5 Classic Animes and Cult that the Saudosmen worship
Yes, classic anime and cult, ie anime extremely endeused by the fans welcomed and critically acclaimed. They are so innovative and unique that as much as they try, it is not possible to replicate success. Not wanting to devalue the current anime, but it can't be compared, they're totally different things. Be it current or old anime, we watch each other with other eyes without even realizing it, each with its value.
Ghost in The Shell
Ghost in the Shell passes after 2029, marked by the emergence of a new technology that allows the fusion of the brain to computing, to the World Network. With this, the barrier between the physical and digital world is undoing, creating new levels of existence, even though this technology is not restricted only to the brain, but to the whole body with special prostheses that increase the body's yield.
Neon Genesis Evangelion
Neon Genesis Evangelion is a series of post-apocalyptic action that revolves around a paramilitary organization called Nerv, created to combat monstrous beings called angels, using giant beings called Evangelion units (or EVAs). These beings are controlled by teenagers, who by a mere chance were born in the year of the second impact, one of them being the main character, Shinji Ikari. With other teenagers who have been trained to pilot the EVAs (because they are compatible with them) and with the help of the NERV members, they try to defeat the Angels and avoid the third impact, which would lead to the destruction of mankind.
Dragon Ball (First and Z)
The story of Dragon Ball tells the life of Son Goku, a boy with monkey tail, based on the Chinese legend voyage to the West, from his adventures as a child until becoming a grandfather. During his life, he participates in many battles with increasingly strong opponents, always seeking to increase his strength. In his travels, Goku knows several people, often creating a very strong friendship with them that help them to overcome the villains of history.
Enter a world in the distant future, where Bounty Hunters roam the solar system. Spike and Jet, Bounty hunting partners, established in travel, in an effort always struggling to earn reward rewards to survive. During the trip, they meet with other very interesting people. Could Faye, the beautiful and ridiculously poor gambler, Edward, the genius of computation, and Ein, the dog designed to be a good complement to the group?
The year is 2019 and Neo Tokyo (formerly Tokyo) was already shaken by a 3rd World War. Biker gangs populate a new city terrorized by anti-government groups. Kaneda is the leader of one of these gangs, and one night he is warned that a rival group has invaded their territory. His group goes hunting for the rival group ("Clowns") and, during the pursuit, one of the members of his group ends up disgraced-Tetsuo. This one suffers a mysterious accident, and ends up being arrested by a colonel with a thirst for power and a kind of paranoid doctor. In an attempt to rid his young friend, Kaneda ends up getting involved with a group of anarchists. Along with a young woman named Kay, part to try to help him. In the meantime, Tetsuo becomes the victim of a series of experiments, which try to make him develop a kind of psychic power.
Bonus: Devilman Crybaby
It's a current anime with a classic footprint. It's hard to explain. Devilman Crybaby is an anime based on a manga of 1972. Until then it was never well adapted until Netflix financed the production of a new anime (Amen). Get the kids out of the room in case you watch it, it's too heavy, gore style.
The mind of a hardcore past-dweller:
Ghost in the Shell (only the classic movie… Trash rest)
Dragon Ball (the first and Z saga, but only arc of Freeza… Trash rest)
Neon Genesis Evangelion (Classic series and remake also because I am very humble)
Cowboy Bebop (series, Film and Everything, Love at first sight)
Akira (film… I'm going bad!!!)
Generally welcomed by Japanese content do not consider themselves Otakus, rarely watch current anime, are nerds looking for other types of content, such as series and Western films. They're highly critical, so don't argue with them, let alone talking… Obviously this is a joke, it's all irony. But a "Saudosista" who tries to prove himself is just a pouser. Real Saudosmen don't care about that, they're always open to new experiences, they know the value of a good work. So that's it, kids, that was the message of the day. Even more!
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