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Old 10-29-19, 04:51 AM
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1. Slam Dunk
2. Sailor Moon
3. Cooking Master Boy
4. Cardcaptor Skura
5. Law of Ueki
Old 06-15-22, 12:00 PM
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These are the 1st animes I watched
Voltron
Akira
Robotech
Ninja Scroll
The Guyver
Old 06-15-22, 01:05 PM
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Originally Posted by WTK
In no order...
  • Conan, the Boy in Future
  • Doraemon
  • Gunbuster
  • Kimagure Orange Road
  • Maison Ikkoku
Originally Posted by toddly6666
Just FUTURE BOY CONAN
I forgot how much love there is for Future Boy Conan. Man I have to get around to watching my Blu-ray.

Originally Posted by fujishig
Ah, a Leiji Matsumoto fan.

I know you're asking for the DVDs, but I think Crunchyroll has streaming eps of subbed Harlock and Space Galaxy 999. I dunno for sure, I've avoided the place since the original fansub controversy, but might be worth checking out.

edited to add: I should add that these streaming eps are officially licensed from Toei, just to clarify.
This is how old this thread is, I was still associating Crunchyroll with their early (and shady) fansub dealings. But it's great that stuff like Harlock, Mazinger Z, and a ton of others got released here.

Originally Posted by Hecatomb
These are the 1st animes I watched
Voltron
Akira
Robotech
Ninja Scroll
The Guyver
I was going to do the whole Robotech spiel again and forgot that I already had that discussions here with Ash.
Old 06-15-22, 06:56 PM
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Re: Post your Top 5 classic Anime

Originally Posted by fujishig
Originally Posted by WTK
In no order...
  • Conan, the Boy in Future
  • Doraemon
  • Gunbuster
  • Kimagure Orange Road
  • Maison Ikkoku
I forgot how much love there is for Future Boy Conan. Man I have to get around to watching my Blu-ray.
I don't even remember posting this list. Most of my listed titles are available in 2022 in some capacity.

- Conan, the Boy in Future | released on BD by GKIDS (under Future Boy Conan).
- Doraemon | STANDY BY ME DORAEMON movies 1 & 2 are streaming on Netflix https://www.netflix.com/title/80158156 / https://www.netflix.com/title/81451264
- Gunbuster | BD (with English dub) is to be released by Discotek Media
- Kimagure Orange Road | released on BD by Discotek Media
- Maison Ikkoku | remains unlicensed after VIZ's license expiration
Old 06-15-22, 07:04 PM
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It still amazes me that they actually dubbed a Doraemon show, aired it on Disney XD no less, and I guess because it's a kids show they never released it. Heck my kids want to rewatch Yokai Watch and they're out of luck.
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Depending on your local library, Yokai Watch can be streamed via Hoopla https://www.hoopladigital.com/title/12236249.

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