Before you wax nostalgic for the sake of comedy, the 60s may have influential stuff, but that influence is dried up and meaningless once you reach 1980. Then what you're left with is super low budget shit for kids and a few interesting films.
Speed Racer is a gateway anime of the worst kind
You bet your balls i do. Rock and Roll is the best thing to happen to the world
Remember when the japs called the fact that the US was going to be run by the Jews?
I dunno, it feels like the 60's cared more about QC than any other era.
>tfw no one remembers the 30s
>tfw no one remembers the 10's
It was the first of what we'd call modern anime. Stuff done on the cheap, cost saving animation on the 3s, speed lines, not animating to prerecorded dialogue.
Happy new year 1965 everybody
How the hell is there so few of these translated? How can any of us call ourselves anime fans when we don't demand our history be opened to us?
Of course this doesn't apply if you speak moon, but still.
Because beyond only some of them being museum pieces, the rest probably just aren't interesting enough to watch all the way through for dozens of episodes. If it helps any, Space Ace, Goku, and Dororo are on AnimeSols.
I don't think anyone remembers the 60s, unless you were a square. By the sounds of it you were.
It's the '60s. Half the time there's no raws to sub in the first place - even if it's not a lost work, good luck tracking down all the episodes online.
Besides most of the memorable series were from Tezuka and his manga are translated AFAIK.
Well, I only watched Tiger Mask (L'uomo tigre; way to go, Italy, bringing a bloody wrestling show in a children time slot), Attack number 1 (Mimì e la nazionale di pallavolo), and a few episodes of a few other series, but I don't remember it well (it was 30 years ago).
>Boy watching girly shows
Yeah, I was embarrassed and switched channels when others were looking
It always feels like non-Murricans got to see tons of anime in the 60s through the 80s, and I suppose it makes sense from a commercial standpoint. America had its own robust animation market and that was enough for the few networks and public access, but licensing anime was probably cheaper than getting Hanna-Barbera. We only ever had a few anime in the states until more was needed to fill timeslots on 80s cable channels.
The 2004 version is superior.
Seriously, Tetsujin 28th 2004 is one of the best anime to come out of the 2000s.
It's better than the majority of mecha anime out there.
and it's all because it's directed by glorious Imagawa.
>The term "shotacon" is a Japanese portmanteau of Sh?tar? complex (?????????? Sh?tar? konpurekkusu?), a reference to the young male character Sh?tar? (???) from Tetsujin 28-go.
It was the same for Italy - they needed to fill timeslots with the advent of the new private channels at the beginning of 1980 and used japanese anime from the 60ies and 70ies - well, UFO Robot Goldrake was a huge success 1979 (but I couldn't watch it since my parents preferred other series).
Jesus fuck did you guys find these pics in /x/ or some shit? That is some nightmare fuel stuff. The purple tint ish picture looks like a distorted scary face man. Must be worse with silent audio or scratchy tunes.
Oh gawd I gotta ask /jp/ wtf Is going on in this video!
An I'll hold you to it! but first I'm going to need to clean alot of things on my hard drive.
I got a stack of discs to burn bulk files to, an whole lot of spare time!
right. I cannot stress how important advertising this is. I'm too burned out to remember anything. I rely on /a/ to tell me everything I need to know.
I'll come if I see your thread though.
Well they did burn most of it to the ground before nuking those two cities.
Also most of the animation made during and immediately before the war was pretty gross propaganda so there's that.