What are some good epic anime shows? :)

Can you all recommend me good anime show? :) much appreciated friends

4 years, 10 months ago
Dre
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As Jim said, from which side do u say "good" But if may recommend "Tari Tari" or "Sola*

4 years, 10 months ago
andriejuan
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What do you mean by "epic"?

We have several lists of shows, but if this one is different I'll be happy to help :)

4 years, 10 months ago
jim
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Thanks buddy :D

4 years, 10 months ago
Dre
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A MUST see is Claymore, Code Geass and Death Note. These anime shows will change your life.

They are more on the action side. If you want comedy I suggest Golden Boy, Baka to test, High school girls, Love Hina. Cannot think of the others now.

But Claymore is a MUST see show.

Try some of these out and let me know what you think.

4 years, 10 months ago
MHercie
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Durarara!! Defiantly that anime is one of those that just change your whole perspective on like...everything ~(._.~)

4 years, 10 months ago
Canada_Hetalia
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Cowboy Bebop, Bleach these two are great shows to start off with.

4 years, 9 months ago
cyberclown
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These recommendations are epic in a literal sense.

  • Legend of the Galactic Heroes is much like a historical drama that takes place in a distant, hypothetical future. No Region 1 licensing, so if you want to try it you're going to have to be okay with importing expensive Region 2 sets or bootlegging.

  • Giant Robo is a surprisingly mature series of movies with giant robots punching each other and secret organizations at war over the fate of the world. It's had multiple dubs and multiple releases and is probably available in inexpensive bundles.

  • Macross Plus is a good entry point to Macross, free of the Frankenstein's monster of anime, the Robotech franchise. If Plus works out for you, try the original SDF Macross. Any of these three you choose to try should still be available on legal streaming sites like Hulu and Netflix.

  • The Mobile Suit Gundam movie trilogy isn't especially expensive, but it wasn't cheap for me to get, either. It's a compilation of the original show from 1979, with most of the goofy, robot-enemy-of-the-week stuff taken out. If you like it, you might want to consider moving on to the next series, Zeta Gundam. Or the shorter series, War in the Pocket, which even people who aren't Universal Century fans will probably like.

Hope this helps your search for great entertainment.

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4 years, 9 months ago
blobguybob
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