There hasn't been anything a reasonable person could call a TV anime classic since Madoka. That's three years now! In the past we didn't go this long between them
Kill la Kill will probably be remembered fondly for years and years to come.
Happiness Charge will be a classic
Where can I learn to see the future like you?
Define 'classic'. There's no doubt that people will continue to talk about Madoka for years to come, but what about the other popular shit that'll still probably be remembered as well?
OP, samefagging your own troll thread is pathetic.
Whatever you say anon-sama
My second guess would be a VPN, but I doubt even a shit-taste Madokafag would be that autistic.
Sakura Trick will be forever remembered as the start of the tidal wave of gay moe that will erode away shitty anime until anime is saved.
Third possibility: more than one person might disagree with you. The odds may be higher than you think!
As the most disappointing anime of the year, yes.
>calling Madoka 'classic'
Madoka is the 14th anime franchise to earn over 2 billion yen in the Japanese box office, and first new anime franchise in 16 years (since One Piece).
Kaiji season 2 was great
but sure, the last 4 or so seasons have been shit
Let's take a short trip into the future.
A second season that was notably worse than the previous one is hard to call a classic, no?
Remakes can't be classics, and that was an OVA anyway
Kaiji was 10/10
Kaiji II was 9/10
Still makes it a classic
or if you look at Kaiji 1 & 2 as one long show
Season 1 was before 2011
Hate to say it but casuals love the shit out of of Steins;gate
Reddit, ANN, MAL etc
The same people who put Geass in their top 10
That's because it was really good. It doesn't get discussed anymore, though, which is kind of important here.
But Code Geass was actually great.
I agree but Naruto is still my favourite anime