What Is The Greatest Anime Ever Made?

The most popular titles were fairly predictable. One Piece was selected six times, leading the pack. Fullmetal Alchemist/Brotherhood, Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, Gurren Lagann, and Neon Genesis Evangelion each pulled four votes, while Cowboy Bebop and Attack on Titan both got three. After that, 16 titles were picked twice, with another 45 each getting one vote each. That means almost half the titles picked were only picked once. The range was incredible.

The overwhelming contributing factor among responders seemed to be at what point of their life they first watched their pick. Most referred to formative years, giving their selection a great deal of credit for molding them into the person they are today. Beyond that, the reasons given were as diverse as the list itself. Among them: quality of animation, voice acting performance, characters, storylines, violence, human anatomy, and level of creativity, to name a few.

Some participants laughed, some cried, and almost all gave emotionally charged responses that proved how strongly their choices continue to resonate with them to this day.

As for The Anime Man himself, he picked Serial Experiments Line.

Below is a list of all the selected titles, how many people voted for each, and who.

One Piece (6): Alpharad, Ohara, Dj-jo, Rustage, Sharmeleon, Domics

Fullmetal Alchemist/ Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood (4): Gigguk, ProfessorLando, Tokidoki Traveler, LeeandLie

Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure (4): Blluist (Blue), Robcdee, CDawgVA, Pewdiepie

Gurren Lagann (4): AnimeUproar, Mori Calliope CH., Nick Wolfhard, RubberRoss

Neon Genesis Evangelion (4): EricVanWilderman, Hakumai, Noriyaro, Freamm

Cowboy Bebop (3): Kuro_Ken, HighGai, Ninja Sex Party

Attack on Titan (3): Anything4views, Leon Chiro, Twomad

Death Note (2): SSSniperWolf, Mudan, Internet Historian

Dragonball Z (2): KickThePj, CaptainSauce

Berserk (2): Hidori Rose, MeatCanyon

Great Teacher Onizuka (2): Abroad in Japan, Alex Moukala Music

Hunter x Hunter (2): Blluist (Grey), Airani lofifteen

Sword Art Online (2): CallMeCarson, jackenbake

Monster (2): Dogen, Sydsnap

Fruits Basket (2): Frankie, Jessica Nigri

Cardcaptor Sakura (2): Ken Bolido, HarukaKaribu

One Punch Man (2): Chris Ramsay, CrankGameplays

Re:Zero (2): Chibi Reviews, DigitalNex

Baccano (2): Ladybeard, LordAethelstan

Mob Psycho 100 (2): Apricot the Lich, Octopimp

Parasyte (2): Pokimane, YonkouProductions

Azumanga Daioh (2): PeanutButterGamer, Whang!

Eureka Seven (2): Dakota Broskie, Slushii

Serial Experiments Line: The Anime Man

Ghost in the Shell: Elvis the Alien

Sailor Moon: Johnstone

Bleach: Shu Uchida

Steins;GateBrandon McInnis

Hajime no Ippo: The Fighting!: D Piddy

Kuroko’s Basketball: HappiLeeErin

Mind Game: Jackisboy

Sound! Euphonium: Revel House

Clannad: After Story: Daidus

Ranma 1/2: Mecha Maiden

Nichijou: Emirichu

Space Patrol Luluco: Nick Robinson

Drifters: Gaijin Goombah

Made in Abyss: Glass Reflection

Trigun: Jonahscoot

His and Her Circumstances: James Landino

Earth Maiden Arjuna: Kevin Penkin

Odd Taxi: AI Channel

Naruto: Ksonsouchou

Bestars: Projecktmelody

Vampire Hunter D: LaynaLazar

Don’t Toy With Me, Miss Nagatoro: MystaRias

Gintama: Ironmouse

Toradora!: Nyanners

Highschool the Dead: Miyune

Welcome to the NHK: Ludwig

Code Geass: Pengiunz0

Detective Conan/Case Closed: Nano

Samurai Champloo: None Like Joshua

Nana: PeachMilky

Ninja Scroll: PremierTwo

Daily Lives of High School Boys: Reina Scully

Dorohidoro: RetroGaijin

Haikyu!!: RoomieOfficial

Jujutsu Kaisen 0: Shibuya_Kaho

Perfect Blue: Super Eyepatch Wolf

Major: Susuru TV

Outlaw Star: Takahata101

Dororo: Tectone

Fist of the North Star: TheMasterOfDooM

Bakuman: Trihex

Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid: Violet Myers

K-On!: Wolfychu

Hikaru no Go: Egoraptor

Mushishi: Jennalynnmeowri

Pictured Above: “Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood,” “One Piece,” “Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure”

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