The so-called "Big Three" of anime and manga -- Naruto, Bleach and One Piece -- are well-known. But what would be their respective shojo equivalents?
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The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have accepted their former enemy as their mentor -- and they have made the right decision.
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The 1990s were a wild and amazing time for anime, filled with tons of husbando-worthy anime guys.
While many spin-offs are thought to be mindless cash grabs, some anime franchises created unnecessary spin-offs that everyone loved.
Several anime deaths shouldn't have been a surprise for fans.
There's an anime out there for everyone and plenty of anime's best shows are perfect for kids and the whole family to sit back and enjoy.
The legacy of manga authors and artists who have passed away remains in the hands of the fans who love their work.
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Some '90s anime have cemented themselves as beloved classics, though it's a wonder how they ended up that way.
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There is a lot of potential with anime prequels, but they can also rob the main series of its mystique or make it more confusing.
Even a bad anime can still deliver intense fights with beautiful animation and emotionally gripping music.
Many anime shows targeted at kids have impactful, investing, critically acclaimed stories that adults can enjoy just as much as children, if not more.
Some anime series are so sad that they are hard enough to watch the first time, making a rewatch next to impossible.
These terrible anime spin-offs that no one wanted prove that there can absolutely be too much of a good thing.
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