Ah, anime and manga. My time off of TK has lead me to the outskirts of 4chan, to the /a/, anime-manga section, of the site. Beyond all the 'LOL BLEACH TROLLIN' and the Big Shonan Jump 3 over hyping, very rare talks of GOOD anime show up...
My list basicly comprises of this.
High School of the Dead: Not for the weak of heart, but this series is damn good. Not just for the mindless T&A shots, but for the character developement. Also great if you like cameos, Shaun from Shaun of the dead is in one issue, running a store, looking extremely bored.
Cage of Eden: A similar plot like that of HSotD, but this one has a plane crash landing on a mysterious island, and encountering Prehistoric Beast. It's pretty much filled with T&A shots, but then again, all that aren't sword swinging I'm behind you now ones and moe-blob and LOLRANDUM ones are.
Dinosaur Girl: A kid, who is afraid of girls, is stuck in a woman's boxing club, and is romanticly sought after by almost all the female leads. Pretty much a ecchi/hentai one, but always good for a laugh. One of the girls is so obsessed, she tries to win his love by flashing her panties with 'INTENSE LOVE' written on them.
Shin Tenchi Muyo - All New Tenchi Muyo: Continueing from the OVA's of the, what I think, is one of the best series, these non-cannon mangas give Tenchi some great adventures. Minagi, Ryoko's sister/clone/daughter is a wonderful character, as is Dark Washu. Plus, some of the stories are down right hilarious. Tsunami takes away Ryoko's ability to cancel out hang overs, just when a Sake contest is in town, and the Misaki Shrine needs money.
Sailor Moon: Call me a pansy, call me what ever you like. The manga of Sailor Moon is down right CLASSIC. Not to perverted. Not to gorey. Not to complicated. A perfect manga in every way. The artwork's to die for as well.
Magical Pokan: A pretty cute/hilarious anime that deserves a second season. A witch, an android, a vampire and a werewolf, all princesses of the 'dark world' come to live in the human world. No real plot. Just good fun. Many consider it to be the one of the only shows that can't be considered moe-blob because it started way, way before then.
Outlaw star: What can I say about this classic? It's manga and anime are both WONDERFUL. The characters are great, plots awesome. Plus, the old fan-manga where it crossed over with Tenchi is a riot. Mihoshi tries to fix the android girl by jamming a wrench into her spine. Defenitly watch this series, great for nostalgic reasons as well, as it was airred on Toonami when MOLTAR still hosted it.
Yu Yu Hakisho: Another 'survivor' of the late 90's before anime and manga became all troll filled and BIG 3. I really enjoyed this series as well, but much of it's cast is male, so if you're in it for the chicks, look somewhere else. Also, the creator of this married Sailor Moon's creator. I think that's pretty epic.
Sailor Moon: ONCE AGAIN, an anime that has survived the test of time, even after the rapeing DiC gave it. Thank god we didn't get SABAN moon... But anyways, 200 episodes is a great length for this kind of show, plus, the characters are given more flare. And for an extra bonus, the show was popular enough to come back with a 40+ episode series of Live Action. Pretty well done too.
Azumanga Daioh: The very START of the moe-blob invasion is the best. A vastly entertaining show that knew how to do the 'SLICE OF LIFE' thing right. Defenitly recommended.
Tenchi Muyo: All of the series, Tenchi Muyo!!, Tenchi Muyo! RYO-OHKI!, Tenchi Universe, Tenchi in Tokyo, Tenchi GXP, and Pretty Sammy, all very entertaining to watch, even if you're just in it for the girls. Skip Sasami's Cooking Club though. Horrible. Simply Horrible. The three movies and radio drama series are also very well done as well.
Cowboy bebop: Remember the time Lupin the III grew an afro and became a bounty hunter? And he went into space? That sums up Cow Boy Bebop pretty damn well. Infact, if they ever make a cross over with Lupin, it'd be the best damn thing EVER. But the series ends on a downer, so be careful...
Love Hina: Despite having a bad rap, this show's basicly, Tenchi in a new body. It's enjoyable, as is the manga. So, if you can stomach it, watch it.
Rozen Maidens: Another 'cute' anime that can be damn serious at times. I recomend it, but eh.
Nadesico: Ah, one that James T. Goji started streaming. I admit, I didn't like it at first, but it grew on me. I recommend it if you enjoy space dramas/comedies.
Lupin the III: MOTHER. FVCKIN. LUPIN. CLASSIC. TIMELESS. IT'S STILL AROUND TODAY EVER SINCE IT FIRST MADE IT'S WAY ONTO TV'S IN THE EARLY 60'S! Lupin's one of the few Anime Characters that America reconizes that isn't Goku, InuYasha or Ichigo. The movies are hit and miss, but the classic series is HILARIOUS.
Irresponsible Captain Tylor: Another that James T. Goji introduced to me. The captain, Tylor, is a total moron, but is probably the smartest person ever. You can't tell with him, he's just happy to be alive and surrounded by friends. A great series.
Patalabor: Another one introduced to me by James T. Goji. Pretty much it's Code Geass with out being to... futuristic. It's enjoyable. Maincharacters are wonderful too.
InuYasha: I have a love/hate relationship with this show. I recommend it, since it's pretty entertaining, but the chemistry of certain characters, Sesshoumaru and Kagura, for one, is very interesting.
Isekai no Seikishi Monogatari: The newest Tenchi series, based on his brother in law. I kid you not. I have seen the first episode, and basicly, it's dark elves vs Mechs. And it has all the perverted humor of the original tenchi, plus some interesting cameos.
Dirty Pair: All I can say is...Nice. Anime, about lesbian space police. Plus, funny at times.
Ultraman Graffiti: Hard to find, yes. Funny? DOWN RIGHT FRIGGIN HILARIOUS! One of the opening shots is Ultraman taking an Ultra-Poop!
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