Last Anime?

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Re: Last Anime?

Postby kazuya » Sun Feb 16, 2020 3:33 am

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Re: Last Anime?

Postby MaroonChan » Sun Feb 16, 2020 10:40 pm

Magic Knight RayEarth

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Postby ShugoHanasaki » Tue Feb 18, 2020 8:27 pm

Rewatched Tokyo Revelation
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Postby brit » Tue Apr 14, 2020 2:39 pm

Would have been in January. I was rewatching episodes of Ranma 1/2 with my bestie.

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Re: Last Anime?

Postby JonOU812 » Wed May 20, 2020 12:54 pm

Just finished binge watching Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water. It’s outdated in a visual sense and it’s obvious where the animation got hit in certain scenes and episodes, but by god the story is just awesome. Would highly recommend it. (it’s a Gainax anime written by Hayao Miyazaki what more do you need?)
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Re: Last Anime?

Postby ShugoHanasaki » Sat May 30, 2020 7:43 pm

I checked out the Digimon remake. I'm going to continue to try and watch it, but the re-do very much let me down in the first episode
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Re: Last Anime?

Postby kazuya » Mon Jun 08, 2020 12:30 am

If you ask me you just can't beat the 80s early 90s anime...
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Re: Last Anime?

Postby Shinto-Cetra » Tue Jun 30, 2020 2:57 pm

I recently finished Woodpecker Detective's Office, which is about a fictional detective office run by Kyosuke Kindaichi and Takuboku Ishikawa, both of whom were real life figures in early 20th century Japan. It had a really nice Taisho-era aesthetic (east meets west in a nutshell) and some well-written mysteries, and likable characters.

Also I saw both seasons of Granblue Fantasy, which is basically Final Fantasy 1-9 x Skies of Arcadia: the anime. Anime that have RPG-like plots but aren't isekai are rare, and the world building and characters were great. It has airships and floating continents, plus Nobuo Uematsu and Hideo Minaba were involved, hence my comparisons.

kazuya wrote:If you ask me you just can't beat the 80s early 90s anime...

Agree 100%. While I enjoyed and recommend both of the modern shows I listed, for Granblue in particular I kept thinking, "This is really good, but the animation pales in comparison to the 1990 Record of Lodoss War OVA". There's a certain magic to hand drawn animation that CGI can't fully replicate. As an artist who usually uses colored pencils, but dabbles in Clip Paint, I can relate personally. Also the time period you mentioned had (for anime in in general) higher color contrast, not to mention more thick dark lines, both of which I prefer.


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