A lot of anime is just plain weird.
Some of it is just terrible.
But a lot of it’s just good, so we’ve put together a guide to all of it.
An anime is defined by its ability to bring to life a theme, character, setting or setting, or to explore the world of its story through characters and settings.
We’ve put these into our list of the 100 best anime series of all-time, along with a selection of the best anime of all times.
Some, like the original Anohana, have gone on to become legendary, while others have become cult classics.
But all of them have one thing in common: They’re all incredibly enjoyable to watch, and they’ve got a lot to offer.
If you’re a fan of anime, you should really take a look at these list, as it might just be the one you’ve been looking for.
You can also check out the full list of all the best Anime Traps episodes on the anime fans subreddit.
If this list doesn’t satisfy you, well, you can also watch these movies that are the absolute worst of their kind.
We’ll be doing a special series of episodes dedicated to the best, and you’ll be glad you did.
Anohanas Aoi: the final episode of the Anohans series, Anohas Aoi was a landmark moment for the series.
It was the final story arc, but it also marked the beginning of the end for the main character.
It’s been over ten years since that fateful day, and it still feels like a long time ago.
The story of Anohs Aoi follows the titular Aoi, a teenage girl who is in love with her school’s idol, Satsuki.
The two end up having sex in the bathtub, and Anoh is left traumatised.
The final episode is the story of how the two are able to bond again, and what will happen to the idol when she returns to school.
The ending is bittersweet, as Anoh doesn’t return to school and her life goes on as normal.
Ghost in the Shell 2: The New World (1994) The sequel to Ghost in its own right, this is a sequel that had to deal with the death of the first movie’s lead character, Tetsuo Kusanagi, and the aftermath.
This is an extremely complex story, with many twists and turns and the return of many characters.
Despite this, Ghost in this sequel is one of the most compelling anime series ever made, as well as one of my favourite movies.
If your favourite anime series had a sequel, Ghost In The Shell 2 would be the first.
One Piece (2001) One Piece is the most famous pirate ship in the world, and its crew have always been incredibly loyal to each other.
One day, one of them, Nami, discovers a secret that will change the world forever, and sets out to protect it.
One of the greatest pirate ships ever created, the One Piece has also featured in the blockbuster films and television shows of the same name.
But the crew is not without their troubles.
As their crew is about to become pirates themselves, the crew of the USS Yorktown is attacked by the monstrous pirate, Blackbeard, who has kidnapped Nami.
In order to protect Nami from Blackbeard’s clutches, the pirate and his crew have to defeat the legendary Blackbeard and his ship.
Samurai Jack: The Movie (2004) A pirate ship named Blackbeard Blackbeard is on the rampage and threatens to destroy the entire world.
The crew of Blackbeard want to stop him but need help.
To do so, they must defeat their most trusted friend, Monkey D. Luffy, who’s also on the run from the pirates.
But when he’s captured, he’s the only one left alive.
Luffy must defeat the other pirates and save his crew.
Cowboy Bebop (1993) The first time a Japanese anime was adapted into a western film, it was the original Cowboy BeBop.
The film starred a young Keanu Reeves, and brought back the idea of “big action, action packed action”.
The film is one that stands as one the greats of the samurai genre, with an unforgettable soundtrack and one of Japan’s most memorable characters, Shun.
Naruto: The Legend of the Ninja (2005) A samurai named Sakura is assigned to protect the city of Uchiura.
However, she quickly becomes a target of the evil ninja Uchiha Sasuke, and must defeat him before the city is destroyed.
Naruto is a classic action movie, and is often compared to the Star Wars films.
The plot centers around a young girl named Sakura, who is tasked with protecting Uchiurah in the name of the peace and justice of the village