Representative anime of last 50 years:
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「Star of the Giants」
「GeGeGe no Kitaro」
「Lupin III Part 1」
「Galaxy Express 999」
「Future Boy Conan」
「Neon Genesis Evangelion」
「Fullmetal Alchemist 2003」
「The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya」
「Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex」
「Puella Magi Madoka Magica」
「Attack on Titan」
「Girls und Panzer」
「Uta no Prince-sama: Maji Love 1000%」
>Haruhi instead of K-On
I guess you could say it's, endlessly better than K-On.
Kuso taste as usual.
>No Osamu Dezaki
But obviously quality isn't part of the metric if we're including fucking garbage like SnK, GuP, Uta no Prince, and Haruhi to begin with.
>Attack on Titan
He worked on Astro Boy.
They're good shows.
But Gundam started airing in 1979. How can it be representative of the 70s?
10s is so underwhelming compared to the rest. Glad to see Macross though.
>Attack on Titan
I dont have a reaction image good enough for this post.
yeah but it's not fair considering we are only 4 years into this decade
Yeah, he was an episode director. But the style he developed came from the shows he directed would influential. I am not saying Astroboy wasn't influential but Dezaki's contributions to anime as whole really came from his other work.
Only one good show
2011 2ch best anime:Madoka
2012 2ch best anime:Girls und Panzer
2013 2ch best anime:Attack on Titan
Not sure why Utapri is there though
But that's Girls und Panzer
Its like you don`t know how scary fujos are.
>Not sure why Utapri is there though
Representative of the current trend about idol anime recently.
But SnK is a subpar adaptation of an undeservedly popular manga with shitty art. How can it represent anything?
Well i guess that's the answer
>「Uta no Prince-sama: Maji Love 1000%」
>not even 2000%
Where the fuck are TTGL and KLK?
>「Attack on Titan」
>「Uta no Prince-sama: Maji Love 1000%」
Thats why I said underwhelming, compare it to the others in that list. I hope that >>101781041 is right and that the next 5 years will even the choices a bit.
Back then around 70'-80's
>Fullmetal Alchemist 2003
>Girls und Panzer
What a fucking awful list.
No Pokemon? No Code Geass? No Bebop?
Not really,Madoka and GuP are awesome
Is anyone here going? I am thinking of buying tickets.
Thinking about it, Sunrise is having some events including announcing a new Gundam series
Where the fuck is Yamato?
Where the fuck is Heidi?
Where the fuck is Ghibli anything?
How can you just pretend these didn't exist.
Future Boy Conan
Not from Ghibli but director is Miyazaki
Also i think the list is about TV anime
The neckbeard is strong in this one
>Attack on Titan
>Uta no Prince-sama: Maji Love 1000%
I wonder if one can die from shit taste poisoning
>「Attack on Titan」
>Talking shit about GuP
It's based on popularity and large fads, I assume.
Every show listed has a massive and individual following.
People don't know Digimon was fucking awesome in 90s?
>not even tamers
japan once again confirms that snk is AOTY and only hipsters hate it
Alright /a/ pick your choice for series that represent anime, remember to take into account popularity and impact they've had.
K-ON every year
Gross, it's just extremely popular stuff.
I hope this is just bait.
Being the best monster-fighting game advertisement anime is like being the king of Shit Mountain. I dropped it after Adventure 2, and I'm not going to watch almost a day's worth of animation to see if it's halfway decent in Japanese, and I'm not backtracking to season one which I remember being halfway decent because every time I banked on something living up to my nostalgia I get sledgehammered in the balls.
I think UnP is there to round out the genres. It feels like each of the eras they want to have some boys shows and some girls shows.
I mean, what would you say is a really popular show made for girls during the 10s? I
>Digimon Adventure 2
Ashita no Joe really needs to be there. Considering that the fact modern Shonen series are base around a lot of the tropes established in Sport anime/manga.
Still, it's a bit hazy whether the manga or anime should be counted being more influential but Sailor Moon, Lupin II, GE999, DB, UY, FMA, etc are on the list.
Still, Ashita no Joe still gets highly reference to this day unlike a lot of the other series on the list.
I would love seeing Rose of Versallies on there but that definitely influenced manga more so than anime.
Dirty Pair was a highly innovative show back then.
And why don't anyone recognize Slayers and Trigun? Too expensive to feature em?
I love Digimon and GGG but was there really nothing else they could've picked for the 90s? I don't even know what to think about them picking Precure. Utapri is proof of fujoshi madness.
Good one anon, I'm dying over here.
Bebop is hardly representative of what anime was like in the 90's.
I know I'm the only one here but I actually preferred FMA 2003 to Brotherhood.
Except, UtaPri doesn't come close to representing the trend of idol anime at all.
Even Macross Frontier would make a better pick.
UtaPri is the only male idol anime as well.
How is that representative of idol anime at all?
How the fuck is Precure there but not Pokemon?
Except that is a bad answer from a fujoshit.
I can see why Precure is more well known at least in Japan. It has a lot more buzz than the average Pokemon episode.
For how shit it is/was/whatever
How was naruto or bleach not the biggest series to come out of the 00's?
Excuse plot, tons of sameface with color-coded hair, huge cast made for random shipperfaggotry. I'd say it represents both idolshit and otomeshit very well.
So UtaPri is only there because of PC?
Glad you admit it because the chart gets more retarded as the decades progress.
UtaPri didn't start anything nor did it influence anything.
There has been idol anime since forever.
I guess you could call it the culmination of all of the super robot anime leading up to it, including shows Tomino himself had worked on.
Because Pokemon gets like 5% ratings share and marketing is a shitton more aggressive on the gaming front.
Not surprised for the most. I think it might be a little to early to post the 10's. But you could probably leave Madoka and SnK up there. Highly doubt their will be 3 or more shows bigger than either one in the next decade.
For the most part it isn't horrible, I just with they'd wait til the end of the decade before doing the 2010's as that's obviously everyones biggest issue.
My guess is that they were trying to keep still running series out.
I am ready to admit being mentally challenged if you can explain to me how I am; and dear god in this issue I'd rather be retarded.
It just seems if we define a decade of media, it would make sense to pick representatives that had the most success, whether or not the content is actually any good.
I would try to think of something snarky and dry to say to try to force you to actually explain your view to me rather than simply post trendy pictures, but I am bad at trolling ( part of being retarded I suppose).
>people bitching about snk
Just stop. You don't like it because it's super popular we get it. That's not going to keep it from wining all these awards and being remembered for the decade.
The new "Tokyo International Anime Fair"
The list is retarded for restricting Gundam to only the 70s when Gundam Seed and Gundam Unicorn made bigger splash in later decades.
And otomeshit isn't representative of anime at all when very few actually get made.
Also, being the only male idol anime show already disqualifies it as being an actual representation of idol anime
Explain how I'm a newfag? I simply said I'm not surprised because these series are the ones bringing in the cash and making a name for themselves in the industry
>The list is retarded for restricting Gundam to only the 70s when Gundam Seed and Gundam Unicorn made bigger splash in later decades.
Full Metal Alchemist is pretty questionable.
Even InuYasha is a better representation of the 00s than FMA.
Nothing he said sounded like a newfag. Stop being assblasted for no reason.
They aren't going to bring the same franchises name up twice.
>Full Metal Alchemist is pretty questionable.
Code Geass made a bigger splash.
Are you legitimately retarded? You called everything on that list shit and proceeded to give Naruto and Bleach as examples of your version of success. Not only is it a skewered version of what you define as 'successful', but they are not even remotely close to the top in its own realm. One Piece and Pretty Cure alone are far more pervasive in that aspect.
>It just seems if we define a decade of media, it would make sense to pick representatives that had the most success, whether or not the content is actually any good.
It's like you don't know how to think. You want to define a decade of media by what sold the most? You want to define restaurants worldwide with McDonalds?
Just get out or lurk more.
Im glad generic crap like geass, lagann and k-on was not mentioned.
No Detective Conan.
No One Piece.
It's like this person who made this list ignores mainstream anime that airs during daytime that gets high viewership ratings and picks late night otaku anime as actual representations of anime.
Out of all those I'm really suprised they didn't give code geass a node though. You can't deny how big of a deal it was. Guess we have season 2 to blame for that.
Pretty sure it was committee who's been doing this since the 70's if I'm not mistaken.
You are mistaken. See >>101783237
AnimeJapan is a committee less than one year old.
Well AnimeJapan is made up of committee members of both Anime Contents Fair and Tokyo Anime Fair
10+ years then,since it's from TAF
AnimeJapan advertised themselves getting "new blood" in their executive committee.
that explains the newfag taste
No Saint Seiya?
Hell, I would even say Yugioh deserves a place on this list since it cemented card battle based anime and signaled the decline of Japanese kids playing with mecha toys and the rise of them choosing to spend their money on card games instead.
I like GGG and I don't even know why the fuck it's there.
Not according to the sire
>Therefore, we have set up a new Executive Committee to conduct “AnimeJapan 2014” with members from the creative teams of both “Tokyo International Anime Fair (TAF)” and “ANIME CONTENTS EXPO (ACE).” Both TAF, which began in 2002, and ACE, which began in 2011, have been popular events featuring Japanese animation titles held every year in March.
Because all these shows are a lot more than just one decade
Nothing to do with "newfag"
keyword is creative teams not executive teams.
TAF's old executive team included Tokyo's former controversial mayor after all along with his lackeys as well.
You honestly don't think when an organization is reshuffled, some people won't get kicked out right?
>You don't like it because it's super popular we get it.
Yes that has to be it. The people that are recognizing Madoka as the only show in that era worth being on the list hate SnK because it's popular.
It's not like Madoka is more popular than SnK or anything.
>ut of all those I'm really suprised they didn't give code geass a node though. You can't deny how big of a deal it was. Guess we have season 2 to blame for that.
Nah, I'd say the other absences of similarly popular shows suggest that had nothing to do with this.
>Im glad generic crap like geass, lagann and k-on was not mentioned.
>list has pretty cure and sailor moon
None of those animes were good though on that list.
And yes, if we defined 'X amount of time' of peoples diet, why wouldn't you use what most people actually buy/eat. Just because 3 star restaurants exist do not mean it defines the human eating experience. On the whole that would still be rice.
If you do not define a corporations success with profit or the amount of people that product reaches, I would think you have a skewed vision of success. Thelonious Monk was reinventing how people played the piano, but The Beatles are the defining feature of world music of the 1960's.
As for most art, specifically fine art, it's value is completely arbitrary. It is talked about quite a bit here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9530vMXviwc
I think you should stop acting like your shitty cartoons with mediocre writing and 15 frame/second cell shaded (and I can't put enough quotes around this) "animation" is so much different from the stuff you hate. It is like arguing over the nuances in the color of shit.
Fucking idiot. No wonder you're asking why Naruto and Bleach aren't there.
Instantly makes up for how shitty the rest of the list is.
10/10 taste Japan.
So Digimon gets in but not Pokemon?
Yeah but what's this have to do with "newfag"?
Is this the kind of excuse you make to justify loving Naruto, Jesus Christ.
It's what happens when Sunrise is one of the companies that is part of the committee.
>I think you should stop acting like your shitty cartoons with mediocre writing and 15 frame/second cell shaded (and I can't put enough quotes around this) "animation" is so much different from the stuff you hate. It is like arguing over the nuances in the color of shit.
Holy shit are you trying to prove you know nothing about anime? Because you're doing a good job of coming off as someone who doesn't know shit about the medium and assumes it's inherently worthless.
Keyword is these 4 shows are more than just decade
>It's not like Madoka is more popular than SnK or anything.
The anime might be. The franchise most certainly isn't. I'd even say the anime is more popular than madoka now. Or getting close to surpassing it. Ton's of casuals I know that never heard of madoka are watching snk.
Now does that make it better? No, but it is bigger.
I see what you did there.
But I ain't laughin.
B-but I laughed.
>Complete anecdotal evidence
How about we look at sales in Japan and look at which one is being released around the world?
Pokemon had a utterly terrible Anime
Digimon Adventure was at least somewhat decent, even if Tamers is better
What is this? The anime log of a normalfag? Still glad for garbage like LoGH and Devilman doesn't show on here.