Comment on Top 10 Original Anime by Anonymous:

following through the link is a longer list where some of those made it on…

11th: Eden of the East (3 votes away from top-10)
15th: Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann
16th: Occult Academy
22nd: Noir

The rest is indeed missing though, and with “Issho ni Training Ofuro: Bathtime with Hinako & Hiyoko” on 24th, I wouldn’t take the list too seriously…

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    Because S-cry-ed is a 100x better than Cancer girl 7

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    i thought that s-cry-ed was based off the manga? Or was it that the manga was based off the anime>

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    @Darkrockslizer I feel you on the “Wishmaster”‘s misheard lyrics.

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    Burst Angel? Are you serious? That series was so bad and repetitive it was not funny.

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    And where is Baccano! on this list? When was the last time anyone saw a show that was effectively a series of vignettes starring 1920’s New York mobsters, immortals (some of whom are also mobsters), homunculi and a Badass Normal gymnast who could kill anyone ever? Never before. No Japanese period piece has ever been this ‘fresh’ from a content standpoint and no juxtaposition by a Japanese author has been as ‘new’.

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