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Aeon Flux (U.S. TV)
After War Gundam X (TV)
Ah! My Goddess (TV)
Aishiteruze Baby (TV)
Area 88 (TV)
Astro Boy (TV 3/2003)
Baki the Grappler (TV)
Basilisk (TV)
BECK: Mongolian Chop Squad (TV)
Bleach (TV)
Blood+ (TV)
Case Closed (TV)
Chobits (TV)
Chrono Crusade (TV)
Clannad (TV)
Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 (TV)
Comic Party (TV)
Cromartie High School (TV)
DearS (TV)
Death Note (TV)
Den-noh Coil (TV)
Devilman Lady (TV)
Di Gi Charat (TV)
Dragon Ball (TV)
Ergo Proxy (TV)
Fafner (TV)
Full Moon o Sagashite (TV)
Fullmetal Alchemist: Premium Collection (OAV)
Gad Guard (TV)
Gantz (TV)
GaoGaiGar: King of the Braves (TV)
(The) Garden of Sinners (movie series)
Gasaraki (TV)
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2nd GIG (TV)
Gigantor (TV 1963)
Ginga Tetsudo Monogatari: Eien e no Bunkiten (TV)
Glass Mask (TV 1/1984)
Glass Mask (TV 2/2005)
GTO: Great Teacher Onizuka (TV)
Gundam Evolve (OAV)
Gunslinger Girl (TV)
.hack//Legend of the Twilight (TV)
He Is My Master (TV)
Heat Guy J (TV)
Hell Girl (TV)
Hellsing Ultimate (OAV)
Inuyasha (TV)
Kanon (TV 2/2006)
Kasimasi - Girl Meets Girl (TV)
Kodocha (TV)
Koi Kaze (TV)
Kyo no Gononi (OAV)
Lucky Star (TV)
Lupin III: Part II (TV)
Madlax (TV)
Magic Knight Rayearth (TV)
Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha StrikerS (TV)
Mahoromatic: Something More Beautiful (TV)
Marmalade Boy (TV)
(The) Melancholy of Haruhi-chan Suzumiya (ONA)
Midori Days (TV)
Mobile Suit Gundam (TV)
Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Second Season (TV)
Mobile Suit Gundam F91 (movie)
Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Destiny Special Edition (OAV)
Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Special Edition
Mobile Suit SD Gundam Mk IV (OAV)
Mobile Suit Victory Gundam (TV)
Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam: A New Translation (movies)
Monster (TV)
MoonPhase (TV)
Naruto (TV)
Negima!? (TV)
Neon Genesis Evangelion: Death & Rebirth (movie)
Ninja Nonsense (TV)
Nurse Witch Komugi (OAV)
Nyoron! Churuya-san (ONA)
Oh My Goddess! (OAV)
Oku-sama wa Joshi Kōsei (TV)
Omishi Magical Theater Risky Safety (TV)
Otogi Zoshi (TV)
Pani Poni Dash! (TV)
Panyo Panyo Di Gi Charat (TV)
Peacemaker (TV)
Pita-Ten (TV)
Pocket Monsters: Diamond & Pearl (TV)
Pokémon (TV)
Pokémon Advance (TV)
Pokémon Chronicles (TV)
Queen Millennia (TV)
RahXephon (TV)
Ranma ½ OAV
Ranma ½ (TV)
Record of Lodoss War: Chronicles of the Heroic Knight (TV)
Revolutionary Girl Utena (TV)
RG Veda (OAV)
RIN - Daughters of Mnemosyne (TV)
Robotech (U.S. TV)
Romeo × Juliet (TV)
Rumbling Hearts (TV)
Rurouni Kenshin (TV 1996)
Sailor Moon (TV)
Sailor Moon Sailor Stars (TV)
Samurai 7 (TV)
Samurai Champloo (TV)
Sayonara Zetsubou-sensei (TV)
School Rumble (TV)
Sgt. Frog (TV)
Shakugan no Shana Second (TV)
Shin chan (TV)
Simoun (TV)
(The) Slayers (TV)
Sol Bianca (OAV)
Space Pirate Captain Harlock (TV)
Stratos 4 Advance (OAV)
Strawberry Marshmallow (TV)
Strawberry Panic! (TV)
Super Milk-chan (TV)
This Ugly Yet Beautiful World (TV)
Thundercats (U.S. TV)
Turn A Gundam (TV)
Utawarerumono (TV)
Windy Tales (TV)
Wolf's Rain (OAV)
Yakitate!! Japan (TV)
You're Under Arrest (TV)
You're Under Arrest: Full Throttle (TV 3)
Yu Yu Hakusho: Ghost Files (TV)
Zipang (TV)

Seen all Comment
3x3 Eyes (OAV)
Adieu Galaxy Express 999 (movie)
Ah! My Goddess: The Movie
Akira (movie)
Android Kikaider - The Animation (TV)
(The) Animatrix (OAV) So we have this Matrix companion anthology that's pretty much divided into three types of shorts. You've got the actual supplemental materials that expand the Matrix story in a fascinating, thought-provoking way, some super-slick action pieces that are breath-taking to watch, albeit as vapid as they are impressive, and...Matriculated. Really, what the hell was that? And did anyone think to remind Peter Cheung that he wasn't doing Aeon Flux anymore?
Aria the Animation (TV) All this show is—and I mean all this show is—is a bunch of girls rowing gondolas on Mars, bantering back and forth about how happy they are and how beautiful life is, while occasionally breaking for a day trip through some old town or to go to the beach for lunch. And yet, somehow this is one of the most beautiful and captivating shows I've ever seen. Why Martians rowing boats is as sweet and sentimental as it is, I have no idea, but damn does it work. If you have any kind of a heart, you are cheating yourself by missing out on this one.
Armitage III: Poly-Matrix (movie)
Azumanga Daioh (TV)
Azumanga Daioh - The Very Short Movie Well, it's prettier than the TV series, at least. Now if they could only provide some content that isn't already handled with better comic timing in the television series' first couple episodes, we'd really have something here. Y'know, like Web Daioh. And where's my Nyamo? Eh, it's still cute, at any rate.
Azumanga Web Daioh (ONA)
Banner of the Stars (TV)
Banner of the Stars II (TV)
Banner of the Stars III (OAV)
Battle Angel (OAV)
Betterman (TV)
Beyond (OAV)
(The) Big O (TV)
Black Lagoon (TV)
Black Lagoon: The Second Barrage (TV)
Blood: The Last Vampire (movie)
Bludgeoning Angel Dokuro-chan (TV)
Blue Gender (TV)
Blue Seed (TV)
Blue Submarine No.6 (OAV)
Boogiepop and Others (live-action movie) So, before Phantom kicked off, Boogiepop was tooling around in a veil and biker leathers? Bizarre costuming (and crappy special effects...goofy acting) aside, though, this actually isn't a bad movie. Hits all the right points from the novel with a sufficiently convoluted script and at least gets the main cast spot on. Short-haired Nagi for the win. It just...tends to look weird half the time.
Boogiepop Phantom (TV)
Canary (OAV)
Canvas - Sepia-iro no Motif (OAV)
Castle in the Sky (movie)
Cat Soup (OAV)
Ceres, Celestial Legend (TV)
Claymore (TV)
Clover (special)
Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion (TV)
Comedy (OAV)
Cowboy Bebop (TV)
Cowboy Bebop: The Movie
Crest of the Stars (TV)
Cyber City Oedo 808 (OAV)
Destiny of the Shrine Maiden (TV)
A Detective Story (OAV)
Don't Tell Mother Maria (special)
Doozy Bots (U.S. TV)
Dragon Ball Z (TV)
Dragon Ball Z: Bardock - The Father of Goku (special)
Dragon Ball Z: Broly - The Legendary Super Saiyan (movie 8)
Dragon Ball Z: Cooler's Revenge (movie 5)
Dragon Ball Z: Dead Zone (movie 1)
Dragon Ball Z: The History of Trunks (special)
Dragon Ball Z: The Tree of Might (movie 3)
Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest (movie 2)
Dragon Half (OAV)
Dual! Parallel Trouble Adventure (TV)
E.Y.E.S. of Mars (movie)
Eden of the East (TV)
Eden of the East: The King of Eden (movie)
Egao (special)
Elfen Lied (TV)
End of the World (OAV)
Endless Serenade (OAV)
Escaflowne: The Movie
Eureka Seven (TV)
Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone (movie)
éX-Driver the Movie
Excel Saga (TV)
Fate/stay night (TV)
Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children (movie)
Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within (US CG movie)
(The) Final Flight of the Osiris (OAV)
Fruits Basket (TV 1/2001)
Full Metal Panic! (TV)
Full Metal Panic! The Second Raid (TV)
Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu (TV)
Fullmetal Alchemist (TV)
Fullmetal Alchemist: Chibi Party (OAV)
Fullmetal Alchemist: Kids (OAV)
Fullmetal Alchemist: Seven Homunculi VS State Alchemists (OAV)
Fullmetal Alchemist: The Movie - Conqueror of Shamballa
Fushigi Yugi (TV)
Futakoi Alternative (TV)
Galaxy Express 999 (movie)
Galaxy Express 999: Eternal Fantasy (movie)
(The) Galaxy Railways (TV) Though I was at first put off by the series's attempt to take some of the whimsy out of Matsumoto's universe by trying to "legitimize" a military based on space train platoons, I stuck with it and came out rewarded in the end. Nothing really outstanding, but completely likable regardless, with fun characters and a nice, casual, episodic pace throughout most of its run, kindly treading back over the same themes Matsumoto's preached for the past several decades now.
Galerians: Rion (OAV) Some angry kid uses angry kid superpowers on some other angry kid with angry kid superpowers, heavy metal music blares, some girl's involved—I think—and a lot of convoluted, ill-explained science fiction bullcrap runs its course in a delightfully convoluted and ill-explained fashion. Oh, and did I mention it's all rendered out in some of the stiffest and most amateur CG animation ever conceived by man? Yeah, I don't know why I watched this, either.
Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo (TV) What do you get when a studio takes a bunch of Photoshop textures and uses them to adapt a literary classic into a futuristic Japanese cartoon set to symphonic techno-punk music? You get one of the single best anime I've ever seen, that's what. Slick, stylish, and impressively faithful to the spirit of Dumas's original novel, it's genuinely difficult to find fault with Gankutsuou. It's simply a brilliant spin on one of the greatest stories of divine retribution ever penned, all capped off with one of the most charismatic and enigmatic leading men anime has to offer.
Gatchaman (TV)
Gate Keepers 21 (OAV)
Geneshaft (TV)
Genshiken (TV)
Ghost in the Shell (movie)
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex (TV)
Golden Boy (OAV)
Grave of the Fireflies (movie)
Green Legend Ran (OAV)
Gundam Seed Character Theater (special)
Gungrave (TV) Gungrave was a laughably generic mafia story that turned into a ridiculously silly zombie monster murder hoo-hah revenge yarn that effectively cannibalized the supporting cast and reduced them to one-dimensional monsters-of-the-week before popping off a self-defeating, contradictory ending that was ultimately little more than a cheap appeal to some "manly honor" bullcrap. It wasn't very well animated either.
Gunsmith Cats (OAV)
Gurren Lagann (TV)
.hack//Intermezzo (OAV) Bear & Mimiru do stuff, Mimiru remembers something, it ends, and we're none the wiser and none the more enriched from it. This may as well have been a .hack//SIGN filler episode, because on its own it accomplishes jack squat. But then, it's not like SIGN really needed any more inane dreck rendering its lightning snail's pace any slower than it already was.
.hack//Liminality (OAV) Is it bad that the single best part of the .hack franchise to date is some OVA tacked onto a videogame as a mere afterthought? Seriously. Characters don't stand around and recite each others' sentences for twenty episodes, moronic kids don't go on pseudo-incestual filler adventures, and stuff actually feels like it's getting done. Still rather slow and meticulous, but good. I'm actually impressed.
.hack//SIGN (TV) Not bad, but given that half the series feels like you're camping out in the World of Warcraft chatroom listening to all the inane quest and "h4x" banter, it's not all that great, either. Honestly, there are more engaging ways to develop a story than having your cast sit around and gab about things for some dozen or more episodes before one of them gets the bright idea that they might wanna act on all the tough talk and get the flying testicles of doom off the introvert's back.
Haibane Renmei (TV)
Harlock Saga (OAV)
Hellsing (TV) Spiffy music. The rest of it was an oversaturated, clunky manga adaptation with piss poor animation that degenerated into some nonsensical garbage about some naked pink cyber vampire with an Egyptian god complex and a non-sequitur tea-sipping loli, but it at least had spiffy music. When compared to its OVA counterpart, it's a complete insult to anyone's sense of aesthetic quality and half-decent storytelling, but it at least had spiffy music.
Higan (OAV)
His and Her Circumstances (TV)
Howl's Moving Castle (movie)
Ikki Tousen (TV)
Interlude (OAV)
InuYasha the Movie 2: The Castle Beyond the Looking Glass Y'know, this movie was a real mess. Naraku dies, some epilogue crap happens, that abysmal Sango/Kohaku angle is dredged up, some new baddie appears, the creators write themselves into a corner, and then boom, Naraku magically reappears and we're back to where we started. Yeah, it's a bit much to expect movies based on 100+ episode anime to honestly further the plot, but the way this one played out just felt especially inane and pointless. Fronting that you've killed the series's main baddie isn't worth much if he just shows up again at the end for no real reason with nothing worthwhile really happening in his absence.
InuYasha the Movie 3: Swords of an Honorable Ruler So we take a moment of our time to break away from the endless cycle of futile, self-defeating Naraku pursuits and soul-scarring filler about Shippo's bad day in order to take a more in-depth look into the origins of our resident dog-eared siblings, and especially into the motivations and personal ideals of enigmatic grey-area semi-baddie Sesshoumaru. And all of this as part of a rather nifty yarn about the nastiest-looking meat sword this side of Soul Calibur. Bravo, Inu-Yasha producers, bravo. Now if only the rest of the franchise were this captivating.
InuYasha the Movie: Affections Touching Across Time Didn't they already have an elf-eared moth monster as part of a filler arc in the series? Was it really worth revisiting? And am I the only one who felt seeing Sesshoumaru own the shit out of the main villain in the first five minutes just cheapened the rest of the film by making said mothman villain seem weak? The movie was very well animated, I'll give it that, but for the most part, it just felt like some ho-hum super long filler whose conclusion was already certain before it even began.
Jagainu-kun (TV)
Jin-Roh - The Wolf Brigade (movie)
Kakurenbo - Hide & Seek (movie)
Kid's Story (OAV)
Kiddy Grade (TV)
Kikaider-01: The Animation (OAV)
Kiki's Delivery Service (movie)
Kite (OAV)
Kujibiki Unbalance (OAV)
Last Exile (TV)
Last Order Final Fantasy VII (OAV)
Love Hina (TV)
Love Hina Again (OAV)
Love Hina Spring Special - I Wish Your Dream
Love Hina X'mas Special - Silent Eve
Lunar Legend Tsukihime (TV)
Lupin III: Crisis in Tokyo (special)
Lupin III: Dead or Alive (movie)
Lupin III: Dragon of Doom (special)
Lupin III: Swallowtail Tattoo (special)
Lupin III: The Castle of Cagliostro (movie)
Lupin III: The Pursuit of Harimao's Treasure (special)
Lupin III: The Secret of Twilight Gemini (movie)
Lupin III: Voyage to Danger (special)
Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha (TV)
Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha A's (TV)
Magical Shopping Arcade Abenobashi (TV) If you ever wanted to see pedophilic pissed-panties jokes and tired attempts at parodies Excel Saga at its blandest managed to pull of with sharper wit, all structured around an incomprehensible onmyouji-something storyline that's given all of one episode to actually unravel, then this is the show for you! Otherwise, pass on it. Apparently Gainax spent all of their remaining funny bone on FLCL and left nothing for this junker.
Mahoromatic - Automatic Maiden (TV)
Maria Watches Over Us (TV)
Maria Watches Over Us Season 2: Printemps (TV)
Martian Successor Nadesico (TV)
Matriculated (OAV)
(The) Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya (TV) If this chick gets bored, the world ends, so an introvert alien computer, a shy, voluptuous time traveler, and an ambiguously gay psychic all do their best to keep her occupied with elaborate schemes while the one person that does truly keep her interested stands back wondering what the hell is going on. A recipe for incredibly fresh and witty comedy, yes, but also a surprisingly touching story about growing up and finding joy in mundane, everyday life. Uproarious fun that'll make you think and guarantees a smile on your face at the end of every episode, there's no way you could go wrong with that.
Metropolis (movie)
Millennium Actress (movie)
Miyuki-chan in Wonderland (OAV)
Mobile Fighter G Gundam (TV)
Mobile Suit Gundam - The Movie Trilogy
Mobile Suit Gundam 00 (TV)
Mobile Suit Gundam 0080: War in the Pocket (OAV)
Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory (OAV)
Mobile Suit Gundam MS IGLOO: Apocalypse 0079 (OAV)
Mobile Suit Gundam MS IGLOO: The Hidden One Year War (movies)
Mobile Suit Gundam Seed (TV)
Mobile Suit Gundam Seed C.E.73: Stargazer (ONA) A smart new concept for the Gundam franchise and some really slick action sequences, all brought to a close entirely too soon. It accomplishes what it sets out to do, tantilizes the audience with something more underneath the surface (hint: read Delta Astray), and then just ends right there in spectacular fashion. With another five to ten episodes to play with, this could've been the next 08th MS Team in terms of high quality Gundam sidestory anime, but it's still fine the way it is.
Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Destiny (TV)
Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Destiny Final Plus: The Chosen Future (OAV)
Mobile Suit Gundam Seed MSV Astray (OAV Promo)
Mobile Suit Gundam Wing (TV)
Mobile Suit Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz (OAV)
Mobile Suit Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz Special Edition (movie)
Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack (movie)
Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team (OAV)
Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team, Miller's Report (movie)
Mobile Suit SD Gundam (OAV/movie)
Mobile Suit SD Gundam Mk II (OAV)
Mobile Suit SD Gundam's Counterattack (movie)
Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam (TV)
My Neighbor Totoro (movie)
My-HiME (TV)
My-Otome (TV)
Nadia - The Secret of Blue Water (TV) I love this show, I love the unique Gainaxy spin on 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Captain Nemo is hardcore awesome, and Samson is the greatest henchman ever...but holy crap, this show really should've only been done in twenty-six episodes! I mean yikes, could they have dragged that desert island arc out any longer? Still, great vintage Gainax with some nice prototypal Evangelion elements for the savvy to pick at.
Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (movie)
Negima! (TV)
Negima!? Spring OVA
Negima!? Summer OVA
Neon Genesis Evangelion (TV)
Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion (movie)
Ninja Scroll (movie)
Noir (TV)
Now and Then, Here and There (TV)
Only Yesterday (movie)
Otaku no Video (OAV)
Outlaw Star (TV)
Paranoia Agent (TV)
Patlabor 2: The Movie (movie 2)
Patlabor The Mobile Police (OAV 1/1988)
Patlabor: The Movie (movie 1)
Perfect Blue (movie)
Pet Shop of Horrors (TV)
Pilot Candidate (TV)
Plastic Little (OAV)
Please Twins! (TV) Well now, here I was expecting to pop this show in and be all-out assaulted by the usual generic harem love triangle dreck, chock full of cheap sexual sight gags and dirty overbearing fanservice, all capped off by some contrived conclusion where our resident loser winds up getting to bone multiple women without consequence forever and ever. And yet, it didn't happen. Oh, that stuff was all still there, but somehow they actually managed to make it entertaining, probably by playing it cool, taking a sweet and simple route, and not approaching sex and romance like a pillow-humping pubescent.
Pokémon 2000 - The Movie (movie 2)
Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea (movie 9)
Pokémon: Lucario and the Mystery of Mew (movie 8)
Pokémon: The Rise of Darkrai (movie 10)
Pom Poko (movie)
Popotan (TV)
Porco Rosso (movie)
Princess Mononoke (movie)
Professor Dan Petory's Blues (OAV)
Program (OAV)
Project A-ko: Uncivil Wars (OAV)
Puella Magi Madoka Magica (TV)
R.O.D -The TV-
Ranma ½: Nihao My Concubine (movie)
Read or Die (OAV)
Reign: The Conqueror (TV)
Requiem from the Darkness (TV)
Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Movie
Rozen Maiden (TV)
Rozen Maiden: Detective Kun-Kun (special)
Rozen Maiden: Ouvertüre (special)
Rozen Maiden: Träumend (TV)
Rurouni Kenshin: Reflection (OAV) So somewhere along the way, the guy that directed the masterful Tsuiokuhen OVA got the idea to take Kenshin and turn it inside out. That has to be what happened, because suddenly we have this great story of personal redemption reduced to one man's pitiful wallowing in misery and self-loathing, a lot of maddeningly contradictory behavior on the part of Kenshin's regular cast, more petty, pissy angst than you could shake a fat emo kid at, and a horrifically scuttled excuse for a Jinchuu Arc to top it all off. It's a shame they took so much effort to make such a piece of crap look so pretty.
Rurouni Kenshin: Trust & Betrayal (OAV) Here we have one of the most tragic moments of the Rurouni Kenshin manga, made even more tragic by stripping it of any major reference to the source material and boiling away the thick layer of "shounen" that permeated the original, until all that's left is the simple story of two lonely people in war-torn Japan finding true love in one another despite secretly working for opposite sides. One of anime's biggest tear-jerkers, and without a doubt one of the best OVAs I have ever seen.
S-CRY-ed (TV)
Sailor Moon R: The Movie
Sailor Moon S: The Movie
Sailor Moon SuperS: The Movie
School Days (TV)
Scrapped Princess (TV)
Second Renaissance (OAV)
Serial Experiments Lain (TV)
Shakugan no Shana (TV) So here we have the same generic pseudo-harem romance anime we've seen a thousand times before, where the milquetoast hero and tsundere female lead exchange contrived "will they?/won't they?" moments amidst a sea of other prospective female love interests, all the while battling an assortment of tired, cliché villains with the usual half-baked motives of psychotic megalomania. Except here it's really good. Hard to pin down, but somehow Shana takes as many dulled and irritating anime stereotypes as possible, and actually manages to work them into a pretty fun and compelling story. Nothing award-winning, but solid, jolly-good entertainment all the same.
Shakugan no Shana-tan (OAV)
She and Her Cat (OAV)
Silent Möbius (TV)
Silent Möbius: The Motion Picture
Silent Möbius: The Motion Picture 2
Slayers - The Motion Picture
(The) SoulTaker (TV) A fairly stock-standard henshin superhero series, albeit dressed up for Halloween, doused in thick, solid colors, shot using extremely close and awkward camera angles, and sporting a script seemingly meant to be as vague and abstract as possible. Where is all of this going? Nowhere, really, except to the far greater success of supporting character Komugi Nakahara in a truckload of comedy spinoffs. Slick, stylish, and fun with some really unique action sequences, but not a whole helluva lot else.
Space Pirate Captain Herlock The Endless Odyssey (OAV)
Speed Racer (TV)
Spiral (TV) What started out as a fun detective show akin to a bishounen'd out Detective Conan ultimately turned into a pretty pathetic exercise in completely forgetting where the story was going. Rather than reach some conclusion about this "Blade Children" crap that the writers so insistently shove in the viewers' faces every five minutes, the producers apparently decided that depicting as much inane and repetitive pretty boy angst as possible in the last fifteen or so episodes of the series was of far greater importance. At least resident females Rio and Hiyono were adorable to watch.
Spirited Away (movie)
Spriggan (movie)
Stellvia (TV)
Stratos 4 (TV)
Stratos 4 (OAV)
Strawberry Eggs (TV)
(The) Super Dimension Fortress Macross (TV)
(The) Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Do You Remember Love? (movie)
(The) Super Milk-chan Show (TV) The show that's so utterly Japanese you're guaranteed not to get it. A delusional baby, a nagging robot, and a drunken slug spout off obscure pop culture references and cultural faux-pas left and right for no really solid rhyme or reason, all done to decidedly minimalist animation techniques. It's Aqua Teen Hunger Force for the Land of the Rising Sun. And like Aqua Teen, the more you know about its native country's pop culture and standards of etiquette, the funnier it becomes. Otherwise, it's more of a mindnumbing piece of crap with a shaky grasp at absurdist humor.
Tenchi in Tokyo (TV)
Tenchi Muyo! (OAV 1/1992)
Tenchi Muyo! GXP (TV)
Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki (OAV 2/1994)
Tenchi Muyo! The Night Before The Carnival (OAV)
Tenchi the Movie - Tenchi Muyo in Love
Tenchi Universe (TV) Here's the plan: take the first arc of the Tenchi Muyo! OVA and increase its length nearly five-fold, strip away much of the OVA's heavy dialogue, give main baddie Kagato a facelift and turn him into a power-hungry usurper, add a highly beloved new member to the Tenchi cast, wing it with a splash of filler, and see what comes up. The result will be a Tenchi incarnation that will please fans of the original's frantic comedy and fun story, yet irk fans of its dry, endless babble about goddesses and royal bloodlines and whatnot. The better Tenchi to come to for quick laughs, though a bit more vapid in actual story content.
Tokyo Babylon (OAV)
Tokyo Babylon 2 (OAV)
Transformers (U.S. TV)
Trigun (TV)
Trinity Blood (TV)
(The) Twelve Kingdoms (TV) I've moved this one to "Seen All" even though I haven't yet watched the last six-episode story arc. From what I hear it's rushed & unnecessary, and the Thousand Miles of Wind, Sky of Dawn story arc has such a strong and conclusive ending in itself that it might as well be the series' ending proper. If I ever get ahold of the last arc I'll watch it, but for now I'd like to believe that the series ended on a genuinely excellent note such as episode thirty-nine.
Uta∽Kata (TV) Now this is a gem. It's hard enough to find a magical girl anime that even tries to expand on its characters, much less takes it to the kind of lengths Uta~Kata does. Psychological magical girl, you ask? Why yes, indeed it is. And a damn rewarding one, too, chock full of coming of age goodness. Just a damn shame that people who only look at the surface are so quick to write it off as some cheap loli fanservice vehicle, when it really has so much more to offer.
Uta∽Kata (OAV)
Vampire Princess Miyu (OAV)
Venus Wars (movie)
Voices of a Distant Star (OAV)
Voltron (TV)
When They Cry - Higurashi (TV)
Whisper of the Heart (movie)
Wish (special)
Witch Hunter Robin (TV)
Wolf's Rain (TV) I'm placing this series in the "Seen All" category even though I have not seen the four recap episodes. The reason being that recap episodes typically do not add any real substance to the story, and it could be enjoyed & comprehended just as easily without them. So, short of a couple extra frames of animation, I actually have "seen all."
World Record (OAV)
Wrath of the Ninja - The Yotoden Movie
X (movie)
X (TV) Given that the manga has yet to (and likely never will) end, and the movie featured a rushed ending after ninety-someodd minutes of bloody, bloody fluff, this is already the best incarnation of X ever conceived for simply finishing and maintaining a coherent story. Of course, the fact that said coherent story is top notch and manages to streamline much of what was left feeling rather disjointed in the manga is a welcome bonus, as is the slick animation and absolutely awe-inspiring musical score. If you had to pick one incarnation of X to drop money for, this'd be the one, hands down.
X - X2 double X (OAV) You remember how the X movie was basically one long series of really gory vignettes based loosely on whatever volumes of the X manga had been released up until that point? Well that's basically kinda sorta pretty much exactly what this is, only it's ninety-four minutes shorter and decidedly more accurate to its source material. You sit there, bob your head to the catchy screamy Japanese punk rockers, go "ah, I remember that part!" to yourself a few times, ogle the pretty colors, and then it's over. Not really a whole lot else to it.
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You're Under Arrest: The Motion Picture

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