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Below is my top favorites in anime titles and characters. My top favorites in regards to my favorite anime based on enjoyability and for characters are those that I have a fondness for. I enjoyed a variety of shows/movies that entertained me and encompass various genres and decades.
When it comes to the anime I watch/would like to watch; the criteria I look for is a good story/plot, well-written characters, and a talented cast of VA's. I also look for well-established character development when watching the anime. How I rate anime is by looking at the whole picture and not give something a good score just because it has a handful of good episodes. Enjoyment is key when I rate anime, most of those I rate 8-10 are those I like to re-watch. At times I'll watch a light-hearted or guilty pleasure anime that seems like it will be a fun watch and with those I rate differently. I pretty much will watch anime of the 80's, 90's, 00's, and this current decade...although the majority of what I've watched comes from the 90's and 00's. However, when it comes to some anime series that are highly regarded by others, there will be some where I won't share the same opinion. I dislike loli/shota anime, shows with "imouto" and "onii-chan" in the title as they are often generic harem ecchi, trashy harem ecchi like High School DxD, tasteless shows like Prison School, and those long running shounen anime that goes on for 200+ episodes...they become a chore to watch and often run into predictable territory. I refuse to watch those kinds of anime.
I feel in today's anime, it is lacking in having certain great female seiyuu who made their mark in the 80's and early 90's in voicing main characters and are cast aside to supporting roles, which is sad. I'm mainly a fan of the female seiyuu that were active in the 80's and the 90's because I love their voices and those that I favor are excellent in terms of their acting and singing talent. I feel they deserve more respect, love, and fans than the currently popular ones. So I ask and encourage everyone to support these fantastic veteran female seiyuu for their amazing talents. As a fan of older anime, I disagree with those who base their superficial arguments on disliking/not watching older anime because of the animation. When it comes to anime; the story-plot, characters, and how both progress is what counts, not what the series looks like or how pretty it is. I encourage everyone to watch older anime from the 80's and the 90's, there's plenty of awesome titles to choose from and you'd be surprised on how entertaining the classic anime titles are.
My Anime Character of the Month features for 2016 will return next month so until then, I will keep my profile of Yohko up for this month.
ANIME CHARACTER OF THE YEAR 2015-YOHKO MANO
My choice for Anime Character of the Year for 2015 that I have chosen to be on my profile this January in the New Year is the boy-crazy heroine Yohko Mano of Devil Hunter Yohko, who was my Character of the Month back in July. I received positive comments from a few friends I have here on MAL when I had Yohko featured. This past December of 2015, it reached its’ 25th anniversary of the premiere of the first episode, so that is another reason why I chose Yohko as my Anime Character of the Year for 2015 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the series. The best way to describe Yohko is part Usagi Tsukino of Sailor Moon, Chun Li of Street Fighter, and Buffy Summers of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, as she shares certain traits that they have but also has qualities that are her own. I’ve always liked Yohko for being portrayed as normal teenage girl without placing any of the atypical “dere” traits in her personality, which is something that most girls can relate to. She’s fond of the opposite sex and has fantasies of being in an intimate situation with one who suits her fancy. However, the responsibilities instilled by her strict grandmother hamper her desires to get involved in a relationship and the duties she has as a Devil Hunter frustrate her, but she bites the bullet and does what needs to be done. Yohko is the kind of girl that is easy to get along with as she is friendly and easygoing towards her closest friends Chikako Ogawa and Azusa Kanzaki. Despite the burden of being a Devil Hunter, Yohko will take charge in fighting against her enemies to protect those she cares about even putting her own life on the line. Over the course of the OVA, Yohko hones her skills as a Devil Hunter and when she is on her A-game, she proves to be a force to be reckoned with. She also shows that a character like her doesn’t have to be labeled a “tough chick” to be considered a badass, because when she is full-on Devil Hunter, she definitely shows how badass she can be. Yohko is courageous, fun, and the kind of girl who wears her heart on her sleeve.
Devil Hunter Yohko was an anime title that I first watched long ago that wasn’t amongst the typical gateway anime titles like Dragonball Z, Mobile Suit Gundam Wing, and Sailor Moon were. It came around at a time when I wanted to explore more of what anime had to offer besides the ones shown on the Toonami block in those days. I first saw it when I rented it at a video rental store and decided to check it out, when I watched it for the first time I was immediately hooked as it had a different vibe than what I’ve seen before. I loved the songs the series had; they had a catchy beat to them and are fun to listen to. Devil Hunter Yohko has stuck with me through the years and I still love the series to this day.
The first episode details the rise of 16-year-old Yohko Mano as her family’s 108th generation Devil Hunter, the 107th being her grandmother Madoka. Her mother Sayoko couldn’t succeed as a Devil Hunter herself due to losing her virginity and becoming pregnant with Yohko at that age. Yohko’s mother is a woman of loose sexual morals and tries to encourage her daughter to follow her path in giving her virginity to a male of her fancy in the flower of her youth (going as far as handing her own daughter condoms!) that Madoka wants to prevent at all cost. In later episodes Sayoko appears in this facet about her is toned down. In order to inherit the power and responsibility of the Devil Hunter, the successor must be a virgin and Sayoko could never become the 108th so Yohko becomes the next in line. Because of this fact, she becomes a target for demons who threaten her ascension in becoming the Devil Hunter. In one attempt by possessing a student named Osamu Wakabayashi who desires Yohko, alter his personality to seduce Yohko and strip her of her virginity. Her grandmother is able to rescue Yohko in the nick of time before the possessed Osamu could penetrate her. Two key players that are in league against Yohko are the sadistic female school principal and a beautiful upper class-woman named Reiko, in truth to be demons themselves. Reiko herself is the chosen demon queen and Yohko’s unrequited crush Hideki Kondo is the selected human sacrifice to complete Reiko’s ascension. Madoka battles against the older demoness and is victorious, but her old age proves too much for her and she gives Yohko their family’s Yoma Ring that allows for the full transformation into a Devil Hunter. Yohko then heads off to challenge Reiko in her virgin battle as a Devil Hunter and the bout against the maidens of light and darkness prove to be a fierce one.
The next three episodes detail Yohko’s time with young Azusa Kanzaki who becomes her partner. Chikako sets herself up as Yohko’s training manager and goes out promoting her best friend as a professional demon slayer. Azusa was recruited by Yohko’s grandmother and the young girl is eager to work alongside Yohko whom she idolizes. Since becoming the Devil Hunter, Yohko has become skilled in slaying demons yet is still vexed by it. Their first mission together is putting to rest the souls of spirits of a forest that have become aggressive due to their resting place being destroyed by construction work and the enraged sprits harass the workers. The 3rd episode’s story begins with Yohko dreaming of a beautiful man named Biryu whom becomes captured and imprisoned by demonic forces. This becomes a reality when she is transported to another dimension and is tasked to rescue Biryu by slaying the demon that captured him. Meanwhile, Azusa and Chikako attempt to cross over to the other dimension where Yohko was taken, after a couple of times they manage to do so and Azusa helps Yohko in her hard fight against her opponent. The last episode Yohko’s Azusa is in is when the Devil Hunter’s ancient enemy Tokima reappears to take revenge and his target is Yohko, the current Devil Hunter. One of his abilities is possessing humans and he takes possession of Ryuichi Asakura, Yohko’s current crush to get close to her. An incident happens in the secret lair in the Mano household when Tokima attempts to take back his full powers sealed in a clock and time turns back for Madoka as she is transformed back into her younger self. Tokima’s second attempt is when he takes control of Azusa who takes the clock which leads Yohko to confront her comrade. Yohko tries to stop Azusa, but fails when the young apprentice uses her spear to destroy the seal on the clock allowing for Tokima to appear again. He fatally impales Yohko and she is transported through space and time to the past in the time of the 1st generation Devil Hunter of her family line, Haruka who revives her.
In the final episode, Yohko is on her own again as Azusa has left to return home unaware she is about to face trouble in the form of her look-alike cousin, Ayako. Unlike Yohko, Ayako has trained vigorously and honing her powers all her life with the sole purpose of defeating Yohko and becoming the only Devil Hunter. Ayako is the granddaughter of Madoka’s disgraced twin sister Chiaki, who lost against Madoka for the right in inheriting the title as the 107th Devil Hunter in the Mano family. Now, Chiaki aims to avenge herself by having her granddaughter defeat Madoka’s. Ayako’s weapon is the Whip of Destruction, taken by Chiaki long ago after her defeat. Not only does Ayako desire to take away the title of Devil Hunter from Yohko, but also men she takes an interest in and Ayako uses her sexy allure to her advantage. Yohko ultimately must battle against Ayako as they battle for title of Devil Hunter. Without her young partner Azusa Kanzaki, it proves to be a hard battle for Yohko as she is outnumbered by Ayako and her Azusa, the latter being more cunning than Yohko’s own Azusa and serves as Ayako’s spy as well. However, the two cousins must put aside their conflict against each other to battle against a demon that threatens them both.
Yohko’s arsenal includes her Yoma Ring that transforms its’ user into a Devil Hunter, but also contains elements of Tokima’s power in manipulating time and space which is why Haruka was able to revive Yohko. Her primary weapon is her Soul Sword that she uses to slay demons, the blade of the sword is also able to disengage and take on a form like a short ax. Her hair ornaments made of shimi-seki stones can act in conjunction with her Yoma Ring to bind demons in ropes of red light. Of course, Yohko's own body serves as a weapon with her amazing martial arts skills.
Yohko Mano is voiced by the very prolific Aya Hisakawa, in the summer of 2014 I profiled another role she portrayed; Iria of IRIA: Zeiram the Animation one of my other favorite characters voiced by her. Hisakawa also provides the voice of Ayako Mano as well in the final OVA episode. Her most infamous role is Ami Mizuno/Sailor Mercury of the original Sailor Moon series of the 1990’s. She is an amazing seiyuu and truly talented with so many credits to her name. In her career she has voiced a variety of characters which shows off her versatility. She also voiced the following characters in her outstanding career…
*Skuld of the Ah! My Goddess series
*Haruko Kamio of AIR
*Retsu Unohana of the Bleach series
*Keroberos of the Cardcaptor Sakura
*Yuki Sohma of Fruits Basket
*Yoriko Yasaka of Haiyore! Nyaruko-san
*Arimi Suzuki of Marmalade Boy
*Chloe of Noir
*Haruka Shitow of RahXephon
*Miki Kaoru of Revolutionary Girl Utena
*Kaoru Niimi of Space Battleship Yamato 2199
*Maya Natsume of Tenjho Tenge
*Hinoto of X (2001 TV Series)
As Devil Hunter Yohko has an amazing selection of great songs to listen to, I’ll be providing my Top 5 favorites either in music video form or just the songs themselves. Songs 4 to 1 are sung by Hisakawa herself and these songs are among my favorites from her. Number 5 is sung by Naoko Matsui who voiced Reiko.
“Kirisame ni Dakarete” featuring scenes of Devil Hunter Yohko 2
“So Bad Boy” from Devil Hunter Yohko 3
“Koi no Coup d’état Go Go” from Devil Hunter Yohko *DESCRETION ADVISORY*-R+
“Mangetsu no Shiwaza” (Because of the Full Moon) from Devil Hunter Yohko
“Touch My Heart” from Devil Hunter Yohko 6
The English counterpart is voiced by Amanda Winn Lee, one of my few favorite English dub voice actors out there, especially among female VA’s. She managed to capture my attention with her lively performances for her upbeat characters like Yohko. In the first two years for my Character of the Month feature I profiled Blue Seed’s Momiji Fujimiya in November 2012 and Burn Up W’s Rio Kinezono in June 2013, two roles that she has also voiced in her short, yet noteworthy career. Amanda brings her own charm in the character voices she has done, and that’s what I like about her. She is most famous for her performance as Rei Ayanami in the original Neon Genesis Evangelion anime and the two films, Death & Rebirth and The End of Evangelion. I recently profiled Rei a few months ago for October’s Anime Character of the Month. In addition she provided the voices for Mimiru of the .hack series, Momiji’s twin sister Kaede Kunikida, Nasami Kurta of Ghost in the Shell: Standalone Complex, Gally of Gunnm, Irene Vincent of Gunsmith Cats, Yukiko Amagi of Persona 4, Nancy “Miss Deep” Makuhari of R.O.D the OVA, and others. I find her quite underrated in the English dub voice acting realm, sure she may have started off on shaky ground in the beginning but once she got more experience and became more certain of herself, she shined. I believe she improved in the later episodes of Blue Seed as well as Devil Hunter Yohko. That’s my two cents worth of my feelings towards Amanda Winn-Lee’s abilities and talents as a VA. She is married to fellow VA, Jason C. Lee whom has voiced a couple of her characters’ love interests that include, Mamoru Kusanagi of Blue Seed and Yuji Naruo of Burn Up W, plus Yohko’s unrequited crush Hideki. Amanda also frequently had characters connected to characters voiced by Tiffany Grant (Chikako) and Kimberly Yates (Azusa) in the early years of ADV Films.
The series was conceived by Masao Maruyama of Madhouse, penned by Juzo Mutsuki (Cyber City Oedo 808 & Phantom Quest Corp.) with designs by Gaku Miyao (Hikarian - Great Railroad Protector), produced by TOHO, and anime production by Madhouse. The series was primarily directed by Katsuhisa Yamada (Genesis Climber Mospeada & Urusei Yatsura: Always My Darling), he also worked on the screenplay and served as executive producer. Junichi Sakata (801 T.T.S. Airbats & DNA²) helmed the 5th episode and Akiyuki Simbo (Nisekoi & Puella Magi Madoka Magica) helmed the final episode. Character designers for the series include; Tetsuro Aoki (Gundress & Miyuki-chan in Wonderland), Hisashi Abe (Petshop of Horrors & Sorcerer on the Rocks), Yuzo Sato (Directed Gokusen & Magical Warfare), and Yoshimitsu Ohashi (Green Legend Ran & Creator and Director of Aquarian Age-Sign for Evolution). Music was primarily composed by Toshiyuki Omori (Amagami SS & Lunar Legend Tsukihime). Joining Hisakawa and Yoshida in the cast include the late Chieko Honda as Chikako and Hiromi Tsuru as Yohko’s mom, Sayoko. Other noteworthy voice actors that appear in the series include Naoko Matsui as Reiko, Kappei Yamaguchi as Osamu, Shou Hayami as Hideki, the late Kaneto Shiozawa as Biryu, Sumi Shimamoto as Yanagi-hime, Noriko Hidaka as Haruka, Satomi Koorogi as Young Madoka, Toshiyuki Morikawa as Ryuichi, Issei Futamata as Tokima, and Shinichiro Miki as Mr. Sano. Devil Hunter Yohko is known as the first anime title released by AD Vision as the now defunct ADV Films was known in its’ early years, joining the fray of bringing a new variety of anime titles to the market in the early 90’s. It is often named as many fans’ gateway title and had more success stateside than in Japan. A few years after the subtitled release of the first episode, ADV produced a dub for it. The titles AD Vision brought over were OVA’s such as Battle Angel, Burn Up!, Burn Up W, and Sol Bianca to name a few while Blue Seed was their first TV anime title. ADV’s second TV anime release is the hit series Neon Genesis Evangelion that solidified their place as a top contender in the US domestic anime market. Devil Hunter Yohko also had a special DVD release in its’ 1st volume for ADV’s 10th anniversary in 2002 that featured all the animated logos leading up to the brand new logo made for that year. The series has magical girl elements akin to Cutey Honey in which the henshin (transformation) sequences show full-frontal nudity. The episodes themselves follow a semi-episodic format as there isn’t a “primary antagonist” that appears often to duel against Yohko. At times for some serialized shows, the primary antagonist cuts a duel short when he/she is close to being defeated, escapes, and comes back later on. With Devil Hunter Yohko, there’s none of that cycle and the enemies Yohko goes up against are one-and-done (Tokima is only exception though) and that’s the charm of the series. The music video collection is named as the fourth episode due to the superstition surrounding the number four in Japan, so the production team didn’t produce an actual 4th OVA episode. In looking how well this series has aged and which episode had the best animation is left to one’s own opinion, I felt that episodes 1-3 looked the best in terms of giving the series that mature feel, the last episode’s look wasn’t up to par with the others even though it appears as the only episode that had aged well, to me it just looked like something you’d see in a moe bishoujo anime of that time. What I liked about Devil Hunter Yohko’s previous episodes is that the look matched the vibe of the series. Another issue I have with it is having male actors voice Madoka and Chiaki Mano in the Japanese version; it just sounded off to me and felt the characters should’ve been voiced by female seiyuu who have a niche in voicing elderly characters. Also the dub for the 5th episode, the voices of young Madoka, Haruka, and Ryuichi don’t really fit the characters. The VA’s who were working for ADV at the time I felt would’ve suited the roles better are Allison Keith for young Madoka, Jessica Calvello for Haruka, and Aaron Khron for Ryuichi. It’s a shame the series didn’t continue after Devil Hunter Yohko 6, I would’ve liked to see more of Yohko’s trials as a Devil Hunter leading up to an endpoint where she has completed her mission as the 108th and gives birth to the 109th. With the number of returning classics like Ushio and Tora and Black Jack being given new life for a new generation, I would like to see the same happen for Devil Hunter Yohko. Overall, I do find Devil Hunter Yohko a fun old-school anime title to watch and I do recommend it to fans who love classic anime of the past and even though it’s not considered top tier of the bunch, it’s still very fun and engaging to watch.
My Rating System
10.Masterpiece-Ultimate perfection, re-watch is a must because it was so terrific a series to watch that I can enjoy endlessly without it ever being a dull moment.
9.Great-Truly awesome and a definite re-watch, but just barely makes it to the level of masterpiece.
8.Very Good-A pleasant watching experience, some re-watch worthy, but has at least one or two flaws that prevented it from getting a higher score.
7.Good-A decent series, just a few flaws, yet was entertaining to see.
6.Fine-Could've been done much better, but wasn't too bad.
5.Average-Just meh, not bad but not great either.
4.Bad-Nothing really good to speak of because the flaws outweigh anything good about it.
3.Very Bad-Flawed and possesses no redeeming qualities.
2.Horrible-Too flawed and too horribly made, a complete waste of time.
1.Unwatchable-Things like those trashy harem ecchi and lolicon anime is what I would consider unwatchable. Tasteless anime like that is beyond horrible. Also anime that makes me facepalm myself and say WTFPWP!
Top 25 Anime Shows I Dislike-Those With An Average Rating of 6 or Higher
Bouken! Iczer 3-Terrible sequel to the much better Iczer-1 OVA. Iczer-3's VA was just a bad actress and sounded like nails on a chalkboard and the villains were bland.
Bubblegum Crash-What a terrible sequel to its' predecessor; it looks like it was just thrown together without any thought of making it a compelling and exciting end. The episodes themselves had terrible animation direction and of poor quality compared to Crisis and AD Police. Kinuko Ohmori's replacement as Priss was horrible, just as bad as the VA who voiced Iczer 3, but I feel this would've been a waste of Kinuko's talents anyway. Not developing Leon and Priss as a couple (also hardly any interaction) is another reason why I dislike this OVA. Overall, I think AIC should've produced a couple more great quality AD Police episodes rather than make this unworthy sequel.
Chobits-The main characters weren't that great, especially Chii who had zero personality and she's just bland, wish-fulfillment waifu material. I hated the whole relationship surrounding her and Hideki, it felt like something out a bad romance novel.
Evangelion Rebuilds-I really dislike them and find them terrible. The worst sin the Rebuilds committed was what they did to Misato's character. Asuka Shikinami is intolerable as a character, I like Asuka Soryu much better because she had development. The third movie was the worst of the bunch with the god awful story and character development. Everything about this trilogy jumped the shark and its' only purpose was just to be flashy and no substance, overall it was a trainwreck to me. The original NGE and The End of Evangelion is much better in my opinion because it has better story and character development, plus the manga version of the story is better made.
Genesis Climber Mospeada-This was such a bad series and it's my least favorite chapter from the Robotech version. The story was just plain awful and the characters are not that great either, the worst being that little girl Mint...she was just plain annoying. I didn't like the songs as well.
Heavy Metal L-Gaim-I wanted to like this anime, but it turned out to be a major disappointment from how the series was developed. A pairing I liked was ruined in the end, a character's defection made no sense plus the reasoning behind it was dumb wasting the potential of her character, the love triangle that was in this series was badly constructed and rather juvenile, the MC's sister is just a canon Mary-Sue and I think the series would've been better without her, and his main rival is dumber than a box of rocks. Tomino really did a bad job overall in story, character, and relationship development. With lighter Tomino fare, I think ZZ Gundam was a bit better than this.
Kimi ga Nozomu Eien-The TV series was just forced melodrama at its' worst with all the things that went down and it had to go with the Mitsuki route which was just terrible. I came to really dislike Mitsuki, I felt her negative character flaws outweighed anything that could be considered positive character traits. Her actions early into the series sealed her fate in how I felt about her and selfishness like hers is inexcusable. My heart went out to Haruka the most as she had to endure the heartbreaking reality of what happened and the three years of her life that was taken from her and in the end had to make the most sacrifices. Takayuki at least felt remorseful, I didn't see it at all from Mitsuki...she became to wrapped up in her own self-centered happiness to understand what Haruka had to endure and ended up doing something that made me feel she didn't deserve Takayuki. Haruka was the most endearing heroine for me and her route needs a full remake.
Kyoukai no Rinne-This show wasn't entertaining for me, over time I felt like I was trudging through it because it started to become a dull and trite series. The humor wasn't funny and got annoying and repetitive, the characters are bland and uninteresting, the character leads are abysmal as a couple and chemistry is in my opinion non-existant, overall I just did not enjoy this show and will not watch the second season because I felt the first was just a waste of time and I don't want to continue on with a series I did not like. A similar, yet obscure series from the 90's called Haunted Junction is a more fun and enjoyable series and has better characters and comedy.
Macross 7-This was overall a pretty weak series for me; I didn't like Nekki Basara and hearing him sing the same old songs got real old fast. The villains were also lame as shit. This series didn't need to be 49 episodes long, the standard 26 should've sufficed and maybe it would have been more solid. The OVA's are really bad and I didn't like them at all.
Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack-Quess and Gyunei killed the movie for me, Char and Amuro bringing up the past over Lalah didn't help either as that aspect of their rivalry felt rather wishy-washy. The Char x Quess shit was stupid too even if he just saw her as a pawn. Overall, I felt this movie jumped the shark. Nanai Miguel and Chan Agi were the only good characters in this movie as they didn't put up with Quess' shit.
Mobile Suit Gundam SEED/Destiny-The worst of the Gundam series IMHO that I've watched, all it had going for it was the gorgeous male/female characters with cookie cutter designs and that's all that its' popularity can show for it. I also find the series guilty of the over-use of plot armor plus a lot of the characters and how they develop are poorly written; especially in Destiny, such as Kira and Athrun, they start to show too many bad flaws and Lacus is a bland heroine, all she has going for her is being waifu material and nothing more. Character relationships are just as badly done and feel forced. This is also too much of a teen soap melodrama than a war story.
Najica Blitz Tatics-Overall a weak story and the worst episodic format I've ever seen. Najica didn't impress me that much as a protagonist, her personality turned me off and Lila was a character with zero personality. The two of them are the worst "girls with guns" duo I've seen in an anime with their barely there chemistry that I feel doesn't make them solid partners. It's not that engaging to be honest and I don't recommend it.
Nobunaga the Fool-This was just plain bad; the whole concept was just terrible and the male/female character relationships are god awful. This is just as bad as those anime shows that gender-bend Nobunaga.
Ozma-Too predictable a storyline that seems rather outdated.
Rurouni Kenshin Seisouhen & Shin Kyoto Hen-The worst of the worst of DEEN's adaptations, sheesh can't they get it through their thick skulls that RK fans want a true anime adaptation of the Jinchuu arc, and not shit like these?!
Sailor Moon R & SuperS-Other than Chibi-Usa being a horrible character, the plotlines of each of these two seasons were not my cup of tea, especially that horrible SuperS season. The filler arc in R was also lame.
Sengoku Basara-What a horrible representation of great historical figures with no regard to accuracy and the over-the-top and tacky shounen antics. It's not good enough as a guilty pleasure.
Shingeki no Kyojin-I find this series to be rather overrated; what I didn't like about it was all the bland, stock, and stereotypical characters it has that don't do anything for me to make me care. I wasn't too fond of the storyline either and its' development. The second OP & ED are terrible as well.
Slayers TV-It's rather dull without Naga the Serpent around, the dynamic between her and Lina as partners/rivals was what made the movies/OVA's of Slayers with Naga so interesting and fun. I don't really have the desire to see the TV shows because I just find the partnership between Lina and Gourry to be rather bland. I would've liked the TV series if Naga was a part of it.
The Sky Crawlers-I found this to be a very dull, lifeless movie that nearly put me to sleep. It had nothing really interesting and engaging about it.
Urusei Yatsura-That stupid skirt chasing douche-bag Ataru Moroboshi killed any enjoyment I had, most of the time I wondered why Lum is faithful to that loser. Also, I didn't have much fun in watching in what I seen, it seemed rather dull too. I found Ranma more engaging and even Inuyasha was better than UY.
Top Anime Characters I Dislike
Shinji Matou-Fate/stay night
Gavlet Gablae-Heavy Metal L-Gaim
Sabato Rokudo-Kyoukai no Rinne
Kazuya & Kyoshiro Ayanokouji-Kyoshiro to Towa no Sora
Emile von Seele-Legend of the Galactic Heroes
Nekki Basara-Macross 7
Wong Yun Fat-Mobile Fighter G-Gundam
Ribbons Almark-Mobile Suit Gundam 00
Bernard Monsha-Mobile Suit Gundam 0083
Shinn Asuka-Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny
Katz Kobayashi-Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam
Happosai & Genma Saotome-Ranma ½
Kyouichi Saionji-Revolutionary Girl Utena
Touma Inaba-Sakura Diaries
Ataru Moroboshi-Urusei Yatsura
The Toguro Brothers-Yu Yu Hakusho
Janet Bhai-Black Lagoon: The Second Barrage
Quwasan Olibee-Heavy Metal L-Gaim
Kozue Izumi-Infinite Ryvius
Mitsuki Hayase & Ayu Daikuuji-Kimi ga Nozomu Eien
Kuu Shiratori-Kyoshiro to Towa no Sora
Suzu Sakuma & Jinny Golding-Marmalade Boy
Nena Trinity-Mobile Suit Gundam 00
Nina Purpleton-Mobile Suit Gundam 0083
Quess Paraya-Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack
Flay Allster-Mobile Suit Gundam SEED
Rosamia Badam-Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam
Cologne & Kodachi Kuno-Ranma ½
Anthy Himemiya-Revolutionary Girl Utena
Madame de Polignac-The Rose of Versailles
Katsumi Liqueur-Silent Mobius
Chibi Usa-Sailor Moon (90's anime version)
Favorite NHK Taiga Dramas-Hojo Tokimune (2001), Nobunaga: King of Zipangu (1992), Shinsengumi! (2004), & Yoshitsune (2005)
Favorite Foreign Movies-Gate of Hell (1953), High & Low, Ivan the Terrible: Part I, Rashomon, Seven Samurai, Sansho the Baliff, Sisters of the Gion, & Ugetsu
Favorite Live-Action TV Shows-Adam-12, Babylon 5, Better Call Saul, Breaking Bad, Burn Notice, Dragnet (1967), Emergency!, The Expanse, Hell on Wheels, The Hollow Crown, Law & Order (Seasons 1-10), Miami Vice, Sherlock, Star Trek, Suits, & White Collar
Favorite Live-Action Movies-2001: A Space Odyssey, Alien, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Batman Begins, Back to the Future, Blade Runner, Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992), The Breakfast Club, Cleopatra (1963), Captain America: The First Avenger & The Winter Soldier, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, The Dark Knight, Die Hard, Dr. Strangelove, The French Connection, The Godfather Trilogy, Iron Man 1 & 2, Jaws, Jurassic Park, Raiders of the Lost Ark, The Right Stuff, Robocop (1987), The Shining (1980), Silence of the Lambs, Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Streets of Fire, Superman (1978), The Terminator (1984), Teminator 2: Judgement Day, & Titanic (1997)