What's the most memorable and great anime you watched this year, for me these ones are pretty good.
>Dragon Quest remake
This is mostly nostalgia talking but I love this shit, I know it's nothing special it's just your standard shonen anime but the fight scenes are enjoyable and watching this show that I used to watch alot as a kid remade in a faithful way is pretty awsome.
Now this show is pretty unique, if you love the cyberpunk visuals and that kind of stuff you should watch, it's filled with great action, great visuals, great cast of characters that are enjoyable to watch and an enjoyable story.
I remember watching more shit that came out, but I forgot about them well I did say memorable for a reason.
>Munou na Nana
I'm a sucker for autistic protagonists and evil cute girls so this really hit the spot despite the asspulling that happened later. S2 never ever.
/animu/ hated this because MC wasn't a waifu. Still fun as fuck. Between this, loli Odin and Nana Fall 2020 was the season of redpills.
>Jibaku Shounen Hanako-kun
This one is memorable just for turning QUALITY into an art form. Every scene has the bare minimum animation to get the point across and somehow the final product doesn't look like shit. It helps that the series is light on action so voice acting and plot can carry it. Hanako-kun's VA is the perfect blend of smug and creepy
>No Guns Life
Goofy cyberpunk action, somehow managed to avoid taking itself too seriously for most of the run. Also I want to massage Mary's asscheeks.
>Senryoku no Sigfrida
Like Strike Witches but better in every way because it has a plot, characters, and reasonably high quality animation.
Almost forgot this was a 2020 anime. Deserves an honorable mention just for the volume of asshurt it caused. If you liked this check out World of Moral Reversal by the same artist.
And the true #1AOTY
It's telling of the absolute state of the industry that a 25 minute plush commercial for little girls is the best thing out there. Characters get development, the antagonists are sympathetic, it breaks from formula just enough to avoid getting stale and there's the rumblings of an actual plot hiding in the background. Highly recommended.
>animu/ hated this because MC wasn't a waifu
You mean because they weren't lewd?
And I think you must have a higher dopamine receptor count than me if you think it was fun "as fuck"
I didn't sadly watch anything last year.
But god the seasonal anime was fucking trash, even the stuff that I would enjoy were trash I hate how butchered the artstyle of monstergirl doctorALSO WHY THE FUCK DID THEY CHANGE THE DESIGN OF THE CUTE LIZARDGIRL INTO A FUCK SCALIE, I WILL KILL THE FAG WHO THOUGHT OF THAT!but I liked the time when some /monster/fags btfo'd that one smugtr/a/nny talking about how much "good" was (((ishuzoku revievers)))
I've been watching Dorohedoro. So far I like it. Plus the female protag is hot
Is a fucking shame the show uses CGI instead of 2D animation. There are 2D segments every once in a while but it's not the norm.
Don't know if Scissor Seven counts but I liked it as well.
I read the mange not to long ago and it was fantastic. It was the description of the mange that interested me and I'm glad I did. I watched the series too and it was alright as well.
Discuss and tell your experience with animes featuring giant robots in disguise.
I did watch sadly only armada, but technically I've also seen the beast wars II with it's ok fan dub. God the slovak and czech dub of armada is atrocious. But I've heard that victory and zone is good.
I've only seen G1 and the 86' movie. I need to get to those soon. They look really fun.
RID was anime and nobody watched it but me.
The figures were extra anime too. Armada/everythingthatcameafter just felt like kids toys after that.
>ive heard that victory and zone is good
What makes a good transformers show?
>What makes a good transformers show?
The characters, action, story and naybe the animation.