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Trying to get this blog up again. So here is the rush order of My Top Ten Anime Of All Time: Numbers 4 to 1. 4. Cowboy Bebop: Cowboys in space anime style. A great anime that a lot of … Continue reading
5. Petite Princess Yucie: Don’t overlook this anime as just a kid’s show. The first few episodes may rest a bit on the old magical girl formula, but it quickly grows into its own. Petite Princess Yucie is about a 17 … Continue reading
6. Kurau: Phantom Memory: I like Kurau: Phantom Memory because of the plot, but also because I really like both female protagonists Kurau and Christmas. As a young girl, Kurau visits her father’s laboratory where he is researching “Rynax Energy,” which he … Continue reading
7. Fantastic Children: I’m not gonna lie. When I first started watching Fantastic Children, I was bored to tears. I didn’t get it. The pacing felt too slow, the plot line dragging on forever as nothing seemed to happen in … Continue reading
9. The Vision of Escaflowne: Whenever I think of the Escaflowne, its battle theme song with its sweeping orchestra and operatic voices comes crashing into my head as clear as the first time I watched the show. Listening to the battle … Continue reading