It’s a pretty common knowledge among anime fans that there are some great shows from the 80s. But for those who don’t know which ones to watch, we have put together this list of 75 best animes from the 80’s you need to watch (RANKED).
The “best animes ever” is a list of 75 best anime from the 1980s. The list ranks them from worst to best.
It’s reasonable to argue that the 1980s were a fantastic decade for anime. Is there anything more satisfying than watching a fantastic anime? Most likely not. However, if you want to see some old-school, classic anime, the 1980s are the place to be. So put on your finest “80s garb” and prepare to have a good time!
It’s hard to think the 1980s were 30 years ago. What a decade that was, however! It brought back some of our fondest childhood memories while also introducing us to some of our favorite cartoons, movies, and television series. The 1980s were a great decade for anime, and I’ll rate the top 75 from that decade. I’ll also include synopses for each anime, so if you’re stumped for what to watch next, this list is ideal.
You Should Watch These Animes From The 1980s (RANKED)
The 1980s were a decade of invention and inventiveness, with classic anime like Swan Lake and Princess Sara debuting. It also included animes like Little Nemo. Here are 75 of the finest animes from the 1980s that you should see. I’ll begin at number 75 and work my way to the top.
Neo Tokyo is a 1987 science fiction animation based on Taku Mayumura’s novel Meiky Monogatari. This film was made by Studio Madhouse. The plot is divided into three levels, with each level focusing on a guy who uses modern technology to solve his and others’ issues. Still, he continues bumping into another, and each time the new issue becomes more difficult.
He learns his lesson and now utilizes his technology for the benefit of others, rather than to avoid dealing with the challenges that he must deal with in some manner.
74. Robotics Festival
Robot Carnival is a mecha anime created by eight Japanese filmmakers and published in 1987 to provide a unique perspective on how we view and how they perceive certain circumstances. We’ve learned of an evil superpower plotting to destroy the world, and our team will have to utilize their robots to defend the world from this wicked thing.
Osamu Tezuka directed the experimental short film Jumping, which was released in 1984. The plot revolves on an unknown protagonist who travels between cities, villages, and seas. It is a 7-minute short that depicts our enthusiastic main character’s first-person viewpoint.
Swan Lake (number 72)
Swan Lake is an action-adventure anime film directed by Chiaki Imada and released in 1981. Swan Lake is a book that was adapted into a film. A prince observes a swan wearing a crown and is fascinated by it, according to the myth. The story twist is that although he is not cursed, his companion is, and he turns into a stone. When the swan is pursued, it is eventually discovered that the swan is a beautiful lady.
Honoo No Alpen Rose (No. 71)
Tatsunoko Productions adapted MichiyoAkaishi’s manga into Honoo No Alpen Rose, a 1985 series. The narrative begins with a man going down the street when he comes upon a collision scene where, astonishingly, a young child has survived. It then establishes the series’ primary narrative, which lasted for 20 episodes.
Sara, Princess No. 71
Princess Sara is a slice-of-life animation directed by Fumio Kurokawa and released in 1985. Princess Sara is a young Indian girl who has been accepted into a boarding school in London to acquire correct manners and how to behave like a lady. When she is confronted with the anguish of being an orphan, the shocks begin.
70. Hound of Sherlock Holmes
RAI created Sherlock Hound, an action comedy series that premiered in 1984. It’s a parody of “Sherlock Holmes,” in which a Hound transforms into a bright detective who effortlessly solves the crime. It became a popular series among children who couldn’t handle too much Sherlock Holmes material at once.
69. Nemo the Little
Yutaka Fujioka directed Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland in 1989. The plot revolves on a little child called Nemo who witnesses several dreams and wishes to escape them. He discovers that there is a circus where he may forget about his nightmares.
Little Nemo boasts great animations that set it apart from the competition at the time. He then embarks on a delightful trip in which he lives his best life and meets new people.
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Ulysses is a fantasy animation developed by AXsiZ and released in 1981. Mikage Kasuga wrote the script for this animation, which was drawn by Tomari Meron. Ulysses is a story about a nobleman’s son. Ulysses immerses himself in the study of magic and alchemy in order to put an end to a century-long battle. With his abilities and capabilities, he puts a stop to the world’s long-running conflict and eventually delivers peace to the world.
67. The Mysterious Gold Cities
The Mysterious Cities of Gold is an adventure fantasy anime based on The King’s Fifth that was published in 1982. This fantastic animation series was created by Studio Pierrot and D.I.C. Audiovisuel. The plot follows a man who joins a group on a quest to discover lost towns and cities shrouded in mystery.
66. The Forest Legend
Takashi Ui, Osamu Tezuka, and Takayuki Matsutani directed and produced Legend Of The Forest, a 30-minute short film released in 1987. The short video tells the story of an innocent squirrel that lives in a forest free of human mayhem until one day they discover they are in danger because a human is ready to demolish their houses.
They must figure out a means to get him out of this circumstance, whether by luring him out, forcing him away, or tragically retreating and leaving everything behind.
Unico is a 1981 animated film for children. The plot is on a young unicorn who has been kidnapped by wicked gods. To get out of this problem, Unico will have to become tougher, work smarter, mislead them, and eventually beat them with the support of family and friends.
Night On The Galactic Railroad (No. 64)
Night On The Galactic Railroad is a 1985 fantasy film directed by Group TAC and based on the book Night On The Galactic Railroad. This film is mostly aimed for children, but its plot will appeal to adults as well. It’s a tale about a little child who travels between the heavens and Earth on a train.
He uncovers the truths that lay under our World’s surface, as well as how we should see it. Adults may be occupied with their children if the topic is light but the message is strong.
Barefoot Gen is a war-themed film based on Keiji Nakazawa’s manga. In 1983, the film was produced, depicting the horrors of a city devastated by a nuclear strike. The film conveys the concept that the author was attempting to communicate well. Another installment of the Madhouse studio’s film was released in 1986.
The story of our protagonist, who has now grown a bit, continues in Barefoot Gen 2, but the situation remains the same as it was three years before when the bomb was detonated in Hiroshima. They are still poor and dealing with the same issues, and it seems that hell is a never-ending circle. The agony that our main character goes through is awful to witness—the film is set to be released in 1986.
Katsuhiro Otomo directed the action picture Akira, which was released in 1988. Akira is set in a post-apocalyptic future in which the protagonist’s companion is given a top-secret military task that must be fulfilled at any costs. He goes to incredible lengths to defend his buddy and, after much hardship, manages to see it through to the conclusion.
60. There were eleven of them.
“They Were Eleven” is a 1986 science fiction mystery film based on Moto Hagio’s manga. The film is about 10 candidates who were given the responsibility of surviving a two-month test in space, but when they arrive, they discover that one of them is a traitor who would not allow them to remain and accomplish anything beneficial for the world.
City Hunter (59.)
Sunrise Studios created the anime City Hunter, which was released in 1987. City hunters are a bunch of people who are hell-bent on ridding Tokyo of all evil guys. The sole stipulation they have on contractors is that they must include a woman. Aside from that, they battle fearlessly and take on much more strong opponents.
Kiki’s Delivery Service (ninety-eighth)
Hayao Miyazaki directed the adventure film Kiki’s Delivery, which was released in 1989. A little girl is at the center of the plot. She relocates to the beach in order to spend time alone with herself, chatting and discovering her actual strength.
She has the power of magic, but she loses it when she doubts herself; yet, where there is a will, there is a way, and she storms her way out of the dilemma and achieves her goal of being a good witch.
57. The Fireflies’ Grave
Isao Takahata directed the devastating war film Grave Of The Fireflies, which was released in 1989. The story follows a little kid who is caught in the middle of a conflict and must defend and survive his younger sister. We witness how dehumanizing war can be, and how many innocent lives are wasted for diplomatic considerations that have nothing to do with regular people.
56. Totoro, My Neighbor
Hayao Miyazaki’s My Neighbor Totoro was released in 1988. Two little girls relocate to a town near their mother’s hospital and make friends with Totoro, a huge rabbit who is sweet, innocent, and modest.
55. The Sky Castle
Hayao Miyazaki directed the fantasy film Castle in the Sky, which was released in 1986. When air pirates attack an aircraft, a little girl encounters orphans who are similar to her.
Gauche The Cellist (number 54)
Gauche Isao Takahata directed the film The Cellist in 1982. The story follows a little child who is inspired by a musician and wishes to participate in an orchestra. Despite his rough childhood, he never loses hope and works hard to attain his objectives.
Yuki is a fantasy anime series that first aired in 1981. The story follows a little girl who is sent from the skies by her parents to rescue a hamlet in peril. She rescues them and assists them in any way she can, but she is taken aback and terrified when she encounters a demon god intent on destroying all in his path.
Ginga Hyouryuu Vifam (number 52)
It’s a 1983 Mecha anime series with action and adventure. The plot revolves on a planet far distant from Earth that has been devastated by an extraterrestrial invasion. Their children are lost in the midst of the mayhem and must find a way to live on their own.
Bocchan, No. 51
Bocchan is a comedy film from the year 1980. The anime follows a new teacher who is regularly set up by his pupils, and who is sometimes deceived by friends and school employees. It’s a comedic film that shows us how he overcomes his difficulties.
Vampire Hunter D (number 50)
Vampire Hunter D is a horror film directed by Production Reed and released in 1985. Vampires dominate the world, and a fierce vampire hunter has risen to rescue a girl and assassinate the vampire ruler and all of his henchmen in order to restore order.
Ganbare Genki (ninety-nine)
Ganbare Genki is a sports anime developed by Toei Animation and released in 1980. A young child who aspires to be like his recently deceased father. His father was a well-known boxer, and despite his grandparents’ objections, he wishes to follow in his footsteps.
Patlabor, no. 48
Patlabor is a 1989 drama-mystery anime created by Production IG and Studio Deen. Construction workers are dying, and the project manager commits himself. The main character is tasked with solving the mystery, discovering the truth, and apprehending the perpetrator.
Mellowlink, the Armor Hunter, is number 47.
Armor Hunter Mellowlink is a mystery anime developed by Sunrise and released in 1988. A lone survivor of a squad that was sacrificed for the sake of peace seeks vengeance on those responsible.
Shiroi Kiba: White Fang Monogatari (Chapter 46)
Sunrise’s action-adventure animation Shiroi Kiba: White Fang Monogatari was released in 1985. When some kind people decide to adopt them and offer them a nice existence away from Alaska’s frigid environment, a half-wolf half-dog lives there.
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Sunrise created the animation Giant Gorg in 1984. It’s a mecha anime about a little child who is taken to the United States after his father dies. When he gets there, he runs into a lot of troubles and has to fight off attacks from wicked groups.
Shouwa Ahozoushi Akanuke Ichiban (44), Shouwa Ahozoushi Akanuke Ichiban (44), Shouwa Ah
Shouwa Ahozoushi Akanuke Ichiban is a comedy anime series created by Tatsunoko Productions and premiered in 1985. A youngster who has switched places is given the ability to perform miracles in order to bring peace to this desolate world. The youngster intends to use it to impress a girl, but he soon learns his lesson.
43. Kotengu Tenmaru Bemubemu Hunter
Toei Animation’s Bemubemu Hunter Kotengu Tenmaru is an action anime series that debuted in 983. Demon slayers are those whose mission it is to battle demons that are threatening humanity’s existence. A fantastic narrative that is no longer available is one of the era’s masterpieces.
Adieu, Galaxy Express 999! 42.
“Adieu Galaxy Express 999” is a sci-fi film made by Toei Animation and Studio World and released in 1981. The protagonist has lost his mother, who was assassinated by an evil mecha. The MC embarks on a trip to exact complete vengeance on him. He works hard and even turns into a psychopath—the narrative is based on comics.
Kimagure Orange Road is number 41.
Kimagure Orange Road is a comedic slice-of-life animation made by studio Perriot and released in 1987. It’s a conventional shounen anime in which the protagonist loves one girl and another girl likes the protagonist, and this cycle continues until later in the plot when everything calms down. This narrative is based on a manga series.
40. Royal Space Force: Honneamise’s Wings
Studio Gainax’s action-drama anime film Royal Space Force: The Wings Of Honneamise was released in 1987. Due to his poor grades, the MC was unable to pursue his ambition of becoming a pilot and was forced to join the space program. After a while, he discovers that this work, too, has its rewards and begins to be interested.
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Lupin III: The Fuma Conspiracy is a conspiracy-drama anime produced by Tokyo Movie Shinsha and released in 1987. It is the third installment of the Lupin narrative, in which the princess is inexplicably stolen, and the main team must strive tirelessly to recover her, despite the fact that she is a nobility.
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Toei’s Saint Seiya is an action-adventure fantasy anime that debuted in 1986. Seiya is the primary character, and his purpose is to defend the god of battle and knowledge from gaining a bad reputation, together with his comrades. If he succeeds, he will be rewarded with greater and better opportunities.
37. Votoms of Armored Troopers
Armored Trooper Votoms is a 1983 mecha anime produced by Sunrise. The protagonist takes on the role of an agent tasked with stealing information from an adversary inside his own nation. As he struggles through it and discovers a solution, he becomes more perplexed, and a cloud of mist builds in his thoughts.
Hi No Ame Ga Furu, No Ame Ga Furu, No Ame Ga Furu, No Ame
Mushi productions produced Hi No Ame Ga Furu, a drama historical film, in 1988. Bombs were thrown here and there, and some people chose to fight back and fight for peace and stability in this war-torn world.
35. Telepath Chikyuu Monogatari 2500
Chikyuu Monogatari Telepath 2500 is a 1984 sci-fi film directed by Nakamura Mitsuki. A supercomputer designed for the year 2050 scouts individuals and chooses the right marriage mate for them.
Sakigake, number 34!! Otokojuku
Sakigake Otokojuku is an action comedy series produced by Toei Animation and first broadcast in 1988. This narrative is based on the manga and follows a group of students who have been dismissed from their school. Later, they enrolled in a combat school. They learn effective methods and use them in their battles to create exciting action sequences.
Daicon III (number 33)
Daicon III is a fantasy, fictitious special episode produced by Yamaga Hiroyuki and published by Gainax in 1981. A small girl who provided a glass of water to water a radish confronts several challenges in accomplishing this mission. Aliens, machines, robots, and a slew of other fantastical characters strive to stop her, while others want to assist her. What is she going to do? Will she be successful? She managed to execute her assignment successfully in the end.
Daicon IV (number 32)
Daicon IV is a fantasy, fictitious special episode produced by Yamaga Hiroyuki and published by Gainax in 1981. The tiny girl from the last episode has grown into a mature, self-assured young lady. She uses her lightsaber to combat extraterrestrial entities, assisting mankind and ensuring that people on Earth never have to confront these aliens and dangers that are ready to destroy the world at any moment.
31. Be Invoked: A Space Runaway Ideon
Studio Sunrise’s sci-fi mecha anime film Space Runaway Ideon: Be Invoked was released in 1982. Another mecha anime joins the list, this one featuring a group of astronauts trying to remain alive aboard a spacecraft. They are unable to return and have no means of obtaining assistance.
Their chances of life are next to none, and only a miracle can rescue them. Who will be the one to take command of the situation? Who will emerge victorious? Who will make it out alive? These are the kinds of questions you’ll be asking yourself throughout the film, which is a nail-biter that will have you glued to your screen until the very end.
30. My Youth’s Arcadia
Arcadia Of My Youth is an action-adventure film directed by Toei Animation and released in 1982. An extraterrestrial empire has infiltrated EarthEarth in order to establish their own civilisation, slaughtering people and stealing their homes. Some powerful individuals decide to battle them and demonstrate what mankind are capable of.
The war is lengthy, but before it begins, they cleverly analyze the issue and prepare every conceivable conclusion to ensure that there are no possibilities of defeat. In the end, these heroes’ unwavering determination destroys the wicked invaders and drives them off Earth.
Touch is a 1985 shounen romance animation created by Studio Gallop, Group TAC, and Studio Junio, based on the manga. The twin boys are having the time of their life. One of them has a lot of success. Meanwhile, the other is unconcerned about job and other matters.
A girl enters their life, but, unlike other people, she does not evaluate them based on their achievements. It catches the lazy brother off guard, and he promises to work more harder than before, drawing inspiration from the lady he adores in order to become more successful than his brother and not lose in this struggle.
28. Mask made of glass
Glass Mask is a shoujo drama anime that was first released in 1984 by the Tokyo Movie Shinsha studio. Two young actors are competitors who put in a lot of effort to go ahead. Even still, every time they go close to gaining control, the opposing team catches up. They don’t hate one other, have mutual respect, and are aware that they are arch-enemies. The plot goes on, but something is going to happen that will spice things up and turn it into a mystery show.
Gunbuster is a shounen anime that initially aired in 1988 and was created by Gainax. A new breed of aliens known as space monsters has arrived on Earth and plans to destroy everything on the planet. Earth’s defenders have built robots to combat the threat.
Out MC enrolls at a robotics school in order to learn how to pilot robots and assist Earth in fighting the monsters. She isn’t the most gifted girl in the world, but she battles with her heart, seizes the attention of a number of highly experienced specialists, and astounds everyone. She goes on to play a key part in the struggle against aliens later in the novel, announcing herself to the world as one of the greatest.
Urusei Yatsura 2: Beautiful Dreamer (
Urusei Yatsura 2: Beautiful Dreamer is an action, mystery, and sci-fi film directed by Studio Perriot and released in 1984. The plot is based on a famous manga and takes place in a strange world where time and reality interact in such a way that even the viewers struggle to grasp until later in the movie.
Kids are waiting for their school fair when they see something is wrong but don’t know what it is. I won’t give anything away since it’s worth watching and filling in the blanks.
25. Zera Gundam Mobile Suit
Suit for Traveling Zera Gundam is a sci-fi mecha anime made by Sunrise and released in 1985. A lengthy battle has just finished, and Earth has triumphed over its foes. Earth creates a crew and sends them to finish the mission in a last effort to eliminate the enemy.
During the journey, a new anti-Earth group called the anti-Earth alliance was created. This coalition is out for vengeance and the annihilation of Earth. It also extinguishes the lives of everyone on the globe.
Igano Kabamaru (number 24)
Igano Kabamaru is a shounen anime based on the manga that was released in 1983 by studio company TAC. After losing his parents, the protagonist is adopted and begins a new, ostensibly regular life. Things get tense when he travels to Tokyo and discovers the truth about the world, as well as the fact that the world is not a simple route that he can simply traverse, but that you must battle for it in order to establish a reputation for yourself.
Yamamoto Eiichi directed the drama film Oshin, which was released in 1984. A girl from a low-income household drops out of school to support her family, which is going hungry. The young lady chooses to work as a maid in the home of a rich family. There, she meets challenges that neither she nor the audience could have imagined. It depicts the suffering that impoverished people must endure on a daily basis without complaining.
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Maison Ikkoku is a Studio Deen-produced romantic slice-of-life anime series that premiered in 1986. When a guy is ready to leave his home owing to his annoying neighbors’ antics, he reconsiders and remains there when he meets a gorgeous lady.
The lady is a widow, having lost her spouse six months after they married. The protagonist of the novel convinces the heroine to trust in love once again and live a happy life as a result.
Dirty Pair (number 21)
Norio Hatsukawa and Takayuki Yoshii created the comedic animation Dirty Pair, which was released in 1985. 2 young girls who wander about the streets attempting to repair commonplace items. The issue emerges when you see that they consistently screw up more things than they improve. These two are awkward and non-cholent in practically any situation.
Wicked City is the twenty-first installment in the Wicked City series.
Wicked City is a 1987 action horror film directed by Yoshiaki Kawajiri and based on the manga. For many years, demons and humans have lived in peace, but as the pact nears its end, many worry that violence will erupt once again, and guess what occurs.
Both sides fight in combat until the other’s side is defeated. Nobody is safe as the world devolves into a war, and something must be done to put a stop to the carnage.
Captain Tsubasa is 19 years old.
Captain Tsubasa debuted in 1983 as a sports anime. It was one of the most appreciated programs in the world, despite the fact that anime was not widely accepted at the time. It’s a football/soccer anime in which an underdog player surprises everyone with his superior playing abilities and begins his underdog journey. It was so popular in Japan that football’s popularity skyrocketed, and people were willing to try other sports.
Minky Momo, the Magical Princess
Magical Princess Minky Momo is a fantasy animation made by Ashi Productions and released in 1983. A princess from another realm has arrived in ours to check whether everything is in order. She makes it a point to do all she can to keep an eye on as many individuals as she can.
17. You, the Assailant
Hiroshi Jinsenji directed Attacker You, a sports anime that debuted in 1984. The volleyball anime follows the protagonist, who is terrible at volleyball but aspires to be better. They become the top player via pure drive and hard effort, causing everyone to acknowledge their value as a player and a person.
12. Ranma 16.
Rumiko Takahashi wrote the famous animation Ranma 12 that was launched in 1987. The story’s premise is a little childlike, but that was the author’s intention. When the protagonist falls in the river one day and is cursed, he is a superb martial arts practitioner. The curse is that he transforms into a lady and can only return to being a man when he comes into contact with hot water.
Macross is a 1980s science fiction anime series. Humankind has finally been able to construct and utilise a mystery extraterrestrial spacecraft that was discovered 10 years ago. It comes at a price, since an extraterrestrial culture intends to strike Earth if the spaceship’s signal is detected. This spacecraft, they believe, belongs to their adversaries, and you are one of them. A conflict has erupted, and everyone is on pins and needles waiting to see what will happen next and where the plot will take us next.
14. The Caller, Baoh
Hiroyuki Yokoyama directed the action-adventure film Baoh, The Caller, which was released in 1987. A clandestine organization doing experiments to make Japan superior to other nations backfires when a parasite escapes and begins living in hosts, eventually mutating into an assassin that kills everyone without the host’s knowledge.
13. Yoma’s Curse: Blood Reign
Blood Reign: The Curse Of The Yoma is a 1986 anime with a battle theme. People were weary of battling each other after a lengthy battle, but the people in authority were willing to sacrifice more and more men for their cause. A ninja utilizes his abilities to frighten the attackers away, restore peace to the world, and become a hero who puts an end to this long and exhausting conflict.
Arion is a 1986 anime film. When Arian learns that this brutal war-torn world has no place for regular impoverished people like him, he becomes despondent. Every impoverished individual dies young or is used as a sacrifice in wars and battles. When he chooses to lead an army to break this lengthy rule and halt the cycle of hate, the girl he loves is abducted by the repressive gods.
Saga of Amon
Amon Saga is a fantasy action-adventure anime that debuted in 1986. A little child seeks vengeance against the cruel overlords who killed his mother. He joins a monarchy in order to rise through the ranks and, when the opportunity arises, to exact vengeance. On his trip, he grows closer to the kingdom, and when the ideal moment for vengeance presents him, he hesitates.
The Rotoden Movie: Wrath Of The Ninja
The medieval animation Wrath Of The Ninja was released in 1989. A lady flees the assassinations of a tyrant who has sent his army to assassinate anybody who opposes him in Japan. She possesses three legendary weapons that can destroy the ruler, together with two other friends.
Geist, MD, No. 9
Geist is an action-adventure anime that debuted in 1989. Humanity has progressed much and has successfully colonized other worlds. Except for one, every planet is at peace. M.D.G., a super soldier, lands in that city by mistake and manages to put an end to a decades-long battle.
8. Violent crime Jack
The world is in shambles as a result of many years of conflict. The 1988 film depicts the horrors of war and how, with the use of the most powerful warrior brutality, Jack is able to prevent another war from occurring. To safeguard what’s left on this world, he utilizes all of his power.
Doraemon: The Winter (Doraemon: The Winter) (Doraemon
This program is another 80s classic that I’m sure everyone has heard of. It was a one-of-a-kind episode that aired in 1986.
Doraemon is number six.
Doraemon, as previously said, is a household name that every parent and kid is familiar with. A guy, like a cat that can offer everything to his companion, wishes to realize his deepest ambitions. If you haven’t seen it yet, this program is one to watch if you want to assist him get out of all of these terrible circumstances or to aid his buddies.
Silver Fang is number five.
Toei Animations developed the action-adventure anime Silver Fang, which was released in 1986. A bear who saw his father’s death seeks vengeance and assembles a pack of dogs to form his army.
Dragon Ball Z
One of the most well-known franchises of all time; some may even consider it the finest. Dragon Ball is an all-time classic that everyone is familiar with. This is nothing less than a power struggle between gods, released in 1986 and created by Toei animation.
3. Ashita No Joe (
Mushi Productions developed Ashita No Joe, a sports anime. A boxing instructor spots a big man who can easily beat up gang members on his own and offers him a future in the sport. After some back and forth, Ashita decides to take up boxing and ultimately becomes Japan’s finest fighter.
Dragon Ball Z is number two on the list.
Dragon Ball Z is a spin-off series from Dragon Ball that continues to expand the universe as Goku becomes stronger and better, eventually becoming the finest fighter on EarthEarth and eventually fighting gods after gods.
1. The Galactic Heroes Legend
It is ranked top because of the fantastic narrative it tells. The narrative has very few plot flaws, and the writer has done an excellent job of setting it up. It was made by studio K-Factory, Kitty Film Mitaka Studio, and initially broadcast in 1988. Two geniuses put an end to a protracted battle by establishing a one-ruler system for mankind. They confront a number of challenges, but with their strength and brains, they are able to overcome them.
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