Anime shows that changed the Industry

Horus, Prince of the sun (1968)

This animation was a movie that was released in the year 1968 and it was Isao Takahata’s first directorial debut. This movie was selected by the Ministry of Education. This film was inspired by the puppet play “The Sun above Chikisani” which was performed in the year 1959.

Storyline – Horus, was a kid who lived in Eastern Europe and followed the culture of the Iron Age, from the rock giant Moog he recovers the Sword of the Sun, and from his dying father he learns that he must go back to his ancestral territory.


Mobile Suit Gundam (1979)

In 1979 Mobile Suit Gundam was innovated and it was mostly focused on human conflicts. It was the first mecha anime. It was the first series, which was eventually been transformed into spin-offs and sequels. The series was reworked for theatres and released into three parts. The film is popular for transforming the giant robot category and mobile suits were used as weapons in the war and the portraits of their pilots as normal soldiers. Yoshikazu Yasuhiko designed the characters and the mechanical designs were designed by Kunio Okawara. He designed the RX-78-2 Gundam and the eponymous giant robot.

The Rose of Versailles (1972-73)

It is a Japanese manga series that was written and illustrated by Riyoko Ikeda. From 1972 to 1973 it was originally sequenced in the manga magazine Margaret. While a new advanced series was published from 2013 to 2018 in the magazines. This series was a historical drama that was set in the year the French Revolution.


Super Dimension Fortress Macross (1982)

Super Dimension Fortress Macross or “the good part of Robotech”, is television series from the year 1982 and it was a classic of the mecha style. This was created by Studio Nue, Artland, and Tatsunoko production. Later it was adapted as Robotech’s first part by Harmony Gold and Carl Macek. In 1992, the sequel Super Dimension Fortress Macross II: Lovers Again was released due to its popularity.

Dragon Ball Z (1989-96)

It was produced by Toei Animation. It is the sequel to the anime series Dragon Ball from the year 1986. It was dubbed and broadcast in 81 countries and was aired in Japan on Fuji TV. Son Goku adventures his adult life in Dragon Ball Z and his partners protect the Earth against gangsters. This series was adapted from the second portion of the Dragon Ball manga written by Akira Toriyama.


Neon Genesis Evangelion (1995-96) It is a mecha anime television series Gainax produced and Tatsunoko animated it. This was the single controversial anime in the year 1995. In this era, no other show was criticized, praised, overanalyzed, and argued about as done with other animes. Even after 23 years, this show still provoked passion. The first half was a mysterious mecha anime, and it was more concerned with an investigation into the deep of psychological horror.

Revolutionary Girl Utena (1996)

This series was founded by Kunihiko Ikuhara and created by Be-Papas. It was written by Chiho Saito and included a 1996 manga style. An orphaned girl named Utena Tenjou, who from her childhood wanted to be a prince had a strong personality and she dressed in up tomboyish manner. This series gained universal critical praise. The series has created a span of the spin-off and modified media, including a video game, a light novel series, and multiple stage musicals.

Perfect Blue (1997)

Satoshi Kon in animation became one of the best filmmakers with his directing debut, Perfect Blue in the year 1998. It is established by Yoshikazu Takeuchi in the novel Perfect Blue: Complete Metamorphosis and Sadayuki Murai wrote the screenplay. The film allots with Kon’s well-established theme of the dimming of the line between reality and fantasy.

Attack on Titan (2013)

This is another series that has much popularity for symmetrical dramatic twists. While the show was mesmerizing from the beginning, the way the fifth episode ended where the main character Eren was eaten and of course he lived but the way he survived, modified into a Titan, was a big twist. When the anime was launched in 2013 Attack on Titan was a huge hit. Today, additional progress in the manga has been more arguable.


Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders (1993-2000)

This is the second season of anime by David Production. It was first released in 1993 and continued till 2000. This series was broadcasted for 48 episodes which were split into two parts containing 24 episodes each. Each part of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure is different from the last, but Stardust Crusaders reconsidered the series in a great way. In the first part, the characters used magic harnessed from solar energy and Hamon for fighting. But in Stardust Crusaders, they hardly used Hamon. They used the souls of the people who were connected with invisible creatures ( dogs, apes, and birds).  

Your Name (2016)

In 2016 this movie was loved by enough people and it became the highest-grossing anime movie worldwide. It was a comedy movie. A boy named Taki from Tokyo and a country girl Mitsuha one fine morning their body swaps in each other’s bodies. They encounter each other’s lives by communicating through writing. Mitsuha came across those three years in Taki’s past the whole town was destroyed. This movie received appreciative reviews, with adore for the animation, emotional weight, and music.



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