Peter Carranza (uc0088sentinel@excite.com)
Thu, 18 Jan 2001 01:07:29 -0800 (PST)


I`m glad to see the artistic/comedic genius of Kureyon Shinchan finally
acknowledged. I have been in his awe since 1992.

"Zoo-san, zoo-san!"
               -Crayon Shinnosuke

On Wed, 17 Jan 2001 16:09:04 -0600, gundam@aeug.org wrote:

> A friend of mine sent me this; it may be interesting to everyone else. I
am
> suprised G Gundam made the list and others like Z and CCA and even 08th
MS
> didn't.
> -Charlie
>
> Animage Lists Most Important Anime Ever
> Animage Magazine, the oldest and most respected anime magazine in Japan,
has
> published a list of what they consider the 100 most important anime of
the
> 20th century, in terms of historical significance, influence and impact
on
> the anime industry. Select entries from the list have been translated and

> posted on the `web.
>
> In order of importance:
>
> 1. Hakujaden (Tale of the White Serpent), movie, 1958
> 2. Tetsuwan Atom (Astro Boy), TV, 1963
> 3. Horus, Prince of the Sun, movie, 1968
> 4. Kumotochuribu, 1943
> 8. Ashita no Joe, TV, 1970
> 9. Lupin III, TV, 1971
> 10. Gatchaman, TV, 1972
> 11. Mazinger Z, TV, 1972
> 13. Space Battleship Yamato, TV, 1974
> 19. Space Battleship Yamato, movie, 1978
> 20. Future Boy Conan, TV, 1978
> 22. Aim for the Ace, TV, 1979
> 23. Akage no Anne, TV, 1979
> 24. Mobile Suit Gundam, TV, 197
> 25. The Ideon: Be Invoked, Movie, 1982
> 27. Armored Trooper Votoms, TV, 1983
> 28. Galaxy Express 999, movie, 1979
> 29. Lupin III: Castle of Cagliostro, movie, 1979
> 30. Urusei Yatsura, TV, 1981
> 31. SDF Macross, TV, 1982
> 35. Daicon Films, (fan produced anime), 1983
> 38. Urusei Yatsura 2: Beautiful Dreamer, movie, 1984
> 39. Macross: Do You Remember, Love?, movie, 1984
> 42. Wings of the Honneamise, movie, 1987
> 43. Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind, movie, 1984
> 44. Laputa: Castle in the Sky, movie, 1986
> 45. Tonari no Totoro, movie, 1988
> 46. Grave of the Fireflies, movie, 1988
> 47. Princess Mononoke, movie, 1997
> 48. Dr. Slump, TV, 1981
> 49. Captain Tsubasa, TV, 1983
> 50. Fist of the North Star, TV, 1984
> 51. Touch, TV, 1985
> 52. Dragonball, TV, 1986
> 53. Saint Seiya, TV, 1986
> 55. Yu Yu Hakusho, TV, 1992
> 56. Yoju Toshi (Wicked City), OVA/movie, 1987
> 57. Akira, movie, 1988
> 58. Ghost in the Shell, movie, 1995
> 60. Gunbuster, OAV, 1988
> 61. Patlabor, OAV, 1988
> 62. Giant Robo, OAV, 1992
> 63. Tenchi Muyo, OAV, 1992
> 64. Ah! Megami-sama, OAV, 1993
> 65. Patlabor 2 movie, 1993
> 66. Tokyo Babylon 2, OAV, 1994
> 67. Macross Plus, OAV, 1994
> 68. Memories, movie, 1996
> 69. Mahou Tsukai Tai, OAV, 1996
> 70. Blue Submarine No. 6, OAV, 1998
> 71. Sailor Moon, TV, 1992
> 72. Nadia: Secret of Blue Water, TV, 1990
> 73. Crayon Shin-chan, TV, 1992
> 74. Mobile Suit G Gundam, TV, 1994
> 76. Mobile Suit Gundam Wing, TV, 1995
> 77. Kodomo no Omocha, TV, 1996
> 78. Escaflowne, TV, 1996
> 79. Slayers Try, TV, 1997
> 80. Revolutionary Girl Utena, TV, 1997
> 82. Pokemon, TV, 1997
> 83. Cowboy Bebop, TV, 1998
> 85. Serial Experiments Lain, TV, 1998
> 88. Digimon: The Movie, 2000
> 89. Jin-Roh, movie, 2000
> 90. Blood: The Last Vampire, movie, 2000
> 91. Card Captor Sakura, TV, 1998
> 93. Neon Genesis Evangelion, TV, 1995
> 94. Hunter X Hunter, TV, 1999
> 95. One Piece, TV, 1999
> 96. Detective Conan, TV, 1996
> 97. Love Hina, TV, 2000
> 98. Sakura Taisen, TV, 2000
> 99. Martian Successor Nadesico, TV, 1996
> 100. Doraemon, TV, 1979
>
> Close inspection of the list reveals some interesting placements. No OAV
> series placed higher than #60 on the list. Akira ranked 57th. G-Gundam
made
> the list while Zeta Gundam did not. Kodomo no Omocha made the list while
> Marmalade Boy did not. Jubei nin Pocho (Ninja Scroll) did not make it
onto
> the list; neither did Bubblegum Crisis, Fushigi Yuugi, Rurouni Kenshin or

> Rayearth, yet Tokyo Babylon OAV 2, Maho Tsukai Tai and the Sakura Taisen
TV
> series did. Doraemon placed #100 while Sazae-chan and Chibi Maruko-chan
were
> not included at all. Jungle Taitei (Kimba), Captain Harlock (TV or movie)

> and Gatchaman did not make the list. The Ah! Megami-sama, Evangelion,
Utena
> and Escaflowne movies did not make the list. The only Slayers anime
> acknowledged was the third TV season. Seminal shoujo shows Ribbon no
Kishi
> (Princess Knight) and Minky Momo were not included on the list.
>
> Source: UMJAMS Anime News
>
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>
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