Comment on Top 25 Epoch-Making Anime by Anonymous:

Dear lord, you guys don’t understand the concept of “epoch-making”? Influential?

For something to be influential, the work must affect OTHERS works. Is like saying how a movie or a manga with revolutionary ideas created a bunch of similar or inspired works.

Like Pokemon. After Pokemon, a wave of “kids with their *monster/robots/csrds/thigs* became famous. The concept of a powerfull pet might have appeared before, but the way Pokemon presented it became worldwide famous, and changed the industry forever.

Madoka can’t be influential because it is so new that *nothing* was inspired by it.

Anonymous made other comments on this post:

  • Top 25 Epoch-Making Anime:
    speaking of “certainly” i just remembered to aru majutsu no index which influenced the scene as well pretty much

  • Top 25 Epoch-Making Anime:
    you should have mentioned black rock shooter, since hatsune miku definetely influenced like about 90% of anime artist of today

  • Top 25 Epoch-Making Anime:
    also K-ON! and Lucky Star schould be definetely above suzumiya haruhi. haruhi simply fuked up and doesnt deserve that spot anymore :0 there was certainly better moe animes

  • Top 25 Epoch-Making Anime:
    oh well Dragonball and Sailormoon should be in the top 3 together with neongenesis evengelion, for one simple reason. those series did rule the whole anime scene outside of japane for decades, also detective conan, one piece and naruto but those series are least important. Many dudes and artist in the West also love Yoko littner or yoko ritona from guren lagann, so thats also an important series i guess :3

  • Top 25 Epoch-Making Anime:
    K-on??? lol… I pity this list. Lucky Star and Haruhi were great… but not epoch-making. There are some good “epoch-defining” anime on this list, but epoch-making? I think the author is confused. Or maybe the translation is incorrect.

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