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What would be a perfect starting anime?

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12-26-09, 12:18 PM

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We all know there are many kinds of anime out there and we all know we all started somewhere. What I want to know is in your opinion what is a perfect anime for anyone to start out with? I started out with Lucky Star ,but since it's a parody I don't think it would be good for someone who hasn't watched alot yet.
02-05-10, 12:51 AM

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pokemon is always good to start out with ^^
but next time if you have a question about anime then please use the Q&A thread..
02-11-10, 10:24 AM

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Hmm...that's kind of tough, b/c it all depends on the types of things someone likes. I enjoy Comedy/Drama/Romance Fruits Basket is a good choice. But ifyou like Action/Gundem/Mecha style...maybe Code Geass?
02-11-10, 4:08 PM

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03-07-10, 1:14 AM

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I think a comedy is perfect to start with.
03-09-10, 7:20 AM

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Totally depends on the person. But for people who are new to anime, I'd usually go with a short series or movie. I'd probably recommend a Studio Ghibli movie, such as Princess Mononoke or maybe Spirited Away.
03-09-10, 7:23 AM

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Lol, that kinda depends on the person too.
I like long ones more than short ones either..
I started with Shugo Chara, two seasons (both 51 eps)...
Now watching Zero no Tsukaima, where the story advances way too fast imo..
03-20-10, 2:33 PM

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Death Note, Code Geass
11-18-10, 9:54 PM

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haha no.. Definitely Ghibli films. Hmm.. Samurai Champloo, Ouran HSHC, and Full Metal Panic!
11-20-10, 7:23 AM

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I'd recommend Clannad, Elfen Lied, K-ON! or Bakuman.

Bakuman would be wiseful, 'cause watching how Anime gets created by Manga makes it more understandable.