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009 Re:Cyborg (movie)
5 Centimeters Per Second (movie)
A.D. Police (TV)
Absolute Duo (TV)
Active Raid (TV)
Actually, I Am… (TV)
After War Gundam X (TV)
Agent Aika (OAV)
Ah! My Goddess (TV)
Ah! My Goddess: Flights of Fancy (TV)
Ah! My Goddess: The Movie
Ai no Wakakusayama Monogatari (TV)
Ai Tenchi Muyo! (TV)
Ai Yori Aoshi (TV)
Ajin (TV)
Ajin (TV 2)
Ajin: Demi-Human - Compel (movie)
Akachan to Boku (TV)
Akame ga KILL! (TV)
Alderamin on the Sky (TV)
Aldnoah.Zero (TV)
Aldnoah.Zero (TV 2)
Alexander: The Movie
All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku (TV)
Allison & Lillia (TV)
Altair: A Record of Battles (TV)
(The) Ambition of Oda Nobuna (TV)
(The) Ancient Magus' Bride (TV)
Angel Links (TV)
Angel Sanctuary (OAV)
Angel's Egg (movie)
Angelic Layer (TV)
Animal Treasure Island (movie)
Anne of Green Gables (TV)
Anne-Happy (TV)
(The) Anthem of the Heart (movie)
Anyamaru Tantei Kiruminzū (TV)
Aoi Bungaku Series (TV)
Aoi Sekai no Chūshin de (TV)
Apocalypse Zero (OAV)
Aquarian Age - Sign for Evolution (TV)
Arashi no Yoru ni: Himitsu no Tomodachi (TV)
Arcadia of My Youth: Endless Orbit SSX (TV)
Area 88 (TV)
Aria - The Natural (TV)
Aria the Animation (TV)
Aria the OVA ~Arietta~
Arion (movie)
Arjuna (TV)
Armitage III: Poly-Matrix (movie)
Armored Dragon Legend Villgust (OAV)
Arpeggio of Blue Steel - Ars Nova (TV)
Art of Fighting (special)
Ashita no Nadja (TV)
Astro Boy (TV 3/2003)
Asura (movie)
Atom The Beginning (TV)
Aura Battler Dunbine (TV)
Ayakashi - Samurai Horror Tales (TV)
B-Daman Fireblast (TV)
Baby Steps (TV 2)
Bakuman. (TV)
Bakuman. 2 (TV)
Bakuman. 3 (TV)
Bamboo Blade (TV)
Band of Ninja (movie)
Banner of the Stars (TV)
Banner of the Stars II (TV)
Banner of the Stars III (OAV)
Barakamon (TV)
Basilisk (TV)
Battle Girls - Time Paradox (TV)
(The) Beast Player Erin (TV)
Beat Shot!! (OAV)
Beautiful Bones: Sakurako’s Investigation (TV)
Beelzebub (TV)
Berserk (TV 2016)
(The) Betrayal Knows My Name (TV)
Betterman (TV)
Big Order (TV)
Birdy the Mighty (OAV)
Birdy the Mighty Decode: The Cipher (OAV)
Birdy the Mighty Decode:02 (TV)
Birdy the Mighty: Decode (TV)
Black Butler: Book of the Atlantic (movie)
Black Cat (TV)
Black Jack 21 (TV)
Black Jack Final (OAV)
Black Jack The Movie
Blade Dance of the Elementalers (TV)
Blast of Tempest (TV)
Bloodivores (TV)
Blue Gender (TV)
Blue Submarine No.6 (OAV)
Bokura ga Ita (TV)
Boruto: Naruto Next Generations (TV)
Boys Over Flowers (TV)
(The) Brave Fighter of Sun Fighbird (TV)
Brave Story (movie)
Brigadoon (TV)
Brynhildr in the Darkness (TV)
Btooom! (TV)
Bubblegum Crisis: Tokyo 2040 (TV)
Buddy Complex (TV)
Bungo Stray Dogs (TV)
Buso Renkin (TV)
CANAAN (TV)
Capeta (TV)
Captain Harlock: Mystery of the Arcadia (movie)
(The) Cat Returns (movie)
A Certain Magical Index (TV)
A Certain Magical Index II (TV)
A Certain Magical Index: The Miracle of Endymion (movie)
A Certain Scientific Railgun (TV)
Chaika - The Coffin Princess (TV)
Chaika - The Coffin Princess Avenging Battle (TV)
Chaos Dragon (TV)
Charlotte (TV 2015)
Cheating Craft (TV)
(Le) Chevalier D'Eon (TV)
Chihayafuru (TV)
Children Who Chase Lost Voices (movie)
Circuit no Ohkami II: Modena no Tsurugi (OAV)
City Hunter (TV)
ClassicaLoid (TV)
Classroom Crisis (TV)
Claymore (TV)
Code Geass: Akito the Exiled (OAV) Waiting on a dub.
Coffee Samurai (OAV)
Colorful (movie)
Conan, the Boy in Future (TV)
Concrete Revolutio (TV)
Concrete Revolutio: The Last Song (TV 2)
Cooking Master Boy (TV)
Corpse Princess: Aka (TV)
Corpse Princess: Kuro (TV)
Corrector Yui (TV)
Cosplay Complex (OAV)
Crest of the Stars (TV)
Croisée in a Foreign Labyrinth - The Animation (TV)
Cromartie High: The Movie (live-action movie)
Cross Game (TV)
Crystal Triangle (OAV)
Cutey Honey (TV)
Cutie Honey Universe (TV)
Cybersix (TV)
Cyborg 009 (TV/1968)
Cyborg 009 (TV 2/1979)
Cyborg 009 Call of Justice (movie)
Cyborg 009 The Cyborg Soldier (TV)
D.C. ~Da Capo~ (TV)
D.Gray-man (TV)
D.Gray-man Hallow (TV)
(The) Dagger of Kamui (movie)
Dai-Guard (TV)
Dan Doh!! (TV)
Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope's Peak High School: Future Arc (TV)
Dantalian no Shoka: Ibara-Hime (OAV)
Dareka no Manazashi (movie)
DARLING in the FRANXX (TV)
Dead Leaves (OAV)
Death Billiards (movie)
Debutante Detective Corps (OAV)
Demon Fighter Kocho (OAV)
Den-noh Coil (TV)
Despera (stalled TV)
Destiny of the Shrine Maiden (TV)
Detroit Metal City (OAV)
Devil Hunter Yohko (OAV)
Digimon Frontier (TV)
Dirty Pair (TV)
Dirty Pair Flash (OAV)
Dirty Pair: Project Eden (movie)
(The) Disastrous Life of Saiki K. (TV)
A Dog of Flanders (TV)
(The) Dog of Flanders (movie)
Dokkoida?! (TV)
Dragon Ball Super (TV)
Dragon Drive (TV)
Drifters (TV)
Dual! Parallel Trouble Adventure (TV)
(The) Eccentric Family 2 (TV)
ef: a tale of melodies (TV)
ef: a tale of memories (TV)
Egao (special)
El Cazador de la Bruja (TV)
El Hazard 2 - The Magnificent World (OAV)
El-Hazard: The Wanderers (TV)
Elf Princess Rane (OAV)
Embracing Love: A Cicada in Winter (OAV)
(The) Empire of Corpses (movie)
Encouragement of Climb (TV)
Ergo Proxy (TV)
Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution (movie series)
Expelled from Paradise (movie)
Fairy Princess Minky Momo (TV)
Fancy Lala (TV)
Fantastic Children (TV)
Farewell Space Battleship Yamato (movie)
Fatal Fury: The Motion Picture
Fate/Apocrypha (TV)
Fate/Grand Order Absolute Demonic Front: Babylonia (TV)
Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya 2wei Herz! (TV)
Fight! Iczer-One (OAV)
Figure 17 (TV)
Final Yamato (movie)
Fist of the North Star 2 (TV)
Fist of the North Star: Strawberry Flavor (TV)
Flame of Recca (TV)
FLCL Progressive (TV)
Flip Flappers (TV)
Flying Witch (TV)
Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma (TV)
Food Wars! The Second Plate (TV)
Free! Eternal Summer (TV)
From the New World (TV)
From Up On Poppy Hill (movie)
Fruits Basket (TV)
Full Moon o Sagashite (TV)
Fushigi Yugi (OAV)
Fushigi Yugi (OAV 2)
Fushigi Yugi Eikoden (OAV)
Futakoi (TV)
Futakoi Alternative (TV)
Future GPX Cyber Formula (TV)
Ga-Rei-Zero (TV)
Gakuen Alice (TV)
Gakuen Handsome (TV)
Gakuen Utopia Manabi Straight! (TV)
Galaxy Angel (TV)
(The) Galaxy Railways (TV)
Gall Force - Eternal Story (movie)
Gangsta. (TV)
GaoGaiGar: King of the Braves (TV)
Garakowa -Restore the World- (movie)
(The) Garden of Words (movie)
Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet (TV)
Gasaraki (TV)
GATE (TV 2)
GeGeGe no Kitarō (TV 2018)
Gekigangar 3 (OAV)
Generator Gawl (TV)
Genesis Climber Mospeada (TV)
Genji Tsuushin Agedama (TV)
Genshiken (TV)
Genshiken (OAV)
Genshiken 2 (TV)
Gestalt (OAV)
Getsumen to Heiki Mina (TV)
Ghost Hound (TV)
Ghost in the Shell: Arise (OAV)
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex: Solid State Society (movie)
Ghost In The Shell: The New Movie
Ginga Nagareboshi Gin (TV)
Gintama: The Final Movie
Girlish Number (TV)
God Eater (TV)
God Eater Prologue (OAV)
God Mars (TV)
Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters (movie)
Gokudo (TV)
GoShogun (TV)
GoShogun: The Time Étranger (OAV)
Gosick (TV)
Gravion (TV)
(The) Great Passage (TV)
Grenadier (TV)
Grimgar, Ashes and Illusions (TV)
Gun Frontier (TV)
Gunbuster 2: Diebuster (OAV)
Gunbuster vs Diebuster Aim for the Top! The GATTAI!! Movie
Gundam Build Fighters (TV)
Gundam Reconguista in G (TV)
Gungrave (TV)
Gunslinger Girl (TV)
Gunslinger Stratos: The Animation (TV)
GUNxSWORD (TV)
Guyver: The Bioboosted Armor (TV)
Gyakkyō Burai Kaiji: Hakairoku-hen (TV)
GYO: Tokyo Fish Attack (OAV)
.hack//Quantum (OAV)
.hack//Roots (TV)
.hack//SIGN (TV)
Hacka Doll the Animation (TV)
Haikyu!! Second Season (TV)
Hakugei: Legend of the Moby Dick (TV)
Hakuoki: Demon of the Fleeting Blossom (TV)
Hal (movie)
Hanasaku Iroha - Blossoms for Tomorrow (TV)
Hanayamata (TV)
Handa-kun (TV)
Harbor Light Story - Fashion Lala yori (OAV)
Harmagedon (movie)
Haruchika – Haruta & Chika (TV)
He Is My Master (TV)
Heartcatch Precure! Hana no Miyako de Fashion Show…Desu ka!? (movie)
Here Is Greenwood (OAV)
Heroic Age (TV)
(The) Heroic Legend of Arslan (TV)
(The) Heroic Legend of Arslan: Dust Storm Dance (TV)
Heroman (TV)
Heybot! (TV)
Highlander: The Search for Vengeance (movie)
Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Kaku ~Outbreak~ (OAV)
Hikaru no Go (TV)
Hime-chan's Ribbon (TV)
Himouto! Umaru-chan (TV)
His and Her Circumstances (TV)
Hitsuji no Uta (OAV)
Hōkago no Pleiades (ONA)
Hōkago no Pleiades (movie)
Honey and Clover (TV)
Honō no Tenkōsei (OAV)
Hoop Days (TV)
Horus - Prince of the Sun (movie)
Hotarubi no Mori e (movie)
Hourou Musuko (TV)
Hozuki's Coolheadedness (TV)
Humanity Has Declined (TV)
Hyouge Mono (TV)
HYOUKA (TV)
I Dream of Mimi (OAV)
Idol Project (OAV)
Immortal Grand Prix (TV)
Immortal Grand Prix (TV 2)
In This Corner of the World (movie)
Inferno Cop (ONA)
Infini-T Force (TV)
Infinite Ryvius (TV)
Initial D (TV)
INTERSTELLA 5555: The 5tory of the 5ecret 5tar 5ystem (movie)
Interviews with Monster Girls (TV)
Inugami-san to Nekoyama-san (TV)
Inukami! (TV)
Inuyashiki Last Hero (TV)
Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? (TV)
Is This a Zombie? (TV)
Isekai Izakaya: Japanese Food From Another World (ONA)
Itachi Shinden (TV)
ItaKiss (TV)
Izetta: The Last Witch (TV)
Japan Animator Expo (ONA)
Jarinko Chie (movie)
Jigoku Sensei Nube (TV)
Jing: King of Bandits (TV)
Jinki:Extend (TV)
Jungle Emperor Leo (movie 1997)
Juni Taisen: Zodiac War (TV)
Junji Ito "Collection" (TV)
Jūza Engi Engetsu Sangokuden (OAV)
K-ON!! (TV 2)
K.O. Beast (OAV)
Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress (TV)
KADO - The Right Answer (TV)
Kai Doh Maru (OAV)
Kaiji (TV)
Kakegurui (TV)
Kamichu! (TV)
Kamisama Kiss 2 (TV 2)
Karakai Jōzu no Takagi-san (TV)
Karas (OAV)
Katanagatari (TV)
(The) Kawai Complex Guide to Manors and Hostel Behavior (TV)
Keijo!!!!!!!! (TV)
Kemonozume (TV)
Kids on the Slope (TV)
Kimagure Orange Road: Summer's Beginning (movie)
Kimagure Orange Road: The Movie
Kimi ni Todoke - From Me to You (TV)
Kimi ni Todoke 2nd Season (TV)
King's Game The Animation (TV)
Kingdom (TV)
Kiss Him, Not Me (TV)
Kite (OAV)
Kiznaiver (TV)
Knights of Sidonia (TV)
Kochira Katsushika-ku Kamearikouen-mae Hashutsujo (TV)
Komatsu Sakyo Anime Gekijō (TV)
Konohana Kitan (TV)
Kubikiri Cycle: Aoiro Savant to Zaregoto Tsukai (OAV)
Kujibiki Unbalance (TV)
Kurau: Phantom Memory (TV)
Kurozuka (TV)
Kyōran Kazoku Nikki (TV)
Kyousogiga (ONA)
Kyousougiga (TV)
Laid-Back Camp (TV)
Land of the Lustrous (TV)
(The) Legend of Black Heaven (TV)
(The) Legend of the Galactic Heroes: Die Neue These (TV)
(The) Legend of the Galactic Heroes: Die Neue These Seiran (movie series)
Like the Clouds, Like the Wind (special)
Lil' Red Riding Hood Cha-Cha (TV)
Listen to Me, Girls. I Am Your Father! (TV)
Little Busters! (TV)
Little Busters! Refrain (TV)
Little Witch Academia: The Enchanted Parade (OAV)
Little Women (TV)
Living for the Day After Tomorrow (TV)
Log Horizon (TV 2)
Looking Up At The Half-Moon (TV)
(The) Lost Village (TV)
Lostorage conflated WIXOSS (TV)
Lostorage conflated WIXOSS -missing link- (OAV)
Lostorage incited WIXOSS (TV)
Love City (movie)
Love Stage!! (TV)
Lupin III vs. Detective Conan (special)
Lupin III vs. Detective Conan The Movie
Lupin III: Alcatraz Connection (special)
Lupin III: Angel Tactics (special)
Lupin III: Crisis in Tokyo (special)
Lupin III: Dead or Alive (movie)
Lupin III: Dragon of Doom (special)
Lupin III: Elusiveness of the Fog (special)
Lupin III: Episode 0 'First Contact' (special)
Lupin III: Farewell to Nostradamus (movie)
Lupin III: Island of Assassins (special)
Lupin III: Missed by a Dollar (special)
Lupin III: Operation Return the Treasure (special)
Lupin III: Part IV (TV 2015)
Lupin III: Princess of the breeze ~Kakusareta Kūchū Toshi~ (special)
Lupin III: Return of Pycal (OAV)
Lupin III: Seven Days Rhapsody (special)
Lupin III: Stolen Lupin (special)
Lupin III: Sweet Lost Night - Mahō no Lamp wa Akumu no Yokan (special)
Lupin III: The Columbus Files (special)
Lupin III: the Last Job (special)
Lupin III: The Pursuit of Harimao's Treasure (special)
Lupin III: The Secret of Twilight Gemini (movie)
Lupin III: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine (TV)
Lupin III: Tōhō Kenbunroku ~Another Page~ (special)
Lupin Sansei: Lupin Ikka Seizoroi (OAV)
Lupin the 3rd: Blood Seal of the Eternal Mermaid (special)
Lupin the 3rd: Green vs Red (OAV)
Maburaho (TV)
Macross 7 (TV)
Macross Delta (TV)
Macross Frontier (TV)
Madlax (TV)
Magi: Adventure of Sinbad (OAV)
Magi: Adventure of Sinbad (TV)
Magi: The Kingdom of Magic (TV)
Magic Knight Rayearth 2 (TV 2)
Magic User's Club! (TV)
Magic User's Club! (OAV)
Magica Wars (TV)
Magical Canan (TV)
Magical Girl Raising Project (TV)
Magical Girl Spec-Ops Asuka (TV)
Magical Shopping Arcade Abenobashi (TV)
Magical Witch Punie-chan (OAV)
Mahō Sensei Negima! Anime Final (movie)
Mahō Sensei Negima!: Mō Hitotsu no Sekai (OAV)
Mahō Sensei Negima!: Shiroki Tsubasa Ala Alba (OAV)
Mahoromatic - Automatic Maiden (TV)
Mahoromatic: I'm Home! (special)
Mahoromatic: Something More Beautiful (TV)
Mahoromatic: Summer Special
Mai Mai Miracle (movie)
Maid Sama! (TV)
(La) Maison en Petits Cubes (movie)
Maken Liner-0011 Henshin Seyo!! (movie)
MAOYU (TV)
MAPS (OAV 1987)
Maquia - When the Promised Flower Blooms (movie)
March comes in like a lion (TV)
Mardock Scramble: The First Compression (movie)
Maria the Virgin Witch (TV)
Mary and The Witch's Flower (movie)
Masamune-kun's Revenge (TV)
Masquerade (OAV)
Master of Mosquiton (OAV)
Master of Mosquiton '99 (TV)
Mayoi Neko Overrun! (TV)
Mazinger Z: Infinity (movie)
Medaka Box (TV)
Medaka Box Abnormal (TV)
Megalobox (TV)
(The) Melody of Oblivion (TV)
Meltylancer: The Animation (OAV)
Metal Skin Panic MADOX-01 (OAV)
Metropolis (movie)
Mezzo (TV)
Mezzo Forte (OAV)
Mind Game (movie)
Mirai (movie)
Mister Ajikko (TV)
Mobile Suit Gundam 00 the Movie: A Wakening of the Trailblazer
Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory - Sora no Kagerō (OAV)
Mobile Suit Gundam AGE (TV)
Mobile Suit Gundam MS IGLOO: Apocalypse 0079 (OAV)
Mobile Suit Gundam MS IGLOO: The Hidden One Year War (movies)
Mobile Suit Gundam Seed (TV)
Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Destiny (TV)
Mobile Suit Gundam Thunderbolt (ONA)
Mobile Suit Gundam Thunderbolt (ONA 2)
Mobile Suit Gundam Thunderbolt: Bandit Flower (movie)
Mobile Suit Gundam Thunderbolt: December Sky (movie)
Mobile Suit Gundam UC (OAV)
Mobile Suit Gundam Wing (TV)
Mobile Suit Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz Special Edition (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 Victory Gundam (TV)
Momotaro, Sacred Sailors (movie)
Money Wars - Nerawareta Waterfront Keikaku (OAV)
Mononoke (TV)
Monster Rancher (TV)
Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun (TV)
Moribito - Guardian of the Spirit (TV)
Mr. Arashi's Amazing Freak Show (movie)
Mr. Dough and the Egg Princess (movie)
Mudazumo Naki Kaikaku (OAV)
Mujin Wakusei Survive (TV)
Musashi: The Dream of the Last Samurai (movie)
Mushishi: The Next Chapter (TV)
My Love Story!! (TV)
My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU (TV)
My-HiME (TV)
My-Otome (TV)
My-Otome Zwei (OAV)
Mysteria Friends (TV)
Mysterious Girlfriend X (TV)
(The) Mystic Archives of Dantalian (TV)
NANA (TV)
Nanatsuiro Drops (TV)
Nanbaka (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)
Nazca (TV)
Negima!? Spring OVA
Negima!? Summer OVA
Neighborhood Story (TV)
Neko no Shūkai (special)
Neo Ranga (TV)
Neo-Tokyo (movie)
Neuro - Supernatural Detective (TV)
New Dominion Tank Police (OAV)
New Getter Robo (OAV)
Nichijō (OAV)
Nichijou - My Ordinary Life (TV)
NieA_7 (TV)
Night of Taneyamagahara (movie)
Night on the Galactic Railroad (movie)
Night Raid 1931 (TV)
Nightwalker: The Midnight Detective (TV)
Ninja Nonsense (TV)
Ninja Scroll 2 (movie)
Ninja Slayer From Animation (ONA)
Noein - to your other self (TV)
Noragami (TV)
Norn9 (TV)
Nozoki Ana (OAV)
Nurse Angel Ririka SOS (TV)
Nyaruko: Crawling with Love! (TV)
Oban Star-Racers (TV)
Occult Academy (TV)
Ocean Waves (special)
Odin - Starlight Mutiny (movie)
Oh! Edo Rocket (TV)
Okusama wa Maho Shojo (TV)
On Your Mark (movie)
Once Upon a Time (movie)
One Outs (TV)
One Week Friends (TV)
Orange (TV)
Orphen (TV)
Oruchuban Ebichu (TV)
Other Worlds (movie)
Otogi Zoshi (TV)
Otogi-Jushi Akazukin (OAV)
Outbreak Company (TV)
Outlanders (OAV)
Overlord (TV)
Pale Cocoon (OAV)
Patapata Hikōsen no Bōken (TV)
Patema Inverted (movie)
Patlabor 2: The Movie
Patlabor the Mobile Police (TV)
Patlabor The Mobile Police: The New Files (OAV 2/1990)
Patlabor WXIII (movie 3)
Patlabor: The Movie
Peacemaker (TV)
Penguindrum (TV)
Pet Shop of Horrors (TV)
Petite Princess Yucie (TV)
Phantom - The Animation (OAV)
Phoenix (TV)
Piano (TV)
(The) Piano Forest (movie)
Pilot Candidate (TV)
(The) Pilot's Love Song (TV)
Planetes (TV)
Plastic Little (OAV)
Plastic Memories (TV)
Please Teacher! (TV)
Please tell me! Galko-chan (TV)
Poco's Udon World (TV)
Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea (movie)
Pokémon the Movie: Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel
Pokémon Zoroark: Master of Illusions (movie)
Pokémon: Lucario and the Mystery of Mew (movie)
Pokémon: The Rise of Darkrai (movie)
Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea (movie)
Portable Kuukou (movie)
(Le) Portrait de Petite Cossette (OAV)
Prefectural Earth Defense Force (OAV)
Pretear (TV)
(The) Princess and the Pilot (movie)
Princess Jellyfish (TV)
Princess Nine (TV)
Princess Rouge (OAV)
PriPri Chii-chan!! (TV)
Prison School (OAV)
Project ARMS (TV)
Project ARMS: The 2nd Chapter (TV)
Psychic Squad (TV)
Psycho-Pass 2 (TV)
Punch Line (TV)
Queen Emeraldas (OAV)
Queen Millennia (TV)
(The) Qwaser of Stigmata (TV)
R.O.D -The TV-
R20 - Ginga Kūkō (movie)
Rage of Bahamut: Virgin Soul (TV)
Ramen Fighter Miki (TV)
Ranma ½ OAV
Ranma ½: Big Trouble in Nekonron, China (movie)
Re: Cutie Honey (OAV)
Re:CREATORS (TV)
Read or Die (OAV)
Reborn! (TV)
Record of Lodoss War: Chronicles of the Heroic Knight (TV)
Recovery of an MMO Junkie (TV)
Red Garden (TV)
RErideD (TV)
Restaurant to Another World (TV)
Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Movie
RIN-NE (TV)
Rio - Rainbow Gate! (TV)
Ristorante Paradiso (TV)
Robot Carnival (OAV)
Rokka: Braves of the Six Flowers (TV)
Ronja the Robber's Daughter (TV)
(The) Royal Tutor (TV)
Rozen Maiden (TV)
Rumbling Hearts (TV)
Running Man (movie)
Rurouni Kenshin: Reflection (OAV)
Rurouni Kenshin: Trust & Betrayal (OAV)
Ryoko's Case File (TV)
S-CRY-ed (TV)
Saber Marionette J (TV)
Saber Marionette J Again (OAV)
Saber Marionette J to X (TV)
SaiKano: Another Love Song (OAV)
Saiki Kusuo no Psi Nan (ONA)
Sailor Moon SuperS (TV)
Saint Seiya (TV)
Saint Tail (TV)
Saint Young Men (movie)
Sakigake!! Otoko Juku (TV)
Sakura Quest (TV)
Samurai 7 (TV)
Samurai Deeper Kyo (TV)
Samurai Flamenco (TV)
Samurai Gun (TV)
Scorching Ping Pong Girls (TV)
Scryed Alteration I Tao (movie)
Scum's Wish (TV)
Sea Prince and the Fire Child (movie)
(The) Secret World of Arrietty (movie)
Seiren (TV)
Sekai Meisaku Dōwa: Mori wa Ikiteiru (movie)
Selector Destructed Wixoss (movie)
Senki Zesshō Symphogear (TV)
Servamp (TV)
(The) Severing Crime Edge (TV)
Shangri-La (TV)
She, The Ultimate Weapon (TV)
Shijō Saikyō no Deshi Kenichi (OAV)
SHIMONETA: A Boring World Where the Concept of Dirty Jokes Doesn’t Exist (TV)
Shin Evangelion Gekijō-ban :|| (movie)
Shinseikiden Mars (TV)
Shirobako (TV)
Show By Rock!! (TV)
Shōwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjū (TV)
Shrine of the Morning Mist (TV)
Silent Möbius (TV)
A Silent Voice (movie)
Silver Spoon (TV)
Simoun (TV)
Sister Princess (TV)
(The) Sky Crawlers (movie)
Slayers - The Motion Picture
(The) Slayers Evolution-R (TV)
(The) Slayers Next (TV)
Slayers Premium (movie)
Slayers Return (movie)
(The) Slayers Revolution (TV)
(The) Slayers Try (TV)
Slayers: The Book of Spells (OAV)
Snow White with the Red Hair (TV)
Snow White with the Red Hair (TV 2)
Sol Bianca (OAV)
Sola (TV)
SoniAni: Super Sonico the Animation (TV)
Sōten Kōro (TV)
(The) SoulTaker (TV)
Sound! Euphonium (TV)
Sound! Euphonium 2 (TV)
Souten no Ken (TV)
Space Adventure Cobra (TV)
Space Adventure Cobra - The Movie
Space Brothers (TV)
Space Runaway Ideon (TV)
Space Warrior Baldios (TV)
Spirited Away (movie)
Spriggan (movie)
Spring and Chaos (movie)
SSSS.Gridman (TV)
Star Blazers 2199 (TV)
Star Driver (TV)
Starship Girl Yamamoto Yohko (TV)
Starship Girl Yamamoto Yohko (OAV)
Steamboy (movie)
Stella Women's Academy, High School Division Class C3 (TV)
Stellvia (TV)
Strain: Strategic Armored Infantry (TV)
Strawberry Marshmallow (TV)
Sugar Sugar Rune (TV)
Suisei no Gargantia: Meguru Kōro, Haruka (OAV)
Summer Days with Coo (movie)
A Sumo Wrestler's Tail (movie)
(The) Super Dimension Cavalry Southern Cross (TV)
(The) Super Dimension Century Orguss (TV)
(The) Super Dimension Fortress Macross (TV)
Super Dimensional Fortress Macross II: The Movie (OAV)
Super GALS! (TV)
Supernatural: The Anime Series (OAV)
Swiss Family Robinson (TV)
Taboo Tattoo (TV)
(The) Tale of the Princess Kaguya (movie)
Tales from Earthsea (movie)
Tanoshii Moomin Ikka: Moomin Tani no Suisei (movie)
(The) Tatami Galaxy (TV)
Tattoon Master (OAV)
Tegami Bachi: Letter Bee (TV)
Tekkonkinkreet (movie)
Tenchi in Tokyo (TV)
Tenchi Muyo! Ryo Ohki (OAV 4/2016)
Tetsujin 28 (TV 2004)
(The) Third: The Girl with the Blue Eye (TV)
This Ugly Yet Beautiful World (TV)
Thunderbolt Fantasy (puppet TV)
Tide-Line Blue (TV)
Tiger & Bunny (TV)
Time of Eve (movie)
To Be Hero (TV)
To Love-Ru (TV)
Tohai Densetu Akagi -Yamini Maiorita Tensai- (TV)
Tokimeki Tonight (TV)
Tokyo Ghoul: Pinto (OAV)
Tokyo Magnitude 8.0 (TV)
Tokyo Ravens (TV)
Toward the Terra (movie)
Toward the Terra (TV)
Transformers (U.S. TV)
Treasure Hunting (movie)
A Tree of Palme (movie)
Tribe Cool Crew (TV)
Trinity Blood (TV)
True Tears (TV)
Tsubasa RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE the Movie: The Princess in the Birdcage Kingdom
Tsubasa: RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE (TV)
Tsubasa: Spring Thunder (OAV)
Tsukigakirei (TV)
tsuritama (TV)
Turn A Gundam (TV)
(The) Twelve Kingdoms (TV)
Twilight of the Cockroaches (movie)
Typhoon Noruda (movie)
Tytania (TV)
Ultimate Otaku Teacher (TV)
Ultraviolet: Code 044 (TV)
Ulysses 31 (French TV)
Unbreakable Machine-Doll (TV)
Under the Dog (OAV)
Undersea Super Train: Marine Express (movie)
Unlimited Psychic Squad (TV)
UQ Holder! (TV)
Urban Square - Kohaku no Tsuigeki (OAV)
Uru in Blue (movie)
Utawarerumono (TV)
Uta∽Kata (TV)
Valvrave the Liberator (TV)
Valvrave the Liberator (TV 2)
Vampire Princess Miyu (TV)
Violet Evergarden (TV)
Violinist of Hamelin (movie)
Virgin Fleet (OAV)
Voices of a Distant Star (OAV)
Voltage Fighter Gowcaizer (OAV)
Wangan Midnight (TV)
WATAMOTE (OAV)
Wedding Peach (TV)
Welcome to Irabu's Office (TV)
When Marnie Was There (movie)
Wicked City (movie)
Wild Arms - Twilight Venom (TV)
(The) Wind Rises (movie)
Wind: A Breath of Heart (TV)
Windy Tales (TV)
(The) Wings of Rean (ONA)
Wish Upon the Pleiades (TV)
(The) Wonderful Wizard of Oz (TV)
(The) World Is Still Beautiful (TV)
(The) World of Narue (TV)
Xam'd: Lost Memories (ONA)
xxxHOLiC (TV)
xxxHOLiC: Kei (TV)
Yakitate!! Japan (TV)
Yamibo - Darkness, the Hat, and the Travelers of the Books (TV)
Yatterman (TV 2008)
Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou (OAV)
Yomigaeru Sora - RESCUE WINGS (TV)
Young Black Jack (TV)
Yowamushi Pedal (TV)
Yugo the Negotiator (TV)
Yuki Yuna Is a Hero (TV)
Yukikaze (OAV)
Yumeiro Pâtissière (TV)
Yuri!!! on Ice (TV)
Zipang (TV)
Zoids (TV)
Zoids Genesis (TV)
Zoku Sayonara Zetsubō Sensei (TV)

Seen some Rating
Air Gear (TV)
(The) Ancient Magus' Bride: Those Awaiting a Star (OAV)
Azumanga Daioh (TV)
Baby Steps (TV)
Bakemonogatari (TV)
Bastard!! (OAV)
Battle Angel (OAV)
(The) Big O (TV)
Black Butler II (TV)
Black Jack (OAV)
Black Jack (TV)
Blassreiter (TV)
Bleach the Movie: Hell Verse
Bludgeoning Angel Dokuro-chan (TV)
Blue Exorcist (TV)
Boogiepop Phantom (TV)
Bunny Drop (TV)
Cardcaptor Sakura (TV)
Case Closed (TV)
Chaos;HEAd (TV)
Chrono Crusade (TV)
Code:Breaker (TV)
Comic Party (TV)
Compiler (OAV)
Darker than Black - Kuro no Keiyakusha: Gaiden (OAV)
Darker than Black: Gemini of the Meteor (TV)
Demashitaa! Powerpuff Girls Z (TV)
(The) Disappearance of Nagato Yuki-chan (TV)
DNA² (TV)
Dr. Slump (TV)
Eden of the East (TV)
Eromanga Sensei (TV)
Fate/Extra Last Encore (TV)
Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya 2wei! (TV)
Fighting Spirit (TV)
Free! - Iwatobi Swim Club (TV)
Full Metal Panic! Invisible Victory (TV)
Galaxy Express 999 (TV)
GATE (TV)
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2nd GIG (TV)
Ghost Sweeper Mikami (TV)
Giant Robo (OAV)
Gintama (TV)
Gintama' (TV 2/2011)
Gintama' (TV 3/2012)
Girls Bravo (TV)
Haikyu!! (TV)
Hajime no Ippo Rising (TV)
Hajime no Ippo: New Challenger (TV)
Hamtaro (TV)
Heat Guy J (TV)
Hetalia - Axis Powers (TV)
Hyper Police (TV)
If Her Flag Breaks (TV)
Ikki Tousen (TV)
Inuyasha (TV) Bad
Itsudatte My Santa! (OAV)
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure (OAV)
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind (TV)
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Phantom Blood (movie)
Joker Game (TV)
Jormungand (TV)
Jormungand Perfect Order (TV)
K (TV)
K-ON! (TV)
Kamisama Kiss (TV)
Kanon (TV 2/2006)
Kimagure Orange Road (TV)
Kodocha (TV)
Koro Sensei Quest! (ONA)
Labyrinth of Flames (OAV)
(The) Law of Ueki (TV)
(The) Legend of the Galactic Heroes (OAV)
Log Horizon (TV)
Lucky Star (TV)
A Lull in the Sea (TV)
Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic (TV)
Metal Fighter Miku (TV)
Michiko & Hatchin (TV)
Millennium Actress (movie)
Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin (OAV)
Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls (TV)
Mushi-Shi (TV)
My Bride is a Mermaid (TV)
My Hero Academia (TV 3)
Myriad Colors Phantom World (TV)
Nisekoi - False Love (TV)
No Game, No Life (TV)
Now and Then, Here and There (TV)
Nyan Koi! (TV)
Onsen Yōsei Hakone-chan (TV)
Pandora Hearts (TV)
Paprika (movie)
Paradise Kiss (TV)
Perfect Blue (movie)
Phantom ~Requiem for the Phantom~ (TV)
Ping Pong Club (TV)
(The) Place Promised in Our Early Days (movie)
Pokémon (TV)
Pokémon the Movie: Genesect and the Legend Awakened
Pokémon the Movie: Hoopa and the Clash of Ages
Pokemon: Jirachi Wish Maker (movie)
Pop Team Epic (TV)
Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Crystal (ONA 2014)
Rainbow - Nisha Rokubō no Shichinin (TV)
Ranma ½ (TV)
Robotics;Notes (TV)
(The) Rose of Versailles (TV)
Samurai Pizza Cats (TV)
Sasami: Magical Girls Club (TV)
(The) Seven Deadly Sins (TV)
She and Her Cat -Everything Flows- (TV)
Sherlock Hound (TV)
Shin chan (TV)
Shuffle! (TV)
Shugo Chara! (TV)
Slam Dunk (TV)
Soul Eater Not! (TV)
Space Pirate Captain Herlock The Endless Odyssey (OAV)
Squid Girl (TV)
Star Blazers (TV)
Steins;Gate 0 (TV)
Tekkaman Blade (TV)
Texhnolyze (TV)
Toradora! (TV)
Toriko (TV)
Tsuredure Children (TV)
Umineko - When They Cry (TV)
Urusei Yatsura (TV)
Vampire Princess Miyu (OAV)
Viewtiful Joe (TV)
Violinist of Hamelin (TV)
Voltron (TV)
Yona of the Dawn (TV)

Seen all Rating Comment
91 Days (TV) So-so
AD Police (OAV) Not really good It happened. I barely remember it really. It was just ultraviolent crap trying too hard to be edgy. The original Crisis was way better.
Air (TV) Not really good Side characters sounded flat, but the Monica Rial as Misuzu and Luci Christian as Haruko were beautifully done. The first several episodes are boring, generic, and involve many characters who aren't important in the long run. Yukito's fate of being polymorphed is incredibly jarring and unnecessary except to leave him out of the mother/daughter plot of the finale three episodes (which is a beautifully done side plot). I shed tears when watching the final episodes, especially the finale. It's only 12 episodes long, so maybe you should give it a shot. It's short, even though it doesn't really get good until the last quarter. Bring tissues for the finale. I wish it'd focused more on the mother/daughter relationship between Haruko and Misuzu than the moe, slice of life stuff from the initial episodes. Watch this one with your heart, not your brain. Bottom line, it's not one of the better shows out there, but I don't want to discourage anyone from seeing the things it gets right. I recommend people watch it since it's only 12 episodes and the last 3 are perfectly written. Honestly, if it was just an OVA of those three episodes, I'd give it a full-fledged recommendation.
Akira (movie) So-so The story is inventive, but nothing to write home about. I'm no "graphics-whore" (a person who gets invested in something because of the art style or animation), but I have to admit that for a movie made in the 80's, Akira holds up well. The action is intense. The ending was random, but that couldn't be helped as it was a movie based off of an (at the time) ongoing manga. Still, its lack of a proper ending hurts it in my eyes, along with some pretty forgettable characters. Had they not shouted each others names every couple of minutes, I'd never remember "TETSUO" or "KANEDA'S" names. I don't feel like I wasted any time watching it, and I might watch it again in the future. PS: I recommend watching the new dub. The Japanese is tolerable but the 80's dub is terrible (like most dubs of it's time). The new dub has Johnny Yong Bosch at least trying to do something with Kaneda's character, and because its him, I found the performance to be enjoyable. Joshua Seth as Tetsuo was okay, and for the most part everyone in the 2001 redub does a great job with their roles. If you're gonna watch this, watch it in English and don't expect a masterpiece. It's just a gory, visually appealing way to spend your time.
All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku (OAV) So-so Amusing, but not much else. Nuku Nuku is adorable though.
Amagi Brilliant Park (TV) Excellent Beautiful emotional payoff near the end. Also one of the funniest anime of the decade. I guarantee you'll love it, and it's only 12 episodes, so not much time will be used on it.
Angel Beats! (TV) Good I heard it went through production hell and got rushed, but I never knew it was that bad. I mean, the show was great, but it was clearly supposed to be longer. The last couple of episodes were paced oddly.
Anime Tenchō (OAV) Good Great commercial by Gainax. Truly the manliest thing of all time.
anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day (TV) Masterpiece A beautiful tale of loss, moving forward, accepting one's mistakes, and accepting the mistakes of others. Magnificently told, the emotions are far more than artificial, manipulative twists for the sake of shedding tears (unlike Clannad and Little Busters). One of the few anime in which I've cried watching, though I think this is the only anime that's made me cry simply by reading the lyrics of its ending song. Even more astounding, unlike most anime, this was eleven episodes. Most 12 episode anime are rushed or lack the sort of depth that they could have had, but Anohana was given the perfect amount of pacing. I'd recommend this to anyone that wants a mature anime. PS: Don't watch the movie. It's a rushed retelling of the show.
Another (TV) Decent The characters are generic, but not annoyingly so. The art is dark and the atmosphere is perfect for the kind of show it wants to be. While the characters are bland, the curse itself is incredibly fun to watch. If there's anything I can applaud this show for, its the death scenes. Still, it felt padded out. The show is 12 episodes, but it feels like it could've been wrapped up in six, maybe nine.
Arcadia of My Youth (movie) Excellent
Assassination Classroom (TV) Very good Louis-sensei weakness #1: He likes Assassination Classroom.
Assassination Classroom (TV 2) Excellent Louis-sensei Weakness #2: Koro-sensei's death makes him cry.
Attack on Titan (TV) Very good (dub & sub) It's on the lower end of "Very Good." If I could give these things sub-ratings, I'd give it a 7.5-7.8, but ANN forces me to round up.
Attack on Titan (TV 2/2017) Very good
Attack on Titan: No Regrets (OAV) Very good Seeing Levi in his darkest moments, as well as his fallen friends, was great. I loved seeing that he was more than just a quiet badass with an obsession for cleanliness. This also gives a new meaning to his relationship with his superior, Erwin.
Baccano! (TV) Excellent All the characters are either awesome (Ladd, Claire, Firo, Luck, Chane, etc.), hilarious (Jacuzzi, Nice, and of course, Isaac and Miria), or just somehow enjoyable to watch. EVERY SINGLE NAMED CHARACTER IS FUN! I'm not joking. The characters are so awesome, you'll have difficulty picking a second favorite! Isaac and Miria will almost certainly be tied for first assuming you have any taste. Oh, right... there's a plot and it's well done, but who cares? The characters are more important! They're all so much fun! The music was also the most amazing use of Jazz in an anime since Cowboy Bebop! The English Dub (which you WILL watch over the Japanese if you have any sense) is perfect. The accents are all spot on, the dialogue is spiced up perfectly enough that I've managed to trick people into believing this was one of those western cartoons that just looks like an anime (you know, like Avatar: The Last Airbender or Boondocks). Like I said before, every character is enjoyable. Even Jacuzzi Splot, who will annoy the shit out of you, is lovable by the end! Ladd is the most fun psychopath in anime history! If you watch him and you don't smile once, you're dead inside. The only downside is that it wasn't longer. Those last three episodes made me want to know more about the characters. It has a definitive ending, and a damn good one, but I still want more! This anime's only fault is that it was so good that I wanted to see more of the same awesomeness! Sigh, okay. I admit... Baccano won't appeal to everyone, but it will appeal to people who are awesome! I guess you could say that there's "too much gore," but that's less of a problem with the show itself and more of a problem with you being a massive wuss.
BECK: Mongolian Chop Squad (TV) Very good Ordinarily, I'd start off by talking about the story or characters, but I have to get one statement out of the way. This anime has the best use of English Dubbed music in anime history. It's better than the Japanese for one reason: The songs are all in Engrish for the most part anyway. The dub just switches the lyrics around so that they make sense. Anyway, this has to be the most realistic anime I've ever seen. No superpowers, no hidden conspiracies, and unlike most sports/music anime, the world doesn't revolve around the theme of the anime. Not every character is in love with music sometimes they're forced to choose between other factors in their lives (like family, work, school, and romance) or their musical careers. The bullying problem that the main character, Yukio, faces is realistically portrayed. He doesn't learn karate and kick the bullies' asses, nor does he just get the problem resolved by telling authority figures. It's honestly painful to see him go through such problems until we, the audience, are rewarded with Yukio's solution. Aside from that, the music is all done fantastically. The soundtrack is barely existent aside from when characters are playing music themselves or when it's playing over a radio. That gives Beck this sort of "real-life" atmosphere that sometimes made me forget I was even watching an anime. Granted, some people find this drier approach to the atmosphere to be boring, but I found it to be a refreshing change. When the characters are playing music, every single guitar strum, piano key, and drumstick smash is timed precisely between the animation of the characters and the music itself. There's not one "technical" error to be found except for the singing part perhaps. Each language track has a different level of quality, so I'll start by talking about the Japanese. The original Japanese sounds okay for the speaking parts, but... okay, some of the characters are either from America, or have lived in America for a long time, so they do this thing where the "American characters" speak English to each other. It's painfully obvious that the Japanese Actors are NOT fluent in English, causing them to speak in painfully bad Engrish. If that were the only error, that would be one thing. It isn't. The songs, as I've mentioned before, are also in painful Engrish because BECK is a Rock band. To the Japanese ear, I guess this sounds tolerable because it's a foreign language, so they can't tell if it's good or bad, but Americans can certainly tell that the songs are poorly sung. This just makes the English Dub more rewarding. Everyone sounds great when speaking, but the songs are endearingly heartfelt when they sing soft love songs, and full of passion when they sing awesome Rock n' Roll songs. I was especially impressed by Greg Ayres. For those who don't know, he plays mostly... nasally, whiny characters like Ganta from Deadman Wonderland, Yamazaki from Welcome to the NHK, and... that "Jewish" kid from Ghost Stories. Let me just say... I'm impressed at how well Greg Ayres can sing. He's great at it and every time I watched BECK, I looked forward to the next scene in which he sang in. Everyone else is good too, but he stood out to me as amazing. Should you watch BECK? Yes. Drop everything you're doing and buy the DVDs. Tell them Louis sent you, they'll know what you mean.
Berserk (TV) Excellent Berserk is amazing. The characters are all awesome. Everything between Guts, Griffith, and Casca feels like it was planned out by fate. The story plays out like a Greek Tragedy and feels like a complete masterstroke of writing. Even the named minor characters in the Band of the Hawk, Griffith's mercenary band, are enjoyable (except for Corkus). Griffth's friendship with Guts, however, may be more than just a "friendship." I don't wanna give anything way, but... Yaoi Fangirls may actually be justified with this "shipping." Guts and Griffith make Ciel and Sebastian look like they're "just friends." With that out of the way, the music in Berserk always fits the mood perfectly even though, to me, nothing really stands out. Nothing stands out, except of course, Forces. Forces may be the most epic choice of Background music I've ever heard in an anime outside of Attack on Titan and possibly Fate/Zero. Aside from that, the opening is in terrible Engrish so I always skipped it, and the ending theme is... I dunno because I never watched it. I watched the English Dub and the voice acting is... hit and miss. Guts sounds great, Casca sounds great, Griffith sounds... meh. Tolerable. Everyone else ranges from "okay" to "laughable" but luckily, they never come across as annoyingly bad. The dub is solid enough. "Louis. You seem to really like this anime. In fact, you said the writing was amazing. Why did you only Rate this one 'excellent' instead of calling it a 'masterpiece?'" That's simple. The ending doesn't exist! The story was going so well and drops a huge bombshell of death and horror leading up to something incredible. Right as the show gets into its darkest moment, it ends! It doesn't really end, it just stops! On a cliffhanger, no less. It's like the creators made this as a commercial to advertise their manga! "Hey kids! Wanna know what happens next? Find out... BY BUYING OUR MANGA! BWAHAHAHAHA!" If the story ended properly, I'd consider it a masterpiece beyond words. The lack of an ending ruins its rewatch value for me. Overall though, I'd recommend every see this anime at least once in your life. Provided you're not squeamish. This show has themes of rape, torture, and corruption. Also, sometimes the gore can get excessive. This is speaking especially for the event later in the series known to fans of the franchise as "The Eclipse." If you've seen Berserk, you know what I'm talking about and why this "Eclipse" may be too much for a lesser viewer to handle. Personally though, I loved Berserk all the way up until... its terrible ending. I wouldn't rewatch it, but I don't feel like it was a waste of my time to watch it in the first place. In fact, I liked it "too much." I expected a fantastic ending instead of... "TO BE CONTINUED... NOT!" Everything leading up to it was amazing, but the ending itself is not even worthy of being called an ending. Thankfully, it seems there's some intention to reboot the Berserk Franchise as a series of movies, so I'd recommend people start with this TV show and then go on to see if the movies are any better, since they skim over some details that the TV show fully explored, but at the same time, there's details left in those movies that the TV show omitted. I wouldn't say to choose the movies over the show, but instead, watch the movies after seeing the show to get the full experience.
Berserk: The Golden Age Arc I - The Egg of the King (movie) Decent Great film, but I think you'd be better off watching the show or reading the manga for the story.
Berserk: The Golden Age Arc II - The Battle for Doldrey (movie) Good Better than the first film. Guts vs 100 men was epic, but Griffith's sex scene took way longer than needed, as did the dance scene.
Berserk: The Golden Age Arc III - The Advent (movie) Excellent ...why does this thing need 10 minute long sex scenes? Either way, OH MY GOD! Epicness! The Eclipse in all its glory with no gore left censored! The dub voice actors haven't slacked off either.
Black Butler (TV) Decent The decent ranking was made for shows like this. Slow at times, often funny, easy to get invested in. The characters are likable, the tone is dark when it's serious, but light when comedic. One problem I had was that the comedy often came just before or after something dark, making it feel like the show had Mood Whiplash problems. Aside from that, Ciel and Sebastian are great, entertaining characters. Ciel's need for vengeance is surprisingly sympathetic and Sebastian's classy, badass personality and actions make for some of the most entertainment I've had watching a lesser-known anime. The English dub gives the characters fairly convincing English accents, similar to Hellsing Ultimate. The dialogue is fun as well. In fact, I never got tired of hearing Sebastian's famous catchphrase: "I'm simply one 'hell' of a butler." It's nothing deep or thought-provoking, but it's entertaining and isn't that all that really matters?
Black Butler: Book of Circus (TV) Excellent Oh god! Take every complaint I had about the first two seasons of Black Butler and shove them up your ass! This season is great and I won't hear anyone saying otherwise! Dark, tragic, classy, and hellish all in one package! Ciel going through some actual development toward the end doesn't hurt (even if it seems to be making him more of a villainous type).
Black Butler: Book of Murder (OAV) Very good Oh lord. The plot twists are actually gripping, and even if you KNOW Sebastian isn't dead, Ciel's reaction to it is convincing enough to get one emotional... which only makes the later twists even more satisfying.
Black Lagoon (TV) Very good Awesome action (I dare say it's taken to Hellsing Ultimate levels at times), cool characters (not a single one was annoying), and witty dialogue make this show one of my favorites. It's like a Hollywood summer blockbuster in anime form! The dub is "fucking" fantastic, Rock is fun to watch, Revy is always either hilarious or awesome (or both), Balalaika is freaking awesome, Roberta is badass... and the best part is that all of them have legitimate character development at one point or another. Never are you watching redshirts to the fire or walking badasses without flaws or humanity. This show can be silly, over the top, scary, and surprisingly, emotional. Revy's issues and Roberta's relationship with Garcia aside, the thing that got to me the most was the arc with Hansel and Gretel. I don't want to spoil too much (especially since this is an anime I think everyone should definitely see), but I genuinely shed a tear at the end. Making me cry is very difficult, but this show succeeded, though more often than not, it made me stand up and shout "fuck yeah" as though I were one of its many vulgar characters.
Black Lagoon: Roberta's Blood Trail (OAV) Excellent Even more action, even more gore, even more swearing, and EVEN MORE ROBERTA! This OVA series is just awesome. Seeing Roberta slowly lose herself to revenge is not only heartbreaking, but SCARY! I swear, I felt goosebumps watching this, which is something I haven't been able to admit when watching anime in a long time. The dub was, as always, great. The music was still the same awesome stuff as before, and the action was even more intense. There's more gore this time around, so if you're squeamish, tread lightly. Aside from that, enjoy this awesomeness. I don't promise much substance (it IS Black Lagoon after all), but it's still incredibly entertaining, even more so than the previous seasons.
Black Lagoon: The Second Barrage (TV) Very good More of the same awesomeness, plus some development to turn Rock into a badass.
Bleach (TV) Weak It was fun when I was a teenager, and to an extent, it's still kind of enjoyable. Let me put it this way though. If you don't like shounen anime, this won't change your mind. If you love shounen anime... this is one of those. :\ I've since outgrown it, but I still realize that it has its merits. Also, Kenpachi is still badass. 300+ episodes of pure shounen isn't really my cup of tea anymore, but if you're a teenager craving violence, you've probably already seen Bleach.
Blood Blockade Battlefront (TV) Decent I read somewhere that this was the best anime of 2015. I... have to politely disagree and say that this was "alright." I mean... is there something I'm missing here?
Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo (TV) Decent I loved it as a kid, but I've since outgrown it. It's random and silly, yes, but that's all it is. At 74 episodes, it outstays its welcome. I think what drew me to it was that it aired on Toonami alongside shounen anime. I expected another awesome action show, and instead I got fourth wall humor and pure insanity. It was so different that I loved it. It was also my first gag anime. Now that I've seen things like Excel Saga, Gintama, and hell, Fooly Cooly, Bobobo is just sorta "okay." It's certainly not bad compared to those shows. It's just... nothing spectacular.
Bokurano (TV) Good A show about 14 kids coming face to face with their own mortality is truly something to behold. Children who have the choice to "die with everyone" or "die saving everyone." These children all had unique stories up until a certain point. What stopped this anime from being a complete masterpiece in my eyes were a few hiccups in writing near the 3/4 point of the series. Suddenly two of the kids develop feelings for each other out of nowhere and... it didn't lead to anything nor was it relevant before the scene where one of those children died. It felt like contrived writing, along with a few of the other things between episodes 16 and 20. I don't want to point out anymore of the flaws because I don't want to discourage anyone from seeing it. It's a pretty underexposed gem, having come out in 2007 and to this very day, remains unlicensed and undubbed. I prefer the manga, but the anime is still a thing of beauty. It makes you question your own worth and the worth of everyone you know. It shows the world with all of its fangs and its sweet embraces. Never before has there been an anime so full of hopeless, inevitable death, yet... so full of hope as well. All of the children die (as is the premise), but most of them find a way to reach a bittersweet ending, dying without regret. The only other thing I can say is that the opening theme's lyrics and the ending themes' lyrics are all heartbreaking when you read what they truly mean and then apply it to the show. My favorite line from the opening is "It looks like I have no choice but to pretend to be a warrior who knows no fear." Again, while the show is amazing, I wish it had taken the path of the manga. Had it done that, I'd have rated it a lot higher, but as it is, it's still well worth watching.
Boruto: Naruto the Movie Very good
Bounty Dog (OAV) Awful
(The) Boy and The Beast (movie) Good Mamoru Hosoda's weakest film is still a good watch. It's just nothing compared to his others.
Bubblegum Crash (OAV) So-so Um... that happened. Not much to say. Skip this one unless you're dead set on marathoning the franchise. It's unremarkable in every way.
Bubblegum Crisis (OAV) Good Firstly, the music was amazing. The best music I've heard in a while from an OVA series. I'll have Hurricane stuck in my head for a while. Second, I loved the dynamic between all of the characters. Third, the dub was great considering what I was expecting. This is a pre-1999 dub, so I thought it would sound like monotonous shit, but it was surprisingly full of life. It's not up to today's standards, but it's great for it's time and still listenable today. Finally, this would have been a few ranks higher if it had a fun conclusion. The last episode was too open-ended considering all the conspiracies and twists that were hinted at. Still loved it. I'll probably rewatch this one some time.
Cannon Fodder (movie) Not really good Um... I fell asleep on my first watch. Memories should have probably had this first, then Stink Bomb, and held off until the finale for the epic masterpiece that is Magnetic Rose.
Carnival Phantasm (OAV) Decent After playing the Tsukihime Visual Novel and watching the Fate/Stay Night anime (and reading a few spoilers about the visual novel), I can honestly say that this OVA series is nothing but Nasuverse fanservice. That's not a bad thing, it just means that if you're not in the intended audience, you probably won't enjoy this to the fullest. There are still plenty of jokes that you can understand with only vague knowledge of the Tsukihime and Fate/Stay Night, but if you're not already a fan of at least one of those two series, you shouldn't waste your time.
Casshern Sins (TV) Not really good Depressing, full of symbolism, depressing, most characters end up dying, and the show is very depressing. I don't mean like Bokurano where you know that everyone will die. At least that show has them deal with their fates in an inspiring manner! This anime is about the apocalypse. Everyone rusts away except for Casshern, and his friends want eternal life. EXCEPT they don't. Yeah, all of the sudden, immortality is bad for some reason. I dunno... I think the message is that "Life without death is meaningless" or something, but it's so vaguely portrayed. I swear, this anime's use of symbolism is half-meaningful at times. Plus, the villains have petty motives. One just wants immortality in order to stay beautiful (or something) and the other just wants to defeat Casshern because... he wants to beat Casshern. He's basically a generic Shounen rival placed in an inappropriately dark show. I fell asleep watching this 3/4 times. I don't really recommend it to anyone unless they REALLY, REALLY like dark and depressing stories... and are masochistic towards their souls.
Castle in the Sky (movie) Excellent I'm not sure why I attach so strongly to this Miyazaki film. It was just a blast to watch. I'm not even really a big Ghibli fan (their stuff is alright, but I never saw them as the best things ever from Japan like a lot of people do), but the humor of this film connected with me. I love old Tex Avery and Hannah Barbara cartoons. Plus, the villain is played by Mark Hamill. What more can I say? PS: I loved the soundtrack, so that might have been a small bias on my part. The final scene where Laputa falls to a certain musical score gave me goosebumps when I first saw/heard it.
Children of the Whales (TV) Weak
Chobits (TV) Good Funny show with some light fanservice. I'm the kind of guy who hates fanservice anime, and this show doesn't strike me as one. It has some of the tropes associated with the Magical Girlfriend and Harem genres, but it's never a disgustingly self-insert fanservice romp like those genres are. Hideki is far from a generic Tenchi or Keitaro. He's hilarious, but well-meaning. Also, I don't say this lightly, but Chi is the most adorable character in any anime I've ever seen. Just based off her cuteness factor, she's able to make me smile more than most characters ever could. The first two thirds of the show are a little formulaic and silly, but the last part is damned good. I highly recommend this to someone who is a very patient sci-fi fan. You'll need to wait through the first 18 episodes of comedy to get to the good stuff after all.
Clannad (TV) Weak (dub), So-so (sub) If you don't like School Life romance, you might be hesitant to watch this (like I was). It's not perfect, but as "required reading" for Clannad After Story, it's engaging enough and emotional enough to set up that masterpiece. You have to invest your emotions and turn off your brain to full enjoy this one, but if that doesn't bother you, you will enjoy it.
Clannad After Story (TV) Decent (dub), Excellent (sub) My thoughts on the original Clannad are only so high because it leads up to After Story. First off, I've seen the dub for this as well, and I have to say that I was... not really impressed. Stick with the Japanese. Secondly, this anime is the most emotional anime ever. Yes, yes, that means that you'll have to watch it with your heart and not your brain, but dammit. It can make me cry. The initial 8 episodes are kind of slow, but after Tomoya graduates, it's a story about his life and the choices he makes growing up. It's interesting to follow him into adulthood. The music is heartfelt and always fits the mood of the show perfectly. The characters are... okay. I admit that aside from Tomoya, everyone is archetypal. Still, the way they're used is amazing even though Tomoya is the only one to develop. And it's perfectly fine that he's the only one shown to change. It's his story, not Nagisa's, Fuko's or Tomoyo's. The way that they worked in the girl and robot sidestory was good, although it felt a little too contrived. I can understand people's frustration with the ending, but I thought it was perfect despite the fact that it undid the tragedies that made this story so meaningful. Again, you need to watch it with your heart, not your mind. This anime is brilliant and I feel as though I'm a bit biased towards it. Maybe it's not a truly perfect masterpiece like the other things on my "Masterpiece" list, but everyone should try it out anyway! This show is great! Fantastic even! I'm glad I finally sat down and watched it!
Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion (TV) Excellent Awesome protagonist. Lelouch is basically Light Yagami mixed with a Gundam protagonist or something. Plus, he's got plenty of redeeming qualities. He's most definitely an anti-hero and not an evil prick. The relationship between him and Suzaku is handled masterfully. The way they both take darker, more controversial actions as the series progresses made me keep coming back to it. Every character has a purpose (except Rivalz) and they all served their purposes well. Every episode ended with some sort of plot twist that never felt contrived in the slightest. The voice acting is amazing in Japanese, especially with Lelouch's seiyuu, but the dub does things almost as well. Some of the side characters sound so-so in the dub, but the main three (Lelouch, Suzaku, and CC) all sound fantastic. Johnny Yong Bosch took a little bit longer than expected to grow into his role as Lelouch (he sounds just a smidge too innocent in the beginning) but after the first ten episodes, he gets just as passionate about the role as his seiyuu counterpart. I still get chills when I hear his final faceoff with Suzaku. The way Lelouch shouts "SUZAKU" in the dub is far more intimidating than the Japanese version in my mind. Had the anime ended definitively here instead of on a cliffhanger, it would be a masterpiece.
Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 (TV) Very good This was difficult for me. Due to plot contrivances, characters acting in ways I'd normally never suspect (and not in a good way), and info-dumps that made no sense, I feel that it was inferior to season one of Code Geass, however, due to the amazing first episodes and masterful ending, I can't rate it any lower than this. Even if you hate Mecha anime, you should watch Code Geass for the ending alone. This is one of the most perfect endings to an anime I've ever seen. It easily makes my top 3 alongside Cowboy Bebop and Madoka Magica. I refuse to talk about why it's overall inferior to the first half. Instead, I want everyone to see both seasons just to marvel at how perfect they managed to build up to that ending.
Cowboy Bebop (TV) Masterpiece The art is beautiful, the music is stellar, the voice acting (and I prefer the English) is perfect. The stories are all above average except for two episodes, and I loved all of the main characters except Faye. The characters all speak few words while conveying everything they need to. Never is there a contrived exposition or internal monologue to convey the emotions of a character. Everything is conveyed through actions or cleverly worded, natural dialogue. It has a slow start, but the ending episodes are so perfect that it makes the viewer appreciate the journey, discovering more upon each rewatch. While I probably don't appreciate it as much as most people (it wasn't one of my first anime so it lacks the value of nostalgia for me that most people have for it) I'd still recommend this to anyone with a mature mind.
Cowboy Bebop: The Movie Excellent A 90 minute long, cinematic quality episode of Cowboy Bebop. The characters are still awesome, the music is even better than in the series, Steve Blum and Beau Billingslea add life to Spike and Jet as much as they did in the series. The new villain, Vincent, is one hell of a badass. The story is nothing new, but still fun to watch. Still...this movie is not perfect and, as a fair critic, I must review the pros and cons of everything I talk about. Even the things I love may not escape my critical wrath (sorry Cowboy Bebop). My major issue is with Vincent. He's awesome, but at one point of the movie, he captures Faye and never finishes her off (shut up, this has nothing to do with my dislike of Faye). He has no convincing reason to spare her, but decides to pull the classic James Bond villain mistake. It felt like he kept her alive because the story needed her to stay alive, rather than for his own convenience. My other issue is with the lack of the Bebop crew themselves. Spike aside, no one's around. Jet and Ed are barely focused upon and Faye spends most of the movie being held captive by Vincent. Do these flaws ruin the movie? Hell no. Go watch it right now! These flaws hardly bothered me and I doubt they'll ruin anyone else's enjoyment of the film!
Cromartie High School (TV) Very good There isn't much to say aside from that this is basically Excel Saga humor in smaller doses. One episode alone will tell you if this is your thing, and for me, it was ideal. Sadly, the DVDs are kinda pricey. The dub script delivered perfectly, as ADV always would. (RIP ADV Films.)
Daicon films (special) Excellent OH GOD! GAINAX'S FIRST ANIME IS A BEAUTY TO WATCH! If you love animated music videos, DON'T pass this up.
Danganronpa The Animation (TV) Good Fun anime. I hear the game is better, but this kept me pretty engaged. Nothing to despair over here.
Darker than Black (TV) Excellent Hei is badass. The fights are marvelously choreographed. The sub and dub are both marvelously acted. Bones never fails to animate beautifully. The music is awe-inspiring at points. None of the two-episode arcs are ever bad. You could say that the final arc was rushed, but I still loved it overall. I'd recommend this to action fans and anyone who loves episodic shows more so than overarching stories. This is the anime equivalent of Batman: The Animated Series + A Live Action Crime Show.
Deadman Wonderland (TV) Good A great premise with good characters and a fun way of executing its plot falls victim to a deadly disease! The dreaded "Read The Manga Ending!" If you're a shallow loser who doesn't care about the plot and just wants to see some gore, go watch this and enjoy it to the fullest (loser). For the rest of us, we can either read the manga or keep protesting in the streets for a "Deadman Wonderland Brotherhood."
Deadman Wonderland (OAV) Good The same great technical aspects of the show. The story revolves around Senji, "Crow," who was by far the best character in the original series and manga. The story feels a bit unnecessary, but that's why it's an OVA. It's a good thing they didn't take time out of the original series to show this, otherwise it would've felt out of place. I thoroughly enjoyed it, but it makes me more hungry for a remake of the anime.
Death Note (TV) Very good It would've been excellent if the show didn't drop in quality at the 2/3 way point. I don't wanna spoil anything that happened at that exact moment, but let's just say that a certain letter of the alphabet got removed. -.- Despite this, the show is still amazing. The music was addicting as hell, the voice acting was delightfully over the top in both languages, and the ending was satisfying as hell. I won't spoil how it ends, but it's worth getting through the shitty Mello/Near arc to get to it. Light and L are entertaining characters, but everyone else is just sorta... okay. Ryuk is also fun, but not nearly as involved (unless you want to take into account that without Ryuk, there'd be no plot to begin with). It's not deep or thought-provoking, but the mind game between Light and L is something that I'd love to see more of in anime. There should be an entire genre about mind games and psychological warfare. It was a genius set up which was brilliantly executed. Entertaining as hell and never TRULY boring, the last third just wasn't as fun as the first parts of the show.
Death Note (live-action TV) Very good Surprisingly, I think this had a better story than the anime/manga. The production was just... low-budget. If they combined the epic animation and acting of the anime with the story of this, we could have something amazing.
Death Note Relight - Visions of a God (special) So-so Just the first two thirds of Death Note with some extra scenes condensed into a movie. Not much to say. I loved the bit with L's funeral and Light's extra asshole tendencies.
Death Note Relight 2 - L's Successors (special) So-so Um... I liked the extra scenes here and there, but really this is just a way to watch Death Note when you're short on time.
Death Parade (TV) Excellent Awesome games! Tense struggles! A pretty cool and realistic portrayal of how people will act when they think they're risking their lives. It shows humanity at its bleakest and I love it! Of course, the plot episodes (the ones that actually moved things along instead of just playing arbiter games) were actually the weakest link here. Ironically.
Denpa teki na Kanojo (OAV) Good A fairly interesting mystery OVA series based off a novel which will probably never be brought over to the states. My only complaint is that I wish there was more than two episodes. It's thoroughly entertaining and managed to keep my interest. Still, being an OVA, it can get pretty gory. That didn't bother me, but I warn the squeamish to tread lightly.
(The) Devil is a Part-Timer! (TV) Good They'd damn well better make another season of this comedy gold! PS: Funimation's dub was awesome.
Devilman (OAV) Weak (dub), Not really good (sub) What if I told you that there was a show about a boy who transforms into a demon called "Devilman" in order to fight other demonic creatures and save the Earth? What if I told you that this anime has a crap ton of gore and fighting? You might expect it to be silly. You might expect it to be crazy. Hell, you might just expect it to be completely insane. What you wouldn't expect is that it would be completely boring to sit through. In that way, Devilman defies expectations. The characters are poorly written and clumsily developed. No. I wouldn't call it development on Rio's part. One moment he wants to kill the demons and then the next time we see him, he's pondering whether or not the humans are the real monsters without any real build up or foreshadowing leading up to it. The voice acting ranges from average to terrible. Several plot points are contradicted (Rio says that only demons can harm demons... yet a gun manages to blow a demon's face off and kill it rather easily...). The story ends on a cliffhanger. I'm not mad though. It's not as though it left me wanting more. In fact, I'm grateful that it ended so painlessly.
Digimon Adventure (TV) Decent Okay for a kid's show. I think JesuOtaku (Aka, Hope Chapman) might have had her nostalgia-boner a bit too hard for it when she gave it her multi-hour long review. If you ask me, it's better than Pokemon, but I wouldn't say that this has hit any new ground as far as kid's anime is concerned. The dub should have been taken more seriously, but it was a good effort for its time. My only peeve is the musical score in the English Version. I want whoever decided to use such terrible music to be hanged (or at least fired).
Digimon Adventure 02 (TV) Not really good Plot holes, stupid character decisions, poor dub script, slightly better use of music than the original series' dub, great ideas gone to waste. At the time of writing this, I've only seen three seasons of Digimon (the two Adventures and Tamers) and this is my least favorite. Not much to say. I can't get too passionate about it. I mean, it's just a kids show. Not even a dark or cool kind, just an alternative to Pokemon.
Digimon Adventure tri.: Reunion (movie) Good (sub), Very good (dub)
Digimon Tamers (TV) Very good IMO, this didn't HAVE to be 50 episodes. It could have been 24, maybe 36 at most. It was bogged down by too many Monster of the Week things, which is typical for the type of show it is. Still, I loved it when the show got darker. Calumon was always adorable, and for once, I had no issues with this dub. Guilmon is impossible to watch without a massive smile. The scary stuff that somehow got passed Saban's localization was friggin' scary. This is probably the second or third darkest Kid's anime I've ever seen (first is Princess Tutu, and second might be Gash Bell if you count it as a children's anime more than a Shounen). I love it and it's probably the only Digimon anime I've seen thus far that might warrant a rewatch. My only issue? DIGI-MODIFY! They do that way too much, it takes over a minute, and it usually NEVER resolves the battle. It's there to sell toys and cards. That is all. Also, I preferred the Japanese opening for this one, but the acting itself could go either way. "Wanna Be the Biggest Dreamer" is just too amazing.
(The) Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya (movie) Masterpiece One of my top 3 favorite anime films of all time. Easily my favorite film based off an anime series. My feelings towards the original Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya are mixed. I felt as though there was plenty of untapped potential that the series wasn't reaching. This movie captured all of the potential and more. Kyon is thrust into a world without Haruhi and the supernatural presences that surround her. This leads us, the audience, to seeing Kyon's most vulnerable moments as he sinks further and further into his desperation to fix things. The emotion behind Kyon's actions is portrayed masterfully by Crispin Freeman. Every scene is executed with a sense of meaning. Watching Kyon develop from a snarky, easily annoyed everyman to an active member of the SOS Brigade is an immense treat. The technical aspects of this film are also fantastic. The music is stuff you'd expect from a serious drama, which this is, without a doubt. Every plot point is used perfectly. This show is several miles, no, countries past what the series was. When I first heard of this franchise, I thought I'd hate it. Watching the original series only confirmed most of my worries. Now that I've seen this movie, I'm glad I gave this franchise a chance. I recommend it to everyone. It's well worth sitting through the first two seasons of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya to experience this beautiful piece of art. While some people may be annoyed by the slow pacing in the first third, I was fully engaged throughout. I hope that the franchise continues now. I want more films like this to be made.
Dominion Tank Police (OAV) So-so Again, pretty fun watch. I just wish it was more. I don't see myself rewatching it, but I giggled a few times. Also, it had a catchy dub opening.
Dragon Ball (TV) Very good One of my first anime. The feeling of bliss brightens my face every time I watch Kid Goku's journey. This is the first anime I ever bought on DVD and I don't regret it. As a child, I loved it. As an adult, I'll pass my DVDs down to whatever child I end up having. While some of the content may be mature (mostly the humorous scenes with Master Roshi), this show is without a doubt, whimsical fun. Unlike DBZ, which I feel took itself too seriously, this show had the perfect balance of comedy and action. The English dub is great. The music is fun, especially the English opening. For an old, often copied shounen anime, this still holds up very well.
Dragon Ball GT (TV) Weak Uninspired trash. Goku is the only character allowed to do anything. While Toriyama occasionally let Gohan and Vegeta have the spotlight, Toei Animation seemed to fanboy over Goku being the hero to the extent that he's really the only one capable of putting up a decent fight against the villain. Whoever the CEO or producer of Toei Animation is/was at the time, I'm certain that his boyfriend has spiky hair, an orange gi, and a flying yellow cloud. Clearly this was a favor to that boyfriend and nothing else. Although, if I had to say something nice about it... the JAPANESE opening is very pretty. The stupid rap that the dub thought would make this show "Hip with the kids" is probably worse than cancer.
Dragon Ball GT: A Hero's Legacy (special) Not really good Boring pandering. Emotionally manipulative. Vague about Goku's current status. It's a special nobody wanted and Toei Animation gave us the PRIVILEGE to watch a stupid special.
Dragon Ball Movie 4: The Path to Power Decent A retelling of the Red Ribbon Army arc with some updated visuals and acting. I personally enjoyed it, but it doesn't really have a reason to exist.
Dragon Ball Z (TV) Decent I don't wanna say it's bad. It's a good action show that newer anime tend to steal from. It's the co-defining Shounen anime. Naruto, Bleach, One Piece, Fairy Tail, Hunter X Hunter, Yu Yu Hakusho, and many others have spawned from it. I loved it as a kid but... it's really nothing more than action. The comedy from the original is toned down a lot. I'm especially disappointed at how the human Z-Fighters are useless. Hell, basically the non-saiyans are all useless. Depressing really. Still, it's a fun watch. Over the top action, shounen cliches in good taste, and Funimation's delightful script. It's the ultimate gateway drug for kids and violence craving teenagers.
Dragon Ball Z Kai (TV) Good Not much to say. The animation isn't really updated. I expected an FMA Brotherhood style remake, but instead they just sorta... did the exact same fights the exact same way, but without filler moments. They also edited out some of the gore. My biggest complaint is that the OPENING looks freaking stellar, but the actual show looks exactly as it did in the 80's and 90's except for some very minor differences. The most impressive thing is Funimation's voice actors. While I don't like some of the replacements for characters whose voice actors quit, retired, or just weren't available, the dialogue is great. It's edgier and truer to the Japanese without feeling forced. Still, it's just DBZ again. Plus, if you're watching the Japanese version instead, you're not getting much out of this.
Dragon Ball Z: Bardock - The Father of Goku (special) Decent An interesting look at Goku's father. That's all I can say. He's pretty cool.
Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods (movie) Good Hilarious. Vegeta's bingo scene alone makes it worth every moment.
Dragon Ball Z: Bio-Broly (movie 11) Weak This movie was lame. Lame. Lame. Lame. It's just boring. Bio Broly? Really? It feels like a crappy Naruto Filler arc, not a full length movie of any sort. No redeeming qualities, but nothing in this movie is so bad that it pushes it any further than being a forgettable waste of time. It's not terrible or painful to sit through. It's just unnecessary.
Dragon Ball Z: Bojack Unbound (movie 9) So-so It's all the same as most of these movies, but this one raises a question. Goku can instant transmission out of Other World while he's still dead? How? That's only "Breaking a rule" and not "Breaking the laws of physics"? Why can't he do that more often then? He's purehearted but he's no rule follower!
Dragon Ball Z: Broly - Second Coming (movie 10) Not really good Generic shounen film. Not really much to say about it. Fans will enjoy it. Nonfans won't. It's just something Toei through out there to appease the fans. Broly apparently suffered some sort of brain damage since the previous movie. He went from saying things like "Monster...? No. I am the devil!" to replacing his entire vocabulary with "KAKAROT!" He's just a one-note machine in this film. They took a flat, but somewhat badass character and turned him into a Fate/Stay Night Berserker. Aside from that... there were two great scenes that make this movie memorable. One was Trunks peeing on Broly's head and the other... okay. I don't wanna spoil this for whoever hasn't seen the movie yet, but Piccolo saves Gohan as he does in every movie, but... there's a surprise this time. I won't spoil it. It makes it worth the hour and a half of shounen pandering just to laugh your ass off at "Piccolo" saving Gohan.
Dragon Ball Z: Broly - The Legendary Super Saiyan (movie 8) Decent Complaints go first: The title spoils the plot twist. For the first two thirds, they're searching for the Legendary Super Saiyan? Who could it be? Paragus' son is too weak. It can't possibly be Broly. Hm... now in the movie called Broly: The Legendary Super Saiyan, who could the LEGENDARY SUPER SAIYAN BE!? HMMMM... HMSDJGDSLSDKAJFLKJ! AAAAARGH!!!!! Aside from that retarded shit, Broly is a badass villain. One note and generic as he is, he's freaking awesome and scary as he gives the Z-fighters a brutal beatdown. Also, give Vic Mignogna credit. He's got some range going from Broly's voice to Edward Elric's voice.
Dragon Ball Z: Cooler's Revenge (movie 5) Weak Yeah. Anime is pretty cool, but Frieza's brother is Cooler.
Dragon Ball Z: Dead Zone (movie 1) Good Doesn't fit into the timeline, but I liked it. Maybe the inclusion of the Power Pole and Nimbus just got enough of my Dragonball nostalgia to make me smile.
Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn (movie 12) So-so Generic shounen movie, but seeing Gogeta for... 2 minutes was pretty cool. Two hilarious moments make it worth while though. First, Veku (Goku and Vegeta's failed fusion). Second... Goten and Trunks vs the Nazis.
Dragon Ball Z: Lord Slug (movie 4) Weak Recycled King Piccolo: DBZ Movie Style. Also, Namekians are weak to whistling. That's just lame.
Dragon Ball Z: Plan to Destroy the Saiyajin (OAV) Not really good Eh... it was alright. I... I can't muster up the brain power to think. So many DBZ comments in a row. It... hurts me. Please... end it now.
Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' (movie) Decent Eh... weird that a laser can hurt Goku at this point, but it was still nice to see all the original DB characters be given something to do, even if they were just fighting mooks. Frieza becoming that powerful is beyond ludicrous, but I guess Toriyama is writing these for money, not to get a good story out there.
Dragon Ball Z: Super Android 13! (movie 7) Weak Neh. WHY DO I HAVE TO KEEP DOING THIS!? Just like all the other movies, this is generic shounen trash/gold! If you like the franchise, you'll like this. If not, you won't. It's predictable, but works as a quick distraction from something with some actual depth! Are my comments about DBZ movies over? Not until the fish jumps! I'm still waiting for that damned fish!
Dragon Ball Z: The History of Trunks (special) Decent An interesting look at Trunks' timeline. It's actually engaging considering that it shaped Future Trunks' character. The alternate timeline Androids are frightening. The way they treat humanity's extinction as a game is equal parts horrific, and a source of black comedy. Overall, I think it's a step above most of the movies and specials from the Dragonball Franchise. I loved it.
Dragon Ball Z: The Return of Cooler (movie 6) Weak This movie was more suspenseful than most, since it actually looks like Cooler is going to defeat Goku and Vegeta, but then... stuff happens. Aside from that, and some comic relief from Roshi and Oolong, this movie is forgettable.
Dragon Ball Z: The Tree of Might (movie 3) So-so Sad how they set all the Z-fighters up to fight Turles' guys, and Toei doesn't even throw the humans a bone. They're up against pathetic grunts and still get their asses kicked. I'd love it if Tien and Krillin could beat up the grunts, but then Turles kicked their asses, but the fact that Goku had to save them from Turles' little bitches is just... upsetting. Aside from the way they demean the human characters more than usual, it's a pretty generic film as always. Though the Tree of Might idea was original, it's used as just another plot device for the villain to get stronger. That's all that matters in Shounen World. Strong guys fighting stronger guys to get stronger in a world of strength when strong people happen to pass by.
Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest (movie 2) Weak Meh. It was nice to see Roshi in action again. That's all. Predictable structure. No place in the canon timeline.
Dragon Ball Z: Wrath of the Dragon (movie 13) Decent This one had better writing than the other films. It's nothing spectacular, but for Dragonball Z, it's actually kind of nice to see some thought put into the story. Trunks and Tapion's relationship is kind of heartwarming to watch. Other than that though, the movie is as you'd expect.
Dragon Ball: Episode of Bardock (special) Decent Interesting What-if story, even if it makes no sense. Whatever though. I'm finally done with the DBZ related crap. Thank GOD!
Dragon Half (OAV) Good Amusing. Nothing to write home about. The main character is clearly Excel in the dub though, so... I guess that's something that I noticed. It's two episodes long and I'm not really asking for more.
Durarara!! (TV) Good THE FIRST HALF WAS AWESOME! I LOVED ALL THE CHARACTERS! ALL OF THEM! SHIZUO, IZAYA, SIMON, THOSE OTAKUS THAT HUNG OUT WITH STEVE BLUM'S CHARACTER! All of the characters were awesome except... no...! NO!!! DON'T FOCUS ON THE HIGH SCHOOLERS! NOOOO! THE SECOND HALF IS RUINED! HOW DARE YOU, DURARARA! I LOVED YOU AND YOU BETRAYED ME! NOOOOO!!!!! YOU WILL PAY! YOU WILL PAY!!!!!!!!
Durarara!!×2 Ketsu (TV) Very good Izaya is an asshole and I love it.
Durarara!!×2 Shō (TV) Very good Izaya vs Shizuo! Final battle! Epic! Love it! Mikado is also still more interesting as a crime lord than a normal high school kid.
Durarara!!×2 Ten (TV) Good Woot! Mikado is actually getting interesting. Also, more cool characters to watch~! Who doesn't love Izaya's sisters?
Eiken (OAV) Worst ever I.. don't even know what the fuck this was about! Some girls want some spineless wimp named Densuke (whose name the dub can't even pronounce correctly) to join the Eiken club (which has a name that the dub can only pronounce every one out of three times correctly. "What's the Eiken Club? What do they do? Why do they want Densuke to join?" Well, I don't wanna spoil anything for you, but NONE OF THOSE QUESTIONS ARE ADDRESSED! Oh god, the plot is awful. Even for a "comedy" ova (which in itself is just borderline hentai, but I'll get to that later) this is just annoying. Most of it is just fanservice, if you can call it that. It really just felt like I was raped by watching this. My eyes require therapy, because this so called "Fanservice" doesn't service me at all! It's just disgustingly disproportionately sized breasts flopping up and down (with the largest pair being on a twelve year old girl) as the main character is subject to having them shoved in his face every five seconds. It's everything that annoyed me about Tenchi Muyo and Love Hina, without the parts that I actually enjoyed! And getting back to the voice acting... the Japanese voice track is annoying! OH! But the English... somehow managed to be even worse. Everyone sounds annoying, or flat, or ROBOTIC! And no one can pronounce Japanese names properly! Densuke=Den-skei. Not Den-soo-kay! 60 minutes long and it feels like I've been tortured for years! I feel like Griffith from Berserk right before the Eclipse! They probably didn't do anything to him in that torture chamber! The torturer just made him watch this OVA and Griffith trying desperately to commit suicide, tortured himself to get away from a world where this horrid piece of filth exists. Aside from the terrible story and non-existent characters (they're more like... archetypes for characters), the music was... weird. I don't even remember most of it. I just remember one track that played when the teacher and Densuke tripped and fell (people who saw this will know why I remembered that). Ugh... I don't usually comment on the animation because an amazing story and fun characters normally allows me to overlook small flaws. This time though... I'm going to point out everything wrong with this piece of shit. The animation is very limited when it comes to anything besides the characters' breasts. They do that thing where the animators only animate their mouths moving while talking and sometimes, they take it a step further and loop the animation from other scenes! Plus, the breast sizes are inconsistent. I... feel like a pervert for noticing, but SENSEI at one moment is surprisingly normal sized in the chest and the next she's... MASSIVE. Ugh... enough about Breasts, despite it CLEARLY being the main appeal of the show. Animation this bad for an OVA is insulting. From my experience, OVAs tend to have a good animation budget because they don't have to spread it out carefully over 24 episodes. With that said, this is pathetic. This is almost pornographic in content! One more thing that's of slight "interest" is that Densuke, the main character, is voiced by Bryce Papenbrook! Bryce is a talented actor. He's played many heroic characters in anime and if you haven't heard his voice, I suggest that you check out his work. While I didn't care for Sword Art Online, he brought so much life to Kirito, and his work as Eren Jaeger is fantastic. With that said... I think this anime might be Bryce Papenbrook's old shame. His voice does nothing for me here. Everyone else sounds like shit, but he sounds especially bad. Well... so does everyone else. Anyway, this is one of the few anime that I can say pained me to sit through. I don't usually say this, but I assume that most people who enjoy this sort of anime are probably depraved, disgusting people. I'm not saying that's certain but... I don't wanna meet you guys if you liked this piece of filth. I hate both it, and anyone who enjoyed it. Igh... now I feel dirty for rewatching it for the sake of making proper criticisms. :'(
El Hazard - The Magnificent World (OAV) Decent
Elfen Lied (TV) Not really good Eh... I didn't hate it. It's just not as awesome as I expected it to be. The characters are mostly dumbasses, the gore is a bit TOO over the top (and I've thoroughly enjoyed Hellsing Ultimate and Berserk), the voice acting in both languages is kind of lifeless (but the English script writing is somewhat lower in quality than the Japanese), and the exposition is excessive. Never can the audience simply enjoy an emotional scene for what it is. We must have it explained to us why we should care and why one character feels a certain way about another. Sad moments are forced. Especially with Lucy's backstory. It feels like her life was contrived so that she'd hate humanity. Bullies beating a puppy to death is not a great tragedy, it's just emotionally manipulative writing. To give an example of brilliant tragic writing, Kiritsugu Emiya's backstory in Fate/Zero (episodes 18 and 19 if I recall correctly) is amazingly well-written without feeling manipulative. It explains why Kiritsugu acts the way he does, but does it in such a way that it felt like an inevitable fate rather than contrived writing. If you found the deaths Kiritsugu had to cause and the loved ones he lost to be sad, then that's great. But even if you didn't, you could still admit that his childhood and adolescent years built up to the current point flawlessly. There was a sense of grey to the morality of Kiritsugu's allies and enemies. Never was he 100% right in his actions, nor were the people he killed 100% evil. Some were people who he killed because he had to, not because he wanted to. In Lucy's case, it felt like the world was against her. It feels like this script is fanfiction written by a Lucy fan who also happens to be racist against humanity (however that works). Lucy is a good little girl who was simply corrupted by those big bad humans because they are evil and she is just a poor victim of bullying. Finally, those slice of life/moe moments (and entire episodes) where Lucy (or Nyu, if you will) is bonding with Kouta. They feel out of place, despite the fact that these scenes can occasionally be silly and even heartwarming (or rather, would be heartwarming had it not been for the exposition factor I mentioned earlier). Also, Kouta's voice actor, at least in the dub, sounds too freaking old. Look at Kouta and then listen to his voice. You won't need to hear the Japanese version first to know that his voice does NOT belong over that body. Okay, that's enough hating. I'm now going to say what Elfen Lied does right. First off, the action scenes are actually pretty cool! Lucy herself is a fairly badass character, even if I disagree with her personality as Nyu. (Speaking of which, the reason she always reverts back to being Nyu is called Contrived Writing.) There's a certain sense of satisfaction that the audience (or maybe it's just me) gets from watching moe, cute, big-eyed characters getting their limbs chopped off. That aside, the action isn't the best I've seen out of an anime. I mean, it's no Black Lagoon or anything. The music is amazing despite my complaints about other areas of the show, the audio is used to perfection. It has one of the best openings of all time, but the emotional scenes only get a reaction out of me because the music is there. Especially during scenes where they remix the opening, the music is all amazing. So, should you watch it? That depends. If you want a brilliant story, no. If you like action and gore no matter how dumb the story is, then you'll love it. I personally prefer a good story... so... meh. Plus, this has a "read the manga" ending. If you don't know what that is, it's basically when an anime ends prematurely because it wants you to read the manga or light novel it was based off of. In other words, if you don't like being left hanging, read the manga or skip out on this show entirely.
ERASED (TV) Very good Pretty good even though the killer's identity is more obvious than the one from Who Framed Roger Rabbit. The emotional parts worked wonders though. Kayo is adorable and if you don't just wanna protect her, you're dead inside.
Eureka Seven (TV) Good An amazing combination of Shounen and Romance. Renton and Eureka are amazing characters, as are most of the Gekko's crew. Anemone and Dominic had a pretty enjoyable relationship too. I only had two major problems with the characters. One was... those god damned kids. Eureka has three children who she adopted and... they easily rank in the top 5 most annoying anime characters I've ever seen. They pull pranks on Renton (you know, those cartoonish pranks that would get a lesser man killed and are actually extremely dangerous, such as shaking a ladder while Renton is on the top...), insult him, and whine about their mommy having her feelings hurt by him just to make Renton feel like shit even if he didn't do anything wrong. In an early episode, Renton finds out why they're treating him like shit (they don't want to lose their "mommy" to him), and by the end... they seem to learn their lesson about being ASSHOLES and warm up to him. Cute, right? Fuck that. The story seems to have forgotten about that entirely. This isn't just a minor annoyance. These kids are part of Renton and Eureka's character arcs and play a somewhat important role in their blooming romance! As such, you'd think they'd get less annoying, but nope. I'd honestly have no issue if these kids were murdered! Even in the final episodes where they OFFICIALLY like Renton enough to call him "Daddy" I just glared at the screen and said "No. Don't try to flip this around. It's too late. I hate all of you." The only other major problem I had was with Holland. He's... kind of an abusive asshole to Renton. That's not to say that the entire crew isn't guilty of this from time to time, but their assholish behavior towards Renton is mostly just teasing and playing genuinely funny pranks (Renton's ramen delivering mission had me laughing my ass off). With Holland always screaming at Renton for disobeying incredibly minor orders in order to save someone else's ass (usually Eureka's or Holland's own) or PUNCHING him for no justifiable reason, it's hard to sympathize with him. It's true that Holland stops being an abusive dickhead halfway through but... keep in mind, this is a 50 episode long anime. That means it takes 20 or so episodes for him to stop abusive Renton. That's longer than some entire anime. I'd say the worst part was when he punches Renton for wanting to ride some waves at a certain place... I don't even remember the details (I've only seen it once at the time I'm typing this), but apparently something about his past in the military meant that Holland punched a 15 year old kid because of some trauma he faced. I wouldn't really mind it as much if he gave Renton a serious apology. Renton is the bigger man for moving on, and honestly... when he runs away from the Gekko and lives with the Bean Couple for a few episodes, I didn't blame him AT ALL. He's never as annoying as Eureka's kids as there's always a certain feeling that his abuse is supposed to be seen as wrong, plus he is actually a badass, but it's difficult to just move past his acts of child abuse. The villain doesn't really get the spotlight until the end, but he's enjoyable for what we do see of him. As for the plot, it's well-written and fun, but never delves into anything too thought provoking. It's shounen after all. I will say that it's an amazing love story. Not a single romance is brought out of nowhere. Every character interaction is built up, or if it's a pre-established relationship, the audience still gets a flashback of how the couple met. I'm not into romance shows, but for what it was, the romance here was engaging. While the mech battles (mechas on giant hoverboards to be exact) were good, the main appeal of this show is the characters. I enjoyed all of them (except for those three wastes of sperm that Eureka wastes her time with). Even Holland was enjoyable throughout when you take out the child abuse stuff. In fact, a few minor characters of the Gekko had a lot of unused potential. Especially Moondoggie and Matthew (Mattieu?). Above all else, this show is optimistic. I don't mean like Cardcaptor Sakura's tone where everything is happy. I mean... this anime can get dark at times, but the amount of idealism that shines through it is childish, but that's part of it's charm. It was able to make me crack a smile several times just from the scenes between Eureka and Renton. Hell, sometimes, the music alone can make me grin because I know something awesome is about to happen. Finally, the ending was great. Nothing groundbreaking, but still an extremely rewarding experience. It has a very slow start though, taking 20 episodes to get good. After episode 20 though, it's highly memorable. Aside from the great characters and good story, the music is awesome, the animation is awesome for 2005/2006, and the voice acting is pretty good too. I wouldn't write it off because of the slow start, but at the same time, I know how skeptical a person would probably get if I said that it gets better after 20 episodes. The start isn't awful though, so if you enjoy that, you'll love the rest.
Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone (movie) Excellent Not much to say except that it was awesome. It's just the first several episodes of the original EVA series put into a high-budget movie. Those episodes were pretty good, but with improved voice acting and animation, it's phenomenal. The dub is perfect, the music is great, and the emotion is heartfelt. I was in awe at the climax. Simply amazing work.
Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance (movie) Excellent Even better than the first movie! The plot diverges from the original anime, giving very welcome changes. Shinji is a freaking badass! Yeah, he whines a little, but none of it is unjustified (Gendo making Eva Unit 01 nearly kill Asuka was frustrating to watch). The action gave me freaking goosebumps! The music, especially the song in the climax, "Give Me Wings," is masterfully composed. I shed a tear during the climax. The twist at the end is making me eager for the next film, but sadly, Funimation is taking their sweet time releasing it.
Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo (movie) So-so
Excel Saga (TV) Excellent Hilarious. This is the highlight of what a gag anime can be. Excel can get annoying at times, yes, but I feel that's the point. Aside from that, EVERYONE is hilarious from Pedro, his Sexy Wife, Sandora, The Great Will of the Macro-cosmos, to That Man. If I had to pick a standout, it'd definitely be Lord Il Palazzo, who I am saluting right now. HAIL IL PALAZZO! The humor definitely isn't for everyone, but it certainly made me laugh. Strangely enough, a few scenes actually had an emotional impact on me. This show can actually take itself seriously sometimes without losing its good sense of humor. I know not everyone will love it, but I recommend that everyone give it a try. They'll know if it's for them by the end of the first episode. On a side note, that opening still won't leave my head...
Fairy Tail (TV) So-so It started off as a pretty good shounen. There was a lot of comedy, and a little too much fanservice, but nothing too bad. The characters were archetypal, but entertaining. In fact, it stayed exciting to watch through the Tenroujima arc, which ended at around episode 130 or so. And then came a long filler arc... and after that, a tournament arc with too much padding. There's fanservice and unfunny humor all over the place. And aside from that, Lucy, who was the most annoying character, is being promoted to the focus of the series. It lost my interest by the end, and Fairy Tail 2014 is getting even worse. It's becoming less of a shounen action and more of a shounen action harem show. The music is addictive though. Worse than the fanservice, the fights are getting old. Fairy Tail's guild is too overpowered. They never lose. They'll get the shit beat out of them, supposedly lose, stand up, make a friendship speech, and then win their fight, usually in one hit. Power level consistency should be the one thing a shounen anime can get right. At one moment, Natsu is beating Laxus up because of the power of friendship, and in a later arc, Laxus puts up a better fight against the big bad than the whole of Team Natsu combined. And then there's Happy, who beats the shit out of an enemy guild with FISH. Is Happy supposed to be a badass? Was that to emphasize how weak this guild is? Was it suppose to be funny? (It wasn't.) I don't want to rant because people love this anime a lot. If I had to guess, Fairy Tail and Naruto are, to this generation, what One Piece, DBZ, and Yu Yu Hakusho were to me as a kid. I'll end it at "It has it's appeal, but it's not for me." Maybe you'll like it. I outgrew it.
Fairy Tail (OAV) Not really good Meh. "Funny" but it gets old fast. It relies too much on fanservice as its humor. I'm growing to hate this anime more and more...
Fairy Tail (TV 2/2014) Not really good The end of the Magic Games was pathetic and forced. That entire final battle is all I needed to see. Erza wins a fight in one slash because she's Erza. "What did you expect? That's our Erza! No one can beat Fairy Tail! We're awesome!" This is not an anime or manga storyline. This is fanfiction written by Fairy Tail's #1 fan! Everyone respects the guild unconditionally and yields to them for no reason. Minerva ACTUALLY saved Lector because... I DON'T KNOW! Wouldn't it be a more effective move as a villain to have her lie to Sting about saving Lector? If she lied about it and used Sting by manipulating her, it would've been an in-character, perfectly believable, yet despicable plot as a villain. Plus, Sting's plan of standing around doing nothing while the protagonists exhaust themselves is BULLSHIT. First off, if he went through with it, he'd get his ass kicked anyway. Second, he doesn't go through with attacking them because it's "too underhanded" despite breaking NONE of the rules. Third, I really want to see his guild beat the shit out of him for this! He threw the match because... shounen cliche! ARGH! THIS IS MAKING ME HATE THE SHOUNEN GENRE! ITS UNINSPIRED CRAP! Fights lack suspense because I know NO ONE CAN DIE! Everyone who supposedly dies comes back later, or is shown in a brief scene to confirm that they didn't die. This is worse than 4kids edits! It's the official story! Aside from that, the characters started off archetypal and are divulging into annoyingly cliche shitheads! The jokes are repetitive, and no one has developed since episode one! Okay, this isn't the worst anime ever, but it's terrible in so many ways despite its popularity that I can't forgive it. Even though I whine about Naruto and Bleach more, I think they're more inspired than this! I'd rather see a writer try to do something with his work and fail miserably than have a writer take a bunch of safe cliches and combine them into a bland, never ending story of shounen fights and fillers. I don't even care what happens to Natsu, why Igneel left, where he is now... etc. You know why? Because I've come to the realization that I'll probably never find out. This show will keep going on and on until it stops being popular, at which point they'll just make up more contrived shit to explain the opened plot holes and unexplained plot points.
Fate/Grand Order: First Order (special) Decent
Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya (TV) So-so (dub), Good (sub) Amusing parody of Cardcaptor Sakura, starring Illya from Fate/Stay Night. I have to say, if you don't like magical girl anime, but you like Fate, this isn't really for you. This is trying to be a magical girl show as well as a parody, so... yeah.
Fate/stay night (TV) Decent Great premise, shitty delivery. The story gives forced exposition to explain what's going on. A lot of characters are given little development, and for the first 12 episodes, the fights have no purpose. They're just skirmishes with no victor because something always interrupts the fights. Aside from that, the fights later on range from boring to "pretty good" but they never impressed me. Aside from Archer's Unlimited Blade Works, which made me pretty impressed, the fights were generic. Saber's fight with Assassin was just them clashing swords in the exact same fashion until Saber gets in the finishing blow. The ending conflict between Kotomine and Shirou was fairly entertaining, as well as Saber and Gilgamesh's final showdown. And I have to admit, for all the things this show gets wrong, Saber and Shirou's relationship is handled pretty well. They make a good couple and their relationship is never forced. Saber retains her independence without being a mere accessory to Shirou's character, and even when she realizes her feelings for him, those feelings never get in the way of her own goals. The voice acting is also perfectly fine. Jamieson Price as Kirei Kotomine and Liam O'Brian as Archer are the standout performances of the dub. Everyone else is passable. All in all, it's not a bad anime, but it's far from good. There are better ways to spend your time. If someone were to say "I'm bored. I'll go watch Fate/Stay Night," I wouldn't stop them, but I wouldn't ask to join them either. However,, from what I understand, this is a bad adaptation of a well-written visual novel. It's being remade, so I plan on watching the upcoming 2014 Fate/Stay Night. Perhaps that will be better.
Fate/stay night: Heaven's Feel I. presage flower (movie) Good
Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works (movie) Good A step up from the original anime! The action is awesome, and the plot between Shirou and Archer is handled well. Everything else is rushed though. Again, it's a step in the right direction, but the plot is pretty rushed. It establishes some stuff, but we don't get the motives of the villains, the backstories of the masters and servants, or their motives behind wanting the grail. Several questions are raised and never answered. "How does Rin know who Illya and Berserker are? What happened to Kiritsugu, the man who saved Shirou's life from the fire? Why is the Caster duo doing evil stuff? What does Shinji want with the grail? What does Kirei want with the grail? What is Gilgamesh's goal? Why is Gilgamesh here when there should only be 7 servants? What happened in Rin's past that she's so embarrassed/upset about? What are the command seals? Why is Assassin always at the gate? Why is Shinji such a dick? Why does Shirou heal so quickly all the time? What are the servants' identities?" I could go on, but I won't. For a supplement to the Fate series, it's enjoyable. For a standalone movie, it's confusing.
Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works (TV) Very good Pretty fun first half. Shirou is a bit of a dumbass, but at least Saber and Rin are awesome badasses. Plus Archer is pretty GAR.
Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works (TV 2) Good Second half is a bit of a let down. Professor Archer would rather lecture his disobedient student, Mr. Shirou Emiya, into submission than actually fight him. Still, it provides some closure with the Fate/Zero characters, and it's better than the first Fate/Stay Night.
Fate/Zero (TV) Very good All of the characters are amazing. Each has a motive and a purpose. The pacing, barring the info-dump first episode, is awesome. Each conflict has some long-lasting result. Nothing is pointless filler. Especially when compared to Fate/Stay Night 2006, this is a piece of art. The voice acting ranges from average (Irisviel) to outstanding (Rider). Both sub and dub are incredible. The animation is cinematic, the music is enough to give me goosebumps on its own, and the story and characters are both interesting. Sadly, the cliffhanger at episode 13 means that the second half will have to wait, but the first half of Fate/Zero builds it up so well that I expect nothing but greatness. It's not amazing yet, but it's certainly a promising set up.
Fate/Zero (TV 2) Masterpiece The second half doesn't do anything to disappoint. Kirei's descent to evil is astounding! Kayneth and Lancer's defeat is handled magnificently to show how cruel and calculating the machine we call "Kiritsugu Emiya" can be. Kariya's suffering pained me to watch, but only because of how magnificent it was as a work of tragedy! Finally, the reveal of the Grail's true nature was scared! It gave me chills to see the psychological horror it gave Kiritsugu as he realized that his ideals were mislead this entire time. Rider and Waver's bromance was heartwarming, especially near the end of Rider's final battle with Gilgamesh. Kiritsugu's backstory is so well-written, I don't think I've ever seen better writing out of an anime. The music was still amazing, the animation is even better than in the first half, and finally, every character interaction made the characters feel like people who warranted their own novel. Kiritsugu may be the main focus near the end, but everyone was given more than enough time to complete their character arc. This is currently the greatest anime I've ever seen in terms of writing. I hope to see the next Fate/Stay Night take this sort of route.
Fist of the North Star (TV) Good It'd be a rank higher without all the filler and wasted time with mooks. Seriously. Wtf? This show could be 30 episodes or so if you just keep the important stuff. But Raoh was a pretty cool villain. I love when he shows respect to worthy opponents. Especially when Shin died protecting the children from Souther and Raoh just says "His final moments were splendid!" Truly badass. Kenshiro is also surprisingly compelling. I love how gentle his heart is despite his willingness to kill any villain that crosses him. I don't like the portrayal of women though? This show thinks that women should always be protected by men no matter what, always, 100% of the time. If a woman becomes a warrior, she's doomed to misery. That's pretty misogynistic, guys. I guess we won't get many good women characters in anime until the 1990's then.
Fist of the North Star (movie) Not really good Kenshiro being a walking tank isn't as amusing as I remembered. The dub is terrible, stick to the Japanese. The movie isn't that bad, but it's really just the same stuff that made the show good. Nothing more. It's also somewhat gorier than the show, but... that's a shallow improvement to make. The story is good for a shounen movie, and if you liked the anime series, you'll probably like this.
FLCL (OAV) Good Gainax at its most insane! Love it!
Full Metal Panic! (TV) Decent Pretty bland taste in my mouth compared to the other two seasons, but Gauron is a great villain, Sousuke is a great hero, and Kaname is one of the most tolerable Tsunderes in history.
Full Metal Panic! The Second Raid (TV) Very good Honestly? This would have been Excellent if it concluded the series and tied up all the plot threads, but because it left things open for a third (fourth if we count Fumoffu) season that we're only NOW, in 2017, 11 years later, getting, it gets a Very Good. But seeing Kaname and Sousuke in their darkest moments was great! Kaname when Sousuke can no longer protect her, and Sousuke when he has to leave Kaname without explaining why. It shows how much they really love each other despite their outbursts. And that's why they're actually my favorite anime couple. And how can I forget? Mr. Gates is Ladd Russo on crack! He's a great villain.
Full Metal Panic! The Second Raid (OAV) So-so Meh.
Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu (TV) Very good Fumoffu! One of the funniest! Anime! Ever! Go watch it now! If you don't smile once, you're dead inside.
Fullmetal Alchemist (TV) Excellent (dub & sub) The BEST example of an anime straying from its source material. The characters are written almost poetically. The music is great too. Not to mention the dub.
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (TV) Masterpiece This is perhaps the best shounen can ever get. What FMA 2003 failed at, this thing excels at. Though it sacrifices character writing from that show for writing a great epic plot. I can live with that. Both are masterpieces.
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (OAV) Very good Pretty nice side stories.
Fullmetal Alchemist: Chibi Party (OAV) Decent Eh... I was mildly entertained.
Fullmetal Alchemist: Kids (OAV) Decent What the heck? I guess this was okay.
Fullmetal Alchemist: Premium Collection (OAV) So-so ...I didn't like any of these OVAs in particular.
Fullmetal Alchemist: Seven Homunculi VS State Alchemists (OAV) So-so Not even this one.
Fullmetal Alchemist: The Movie - Conqueror of Shamballa Good It's an alright movie. At least it ends the 2003 canon in a somewhat decent way.
Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos (movie) So-so Generic Shounen Jump Film: FMA style!
Fushigi Yugi (TV) Bad
(The) Future Diary (TV) Weak Oh god! We'll be here all day if I list all the problems with this show. Yuki is the most inconsistent protagonist I've ever seen. He will be a dumbass, a loser, a tactical genius, a fighting pro, someone who's terrified of Yuno, someone who loves and trusts Yuno, someone who wants to kill Yuno, or someone who wants to kill all his friends, whenever the plot demands it. Yuno is the most unsympathetic bitch in anime history, and she's not even the fun kind of crazy. The villains are retarded and always let the protagonists win because they're too stupid to use their resources properly. Not ONCE to Yuki and Yuno outsmart or outmaneuver their opponents by being competent. They win through their enemies' stupidity. Sixth keeps making speeches and setting Yuno up to be raped instead of killing her, Fifth plays a dumb life or death game instead of breaking the vaccine for the protagonists, 9th blows up the school one room at a time instead of blowing up all the hostages to get Yuki and Yuno out of her way faster (she was blowing up random parts so she clearly doesn't care about the hostages anyway), and 11th has no back up plan for if this IS the real Gasai Yuno (thus letting Yuno open the vault and kill him), and most insulting of all, when the 7ths get Yuki and Yuno's diaries, they idiotically decide to hold onto them for several days instead of just... I dunno, BREAKING THEM! They gain NOTHING from letting Yuki and Yuno live, and, surprise surprise! The two show up later, take their phones back, and KILL the idiots who should've just broken them when they had the chance. Oops. -.- This is the dumbest show I've seen ever! Oh! I forgot to mention that the characters barely look at their diaries (something they should be checking constantly), the diaries only tell them things at the last moment or withhold information from the protagonists to elicit a surprised reaction from them (making the FUTURE diaries rather pointless), and on one occasion, Yuki's Diary flat out LIES to him as an excuse to make him slaughter his friends. It never gives him misinformation before or afterwards, but now that Yuno is tricking him, the diary does so as well. -.- This was a manga written by monkeys, I'm sure.
Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo (TV) Masterpiece
(The) Garden of Sinners (movie series) Excellent
(The) Garden of Sinners/recalled out summer (movie) Weak
Garzey's Wing (OAV) Awful
Genocyber (OAV) Worst ever
Ghost in the Shell (movie) Very good
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex (TV) Very good
Ghost Stories (TV) Not really good (sub), Decent (dub)
Gintama: The Movie Decent
(The) Girl Who Leapt Through Time (movie) Good
(The) Gokusen (TV) Not really good
Golden Boy (OAV) Very good
Golden Time (TV) Very good
Grave of the Fireflies (movie) Very good (dub), Masterpiece (sub) This is too depressing for me to watch twice. I forget who said it, but I'm gonna be copying their words. "This is the greatest movie I never want to see again." Beautifully written, directed, and adapted, but.... some things can be too hopeless. If you can watch this without crying, that's one thing, but if you can watch this movie without feeling anything... you're a soulless monster.
GTO: Great Teacher Onizuka (TV) Excellent
Guilty Crown (TV) Good
Gunbuster (OAV) Excellent
Gunsmith Cats (OAV) Good
Gurren Lagann (TV) Masterpiece
Gurren Lagann Parallel Works (OAV) Good
Gurren Lagann Parallel Works 2 (OAV) Good
Gurren Lagann the Movie – The Lights in the Sky Are Stars Excellent
Gurren Lagann the Movie –Childhood's End- Very good
Haibane Renmei (TV) Excellent
Happy Sugar Life (TV) Excellent
Haven't You Heard? I'm Sakamoto (TV) Excellent
Hellsing (TV) Awful (sub), Bad (dub)
Hellsing Ultimate (OAV) Very good
Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi (U.S. TV) Decent
High School of the Dead (TV) Decent
Higurashi no Naku Koroni Kai (TV) Good
Howl's Moving Castle (movie) So-so
Hunter × Hunter (TV 2011) Excellent
Hunter × Hunter -The Last Mission- (movie) Weak
(The) Irresponsible Captain Tylor (OAV) Excellent
(The) Irresponsible Captain Tylor (TV) Very good
Jin-Roh - The Wolf Brigade (movie) Excellent
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure (TV) Excellent
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable (TV) Masterpiece
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders (TV) Good
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders Battle in Egypt Arc (TV) Excellent
Jungle de Ikou! (OAV) Awful
Junk Boy (OAV) Awful
Kekko Kamen (OAV) So-so
KenIchi the Mightiest Disciple (TV) Good
Key the Metal Idol (OAV) Very good
Kiki's Delivery Service (movie) Good
Kill la Kill (TV) Very good
Kino's Journey (TV) Good
Kirby: Right Back At Ya! (TV) So-so
Koe de Oshigoto! (OAV) Decent
KONOSUBA - God's blessing on this wonderful world! 2 (TV) Good
KonoSuba – God’s blessing on this wonderful world!! (TV) Very good
Kuroko's Basketball (TV) Decent
Kuroko's Basketball (TV 2) Very good
Last Exile (TV) Good
(The) Last: Naruto The Movie Good
Legend of the Galactic Heroes: My Conquest is the Sea of Stars (movie) Excellent
Lily C.A.T. (OAV) Decent
Little Witch Academia (movie) Very good
Love Hina (TV) Awful
Love Hina Again (OAV) Worst ever
Love Hina Spring Special - I Wish Your Dream Awful
Love Hina X'mas Special - Silent Eve Awful
Lovely Complex (TV) Very good
Lunar Legend Tsukihime (TV) Weak
Lupin III: Part II (TV) Very good
Lupin III: The Castle of Cagliostro (movie) Very good
Lupin III: The Fuma Conspiracy (movie) Very good
Lupin III: The Legend of the Gold of Babylon (movie) Bad
Lupin III: Voyage to Danger (special) Decent
Lupin the 3rd (TV) Decent
Lupin the 3rd: Bye Bye, Lady Liberty (special) Good
Lupin the 3rd: From Siberia with Love (special) Not really good
Lupin the 3rd: Napoleon's Dictionary (special) So-so
Lupin the 3rd: The Hemingway Papers (special) Decent
Lupin the 3rd: The Mystery of Mamo (movie) Decent
Macross Plus (OAV) Excellent
Madara (OAV) Weak
Made in Abyss (TV) Excellent
Magic Knight Rayearth (TV) So-so
Magical Girl Pretty Sammy (OAV) Weak
Magnetic Rose (movie) Masterpiece
MÄR (TV) Decent
Martian Successor Nadesico (TV) Decent
Martian Successor Nadesico: The Motion Picture - Prince of Darkness Weak
Megazone 23 (OAV) So-so
(The) Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya (TV) Decent
(The) Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya (TV 2009 renewal) So-so
(The) Melancholy of Haruhi-chan Suzumiya (ONA) Not really good
Memories (movie) Good
Midori Days (TV) Good
Mirai Nikki Redial (OAV) Weak
Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid (TV) Very good
Mob Psycho 100 (TV) Very good
Mobile Fighter G Gundam (TV) Good
Mobile Suit Gundam (TV) Good
Mobile Suit Gundam - The Movie Trilogy Excellent
Mobile Suit Gundam 00 (TV) Good
Mobile Suit Gundam 0080: War in the Pocket (OAV) Very good
Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory (OAV) Decent
Mobile Suit Gundam F91 (movie) Weak
Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ (TV) Not really good
Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack (movie) Excellent
Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam (TV) Very good
Monster (TV) Excellent
My Dear Marie (OAV) Good
My Hero Academia (TV) Good
My Hero Academia (TV 2) Excellent
My Neighbor Totoro (movie) Good
Nadia - The Secret of Blue Water (TV) Good Would be a rank higher had it not been for the infamously terrible "Island Arc." Those episodes (30 and 31 aside) were as terrible as rumored. Terrible doesn't begin to describe the amount of frustration and hatred that built up from merely watching those 12 episodes. I feel bad for Hideki Anno for being associated with those episodes. I'd rather watch The Passion of Christ three times in a row than rewatch that arc.
Nagasarete Airantou (TV) Bad
Naruto (TV) Excellent
Naruto Shippūden (TV) So-so
Naruto Shippūden (movie) Weak
Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (movie) Excellent
Negima! (TV) So-so
Negima!? (TV) So-so
Neon Genesis Evangelion (TV) Decent
Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion (movie) Not really good
Ninja Scroll (movie) Very good
Noir (TV) Good
Oh My Goddess! (OAV) So-so
One Piece (TV) Bad (edit.dub), Excellent (dub), Masterpiece (sub)
One Piece Episode of Luffy: Hand Island no Bōken (special) Decent
One Piece Film Gold (movie) Excellent
One Piece Film Strong World (movie 10) Very good
One Piece Film Z (movie) Very good
One Piece Jidaigeki Special: Luffy Oyabun Torimonocho So-so
One Piece Special: Adventure in the Ocean's Navel So-so
One Piece: Baron Omatsuri and the Secret Island (movie 6) Decent
One Piece: Chinjō Shima no Chopper Ōkoku (movie 3) Good
One Piece: Dead End (movie 4) So-so
One Piece: Defeat The Pirate Ganzak! (special) Weak
One Piece: Django's Dance Carnival (movie) Not really good
One Piece: Dream Soccer King! (movie) Decent
One Piece: Episode of Chopper - The Miracle Winter Cherry Blossom (movie 9) Good
One Piece: Glorious Island (special) Weak
One Piece: Mega Mecha Soldier of Karakuri Castle (movie 7) Good
One Piece: Open Upon the Great Sea! A Father's Huge, HUGE Dream! (special) So-so
One Piece: Protect! The Last Great Stage (special) So-so
One Piece: Romance Dawn Story (special) Decent
One Piece: Strong World Episode 0 (OAV) Very good
One Piece: Take Aim! The Pirate Baseball King (movie) Decent
One Piece: The Curse of the Sacred Sword (movie 5) So-so
One Piece: The Desert Princess and the Pirates: Adventure in Alabasta (movie 8) Decent
One Piece: The Movie So-so
One Punch Man (TV) Excellent (dub & sub)
Onegai! Einzbern Sōdanshitsu (OAV) So-so
Only Yesterday (movie) Very good
Oreimo (TV) Very good
Oreimo 2 (TV) Very good
Otaku no Video (OAV) Excellent
Ouran High School Host Club (TV) Very good
Outlaw Star (TV) Good
Panty & Stocking in Sanitarybox (OAV) Not really good
Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt (TV) Very good
Paranoia Agent (TV) Excellent
Parasyte -the maxim- (TV) Very good
Patlabor The Mobile Police (OAV 1/1988) Decent
Phantom Quest Corp. (OAV) Decent
Ping Pong (TV) Excellent
planetarian (ONA) Excellent
Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You! Decent
Pokémon: Destiny Deoxys (movie) Very good
Pom Poko (movie) Good
Porco Rosso (movie) Good
Princess Mononoke (movie) Excellent
Princess Tutu (TV) Masterpiece
Prison School (TV) Excellent
Project A-Ko (movie) Decent
Psycho-Pass (TV) Masterpiece
Psycho-Pass (movie) Good
Puella Magi Madoka Magica (TV) Masterpiece
Puella Magi Madoka Magica the Movie Part 1: Beginnings Decent
Puella Magi Madoka Magica the Movie Part 2: Eternal Decent
Puella Magi Madoka Magica The Movie Part 3: Rebellion Very good (dub & sub)
Puni Puni Poemy (OAV) Good
Rage of Bahamut: Genesis (TV) Excellent
RahXephon (TV) Masterpiece
Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World- (TV) Excellent
Record of Lodoss War (OAV) Weak
Redline (movie) Very good
Revolutionary Girl Utena (TV) Masterpiece
Ringing Bell (movie) Very good
Romeo × Juliet (TV) Very good
Royal Space Force - The Wings of Honnêamise (movie) Good
Rurouni Kenshin (TV) Good
Saber Marionette R (OAV) Good
Sailor Moon (TV) Good
Sailor Moon R (TV) Decent
Sailor Moon S (TV) Very good
Samurai Champloo (TV) Decent
School Days (TV) Awful
School Rumble (TV) Not really good
School Rumble: 2nd Semester (TV) So-so
School Rumble: Extra Class (OAV) So-so
School-Live! (TV) Decent
Scrapped Princess (TV) Very good
Selector Infected Wixoss (TV) Excellent
Selector Spread Wixoss (TV) Good
Seraph of the End: Battle in Nagoya (TV) Decent
Seraph of the End: Vampire Reign (TV) Decent
Serial Experiments Lain (TV) Excellent
Sgt. Frog (TV) Very good
She and Her Cat (OAV) Very good
Shiki (TV) Excellent
Shinesman (OAV) Very good
(The) Slayers (TV) So-so
Sonic the Hedgehog: The Movie (OAV) Decent
Sonic X (TV) Awful
Soul Eater (TV) Good
Space Dandy (TV) Good
Space Dandy Season 2 (TV) Good
Space Patrol Luluco (TV) Very good
Space Pirate Captain Harlock (TV) Excellent
Speed Grapher (TV) So-so
Spice and Wolf (TV) Very good
Spice and Wolf II (TV) So-so
Steins;Gate (TV) Excellent
Steins;Gate: The Movie - Load Region of Déjà Vu Decent
Stink Bomb (movie) Good
Strait Jacket (OAV) Bad
Summer Wars (movie) Excellent
(The) Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Do You Remember Love? (movie) Excellent
Sword Art Online (TV) Weak
Sword Art Online II (TV) So-so
Sword of the Stranger (movie) Excellent
Tenchi Forever!: The Movie Excellent
Tenchi Muyo! (OAV 1/1992) Very good
Tenchi Muyo! Mihoshi Special So-so
Tenchi Muyo! Ryo Ohki (OAV 3/2003) Weak
Tenchi Muyo! Ryo Ohki: Final Confrontations (OAV) Decent
Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki (OAV 2/1994) Good
Tenchi Muyo! The Night Before The Carnival (OAV) Good
Tenchi the Movie - Tenchi Muyo in Love So-so
Tenchi The Movie 2 - The Daughter of Darkness Good
Tenchi Universe (TV) Good
Tenjho Tenge (TV) Not really good
Terror in Resonance (TV) Bad
They Were 11 (movie) Very good
Tokyo Ghoul (TV) Very good
Tokyo Ghoul √A (TV) Weak
Tokyo Godfathers (movie) Masterpiece
Tokyo Mew Mew (TV) Weak
Trigun (TV) Very good
Trigun: Badlands Rumble (movie) So-so
Ultimate Teacher (OAV) Good
Urusei Yatsura: Beautiful Dreamer (movie) Very good
Urusei Yatsura: Only You (movie) Decent
Ushio & Tora (TV) Good
Ushio & Tora (TV 2) Very good
Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust (movie) Decent
Video Girl Ai (OAV) Good
(The) Vision of Escaflowne (TV) Very good
Wanna Be the Strongest in the World (TV) Not really good
WATAMOTE (TV) Decent
Welcome to the NHK (TV) Excellent
When They Cry - Higurashi (TV) So-so
Whisper of the Heart (movie) Very good
Wolf Children (movie) Masterpiece
Wolf's Rain (TV) Excellent
Wolf's Rain (OAV) Excellent
(The) World God Only Knows (TV) Good
(The) World God Only Knows Season Two (TV) Good
(The) World God Only Knows: Goddesses Arc (TV) Good
(The) World God Only Knows: Tenri Arc (OAV) Decent
Your Lie in April (TV) Excellent
your name. (movie) Masterpiece
Yu Yu Hakusho The Movie: Poltergeist Report Bad (dub), Weak (sub)
Yu Yu Hakusho: Eizou Hakusho (OAV) Decent
Yu Yu Hakusho: Eizou Hakusho II (OAV) Good
Yu Yu Hakusho: Ghost Files (TV) Good (sub), Excellent (dub)
Yu Yu Hakusho: The Movie Not really good (dub), So-so (sub)
Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Dark Side of Dimensions (movie 2016) Very good
Yurikuma Arashi (TV) Decent
Zatch Bell (TV) Weak (edit.dub), Very good (sub)
Zatch Bell: 101st Devil (movie) Decent

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Di Gi Charat (TV) So-so
Di Gi Charat Nyo (TV) Bad (dub), Weak (sub)
Fighting Foodons (TV) So-so
Flowers of Evil (TV)
Megazone 23 Part II (OAV) Weak