ITT: Anime literally no one remembers
a lot of people tough this was the anime of the tear of /a/. Looking back, it was basically what Flip Floppers is now.
I just remembered it today after how many years.
I'm pretty sure less than 30 people on /a/ have seen arguably the best comedy ever made.
It surprised me at the time that /a/ wasn't all over a series with a nopan loli.
Haha yeah I even forgot about that
I remember watching it around the time the second season was airing, catching up and getting to the end
I haven't seen anyone on /a/ talk about it in the past few years though which is weird considering the Manga was ongoing and ended recently
Here's one even I can't remember.
I think it had an androgynous male lead.
At one point there was a dam and maybe a large creature.
At one point there was a labyrinth in which I think there was a minotaur.
That's literally all I can remember and it's been bugging me for many years.
Kyousougiga was great.
No, it's not Blood. It's from >>151223815
Meanwhile, I don't think anyone here remembers pic related.
Patrician taste. Every time the the grey goons make their sound, I lose it
I expect everyone has forgotten about her and her anime
earlier today at the gym, i remembered this show and realized i have a soft spot for late 2000s 6/10 shows
That one comedy isekai with the trans greenhair and the MC with headphones, where the rival got his gintokis crushed and the final episode had a joke preview for S2 with the loli grown-up and the MC fat and neckbearded.
It had one of the most satisfying final boss battles I've seen.
>Tells the love story of a human and a utility pole.
>Elemi the power pole becomes infatuated with electrician Mr. Takahashi.
>Pretending she is human, she decides to ring him. But this contact is forbidden in the law of power poles.
>Eventually, rumours spread all over town and Elemi is summoned to court.
The head writer for KLK did a stageplay that was adapted into a Madhouse anime.
One of my 1st anime. Watched it on netflix about 4 years ago, loved it. But it seems as if nobody even knows it exists.
Used to watch it back when I was a kid.
Can't remember anything from it t b h.
I was still pretty new when it aired.
I had no idea what the fuck was going on.
Looking through pics of it now though, I actually really want to rewatch it and see if I come to this same conclusion.
Y'all're faggots though, I bet I'll love it.
>Looking back, it was basically what Flip Floppers is now.
Literally the opposite.
FliFla is carried by its production values, while Kyousougiga was doomed by Toei's TV anime budget.
I literally learned how to cook from those Vamp segments.
Watching this every 3 months or so
Stop giving the meaningless generic answer every faggot always gives when he proves he's a dumb newfag. Did you even stop to consider that anon isn't trying to fit in but to tell a streamfaggot to fuck off?
Apparently this is even on Crunchyroll, and yet I've never met anyone else whose seen it
I liked the concept behind Fractale. I enjoyed the way you had the cyber-reality everyone lived with draped on top of the physical reality.
But unfortunately this concept was never something they really spent much time exploring, the entire plot spiraled the drain.
It's really too bad that there were some good ideas in that pile of poop because I have to look back and think about how much better it could have been.
Honestly one of my favorite super-power series. I thought the main character was fucking top tier. I really wish more shows had adult MC's like him instead of children and teenagers.
kami-sama dolls was a bit of a NRTR lite, but i still kinda liked it
Best eleventh episode in the history of Anime.
I doubt /a/ even watched this. Mitsuhide was best girl.
I remember this because it aired among the first seasons when I watched airing anime seriously.
Same for pic.
nobody still alive today remembers this one, except me
The only thing I remember from this show is the godly ED/OP. And the fact that it was the first anime I torrented with 56kbps.
Downloaded a bunch of'em forgotten anime
Tell me if they're worth it
>everything is bait, everyone does everything out of bad intentions
no, I've just never seen it discussed here in the countless years I've been lurking. One time I mentioned it a couple of years ago, and nobody responded so I thought I was the only one here who had watched it
I have literally never heard anyone talk about natsu yasumi, the greatest shaft comedy ever made.
there is no need for anyone else to remember, as long as I do.
don't bother with the TV show, it's not very good.
Here are some shows that I haven't heard anyone talk about:
Zkc the unlimited: HK
Witch hunter Robin
Ghost sweeper mikami
Gun x sword
Hell teacher nube
Record of lodoss war
Natsu no arashi
And most of the stuff on this list:
Kugimiya's roles always involve a girl that feels bad about her size, and her series always poke fun of it too.
In MM, the girl is considered to be the most beautiful girl in the school, and is pretty confident in her body.
Just to adress a few of those
Fun show, but got terrible BD treatment. Looks like they scanned VHS tapes for it.
These are mentioned on /m/ pretty regularly. None are very good.
>Gun x sword
Same as above but actually good.
I don't know how you can fuck up Captain Harlock in the Old West, but they managed it here. Waste of time.
>Record of lodoss war
The OVAs got a lot of attention with their recent BD release. Always brought up whenever elves are mention.
Piro a best. Deedo a shit.
Again, /m/ masturbates to it. I found it boring shit.
great show, yeah. the double episode 1/2 was depressing as fuck
Already had an hard time finding people who knew about it back then.
Why would someone not see a classic?
Also the most forgotten era is the early 2000s and the reasons are understandable, as for me I find a charm in those usually unprecise beginner digital visuals and I realize I don't know much about this era so it's always interesting.
When I find older post, like from 2007, talking about "your favorite shows", and the newfags from 2007 that prefered 2000-2007 show and not the cels one because too old, some rare names are coming up.
Pic related. Never heard of it from /a/ nor from any other places, but it was great
I really liked one. I thought more people knew about it.
watching right now, at part when they're trying to steal the transport ship. the past few episodes have been pretty retarded with dumb decisions and kids not trying to kill people trying to kill them (especially risking losing an alien child who could never see his kind again)
sakurako-san no ashimoto
Boy have a weird mother obsessed with dead people
I don't want to because of the ending. It's still my most common example for the sunrise revival machine to this day. What a waste.
Although it was funny to see Madoka bleing claimed as the best thing ever for things it already did years before.
Shinigami no Ballad
Just ignore the shitty ending, Mai Otome anime and ovas fixed the story
[C]: The Money of Soul and Possibility Control
I remember when /a/ asked by Momo vs Fumika impossible battle
Nurarihyon no Mago
-Anime plot is 100% different of manga
-Ignore yokai of a manga about yokais
-Director stopped of making anime after of Mago
The only reason why I remember this is because it was the first show I downloaded.
>cell phone abuse the animation
>when your onii-san
becomes a literal mad man and you must end him
Various characters set up death puzzles and MC foils them constantly. Supporting plot involving 'blade children' who are missing a rib and have cat pupil eyes for no real reason. Was okay if you didn't take it too seriously.
Anyways, no one else on /a/ ever seems to know what this one is.
This show was hilarious, and yet I never see it mentioned on /a/
Season 2 never.
I don't think I've seen anyone mention this in the past year since it aired.
You take that back.
Never see this one talked about on here. Shame the author died before he could finish the source material.
Now here's a challenge for you.
Anyone remember this? One the main reasons I remember it is because the main character's theme was a Bulgarian folksong.
Infinite Ryvius is the most pure late-nineties hip hop radio station experience you'll ever get.
Also a fantastic show.
The problem with getting people to watch Zegapain is that it's a much better sci-fi show than it is a mecha show. The mecha action is merely okay, but the rest is fantastic. Watch it even if you don't like mecha.
Even now? jesus fucking christ how horrifying
It wasn't even that long ago this aired but I haven't seen it mentioned once outside of its threads, not even when it was airing. Like a dozen people max watched this show.
Because the show was pretty shit, and had an atrociously unsatisfying ending.
The MC ends up foreveralone and the girl who liked him fucked off with that red haired guy and had a family with him instead.
Fuck why did you remind me aaaaaaaaa
I think this is a sequel to>>151226308
really good show.
Hey there is one other /a/non that knows it after all!
This is known, MC is alpha as fuck.
this was actually a really fun show
i enjoyed all the characters and it just made me feel good
it kinda reminded me of some 90s show like Parker Lewis or something
and the chinese videogame episode is legendary
Going to watch pic related for the first time in over 10 years, lets see how holds up
>Never heard of it from /a/ nor from any other places
Didn't this win a sci-fi of the year award in Japan?
It was also pretty popular back in the day and even now many people fondly remember beard wars.
Pretty sure no one even knows this exists.
Fuck you, I was watching this back in like 2010.
And then I ran out of subs because the sub group only did half of the episodes and you can pretty much only find it on Youtube nowadays.
Wasted potential. Fucking beautiful, but the plot was mediocre/bad and it was too short/fucked over by their... short? That preceded it.
Beautiful but so mediocre.
Reminds me of better times on /a/ when most posters were just autistic anime fans.
First arc + video game arc were god tier, other arcs were alright.
Not as bad as the shit it got.
Wonderful, used to be an /a/ classic. It's aged a little since when it came out, but it felt very trendsetting when it aired.
Honestly not 1/2 as good as the credit it gets, but it would still be nice to see it finished.
Wasted potential, I was so mad it wasn't a little bit better. Good characters, decent plot, but just lacked flair and more substantial plot.
That's kind of insane. It's weird to see series from this era ongoing.
10/10 anime cut short because of budget. Absolutely inspired and wonderful characters that I truly cared about.
It was not really good, but it was alright.
Loved seeing some of the shows I had not thought about in a while in this thread. Tried to comment on a few that meant something to me when they aired.
Also to add to my post, I'd post honey and clover or 5 leaves (more modern) as series that are seriously under-discussed/represented/appreciated.
Honey and Clover was a fucking game change and completely altered how "mature" coming of age stories/straight josei demographic titles would be written in the future.
Sakurasou was nearly a fucking copy of honey and clover, but it was so bad.
This thing has perhaps the best OST of the most rather unknown shows I know. Not to mention, the executing and the atmosphere of the show isn't half bad at all.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dO5cjevq1CQ (Wait for it, just wait for it. You won't be disappointed.)
it was great
>is this your partner
I have many partners
Actuallly not much, in the sense that the action isn't really driven by love triangles or UNDERSTANDING.
Sure it's the product of another age, though: not chilidish, but melodramatic.
I enjoyed it enough to rewatch it.
shit was awesome. I miss my space godzilla hercules. Im not sure why it's not more remembered it's full of all that crazy power level hype punching black hole bullshit that people love
My favorite completely generic harem comedy series.
it's so damn damn the first webm I ever made years later after watching it was this one.
Mother fucking Bellcross, man.
I'm six or so episodes in, and so far Age is a dull character and there hasn't been a problem that can't be solved by having space godzilla punch it.
This gets extremely repetitive and boring very quickly. It's like Xebec wanted to make anti-Fafner.
>that can't be solved by having space godzilla punch it.
Im not gonna say that changes much but the story does amp up in a bit. And the other Nodos become a bigger issue. Especially Kerbius. Jesus fuck that thing.
>It's like Xebec wanted to make anti-Fafner.
That's not wrong.
>It even had a great video game adaption.
Really, you think so? I thought the game was pretty horrible. I don't even remember finishing it.
I absolutely loved the anime though. Looking back it was nothing special, but I still liked it a lot. Especially these days where a straight forward fantasy adventure without some LN adaption isekai bullshit is rare.
Cutest detective, I liked the LNs they were a cozy read.
Someone actually translated the manga recently too. You should all go read it. Good shit. lot of differences.
I really liked the first episode, but then Lyle, the world's dullest and most generic DnD protagonist arrived and the show decided to focus on him and his generic plot, and by the final episode Ihrie had been completely booted out of the main character slot and is barely relevant to the finale.
This is actually my guilty pleasure alongside Pumpkin Scissors and Toaru Hikuushi e no Koiuta.
Gantz - That fucking OP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJYLBzBh4ZI
Arpeggio of Blue Steel - Ars Nova
Cossette no Shouzou
Kenichi The Mightiest Disciple
Mondaiji-tachi ga Isekai kara Kuru Sou Desu yo
Nabari no Ou
Natsu no Arashi
Tatakau Shisho - The Book of Bantorra
The Sacred Blacksmith
The Tower of Druaga Aegis of Uruk & Sword of Uruk
The Third - Aoi hitomi no shoujo
Tsukuyomi Moon Phase
The second arc caught me off guard. Wilhelm looks absolutely nothing like he did in the beginning while the Allison looks the same. Though I guess it makes sense since he's supposed to be a some sort of secret agent as an adult.
Their daughter is a qt though.
>that fag that responds to numerous posts
Most aren't forgotten, you don't need to have a thread at all times for these series or any for that matter.
Nah, I love Kyousogiga. It's just that the TV anime went to shit when Ishida came back and Toei went full Toei.
The prequel bit was great. It also has a god tier ending I still listen to this day. I sure wish I had an AI sexbot.
I admit I forgot about it. I remember enjoying it.
Watched it because of Chihayafuru. Wasn't that good, but still watchable.
Last arc was fantastic. It's great how they left the novel beginning for the end.
Did the manga end?
>yfw skipped battles
>-Anime plot is 100% different of manga
Wait what? I might pick it up, I'm in some need of more youkai and ayakashi.
Does he get it on with the yukionna?
It wasn't even that good. It goes really bad after Cannan getting wrecked once.
Every time you mention it, I dislike it even more. I didn't like any of the characters and that falling glass is bullshit.
That's nice, but it probably doesn't solve the problem of switching tracks from exploring ruins to everybody deciding to drop what they're doing to follow Lyle's baby's-first-DnD-campaign plot.
I just wanted a fun show about exploring ruins instead of sitting around and listening to Lyle's bland backstory soaking up the majority of the second half.
Still praying for more OVAs
I'm sad that it only made it two episodes in and never resolved its plot but I love hard sci-fi and so still recommend it.
>It takes the fun out of these threads if you just dump every mildly obscure show
I literally just took a quick look on my least full HDD and made the list.
You should consider offing yourself.
>Half of those shows aren't even obscure at all.
Not half of them, but there are a couple in there. I was even thinking about including Great Teacher Onizuka, but that'd be way too obvious at this point. I just want more people to watch these shows, really. kek
Have I somehow been here too long or is this thread not about what I think it's about?
More than half of everything posted is stuff that's at least mentioned rather frequently. If not something that aired very recently.
Here's one that I have NEVER seen anyone talk about on /a/.
It's really less forgotten and more just generally not talked about much but Iria will always be mai waifu
I should probably get around to rewatching it. I remember being confused as fuck the first time I watched it. Had a pretty cool opening though.