Wow, it's surreal reading a post you made six years ago and totally disagreeing. I've watched a few episodes of Batman: The Animated Series lately and while I love the background designs (buildings, cars) and colors I just about die when I see the poorly timed animation and really awkward, zoomed-out layouts. As I've looked back throughout Dragon Ball over the years I'd have to say the same about it, too. There are few interesting layouts that branch away from eye-level shots. Dragon Ball Super has been much better about this, though. If I have to make some new mentions, though, it'd definitely be Shin Seiki Evangelion (the twenty-six episode original series, the home video cuts for Episodes #21-24, and the theatrical film remakes of #25-26). Without a doubt, that is the greatest television series I have ever seen. It took its dwindling production schedule in complete stride and nevertheless managed to create the most cathartic and interesting set of characters and narrative possible. One episode it was a super robot series, the next it was a romantic school comedy and the next it was telling you it felt good to destroy everything and everyone. The voice cast, musical score, dialogue, colors, gore, sexuality, storyboarding, layouts, editing and the incredible way in which it turned reusing animation into an art form will forever stand as a testament to the power of the serialized television series and the medium of animation to convey genuine feelings in an abstract but easily digestible manner. Pure, unadulterated genius led by a man who was deep in the throes of his own depression. I find it interesting how the replies here are pretty incestuous. It really goes to show the demographic of this forum.