>That one classic you never watched but planned on watching for years.
What's her name, /a/?
Rascal the Racoon, I don't know Japanese and nobody is ever going to subtitle it
Gutsy Frog, I don't know Japanese and nobody is ever going to subtitle it.
Adventures of Ganba, I don't know Japanese and nobody is ever going to subtitle it.
This along with Millennium actress & Paprika
any number of space operas and fantasy anime from decades past
Any more sailor moon
Any Gundam series
backlog never ends
Rose of Versailles
Very entertaining show
I know it can be intimidating, but it is separated in seasons of 24-26 episodes so you can watch one arc at a time (though you might not be able to stop once you start).
To be honest, most of them that aren't huge in the west like Ghibli or Dragon Ball.
I've only gotten back into anime recently after a I stopped watching it in highschool so I've been marathoning tons of shit over the past two or three months.
Cowboy Bebob is probably the big one i'm miss.
I did watch a few episodes many years ago but it's episodic story didn't appeal to me (i remember watching outlaw star back then so i guess i had my space western fix).
I stopped watching after
yang wen li dies a pointless death.
It hit me hard and I just couldn't get back into the show.
Although I heard it turned to shit after that so maybe I made the right choice.
They're both great.
It's actually legitimately quite decent, this is coming from someone with very little interest in the franchise overall.
It was part of the World Masterpiece Theater series in which tons of western literature classics were adapted into anime it was somewhat of a national institution in Japan. Rascal the Racoon for example got so popular that people started importing Racoon's for pets and upon realizing they made really bad pets the release them all into the wild like the kid does in the TV anime thus causing a huge invasive species Racoon problem in Japan. The series also included versions of Heidi, Girl of The Alps, Marco, Anne of Green Gables, Daddy Long Legs, Little Women, Tom Sawyer, Swiss Family Robinson, The Trapp Family, A Dog of Flanders, Princess Sarah. They are mostly really well made too.
The 2003 version is solid if you are willing to watch some fairly poor subs.
I've had it on both my laptop and PC at home for around 3 years and have been thinking I should watch it for more then that.
I think I'm afraid too watch it because I've hyped it too much for myself.
Pic related, I'm working my way through it. Currently reading Appleseed.
Not really a 'classic', but I regret leaving Sakesama no Patema until after all of the discussion about it had long passed.
Your list reminds me of this.
Forever shall live in my heart as the first manga that I fell in love with who had an abrupt ending without me knowing why.
I did not know what a hiatus was at that time. Thought that just nobody was translating it so I just had to be patient until someone translated the rest of it.
I now know better, but in truth, I'm still somehow hoping for even 1 more ;_;