basically the same story except a few changes to some of the deaths.
Blue Submarine No.6 (OAV) Excellent For only four episodes, this OVA did pull off a good story about humans having a war against these genetic fish humanoids who want to be the superior species on Earth as it takes place in an alter future where the ice caps have melted and man kind has managed to live their lives despite the higher water level.
Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo (TV) Very good Most underrated random anime of all.
Brain Powered (TV) Not really good Don't be fooled by the fanservice in the Opening Theme Song. Cause there's hardly any in the series itself. The problem I had with this series is the poor portrayal of characters and it took forever to know what was happening in the story. It's hard to believe Sunrise would produce such Medicore.
Broken Down Film (movie) Excellent One of the funniest Tezuka short films. I love the idea of how it pokes fun to the old style animation from the early part of 20th Century America. They did a great joke making it look old with dust and scratches added to make it look broken down. The characters even interact with the errors that occured in this short.
Burst Angel (TV) Good An entertaining mecha/girls with guns anime. Except I don't have the heart to say that the ending was 100% perfect.
Burst Angel: Infinity (OAV) Good This is an OAV that serves as a continuation of the back story of Meg & Jo. Including how Jo got her hair short in the first place. So in order to watch this you'd have to watch the entire tv series first.
Cannon Fodder (movie) Excellent Katsuhiro did a great job making this segment of Memories stand out the most. I found it amazing that he was able to make this without any cut scenes all.
Case Closed The Movie: The Time Bombed Skyscraper Good Not bad for the first movie of Detective Conan, except the plot was much simplier than what the title implies. Plus it wasn't that much of a mystery on who the bomber was.
Case Closed: Captured in Her Eyes (movie) Very good I'm not a fan of main character getting amnesia plots, but that didn't stop me from liking the suspence and mystery of who is killing off policemen that have a connection with something from the past. It'll keep you guessing until the end, with a thrilling climax.
Case Closed: Countdown to Heaven (movie) Masterpiece Best of the Detective Conan film by far. Why cause Gin & Vodka are involved in the plot, those two always make always make thing exciting in any situation.
Case Closed: The Fourteenth Target (movie) Very good A better improvement over the first one. The mystery of who is targetting the people Conan knows is exciting and there's more suspects than the first one did.
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