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Ai Shite Knight

  1. The anime series based on Ai Shite Knight was the first ever to feature original songs performed within the episodes. (Web site)
  2. The anime version of "Ai Shite Knight" was produced by Toei Animation in 1983-1984, for a total of 42 episodes directed by Osamu Kasai.
  3. Ai Shite Knight portrays the Japanese rock music scene of the early 1980's. (Web site)

Anime Series

  1. The anime series is one of the most popular worldwide on tape and disk. (Web site)
  2. The anime series are especially good about this. (Web site)
  3. The anime series was broadcast in Japan in 2000.


  1. Naruto is an anime series about a young aspiring ninja-to-be who wants to be recognized by his village.
  2. Naruto is a havoc causing student of the Ninja Academy of the Village Konoha (Leaf Village).
  3. Naruto is an ongoing Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Masashi Kishimoto with an anime adaptation.
  4. Naruto is the number one loudest ninja of the Leaf Village. (Web site)
  5. Naruto: The Broken Bond will build on Rise of a Ninja with an all new adventure where the loud mouthed ninja will grow up a little and become a mature hero.

Battle Angel Alita

  1. Battle Angel Alita is a great manga about a cybor brain and body found by a young "cyborg doctor" in a junkyard on a future earth.
  2. Battle Angel Alita is a manga comic that is republished throughout the world.
  3. Battle Angel Alita is a post-apocolyptic story about a robotic girl named Alita.
  4. Battle Angel Alita is a story about love, hope and oppression. (Web site)
  5. Battle Angel Alita is one of those anime that, like Rodney Dangerfield, doesn't get any respect. (Web site)


  1. Berserk is an anime like most other anime titles that has sprung out of the manga pages and onto the screen.
  2. Berserk is a dark and brooding story of outrageous swordplay and ominous fate, in the theme of Shakespeare's MacBeth.
  3. Berserk is a dark fantasy manga by Kentaro Miura. (Web site)
  4. Berserk is a fantasy title but doesn't fit in with standard fantasy fare like Record of Lodoss War.
  5. Berserk is a graphically grotesque work.

Blue Gender

  1. Blue Gender is a 26-episode anime created by Ryousuke Takahashi (of Armored Trooper Votoms and Gasaraki fame) broadcast in Japan from 1999-2000.
  2. Blue Gender is a cool Sci-fi series where earthlings must survive by fighting a giant bug-like creature called Blue that has taken over the earth. (Web site)
  3. Blue Gender is a hard-core science fiction plot with surprisingly realistic characters. (Web site)
  4. Blue Gender is a tightly woven story that combines military sci-fi, romance, and suspense together into an action packed and emotionally charged series. (Web site)
  5. Blue Gender: The Complete Collection Anime DVD Review Blue Gender is a hard-core science fiction plot with surprisingly realistic characters.

Boogiepop Phantom

  1. Boogiepop Phantom is a dark brooding mystery anime series which is often compared with Serial Experiments Lain. (Web site)
  2. Boogiepop Phantom is a dark mystery anime series which is often compared to Serial Experiments Lain.
  3. Boogiepop Phantom is a horror series from maker of Slayers. (Web site)
  4. Boogiepop Phantom is a little freaky, but it's a rather smart anime.
  5. Boogiepop Phantom is based on the Boogiepop series of books by Kouhei Kadono, which have also been adapted into the live action film Boogiepop and Others.

Bubblegum Crisis

  1. Bubblegum Crisis is a mecha style anime that takes place in the future in a post disaster Tokyo, now known as Megatokyo. (Web site)
  2. Bubblegum Crisis is an anime OVA Series that takes at least part of its inspiration from Philip K. Dick 's Blade Runner. (Web site)
  3. A Bubblegum Crisis is what happens when you blow a huge bubblegum bubble and it pops and gets all over your face and hair and won't easily get cleaned up.
  4. BUBBLEGUM CRISIS is a series (not yet complete - 8 videos out so far) of OAVs set in Megatokyo 2032-?.
  5. BUBBLEGUM CRISIS is a series of OAVs set in Megatokyo 2032-?. (Web site)

Cardcaptor Sakura

  1. Cardcaptor Sakura is a great show and manga. (Web site)
  2. Cardcaptor Sakura is a series that spans 70 TV episodes, two movies, and is based on the 12-volume manga of the same name by Clamp.
  3. Cardcaptor Sakura is a shoujo title that will appeal to anyone looking for a show that builds more on the characters, than just a simple plot device.
  4. Cardcaptor Sakura is one of the larger series out there, and as such can be quite the hit on one's wallet when trying to see the entire series.
  5. Cardcaptor Sakura was adapted into English by Nelvana and brought to the United States and other English-speaking countries under the name Cardcaptors. (Web site)

Cromartie High School

  1. Cromartie High School was originally a Manga comic, and was later turned into an anime.
  2. Cromartie High School is a brilliantly stupid comedy primarily intended for well-versed anime veterans who appreciate dry wit and parody. (Web site)
  3. Cromartie High School is a smart, funny, slow-burn comedy that?s totally absurd.
  4. Cromartie High School is one of those few animes that come around every once in a while, and is easily one of the best comedy animes to come out.
  5. Cromartie High School is the brainchild of Eiji Nanaka [check spelling], an unconventional manga artist known for his stated dislike of manga. (Web site)

Dead Leaves

  1. Dead Leaves is an unusually fresh anime feature that intentionally rattles the senses.
  2. Dead Leaves is a 'show off' piece, where twisted creativity and virtuoso animation are the real purpose of the show. (Web site)
  3. Dead Leaves is a horrible prison where no one could escape from.
  4. Dead Leaves is the one of the most messed up, entertaining films I have ever seen in 20 years of anime watching.
  5. Dead Leaves was a really, really weird yet awesome movie that made little sense visually but in actuality made total sense story-wise.


  1. Devilman was created by the famous Go Nagai and the dub by Manga Entertainment.
  2. Devilman is a decent enough horror anime.
  3. Devilman is a cult event in Japan. (Web site)
  4. Devilman is a force that fights against the demons in order to save mankind. (Web site)
  5. Devilman is one of Go Nagai's most popular creations.


  1. Digimon are monsters of various forms living in a " Digital World ", a parallel universe that originated from Earth's various communication networks. (Web site)
  2. Digimon are dependant on you for happiness, food, and parental guidance to guide their behavior (similar to the popular Tamagotchi toy). (Web site)
  3. Digimon are fictional creatures from the Japanese Digimon media franchise. (Web site)
  4. Digimon are generally not given individual names, and are instead simply referred to by the name of their species.
  5. Digimon was even worse.


  1. Doraemon is a Japanese manga series created by Fujiko F. Fujio which later became an anime series and Asian franchise. (Web site)
  2. Doraemon is a Japanese manga series created by two authors sharing pen name Fujiko Fujio which later became an anime series and Asian franchise. (Web site)
  3. Doraemon is a blue cat-like robot in Japanese comic books. (Web site)
  4. Doraemon is a cat-like robot from the future. (Web site)
  5. Doraemon is a cat-type robot in the 22nd century. (Web site)

Dragon Ball Z

  1. Dragon Ball Z is the long-running sequel to the anime Dragon Ball.
  2. Dragon Ball Z is the second series in a trilogy of anime shows.
  3. Dragon Ball Z - One of the most popular kids shows on FOX. Michael plays Nappa a seriously bad dude, who destroys planets just to pass the time.
  4. Dragon Ball Z is one of the most popular manga in the world, with top-rated shows on the Cartoon Network and Telemundo. (Web site)
  5. Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku takes you on an incredible journey to protect the universe from the evil Frieza once and for all. (Web site)

Flame of Recca

  1. Flame of Recca is a Japanese anime and manga series by Nobuyuki Anzai.
  2. Flame of Recca is a manga series by Nobuyuki Anzai, which was adapted into an anime series by Studio Pierrot.
  3. Flame of Recca is a series of manga and anime from Japan. (Web site)
  4. Flame of Recca is a very simple show at its heart but its heart is what's attracted us to it. (Web site)
  5. Flame of Recca was adapted into an anime series by Studio Pierrot, and aired from 19 July 1997 to 10 July 1998 on Fuji Television.


  1. Gantz is a manga and anime created by Hiroya Oku.
  2. Gantz is a manga and anime series written by Hiroya Oku. (Web site)
  3. Gantz is an amazing piece of art.
  4. Gantz is an enigma and while more about Gantz's rules are revealed as the series goes on, Gantz himself (or itself) remains a mystery.
  5. Gantz is one of the best shows to come out this past year.


  1. Gasaraki is a relatively unknown anime series. (Web site)
  2. Gasaraki is a thought mecha series gaining a large following due to detailed science fiction, and military political and spiritual machination.
  3. Gasaraki is an intelligent giant robot series, with a deliberate pace, and a thoughtful look at the science, and politics surround use of humanoid armors. (Web site)
  4. Gasaraki is the more 'Nipponocentric' show, and probably the less accessible of the two.
  5. GASARAKI is one anime title that I have been wanting to see since I learned about its existence. (Web site)


  1. Genshiken is a very funny anime, and each episode is filled with realistic twists and turns of an anime otaku.
  2. Genshiken is a great manga that follows a group of young college students as their friendships grow through their shared love of all things Otaku. (Web site)
  3. Genshiken is a slightly exaggerated account of otaku in japan.
  4. Genshiken is a unique take on anime in terms of plot structure.
  5. Genshiken is an anime about Otakuness, for Otakus really.


  1. Grendizer is a fictional Mecha from the Anime and Manga series of the same name, created by Go Nagai .
  2. Grendizer is a giant robot that interfaces with Spazer, a flying saucer that enables the robot to fly. (Web site)
  3. Grendizer was also part of Jim Terry's Force Five series, under the title Grandizer.
  4. Grendizer was also playable in the Mazinger Z arcade game. (Web site)
  5. Grendizer was born to enslave the world.


  1. Gundam is one of the longest running meta-series of anime featuring giant robots. (Web site)
  2. Gundam is a turning point in the history of anime and manga, as it is credited for inspiring the Real Robot genre.
  3. A Gundam is a type of humanoid shaped mobile suit like an Apache is a type of helicopter.
  4. Gundam is a science fiction war series that features human piloted, humanoid shaped mobile suits called Gundam.
  5. Gundam was to have been the ready-made multi-media franchise, ready to be packaged and sold to American consumers. (Web site)

Hello Kitty

  1. Hello Kitty is a popular cartoon character created in 1974 by the Sanrio Company of Japan. (Web site)
  2. Hello Kitty is a very simply drawn character who was created in 1974 by the Sanrio Company in Tokyo, Japan.
  3. Hello Kitty is a white, mouthless female kitten who lives in a seemingly perfect world.
  4. Hello Kitty is also used in books to teach children manners. (Web site)
  5. Hello Kitty is one of the many Sanrio characters. (Web site)


  1. Hellsing is an anime and manga series by Kouta Hirano. (Web site)
  2. Hellsing is a fun series with plenty of humor and suspense.
  3. Hellsing is a very good manga. (Web site)
  4. Hellsing is an organization that fights for humans that are the pawns in this anime. (Web site)
  5. Hellsing is based on the best-selling graphic novel by Kohta Hirano published by DarkHorse Comics.


  1. Kikaider is an uneven mixture of serious melodrama and the anime recreation of actors in rubber suits laying waste to miniature-set cities. (Web site)
  2. Kikaider is a human-like robot tasked with the protection of his creator-s son and daughter.
  3. Kikaider is a humanoid robot tasked with the protection of Dr. Komyoji's son and daughter.
  4. Kikaider is a live action show which started in Japan about a teenage boy who is an android and experiences strange feelings and is quite unsure why. (Web site)
  5. Kikaider is a mysterious type of anime following Jiro (pic on the side) who was created in a lab as an android. (Web site)


  1. Slayers is a series of comedic sword and sorcery anime and manga that began as light novels written by Hajime Kanzaka.
  2. Slayers - The Motion Picture Very good Good if you are familiar with at least the first TV series. (Web site)
  3. Slayers is a story set in a pseudo- medieval world with all the typical sword-and-sorcery trappings of the fantasy genre. (Web site)
  4. Slayers is a unique show, in that the main character, Lina Inverse, possesses enormous power. (Web site)
  5. Slayers was created by Kanzaka Hajime, and its rights are held by animation companies I don't even own stock in. (Web site)

The Big O

  1. The Big O is a great action mystery anime that will be fondly remembered by it's many fans.
  2. The Big O is a series of style. (Web site)
  3. The Big O is an enigma wrapped in some of the greatest giant super robot action this side of the legendary anime, Giant Robo.
  4. The Big O is the brainchild of Keiichi Sato and Kazuyoshi Katayama, an homage to the shows they grew up with.
  5. The Big O is the title of an anime television series, which also has a manga adaptation.


  1. Trigun is a 26-part anime series, somewhat episodic, but constructing an overall story arc. (Web site)
  2. Trigun is a really good action series.
  3. Trigun is also like Cowboy Bebop, except good in a different way. (Web site)
  4. Trigun is based on a manga which I am told covers more story than the anime. (Web site)
  5. Trigun is based on the best-selling manga series by the same name and is published in North America by Dark Horse.

Adventures of Mini-Goddess

  1. Adventures of Mini-Goddess is simply a combination of brainless fun and a whole lot of cute stuff. (Web site)
  2. The Adventures of Mini-Goddess is a collection of vignettes which show the daily antics of super-deformed Belldandy, Urd, and Skuld. (Web site)
  3. To be honest, I'm quite neutral in my feelings about Adventures of Mini-Goddess. (Web site)

Ad Police

  1. AD Police is a spin-off of another anime series: Bubblegum Crisis. (Web site)
  2. AD Police is an okay OAV overall.
  3. The AD Police were employed to deal with matters that the regular police departments could not, and this included Boomer threats.

Ai Yori Aoshi

  1. Ai Yori Aoshi is a great anime. (Web site)
  2. Ai Yori Aoshi was made into an anime in 2002 and video games were released for the PlayStation 2 and Windows 98.

Air Master

  1. Air Master is a quirky, well action series about a competitive gymnast turned street fighter.
  2. Air Master: a former national gymnast searches for the thrill of competition in the world of street fights. (Web site)
  3. Air Master: A former gymnast, Aikawa Maki has turned her skills to a different way of life - street fighting. (Web site)

Aishiteruze Baby

  1. Aishiteruze Baby is a Japanese anime series based on the manga originally created by Yoko Maki, which was serialized in Ribon.
  2. Aishiteruze Baby is one of those anime that is a lot better than it may seem at first glance. (Web site)
  3. Aishiteruze Baby was adapted into an anime series by TMS and Animax, which premiered across Japan on Animax from April 3, 2004 to October 9, 2004.

Alien Nine

  1. Alien Nine is a unique story brought to life in both manga and anime.
  2. Alien Nine is a unique story brought to life in both manga and anime form. (Web site)
  3. Alien Nine is the perfect sample of why the bar for "strange" is set much higher for anime and manga.

Amazing Nurse Nanako

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  2. Amazing Nurse Nanako: Nanako is a an inept apprentice nurse to the brilliant young Dr. Kouji. (Web site)
  3. Take some BlackJack, add a little Nuku Nuku and throw in a few suggestive not-so-naughty bits and what you get is Amazing Nurse Nanako.

Ambassador Magma

  1. Ambassador Magma is a golden human rocket created to defend the planet Earth.
  2. Ambassador Magma, despite his robot-like appearance, is not a robot, but actually, a living giant forged from gold. (Web site)
  3. Goa's attempt to capture Miki fails and Ambassador Magma returns to Earth.


  1. Americanime is a dynamic new production company developing many exciting properties.
  2. Americanime Productions was founded a year ago by Michael Westerman in January of 2005.
  3. Each month the releases of Americanime are listed within this catalogue guaranteeing exposure for the current releases, while the ads increase visibility. (Web site)

Amon Saga

  1. A master of the fantastical, Amano once again plies his trade in Amon Saga. (Web site)
  2. Well, actually, that rule is just halfway true, and marks the only part of Amon Saga that I liked. (Web site)
  3. After seeing Amon Saga I vow to never again be the victim of a cool looking box.

Angelic Layer

  1. Angelic Layer is a game of fighting with dolls. (Web site)
  2. Angelic Layer is an anime and manga series released by the manga team CLAMP.
  3. Angelic Layer is based on a manga, which I am told differs in only minor ways from the anime. (Web site)
  4. Angelic Layer: the game of battling angels. (Web site)

Angel Links

  1. Angel Links is a difficult series to review because of this; it does not do anything poorly, but it does not do much to make it stand out much either. (Web site)
  2. Angel Links is a hard title to recommend. (Web site)
  3. Angel Links is a surprisingly good series. (Web site)
  4. Angel Links is a treat for the eyes and ears but provides only an average story. (Web site)
  5. Angel Links is based in the same universe as Outlaw Star, some of the characters from Angel Links even make cameo appearances in Outlaw Star.

Angel Sanctuary

  1. Angel Sanctuary is a good manga.
  2. Angel Sanctuary is a magna and anime series created by Kaori Yuki. (Web site)
  3. Angel Sanctuary is a manga and anime series created by Kaori Yuki. (Web site)
  4. Angel Sanctuary is a manga series by Yuki Kaori that is currently running in Hana to Yume, a bi-weekly shoujo manga magazine published by Hakusensha. (Web site)
  5. Angel Sanctuary is a manga series by Yuki Kaori. (Web site)

Animal Yokocho

  1. Animal Yokocho is the tale of a 5 year old girl named Ami who finds a mysterious trap door in her new room. (Web site)
  2. One of my all time favorite stalled anime has got to be Animal Yokocho.
  3. They seem to come from Animal Yokocho where animals are living, and they come here through "secret door" that exists somehow in her room.

Animation Runner Kuromi

  1. I just finished watching Animation Runner Kuromi, which sorta falls into that category.
  2. The DVD and Extras: The first Animation Runner Kuromi was a treasure trove of extras. (Web site)
  3. Web Results for: animation runner kuromi 1-10 of about 350 results Search took 0.35 seconds. (Web site)

Animation Director

  1. The late Chuck Jones was the animation director responsible for many of Warner Bros.
  2. Kondo Katsuya: When I was working on one of the Ghibli Museum shorts as an animation director, Miyazaki-san alluded it to me.
  3. Only two days are away before the release of the latest film of master animation director Miyazaki Hayao. (Web site)


  1. A anime was chosen from the available titles with member opinion. (Web site)
  2. Anime is a Japanese word borrowed from French, and is used to mean "animation".
  3. Anime is a dark scourge upon our beautiful nation, and we don't need this Japanese filth corrupting the hearts of the children. (Web site)
  4. Anime is a good method of escapism, and theres nothing wrong with that.
  5. Anime is a hobby like any other.

Anime And Manga Stubs

  1. This will automatically place the article into the Category:Anime and manga stubs category.
  2. Category:Anime and manga stubs From Biocrawler, the free encyclopedia.


  1. Animesuki is a great site, but they only offer one RSS feed for all series. (Web site)
  2. Animesuki is a great place to start if you know exactly what series you want to download, but it's excellent if you just want to browse for something new. (Web site)
  3. I wanna check that out but it won't let me dl over at animesuki.

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