Comment on Top 15 Anime Representative of the 90s by Anonymous:

How is GTO, Kenshin, and Initial D not involved on this list?

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  • Top 15 Anime Representative of the 90s:
    What about Record of Lodoss War, Macross, Tenchi Muyo, Patlabor?? Hell even, Project A-Ko?? There’s plenty more where that came from! Outlaw Star? I mean, come on!

  • Top 15 Anime Representative of the 90s:
    Oh, look, another shitty Japanese list made by Japanese people who have shit taste in anime. The lack of some major series here is disturbing, to say the least. Amongst them, Dragon Ball Z should be here. Without DBZ, MANY shows wouldn’t even exist because they were inspired by it, such as One Piece and Naruto. FOR SHAME, JAPAN. FOR SHAME.

  • Top 15 Anime Representative of the 90s:
    No. Because it had a shitty made for tv ending. If it had finished how the manga did, it would have been double the length of episodes and NOT suck.

  • Top 15 Anime Representative of the 90s:
    14. Lord of Lords Ryu Knight WTF??? That was popular? Cause it sucks and YOU probably don#t know it anyway. Not that YOU missed anything either….

  • Top 15 Anime Representative of the 90s:
    wheres K on! ?

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