View topic - Favorite Japanese Language Anime??
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I also recommend crayon Shinchan. If you haven't seen it, you definately need to check it out.
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Another good one, if you've ever played a MMORPG game, is .hack//sign. Its a bit weird, and I didnt like the ending, but otherwise a *great* anime... I must warn you however, NEVER watch it in english!
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Sounds like you might enjoy something serious, Shibakoen. Have you heard of "Monster"? It was an 18 volume manga (I believe) that is currently being animated. I don't believe the anime is licensed, so I have no reservations telling you that a group called Anime-Kraze is currently subbing it. (They have released 65 episodes to date.) Their work is superb. Though, if you're hoping to try to understand without subtitles, unless your skill is high, "Monster" may be difficult--especially in the beginning where there are a lot of medical terms used.
A summary from Anime News Network
Kenzou Tenma, a Japanese brain surgeon in Germany, had it all: incredible skill at his work, a rich and beautiful fiancee, and a promising career at his hospital. However, after becoming disenchanted by hospital politics, he chose to save the life of a young boy who got shot in the head over the life of the mayor. As a result he lost the support of the hospital director, as well as his position in the hospital and his fiance. A short time later, the hospital director and the doctors that replaced him were murdered, and once again he was catapulted back onto the top. But as the chief suspect of the murders, Tenma did not get a easy life. As a matter of fact, it seems that the boy he saved was much more than he had appeared to be... Now to clear his name and to correct his past mistake, Tenma must get to the bottom of these and other murders, and investigate the truth of the Monster who is behind all of this.
Perhaps you'd like to check this one out. (ANN.com summary page of Monster)
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If you are under 18, then it is probably not appropriate though.
Serial Experiments: Lain is an interesting series.
Trigun is entertaining as well. People have said good things about GTO (I've only watched the live action drama of it, which I recommend).
When someone says Anime to me though, I think in Japanese, not English. Oh, if you haven't seen the movies by Miyzaki, then I recommend you see those. I'd only watch the ones in Japanese, although the English version of Princess Mononoke isn't terrible.
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naruto of corse
ah my goddess ova and the series
rozen maiden and tramend
wolfs rain i love the dub and the sub too
samurai deeper kyo i love the sub and the dub
digimon all four seasons i love the sub and the dub
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