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Hey hey. I was looking for a new anime to get into, and I figured I'd throw it out there to you, my fellow otaku, to point out some good ones I haven't seen yet. My current favorites are Bleach and Naruto, so I'd ideally like something in that vein, but I'm open to any suggestions.
Basically, I've seen most of the "big" anime and most of what's been on US TV. I'm looking for anime I might have missed, or even things that just haven't developed a big US following yet. Any help would really be appreciated. Oh, and I'll do a quick run down of what I have seen so far. It's probably not conclusive, but I'm at work and going off memory
- Hunter X Hunter
- Fullmetal Alchemist
- Initial D
- Cowboy Bebop
- Samurai Champloo
- Last Exile
- Ai Yori Aoshi
- Love Hina
- Yu Yu Hakusho
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I can't think of any other shonen anime like that. You could try MAR (Marchen Awakens Romance), but it's not as good as the ones listed.Originally Posted by Web Head
Seeing that you have Love Hina listed, you might want to try "Negima". It has less fanservice than LH (a pro or con depending on how you look at it), but it's fun none the less.
"Jinki: Extend" is a pretty good mech show. The paceing is a bit off, and it's only 13 episodes, but still a nice show.
If you're looking for an action anime, "Gungrave" and "Read or Die TV (and the OVA releasd by Manga) will both fill the void.
Try everything I listed above also.Originally Posted by Hayz
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Where do you buy your dvds?
where do you hear about them to know whether or not you may want to try them?
I have been buying mine through amazon.com and reading articles on there about them to buy and on here some.
I think you might like Suzuka since you listed Ai Yori Aoshi and Love Hina. You will like Please Teacher and Please Twins.
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Irresponsible Captain Tylor--This is a 1993 production, so it's fairly old. However, it looks a lot better than its date and it's a criminally underrated space comedy that never falls into the trap of being totally "wacky SD style anime". Rightstuf recently rereleased a special edition boxset of the TV series, so you can seek that out. If you want it cheaper, you can get the original release discs for a nice cheap price, but without the goodies of the special release.
As I always tell fans looking for anime--there ARE good shows out there that were made before 1996.
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