ITT: shows that will be seen as classics in 20 years
I feel like it'll be more like Rozen Maiden where everyone only remembers it for the meme it produced.
Chaika was alright, but definitely not a "classic". First season was quite an enjoyable little adventure, but the second season was a rough mess of a resolution to the whole thing.
At least all the girls were cute.
12 years and still a classic
New series soon when?
Psycho-Pass is an anime people are still going to be talking about 10 years from now
Nearly 4 years old now.
Ping Pong the Animation would classify as cult classic probably.
I feel like one punch man is probably going to be considered a classic by western audiences.
I wish Uchouten Kazoku was got more attention, same for SamFlam, it's the Gunbuster of our generation.
As in a tribute to the previous works from years pasted that builds up into something larger than it's parts.
>sad to say its a classic right now among underaged newfags
It's been a WSJ classic for ages, if you weren't new yourself and trying to fit in by hating battle shounen you'd know that
so soon? i'd say the go to classic for underages would be madoka or fma(either version). hxh's 2011 version is too new for that. i think it'll hold up for however many years though, earning the title - especially when another anime adaptation of it comes out in ~10 years
I know you're memeing but I could see this becoming a cult classic.
I don't understand how anyone can think IBO or anything by Mari Okada is better than it. It's a flawed series but one of the best recent gundams, only build fighters s1, unicorn, and thunderbolt being better than it.
Realistic 15/20 years from now classics
no taste involvedlist:
Kill la Kill
Haruhi's (all of them)
Sword art online get rekt
Shingeki no Kyojin
Kara no kyoukai
>lol finished never
Obscure recomendations tier:
season 3 never
Aku no Hana
ore no imouto
Kyoukai no kanata
Kantai Collection maybe?
Nobody will watch them but everyone will mention them tier:
Hajime no Ippo
Whatever I forgot from 2010 to now it's probably not worth mentioning I guess
>no telepathic colective discussions
Because it was a lot of newfag's first Tomino show and they couldn't handle not being spoonfed every little detail so now they act like it's the worst Anime in existence and every show by Tomino is shit.
I loved Chaika, but it was an average show. Maybe just a tad above average, but that's stretching it.
The second season was pretty bad too.
>logh still the best animu
it can't be helped
So which Tenchi spin-off is that? (kek)
>Shingeki no Kyojin
Entry-level "best animu EVAR" crap like Ranma and Ninja Scroll used to be back in the '90s, though maybe with better fujoshi appeal. The only reason /a/ remembers Ranma now is the gender-bender aspect from before that was cool.
I think a lot less stuff from now will become classics than deserve to be if only because of the tendency to make so many 13-episode (or less) shows with S2 NEVAR. If Konosuba really gets S2, it could make it.
Never forget that Niva literally saves the entire world and they locked her up forever.
RIP in pieces
>HxH >lol finished never
The manga continuation got anounced already
Are you fucking kidding me desu?
Faggots only remember it for the memes.
>jumps with rifle
>dives with rifle
>approaches with rifle, and holds it sideways which slows her decent but who cares about physics.
>final approach no rifle?
>grabs him with both hands, certainly no rifle.
what happened to the rifle?
She lets go of the rifle in the last scene you see her holding it. Just look at her hand. it's just opening to let go of it.
Not him, but FLCL looked great and was interesting. KLK is as little as they could've gotten away with and has a story that's so bad people who like it keep trying to convince themselves and others that the whole thing was a parody and not as stupid as it actually is.
That's why FLCL works and why KLK fails. KLK's animation isn't bad because it's over the top, it's bad because it's lazy. Half the time it looks like barely animated storyboards or a two second loop repeated for thirty. Neither makes for a good fight scene.
You can take a stupid idea and do something clever with it. But the premise isn't even what I'm talking about when I mean stupid, ti's the part where so much of that show is pointless and doesn't go anywhere and the pacing sucks.
That's just how the show rolls. You don't watch shit like Ren&Stimpy and complain how it's stupid and poorly paced, because no shit sherlock. Nobody's watching it expecting a fucking Mulholland Drive, that's not its purpose
It's not ground breaking in terms of trying anything different or being something that opened up something in the industry but it was done to such perfection that it was one of the most enjoyable shows ever.
This Chiaka probably will never be seen as "great", but it was a really solid, entertaining show and it had good pacing, which Bones shows sometimes suffer from a lack of.
Chaika is also a top tier qt, and I adore the stunted speech
>Shin Sekai Yori
Absolutely. It's got something of a cult following already, and it was well done. It just didn't garner a ton of popularity. I'm sure it'll be remembered for a long time.
It's already seen as a well made, well animated show and is praised everywhere. It's not going to have to wait to be vindicated by history.
Good luck man. Enjoy it. The entire cast is great.
White chaika a best though
Chaika brotherhood when?
>Chaika brotherhood when?
Any day now, hopefully.
I'd also accept Metal Gear Chaika
Why would anybody in the year 2036 care about anime from the 2010s?
Think about the 80s/90s anime threads we have on /a/, and how many of those posters discuss those shows only with nostalgia glasses.
The animation quality gap would be one thing, but the next generation of fans have better things to watch than the "classics", and that strikes as obvious just from browsing our own nostalgia threads.
I don't know if anyone on this board has even seen the Ninja Scroll tv spinoff (movie was fun enough). It was the literal worst thing I've ever watched at the time and still is.
Anyway, look at what's considered a classic from 20 years ago ('96):
Mostly the long running action shows. The high budget OVA/Movies also get remembered, by the people who liked them, but they're not really on the radar of the average weeb (things like Gunsmith Cats, 3x3 eyes, Armitage, Birdy, etc).
Then you have the forgotten, where 90% of the things made today fall into, aka ecchi, haremshit, short action series with no payoff, etc. Things like Lamune & 40 Fire, Burn Up, Idol Fight, Gowcaizer, Garzey's Wing, Maze, etc. The sheer volume of things made today isn't exactly helping either, as mediocre that would have been remembered years ago sink into the background a lot easier.
You're not thinking fourth-dimensionally, these anime will be 20 years old in 20 years. Some of these will be classics like some anime from the 80s-90s are classics today.
It's already a classic
in my heart.
too bad this won't be remembered
art style and music were so fucking good
Is Aria just not popular enough? bc it's like better than NNB yet hasn't even been mentioned. :(
Toru was around 20 or something. I think.
Well I mean the LN is the source material.
It's a shame the manga was cut though.
10 years from now we'll still be wondering what it meant.
It's one of those anime that's fun on it own, but glorious when watched together with /a/.
I'll miss Chaika threads, they were a lot of fun.
And that picture makes me miss Kokkuri threads.
I actually added Shigaraki there.
>Kill La Kill
>Shingeki no Kyojin