Do not admit anime lovers if you have not seen the list of 20 millennium anime episodes to watch this! What are they? Let's see in the article!
If you make a list of millennium-era anime that must be watched, lots of different lists come from different sources and points of view. Determining where the millennium anime must watch is an easy choice and hard to hear tricky .
But a weekly financial magazine called Weekly Toyo Keizai made a list of 20 anime releases in the millennium era precisely in the 2000s that you must watch.
Magazines published in 1895 that have reader-like demographics such as executives, corporate positions, analysts and investors create a list with the full title of "The Most Influential Cultural Anime" and sorted according to the year.
The anime on this list is a mixture of movies and TV. Here's an anime list you must watch the Weekly version of Toyo Keizai:
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex (2002)
Ghost in the Shell: The Stand Alone Complex is a TV series adapted from the best-selling and influential film of all time artificial Masamune Shirow, Ghost in the Shell
Ghost in the Shell: The Stand Alone Complex itself has been released for two seasons. His first season was released in October 2002 until October 2003 and his second season was released in January 2004 to January 2005.
Ghost in the Shell: The Stand Alone Complex still tells the story of Major Motoko Kusanagi and Section 9 staff who must handle unusual cases involving large parties.
Hoshi no Koe (2002)
Before Kimi no na Wa soared around the world, Makoto Shinkai got his first popularity through Hoshi no Koe. Anime released in this OVA format successfully brought Shinkai into the most influential figure in the world anime in the millennium era.
Telling about two friends from childhood apart because one of his female friends had to fight against aliens. After 15 years of being inside the deeper extraterrestrial space, the message he conveyed took longer to reach the earth.
A successful sad story makes the anime lovers weep for the first time.
Paprika is the last work of genius director Satoshi Kon before he breathed his last breath due to pancreatic cancer on August 24, 2010.
Adapted from a novel titled the same artificial Yasutaka Tsustsui released in 1993, this film tells the story of a psychological researcher who uses a tool to get into the dream of his patient.
With superb visuals and stories that never appear in the anime world make Paprika adored by various international media and its effects can be seen in the film made by Christopher Nolan named Inception .
Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion (2006)
Who here does not know the Lellouch character from Code Geass ? Lellouch and various other characters successfully became popular in 2006 and became one of the iconic characters in the anime world.
In his time, Code Geass successfully united two fandom uncomfortable, namely: male and female. The men love this series because of the fantastic robot action while the women certainly like the character depicted in bishounen style of CLAMP.
For those of you who do not know, this CLAMP has previously made comics xxxHolic X, and Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle, you know!
Code Geass alone tells of a former prince Lelouch vi Britannia who wanted to undermine the dictatorship of the Holy Britannian Empire with the help of a superpower called Geass.
Rebuild of Evangelion (2007, 2009, 2012)
is a movie reboot from the legendary TV series made by Hideaki Anno, Neon Genesis Evangelion, that suskes shocked the anime world and became one of the best anime of all time.
Three films from Rebuild of Evangelion have been released in 2007, 2009 and 2012 under the title Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone, Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance, and Evangelion 3.0: You Can (Not) Redo . The fourth installment of this install is currently in progress.
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