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  1. #142662012-02-24 08:42:02Momimochi said:

    zetsubou sensei's famous in my community. As well as Hijime no Ippo. I love it. Time of Eve is already owned my funimation, and posted freely on youtube, so you can say it's pretty known.

  2. #143892012-02-25 07:25:20VivoDePyre said:

    Yeah, saying Zetsubou Sensei isn't recognized is a huge stretch. However, at my local anime con, not a SINGLE PERSON bought the "Zetsuboushita!" shirt our stand was selling (I worked for a guy one year). I'm really glad to see people watching Ippo and Time of Eve, and that they're well known too.

    To be honest, I don't know much obscure anime. I just know anime I can't seem to find people to discuss with.

  3. #144012012-02-25 10:36:42break said:

    even some relatively recent anime ended up rather unrecognized, either due to confusing timeskips, bad or confusing timeskips or the like. for example, [C]; of course its not like it was THAT unknown, btu still, it was dropped by a really high number of people and rarely ever spoken of again.... i guess the one thing most remembering of it now is hat one circle/doujinauthor that keeps it in our memory by beeing obsessed by Q and drawing many, many doujins of her. (still not as many as he/she drew of oshino shinobu, though, but still. it seems he/she is shifting. also its of course possible that he only keeps it in the memory of fellow Q-fans like me.)

  4. #144022012-02-25 10:36:57break said:

    even some relatively recent anime ended up rather unrecognized, either due to confusing timeskips, bad or confusing timeskips or the like. for example, [C]; of course its not like it was THAT unknown, btu still, it was dropped by a really high number of people and rarely ever spoken of again.... i guess the one thing most remembering of it now is hat one circle/doujinauthor that keeps it in our memory by beeing obsessed by Q and drawing many, many doujins of her. (still not as many as he/she drew of oshino shinobu, though, but still. it seems he/she is shifting. also its of course possible that he only keeps it in the memory of fellow Q-fans like me.)

  5. #144202012-02-25 13:41:26break said:

    @si350 that is..quite concerning, considering how Ghost in the Shell is one of the most famous non-children anime from that time.. maybe you just only aksed people who were too youn too watch it when it was running?

  6. #193672012-03-23 04:11:37Chestnut_Rice said:
    Mushishi is definitely one of the most quality shows I've ever seen. It's about a dude who deals with things that straddle the line between living and non-living. The atmosphere is really chill and the stories have a lot of variety.
  7. #207402012-04-03 05:16:55Inasda said:

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/5/56/Addictedtocurry01.jpg Addicted to Curry

    http://www.animepalm.com/series-images/gate-keepers.jpg Gatekeepers

    Witchblade Needless Ga-rei zero

    The (to me) best that is rarely mentioned and forgoten

  8. #207462012-04-03 06:21:34break said:

    @animeftw yep, not many people seem to remember it. though there ARE fans; there is also at elats one doujincircle thats done severl doujins of it, mainly focusing on Q.

  9. #213862012-04-09 18:19:29Momimochi said:

    @meddie

    ergo proxy

    Mentioned already. For probably 4 times.

    baccano

    Shit's licensed by funimation and was put on youtube (by funimation) for everyone to watch.