The 80s and 90s in Anime

Anime is a time capsule of old content that is waiting for new viewers to watch it one day. Anything source of entertainment even anime is considered a piece that holds the history when it was made. Here is a list of anime that are old school from the 80s to the 90s and deserve the same respect as new anime. Plus, without the past, there would no inspiration for the future or present of newer anime being produced. The list is as follows Great Teacher Onizuka (1999), Fushigi Yuugi (1995), Trigun (1998), Yu Yu Hakusho (1992), Urusei Yatsura: Beautiful Dreamer (1984), and Slam Dunk (1993). Great Teacher Onizuka has a teacher who is very dedicated to his students. He has to impress a class of troubled high school students and teachers who doubt him in teaching. Fushigi Yuugi is a series of otherworldly proportions where Miaka is transported to a country of Kutou via a book. The interesting aspect of the series is the universe taking place in the book ofThe Four Gods Earth and Sky. Trigun follows a poster of an infamous outlaw going by the name of Vash the Stampede. Vash has various bounty hunters and other people hot on his tail for all the hope of catching him. Yu Yu Hakusho has ties to the supernatural world of Yuusuke as a spirit detective. He gets this chance from Koenma to be a spirit detective of continuing life a second time. Urusei Yatsura: Beautiful Dreamer explores a character of Ataru who accidentally proposes to Lum. Lum joins her other alien friends and forms an indirect take over of Ataru’s house. Slam Dunk competitively follows other popular sports anime and provides a story of a boy trying to impress a girl. Through the process of the show, Sakuragi Hanamichi actually has latent potential in basketball and has a passion for the sport. Click below for more details concerning the shows and where to stream them legally in America.

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