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18th Jul '17 12:17:22 PM ExultantTurkey
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* ''Manga/{{The Morose Mononokean}}'', a manga that a person who likes youkai stories is going to enjoy. It's a really calm manga, and it can seem pretty simple at first, but the plot is actually interesting and there are some mysteries to solve yet. The characters are charismatic, both main and side characters, and the lead guys have a really good development, as well as the friendship between them. In general, is a very pleasent and sweet manga which doesn't count with all the love it deserves.
16th Jul '17 10:55:11 AM Grobi
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* ''Manga/{{Toriko}}'', while beloved in its homeland of Japan, definitely needs more love in the rest of the world. Aside from the unique concept of hunting food in away similar to MonsterHunter, there's several chapters devoted to eating the captured ingredients and not only is it delicious, it's insane. It will make you want to eat while reading the series or watching the anime. Not to mention the action in the series is fantastic. It starts off a bit slow, but if you grind through it, it ends up being an awesome read.

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* ''Manga/{{Toriko}}'', while beloved in its homeland of Japan, definitely needs more love in the rest of the world. Aside from the unique concept of hunting food in away similar to MonsterHunter, VideoGame/MonsterHunter, there's several chapters devoted to eating the captured ingredients and not only is it delicious, it's insane. It will make you want to eat while reading the series or watching the anime. Not to mention the action in the series is fantastic. It starts off a bit slow, but if you grind through it, it ends up being an awesome read.
12th Jul '17 12:17:00 AM Doug86
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* ''PopolocroisMonogatari'' is a 1998 anime which was made to be a direct sequel to the first game in the [[VideoGame/{{Popolocrois}} video game franchise of the same name]]. It is just ''adorable''. The soundtrack is dreamy and neat, the animation is very clean and done well with soft colors, the characters are very well rounded and well developed, the so-called filler episodes expand greatly on the characters and have an impact on the story, and it averts and subverts so many anime tropes it's not even funny. You may think certain characters are going to be an IdiotHero or a ClingyJealousGirl or everything else of that caliber, but fear not, as its characters are VERY well developed, even though they may not look it. Most people are turned off by the cutesy character designs and the fact that it's based on an RPG, but they really need to look past those things in order to see the great story that it is. Not only that, it managed to [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar get some really suggestive things (NOT sexual!!!) past the radar despite its innocent nature]] (the best example is in episode 11), and it's been blessed with one of the [[EvilIsHammy hammiest and funniest villains in the form of Demon King GamiGami]], who is awesome. You'd think something like this would be picked up by a US licensor or broadcasted on a children's channel like NickToons or Creator/CartoonNetwork, but nobody seems to know it exists! What a pity, as it definitely SugarWiki/NeedsMoreLove!

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* ''PopolocroisMonogatari'' is a 1998 anime which was made to be a direct sequel to the first game in the [[VideoGame/{{Popolocrois}} video game franchise of the same name]]. It is just ''adorable''. The soundtrack is dreamy and neat, the animation is very clean and done well with soft colors, the characters are very well rounded and well developed, the so-called filler episodes expand greatly on the characters and have an impact on the story, and it averts and subverts so many anime tropes it's not even funny. You may think certain characters are going to be an IdiotHero or a ClingyJealousGirl or everything else of that caliber, but fear not, as its characters are VERY well developed, even though they may not look it. Most people are turned off by the cutesy character designs and the fact that it's based on an RPG, but they really need to look past those things in order to see the great story that it is. Not only that, it managed to [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar get some really suggestive things (NOT sexual!!!) past the radar despite its innocent nature]] (the best example is in episode 11), and it's been blessed with one of the [[EvilIsHammy hammiest and funniest villains in the form of Demon King GamiGami]], who is awesome. You'd think something like this would be picked up by a US licensor or broadcasted on a children's channel like NickToons Creator/NickToons or Creator/CartoonNetwork, but nobody seems to know it exists! What a pity, as it definitely SugarWiki/NeedsMoreLove!
13th Jun '17 8:43:13 PM nombretomado
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* ''Anime/CorrectorYui'' is among the most unique shows for its [[MagicalGirl genre]]. [[XMeetsY Combining]] the ideas of ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' and ''Franchise/TheMatrix'' is only the beginning of what made this show truly stand out among its closest competition at [[TheNineties the]] [[TurnOfTheMillennium time]], ''Manga/CardCaptorSakura'' and the aforementioned ''Anime/SailorMoon''. Sadly, this show [[NoExportForYou never made it into the United States]], has no {{Fansub}}s, and is continuously becoming more obscure as the years go by. Worse still, only 18 of the 52 episodes have ever been subbed into English. If there is one show that desperately SugarWiki/NeedsMoreLove and deserves every ounce/gram of it before it's completely forgotten (and thus, not having it completely subbed into English at the least), then this is certainly [[{{Pun}} The One]].

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* ''Anime/CorrectorYui'' is among the most unique shows for its [[MagicalGirl genre]]. [[XMeetsY [[JustForFun/XMeetsY Combining]] the ideas of ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' and ''Franchise/TheMatrix'' is only the beginning of what made this show truly stand out among its closest competition at [[TheNineties the]] [[TurnOfTheMillennium time]], ''Manga/CardCaptorSakura'' and the aforementioned ''Anime/SailorMoon''. Sadly, this show [[NoExportForYou never made it into the United States]], has no {{Fansub}}s, and is continuously becoming more obscure as the years go by. Worse still, only 18 of the 52 episodes have ever been subbed into English. If there is one show that desperately SugarWiki/NeedsMoreLove and deserves every ounce/gram of it before it's completely forgotten (and thus, not having it completely subbed into English at the least), then this is certainly [[{{Pun}} The One]].
19th May '17 10:30:42 PM GreeneMachine92
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* ''Anime/MissHokusai'' is beautiful episodic tale about the daughter of one of Japan's most famous painters. It combines elements of love, sickness, sensuality, lineage that is simple in scope but powerful in effect.

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* ''Anime/MissHokusai'' is a beautiful episodic tale about the daughter of one of Japan's most famous painters. It combines elements of love, sickness, sensuality, lineage that is simple in scope but powerful in effect.
19th May '17 10:29:50 PM GreeneMachine92
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* ''Anime/MissHokusai'' is beautiful episodic tale about the daughter of one of Japan's most famous painters. It combines elements of love, sickness, sensuality, lineage that is simple in scope but powerful in effect.
16th May '17 3:28:19 PM nombretomado
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* Please give some love for this 2006 parody anime, ''Himesama Goyoujin''. It only had 12 episodes. It never got any regonization all these years since it's been fansubbed. It also never had its TVTropes page yet. The story was interesting, the animation is great and it's directed by the same person as Manga/TheWorldGodOnlyKnows. So give it a try.

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* Please give some love for this 2006 parody anime, ''Himesama Goyoujin''. It only had 12 episodes. It never got any regonization all these years since it's been fansubbed. It also never had its TVTropes Wiki/TVTropes page yet. The story was interesting, the animation is great and it's directed by the same person as Manga/TheWorldGodOnlyKnows. So give it a try.



* ''Manga/MotherKeeper'', a manga that I had to make the TVTropes page for. It starts out acting like a dystopia, introducing your teenage main character who wants to destroy the city of Eden. Why? Because his dad is in charge of the rebellion and is the one who actually cares about taking down Eden. The main character grows from being a doormat to questioning everything he was ever taught, causing him to be confused about what really is right and wrong when you can see both perspectives. The art from the end of volume 5 on wards is fantastic and the strongest man in it is disabled. The story and characters are interesting and the subtlety of some things about both make it really enjoyable.

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* ''Manga/MotherKeeper'', a manga that I had to make the TVTropes Wiki/TVTropes page for. It starts out acting like a dystopia, introducing your teenage main character who wants to destroy the city of Eden. Why? Because his dad is in charge of the rebellion and is the one who actually cares about taking down Eden. The main character grows from being a doormat to questioning everything he was ever taught, causing him to be confused about what really is right and wrong when you can see both perspectives. The art from the end of volume 5 on wards is fantastic and the strongest man in it is disabled. The story and characters are interesting and the subtlety of some things about both make it really enjoyable.
14th May '17 5:33:56 PM IceMaster
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* ''LightNovel/TheLegendOfTheLegendaryHeroes'' were betrayed by its redundant name and NonIndicativeFirstEpisode. Initiative problems with subs didn't help either. Despite of great popularity of original {{Light novel}}s anime is almost unknown.

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* ''LightNovel/TheLegendOfTheLegendaryHeroes'' were was betrayed by its redundant name and NonIndicativeFirstEpisode. Initiative Initial problems with subs the sub didn't help either. Despite of great the popularity of the original {{Light novel}}s novel}}s, the anime is almost practically unknown.
24th Mar '17 2:09:15 AM WillBGood
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* Got to make a shout out to ''Manga/LetterBee'', a charming, gorgeously textured manga about a weepy letter courier and his many adventures. It has a deceptively cutesy, storybook style that may throw older viewers off; but it's well juxtaposed against a world two hairs shy of {{crapsack|World}} territory. In addition to a highly original, intensely complicated plot that evolves with the characters. It's a modest, yet immense series; chalked full of [[WorldOfWoobie Woobies]], {{Tearjerker}}s, [[CosmicHorrorStory epic, Lovecraftian storylines]], and just the right helping of {{Fanservice}}. And it's also just really, really pretty. Needless to say, it is woefully underrated.

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* Got to make a shout out to ''Manga/LetterBee'', a charming, gorgeously textured manga about a weepy letter courier and his many adventures. It has a deceptively cutesy, storybook style that may throw older viewers off; but it's well juxtaposed against a world two hairs shy of {{crapsack|World}} territory. In addition to a highly original, intensely complicated plot that evolves with the characters. It's a modest, yet immense series; chalked chock full of [[WorldOfWoobie Woobies]], {{Woobie}}s, {{Tearjerker}}s, [[CosmicHorrorStory epic, Lovecraftian storylines]], and just the right helping of {{Fanservice}}. And it's also just really, really pretty. Needless to say, it is woefully underrated.
17th Jan '17 4:14:28 PM Vir
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* The ''Anime/MonsterRancher'' anime had pretty much everything you could ask for in an anime--a deep storyline, plenty of MomentsOfAwesome, knowing the stakes were serious, compelling characters, and a pretty good English dub. But it got sidelined by Pokemon and Digimon. Their [[VideoGame/MonsterRancher video game series]] are also pretty much underrated for the same reasons as mentioned earlier.

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* The ''Anime/MonsterRancher'' anime had pretty much everything you could ask for in an anime--a deep storyline, plenty of MomentsOfAwesome, [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome Moments of Awesome]], knowing the stakes were serious, compelling characters, and a pretty good English dub. But it got sidelined by Pokemon ''Pokémon'' and Digimon.''Digimon''. Their [[VideoGame/MonsterRancher video game series]] are also pretty much underrated for the same reasons as mentioned earlier.
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