Posted on 2 January 2007 with categories: Rating - (90-100/100)

Mahou Shoujotai – (TV) – 97/100
Noein – (TV) – 96/100
Birdy the Mighty Decode 2 – (TV) – 95/100
Bokura no – (TV) – 95/100
Gankutsuou – (TV) – 95/100
Kaiba – (TV) – 95/100
Monster – (TV) – 95/100
Revolutionary Girl Utena – (TV) – 95/100
Simoun – (TV) – 95/100
Strange Dawn – (TV) – 95/100
The Third – (TV) – 95/100
Figure 17 – Tsubasa and Hikaru – (TV) – 94/100
Haibane Renmei – (TV) – 94/100
Kaze no Shoujo Emily – (TV) – 94/100
Les Miserables – Shoujo Cosette – (TV) – 94/100
Mushishi – (TV) – 94/100
Shion no Ou – (TV) – 94/100
Toward the Terra – (TV) – 94/100

Asatte no Houkou – (TV) – 93/100
Baccano! – (TV) – 93/100
Dennou Coil – A Circle of Children – (TV) – 93/100
Hi no Tori – (TV) – 93/100
The Dog of Flanders – (Movie) – 93/100
Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae o Boku-Tachi wa Mada Shiranai. – (TV) – 92,5/100
Aoi Bungaku – (TV) – 92,5/100
Armed Librarians – The Book of Bantorra – (TV) – 92,5/100
Full Metal Alchemist – Brotherhood – (TV) – 92,5/100
Himitsu ~The Revelation~ – (TV) – 92,5/100
Infinite Ryvius – (TV) – 92,5/100
Legend of the Galactic Heroes – (OVA) – 92,5/100
Maison Ikkoku – (TV) – 92,5/100
Mawaru Penguin Drum – (TV) – 92,5/100
Michiko e Hatchin – (TV) – 92,5/100
Mouryou no Hako – (TV) – 92,5/100
Mysterious Cities of Gold – (TV) – 92,5/100
Nana – (TV) – 92,5/100
Phantom – (TV) – 92,5/100
Tokyo Magnitude 8.0 – (TV) – 92,5/100
Yojou-han Shinwa Taikei – (TV) – 92,5/100
Ghost Hound – (TV) – 92/100
Jigoku Shoujo – (TV) – 92/100
Mermaid’s Forest – (TV) – 92/100
Otogi Juushi Akazukin – (TV) – 92/100
Tokyo Godfathers – (Movie) – 92/100

Eternal Family – (Movie) – 91/100
Eureka 7 – (TV) – 91/100
Higurashi no Naku Koro ni – (TV) – 91/100
Le Chevalier d’Eon – (TV) – 91/100
Millennium Actress – (Movie) – 91/100
Natsuyuki Rendezvous – (TV) – 91/100
Now and Then, Here and There – (TV) – 91/100
Seirei no Moribito – (TV) – 91/100
Air – (TV) – 90/100
Amatsuki – (TV) – 90/100
Anne no Nikki – The Diary of Anne Frank – (Movie) – 90/100
Ashita no Nadja – (TV) – 90/100
Black Jack OVA – (TV) – 90/100
Casshern Sins – (TV) – 90/100
Clannad After Story – 90/100
Cowboy Bebop – (TV) – 90/100
Flag – (TV) – 90/100
From the New World – (TV) – 90/100
Giant Killing – (TV) – 90/100
Gintama Episodes 1-100 – (TV) – 90/100
Glass Mask (2005) – (TV) – 90/100
Gunslinger Girl – Il Teatrino – (TV) – 90/100
Hi no Tori Houou-Hen – (Movie) – 90/100
Hi no Tori Uchuu-Hen – (OVA) – 90/100
Honey and Clover – (TV) – 90/100
Hunter X Hunter OVA – (OVA) – 90/100
Kaleido Star – (TV) – 90/100
Kodomo no Omocha – (TV) – 90/100
Kurau Phantom Memory – (TV) – 90/100
Kyousogiga – (TV) – 90/100
Level E – (TV) – 90/100
Metropolis – (Movie) – 90/100
Mobile Police Patlabor OVA 2 – (OVA) – 90/100
Nodame Cantabile – (TV) – 90/100
Perrine Monogatari – (TV) – 90/100
Porfy no Nagai Tabi – (TV) – 90/100
Rose of Versailles – (TV) – 90/100
Rurouni Kenshin – Tsuiokuhen – (OVA) – 90/100
Saiunkoku Monogatari – (TV) – 90/100
Sarai-ya Goyou – (TV) – 90/100
Sayonara Zetsubou-Sensei – (TV) – 90/100
Seikai no Senki II – (TV) – 90/100
Shiki – (TV) – 90/100
Spirited Away – (Movie) – 90/100
Tales of Phantasia – (OVA) – 90/100
The Law of Ueki – (TV) – 90/100
Twelve Kingdoms – (TV) – 90/100
xxxHolic: Kei – (TV) – 90/100
xxxHolic – (TV) – 90/100

A quick indication on what all the ratings mean:
100/100: The perfect anime. I’ve yet to encounter one, though.
97,5/100: The best of the best of the best, my all-time favourite(s).
95/100: Truly amazing and outstanding series, the best of their genres. These series made a huge impact on me.
92,5/100: Simply fantastic anime. These series have many areas in which they stand out like no other.
90/100: Anime that achieved exactly what they set out to do. Incredibly solid productions with so many things to like about them.

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  • ;(
    (Thursday, Jul 30. 2015 04:12 PM)
    HOLY SHIT KAIDOU APPEARED!!!
    And he’s fighting the Kidd-Hawkins-Apoo allaince!!!
    One Piece is getting crazy again.
  • b4oshany
    (Wednesday, Jul 29. 2015 12:00 AM)
  • AidanAK47
    (Tuesday, Jul 28. 2015 11:19 PM)
    @K-off, thanks.
  • k-off
    (Tuesday, Jul 28. 2015 10:38 PM)
    @Aidan I’ll just go ahead and edit it
  • AidanAK47
    (Tuesday, Jul 28. 2015 09:49 PM)
    K-off could edit category though. Maybe I could use his account and that would allow me to edit them. Hell all he would need to do is change is password to something unimportant and let me know what it is. This I could pop in using his account and edit them…though I tried doing this with lightning bolts account and I can’t do it there either.
    Stupid wordpress.
  • AidanAK47
    (Tuesday, Jul 28. 2015 12:04 PM)
    @reaLjustified, would have done so a while ago if I could. When psgels added me to the site I think he forgot to give me permissions to the category section. So I cannot create or edit categories at all. So it means I can’t edit that list down there.
  • reaLjustified
    (Tuesday, Jul 28. 2015 06:54 AM)
    @AidanAk47 Great, I was wondering if you could update your currently watching list? It’s pretty hard to find what shows your currently watching without scrolling down the whole page :(
  • AidanAK47
    (Tuesday, Jul 28. 2015 04:20 AM)
    @reaLjustified, I am the current writer. I generally keep an eye on the shoutbox.
  • ratsgnoF
    (Tuesday, Jul 28. 2015 03:21 AM)
    Psgels used to write them, but stopped because he’s too busy with real life stuff.
  • ratsgnoF
    (Tuesday, Jul 28. 2015 03:20 AM)
    Aidan is the one who writes most of the reviews now.

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