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Top 30 Revised (Again)

December 1, 2010
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BAM! List updated!

Saw some other peeps doing their top list revisions. I initially planned on doing my revision at the end of the year, but since I don’t foresee my opinions changing by the time December ends, I figured I’d go ahead and whip out my list now.

I made one major change to the requirements of my list. Mainly, I’m including movies on my list now. That allows for two movies to push their way onto my list: Ninja Scroll (#13) and Project A-Ko (#4).

Two other series have jumped onto the list as well: Occult Academy (#12) and Space Adventure Cobra (#1). Yep, I have a new favorite anime.

With the addition of four new things to my list, four series had to get the axe: Here is Greenwood (formerly #30), Welcome to the NHK (formerly #29), Tenchi Muyo (formerly #28), and Ghost in the Shell (formerly #26). Most series fell at least one spot, with The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya taking the biggest dive (#7 to #15). Maybe that’ll change once the movie’s obtainable in a reasonable manner, but based on what I’ve heard (and based on my low opinion of the novel it’s based upon) I think the only direction Haruhi will be moving is down.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. December 1, 2010 5:05 AM

    Re: Cobra

    After watching the new series, I considered picking up the old one as well. However a review by psgels sorta put me off. But with you literally declaring it the greatest anime of all time, I don’t know what to believe anymore =|

    • Landon permalink*
      December 1, 2010 12:44 PM

      My top 30 also has Book of Bantorra and Occult Academy, so I wouldn’t say “being on top of Landon’s top 30” would translate to “Scamp liking.” But I will say that the 80s series is essentially the same as this year’s series in terms of feel. The only differences being lower quality animation and an actual ongoing storyline.

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