Gundam EZEight (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tue, 16 Jan 2001 22:01:09 -0800 (PST)
MSG got what it deserves. it is a wonderful series.
remember that it paved way for macross and stuff. how
can it lose? there's science, politics, bio and stuff
AND newtypes in there.
--- James Boren <email@example.com> wrote:
> In a recent Newtype survey, 35 anime creators were
> asked to name the
> best animated works of the 20th century. Yep, best
> anime of all time.
> Here the rundown--
> 1 Mobile Suit Gundam
> 2 Yamato
> 3 Galaxy Express 999
> 4 Lupin III- The castle of Cagliostro
> 5 Future Boy Conan
> 6 Revolutionary Girl Utena (wow this ranked high!)
> 7 Ashita no Joe-2 (I think this is a boxing anime)
> 8 Heidi of the Alps
> 9 Ganba? (something) ...sorry I don't know this one
> 10 (tie) Triton of the sea(?)...I think I'm reading
> this right
> and Neon Genesis Evangelion
> Each creator (producer, chara designer, etc.) named
> their top 5
> choices from which the above list was created. About
> 20% of the
> entries comprised foreign works, (Fantasia, Roger
> Rabbit, Fritz the
> Cat, Tom & Jerry, Wallace & Gromit to name a few).
> A few suprises--
> Macross didn't make anyone's list.
> Miyazaki's studio Gibli films got few votes. Totoro
> was absent.
> Mononoke and Laputa got one vote each.
> I didn't see Wings of Honemeasie (damnit, how do you
> spell that?)
> I am personally surprised to see Gundam ranked the
> best, over far
> technically superior films. It's cool though. I
> guess there's no
> beating story, character, and Giant Robots. ^_^
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