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Post by Irrati » Mar 23rd, '06, 04:38

Pokemon and Digimon. Pokemon was kind of stupid but I loved Digimon.

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Post by Densetsu13 » Mar 24th, '06, 14:51

My first anime was Samurai Pizza Cats. What an amazing show, not to mention the English localization was top of the line compared the crap they do now :roll:

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Post by Toni » Mar 26th, '06, 20:36

My first anime was "Alfred J. Kwak". It's an anime with a dutch story. It was one of the most populair cartoons in the Netherlands. 8) I think it's called "Ahiru no Kuwaku" in Japanese and "Quack the duck" in english... At that time I didn't realize it was anime.
After that was Samurai Pizzacats and Pokemon.
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Post by Benjy » Apr 25th, '06, 06:54

Would be dragon ball in chinese when i was 7.
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Post by Humbedooh » Apr 26th, '06, 03:02

I guess the first anime I say (apart from Ghost in the Shell) was the Guyver series...which was like "totally über super cool!!! \o/" when you're a 10 year old kid (and still cool ofc!). (Actually, this reminds me of someone who promised to send me a bunch of Guyver DVDs >_>)

I've watched my share of Dragonball etc as well, but I honestly find that series quite bleak (read: boring beyond repair).

Hm, another early anime experience springs to mind...except I have no idea what it was called - perhaps someone can enlighten me?

It was about this guy who worked as a bodyguard, and one day he had to protect this old guy who had to go to some place and meet with...the evil rival race or something to make peace, and of course that turns out to be a massacre...but then in the end, the guy finds out that he is the solution to peace or such, and the old guy he was meant to protect was merely bait so he'd fulfill his destiny...or something like that.
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Post by Humbedooh » May 1st, '06, 23:08

Totally forgot to mention Totoro..!! can't do anything but love that huggable fluffy thing <3
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Post by MusAshI » May 4th, '06, 00:48

Technically Sailor Moon was my first, but I just watched it from time to time, not knowing what the hell was going on, so really, DBZ was my first anime, just like many.
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Post by Coach Vee » May 12th, '06, 13:21

Um hmm.... My first exposure to anything manga was reading Adam Warren's Dirty Pair (when I was 11 :shock: ) and I thought it was uber pro. My actual first anime I watched, I can't really remember to be honest. Could have been the Street Fighter one...

I'm not so into anime now, but some of the actual manga is still nice to read, like Urusei Yatsura and Battle Angel Alita.

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Post by Jayveemon » May 12th, '06, 13:31

My first Anime was Sailor Moon, the DiC dubbed version, I remember waking up at 6:30AM to watch it on the WB ^o^ when I was about 09 years old or so and crying when Darien/Mamoru almost died with he got stabbed. (XD I was a wuss then XD)

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Post by Schiznik » Aug 17th, '06, 05:52

Dragon Ball Z was my official first anime, but the one that really got me into Anime was Initial D, go Takumi!

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Post by Yusu » Jul 4th, '07, 00:19

well let's see...I think was Angel - the girl of the flowers, Transformers, Robotech (Macross in the original), and then Sailor Moon, Saint Seiya, Dragon Ball, Captain Tsubasa and Zenki and stuff like that xD

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Post by Lebon14 » Jul 15th, '07, 03:58

Pokémon (French dubbed) I think or Card Captor Sakura (French dubbed - called "Sakura Chasseuse de cartes". I don't remember which one was first.
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Post by Shonen Neko Takaya » Sep 9th, '10, 07:17

Superbook and then Macross. 1983 for Super Book and 1985 for Macross.

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Post by zoupzuop2 » Sep 9th, '10, 17:06

Originally I thought my first was Pokémon. Then over time I found out that one of the movies my mom had recorded and played for me and my siblings at a reaaaaaally young age (think 2 or 3) was none other than Unico in the Island of Magic (now a somewhat rare find). So... I blame my parents. :P
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Post by ryosuke63 » Sep 12th, '10, 15:45

Hm, probably My Neighbor Totoro. Then Dragonball Z.
In fact, I need to watch Totoro again, sometime.
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