Top 10 Original Anime That Deserve A Sequel


Hardcore anime fans have once again shared their opinions with the world courtesy of this latest ranking, which reveals one particularly well-received superhero series as the original anime (as opposed to adaptation) most deserving of a sequel.

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  • Anonymous commented on November 20, 2016 13:17

    Delta is the most garbage who i never see, kawamori say to Macross 2 be shitt, but they maked another copy similar to Dragon ball gt and dragon ball super...the shitt and the epic shitt.... More

  • Anonymous commented on November 20, 2016 13:15

    Plus is the only good, and Zero is regular, but the rest are really crap, and delta is the worts at all of them, full of cliches.... More

Hard Working Ema Yasuhara Figure


Shirobako’s underpaid animator Ema Yasuhara has shown off her dedication with this brand new Alter figure, bound to reel in buyers with her aspirations if not her cuteness – Ema Yasuhara can bolster the paychecks of animators this February.

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  • Anonymous commented on August 26, 2016 22:37

    ?????... More

  • Anonymous commented on August 26, 2016 17:49

    You sound like a shill for Alter. They're great but there's a lot of other great companies, too.... More

Sugoi Japan Awards 2016 Results Announced


The Sugoi Japan Awards have determined the top 5 anime, light novels, manga and entertainment novels that should receive more foreign attention, the results likely being influenced overwhelmingly by popularity and unsurprisingly containing only modern titles.

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  • Nigmund Freud commented on March 26, 2016 20:33

    Name "deeper" stuff? Yeah take most seinen material as your general example. Naoki Urusawa's Monster, Ghost In The Shell, Death Parade, Texhnolyze, Serial Experiments Lain, Neon Genesis Evangelion, Death Note, etc. Anime as a medium,... More

  • Nigmund Freud commented on March 26, 2016 20:29

    >Really good stuff needs no marketing. Tell that to Disney, Pixar or Marvel Studios.... More


Renowned bastion of gaming journalism IGN has unearthed its extensive knowledge on anime and ranked what they believe to be the best shows of 2015, favoring the soothing melodies of the violin over the likes of overpowered super heroes and schoolgirl zombies.

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  • Anonymous commented on February 11, 2016 14:59

    Lemme guess one of them is the fatass from ore monogatari?... More

  • Anonymous commented on February 11, 2016 14:57

    You must be a faggot if you think that was the number one show to watch... More


Fans have given deserved credit to original anime (as opposed to adaptations) with this latest ranking, listing those most deserving a sequel or other continuation – though the fact that 80% of the votes were cast by women has caused some to question the validity of the ranking, more so with the gratifying absence of fujoshi titles…

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  • Anonymous commented on September 21, 2015 11:11

    >>>>ORIGINAL lol these bandwagfags... More

  • Chen-04 commented on September 19, 2015 02:48

    Don't think any of those really need a sequel.... More

Top 10 Anime Characters of Winter 2015


As the winter season reaches its half-way point, a new ranking has emerged showcasing the latest top 10 characters of note – with the list starting to resemble a World War II naval order of battle thanks to dominance by a certain title.

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  • Anonymous commented on March 4, 2015 19:51

    You seriously think any character from an ecchi show will ever show up in these top 10 lists from Japan? It's always full of popular moe and shonen fads.... More

  • Anonymous commented on March 3, 2015 08:47

    Well, typical of every anime list since the first one ever, only popularity survives. It's really no surprise anymore. These lists only please if you're in to the latest fad. One time it was Haruhi,... More

Shirobako = “Anime Production Chaos”




Sure to deliver a coherent message on the strict deadlines concerning anime production and surprisingly nothing to do with Shaft, aspiring animator anime Shirobako directly educates viewers on the agonizing process required to complete a show on something approaching a schedule using only ill-paid studio drudges (thankfully lightened by the moe charms of the main heroine)…

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  • Anonymous commented on October 17, 2014 08:48

    but the eroge theyre making isnt an eroge about making an eroge sadly. Instead, if the art promos that appear are to believed, it is an eroge about torturing girls.... More

  • Anonymous commented on October 16, 2014 05:51

    Fuckkkkkk dammit just remenbed the last season of Genshiken crappppppp!!!!... More


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