I went to a panel at Liberty City Anime Convention, where they discussed anime series from the 1980’s. I thought that this was going to be an interesting panel and it was. The panelist, John Medero, mainly talked about series from the year 1987 which was a big year in anime history. Some really great series came out that year but, he also discussed other popular anime series from the late and early 1980’s and where are they now 30 years later. It made me think of how anime has changed over the years.
I use to love Gohan. He was my favorite character from the franchise only coming second to Future Trunks. But I felt connected to Gohan because we sort of grew up together. Then enter the Saiyanman arch, this was something I struggled to accept. Low-key hurt my feelings. LOL But I digress.
Day 25: Saddest Anime Death?
This question is another hard one. So many sad deaths. Here are some off the top of my head.
- Michiro from Air.
- Neji Hyuuga from Naruto.
- Mae Hughes (Full Metal Alchemist).
- Nicholas D. Wolfwood (Trigun).
- Nina Tucker ( FMA).
- Genkai (Yu Yu Hakusho)
- Vegeta (Dragon Ball Z)
Day 6: Anime You Want to See But Haven’t Yet?
That’s easy. Dragonball Super. Dragonball opened the flood gates. The anime that started it all. Much respect to Akira Toriyama. The god father to my passion.