What's your top anime list

YourFace

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Every good anime has a way of inspiring you, changing your view of people, and relating to you. This is my list
  1. Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann
  2. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion
  3. Elfen Lied
  4. Welcome to the NHK
  5. Full Metal Panic
  6. Death Note
  7. One Piece
  8. Bleach
 

Larcenist

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Taken from my MAL profile, and in this very order (top 5):

1. Clannad
2. Code Geass - Hangyaku no Lelouch
3. Lucky ☆ Star
4. ef - a tale of melodies
5. The Place Promised in Our Early Days
 

13lade619

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cant remember some... but there are definitely more..
and also the manga versions were better, somewhat.

1. Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann (FTW!!) - most epic anime. ever.
2. Hunter X Hunter
3. Trigun
4. Shaman King (though the manga is so much better!)
5. One Piece
6. Black Cat
7. Detective Conan
8. Saiyuki (Original, Reload)
9. Gundam
 

Halo_king116

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I've just recently begun to watch (and love) anime, so there’s a lot I haven't watched yet. However, out of what I have watched I have a few favourites – and I'll try to limit myself to only a select few.

(In no particular order, except the first one)

1. Clannad & Clannad After Story - The most beautiful, emotionally moving show I have ever seen.
-Code Geass (I was so absorbed by this series until the very end, and then I wanted to rewatch it immidiately)
-Death Note
-Ouran High School Host Club
-Higurashi No Naku Koro Ni / Higurashi No Naku Koro Ni Kai


Lucky Star, Skip Beat!, and Minami-ke get honourable mentions as they all have some very strong points. Of course Dragonball / Dragonball Z also, simply because it was a large aspect of my childhood.
 

Syndrome

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1. Code Geass both seasons. The ending was so epic and sad, a really well done anime series.
2. Tempa Toppa Gurren Lagann. Nuff said.
3. Evangelion: You Can (Not) Advance. Wow. Just... wow. The animation movie was so well animated and so 'new' despite being ripped off twelve episodes of the actual series. This is a must-see.
4. Noein... it's hard to explain. I'm surprised no one actually wrote a recommendation here for it. I might try it later on.
5. Shakugan no Shana holds a special place in my heart :p, it was what got me hooked onto anime.
 

YourFace

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If only magic actually existed, I want to shoot some fireballs
 

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Wow, I just finished watching all 7 Kara no Kyoukai movies and I have to say that they were pretty amazing.
Anyone else watched them?
 

Larcenist

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I'd say that Kara no Kyoukai 5 and 7 are by far the best ones, while the first one is probably the worst. Still worth to watch.
 

Syndrome

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Really? The first one got me intrigued with it's dark mood and the suspense it kept in some parts. The combat scene was a bit shallow, but I thought the part where Shiki jumped off the building and landed on the other one leaving water splashing in her wake the single most visually impressive thing for that movie.
I liked them all xD, I thought 5 was a bit confusing though, since it jumped scene to scene without warning.
Anyways, Kara no Kyoukai made my top 5 anime list lol, WATCH IT PPL! :p
 

Samuraid

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Witch Hunter Robin
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Death Note

Surely there are more to add to the list...I just haven't seen them yet. :p
 

Romek

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I don't think I've seen enough anime to make a 'favourites' list. So here's all the anime I've watched, all of which I liked. :)
  • Deathnote
  • Evangelion
  • Fullmetal Alchemist
  • Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
  • Naruto (Shippuden)
  • Bleach
  • One Piece

I saw most of 07-Ghost, but I found it quite boring.
 

YourFace

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I don't think I've seen enough anime to make a 'favourites' list. So here's all the anime I've watched, all of which I liked. :)
  • Deathnote
  • Evangelion
  • Fullmetal Alchemist
  • Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
  • Naruto (Shippuden)
  • Bleach
  • One Piece

I saw most of 07-Ghost, but I found it quite boring.
I agree, 07-Ghost's first four episodes were really good, but everything after that was quite boring.
 

Larcenist

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I don't think I've seen enough anime to make a 'favourites' list. So here's all the anime I've watched, all of which I liked. :)
  • Deathnote
  • Evangelion
  • Fullmetal Alchemist
  • Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
  • Naruto (Shippuden)
  • Bleach
  • One Piece

I saw most of 07-Ghost, but I found it quite boring.
Blasphemy! I can't see why people like this anime so much, personally I found it mediocre at best, and really boring towards the end. Sure, it might be "deep", but that doesn't justify the lame budget ending.
 
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