Have you ever just happen to come across an anime that you normally would not have watched and found you could not stop watching. I have had a few but yesterday I came across a slice of life comedy that I am still laughing over. One of the funniest I have seen. Watch NO-RIN. The back and forth humor was fantastic!
Please post any hidden gems that people may over look. Does not matter what genre, there are hidden treasures everywhere!!!
No.6 is a good anime that i never hear people talk about, but i have no anime friends so thats to be expected but still its a good series.
Kekkai Sensen and Eureka 7.
I recommend Yondemasuyo, Azazel-san.
Ballroom e Youkoso. It's about a dweeb who takes up ballroom dancing and becomes awesome. It deviates from the recent influx of moe-blob visuals for the shoujo design, which is actually quite refreshing.
It's about a card game you've probably never heard, and it's categorized in the sports genre, but I viewed it as a romance series... and one of the best I've seen! And I never hear anyone talk about it...
There's Chihaya for the guys...
And Taichi for the gals...
Thanks for the recommendations! Keep them coming!
Today I clicked a "best of" video of anime openings, but it was unique in that it was best of every year until 2015.
That's how I came across Ginga Senpuu Braiger. I had never heard of it before today, but it has a nice OP song to it. Not something I would have expected of its time.
It's about a group of criminals who have formed an elite unit, in control of a powerful robot - Braiger (Bryger). They've decided to offer their help to anyone who needs it... for a price.
This is from before Mobile Suit Gundam aired, which had popularized the mecha genre. I've only watched the first episode, but it's clear that it suffers from the lack of history behind it, yet it also has a certain charm where they've gone a different direction than you'd typically see from the genre.
It's really in love with its main theme, however, which although it's good it might just kill my enjoyment if it's playing in almost every scene.