I wish I had more time, I'll never finish to see/read all the anime and manga I would like to... ^^'
These lists are largely incomplete, but as soon as possible I'll make them up to date like my anime lists.

Want to see Rating
009-1 (TV)
12-Sai: Chiccha na Mune no Tokimeki (TV)
80 Days Around the World With Willy Fog (TV)
Accel World (TV)
Ace of Diamond (OAV)
Adesugata Mahou no Sannin Musume (OAV)
Adieu Galaxy Express 999 (movie)
Adrift in the Pacific (special)
Aeon Flux (live-action movie)
Afro Samurai (TV)
After the Rain (TV)
Ah! My Goddess: The Movie
Aharen-san wa Hakarenai (TV)
Air (movie)
Air In Summer (special)
Akebi's Sailor Uniform (TV)
Alakazam the Great (movie)
Always: Sunset on Third Street (live-action movie)
Always: Sunset on Third Street 2 (live-action movie)
Amanchu! (TV)
Amnesia (TV)
(The) Ancient Magus' Bride (TV)
Angel's Egg (movie)
Animal Treasure Island (movie)
anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day (TV)
Another (TV)
(The) Anthem of the Heart (movie)
Ao no Orchestra (TV)
Aoashi (TV)
Aoi Bungaku Series (TV)
Apfel Land Story (OAV)
(The) aquatope on white sand (TV)
Arakawa Under the Bridge (TV)
Arakawa under the Bridge × Bridge (TV)
Arata The Legend (TV)
Arcadia of My Youth: Endless Orbit SSX (TV)
Arpeggio of Blue Steel - Ars Nova (TV)
Ashita no Joe 2 (TV)
Ashita no Joe 2 (movie)
Astro Boy (TV 2/1980)
Astro Boy (TV 1/1963)
Astro Boy: Hero of Space (movie)
Astro Boy: Shinsen-gumi (movie)
Asura (movie)
Aura: Koga Maryuin's Last War (movie)
Ayakashi - Samurai Horror Tales (TV)
Baby Blue (movie)
Baccano! (TV)
Back Arrow (TV)
Back Street Girls: Gokudols (TV)
Baggy (movie)
Baka and Test - Summon the Beasts (TV)
Bakemonogatari (TV)
Bakuman. (live-action movie)
Bakumatsu Gijinden Roman (TV)
Bamboo Blade (TV)
Banner of the Stars (TV)
Banner of the Stars II (TV)
Banner of the Stars III (OAV)
Barefoot Gen (movie)
Barefoot Gen 2 (movie)
Bartender (TV)
Batman Ninja (movie)
Bayonetta: Bloody Fate (movie)
Before Green Gables (TV)
BELLE (movie)
Berserk (TV 2016)
Berserk: The Golden Age Arc II - The Battle for Doldrey (movie)
Berserk: The Golden Age Arc III - The Advent (movie)
Beyond the Boundary (TV)
Big Windup! (TV)
Black Jack (ONA)
Black Jack 21 (TV)
Black Jack Special: The 4 Miracles of Life
Black Jack The Movie
Black Jack: Capital Transfer To Heian (movie)
Black Jack: The Two Doctors Of Darkness (movie)
Black Lagoon (TV)
Black Lagoon: The Second Barrage (TV)
Black Summoner (TV)
Blade of the Immortal (TV)
Blast of Tempest (TV)
Bleach the Movie: Fade to Black (movie 3)
Bleach the Movie: Memories of Nobody
Bleach: Memories in the Rain (OAV)
Bleach: The DiamondDust Rebellion (movie)
Bleach: The Sealed Sword Frenzy (OAV)
Blue Exorcist (TV)
Blue Exorcist (movie)
Blue Lock (TV)
Blue Period (TV)
Blue Spring Ride (TV)
Boarding School Juliet (TV)
Bodacious Space Pirates (TV)
Bokura ga Ita (TV)
(The) Book of Bantorra (TV)
Boys Be... (TV)
Boys Over Flowers (TV)
Brave10 (TV)
Brothers Conflict (TV)
Bubble (movie)
Buddha 2: Tezuka Osamu no Buddha - Owarinaki Tabi (movie)
Buddha: The Great Departure (movie)
Bungo Stray Dogs: Dead Apple (movie)
Bunny Drop (TV)
Bunny Drop (live-action movie)
C – Control – The Money and Soul of Possibility (TV)
Candy Candy Movie
Captain Earth (TV)
Captain Harlock and the Queen of a Thousand Years (U.S. TV)
Captain Harlock: Mystery of the Arcadia (movie)
(The) Case Study of Vanitas (TV)
(The) Case Study of Vanitas (TV 2)
Cat Soup (OAV)
Cat's Eye (TV)
Actually, I saw a couple of Italian dubbed episodes lots of years ago, but I want to see it in Japanese!
Cencoroll (movie)
A Certain Scientific Railgun (TV)
Chagama Ondo (movie)
Chi's Sweet Home (TV)
Chihayafuru (TV)
Chihayafuru 2 (TV)
Chikara to Onna no Yononaka (movie)
Chiko, Heiress of the Phantom Thief (TV)
Children of the Sea (movie)
Children of the Whales (TV)
Children Who Chase Lost Voices (movie)
Chrome Shelled Regios (TV)
City Hunter (TV)
Same as for Cat's Eye...
City Hunter '91 (TV)
City Hunter 2 (TV)
City Hunter 3 (TV)
City Hunter: Bay City Wars (movie)
City Hunter: Death of the Vicious Criminal Ryo Saeba (special)
City Hunter: Secret Service (special)
City Hunter: The Motion Picture (special)
Clannad (TV)
Clannad After Story (TV)
ClassicaLoid (TV)
Clockwork Fighters Hiwou's War (TV)
Code Geass: Akito the Exiled (OAV)
Code Geass: Nunnally in Wonderland (OAV)
Colorful (movie)
Combustible (movie)
Comedy (OAV)
Concrete Revolutio (TV)
Connected (OAV)
Creamy Mami: Long Good-Bye (OAV)
Crest of the Stars (TV)
Croisée in a Foreign Labyrinth - The Animation (TV)
CROSS ANGE Rondo of Angel and Dragon (TV)
Cross Game (TV)
Crows Zero (live-action movie)
Crying Freeman (OAV)
I loved the manga! (the live action movie was ok, too ^^ ).
Cyborg 009 (TV 2/1979)
Cyborg 009 The Cyborg Soldier (TV)
Daddy Long-Legs (special)
Dagashi Kashi (TV)
Daily Lives of High School Boys (TV)
Dallos (OAV)
Dance Dance Danseur (TV)
Dareka no Manazashi (movie)
Darker than Black: Gemini of the Meteor (TV)
(The) Day I Bought a Star (movie)
(The) Day the Earth Moved (movie)
Dead Leaves (OAV)
Deadman Wonderland (TV)
Deaimon: Recipe for Happiness (TV)
Death Billiards (movie)
Death Note Light up the NEW world (live-action movie)
Death Note Relight - Visions of a God (special)
Death Note Relight 2 - L's Successors (special)
Death Parade (TV)
Deathtic 4 (movie)
Deca-Dence (TV)
(The) Deer King (movie)
Demon Lord Dante (TV)
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba - The Movie: Mugen Train
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Entertainment District Arc (TV)
Detroit Metal City (live-action movie)
Detroit Metal City (OAV)
Devil Survivor 2 The Animation (TV)
Dimension Bomb (movie)
(The) Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya (movie)
Divine Gate (TV)
Dog & Scissors (TV)
Dog Days (TV)
Dogs: Bullets & Carnage (OAV)
Dokkoida?! (TV)
Dolphin Prince (TV)
(The) Door into Summer (movie)
Doorbell (movie)
Doukyusei -Classmates- (movie)
Dr. Stone (TV)
Dragon Ball GT: A Hero's Legacy (special)
Dragon Ball Z: Plan to Destroy the Saiyajin (OAV)
Dream Eater Merry (TV)
Drifting Home (movie)
Durarara!! (TV)
Earl and Fairy (TV)
(The) Eccentric Family (TV)
(The) Eccentric Family 2 (TV)
ef: a tale of melodies (TV)
ef: a tale of memories (TV)
Elfen Lied (TV)
Elfen Lied (OAV)
Emma: A Victorian Romance (TV)
Engage Kiss (TV)
Ergo Proxy (TV)
Eternal Family (TV)
Eureka Seven - good night, sleep tight, young lovers (movie)
Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution (movie series)
Evangelion: 3.0+1.0: Thrice Upon A Time (movie)
(The) Executioner and Her Way of Life (TV)
Expelled from Paradise (movie)
Eyeshield 21 (TV)
Fables of the Green Forest (TV)
Fantastic Children (TV)
First Squad - The Moment Of Truth (OAV)
(The) Five Star Stories (movie)
Flavors of Youth (movie)
FLCL Alternative (TV)
FLCL Progressive (TV)
Flip Flappers (TV)
Flowers of Evil (TV)
Flying Witch (TV)
Folktales from Japan (TV)
Fortune Favors Lady Nikuko (movie)
Fractale (TV)
Franz Kafka's A Country Doctor (movie)
Free! - Iwatobi Swim Club (TV)
Friends: Mononoke Shima no Naki (movie)
From the New World (TV)
From Up On Poppy Hill (movie)
Fujilog (TV)
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (OAV)
Fusé: Memoirs of a Huntress (movie)
Futakoi (TV)
(The) Future Diary (TV)
Gala (movie)
Galaxy Express 999 (TV)
Galaxy Express 999 (movie)
Galaxy Express 999: Eternal Fantasy (movie)
(The) Galaxy Railways: A Letter from the Abandoned Planet (OAV)
Gangsta. (TV)
Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo (TV)
(The) Garden of Sinners (movie series)
(The) Garden of Words (movie)
Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet (TV)
Gatchaman (TV) Very good
Gatchaman (OAV)
Gatchaman (cancelled CG movie)
Gatchaman 2000 (TV Promo)
Gatchaman Fighter (TV)
Gatchaman II (TV)
Gekijō-ban Last Exile: Ginyoku no Fam Over the wishes (movie)
Gekijōban Karakai Jōzu no Takagi-san (movie)
Genius Party (movie)
Genji Monogatari Sennenki (TV)
Genshiken (TV)
Genshiken 2 (TV)
Ghost Hound (TV)
Ghost Hunt (TV)
Ghost in the Shell: Arise (OAV)
Ghost in the Shell: Arise Alternative Architecture (TV)
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex - Individual Eleven (OAV)
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex - The Laughing Man (OAV)
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex: Solid State Society (movie)
Ghost in the Shell: The New Movie
Ghost Slayers Ayashi (TV)
Giant Killing (TV)
Giant Robo (OAV)
Ginga Tetsudo Monogatari: Eien e no Bunkiten (TV)
Gingitsune (TV)
Gintama (OAV)
Gintama' (TV 2/2011)
Gintama' (TV 3/2012)
Giovanni's Island (movie)
(The) Girl Who Leapt Through Space (TV)
Girls und Panzer (TV)
Girls' Last Tour (TV)
Glass Mask (TV 2/2005)
Glass no Kamen (OAV)
Glass no Kamen Desu ga (TV)
Goku Sayonara Zetsubō Sensei (OAV)
Gokusen (live-action TV 3)
Gokusen (live-action special)
Gokusen (live-action movie)
Gokusen Special: Sayonara 3-nen D-gumi (live-action special)
Gon (TV)
Goodbye, Don Glees! (movie)
Gosick (TV)
Gugure! Kokkuri-san (TV)
Guilty Crown (TV)
Gun Frontier (TV)
Gunbuster (OAV)
Gunbuster 2: Diebuster (OAV)
Gundam Evolve (OAV)
Gundam Reconguista in G (TV)
Gundam: Mission to the Rise (special)
Gurren Lagann the Movie – The Lights in the Sky Are Stars
Gurren Lagann the Movie –Childhood's End-
GYO: Tokyo Fish Attack (OAV)
H2 (TV)
Haibane Renmei (TV)
Haikara-San: Here Comes Miss Modern Part 1 (movie)
Haikara-San: Here Comes Miss Modern Part 2 (movie)
Haikyu!! (TV)
Hakaba Kitarō (TV)
Hakkenden: Eight Dogs of the East (TV)
Hakugei: Legend of the Moby Dick (TV)
Hakuoki: Demon of the Fleeting Blossom (TV)
Hal (movie)
Hana no Utame Gothicmade (movie)
Hana Yori Dango (movie)
Hanada Shōnen-shi (TV)
Hanamaru Kindergarten (TV)
Hanasakeru Seishōnen (TV)
Hanasaku Iroha - Blossoms for Tomorrow (TV)
Hanasaku Iroha: Home Sweet Home (movie)
Happy Machine (movie)
Harlock Saga (OAV)
Harlock: Space Pirate (movie)
Harmonie (movie)
Haruka Nogizaka's Secret (TV)
Hashire Melos! (movie)
Hatsukoi Limited (TV)
Haven't You Heard? I'm Sakamoto (TV)
Hayate the Combat Butler (TV)
(The) Heike Story (TV)
Hello World (movie)
Hells (movie)
Hennako-chan (ONA)
Heroman (TV)
Hetalia - Axis Powers (TV)
Hiatari Ryoko (TV)
Hiatari Ryoko! Yume no Naka ni Kimi ga Ita (movie)
Hidamari no Ki (TV)
Hinomaru Sumo (TV)
Hipira: The Little Vampire (TV)
Hōkago no Pleiades (ONA)
Honoo no Alpen Rose: Judy & Randy (TV)
Horimiya (TV)
Hotarubi no Mori e (movie)
House Hunting (movie)
(The) House of the Lost on the Cape (movie)
Human Lost (movie)
Humanity Has Declined (TV)
Humanoid Monster Bem (TV 2)
Hunter × Hunter -The Last Mission- (movie)
Hunter × Hunter: Phantom Rouge (movie)
Hyouge Mono (TV)
(The) [email protected] (TV)
Igano Kabamaru (TV)
In Another World With My Smartphone (TV)
In The Beginning - The Bible Stories (TV)
In This Corner of the World (movie)
INTERSTELLA 5555: The 5tory of the 5ecret 5tar 5ystem (movie)
INU-OH (movie)
InuYasha the Movie 3: Swords of an Honorable Ruler
InuYasha the Movie 4: Fire on the Mystic Island
InuYasha the Movie: Affections Touching Across Time
InuYasha: Kuroi Tessaiga (special)
InuYasha: The Final Act (TV)
InuYasha: The Tragic Love Song of Destiny (special)
Ippatsu Hicchū!! Devander (OAV)
Iron Man (TV)
Is This a Zombie? (TV)
Isekai Yakkyoku (TV)
ItaKiss (TV)
Jigoku Shoujo (live-action TV drama)
Jin-Roh - The Wolf Brigade (movie)
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure (TV)
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders (TV)
Joker Game (TV)
Jormungand (TV)
Josee, The Tiger and the Fish (movie)
Jūgo Shōnen Hyōryūki Kaizokujima DE! Daibōken (movie)
Jungle Emperor Leo (movie 1966)
I saw this movie in Italian, but I'm searching it in Japanese...
Jungle Emperor Leo (special)
Jungle Emperor Leo: Hon-o-ji (movie)
Junjō Romantica (TV)
Jyu-Oh-Sei (TV)
K-ON! (TV)
Kaguya-sama: Love is War (TV)
Kaguya-sama: Love is War -Ultra Romantic- (TV)
Kaguya-sama: Love is War Season 2 (TV)
Kaiji (TV)
Kaiji: Against All Rules (TV)
Kakurenbo - Hide & Seek (movie)
Kakuriyo -Bed & Breakfast for Spirits- (TV)
Kamisama Dolls (TV)
Kamisama Kiss (TV)
Kannagi: Crazy Shrine Maidens (TV)
Karl to Fushigi na Tō (TV)
Karneval (TV)
Katanagatari (TV)
Katteni Kaizō (OAV)
Kawa no Hikari (special)
Kaze no Stigma (TV)
Kaze to Ki no Uta SANCTUS -Sei naru kana- (OAV)
Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken! (TV)
Kekkaishi (TV)
Kemono Friends (TV)
Kick-Heart (movie)
Kids on the Slope (TV)
Kill Bill Chapter 3: The Origin of O-Ren (movie segment)
Kimagure Robot (TV)
Kimi ni Todoke - From Me to You (TV)
Kimi ni Todoke 2nd Season (TV)
Kimi no Iru Machi (OAV)
Kingdom (TV)
Kingdom (TV 2)
Kino no Tabi: The Beautiful World (movie)
Kino's Journey (TV)
Kino's Journey - the Beautiful World- (TV)
Kino's Travels: Life Goes On (movie)
Kishin Taisen Gigantic Formula (TV)
Kiznaiver (TV)
Kizumonogatari Part 1: Tekketsu (movie)
Kobato. (TV)
Kodocha (TV)
Kōkyū no Karasu (TV)
Komi Can't Communicate (TV)
Komi Can't Communicate (TV 2)
Konchu Monogatari Minashigo Hutch (TV 3)
The first series was one of my fav anime of my childhood...
Konchū Monogatari Mitsubachi Hutch - Yūki no Melody (movie)
Konchu Monogatari Shin Minashigo Hutch (TV)
The first series was one of my fav anime of my childhood...
Konohana Kitan (TV)
Kotetsushin Jeeg (TV)
Kumo to Tulip (movie)
Kurau: Phantom Memory (TV)
Kurenai (TV)
Kuroko's Basketball (TV)
Kuroko's Basketball (TV 2)
Kuromajyo-san ga Tōru!! (TV)
Kuromukuro (TV)
Kuruneko (TV)
Kyoshin to Hyōka no Shiro (TV)
Kyousogiga (ONA)
Land of the Lustrous (TV)
Last Exile: Fam, The Silver Wing (TV)
(The) Laughing Target (OAV)
Legend of the Condor Hero (TV)
I'm going to see this right after the 2003 Chinese drama. Actually, this anime is composed by two series...
Legend of the Forest (movie)
Legend of the Galactic Heroes: A Hundred Billion Stars, A Hundred Billion Lights (OAV)
Legend of the Galactic Heroes: Overture to a New War (movie)
Legend of the Galactic Heroes: Spiral Labyrinth (OAV)
Legend of the Millennium Dragon (movie)
(The) Legendary Hero is Dead! (TV)
Letter Bee: Light and Blue Night Fantasy (special)
A Letter to Momo (movie)
Level E (TV)
Life Lessons with Uramichi-Oniisan (TV)
(The) Life of a Poet (movie)
(The) Life of Budori Gusuko (movie 2012)
(The) Life of Guskou Budori (movie 1994)
Like the Clouds, Like the Wind (movie)
Limit Cycle (movie)
(The) Little Prince and the Eight-Headed Dragon (movie)
Little Witch Academia (movie)
Little Witch Academia (TV)
Little Women II Jo's Boys (TV)
Living for the Day After Tomorrow (TV)
(The) Lost Village (TV)
Love After World Domination (TV)
Lucifer and the Biscuit Hammer (TV)
A Lull in the Sea (TV)
Lupin III: Part III (TV)
Lupin III: Part IV (TV 2015)
Lupin III: The Castle of Cagliostro (movie)
Lupin III: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine (TV)
Lupin III: Tōhō Kenbunroku ~Another Page~ (special)
Lupin the 3rd: Blood Seal of the Eternal Mermaid (special)
Lupin the 3rd: Green vs Red (OAV)
Lupin the Third: Jigen's Gravestone (movie)
Lupin the Third: Part 5 (TV)
Macross Frontier (TV)
Macross Plus (OAV)
Made in Abyss: Dawn of the Deep Soul (movie)
Made in Abyss: The Golden City of the Scorching Sun (TV 2)
Maetel Legend (OAV)
Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic (TV)
Magic Tree House (movie)
Magical Suite Prism Nana (OAV)
Mahō no Tenshi Creamy Mami: Eien no Once More (OAV)
Mahōtsukai Sally (TV 2/1989)
Mai Mai Miracle (movie)
Maid Sama! (TV)
Maison Ikkoku - Apartment Fantasy (live-action movie)
Maison Ikkoku: Prelude, When the Cherry Blossoms in the Springtime Return (special)
Maison Ikkoku: Shipwrecked on Ikkoku Island (OAV)
Majestic Prince (TV)
Major 2nd (TV)
Major: Yūjō no Winning Shot (movie)
Male (movie)
Mama wa Shougaku Yonensei (TV)
(Le) Manchot melomane (cancelled movie)
Manga Nihon Mukashi Banashi (TV '75)
Maple Town Monogatari (movie)
Maquia - When the Promised Flower Blooms (movie)
March comes in like a lion (TV)
March comes in like a lion (TV 2)
Marco - Carry a Dream (movie)
Marco - From the Apennines to the Andes (TV)
Mardock Scramble: The First Compression (movie)
Marine Boy (TV)
Mars (live-action TV 2004)
Mars (OAV)
Marulk's Everyday (movies)
Master of Mosquiton '99 (TV)
Mei and the Baby Cat Bus (movie)
(The) Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya (TV)
Memories (movie)
Memory (movie)
Mermaid (movie)
Mermaid Forest (OAV)
Mermaid's Scar (OAV)
Mewtwo ~Kakusei e no Prologue~ (special)
Minami-ke (TV)
Minami-ke: Okaeri (TV)
Minami-ke: Okawari (TV)
Minori Scramble! (OAV)
Mirai (movie)
Mirai Shōnen Conan Tokubetsu-hen - Kyodaiki Gigant no Fukkatsu (movie)
Miss Hokusai (movie)
Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid (TV)
Mitsudomoe (TV)
Miyuki (TV)
Mobile Fighter G Gundam (TV)
Mobile Suit Gundam (TV)
Mobile Suit Gundam - The Movie Trilogy
Mobile Suit Gundam 0080: War in the Pocket (OAV)
Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory (OAV)
Mobile Suit Gundam AGE (TV)
Mobile Suit Gundam F91 (movie)
Mobile Suit Gundam Hathaway (movie)
Mobile Suit Gundam Seed (movie)
Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Destiny Special Edition (OAV)
Mobile Suit Gundam Thunderbolt (ONA)
Mobile Suit Gundam UC (OAV)
Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn RE:0096 (TV)
Mobile Suit Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz Special Edition (movie)
Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack (movie)
Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans (TV)
Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans (TV 2)
Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team (OAV)
Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin (OAV)
Mobile Suit Gundam: The Witch From Mercury (TV)
Mobile Suit Victory Gundam (TV)
Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam (TV)
Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam: A New Translation (movies)
Momotaro's Sea Eagle (movie)
Momotaro, Sacred Sailors (movie)
Mon Mon the Water Spider (movie)
Monarch: The Big Bear of Tallac (TV)
Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun (TV)
Moondrive (movie)
Moriarty the Patriot (TV)
Mōryō no Hako (TV)
Moshidora (TV)
Moyashimon (TV)
Moyashimon Returns (TV)
Mr. Osomatsu (TV)
Mt. Head (movie)
Mudazumo Naki Kaikaku (OAV)
MURAMASA (movie)
Musashi (TV)
Musashi: The Dream of the Last Samurai (movie)
Mushishi (live-action movie)
Mushishi Tokubetsu-hen: Hihamukage (special)
Mushishi: The Next Chapter (TV)
Mushishi: Zoku-Shō: Suzu no Shizuku (movie)
My Bride is a Mermaid (TV)
My Dress-Up Darling (TV)
My Hero Academia (TV 5)
My Hero Academia the Movie -Heroes: Rising-
My Little Monster (TV)
My Senpai Is Annoying (TV)
(The) Mysterious Cities of Gold (TV)
(The) Mystic Archives of Dantalian (TV)
(The) Mystical Laws (movie)
Nabari no Ou (TV)
Nadia - The Secret of Blue Water (TV)
Nadia - The Secret of Blue Water: The Motion Picture
NANA (live-action movie)
NANA 2 (live-action movie)
Nana Toshi Monogatari (OAV)
Nansensu Monogatari - Daiichi-hen - Sarugashima (movie)
Nansensu Monogatari - Daini-hen - Kaizokusen (movie)
Naruto Shippūden (movie)
Naruto Shippūden the Movie: Bonds
Naruto Shippūden: Blood Prison (movie)
Naruto Shippūden: The Lost Tower (movie)
Naruto Shippūden: The Will of Fire (movie)
Nasu: A Migratory Bird with Suitcase (OAV)
Natsu no Arashi! (TV)
Natsume Yūjin-Chō Go (TV 5)
Natsume Yūjin-Chō Roku (TV 6)
Natsume's Book of Friends (TV)
Natsume's Book of Friends (TV 2)
Natsume's Book of Friends (TV 3)
Natsume's Book of Friends (TV 4)
Natsuyuki Rendezvous (TV)
Negima!? (TV)
Nekomonogatari (Black) (TV)
Neon Genesis Evangelion: Death & Rebirth (movie)
Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion (movie)
(The) New Adventures of Kimba The White Lion (TV 1989)
New Moomin (TV)
Nichijou - My Ordinary Life (TV)
Night of Taneyamagahara (movie)
Night on the Galactic Railroad (movie)
Night Raid 1931 (TV)
Nighthead Genesis (TV)
Ninja Scroll (movie)
Ninja Scroll 2 (movie)
Nisemonogatari (TV)
No Guns Life (TV)
No. 6 (TV)
Nodame Cantabile (TV)
Nodame Cantabile in Europe (live-action special)
Nodame Cantabile: Finale (TV)
Nodame Cantabile: Paris (TV)
Noragami (TV)
Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan: Demon Capital (TV)
Nyan Koi! (TV)
Nyanpire - The Vampire Cat (TV)
Ō-sama no Shippo (movie)
Oblivion Island: Haruka and the Magic Mirror (movie)
Odd Taxi: In the Woods (movie)
Odin - Starlight Mutiny (movie)
Oh! Edo Rocket (TV)
Oishinbo (TV)
On Your Mark (movie)
One Piece 3D2Y: Overcoming Ace's Death! Luffy's Pledge to His Friends (special)
One Piece 3D: Mugiwara Chase (movie 11)
One Piece Episode of East Blue: Luffy to 4-nin no Nakama no Daibōken (special)
One Piece Episode of Merry: Mō Hitori no Nakama no Monogatari (special)
One Piece Episode of Sabo (special)
One Piece Film Red (movie 15)
One Piece Special – Adventure of Nebulandia
One Piece Stampede (movie 14)
One Piece: Baron Omatsuri and the Secret Island (movie 6)
One Piece: Dead End (movie 4)
One Piece: Defeat The Pirate Ganzak! (special)
One Piece: Dream Soccer King! (movie)
One Piece: Episode of Skypiea (special)
One Piece: Open Upon the Great Sea! A Father's Huge, HUGE Dream! (special)
One Piece: Protect! The Last Great Stage (special)
One Piece: Strong World Episode 0 (OAV)
One Pound Gospel (OAV)
One Punch Man (OAV)
One Punch Man: Road to Hero (OAV)
One Week Friends (TV)
Onipan! (TV)
Onmyoji (live-action movie)
Onmyoji II (live-action movie)
Orange (live-action movie)
Orange (TV)
(The) Orbital Children (movies)
Oreimo (TV)
Osomatsu-kun (TV)
Osomatsu-kun (TV 2)
Otona Joshi no Anime Time (TV)
Outlaw Star (TV)
Over The Sky (movie)
Overlord (TV)
Overlord II (TV)
Overlord III (TV)
Overlord IV (TV)
Overman King Gainer (TV)
Owarimonogatari (TV)
Paradise Kiss (TV)
Parasyte (live-action movie)
Parasyte -the maxim- (TV)
Passage of the Stars - Birth (special)
Patema Inverted (movie)
Peacemaker Kurogane: Belief (movie)
Peacemaker Kurogane: Friend (movie)
Pénélope tête en l'air (TV)
Penguindrum (TV)
(The) Perfect Insider (TV)
Persona -trinity soul- (TV)
Persona 3 the Movie #1 Spring of Birth
Persona 4: The Animation (TV)
Phantasy Star Online 2: The Animation (TV)
Phi-Brain - Puzzle of God (TV)
(The) Phoenix -Space- (OAV)
(The) Phoenix: Chapter of Dawn (movie)
(The) Phoenix: Chapter of Ho-o (movie)
(The) Phoenix: Chapter of Yamato (OAV)
(The) Piano Forest (movie)
Pikachu no Natsumatsuri (special)
Pikachu no Obake Carnival (special)
(The) Pilot's Love Song (TV)
A Place Further Than the Universe (TV)
Platinum End (TV)
Pokémon Journeys: The Series (TV 2019)
Pokémon the Movie: Black - Victini and Reshiram (movie 14)
Pokémon the Movie: Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction (movie 17)
Pokémon the Movie: Genesect and the Legend Awakened (movie 16)
Pokémon the Movie: Hoopa and the Clash of Ages (movie 18)
Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You! (movie 20)
Pokémon the Movie: Kyurem VS. The Sword of Justice (movie 15)
Pokémon the Movie: Secrets of the Jungle (movie 23)
Pokémon the Movie: The Power of Us (movie 21)
Pokémon the Movie: White - Victini and Zekrom (movie 14)
Pokémon Zoroark: Master of Illusions (movie 13)
Pokémon: Arceus and the Jewel of Life (movie 12)
Pokémon: Gotta Dance (movie)
Pokémon: Mewtwo Returns (special)
Pompo: The Cinéphile (movie)
Portable Kuukou (movie)
(Le) Portrait de Petite Cossette (OAV)
Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal (movie)
Prigorota: Uchū no Yūjō Daibōken (movie)
(The) Princess and the Pilot (movie)
Princess Jellyfish (TV)
Problem children are coming from another world, aren't they? (TV)
Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva (movie)
Psychic Detective Yakumo (TV)
Puella Magi Madoka Magica the Movie Part 1: Beginnings
Puella Magi Madoka Magica the Movie Part 2: Eternal
Puella Magi Madoka Magica The Movie Part 3: Rebellion
Puss 'n Boots (movie)
Qualidea Code (TV)
Queen Emeraldas (OAV)
Queen Millennia (TV)
Queen Millennia Movie
Ragna Crimson (TV)
Rainbow - Nisha Rokubō no Shichinin (TV)
Rainbow Fireflies (movie)
Rainbow Sentai Robin (TV)
Ranma ½ OAV
Rayearth (OAV)
Real Drive (TV)
Real Girl (TV)
Recovery of an MMO Junkie (TV)
Red Data Girl (TV)
Red Garden (TV)
Reincarnated as a Sword (TV)
Resident Evil: Degeneration (movie)
revisions (TV)
RG Veda (OAV)
Rideback (TV)
Rita et Machin (TV)
Robot Carnival (OAV)
Robotics;Notes (TV)
Rock Musical Bleach (musical special)
(The) Rolling Girls (TV)
Romance of Three Kingdoms (TV 2009)
(La) Rose de Versailles (cancelled movie)
(The) Rose of Versailles: I'll Love You As Long As I Live (movie)
Royal Space Force - The Wings of Honnêamise (movie)
Rumbling Hearts (TV)
Run with the Wind (TV)
Rurouni Kenshin Part II: Kyoto Inferno (live-action movie)
Rurouni Kenshin Part III: The Legend Ends (live-action movie)
Rurouni Kenshin: New Kyoto Arc (OAV)
Rurouni Kenshin: Reflection (OAV)
Ryoko's Case File (TV)
Sabikui Bisco (TV)
(The) Sacred Blacksmith (TV)
Sacrificial Princess & the King of Beasts (TV)
Saga of Tanya the Evil (TV)
Saint Young Men (movie)
Saki Episode of Side A (TV)
Sakura: Haru no Gensō (movie)
Samurai Flamenco (TV)
Sanctuary (OAV)
Sands of Destruction (TV)
Sangokushi [1]: Eiyū-tachi no Yoake (movie)
Sangokushi [2] Chōkō Moyu! (movie)
Sangokushi [3] Harukanaru Taichi (movie)
Sasaki and Miyano (TV)
[email protected] (TV)
Saving our Fragile Earth: Unico Special Chapter (movie)
Say "I love you." (TV)
School Rumble (TV)
School Rumble: 2nd Semester (TV)
Schwarzes Marken (TV)
Scrapped Princess (TV)
Scum's Wish (TV)
Seishun Anime Zenshu (TV)
Sengoku Basara - Samurai Kings (TV)
Sennin Buraku (TV)
Senyū. (TV)
(The) Severing Crime Edge (TV)
Shadow Star Narutaru (TV)
Shanghai Dragon (movie)
Shangri-La (TV)
Shiki (TV)
Shikimori's Not Just a Cutie (TV)
Shin Don Chuck Monogatari (TV)
Shin Kyojin no Hoshi (TV)
Shin Kyojin no Hoshi II (TV)
Shin Ultraman (live-action movie)
Shirobako (TV)
Shōnen Miyamoto Musashi - Wanpaku Nitō-ryū (special)
Shoot! Goal to the Future (TV)
Shōwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjū (TV)
Showa Monogatari (movie)
A Silent Voice (movie)
Silver Spoon (TV)
Silver Spoon (TV 2)
Silver Spoon (live-action movie)
Sk8 the Infinity (TV)
Sket Dance (TV)
Skip Beat! (TV)
Slam Dunk: Hoero Basketman Tamashii! Hanamichi to Rukawa no Atsuki Natsu (movie)
Slam Dunk: Shōhoku Saidai no Kiki! Moero Sakuragi Hanamichi (movie)
Slam Dunk: Zenkoku Seiha da! Sakuragi Hanamichi (movie)
Snow White with the Red Hair (TV)
Sohryuden - Legend of the Dragon Kings (OAV)
Sora Iro no Tane (special)
Sora no Manimani (TV)
SOS! Tokyo Metro Explorers: The Next (movie)
Sōten Kōro (TV)
Soul Hunter (TV)
Sound of the Sky (TV)
Space Battleship Yamato Resurrection (movie)
Space Brothers (TV)
Space Dandy (TV)
Space Dandy Season 2 (TV)
Space Pirate Captain Herlock The Endless Odyssey (OAV)
Space Station No. 9 (movie)
Space Symphony Maetel ~Ginga Tetsudō 999 Gaiden~ (TV)
Speed Grapher (TV)
Spice and Wolf (TV)
Spice and Wolf II (TV)
Squid Girl (TV)
SSSS.Gridman (TV)
Star Blazers (TV)
Star Blazers 2199 (TV)
Star Blazers 2202 (movies)
Star Blazers: The Bolar Wars (TV)
Star Blazers: The Comet Empire (TV)
Star Driver the Movie
Stars Align (TV)
Steamboy 2 (cancelled movie)
Steins;Gate (TV)
Stitch! (TV)
(The) Story of Fifteen Boys (special)
Student Council's Discretion (TV)
Summer Days with Coo (movie)
Summer Time Rendering (TV)
Sunday Without God (TV)
(The) Super Dimension Fortress Macross (TV)
Super Kuma-san (special)
Suteneko Tora-chan (movie)
Suzume no Tojimari (movie)
Sweet Blue Flowers (TV)
Sweetness & Lightning (TV)
Sword Art Online (TV)
Sword of the Stranger (movie)
Sword Oratoria: Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? On the Side (TV)
Symphonic Poem: Jungle Emperor Leo (OAV)
Symphony in August (movie)
Tachikomatic Days (OAV)
Taiga Adventure (TV)
Taisho Baseball Girls (TV)
(The) Tale of the Princess Kaguya (movie)
Tales of the Abyss (TV)
Tales of the Street Corner (movie)
Tamako Market (TV)
Tamala 2010 (movie)
Tamayura - Hitotose (TV)
TANK S.W.A.T. 01 (OAV)
Tari Tari (TV)
(The) Tatami Galaxy (TV)
Teasing Master Takagi-san (TV)
Teasing Master Takagi-san (TV 2)
Teasing Master Takagi-san (TV 3)
Tegami Bachi: Letter Bee (TV)
Tegami Bachi: Reverse (TV)
Tekkonkinkreet (movie)
Tenchi Muyo! War on Geminar (OAV)
Tenguri, the Boy of the Plains (movie)
Tensei Kenja no Isekai Life (TV)
Tenshi Nanka ja Nai (OAV)
Tentai Senshi Sunred (TV)
Texhnolyze (TV)
Tezuka Osamu Story: I Am Son-Goku (movie)
Thermae Romae (TV)
They Were 11 (movie)
Those Snow White Notes (TV)
A Thousand & One Nights (movie)
Tiger & Bunny The Movie -The Rising-
Tiger & Bunny the Movie: The Beginning
Time Bokan: Royal Revival (OAV)
Time of Eve (ONA)
Time of Eve (movie)
A Time Slip of 10000 Years: Prime Rose (special)
To Your Eternity (TV)
Tohai Densetu Akagi -Yamini Maiorita Tensai- (TV)
Tojin Kit (movie)
Tokyo Babylon (OAV)
Tokyo Babylon 2 (OAV)
Tokyo ESP (TV)
Tokyo Magnitude 8.0 (TV)
Tomorrow's Joe (movie)
Tonari no 801-chan R (OAV)
Tono to Issho (TV)
Tono to Issho: Gantai no Yabō (TV)
Tora-chan to Hanayome (movie)
Tori no Uta (OAV)
Tōshō Daimos (movie)
Touch (TV)
Touch 2: Sayonara no Okurimono (movie)
Touch 3: Don't Pass Me By (movie)
Touch: Are kara, Kimi wa... - Miss Lonely Yesterday - (special)
Touch: Cross Road - Kaze no Yukue (special)
Touch: Sebangou no Nai Ace (movie)
Towanoquon (movie series)
Toward the Terra (movie)
(The) Tower of Druaga: The Aegis of Uruk (TV)
(The) Tower of Druaga: the Sword of Uruk (TV)
A Town Where You Live (TV)
A Tree of Palme (movie)
tsuritama (TV)
Turn A Gundam (TV)
Turn A Gundam: Earth Light (movie 1)
Turn A Gundam: Moon Butterfly (movie 2)
Uchū Senkan Yamato 2205: Aratanaru Tabidachi (movies)
Ultraviolet: Code 044 (TV)
Umi Monogatari (TV)
Umi no Triton (TV)
Umi no Triton (movie)
Umineko - When They Cry (TV)
Un-Go (TV)
Uncle From Another World (TV)
Under Sea Boy Marine (TV)
Unico in the Island of Magic (movie)
Unico: Short Story (movie)
Ushio & Tora (TV)
Utawarerumono (TV)
Valvrave the Liberator (TV)
Vampire in the Garden (ONA)
Violet Evergarden (TV)
Violet Evergarden: The Movie
Voices of a Distant Star (OAV)
Wagnaria!! (TV)
Waka Okami wa Shōgakusei! (TV)
Wandering Son (TV)
Wanwa the Puppy (movie)
Wata no Kuni Hoshi (OAV)
Welcome to Irabu's Office (TV)
Welcome to THE SPACE SHOW (movie)
(The) Whale Hunt (movie)
What's Michael? (TV)
What's Michael? (OAV)
What's Michael? 2 (OAV)
When Marnie Was There (movie)
When They Cry - Higurashi (TV)
White Album (TV)
(The) White Snake (movie)
Wild 7 (OAV)
Wild 7 (live-action TV)
(The) Wind Rises (movie)
Winter Days (movie)
Winter Sonata (TV)
X (TV)
xxxHOLiC (TV)
Ya Boy Kongming! (TV)
(The) Yakuza's Guide to Babysitting (TV)
Yamato yo Towa ni: Rebel 3199 (movie)
Yasai no Yōsei - N.Y. Salad (TV)
Yatterman (movie 1977)
Yatterman (TV 2008)
Yawara! A Fashionable Judo Girl (TV)
Yo-kai Watch: The Movie
Yokoyama Mitsuteru Sangokushi (TV)
Yona Yona Penguin (movie)
Yosuga no Sora - In solitude where we are least alone (TV)
You and Me. (TV)
You and Me. Season 2 (TV)
Young Black Jack (TV)
Your Lie in April (TV)
your name. (movie)
Yozakura Quartet ~Hana no Uta~ (TV)
Yozakura Quartet ~Hoshi no Umi~ (OAV)
Yu Yu Hakusho: Eizou Hakusho (OAV)
Yu Yu Hakusho: Eizou Hakusho II (OAV)
Yu Yu Hakusho: The Movie (movie 1/1993)
Yukikaze (OAV)
Zakuro (TV)
Zan Sayonara Zetsubō Sensei (TV)
Zetman (TV)

I hope I'll be able to finish to see/read these soon!

Seen some Rating
86 (TV 2) Masterpiece
(The) Adventures of Hutch the Honeybee (TV)
One of my favourite series when I was a child... I know, I've weird tastes! I would like to see it in Japanese.
Very good
(The) Adventures of Pinocchio (TV) Good
(The) Adventures of Tom Sawyer (TV)
Ah! My Goddess (TV)
This series seems a lot better than those old OAV!
Ai Shite Knight (TV) Not really good
Aim For The Best! (TV)
Air (TV)
Looks good, I've to finish to see this...
(The) Alps Story: My Annette (TV) Good
Android Kikaider - The Animation (TV)
Anime Himitsu no Hanazono (TV) Good
Ascendance of a Bookworm (TV 3)
rated episode 29
Ashita no Joe (TV)
Attack No. 1 (TV) So-so
Attack on Tomorrow (TV) So-so
Attacker You! (TV) Not really good
Azumanga Daioh (TV)
Really funny even if too random at times.
BECK: Mongolian Chop Squad (TV)
(The) Big O (TV)
Usually I don't like episodic series, but this is an exception since I really enjoy the three main characters and the dynamics between them, the art style and the episodes plot in general. :) It's like a Batman made by the Japanese with robots instead of high-tech technology, in a way! ;)
Black Cat (TV) Good
Black Jack (TV)
Black Jack is my favourite characted among the ones created by Osamu Tazuka, the greatest Japanese mangaka (he's called the "Manga no Kamisama", meaning "The God of Manga"). Maybe, the greatness of this character came from the medic studies Tezuka took before starting the profession which would have made him famous. This anime is pretty good, and coldn't be otherwise since it's based on one of the greatest manga ever made, but the original work is much better imho, mabe because it's aimed to an older audience.
Bleach (TV)
Twitter comment_ Some really good elements (good female characters, for once, in a shounen, cool fights and some interesting relationship like Ichigo-Rukia and Rukia-Renji), but I can't take it too seriously since characters are too overpowered, especially the main one. I like some characters enough to keep me interested, though (Nell, Grimmjow and Ulquiorra among the newest ones, even if my favourite are Rukia and Renji, not Ichigo anymore since he lately suffers of the "main character syndrome", AKA=he's almost invincible -__-' ). Anyway, I think that Bleach it's a good mix of dramatic, romantic and comical situations, but sometimes there are too many fights and the second (canon, I don't watch Bleach fillers) story arc is too similar to the first one, so far (I watched up to episode 195). I'll restart watching it as soon as this second, canon story arc is concluded.
Bōken Korobokkuru (TV)
Calimero (TV 1/1972)
Candy Candy (TV) Good
Captain Future (TV)
Captain Tsubasa J (TV) Good
Captain Tsubasa: Road to 2002 (TV) Good
Casshern Sins (TV)
Ceres, Celestial Legend (TV)
I read the manga, so I was curious about the anime...
Charlotte (TV 1977)
Chōjū Kishin Dancougar: Hakunetsu no Shūshō (OAV)
Cluster Edge (TV)
I only saw the first two episodes since I had problems finding all the series with English subs, anyway it didn't seem so bad... The main character was nice, imho.
Cyborg 009 (TV/1968) Very good
Dasshu Kappei (TV) So-so
Dear Brother (TV)
The manga is wonderful... it made me cry. :'( I'm liking the anime too, even if it's slow and too long, in my opinion, for a manga like this. From a technical and artistic point of view, it is really well done (especially the character design) even if it tends to overuse animated sequences; the animation of the characters' hair is awesome.
A Dog of Flanders (TV)
Don Chuck Monogatari (TV)
For some reasons I really liked this anime when I was a child...
Doraemon (TV 1/1973)
Doraemon (TV 2/1979)
Dr. Slump (TV) Good
Dr. Slump (TV 2) Good
Dragon Ball GT (TV)
Twitter comment_
Dragon Quest: The Adventure of Dai (TV 2020) Decent
Entaku no Kishi Monogatari: Moero Arthur (TV)
Étoile de la Seine (TV)
Excel Saga (TV) Good
Fairy Princess Minky Momo (TV)
Fancy Lala (TV) Decent
Fantasy Bishōjo Juniku Ojisan to (TV)
rated episode 4
Very good
Fist of the North Star (TV) Good
Flag (ONA)
(The) Funny Judo Champion (TV)
Future Robot Daltanious (TV) Good
Ganbare Genki (TV)
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex (TV)
I''ve read the manga and I plan to see this and the other anime series based on it.
Glass no Kamen (TV 1/1984)
The manga is a masterpiece, so I plan to see this series in original language soon.
Goku no Daibōken (TV)
Great Mazinger (TV)
Hakushon Daimaō (TV) Decent
Hana no Ko Lunlun (TV)
Hataraki Man (TV)
I only watched episode 1, it was funny and the sotry theme could be interesting, but it dind't impressed me much overall. I don't know if I'll see more of this, but suggestions are well accepted from who watched it all. ^^
Heidi - A Girl of the Alps (TV)
I hope to see it all soon.
Hello! Spank (TV) So-so
Hikari no Densetsu (TV)
Himitsu no Akko-chan (TV) Good
Himitsu no Akko-chan (TV 3) Good
His and Her Circumstances (TV) Very good
Honey Honey no Suteki na Bōken (TV)
Huckleberry Finn Monogatari (TV)
Huckleberry no Bōken (TV)
Hurricane Polymar (TV) Very good
Inuyasha (TV)
I watched many Italian dubbed episodes a long time ago, but watching this anime in its original language is a lot better so I started again from the beginning. Albeit often repetitive, I really like a few things about InuYasha: Kikyo's character (tragic, romantic, and even evil, she has one of the most complex characterization among Rumiko Takahashi's characters); Shippo (he's adorable); the interaction between Inuyasha and Kagome, which is funny even if not really original. UPDATE: I've recently started watching this anime again, since I never finished it. After all these years, its mostly episodic structure bothers me even more than before, and I find it overall simplistic, but it's still enjoyable for all the Japanese mythological references, if nothing else.
Kashi no Ki Mokku (TV) Decent
Katry, the Cow Girl (TV) Decent
Kaze no Naka no Shoujo Kinpatsu no Jeanie (TV)
Kimba the White Lion (TV 1/1965) Very good
Kotetsu Zieg (TV) Good
Kujira no Josephina (TV)
I remember watching this nice anime when I was a child... ^^
Kurosagi (live-action TV)
Lady Georgie (TV)
Lady Lady!! (TV)
Legendary Armor Samurai Troopers (TV)
Little Women (TV)
Little Women II Jo's Boys (TV)
Lucy-May of the Southern Rainbow (TV)
Lupin III: Part II (TV) Very good
Lupin the 3rd (TV) Very good
Maeterlinck's Blue Bird (TV) Very good
Magical Fairy Persia (TV)
Magical Idol Pastel Yumi (TV) Good
Magical Star Magical Emi (TV) Good
Mahōtsukai Chappy (TV) Decent
Mahōtsukai Sally (TV 1/1966) Decent
Manga Sarutobi Sasuke (TV) Decent
Marmalade Boy (TV) So-so
Marvelous Melmo (TV)
Mazinger Z (TV)
Meiken Jolie (TV)
Mistreated Bride (OAV)
Muteki Chōjin Zambot 3 (TV)
Muteki Robo Trider G7 (TV)
Naruto Shippūden (TV)
I'm up to the Sasuke-Itachi fight, and I've now put it on "stop" again. The problems with this anime are many: fillers (even if they are getting a bit better lately, since they are using original characters like the Jinchuuriki), sometimes slow pacing, inconsistent artworkss, not always good animations, colour choices in some episodes and music (especially in the first part of Shippuuden, the newest tracks are better). The openings and endings aren't always well-done, either, which too much SasuNaru fan service in most of them, even if the latest 2 are really good. The soundtrack itself isn't bad, even if not as good as the the first three ones, it's between decent and good... the problem is more about how the scores are used in the show. The artworks, but even more the colour choices aren't as good as hoped, and the animation is a bit of hot or miss... with some good touches here and there, though. But the worst part are the filler: some little bits of them are good, but the whole arcs with filler characters... well, I can't really stand them anymore. :/ I skipped all of them, of course, but it's still annoying. Another bad thing is the whole censorship about Shikamaru (who already read the Asuma arc in the manga or watched the anime knows what I'm talking about, but I won't spoiler about it here): that part was much cooler and had an impact on a whole another level in the manga. Too bad, since this one was one of the few I really liked in Shippuuden. :( What I really like, instead, is how the made the Kakashi Gaiden, Jiraiya vs. Pain and Sasuke vs. Itachi parts. Anyway, this anime is still worth watching for Naruto or shounen fans in general, if not for anything else for its always good, if not excellent, original dubbing (even if I don't like Obito and young Sasuke's voices).
New Jungle Emperor, Go Ahead Leo! (TV) Very good
Nobody's Boy Remi (TV)
Noir (TV)
Ochamegami Monogatari Korokoro Poron (TV) Good
Ogon Bat (TV)
One Piece (TV)
--UPDATE: just finished watching the Punk Hazard story arc, and can't wait to see Dressrosa too! The 15th anime anniversary opening is quite cool, by the way!-- Overall, the One Piece anime is a really good TV series with a great cast of seiyuu, nice background music and a couple of awesome OPs and EDs (my favourites are the first ending, "Memories", and the last opening, "We Fight Together"). However, there are some cuts and censorship here and there, especially in the beginning and in the Marineford story arc, that bothered me. I would suggest this series to any One Piece fan anyway, especially the Water 7 / Enies Lobby story arcs, which are the best adaptations of the manga so far, in my opinion.
Ox Tales (TV) So-so
(The) Perrine Story (TV)
Peter Pan & Wendy (TV) So-so
Planet Robot Danguard Ace (TV)
Pokémon: Black and White: Rival Destinies (TV)
Pollyanna (TV)
When I was a child I read both the novels, and I love them (expecially the first one). ^^
Polyphonica Crimson S (TV)
Princess Knight (TV) Very good
Raccoon Rascal (TV) Decent
Ranma ½ (TV) Good
(The) Rising of The Shield Hero Season 2 (TV)
rated episode 1
(The) Rose of Versailles (TV)
Ryu, the Cave Boy (TV) Decent
Sailor Moon (TV) So-so
Sailor Moon R (TV) So-so
Sailor Moon SuperS (TV) So-so
Saint Seiya (TV) So-so
Sasuke (TV)
Science Fiction Saiyuki Starzinger (TV) Good
She Professed Herself Pupil of the Wise Man (TV)
Won't rate this series since I watched too little of it to do so, but it's a shame to have such beautiful backgrounds and such horrible CG monsters in the same anime. Characters and their interactions were funny from the little I watched, but I dropped this anyway (not only for the CG, but also for the rushed and often confusing pacing of the series).
Not really good
Shin Captain Tsubasa (OAV) Good
Skeleton Knight in Another World (TV)
Smart-san (TV)
Solty Rei (TV) Decent
Song of Baseball Enthusiasts (TV)
Space Pirate Captain Harlock (TV)
A classic. :) Its music is so nostalgic, and the Arcadia is awesome!
Space Warrior Baldios (TV)
Spiral (TV)
Spy×Family (TV)
Swiss Family Robinson (TV) Good
Tenchi Muyo! (OAV 1/1992)
Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki (OAV 2/1994)
Tentō Mushi no Uta (TV) So-so
Tiger Mask II (TV)
Time Bokan (TV) Decent
Time Patrol-Tai Otasukeman (TV) Good
Tongari Bōshi no Memoru (TV) Decent
Toshi Gordian (TV)
Trapp Ikka Monogatari (TV)
I'm going to see this anime in Japanese (with English subtitles) soon! :D
Trapped in a Dating Sim: The World of Otome Games is Tough for Mobs (TV)
Trigun (TV)
Many people think this anime is excellent, but I didn't grab my attention for some reasons... maybe I should give it a second chance.
Uchu Kubo Blue Noah (TV)
UFO Robo Grendizer (TV) Very good
Ulysses 31 (French TV) Decent
Urusei Yatsura (TV) So-so
Vampiyan Kids (TV) Good
Violence Jack (OAV)
Voltes V (TV)
Voltron (TV)
Voltus 5 (movie)
Welcome to the NHK (TV)
Yatterman (TV) So-so
Yattodetaman (TV)
Zettai Shonen (TV)

Anime and manga I finished, of course. I often make fanarts, fanfics and crafts based on stuff I like, and I post them on my deviantART gallery.

Seen all Rating
3x3 Eyes (OAV)
(The) Abashiri Family (OAV) So-so
ACCA: 13-Territory Inspection Dept. (TV)
Twitter comment_ An interesting series with a unique art style and great music. It's about politics... and quirky characters! Also, food p*rn (and too much smoking). XD
Ace of Diamond (TV)
I want to finish watching the whole manga adaptation before rating this, but it'll probably be between good and very good. There are cliché and can be repetitive sometimes, sure, but most characters are likeable and well-characterized (with actual development for the most important ones), and the baseball matches are detailed and can be technical albeit enjoyable even for people not into this sport. Consistently good character design, animations, and music do the rest.
Ace of Diamond: Second Season (TV)
As for the first season, I'll wait for the end of the series before rating this second season too. The series keeps being consistent and good/really good, and I can't wait for the third season!
Air Master (TV) So-so
Aishiteruze Baby (TV)
Yuzuyu is kawaii! And her seyuu is great (she was only 10 years old when she dubbed this character O_O ).
Akihabara @ DEEP (live-action TV)
The characters of this drama are really funny, and even if the "otaku" theme is dealt with a far from realistic approach, it's still interesting. It mixes dramatic moments with funny ones quite well, even if it's a bit too "over the top" in some scenes. The "zombi infection episode" is priceless. XD Don't miss it if you're an otaku (in the wide sense of the term), since it would be worth it for the Gundam cameos alone.
Very good
Akira (movie)
Since there isn't a category above "masterpiece", I could only classify this movie as a masterpiece, I'm sorry. :P Its visuals, especially the backgrounds, are still the best among all the animation of any nationality, in my opinion.
Excellent (Ita.dub), Masterpiece (Ita.sub)
Ame to Shoujo to Watashi no Tegami (ONA)
An amateur animated short with a cute storyline and some good backgrounds. The animation of the characters was poor, though.
Amon - Apocalypse of Devilman (OAV) Good
Angel Sanctuary (OAV)
It only covers the first few chapters of the really long manga.
Animal Crossing (movie)
A great movie for children or Animal Crossing fans in general, this is how a movie based on a videogame should be made. The characters are perfect and mostly based on the game (DS version) ones, the plot isn't too predictable and has a nice twist in the end, the music are really nice, the animation is ok and the backgrounds are beautiful. I recomend it! ^^
Very good
(The) Animatrix (OAV)
A collections of short films inspired buy The Matrix trilogy. Some are better than others; worth seeing.
Anne of Green Gables (TV)
Another masterpiece I've finally seen in Japanese! :D The maturity of the story and the characters is amazing, everyone should see this rare gem. And don't think it's only for children; actually, the point of view is more from an adult standpoint. Furthermore, this is the first Japanese anime series which made me say: wow, backgrounds look like Bambi's. O__O
Arashi no Yoru ni (movie) Weak
Arcadia of My Youth (movie)
Arifureta - From Commonplace to World's Strongest (TV 2)
rated episode 9
Very good
Attack No. 1 (live-action TV drama)
A good adaptation of the original story: funny to watch at first, I becomes more dramatic later. The main actress is quite good and it's enjoyable even if things like a trainer smoking inside schools are pretty hilarious! XD
Attack on Titan (TV)
All the characters feel mono-dimensional except Levi; however, he's bi-dimensional at best (even if this first season doesn't cover enough of the manga to really tell if he'll become a more interesting character later on). This is a pretty dark and dramatic story, but the humour, when present, is forced and out of place. That aside, the animation is top-notch for action scenes (less for when the characters aren't just standing around talking about uninteresting stuff repetitively). Even better are the backgrounds and the soundtrack, which I really liked. Maybe, I'm a bit too old (and cynical) for this kind of story, but this anime felt like a watered-down, childish version of Evangelion. Of course, my knowledge of it is partial so take this comment with a grain of salt, but I didn't hear great things about the ending so I'm not really interested to watch more of it.
Bakuman. (TV)
The high vote is more for the source material (the manga from the same name) than for the anime itself which, even if well-done and animated, doesn't shiny in any particular aspect. It's still a good adaptation, though, but I would suggest the manga over it any day--a manga that deserved a higher budget for its animated version, but didn't get it maybe because, even if popular, it's still a niche work.
Bakuman. 2 (TV)
Same as first season, but I noticed some cuts from the manga, unfortunately. :(
Bakuman. 3 (TV)
Even more cuts compared to the second seasons, even if the cut material was also a boring part in the manga; the rest of the cuts felt unnecessary, though. The ending of the anime is better than the one in the manga, though, in my opinion.
Bastard!! (OAV) Decent
Battle Angel (OAV) Very good
Berserk (TV)
The manga is better, but the anime covers well the best part of it.
Berserk: The Golden Age Arc I - The Egg of the King (movie)
Beyond (OAV) Very good
Black Blood Brothers (TV)
A decent anime with nice characters and some good animation here and there (especially in the final episode). The ending is pretty open, but I liked it anyway. If it had more funny moments like in the first episode, it would have been better...
Black Jack (OAV) Good
Blame! (ONA) Decent
Blood: The Last Vampire (movie) Good
BNA: Brand New Animal (TV)
It's nice to see Trigger experimenting with art styles and animation! I liked this anime's characters and messages, even if a few dialogue lines sounded too rhetoric. I would have given it a higher rating if it were more original theme/plot-wise.
Bokurano (TV)
It was a bit boring at first, then around episode 10 it gets a lot better, and episodes 11-12 made me like it (I cried, not joking ^^' ). Furthermore, if you're an Akira Ishida fan like me this anime is a must-see: he play a really cold-hearted character in a perfect way. This seiyuu never finish to amaze me with his talent. :) Too bad they ruined it at the end (I need to read the manga, since it's different), or I would have rated it higher.
(The) Boy and The Beast (movie)
Amazing visuals and nice characters, but it feels too much like a worse "copy" of a Ghibli movie overall.
(The) Boy Who Saw the Wind (movie) Good
Brave Story (movie)
A nice fantasy movie with some interesting themes and morals... not very original, but well-done. :)
Broken Down Film (movie)
I saw this at the "Castelli Animati" animation festival (in Italy).
Very good
(The) Bush Baby (TV) Good
Buzzer Beater (TV 2005)
it's such a below-average anime that I don't know how to comment it. ^^'
Captain Tsubasa (TV)
When I was younger I loved this anime!
Captain Tsubasa: Holland Youth (OAV)
Casshan (TV)
Along with "Hurrican Polymar", the artwork and animation of this anime is one, if not the best one of the so called "classics".
Very good
Casshan: Robot Hunter Casshern (OAV) Good
Castle in the Sky (movie)
When Miyazaki dos a science-fiction movie, it has an unique flavour. I should re-watch this soon to write a more proper comments...
Excellent (Ita.dub), Masterpiece (sub)
(The) Cat Returns (movie)
A not well-known Studio Ghibli's movie.
Very good
Cautious Hero: The Hero Is Overpowered but Overly Cautious (TV)
Quite funny anime until the very last episodes, which felt rushed and out of place.
Not really good
(Le) Chevalier D'Eon (TV)
The plot is interesting for its connections with some real historical events and characters, but said characters never grew on me much. In addition, the pacing is too slow at times, at least for my tastes.
Chobits (TV) Decent
City Hunter: .357 Magnum (movie)
City Hunter: Million Dollar Conspiracy (movie)
Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion (TV)
It copies elements and other from several famous series (especially Death Note), but it copies well. I watched all the first series and it was very good, but before rating it I'll wait and see the second series too. UPDATED: second series watched too; i liked a bit more the first one, but overall the rating I was thinking to give the first time is ok.
Very good
Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 (TV)
Really good anime with a gorgeous character design by CLAMP, an awesome main character, good music and awesome animation. Sometimes the battles are a bit boring, but overall it's a anime to see if you love mecha with a strategical twist. The plot is a mix between action, drama and humour, and the ending is perfect.
Very good
Cowboy Bebop (TV)
Twitter comment_ I love this anime opening, I think it's one of the best every made for both the visual and musical part. The soundtrack is great in general and I liked its character design. Interesting setting and a masterpiece overall so absolutely watch it!
Cowboy Bebop: The Movie Good
Cybot Robotchi (TV) Good
D.Gray-man (TV)
Too many fillers to give it a higher ranking, but it has some excellent parts, especially from the 51th episode till the end. Not my favourite shounen, but still worth watching (make you a favour and skip episodes 30-50, more or less: they are all fillers).
Daddy Long-Legs (TV)
Another literature classic made into an excellent anime... not a masterpiece, in my opinion, just because it got a bit repetitive in the latest episodes (albeit they are still good, I even believe the best episode is the 39th one), but a must see anyway. Among its best points, other than the themes themselves, there are the background musics and the fact that you can slowly see the main character growing throughout the series, visually speaking too, and it is done really well. :)
Darker than Black (TV)
Twitter comment_ Character-driven anime: some of the characters are really good and their development/relationships interesting, but the plot is weak and many questions are left unanswered. Still, a worth-watching anime thanks to its characters, good animation, and music.
Death Note (live-action movie)
It's worth seeing only for the actor playing L, he's almost perfect for the role.
Death Note (TV)
This anime put me on the hedge of the chair several times, made me laugh, love, hate, throw a pillow to the TV screen at one point and almost cry. Be prepared to see an anime which will stab your heart without pity at all, and several times. On a whole, Death Note is a story which apparently starts a bit stereotypical but soon shows its true face: it's unique thanks to a quite original point of view, and it has flawless directing, really good music, awesome art and animation. This anime will make you think about matters like what real justice is/should be and about the human condition, too. I didn't read all the manga, but I checked some key parts and in my opinion the anime is better, and this fact surprised me since it's the other way around most of the times when it comes to manga and anime based on them! In a word: it's a masterpiece.
Death Note: The Last Name (live-action movie)
It's worth seeing only for the actor playing L, he's almost perfect for the role.
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba (TV)
Twitter comment_ Too derivative from other works and average plot and characters overall, but the anime adaptation is high quality (especially the backgrounds and some visual effects) and the interaction between the main trio of characters is funny--albeit simple--and their chemistry allowed for some genuinely funny and heart-warming scenes. And Nezuko is cute. ^^ Too bad for the rushed progression and excessive exposition, which kills the dramatic potential of both characters and scenes instead of enhancing it; some of the best parts of the anime, in fact, are the few silent ones with just music/songs accompanying the images (as it happened in the 19th episode, for example). With more "show, don't tell" and more time dedicated to develop characters and backstories, this could have been a much more compelling and emotional story, but this is an issue of the manga too (from what I saw myself and read around) so not the anime's fault by itself. That said, I'm still invested enough in the story to look forward the upcoming movie at least.
Den-noh Coil (TV)
A really original take on sci-fi/virtual reality themes (bit also about everyday live ones, as you can understand later in the anime), from the point of view of a group of (almost teenagers) children. It's exciting and moving, even if the plot takes a bit to really start. Also, it's animation and style are superb, they constantly reminded me of Studio Ghibli movies! O___O
Densha Otoko (live-action TV)
Funny as hell! XD But really deep overall... The best j-drama ever, period.
Desert Punk (TV)
It starts really funny (beware though, it's crammed with ecchi scenes and characters), develops in an interesting way introducing a new main character that I liked a lot, and at about 2/3 of the series it turns someway dramatic. Too bad I really hated the ending (knowing that the manga hasn't ended yet made less hard for me to accept this made-up ending, though). The one thing I can't complain about is the quality of the animation, which is outstanding most of the time. I also appreciated the first opening, quite unique for an anime, and the colour choices for both the characters and the backgrounds.
Detective Conan (live-action TV movie)
Good cast, stupid story. The ending was nice, though.
Not really good
A Detective Story (OAV) Good
Devilman (OAV) Good
Devilman (TV)
A lot different from the original manga, and aimed to a younger public, but still good.
Digital Juice (OAV) Decent
Dragon Ball (TV)
Twitter comment_ I wish I could see it in Japanese, one day...
Very good
Dragon Ball Movie 1: Curse of the Blood Rubies
Dragon Ball Movie 2: Sleeping Princess in Devil's Castle
Dragon Ball Movie 3: Mystical Adventure
Dragon Ball Movie 4: The Path to Power Good
Dragon Ball Z (TV)
Twitter comment_ The first series was much better.
Dragon Ball Z: Bardock - The Father of Goku (special) So-so
Dragon Ball Z: Bio-Broly (movie 11) Weak
Dragon Ball Z: Bojack Unbound (movie 9) Weak
Dragon Ball Z: Broly - Second Coming (movie 10) Weak
Dragon Ball Z: Broly - The Legendary Super Saiyan (movie 8) Weak
Dragon Ball Z: Cooler's Revenge (movie 5) Weak
Dragon Ball Z: Dead Zone (movie 1) Weak
Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn (movie 12) Not really good
Dragon Ball Z: Lord Slug (movie 4) Weak
Dragon Ball Z: Super Android 13! (movie 7) Weak
Dragon Ball Z: The History of Trunks (special) Decent
Dragon Ball Z: The Return of Cooler (movie 6) Not really good
Dragon Ball Z: The Tree of Might (movie 3) Weak
Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest (movie 2) Weak
Dragon Ball Z: Wrath of the Dragon (movie 13) Not really good
Eden of the East (TV)
Even if I rated them slightly differently, I decided write a unique comment for both the Eden of the East TV series and the two movies, which are a direct continuation of the series and end it properly. These movies retain the same themes and charm of the TV show (other than its beautiful character design, animation and backgrounds), but they are a bit on the long side and could seem boring to some people. Maybe, a single movie could have been enough to wrap the story up where it was left at the end of the TV series. Anyway, Eden of the East is a quite original anime that deals with themes as sociology, politics and other issues related to Japanese society both in a casual and funny and in a deep way. However, at the same time this anime is also about two characters falling in love and about their friends and relatives. Even if anyone could appreciate the way this anime mixes romance, comedy, action, political fiction and mystery, I suggest its vision only to who knows a little about Japanese history, politics and social phenomenons as "neets"; otherwise, you could miss most of its points and underlining themes and critiques toward the modern Japanese society.
Eden of the East: Paradise Lost (movie)
Even if I rated them slightly differently, I decided write a unique comment for both the Eden of the East TV series and the two movies, which are a direct continuation of the series and end it properly. These movies retain the same themes and charm of the TV show (other than its beautiful character design, animation and backgrounds), but they are a bit on the long side and could seem boring to some people. Maybe, a single movie could have been enough to wrap the story up where it was left at the end of the TV series. Anyway, Eden of the East is a quite original anime that deals with themes as sociology, politics and other issues related to Japanese society both in a casual and funny and in a deep way. However, at the same time this anime is also about two characters falling in love and about their friends and relatives. Even if anyone could appreciate the way this anime mixes romance, comedy, action, political fiction and mystery, I suggest its vision only to who knows a little about Japanese history, politics and social phenomenons as "neets"; otherwise, you could miss most of its points and underlining themes and critiques toward the modern Japanese society.
Very good
Eden of the East: The King of Eden (movie)
Even if I rated them slightly differently, I decided write a unique comment for both the Eden of the East TV series and the two movies, which are a direct continuation of the series and end it properly. These movies retain the same themes and charm of the TV show (other than its beautiful character design, animation and backgrounds), but they are a bit on the long side and could seem boring to some people. Maybe, a single movie could have been enough to wrap the story up where it was left at the end of the TV series. Anyway, Eden of the East is a quite original anime that deals with themes as sociology, politics and other issues related to Japanese society both in a casual and funny and in a deep way. However, at the same time this anime is also about two characters falling in love and about their friends and relatives. Even if anyone could appreciate the way this anime mixes romance, comedy, action, political fiction and mystery, I suggest its vision only to who knows a little about Japanese history, politics and social phenomenons as "neets"; otherwise, you could miss most of its points and underlining themes and critiques toward the modern Japanese society.
Very good
Eureka Seven (TV)
In this anime, the animation and the attention for the details on the backgrounds are outstanding, the character design is very good, the music and songs are exceptional, the cast of characters is appealing and the plot interesting and without boring parts. The peace of the anime is fast, but it still has it's good deep moments, and its mood is a perfect mix between serious and comical situations. I assure you that many will like the main character (dubbed by Yuko Sanpei, a young but really skilled seyuu) from the very first episode, and if not they'll like at least one of the secondary ones, at least. Finally, the opening and ending sequences are amazing both animation and songs-wise. Too bad the ending, or better the last 10-15 minutes are sappy, stupid and a bit random, or this anime would have been a masterpiece. :(
Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone (movie)
I watched the original series lots of years ago, so I didn't remember it very well when I watched this movie. Anyway I loved everything of the movie; from the stunning animation to the great background music; from the interesting characters to the well-written plot; from the awesome original dubbing (especially Shinji's crisis while he experienced his first traumatic experience inside his Eva) to the many reference to otaku culture and beyond that. This movie is a must-watch for anyone, especially Japanese animation and general sci-fi fans.
Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance (movie)
I watched the original series lots of years ago, so I didn't remember it very well when I watched this movie. Anyway I loved everything of the movie; from the stunning animation to the great background music (the scene of Neo Tokyo's "awakening" in the morning was great!); from the interesting characters to the well-written plot; from the awesome original dubbing to the many reference to otaku culture and beyond that. This movie is a must-watch for anyone, especially Japanese animation and general sci-fi fans.
Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo (movie)
I watched the original series lots of years ago, so I didn't remember it very well when I watched this movie. Anyway I loved its stunning animation, the great background music, the awesome original dubbing and the many reference to otaku culture and beyond that. I'm particularly fond of the Kaworu character, so I like him a lot in this movie and I particularly appreciated how his relationship with Shinji was depicted. I noticed a bigger use of CG graphics in this movie, though compared to the first two ones, and some of it was a bit too intrusive; I also found the screenplay a bit confusing and too open-ending (maybe, this movie and the fourth, final one were intended to be only one, and were separated later?) Anyway it's still a must-watch, even if I can't consider it a masterpiece as stand-alone movie, unlike the two previous ones.
(The) Fantastic Adventures of Unico (movie)
Based on an Osamu Tezuka's manga.
Very good
Fighting General Daimos (TV) Good
Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children (movie)
Most overrated anime ever? Sorry FFVII fans, but this is the truth. :P
(The) Final Flight of the Osiris (OAV) Bad
Fist of the North Star (movie) Good
A surprise, but a bit hard to follow at first.
Very good
Freedom (OAV)
Watched this mostly for Katsuhiro Otomo's character design, but I was pleasantly surprised to find Dai Sato involved in the series composition and scenario. The main plot and characters are good, however their potential isn't fully expressed by the good, yet hasty screenplay (especially toward the ending). The GC animation looks decent and the polygonal models are well-done, but with traditional animation this series would have been better. A special mention for the backgrounds, which are quite beautiful.
Fruits Basket (TV)
Really good, too bad it only covers the first few volumes of the excellent manga... :( The songs of this anime are wonderful.
Very good
Fullmetal Alchemist (TV)
Twitter comment_ According to many people this was the best 2003 anime, and I've to agree with them. Even if I believe that the manga, and consequently the new animated series, have a much better plot and characters developments, I still have fond memories of this first FMA anime. It's as good as the manga in the beginning, but when it starts diverging from it it becomes less enjoyable, even if it's still very good (except for the "parallel world" sub-plot and some character developments I didn't appreciate). The animation, music, openings/endings and directing of this anime are among the best ones I ever saw in any animated series. To people that have never read the manga and wanted to start reading it or watch the new animated series based on it, I suggest them to start from this one instead, since they could not like this first FMA "version" anymore if they go too further into the manga/new anime plot and characterizations... but if they only want to know the REAL Fullmetal Alchemist, then the best choice is Brotherhood, or even better the manga itself.
Very good
Fullmetal Alchemist (live-action movie)
Twitter comment_ Weak direction, acting (for the most time), soundtrack, pacing, and pretty much inexistent cinematography (which is a shame considering the movie was filmed in Italy). It pains me that such a great manga was adapted so poorly; in the end, I only liked how Al and the Homunculi were made (visually-wise). Furthermore, this movie's screenplay is a total mess, Ed's characterization (or what's left of it) appears naive and even weird considering he's supposed to be younger, and there is too much focus on the (badly directed/acted) drama whereas the manga has also hilarious moments. And What is that Winry? Also, we barely see a cat in the whole movie (nitpicking I know--but not really since little nuisances and quirks are what makes characters unique and loveable in the end). Important characters completely cut out, and a myriad of other problems. What a disappointment. :(
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (TV)
Twitter comment_ Not as good as the manga even if I gave them both the same vote, but I wanted to put this second FMA animated series a step higher than the old anime, since despite a worse directing and pacing the real FMA stories and characters at the end make the difference, and this new anime closely follow them, ending included. Anyway, what I really appreciated in this second Hagaren anime is the character design, the soundtrack, the voice acting and, of course, the plot and the characters developments. It has some really good openings and endings, too. It could have been better, but we FMA fans can consider ourself really lucky for this second manga adaptation. Also, I give this news series extra points for the special episodes and the animated 4-koma omake, which are great. I hope the new movie will be as good as the new series, and not as the previous Hagaren movie, which disappointed me a lot.
Fullmetal Alchemist: Premium Collection (OAV)
Twitter comment_
Fullmetal Alchemist: The Movie - Conqueror of Shamballa
Twitter comment_ I voted this good, but this movie was a big disappointment for me... I can't explain why without spoiling the plot, so I won't. Let's only say that it's like if they animated a (bad) AU fanfic. But, since they animated it really well, it's still worth seeing. Anyway, look at the manga or at the new anime for the true conclusion of Elric brothers' journey.
Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos (movie)
Twitter comment_ A very good movie, considering it isn't really canon (meaning, coming from the manga itself, but just a side story not written by Hiromu Arakawa herself). Maybe they went a bit overboard near the ending, but it's mostly rooted in the canon plot and the canon characters were written in character (something that not always happens with side projects like this one). I liked the character design, music and animation, too.
Very good
Fushigi Yugi (TV)
A long fantasy drama isekai, interesting for shoujo fans. The plot isn't really good, but some characters are.
Fushigi Yugi (OAV) Decent
Fushigi Yugi (OAV 2) Decent
Fushigi Yugi Eikoden (OAV) Decent
Future Boy Conan (TV)
The best of the best. Adventure, science fiction, drama... all in one anime! Both Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata worked fo this series, after all. ;) You MUST see this, it's a real classic.
(The) Galaxy Railways (TV)
Really good, but only for who likes old-style anime.
Gauche the Cellist (movie)
A simple yet powerful movie about a boy who loves music but still has to learn how to perform it at best. The animation is sweet even if not among the Sudio Ghibli best, but the important part of the movie is the soundtrack, of course. Watch this if you want to learn a bit more about music, or if you just love classical music.
(The) Genius Prince's Guide to Raising a Nation Out of Debt (TV)
rated episode 12
Ghiblies (special) Good
Ghost in the Shell (movie)
Science-fiction if my favourite genre in both movies and books, and this anime is one of the best example of it. Even if it's very different from the manga it's one of the best Japanese animated movie ever made, with awesome animation and music. The opening sequence is legendary.
Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence (movie)
Not as good as the first movie, it's still a must see imho.
(The) Girl Who Leapt Through Time (movie)
I liked the screenplay a lot and found it to be quite original. Unfortunately the animation and art in general, even if excellent, is not up to it, and I didn't like some elements of the characterization of the main male character: they should have shown his more serious side from the beginning, to make him (and the ending) more believable. After all, the fact that he was some way connected to the main character was given away from a couple of silhouettes. ;) This problem aside, the movie is a beautiful love story, or better about the first love of a high school girl (a really funny and likeable character, by the way). It has lots of hilarious moments, too, and I think that the latter are the best parts, actually (despise the plot has a dramatic, if not tragic side too). I also think that the directing is a bit too slow without it being necessary, especially at the beginning, but it could be just a matter of tastes.
(The) God of High School (TV)
Watch it for the action scenes and the choreography--it's worth it!
Gokusen (live-action TV) Very good
Gokusen (live-action TV 2)
Still good, but not as much as the first series. It gets better towards the end, though.
Grave of the Fireflies (movie)
Touching and sad story of two children after the end of the WWII, it's directed by the great Isao Takahata (he and Miyazaki are among the best Japanese anime directors of all time, but in some movies like this one Takahata surpassed even Miyazaki, in my opinion).
GTO: Great Teacher Onizuka (TV)
Really, really funny.
GTO: Great Teacher Onizuka (live-action TV)
Maybe the best comedy/school J-drama out there.
Guin Saga (TV)
It starts a bit too fast and too many things are fast-paced and not properly introduced, in my opinion, but it gets better after the first half. The animation is often really good and so are the landscapes, and the story is interesting and well-written (I expected it, since it's based on a novel or series of novel, I didn't read them yet so I don't know the details), but sometimes it felt like the director could have done a better adaptation, mainly for the pacing problems I mentioned above. Still a must-see for heroic fantasy fans, though. :)
Gundam Seed Character Theater (special)
Don't miss these mini specials if you have seed Gundam Seed and/or Gundam Seed Destiny, they are hilarious! XD
Very good
Gurren Lagann (TV)
Twitter comment_ Awesome and unforgettable main characters (watch at least 8-10 episodes and you'll love them even if at first you didn't care much about their stories) + crazy style(s) (yes, there is more than just one style in this anime) + perfect use of computer graphic + out of this world animation O_O + excellent music (at one point, I could hear rap mixed with Latin lyrics!!!) + manliness (but with good female characters) + a screenplay full of surprises (and references to many other anime) = a masterpiece. At Gainax they are genius... AND PIERCE THE HEAVENS WITH THEIR DRILL!!! (Sexual undertone fully intended! XD )
H2: Kimi to Ita Hibi (live-action TV) Good
Hana Yori Dango 2 [Returns] (live-action TV) Good
Hana Yori Dango [2005] (live-action TV)
Tsukasa Domyouji's misuse of the Japanese language was hilarious! XD
Very good
Hellsing (TV) Weak
(The) Heroic Legend of Arslan (TV)
Really good anime with wonderful backgrounds and compelling characters and story. It feels a bit rushed here and there and, even if I haven't read the novels yet, I guess it's a simplified version of them? Anyway, it's a wort-watching series.
Very good
(The) Heroic Legend of Arslan: Dust Storm Dance (TV)
Really good anime with wonderful backgrounds and compelling characters and story. It feels a bit rushed here and there and, even if I haven't read the novels yet, I guess it's a simplified version of them? Anyway, it's a wort-watching series.
Very good
Hikaru no Go (TV)
This is the first anime TV series I watched in original language with English subtitles... I started with a bang! :D Hightly recommended since it's one of the few anime which isn't worse than the manga it is based on even if the ending has been shortened and cut. Anyway it has a pretty original plot and Sai (one of the main characters) is one of the most handsome, tragic yet funny character ever created in an anime. The Go game theme is correctly introduced (even if with a supernatural twist) and deeply developed. and it becomes a starting point from a more wider theme of characters growth, through their friendship and rivalry. Finally, the soundtrack, openings and endings of this anime are really emotional.
Hikaru No Go: New Year Special Masterpiece
Honey and Clover (TV)
Interesting shoujo with an unusual male (main) point of view. Too bade said male character could sound a bit too "emo" and depressing for some people, myself included. The rest of the cast is better, luckily, and even some events strictly related to the protagonist are enjoyable despite his insecurities and weak personality (he grows toward the end of the second series, though). How much you'll like this anime is a matter of tastes, basically, but its production value is quite high and it has really funny moment, which I liked most than anything else in this slice-of-life kind of story. Too bad it's somewhat repetitive and a bit chaotic screenplay-wise, or I would have rated it higher. I should also mention its good use of insert songs and the two particular openings. :)
Honey and Clover II (TV)
Interesting shoujo with an unusual male (main) point of view. Too bade said male character could sound a bit too "emo" and depressing for some people, myself included. The rest of the cast is better, luckily, and even some events strictly related to the protagonist are enjoyable despite his insecurities and weak personality (he grows toward the end of the second series, though). How much you'll like this anime is a matter of tastes, basically, but its production value is quite high and it has really funny moment, which I liked most than anything else in this slice-of-life kind of story. Too bad it's somewhat repetitive and a bit chaotic screenplay-wise, or I would have rated it higher. I should also mention its good use of insert songs and the two particular openings. :)
Horus - Prince of the Sun (movie) Very good
House of Five Leaves (TV)
A relatively simple, almost slice-of-life story narrated with style and well-written dialogues. It could seem depressing at first but it isn't; even if it does deals with serious matters, it has comical scenes too and a underling irony that makes it a really enjoyable anime. The music and animation are really good, too, the character design unique and the inked-like backgrounds look gorgeous.
How a Realist Hero Rebuilt the Kingdom (TV 2) Decent
Howl's Moving Castle (movie)
When Miyazaki draws bishouen... :P This movie deals with themes as love and war, in a way only Miyazaki films can do. A must see for his plot and stunning visuals. The Italian dub wasn't really good, though. :(
Very good (Ita.dub), Masterpiece (Ita.sub)
Hunter X Hunter (TV)
Twitter comment_ Update: please keep in mind that I wrote this comment before watching the new anime adaptation of HxH (the 2011 one), but I still suggest to see this anime, too, since it's good by itself even if less faithful to the manga (if you'll decide to do so, I suggest you to watch this one first). Also, please notice that when I wrote the original comment I still liked Naruto (I didn't appreciate--to use an euphemism--at least half of the post time-skip arcs, especially the last ones, and its ending). [ORIGINAL COMMENT STARTS HERE] In my opinion this anime marks the passage from "old" shounen like Dragonball and "modern" ones like Naruto. Its target isn't as wide as Naruto's, but in the same time it has more funny moments and at the end it's really addictive and enjoyable. Some parts are still a bit random and only few characters have a solid and believable background (and a real character development--but this anime adapt only a part of the manga, so it's to be expected), but there is a lot of adventure! A must see for anyone between 10 and 20 (and even older or you'll miss the wonderful characters that Killua and Hisoka are! ^^ ).
Very good
Hunter X Hunter (OAV)
This is the part of the anime I liked last, since I never really cared about Kurapica and his revenge...
Very good
Hunter X Hunter: G I Final (OAV)
Great story arc, direct continuation of the GI series (OAV 2); I love the ending song. <3
Very good
Hunter X Hunter: Greed Island (OAV)
This OAV starts the most interesting part of the story imho.
Very good
Hunter × Hunter (TV 2011)
Updated comment after second (partial) rewatch: I completely changed my mind about Alluka's introduction and I don't consider it a plot hole anymore since Killua did mention that he probably forgot about her since Illumi had implanted a needle in his brain and he was practically controlling his emotions and anything related; I also changed my opinion about Gon's characterization since during this second rewatch I understood the character better and I don't consider forced anymore his reaction after the events revolving Kite. These things considered, I also changed the rating from "excellent" to "masterpiece" (even if this new anime likely covers just around half of the full manga--hoping Togashi will complete it one day). Twitter comment (new)_ After my rewatch of the #HxH 2011 #anime I "rate" it higher than the first time: I had forgotten an important detail about Killua so I don't think there's a plot hole anymore, and I also understand Gon's character better now. Watch it if you haven't already: it's a masterpiece! Twitter comment (old)_ One of the best anime adaptation of any manga ever made; I would have rated it even higher, probably, if a plot hole (Killua's extra sibling introduction) and a forced character development (more a regression in my opinion--I'm referring to Gon's reaction after Kite's events) didn't bother me on a plot-level, and if the anime covered the manga still non-existing ending, too. Let's hope Togashi will write it one day, but this anime is still absolutely worth-watching for anyone!
Iblard Jikan (OAV)
An impressive and quite original short that uses paintings and is centred around them and the fantasy world created by their author (who is the director of this movie, too). Despite there isn't much animation, what moves is great and Ghibli-quality; but the best part of this short are the landscapes and the soundtrack. I's a bit repetitive in the central part, though.
Ikebukuro West Gate Park (live-action TV)
A weird j-drama with both really funny and really dramatic moments. I would have preferred more of the former and less of the latter, anyway it's a good drama... a bit too "over-the-top" though, especially in the ending.
In the Land of Leadale (TV) Not really good
InuYasha the Movie 2: The Castle Beyond the Looking Glass
Iria - Zeiram the Animation (OAV)
Of this OAV I only liked the main character design and the backgrounds...
Not really good
Jikū Bōken Nūmamonjaa (OAV) Bad
Jubei-Chan The Ninja Girl - Secret of the Lovely Eyepatch (TV) Not really good
Jujutsu Kaisen (TV)
Too derivative and unoriginal. Relationships between characters often feels forced and their development is somewhat rushed. I couldn't get attached to any character and even disliked some of them. Good animation and soundtrack and beautiful second ending, but that's not enough to hook me. I won't probably watch future seasons.
Not really good
Jumping (movie)
I saw this many years ago, when I visited an exposition about Osamu Tezuka's works. He is usually called the "God of Manga", but his animated works are really good, too, and other than experimental shorts he also created the techniques that are still used in modern, commercial (and not) anime.
Very good
Jungle Book: Shōnen Mowgli (TV) Good
Jungle Emperor Leo (movie 1997) Excellent
Kaibutsu-kun (TV) Decent
Karas (OAV)
I was a bit strict here, but even if Karas has superb, movie-like animation, really detailed backgrounds and an awesome design, its plot is only decent and the characters aren't really appealing or original. It's worth seeing, though.
Kerokko Demetan (TV) Decent
Kid's Story (OAV) Good
Kiki's Delivery Service (movie)
Apparently simpler than others Miyazaki's movies, but not less beautiful, this movie belongs to a particular genre, the "slice of life" one, and it's deeper than it seems. Another must see. P.S. I love the little cat!
Very good (Ita.dub), Masterpiece (Ita.sub)
Kill la Kill (TV)
Twitter comment_ A crazy anime with lots of amazing animations (to make an understatement), great soundtrack, unforgettable characters, and over-the-top fanservice that's hilarious so much it's exaggerated (on purpose). The character design is top-notch (but that was a given considering the staff behind this anime) and the plot compelling, with interesting twists and even original ideas here and there. A must-see for everyone even if it doesn't top Gurren Lagann.
Kimi wa Pet (live-action TV) Good
Knight's & Magic (TV)
Moderately fun anime for isekai and mecha fans, but the main character is too monodimensional and nobody of the rest of the cast really grabbed my attention.
Kyōryū Bōkenki Jura Tripper (TV) Good
L change the WorLd (live-action movie)
Kenichi Matsuyama starring as L is a must see as for the two previous movies, but since this one diverges a lot from the original Death Note story, his character does the same too, unfortunately. Speaking like L, I would say that his counterpart in this movie only resembles the actual, canon character around seventy-percent physically, and forty-percent psychologically. It isn't the actor's fault in my opinion, though, but the screenplay's, which forces him into a too bi-dimensional character who develops a more human side throughout the movie. Problem is, the canonical L isn't bi-dimensional at all, and not so emotionally-flat as the movie implies him to be; L--the real L--isn't always serious, isn't so naive about emotions and social relationships, and isn't a loner who wants to work always alone. On the contrary, he can be quite playful, even childish at times, can smile in an impertinent way, is much more dynamic (and doesn't get tired for just running--how could he, having mastered such a difficult martial art as capoeira?), can joke about falling in love (do you remember his line to Misa?) and often collaborates with others to resolve cases (from Watari to Naomi Misora; from the Task Force members to Light himself, whom he even considered a friend in a way despise his suspicions towards him). At least in my opinion, L wasn't socially and emotionally impaired, but just out of place and maybe lonely in a world where he could found really few people intelligent enough for him to relate with... which doesn't mean that he didn't care about people at all. L can be a cold, logical character--he is for the most part, so much to appear amoral in some instances--but this aspect of his personality was blown out of proportion to give this movie a starting point to develop a character whom didn't need to be developed at all since he was already well-written to begin with, and whose cold side was just an aspect of a much more complex personality. Unfortunately, the movie starts with the wrong premises, and even if the actor playing L is great, he can't do much when the screenplay isn't. That said, I still suggest L's fans to watch this movie at least once; I don't think we could ever get a better actor starring as L, and I do hope they will give him another opportunity to shine in this role by adapting for the screen the novel "Another Note", in which he would also play L's alter-ego and rival, Beyond Birthday, in a thriller that could work really well as a movie as long as it stayed true to the novel plot and to the characterizations of its protagonists.
Labyrinth (movie) Very good
Last Exile (TV)
A great surprise... I heard it was good, but I didn't know it was SO good. Still, I'm a bit disappointed by the last episode (especially about the fate of a certain character... but I won't spoil the ending here, see it by yourselves since this series is really great).
(The) Legend of the Galactic Heroes (OAV)
This anime is so awesome that it is a shame that it is so little known outside of Japan. Based on a series of novels, even if it looks like a space opera at first its science fiction elements are more just setting than real elements in the plot. So, I would recommend this series more to historical/political and drama stories fans than to science fiction ones. Actually, I would recommend it to everyone who is older than 16-17, but this is a whole different matter. Anyway, if you are expecting your "regular" anime, but only with slightly better characters and plot, then you are way far from understanding what this series really is. Legend of the Galactic Heroes is so good that I'm thinking of rearranging all my ratings because this gem surpasses several of the anime I already rated as masterpiece. But I won't do it for now... maybe, when I'll reach 300 anime in "seen all". ;) Anyway, if you're considering watching this anime and you aren't sure if it's worth it (110 episode of a deep, complicated and often slow-paced anime full of text and dialogues isn't exactly something for everyone), at least believe me about one point: it is old BUT well-animated. It couldn't seem at first, since it is old and all, but I read people complaining about the animation of this series and, well, they are plain crazy... or better, they don't know where to look. Artworks consistency apart (in 99% of the episodes!!!), which is something that I found in REALLY few anime (even among masterpieces), the animation of little details in this series is outstanding. I won't tell where and why, though, just discover it by yourselves. :P But, please, trust me (I watched 250+ complete anime series/movies, I should know ;) ). That said, let me spend few words about the story of this anime. First of all, it being based on a series of novels is a great plus since the plot and the characterization of every character, even the secondary ones, are top notch. Every detail is really important, the slightest ones too; furthermore, this is one of the really few anime aimed to an adult audience for the seriousness and the maturity of the plot itself, and not for extremely violent scenes (which are still there, since it also is about war) or sex ones (which are implied, anyway). Great characters, great design, great music (with a huge use of classical themes, which give this anime an unique feeling), a wide plot and good animation make this anime a masterpiece for sure. It could seem slow at first, but it never gets boring if you want a deep anime. On the contrary, it keeps being interesting and exciting until the very end, and at that point you could still want more; it always feels fresh. Incredible. Unique. Monumental. Epic. LEGENDARY.
Legend of the Galactic Heroes: Golden Wings (OAV)
This movie isn't up to the main series or the othe rmovies/OAVs... it's a different production, and it shows in much less beutiful artworks, among other things. The seiyuu for the characters are different, too.
Legend of the Galactic Heroes: My Conquest is the Sea of Stars (movie)
A very good movie and an excellent prologue for a great series. It's for patient people though, since it moves forward slow and has lots of talking... but it's really interesting. :)
Lupin III vs. Detective Conan (special)
A forced crossover that will probably delude both Lupin III and Detective Conan fans. A wasted occasion, but maybe the series and characters were too different to begin with to get something good out of this. :(
Made in Abyss (TV)
Twitter comment_ Great animation, outstanding backgrounds and music, and most importantly, compelling scenario and characters. The cute art style of this anime clashes in a unique and interesting way with its mature tone and content and gives it a distinct identity. UPDATE: I rated this as a masterpiece since the manga keeps delivering and I believe it will be doing so until the end of the story.
Magical Angel Creamy Mami (TV)
My favourite anime of my childhood... I'm so glad I was able to see it in Japanese, too! :D
Very good
Maison Ikkoku (TV)
The best manga by Rumiko Takahashi, adapted into a great anime (even if a bit too long, maybe). The characters are unforgettable and the story really mature, maybe other anime like dealing with similar themes in a such complex way don't exist.
Maison Ikkoku: Kanketsuhen (movie) Good
Majokko Megu-chan (TV) Not really good
Major (TV)
An excellent baseball anime that could be enjoyed by who isn't a fan of the sport, too (as long as they are fans of sports anime, at least). It has great characters developments, animation (mostly during the plays, though), a nice even if not much original character design, and the plot doesn't bore you even after several episodes. It's shortcomings, the exaggerations it makes often use of, are its strong point, too. For such a long series they couldn't make much better than this. :)
Major: Message (OAV 1)
Must be watched after the OAV 2; it covers canon material from the manga and it's worth watching as much as the main series.
MAJOR: World Series Hen - Yume no Shunkan e (OAV 2)
Must be watched before the OAV 1; it covers canon material from the manga and it's worth watching as much as the main series.
Master of Mosquiton (OAV) Good
Matriculated (OAV) Decent
Meine Liebe (TV)
I finished to see this only for two reasons: 1) Akira Ishida plays one of the characters 2) I wanted to be sure before giving this anime such a bad vote :P
Mermaid Forest (TV) Good
Metropolis (movie)
The soundtrack alone is a masterpiece (jazz!) ^^ Based on a Osamu Tezuka's manga.
Excellent (Ita.dub & Ita.sub)
Michiko & Hatchin (TV)
I loved most things of this anime: the sensual yet cute and even powerful-when-needed character design, the awesome animation, the great music, songs, OP and ED, the characters and overall plot (and even more the many sub-plots). What I liked less is the somewhat feminist ending (and I'm a woman so go figure), with the main male character just forgotten and never really flashed out. I have some minor problems with one of the female main characters too, since her development wasn't completely coherent toward the ending in my opinion, considering her base personality. At any case, this is an anime to watch for sure, and a pretty original one too (how many anime have a South American setting?)
Millennium Actress (movie)
I really like Satoshi Kon's movies and I wish he were still alive. :( This movie in particular is really interesting and original in its contents.
Mobile Suit Gundam 00 (TV)
Please notice that this comments refers to the first season, the second one and the movie, too, since they all happen in the same continuum. If you are wondering about the different, increasing voting instead, I decided to vote this series/movie like that because the more I watched it the more I liked. That said, here you are my general comments about Gundam 00: the beginning of this anime is interesting, and luckily the main character isn't emo at all even if he could seem at first (he a really serious character, but he isn't boring or mono-dimensional and his seriousness is justified by his tragic past, furthermore he develops nicely throughout the whole story)--the other three main characters (four, actually, but I won't say more to avoid spoilers) are really good too, well-characterized even if you could not like one or two of them at first (my favourite one is Lockon... and his adorable Haro!); the side characters are good, too, even considering some annoying ones who still have a role to fulfil so they are bearable in the end--I didn't notice any useless ones or any noticeable fan service, either; the plot isn't particularly original, but I found it quite inspiring since it showed the creation of the first space colonies and the first mass-travels in space--the sci-fi fan in me was really pleased (it made me reflect about the future of the humanity more than once); the overall theme of this Gundam is peace, and I liked how it was dealt with--in contrast, this anime shows many of the ugly faces of war, too, and it does it discretely well (the main character was a child soldier and terrorist, for example); the music, character design and animation are great when not excellent, as in the movie and in a couple of moments of the TV series, too--there are some space battle sequences that are breathtaking, and some of the artistic designs are gorgeous (for example, the Gundam covered in flowers); the Gundam designs are also great, and I liked how they were well differentiated in battles, with each one having its role. Overall, even if this series didn't emotionally resonate with me as strongly as Gundam Seed did, in the end I enjoyed it as much, even if for partially different reasons.
Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Second Season (TV)
Please notice that this comments refers to the first season, the second one and the movie, too, since they all happen in the same continuum. If you are wondering about the different, increasing voting instead, I decided to vote this series/movie like that because the more I watched it the more I liked. That said, here you are my general comments about Gundam 00: the beginning of this anime is interesting, and luckily the main character isn't emo at all even if he could seem at first (he a really serious character, but he isn't boring or mono-dimensional and his seriousness is justified by his tragic past, furthermore he develops nicely throughout the whole story)--the other three main characters (four, actually, but I won't say more to avoid spoilers) are really good too, well-characterized even if you could not like one or two of them at first (my favourite one is Lockon... and his adorable Haro!); the side characters are good, too, even considering some annoying ones who still have a role to fulfil so they are bearable in the end--I didn't notice any useless ones or any noticeable fan service, either; the plot isn't particularly original, but I found it quite inspiring since it showed the creation of the first space colonies and the first mass-travels in space--the sci-fi fan in me was really pleased (it made me reflect about the future of the humanity more than once); the overall theme of this Gundam is peace, and I liked how it was dealt with--in contrast, this anime shows many of the ugly faces of war, too, and it does it discretely well (the main character was a child soldier and terrorist, for example); the music, character design and animation are great when not excellent, as in the movie and in a couple of moments of the TV series, too--there are some space battle sequences that are breathtaking, and some of the artistic designs are gorgeous (for example, the Gundam covered in flowers); the Gundam designs are also great, and I liked how they were well differentiated in battles, with each one having its role. Overall, even if this series didn't emotionally resonate with me as strongly as Gundam Seed did, in the end I enjoyed it as much, even if for partially different reasons.
Very good
Mobile Suit Gundam 00 the Movie: A Wakening of the Trailblazer
Please notice that this comments refers to the first season, the second one and the movie, too, since they all happen in the same continuum. If you are wondering about the different, increasing voting instead, I decided to vote this series/movie like that because the more I watched it the more I liked. That said, here you are my general comments about Gundam 00: the beginning of this anime is interesting, and luckily the main character isn't emo at all even if he could seem at first (he a really serious character, but he isn't boring or mono-dimensional and his seriousness is justified by his tragic past, furthermore he develops nicely throughout the whole story)--the other three main characters (four, actually, but I won't say more to avoid spoilers) are really good too, well-characterized even if you could not like one or two of them at first (my favourite one is Lockon... and his adorable Haro!); the side characters are good, too, even considering some annoying ones who still have a role to fulfil so they are bearable in the end--I didn't notice any useless ones or any noticeable fan service, either; the plot isn't particularly original, but I found it quite inspiring since it showed the creation of the first space colonies and the first mass-travels in space--the sci-fi fan in me was really pleased (it made me reflect about the future of the humanity more than once); the overall theme of this Gundam is peace, and I liked how it was dealt with--in contrast, this anime shows many of the ugly faces of war, too, and it does it discretely well (the main character was a child soldier and terrorist, for example); the music, character design and animation are great when not excellent, as in the movie and in a couple of moments of the TV series, too--there are some space battle sequences that are breathtaking, and some of the artistic designs are gorgeous (for example, the Gundam covered in flowers); the Gundam designs are also great, and I liked how they were well differentiated in battles, with each one having its role. Overall, even if this series didn't emotionally resonate with me as strongly as Gundam Seed did, in the end I enjoyed it as much, even if for partially different reasons.
Mobile Suit Gundam Seed (TV)
If you never saw any Gundam series, you could start with this one. It's great in everything: characters, plot, animation, music and songs. The plot mixes several genres, from action to romance, from drama to science-fiction. Moreover, Gundam Seed deals with important themes like war, racism, prejudices and bioethics in a quite deep way. Anyway, I believe that the main theme of this anime, and the strongest one (it is what got me hooked), is the beautiful, troubled yet strong friendship between the two main characters, Kira and Athrun (the latter dubbed by the REALLY skilled Akira Ishida). Their friendship opens and later closes the anime in a perfect way, thanks to the excellent screenplay, and it is symbolized by the cute robot-bird that Kira received from Athrun as a present, before the latter departed from his home when they were children, leaving Kira behind... Present which, in my opinion, is a metaphor of childhood and innocence. Overall, this anime is impressive and Athrun is still one of my favourite characters even after all these years.
Mobile Suit Gundam Seed C.E.73: Stargazer (ONA) Good
Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Destiny (TV)
Not an excellent anime as its direct predecessor, but still interesting for the themes it deals with, some taken from the first series but explored even deeper, in a way that leads to horrific situations (psychological-wise, mostly). For Akira Ishida fans, Destiny is a must-see for his performance alone as Athrun Zala, which is as good as always albeit the screenplay isn't as good as in Gundam Seed. For example, Destiny starts too slow while its ending is far too abrupt, so I suggest watching the Final Plus episode instead than episode 50 (Final Plus is an alternate ending, but more than being different it's just longer and better developed). Furthermore, I didn't find the new main character, Shin, as interesting as the other two ones, but this is a matter of tastes, mostly. Still, this new anime doesn't introduce strong ties between characters as the first one did, even if the writers tried something with Shin and, later, Athrun (a bit too much with him, actually, I think at least one was just fanservice and unnecessary). A bit too repetitive for not Gundam fans, or even for Gundam fans that aren't much attached to characters as Athrun, Kira, Kagalli and Lacus, Destiny is only to be viewed after the first series at any case, since as a stand alone it doesn't work well, despite all the (annoying) recaps and flashback about the prequel. About the music and animation, the former is good, with nice insert songs here and there, but I didn't like the new OPs and EDs songs much (they recycled the animations for them, too); animation-wise, there are great scenes here and there, especially during action-packed sequences, not only Gundams or other mechas-related but on foot, too. I still like the character design even if a bit too shoujo-like for some characters, and the backgrounds do their job.
Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Destiny Final Plus: The Chosen Future (OAV)
I suggest to watch this instead than the final episode (ep. 50) of Gundam Seed Destiny, since the ending is much better, expanded (not much different, just less abrupt) and more developed, here. As a stand alone you wouldn't understand much of what is going on, anyway if you don't want to see the whole Destiny series, but are curious about the ending, I would still suggest to watch this alternate ending episode.
Very good
Mobile Suit Gundam Seed MSV Astray (OAV Promo)
Mobile Suit Gundam Wing (TV)
There are good things in this anime, for example the relationship between Heero and Relena, but most of the episodes are full of boring speechs about war and pacifism. Those themes wouldn't be boring by themselves, of course, but it's the way the screenplay deals with them that it is. I wish more space was given to the development of the characters and the bonds between them...
Mobile Suit Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz (OAV)
Bad: the plot is pretty random, with a couple of characters coming back to life or at least surviving from the TV series story without any decent explanation; the new Gundam designs are a bit too weird, with the wings and everything; Heero still acts as a badass till the very end while he's just a boring character in my opinion (I can't stand him--he only smiled for like three times in the whole series... ok the inner turmoil and suffering for the people he killed while fighting, but a main character should be less two-dimensional). Good: animation, the flashbacks about the Gundam pilots, Dorothy. XD
Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ (TV)
I really like the character design and the animation of the classic Gundam, even if some characters were more eccentric that what I expected in this series, maybe to reflect the tastes of anime fans of the age this anime was made. Since I saw this series before the first two Gundam ones, it was a bit confusing for me; nevertheless, I like the main character and some of the side ones, making this an enjoyable Gundam anime for me even if it never really "clicked" as Gundam Seed did, emotionally-wise.
Mononoke (TV)
I don't usually like episodic TV series but this one was an exception, even because the different stories lasted at last a couple of episodes and, thus, were expanded enough to gain my interest. Other than this, the art style, music and animation were excellent and really interesting in an experimental way. I really suggest this anime to an adult and experienced audience.
Monster (TV)
"Monster" starts slow but after episodes 27-28 the pace becomes faster and much more enjoyable. It's a complex anime with a wide and deep plot and many, many characters; at the end it's really worthy watching for the humanity of the characters, the connections with real life and real historical events (used in a very intelligent way in the plot) and for the amazing screenplay. The effort they put in this anime in each detail, animation and music is outstanding. Watch it: it'll make you think about what humans' life and dignity is, how much they are important, and how a person can become a monster. It'll be a long, emotional yet scary journey...
Moribito - Guardian of the Spirit (TV)
This anime has so many good points: wonderful, paintings-like landscapes and backgrounds; top-notch animation and cool fighting scenes (not an action anime, but the fighting scenes are several and among the best ones I ever saw in animation form); CG used in a smart and not intrusive way; awesome color design; nice character design (even if I didn't like much it, at first); not a really complex plot but still good, more focused on characters development than on the plot itself; quite a high number of well-written and well-developed characters for a series of only 26 episodes (I liked all of them, in a way or another, except one who wasn't developed enough, imho); an interesting and very detailed scenario/world divided into two sub-worlds (one is based on ancient, imperial Japan, but even if it has historical themes it is still a parallel world to the real one, the other is a parallel world of the main world of the anime and is inhabited with natural and elemental spirits); inspiring soundtrack by the great Kenji Kawai. In a word: excellent.
Mushi-Shi (TV)
The first episodes felt too-slow paced to me, but it soon got better and better, so I ended up liking this a lot, especially after learning more about the main character. A bit episodic at first, toward the end a main plot shapes up and it gets much more enjoyable--that said, many episodes are excellent by themselves. The animation, music and backgrounds are top-notch for a TV series, too.
Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation (TV 2)
rated episode 24
Muteki Kōjin Daitarn 3 (TV)
I love this series when I was about 12-13 years old, I wish i could see it in Japanese...
Very good
My Hero Academia (TV)
I'm not a fan of super heroes generally, so I only started watched this anime since a friend suggested it. I liked this first season but I'll wait to watch more of this series before rating it.
My Hero Academia (TV 2)
I'm not a fan of super heroes generally, so I only started watched this anime since a friend suggested it. In this second season the plot starts moving a bit more, but again I'll wait to watch more of this series before rating it.
My Hero Academia (TV 3)
Not really a fan yet, but I think I liked this season the most so far.
My Hero Academia (TV 4)
Weakest season so far probably. The main arc is decent, but some episodes (and characters) toward the ending of this season felt like filler (and unlike earlier actual filler episodes in previous seasons, I didn't like these feel-like-fillers-but-are-canon episodes at all).
My Hero Academia: Two Heroes (movie)
I can't stand the "heroes VS villains" rhetoric so this series isn't really for me (and I'm also too old for most shounen at this point in my life), but I wanted to watch this anyway and I must admit I liked the scientist character and his daughter at least. Also, there were some great animations and directing for the fights--especially the final one.
My Neighbor Totoro (movie)
This movie is an icon, and Totoro is the Studio Ghibli's symbol. Do I need to say more? ;) Well, I could add that this is the best movie if you want to taste a little of Japenese country flavour, and to see nature through the eyes of a child. In the same time, the story is told from an adult point of view too, and it's quite complex in its core.
My Neighbors the Yamadas (movie)
Great movie, it perfectly depicts a family and the relationships and dynamics between its members. It is about a typical Japanese family, but it's message is almost universal (and the apparently simple artworks of this movie helps in that direction). Directed by Isao Takahata, my favourite animated movies author.
A perfect adaptation of the manga with just a few minor differences. This anime has great art, animation and music and I could rate it higher if they made a second season, since the ending feels incomplete (the manga is still ongoing, even in Japan, but on hiatus).
Naruto (TV)
The manga is better, anyway the anime has great musics and some really good opening / ending themes (especially "Wind", "Yellow Moon", "Nakushita Kotoba", "Haruka Kanata" and "Yura Yura"). Moreover, the seyuu for the characters are exceptional and all of them did a really, really good job (after seeing more than 200 whole anime movies/series, I'm not afraid to say that Naruto could have the best cast ever... I'm talking about the Japanese one, of course; the Italian dubbing is awful). My favourite voice actors/actress are: Takeuchi Junko (Uzumaki Naruto), Akira Ishida (Sabaku no Gaara), Shoutarou Morikubo (Shikamaru), Paku Romi (Temari) and Kujira (Orochimaru). The only real bad thing about Naruto is, or better are the filler episodes, which almost ruined it. They are horrible most of the time and I gave up seeing all of them. I put this series under "seen all" anyway, since they don't really count, do them? ;) Finally, I higly reccomend to first read the manga and only then to see the anime, because the latter it's a bit edited even in the Japanese version and there are some changes here and there.
Bad (Ita.dub), Very good (sub)
Naruto (OAV) So-so
Naruto Special: Battle at Hidden Falls. I Am the Hero! (OAV) Not really good
Naruto the Movie: Guardians of the Crescent Moon Kingdom (movie 3)
The plot itself could have made this movie better than the second one, but the western-looking characters (among many other things) made it the wrost of them, instead. Too bad.
Naruto the Movie: Legend of the Stone of Gelel (movie 2)
It's really different from the first movie... overall, the battles and the cast of canon characters are better, but the plot and the enemies design worse... still not as bad as the fillers, though, and this is a pro.
Not really good
Naruto the Movie: Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow
Better than most of those damned fillers, this is for sure. -__-'
Naruto: Akaki Yotsuba no Clover o Sagase (OAV) Not really good
Naruto: Konoha Sports Festival (movie) Decent
Nasu: Summer in Andalusia (movie)
The animation is amazing, and it's pretty original among anime, too, for the type of story it tells. :)
Very good
Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (movie)
The manga is better, of course, but the movie is still one of the greatest Japanese animated films. I love this movie since it deals with themes I care of a lot: ecology and the relationship between people and nature. Furthermore I like anything about wind... Too bad the Italian dubbing is so bad. >:(
Very good (Ita.dub), Masterpiece (sub)
Nazca (TV)
The manga is a lot better, imho.
Neighborhood Story (TV)
What started as a quite good adaptation of an already awesome manga ended as a partial disappointment. Changed scenes and completely cut content (including an important character, who doesn't appear at all in the anime) makes this adaptation a quite inferior work in comparison to the manga. A wasted opportunity since the particular art style of the manga was adapted quite well and the voice actors are great, too. A special mention for the OP and EDs, which are quite good in their quirkiness.
Neo-Tokyo (movie) Very good
Neon Genesis Evangelion (TV)
One of the very few anime good dubbed in Italian language... but the original is still better, of course. ;) For the huge influence this anime had and is still having on mecha series (and anime in general) I should rate NGE with "masterpiece". Anyway, since I prefer rating the anime I see more according to my tastes than to a hypothetical objective value, I'll stick with "excellent" for now since there are anime I like more. Evangelion is really original, but imho it somewhat lacks that "well-rounded" feeling that I got from the anime I voted as masterpiece, even when they weren't as important and unique as NGE in the panorama of Japanese animation. Still, Evangelion broke many standards and innovated a lot, so my opinion about the rating could change, one day. On a side note, its opening is still one of the best ever made in my opinion... but who doesn't love it? ^^
Excellent (sub & Ita.dub)
New Hurricane Polymar (OAV) Good
New Kimagure Orange Road: Summer's Beginning (movie) Bad
NieA_7 (TV) Very good
Ninja Hattori-kun (TV) Good
Ninja Scroll (TV) Weak
Nodame Cantabile (live-action TV drama)
Great characters and often hilarious, I can't wait to see the anime too! The two main actors really look (and act) like their fictional counterparts. Now that I've seen it all, I can say that this is one of the best J-drama I ever saw, without doubts! ^^
Noein - to your other self (TV)
This anime features an amazing animation, an artistic style and a pretty original story based on some true quantom physics principles. Of course, the rest is science fiction... very good science fiction. ^^ Another strong point of this series is that it mix drama, action, comedy and romance really well. A must see.
Now and Then, Here and There (TV)
A crude anime about war and what comes with it.
Very good
Oh My Goddess! (OAV)
Once Upon a Time (movie) Not really good
One Piece Episode of Luffy: Hand Island no Bōken (special)
The filler part was just decent, but this is a must-see for the reanimated, canon part from the beginning of the manga.
One Piece Episode of Nami: Kōkaishi no Namida to Nakama no Kizuna (special)
An excellent adaptation of the Arlong Park story arc. It's not perfect but it gets really close, and it's the best animated adaptation from the One Piece manga so far, in my opinion. A must watch for not fans of the series, too, especially if they want to get introduced in the story and don't care about spoilers (I would still suggest to read the manga and start from the beginning, though, since to made this special they had to cut some scenes and make some minor changes from the manga, for it not to be too long).
One Piece Film Gold (movie 13)
My favourite OP movie so far. Great songs and soundtrack (especially in the first half of the movie), good plot and original villain, and fantastic setting.
Very good
One Piece Film Strong World (movie 10)
A surprisingly good movie even if filler (partially though, since Oda himself was somewhat involved in making it, and he also created a special chapter as a preview for the movie... this was animated too, and I liked it more than the movie itself).
One Piece Film Z (movie 12)
Albeit there are some things I liked a lot from this movie (mainly its backgrounds, animations and Aokiji's role), it felt rushed to me; less battles and more plot, and especially a longer flashback for the antagonist would have made it a better movie, in my opinion.
One Piece Jidaigeki Special: Luffy Oyabun Torimonocho
One of the specials set in feudal Japan, I like this one and the others since they adapt well the characters in such a different from canon scenario, and overall are quite funny to watch. :)
One Piece: Django's Dance Carnival (movie)
One Piece: Episode of Chopper - The Miracle Winter Cherry Blossom (movie 9) Decent
One Piece: Glorious Island (special)
Just a short preview for the Film Z; funny but mostly unnecessary fan-service.
One Piece: Take Aim! The Pirate Baseball King (movie)
One Piece: The Desert Princess and the Pirates: Adventure in Alabasta (movie 8)
An adaptation /retelling of one of One Piece longest story arc. They made a good job considering the limited time length of the movie. :)
One Punch Man (TV)
Hilarious series with a loveable main character and support character, don't miss it!
Very good
One Punch Man (TV 2)
I liked the first season more, but S2 is still a must-watch.
Only Yesterday (movie)
Another Isao Takahata's great movie, unfortunately it's underrated. :(
(The) Order to Stop Construction (movie)
By Katsuhiro Otomo. :)
Oruchuban Ebichu (TV)
LOL I can't believe I really saw this... #^^#
Oseam (Korean movie) Very good
Otaku no Video (OAV)
This OAVs are an original mix of animation and interviews to real people; the narrative technique is quite unique, too, thanks to the fact that they are partially parody and partially documentary. The use of real news throughout the OAVs is a genial idea that expresses its full potential and purpose when made-up news are used in the ending sequence, making them feel real, too. The ending itself gave me goosebumps. Otaku no Video is a must watch for any anime fan: it's informative, funny, even melancholic in a way and, most of all, it's a celebration of our passion and hobbies, without leaving aside the dark sides of them, which are always there as an undertone. However, it ends on a hopeful, happy note that will make most otaku, or more simply anime and manga fans, dream.
Ouran High School Host Club (TV)
Tweet comment - Really funny but also serious when it needs to be. It plays with yaoi/yuri stereotypes in a quite intelligent way and is more -about- fan-service than -with- fan-service, which makes it potentially enjoyable for a male audience too even if that isn't its main target as a shoujo. It's also really well animated and the pace of the story is perfect. Great voice acting too (even if this is pretty normal with original dubbed anime), and the characters are unforgettable--my favourite ones were the lead male character and the twins. Finally, a couple of episodes were better than the rest of the series imho and they would deserve an even higher rating.
Very good
Panda no Daibōken (movie)
Panda! Go, Panda! (movie) Excellent
Panda! Go, Panda!: Rainy Day Circus (movie) Very good
Pandora Hearts (TV)
Too derivative from other works, but it works and it's both funny and dramatic, even if funny moments seem awkward sometimes. Overall, a nice anime for teens.
Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt (TV)
Hilarious , with a great art style (actually, it features many different styles) and often gorgeously animated.
Paprika (movie)
In my opinion the plot and the characters of Paprika aren't as good as of other Satoshi Kon's movies, but this film is still quite good, and his visuals, animation and musics are excellent. After a second or third view my rating could change, but for now I want to give it a "very good" and not more.
Very good
Paranoia Agent (TV)
Even better than any Satoshi Kon's movie in my opinion, for its movie-like animation, awesome character design, backgrounds and art direction, always fitting and really good music (the OP and ED are among the best in the whole Japanese animation), complex and deep storyline, and an even deeper study of human psychology. As you can tell from its title, it starts and mostly develops around the concept of the "paranoia" type of psychosis, but it also deals with the problems of the often chaotic and frantic modern society. It's also an anime that you can better appreciate if you know some fetish of part of the Japanese people (for example the love for RPG videogames) and the process of creation of some job like animation. Definitely a must-see and a masterpiece.
Patapata Hikōsen no Bōken (TV)
Based on two classic Jules Vernes' novels, this really well-animated anime is able to convey the sci-fi themes so dear to the renowned writer. Even if the character design could seem too generic, most scenes are quite well-directed and the music is often really good and used in a way similar to classic Disney animated movies. However, the screenplay is too hasty sometimes and it leaves implied plot elements that could have been explored further; furthermore, to adapt the story for it to be understandable for a young audience, some elements were oversimplified. That said, this series is still a must-see for adventure lovers, especially if you want to live the romantic dream of people longing to fly in a world where technology still not allowed it. A special mention for the main villain: I found him to be written brilliantly, better than what many anime out there have to offer. This is a story of three brothers fighting for their dreams throughout an adventure that spans over more than a decade and that will put them even against each other sometimes. But, most of all, this is a story about one of men's biggest dream: the one to fly in the sky.
Paul no Miracle Daisakusen (TV) Good
Peacemaker (TV)
This was a surprise. Slow in the beginning, it becomes really good later, and when it ends you would like to see more of it.
Very good
Perfect Blue (movie)
According to many this is the best Japanese thriller movie ever made, and I agree. The directing is top notch.
Phoenix (TV)
Based on one of the many Osamu Tezuka's manga. :)
Very good
Phoenix 2772 - Space Firebird (movie)
Pikachu and Pichu (movie) Not really good
Pikachu's Rescue Adventure (movie) Not really good
Pikachu's Summer Vacation (movie) Weak
(The) Place Promised in Our Early Days (movie) Decent
Planetes (TV)
This was really unexpected. I love when science-fiction anime are so well-done and deep! What impressed me most is how it started from a few characters point of view, to later embrace themes that can apply to the whole humanity like the desire to explore the space, but also the fear born from it. If you search an adult anime, this is perfect for you. I liked it so much that I'm thinking about buying the manga! :D
Please Save My Earth (OAV)
I wish it was longer and the ending wasn't rushed, anyway it still is a really good adaptation of a great manga. The music is awesome, too. :)
Very good
Pokémon 2000 - The Movie (movie 2)
Please notice that this rating is for the Italian (bad) dubbed version; I could give it a higher rating for the Japanese, original version, wherever I'll watch it.
Pokémon 3 - The Movie (movie 3) Decent
Pokémon 4Ever (movie 4) Decent
Pokémon Heroes - Latias & Latios (movie 5)
Nice plot and Venice-like setting. ^^
Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea (movie 9)
My favourite Pokémon movie among the one I watched. I like how it deals with themes as motherly love, imprinting and genetic memories/instincts. I especially love its sea-related setting and its adventurous plot, which features an ancient Sea Folk, a cool Ranger character and even pirates! The use of music in this movies is also very good, with a nice ending song that perfectly fits Haruka and Manaphy's--the real main characters of this movie--emotions... Even if I'm an adult and this movie is clearly aimed at children, I was moved a little. ^^
Pokémon: Destiny Deoxys (movie 7)
My second favourite Pokémon movie among the one I watched; I like how it deals with themes as green energies, advanced technologies and phobias.
Pokémon: Giratina & The Sky Warrior (movie 11) Decent
Pokémon: Jirachi Wish Maker (movie 6) Decent
Pokémon: Lucario and the Mystery of Mew (movie 8)
An emotional movie that represents quite well the strong bond between most Pokémon "masters" and their Pokémon, which is a bond of friendship before anything else. Lucario itself is a great character in this movie thanks to his cool voice and battle style, his good heart and his doubts, which made him quite human. I like how the movie depicts the bonds between him and his lost friend, and how the bond between Pikachu and Ash reflects it. Mew's presence and the gorgeous backgrounds and landscapes are worth noting, too.
Pokémon: The First Movie (movie 1) Decent
Pokémon: The Rise of Darkrai (movie 10)
I like the music-related main theme of the movie and Darkrai in the role of a "Dark Hero". This movie also has some beautiful backgrounds and architectures, but the battle between Palkia and Dialga was too long and repetitive. I also wish they showed Hikari's competition in the actual movie and not just glimpses of it during the credits, since it could have been a nice sub-plot and made the movie more varied.
Pom Poko (movie)
A must see for any Japanese culture and legends lover and student! It's about tanuki, ecology and ancient Japan vs modern Japan. Full of good songs, "melancholic" is the best world to describe it. Its director is Isao Takahata, the other big name in Studio Ghibli (together with Hayao Miyazaki): my favourite animated movies director--I believe he's underrated, even if he's still quite famous.
Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea (movie)
Really detailed and fluid animation (the water is amazing... at Studio Ghibli they are crazy °_° ), fantastic directing, backgrounds all drawn by pastels (look really pretty), perfect original dubbing, some very beautiful characters (Ponyo's mother symbolizes the beauty, richness and generosity of the sea, it's really incredible the way she was realized), Ponyo herself is really sweet (but, among other things, she also represents the potentially destructive strength of the ocean), secondary characters who are funny or make you think... and I appreciated a lot the many things not said but left to the imagination of the viewer. A fairytale for both children and adults, wonderfully drawn and animated and with a soundtrack which is as good as other aspects of the movie (if not more).
Porco Rosso (movie)
Someway more a personal movie than the other Hayao Miyazaki's works, not a masterpiece but still excellent. The flying scenes are awesome!
Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Crystal (ONA 2014) So-so
Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Crystal (ONA 2015) Not really good
Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Crystal: Season III (TV 2016)
The best part of the SM manga adapted in a decent way.
Princess Mononoke (movie)
Twitter comment_ This movie introduced me to Hayao Miyazaki's works, and I will never forget the emotion when I watched this anime for the first time. Its plot is like a legend set between the ancient and modern Japan, when people started to discover industries and destroying nature; the visuals and animation are superb, the music and the characters unforgettable.
Masterpiece (sub & Ita.dub)
Program (OAV) Not really good
Promare (movie)
An auditory and visual orgy. Stunning art direction, music, and directing. I would have rated this even better if it had been more original and had flashed out the characters better, but it's still a must watch. (I burned at the Gurren Lagann references.)
Puella Magi Madoka Magica (TV)
Even if I wasn't really surprised by the ending (I had imagined most of it from the first episode), the screenplay was still quite surprising for its dark take upon the classic "magical girls" genre. I didn't like the characters much anyway, but that's just a tastes thing. What I really appreciated, though, was the artistic direction, art style (both characters and backgrounds), the intelligent use of stop motion, the often really good animation and the background music. This anime re-invented a genre, and even if you, like me, don't like its "moe" subtext and the somewhat depressing characters (the only one I really liked was the protagonist's mother), it still is a must see for any fan of Japanese animation.
RahXephon (TV)
The script is good, especially in the ending part, but it tries too hard to be like Evangelion, failing at that.
Rail of the Star - A True Story of Children and War (movie)
Historical settings, an interesting movie.
Ranking of Kings (TV)
Ousama Ranking is a fairytale in the truest sense of the word. Powerful yet delicate, cruel yet hopeful, deep yet lighthearted. Its characters are multifaceted and well-developed, its directing and animations outstanding, its visuals and soundtrack great. The anime art style is an improvement over the unique one used in the manga (the source material), and some episodes are masterpieces by themselves.
Ranma ½: The Movie - The Battle of Nekonron: Fight to Break the Rules! Decent
Ranma ½: the Movie - The Battle of Togenkyo: Rescue the Brides! Decent
Record of Lodoss War (OAV) Bad
Rokka: Braves of the Six Flowers (TV)
A mystery story in a fantasy setting, it had enjoyable, interesting characters and is a very good anime overall in pretty much any of its aspects. I would have rated it higher if it had had an actual ending, and I hope the rest of the novels will be adapted in the future.
Romeo and the Black Brothers (TV)
I never read the original novel this anime was based on, anyway I believe the animated series is a masterpiece thanks to its inspiring themes, characters and story, wonderful animations, backgrounds and music. The feelings of the characters are beautifully conveyed and will move most viewers, even thanks to the original Japanese voice acting, which is excellent, too. Many could call this "just a children story", but it's a really deep one, suitable for people of every age and informative of dark chapters of Italian history. Definitely a timeless classic and a must watch series.
Romeo × Juliet (TV)
A good adaptation of Shakespeare's play, with good music, animations and backgrounds. It could have been even better if the romantic part of the story was more shoujo-like, and if it was given more space to the historical/sociological aspects of the story instead than focusing on a fantasy setting that, albeit beautiful, wasn't really that much necessary.
Rumiko Takahashi Anthology (TV) Good
Running Man (movie) Good
Rurouni Kenshin Part I: Origins (live-action movie)
Rurouni Kenshin: Trust & Betrayal (OAV)
One of the best drama anime I've ever watched. I can't thing about anything in these OAVs done wrong, or something that could have be done better. I really appreciated that fact that it's tragic without being over the top about it, but in a quiet, intimate way. So many details, in both animation and plot, and some great character developments from both the protagonist, Kenshin, and the main female lead, Tomoe. This is a fictional story which feels real, with true historical events in the background, in a setting made of beautiful landscapes, blossoming trees... and raining blood. A masterpiece.
Sailor Moon R: The Movie So-so
Sailor Moon S (TV) Decent
Sailor Moon S: The Movie Good
Sailor Moon Sailor Stars (TV) Decent
Sailor Moon SuperS Plus - Ami's First Love (special) Decent
Sailor Moon SuperS: The Movie Not really good
Samurai 7 (TV)
Try to see this before Akira Kurosawa's original movie, or you won't really like the anime.
Samurai Champloo (TV)
A surprise, one of the best anime tv series I've seen in the last few years.
Samurai Deeper Kyo (TV) Not really good
Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei (TV)
Maybe, the best parody and satirical series ever made. Smart and hilarious, but not for everyone since it's so full of signs and details that it can be stressful to watch. To avoid to miss something you may want to put it often in pause, it's worth it! Other than its "parody of society" (and much more) side, I also liked it from an artistic and technical point of view. It's a well-rounded anime: suggested to patient people who know at least a bit about Japan culture and lifestyle.
Second Renaissance (OAV) Decent
(The) Secret World of Arrietty (movie)
Not among my favourites, but still a very good Ghibli movie.
Very good
Serial Experiments Lain (TV)
Worse than what I expected...
Not really good
Sexy Voice and Robo (live-action TV)
A really good J-drama with one of my favourite Japanese actors. A must watch for any otaku! ^^
Very good
She and Her Cat (OAV) Good
She, The Ultimate Weapon (TV) Not really good
Simoun (TV)
Maybe yuri just isn't my thing, anyway I wanted to watch at least one anime of this type, and this one had a plot and wasn't completely fan-service, at least. :P Anyway, if you want a much better story with some yuri hints, check "Oniisama E...", which is a classic.
Not really good
(The) Skull Man (TV)
For some aspects I would rate this anime higher, since it was really well directed, drawn and animated.
Sky Blue (Korean movie) Good
(The) Sky Crawlers (movie)
Aside the really good animation, soundtrack and the overall high production value, the movie is way too long in my opinion. The first half of it is quite boring, even if it gets better if the movie is watched a second watch, since you actually understand what it goes on. Even if they are coherent with the story themes and setting, I found the characters pretty boring and lifeless. About the plot, it has really interesting premises but in the end it never develops them to their full potential, being reduced to a pretty much pointless, cyclic story. You could find metaphorical meanings in this movie, but it's far from being entertaining and enjoyable, but just depressive more than anything else. Finally, the fact that the characters, even after understanding what they really are, not really rebel against their condition, isn't really realistic; it's like if the movie only shows the first half of a bigger story and the viewers end up expecting more from it (unless they chose to read the movie as an allegory of Japanese society, or better, of some of its values... but it would be better to read the book this movie is based on, too, to better understand its original author's message).
Slam Dunk (TV)
Really hilarious and entertaining most of the times, but the ending could have been better.
Slam Dunk (movie) Not really good
(The) Snow Queen (TV)
I don't really know how close to the source material this adaptation is since I'm not familiar with it, but I overall I liked this anime, even if I think it's aimed mostly to children, while I would have preferred a larger demographic range as other classics of this kind. There are a couple of episodes that stand out, though, for example the one with the witch and the illusion. Generally, I liked the character design of this series; too bad the animation looks cheap most of the time, probably for budget reasons.
Someday's Dreamers (TV) Not really good
Someday's Dreamers II Sora (TV)
For some reasons, I liked this spin-off much more than the adaptation of the main series. I can't reveal why without writing spoilers, so let's just say that I loved the subtle yet effective character developments of both the main and side characters, and the overall plot. I loved how detailed and real the backgrounds look, too.
Very good
Sonic the Hedgehog: The Movie (OAV) Decent
Soul Eater (TV)
Twitter comment_ I love the animation, graphic style and colours of this anime. It' a bit stereotypical (well, for the first episodes at least, it gets a little better later, just not expect anything really original from this anime) but crazy enough to get my interest. And Death Star is hilarious. At first I wasn't too fond of Maka's voice actress, but she grew on me and I like her now. ^^
Spirited Away (movie)
Twitter comment_ I believe this is one of the best Japanese animated movies of all time... actually, I believe this is one of the best movies ever made in general, animated or not, and not only among Japanese ones. With the train scene alone Hayao Miyazaki managed to animate a dream (and, maybe, a deep metaphor of life), and the whole movie is a piece of art. The adventure of a lost girl in a fascinating yet scary world intertwines with Japanese folklore, life messages and a never really forgotten encounter between the main character and a spirit of nature. The animation, directing and music are outstanding: the more you'll watch this exciting, sometimes funny, and overall melancholic movie, the more you'll love it.
Excellent (Ita.dub), Masterpiece (sub)
Star Driver (TV)
Derivative yet original in its own way, SD is like a mix between a mecha show, Sailor Moon and a comedy school story. It features the typical trio (two boys and a girl) and a (sci-fi) main plot intertwined with romantic slice-of-life moments. Its mood can be funny, serious and even dramatic, and the cast counts many characters; this anime has something for almost anyone. I especially liked the main character and the animation of fights (not limited to the mechas ones) and special effects, which are often jaw-dropping (especially for the last episode). I also appreciated the use of music and even more of the four insert songs, which are quite beautiful in my opinion. :)
Very good
Steamboy (movie) Decent
(The) Story of Saiunkoku (TV)
Interesting historical references and entertaining overall, even if characters are a bit stereotyped and the main one is slightly "Mary-Sueish". The harem (for a female audience) fanservice can get annoying, too, but overall I enjoyed the anime.
(The) Story of Saiunkoku Second Series (TV 2)
Interesting historical references and entertaining overall, even if characters are a bit stereotyped and the main one is slightly "Mary-Sueish". The harem (for a female audience) fanservice can get annoying, too, but overall I enjoyed the anime. Unlike the first season, I noticed at least a couple of boring recap episodes in this second one, and one of the story arc felt a little dragged out, but I gave both seasons the same rating since the second one has more interesting sub-plots and more characters.
Street Fighter II V (TV) Decent
Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie Decent
Summer Wars (movie)
I really liked how the movies mix futuristic technology with traditional themes and ways of life. This could be my favourite movie from this director; visually, it's gorgeous.
Tales from Earthsea (movie) Not really good
Team Ranma vs. The Legendary Phoenix (movie) Decent
Tenchi the Movie - Tenchi Muyo in Love Decent
That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime (TV 2) Very good
Tiger & Bunny (TV)
Even if its main plot is a bit generic, and quite derivative from American Super Heroes, at first this anime really captures the interest of the viewers thanks to its awesome futuristic urban backgrounds, interesting character design, good CG, often awesome animation and an interesting setting (and quite original use of real life sponsors). What got me into it, tough, is the main character, Kotetsu: he has a clumsy yet loveable personality, and the relationship dynamics between him and the co-protagonist, Barnaby (called "Bunny" by his senpai XD ), are really enjoyable. Too bad the screenplay isn't well-planned: it is quite simple in the beginning, has a peak only around the 20th episode but by then there aren't enough episodes last to properly develop it, so the final part feels quite rushed. Add to it some bad written scenes, some too forced ones, and some that could be considered actual plot holes, plus a too silly ending that makes fun of the main character in a way that seemed out of place and too exaggerated to me, and you will understand why I didn't rated this higher despite I really liked some of its ideas and the main character of the story. I wish this anime could have had a better screenplay and overall plot... the way it was done is a semi-wasted opportunity, in my opinion. :(
Tiger Mask (TV) Decent
Tokimeki Tonight (TV) Good
Tokyo Godfathers (movie)
Try this one, it's different.
Touch (live-action movie) Good
Toward the Terra (TV)
This series is so rich with characters, ideas and themes that they could have done a 50+ episodes series instead of a 24 episodes one without problems. Instead, they chose to move through the awesome plot quite fast (the directing is great and the pace of the story perfect) leaving no space for fan-service of any sort. The result is a masterpiece that will leave you with much to think about even after the ending episode. This series is like a matrix for other series, like the manga it's based on was at its times. Watch it, especially if you love science fiction. Among the countless nice touches in this anime, I want to underline the many quotes from at least two literature classics (Peter Pan and Moby-Dick), which are perfectly merged in the plot.
Tsurikichi Sampei (TV) Good
(The) Twelve Kingdoms (TV)
After a slow beginning (I'm talking about the first 3-4 episodes) I started to enjoy this series a lot. It begins like a typical fantasy story, with an high school girl who is taken to a parallel world, but the anime soon shows its real traits: a historical-like drama with a fantasy setting. It's much more complex and deep of what it could seem in the beginning. The characters, the setting, the fantasy creatures and the backgrounds of this anime are really well done, the character design is good and consistent and the animation is on good levels. The music is great, one of the best soundtrack of the many series I watched! By the way, this anime is based on a series of Japanese fantasy novels, and despite my hate for fantasy novels than don't really feel like fantasy but only try to be it, I found both the plot and the characters of this anime BELIEVABLE. The Twelve Kingdoms is awesome, give it a try even if the ending is open (since the novels too aren't complete yet); if you can't stand open-endings, see only up to episode 39, which in my opinion is the peak of the series and the one that won me a "masterpiece" rating for this series (it perfectly closes the most important story arc). By the way, even if dubbing a minor character, Akira Ishida is in this anime, and another characcter is dubbed but the great Kappei Yamaguchi (he is L's seyuu, among many others)! ^^
Tytania (TV)
*Repeats to herself: "I've only watched the first episode, I must refrain to already vote it as masterpiece"* :P So far it looks/sounds/tastes like Legend of the Galactic Heroes, I hope it'll stay like this until the end. *faints for excess of happiness* ... That was my first reaction to it. Unfortunately, this anime is just a prologue or what is, or could be, a much longer story... a good prologue, but still one. It adapts the first three novels (the only ones written so far) of a still ongoing novels series, so I won't rate this since it doesn't feel complete, but I still suggest it to people who liked Legend of the Galactic Heroes. Not set your expectations too high, though: other than being clearly incomplete story-wise, many episodes/events feel rushed, too. Anyway, it's still a must-see for space opera genre. :)
Urayasu Tekkin Kazoku (TV) Not really good
Urusei Yatsura: Lum The Forever (movie 4) Weak
Vampire Knight (TV)
A passable anime aimed to female teenagers with lots of fan service... but I'm a bit too old for this, hence the "so-so" rating. I admit it: I only watched this series because Zero (one of the main male characters) reminds me of Furuba Kyo (one of my most favourite characters ever)... #^^#
Vampire Knight Guilty (TV)
While the first series ended with a (hilarious XD ) shounen-ai scene, this other ending disappointed me and doesn't feel like an ending at all. Not only it is different, in some parts, from the correspondent part in the manga (from what I read around, at least), but it is also too open ended for my tastes. Maybe it's just because I only watched this series for the Zero character (who, for some reasons, reminded me of Kyo Soma of Fruits Basket, who is one of my most favourite characters ever) and in the end... no, I won't add anything else. ;) Anyway, I didn't take this anime seriously and just watched it for the lulz. I could check the manga to see how the story really ends and the various parts that were cut from the anime, though. All that said, I really liked the ending theme and animation of Guilty: it's quite beautiful and symbolic in my opinion. :)
Not really good
Video Girl Ai (OAV)
A good adaptation of the manga, even if they cut too many scenes and changed the ending too much, for my tastes.
Good (Ita.dub), Very good (sub)
Violinist of Hamelin (TV) Decent
Violinist of Hamelin (movie)
If you had to choose between this and the TV series, watch this movie (its mood matches better the one in the manga).
Whisper of the Heart (movie)
The animation and backgrounds art of this movie are gorgeous, the story and characters really good, but I'm not particularly fond of the music. I especially liked the appreciation for artisans and artisan crafts that this movie shows, and its directing.
A Wind Named Amnesia (movie) Good (sub & Ita.dub)
Windy Tales (TV)
The suggested target for this particoular anime is girls and young women, especially if they love cats... and the wind! Try it, it's pretty weird sometimes but it often delivers quite deep meanings and thoughts... with a light touch. ;) Its graphic style is pretty unique, too.
Wise Man's Grandchild (TV)
The plot isn't really good since it feels rushed and random at times, and the drama moments are forced and not thorough enough. At least, most characters in the main cast are enjoyable. Younger isekai fans may like this series.
Wolf Children (movie)
Really, really beautiful. I just have some minor complains about a plot element near the beginning of the story, which felt a bit forced to me, but other than that is an excellent anime that can be compared to some Ghibli movies, even if not the best ones in my opinion. I especially loved the natural landscapes backgrounds and some of the scenes in the middle part of the movie, but I won't write more not to spoiler anything to possible watchers... I'll just say that I believe this movie puts to shame the way the "wolf-man" theme is used in some (even really popular) western productions.
Wolf's Rain (TV)
The main plot and other things didn't convince me, but I loved the design of the characters, the animation and the opening theme.
Wolf's Rain (OAV) Decent
World Record (OAV) Good
World Trigger (TV)
Good shounen anime with a slow start, but it gradually becomes better once you start seeing the bigger picture. The characters are loveable and the strategic aspects of the plot are quite interesting.
World Trigger (TV 2)
As good as the previous season, minus the filler episodes.
World Trigger (TV 3)
As good as the previous seasons even if this is clearly a transitional phase between larger, more interesting arcs.
World Trigger (TV 4)
As good as the previous seasons even if this is clearly a transitional phase between larger, more interesting arcs.
X (movie) Decent
Xam'd: Lost Memories (ONA)
Its screenplay can be confusing and it's quite derivative, yet its exceptional animation, good music, interesting character design and enjoyable plot and characters earned it a quite high rating. You'll find a bit of Eureka Seven in this, a lot from Ghibli movies, and something from other anime/studios, too, but it still has its own personality. I particularly liked the protagonist, whose character is well-balanced and believable in its grown throughout the story, and his parents: not many anime deal with nearly-divorced couples and their problems, after all! They main theme of this anime is sci-fi and fantasy, though, together with a bit of military elements as well. I loved the opening and the endings, and the directing... and the aforementioned exceptional animation: it was like watching a movie-quality anime, but it's actually a series! Studio Bones at its best, even if for not the most original story and setting.
Yōkai Ningen Bem (TV)
I remember seeing this with my grandfather since I found it really scary when I was little! ^^ Well, this do is an horror anime aimed for a young audience, after all.
Yu Yu Hakusho The Movie: Poltergeist Report (movie 2/1994)
I watched this many years ago and I don't remember much of it...
Yu Yu Hakusho: Ghost Files (TV)
I was worried about the last story arc and the ending since I read somewhere that they weren't as good as the rest of the series, but actually I found them better than the rest of the anime. In my opinion, the last story arc and the last 4-5 episodes in particular, albeit simple in the surface plot-wise, hide a deeper meaning about the characters and their grow: nothing too hard to understand of course, but still something only hinted to, thus something the viewers have to discovers for themselves. Analysing the series as a whole, even if it has a really simple and usually linear plot, with some flashbacks here and there, and it often uses really basic "shounen formulas", what you can really enjoy about it are its characters (especially Kurama, which isn't your usual bishionen, trust me on this). Togashi's talent for the action-adventure genre already shined in this early work of him, and even if Hunter x Hunter is better than Yu Yu Hakusho under almost every aspect, the latter still has something that makes it worth watching. After all, it deeply influenced later shounen, especially Bleach!
Very good
Zipang (TV)
I would have voted "masterpiece" if it was a full manga adaptation, but since it isn't and the ending is left open, the work feels a bit incomplete. Still a must see for sci-fi and history fans, though, for its really interesting premise and main theme: what would you do if you went back in time? Would you try to change history, or leave it as it is, as much as possible? And, if you would choose to change it, would it really be for the better? Such ethical and moral motifs, already complex by themselves, get even more complicated when you consider that the main characters are in the modern Japanese navy and are inspired by the concepts of peace and of its preservation, but will have to face the really different mentality of WWII Japanese people (and their enemies). Zipang is an anime with great characters and plot, detailed animation that underlines even the smaller emotions and gestures of the characters, making them feel alive, and a good soundtrack. Definitely, a solid show that made me want to read the manga, too, which I'll surely read as soon as I can. :)
Zoku Sayonara Zetsubō Sensei (TV)
It's isn't as good as the first series, but still a must-watch.
Very good

Some anime and manga I didn't finish, usually because they weren't good or just because they weren't my genre.

Will not finish Rating
07-Ghost (TV)
The characters of this anime are too stereotyped for my tastes, even if I liked the main character's friend a little. There is some plot, but the screenplay isn't good and some things are really annoying (like not freeing the main character of his chains at least up episode 3, even if he is given clean clothes, shelter and food... it doesn't make sense and it's just fanservice, I guess. -__-' ). I was a bit funny to watch as long as I bothered to, at least.
Angel Beats! (TV)
Good anime if you just go along the story and accept its absurdities (really, there are some crazy ideas here °_° ), but just not my thing. Some scenes are really well-directed, especially in the first episode (I only watched a couple of them, by the way), with stunning animations and effects.
Angel Heart (TV)
I don't really like tha manga, either.
Angelic Layer (TV)
I only watched the first two episodes and it seems the lazy version of Pokémon, anyway children or teens could like this anime.
Aquarion (TV)
Area 88 (OAV)
I watched the first two OAVs (they are 3) but I couldn't get attached to the characters or the plot. The only good point I found about this anime was the animation; I didn't like the character design, the plot, the characters and their backgrounds. It was boring and overly depressing and dramatic.
Aria the Animation (TV)
The design and the backgrounds are great, I know, but the story (what story, by the way? :P ) is slow as hell. Final comment: boring.
Not really good
Aria the Origination (TV)
As the previous Aria series, while the setting/scenario is interesting, the screenplay is too slow and the dialogues childish. It could appeal to a young, female audience, though.
Not really good
Aura Battler Dunbine (TV)
Edit: trying to watch this again and while it's interesting it feels really old. I found out that mecha were featured in the anime only at production's request to make toys, while they're not present in Tomino's light novel on which this series is based. | Mecha in a fantasy setting isn't something for me...
Ayakashi (TV)
Basilisk (TV)
I don't like the plot and the character design...
Birdy the Mighty: Decode (TV)
Not bad if you like sci-fi, but it was a bit predictable so I dropped it after watching around half of the episodes. I enjoyed the relationship between the main character and Birdy, though.
Black Butler (TV)
A fan-service (for girls) anime with an atmosphere between drama/horror/supernatural and comedy; there are better anime out there that deal with these themes, and I dind't like the graphics style, either.
Blood Blockade Battlefront (TV)
Messy screenplay and the opposite of "show, don't tell". Too bad, since the setting was interesting and the urban backgrounds really good.
Blood Blockade Battlefront & Beyond (TV)
Blood+ (TV)
Watched up to episode 6, I don't know when and if I'll finish to see it. It seemed good at first, but the screenplay soon becomes quite predictable, and the fact that only Saya can kill the monsters with her blade is too forced, when all they need is a bit of her blood. -__-'
(The) Brave Fighter of Legend Da-Garn (TV)
Bronze: Zetsuai Since 1989 (OAV)
Interesting but it's a reduction of a long manga series, and a couple of OAVs can't really cover all of it, unfortunately. I only watched the first 15 minutes.
Buso Renkin (TV)
Regular shounen anime judging the first episode, not enough original to keep me watching it till the end.
Buzzer Beater (TV 2007)
I didn't like the prequel, so I won't bother watching this too... -__-'
By the Grace of the Gods (TV)
Cute, relaxing, but too much plain/uneventful anime to finish watching it.
Case Closed (TV) Not really good
Chrono Crusade (TV)
I didn't like this anime. Too bad, since Chrono's voice was really cute, though (the really skilled, and on of my favourite seiyuu Akira Ishida dubbed him!)
Claymore (TV)
Boring themes, boring directing, boring characters... -__-
(La) Corda D'Oro - primo passo (TV)
Music and bishounen lovers could like this anime, but it has too many stereotypes and is too childish even for a shoujo.
Not really good
Corrector Yui (TV)
I had to see this anime for job purposes... unfortunately. °__°
D.N.Angel (TV) Weak
(The) Dawn of the Witch (TV)
Set in the same universe as "Grimoire of Zero", it also shares some characters with it. Unfortunately, "Grimoire of Zero" had a bad adaptation that consisted only of its first volume, and never was fully adapted, so watching this sequel/spinoff series may be confusing. Dropped since not much interesting and with stupid loli fanservice.
Dead Girls (OAV)
I watched just the few first minutes but I didn't like the directing or the dialogues, either. Maybe watching it before the Red Garden TV series was a bad idea... ^^' (this OAV is its sequel). Anyway, I'm not interested in watching this for now.
Devil Lady (TV)
Much worse than the manga, trust me.
Dojin Work (TV)
I didn't liked the characters and I'm not interested in yaoi / hentai (I watched the first couple of episodes).
Doki Doki Densetsu Mahōjin Guru Guru (TV)
(The) Dungeon of Black Company (TV)
Funny premise (I liked the first episode) but boring execution in the second episode, which made me drop the series.
E's Otherwise (TV) Not really good
F-Zero Falcon Densetsu (TV)
... a so bad anime from a so good game series... :(
Fairy Tail (TV)
Pretty generic and unoriginal shounen; it's funny at times, but mostly during the first few story arcs since it becomes pretty repetitive after a while; I watched around 60-70 episode before dropping it.
Not really good
(The) Fruit of Evolution: Before I Knew It, My Life Had It Made (TV)
I dropped this anime after three episodes since it's too random and I didn't like the humour much.
Gantz (TV)
The plot is interesting, but this anime is way too much violent for my tastes. I couldn't see past the first half of the first episode! O__O Moreover, the massive use of CG really annoyed me and I didn't like the original, Japanese dubbing of the main character.
Getbackers (TV) So-so
Glass Fleet (TV)
Too bad, Akira Ishida dubbed the main villain... :(
(The) Gokusen (TV)
I prefer the J-drama version (I've watched the first two of them, after that I thought it was just "more of the same").
Gravion (TV)
The main male character is pretty original for a mecha series, since he's funny and acts dumb most of the time; there is too fanservice towards a male audience, though.
Gravitation (TV) Weak
Grenadier (TV)
I only watched the first episode, and it was so stupid that at least it was funny, but too much fan service toward a possible male audience put me off.
Gunslinger Girl (TV)
I can't believe this anime got such high votes... O__o
Hajime no Ippo (TV) So-so
Hell Girl (TV)
Add a couple of point on my rating if you are a teenage girl and love horror stories, it wasn't so bad: just not my thing. Beware though: its structure is episodic, without much plot/characters development.
Hitsuji no Uta (OAV)
Vampires' stories don't interest me, usually, and this one it's a bit "emo-ish", too. :P
I'm Quitting Heroing (TV)
Forced premises for a boring story about management featuring a dull main character and unoriginal side ones. Couldn't watch more than just a couple of episodes since this anime is simply uninteresting, but I doubt it becomes much better later on.
I've Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level (TV)
Its premise is so stupid and the anime boring that I feel asleep while watching the very first episode.
Ichigo 100% (TV)
Actually this is a good anime, but its target is a male, teen audience, and I'm not among them. ;)
Intrigue in the Bakumatsu - Irohanihoheto (TV)
Inukami! (TV) So-so
Kanon (TV 1/2002)
I'll try the new series though, since it seems better...
Karakuri Circus (TV)
Karin (TV)
Funny anime with vampires (but it's comedy, not horror or serious in any way, like you would expect from "regular" vampires anime), aimed to teenagers and with some (really soft) ecchi scenes/situations (more hinted than anything else). It's not bad, but I'm too far from its ideal target to enjoy it.
Kekkai Sensen: Ō-sama no Restaurant no Ō-sama (OAV)
Kemonozume (TV)
Kickers (TV)
Kimagure Orange Road (TV) Decent
Kogepan (TV)
A nice show for kids.
Koi Kaze (TV)
Plot based on an interesting idea and promising premises, but it has too many "oniichan" and blushings for my tastes. Too bad.
Kokoro Library (TV) Not really good
Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear (TV)
Cute but soporific, couldn't bear to watch past 1/3 of the series (no pun intended :P ).
Kurogane Communication (TV) So-so
(The) Law of Ueki (TV) Bad
Loveless (TV) So-so
Macross 7 (TV)
Repetitive plot, not really interesting characters, poor colours design choices.... and always the same, damned songs! I couldn't bear to watch more than the first eight episodes. -_-'
Magic Knight Rayearth (TV)
Nice anime for female children/teenager, especially if they like fantasy themes. The CLAMP art style is wonderful, but the super-deformed is overused in this series.
Magic Knight Rayearth 2 (TV) Good
Maple Town Stories (TV) Decent
Maria Watches Over Us (TV)
After just two episodes I already understood that this anime isn't for me: it is slow, has boring characters and is too much about yuri relationships. It doesn't seem to have a real plot, and the relationships between the girls felt forced to me. The character design and the animation are nice, though.
Not really good
Mars Daybreak (TV)
I quite liked the first episode, but after it there were many ones that felt like fillers, poor characters development and a not so interesting plot overall. Too bad for the wasted potential, anyway I still liked the main character a bit, some designs and the animation. I skipped over some episodes since I grew bored of it after the middle point, anyway I watched the latest two episodes fully.
Not really good
Massugu ni Ikō (TV)
The idea was nice, but the characters are too stupid. -__-' Dog lovers could still like this, though.
Maya the Bee (TV) Weak
Megalobox (TV)
Good art direction and art style for an inadequate, annoying Ashita no Joe spin-off with a non-believable premise (the exo-something implanted on boxers while the rest of their body is normal). Wasted opportunity.
Megalobox 2: Nomad (TV)
(The) Melody of Oblivion (TV)
Too weird for my tastes...
Miracle Girls (TV)
The manga was better...
Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Special Edition
This is just a remix of the most important parts of the anime, with a few original scenes. You can skip this without problems if you have seen all the anime, anyway.
Mobile Suit Gundam Wing: Operation Meteor (OAV)
After Gundam Wing Endless Waltz I was so bored of the main characters (the Gundam pilots) that I can't bother to see this OAV, too.
Momo: The Girl God of Death (TV)
Nice but nothing more, the ideal target for this anime are children and teens (especially girls).
Moonlight Mile (TV)
Neighborhood Story (movie)
Since this is just a retelling of the beginning of the story I'm not interested in watching it.
Nekojiru Gekijō (TV)
I don't like this type of humour.
Neo Ranga (TV)
I only watched the first 4 episodes, but the characters didn't grow on me at all and I didn't like the way the story was told.
New Maple Town Stories (TV) Decent
Petite Princess Yucie (TV)
Really cute and funny fantasy anime for children.
Phantom ~Requiem for the Phantom~ (TV)
The characters are too stereotypical for my tastes, from the overly serious and emotionless main characters to the "I'll change the world" nemesis. I don't like the character design used for this type of story and mood, either. It could be batter later, but the first two episodes didn't grab my attention at all, maybe because this type of story was made so many times that there are much better options than this.
Pokémon (TV)
The Advanced Generation series are much better than the older ones, imho.
Pokémon Advance (TV)
I saw few episodes, and I think this could be the best Pokémon animated series ever. I'm not going to see it all though, I'm just too old. ;) This is a good anime for children and teens, especially if they are fan of the videogames, too!
(The) Prince of Tennis (TV) Weak
Princess Princess D (live-action TV)
I couldn't even watch one full episode since I disliked the acting and the directing.
Princess Tutu (TV)
Cute anime for young girls and children who like folk tales and classical dance.
Rage of Bahamut: Virgin Soul (TV)
Original protagonist unlike the rest of the characters who, like the general plot, feel too much clichè. Interesting character designs and high production values (except for too much CG use here and there) make this still a good anime even if I didn't finish watching it.
RahXephon (OAV)
Ramen Fighter Miki (TV)
Maybe I would have liked it when I was a teenager, it looks like a quite funny anime and the first episode was crazy. ^^
Rave Master (TV)
I don't really liked it since it mix too many canonical fantasy clichés with the shounen genre, but fantasy and shounen series fans could like these, especially if they are in their teens. Keep in mind that I only watched the first 5 episodes, though, so it could become better later. Anyway, it only covers the manga up to the 26th volume (or so I heard around).
Redline (movie)
When F-Zero meets Japanese animation! XD Interesting style but I didn't like the always over-the-top directing, which made the movie so tiring to follow that I didn't finish watching it. For what I watched, I didn't like the screenplay much, either.
Reideen the Superior (TV)
Ristorante Paradiso (TV)
I only watched the first episode, and I couldn't enjoy it (mostly because I'm Italian, I guess ^^' ). Italian words are overused (their pronunciation is exact, but they are spoken in a quite "lifeless" way so to me it sounds like that, when the seiyuu use Italian, they don't act anymore but just read their lines -___-' ), Rome is depicted in a hilarious (read=untrue) way. Even if the backgrounds are beautiful, they give a false image of Rome, an image which doesn't suit a "realistic" anime like this at all. The "mood" given by those backgrounds is hilarious from an Italian point of view (I live in a city near Rome and I has been in the capital countless times, so you can trust me here), since it is just too romantic and the Japanese point of view about Rome is too forced upon the viewer. Furthermore, "Casetta dell'Orso" isn't a name you would use for a restaurant in Rome... it would better suited for an Alpine one, and even in that case we Italians would rather call a restaurant "Casa dell'Orso" over "Casetta dell'Orso" ("casetta" means "small house" and sounds too cheesy and awkward to be likely used for a restaurant name, especially for a high-class one like the one in this anime). Mind me, I can't exclude that a restaurant with a name similar to "Casetta dell'Orso" could exist in Rome, but as a symbolic/iconic name it totally fails. Also, "Orso" means "bear", and bears in Italy aren't animals associated to Rome at all, but more to the Abruzzo region, for example. Maybe, not-Italian or less nitpicking people than me can enjoy this anime anyway, but keep in mind that the image that it gives of Rome is false and biased from a Japanese point of view. ^^' Finally, I hate the fact that they made all these men charming and "Latin-lovers"-like, it's too forced imho (this last critique isn't related to me being Italian, I wouldn't like ANY anime that "forces the hand" so much without even a bit of irony). So, even if I only watched the first episode and I could be wrong (not about the Italian language/cultural bits of it though), I think that Ristorante Paradiso only seems a "mature" anime, but actually it is not. Too bad... well, at least I've my Fuyumi Soryo's Taiyo no Ijiwaru manga to read, an it DO is a great story placed in a realistic Italy (even if in the past)! I hope they'll make an anime of it.
Robonimal Panda-Z: The Robonimation (TV)
Rurouni Kenshin (TV)
Kenshin's voice is unique, I really like it. :) Some great action and battle scenes, but I stopped to watch when the filler only seasons started, and I'm currently reading the manga. I won't rate this anime since it doesn't cover all the manga, but the part it covers, it does quite well.
Saiyuki (TV)
The cast of characters is interesting, but the plot bored me. Too bad, Akira Ishida (one of my favourite seiyuu) was among them... :(
Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It (TV)
It tries too hard to be funny and smart and, as a result, it feels cringy and stupid for the most part. The pair of main characters are unsufferable.
Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It. r=1-sinθ (TV 2)
(The) Seven Deadly Sins (TV)
Boring, unoriginal, repetitive, annoying and/or stupid characters. There are a few cute ideas and the animation/backgrounds are good, but not enough to watch it all. Dropped after four episodes.
(The) Seven Deadly Sins -Signs of Holy War- (TV)
(The) Seven Deadly Sins the Movie: Prisoners of the Sky
(The) Seven Deadly Sins: Cursed By Light (movie)
(The) Seven Deadly Sins: Dragon's Judgement (TV)
(The) Seven Deadly Sins: Grudge of Edinburgh (movies)
(The) Seven Deadly Sins: Imperial Wrath of The Gods (TV)
(The) Seven Deadly Sins: Revival of The Commandments (TV)
Shakugan no Shana (TV) Not really good
Shigurui: Death Frenzy (TV)
I don't like its "sensational" style of narrating, and its pace is a bit too slow for my tastes. The "master" is disgusting. -__-
Shonen Onmyouji (TV)
Not too bad, but characters and plot lacks depth, at least in the beginning (I only watched three episodes).
Shuffle! (TV) Weak
Sonic X (TV) Not really good
(The) SoulTaker (TV)
The directing and visuals are interesting, but I couldn't see more than half of the first episode, since it made my head spinning. ^^'
Space Travelers (movie)
Strawberry Marshmallow (TV)
Cute and funny at first, but after a couple of episodes I got bored. :(
Tesla Note (TV)
Unwatchable CG.
Worst ever
This Ugly Yet Beautiful World (TV)
A didn't see enough episodes of this anime to rate it, anyway it isn't bad... it's just that I don't belong to its target demographic. I bet a male, teenage audience can appreciate it though.
Tokyo Underground (TV) Not really good
Tribe Nine (TV)
It tries to capture the viewer's attention with over-the-top music and action, but it's just messy and too loud.
Tsubasa: RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE (TV)
Backgrounds and landscapes were beautiful.
Not really good
Ultra Maniac (TV)
I couldn't watch it past the first episode, I'm really too old for "magical girls" type of anime, and there are better out there anyway. Still, it was funny, children and teenagers could like this.
Viewtiful Joe (TV)
But the games are great! :D
(The) Vision of Escaflowne (TV) So-so
(The) Wallflower (TV) Bad
Witch Hunter Robin (TV)
Only watched the first three episodes, they were soporific so I stopped. :P
(The) World's Finest Assassin (TV)
Weird anime. It has a serious undertone and deals with serious themes overall, so the fanservice and the more lighthearted moments felt out of place. I dropped it because the main character is too emotionless for my tastes (in the first half of the first season, at least, since I didn't watch further).
Yakitate!! Japan (TV) Weak
Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou (OAV)
Interesting but too slow paced for my tastes; maybe I'll read the manga, though.