Top Anime! (April Fools)


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I’M ALIVEEEEEEE!!!!

Phew, geez, I’m here. I didn’t really post anything for two whole weeks. Looking back I have no idea what I was doing in that time… Probably reading and watching shows. I finally got out of my reading slump, so I’m reading a lot more. And I got out of my drawing slump a bit, so I’m trying to draw more.

I also got back from my trip, but that was a long time ago. So I was just kinda floating around the interwebs in my spare time. (Forgive me!) But hey! I’m not dead! Yay!

I don’t really think I’ll have anything up for the rest of the week. I’m still kinda in this weird state of wanting to post things, but ending up doing something else. (I keep procrastinating.)

But once I get back into the groove of things, I’ll probably be more active than I’ve been.

Anyways, on with this post. (I put April Fools in the title cause it’s not in any way a serious post. I didn’t want to mislead anyone… but I guess that’s the whole point of this holiday.)


Who’s Best Anime?

#1

Cory in the House

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High quality. Just absolute genius. The CGI rivals that of Land of the Lustrous and Kado. Not only that but the DUB is just, mwah, fabulous. If you were going to watch this anime in 1080p like I normally do (pfft) then I recommend the English DUB. It’s way better than the SUB I guarantee.

#2

Shrek

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The animation in Shrek is absolutely flawless! The characters look so lifelike, you’d be amazed. And I had high expectations for the voice acting, but I can happily say it did not disappoint. The gingerbread man was obviously my favorite.

This film was so dramatic and action-packed. I was on the edge of my seat the entire time. This was incredible, I loved every moment.

#3

Arthur

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Arthur was a surprisingly touching anime. Really, I found it to be heartfelt and endearing. Although I couldn’t quite get past most of the animation styles, what really made me love this show was the amazing designs. I haven’t seen anything like it, and I don’t think there’s anything that’ll ever top it.

#4

Bee Movie

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Bee Movie, in my most personal and honest opinion, is probably my favorite on this list. This shoujo anime went somewhere no other shoujo shows have gone before. Because of this, Bee Movie is one of the most unique anime I have ever watched. Laying all the cards upon the table, I grew up with Bee Movie like I grew up with Ponyo (*cough* spot the lie *cough*). This film rivals any other I have watched in my childhood, and I’m glad I had the chance to see it.

#5

Lazy Town

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To me, I didn’t put this show on here for the excellent script writing (although it was there) I mainly put it here because of the soundtrack. Some say the movie makes the soundtrack, but it’s the complete opposite. I could listen to the music for hours on end. It’s just that good! 


Comment section question: What’s your favorite on this list?


Happy April Fools! 🎉🎉

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  1. My favorite anime is the amazing, the great, Arthur. I do not know why it wasn’t put up higher on the list, but Arthur is a master piece. The animation was at first hand drawn, which made the show seem simpler, but as the animation switched, so did how it looked. It went from a simple look to a professional look. The script writing is also fantastic, teaching everyone beautiful lessons that all should know. Also the opening theme is just fantastic. I still cannot get it out of my head. Aside from those wonderful things, Arthur also has many branching stories. The manga series is one of the best, and I love it to death. I remember collecting a lot of them and even have a full set of one of the manga series. There are also games that invite your mind to just explore. Even after all of that, Arthur taught me that you could do anything you put your mind to, like making potato chip pancakes (a little reference for all you Arthur fan girls and boys).

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    1. You have a very detailed description, my kind fellow. Thank you for your most generously input. I have seen some of the manga adaptation of Arthur, and I have to say that the art was exquisite. Very impressive. Though I need to yet play the games. I guess I am uncultured in that domain. I also agree that the morals of this anime taught very valuable lessons and explored the human conscience. I enjoyed that aspect of the show very much. But it’s still lacking in places of some animation. Although it’s easy to overlook. Again, thank you for your inside of Arthur, I highly enjoyed reading through it.

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  2. My first pick would be Arthur because I used to read the manga when I was in 3rd grade but I liked the anime more. My favorite character is Francine because I thought she was funny and my least favorite is D.W. because she was annoying. I kinda of ship Francine and Arthur together.

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    1. Honestly my new OTP. You can’t get anything better than that. I have to agree with you, the anime was my favorite compared to the manga. But it’s still just as good. Yet I feel like the anime gets the point across a lot more. I only wished I could’ve watched the SUB and the DUB.

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