10Bleach (2004-2013)

Created by TiteKubo, Bleach follows high school student Ichigo Kurosaki, who takes power from a soul reaper, so he can save his family.
He quickly learns that it is now his job to protect humans and similar souls from emptiness, but when the same soul reaper who gave him powers is to perform it, a story unfolds that follows the series until its end in 2013. series of anime managed to produce between 2004 and 2013, practically a year of episodes: 366, one per day.

9Neon Genesis Evangelion (1995-1996)

The story takes place in 2015, when the Angels start attacking the Earth and is assigned to the EVA (Evangelion Units) 14-year-old pilots to stop them. The protagonist Shinji Ikari is forced to pilot a giant organic wick, the only resource that can stop Angels, in a post-apocalyptic scenario. There were 26 episodes of lots of action emotion.

8Naruto (2002 – nowadays)

The Masashi Kishimoto series follows the fearless young ninja, Naruto Uzamaki through his training to become a Hokage, the ultimate leader of his village. The show features a brilliant and elaborate storyline that follows the same adventures as Naruto in Manga. Often filled with drama, what makes Naruto particularly pleasing to many of his viewers is the humor and action that accompanies the series. The anime was divided into two parts. The first account with 220 episodes and goes until season 9. The second, titled Naruto Shippuden, has 381 episodes so far, already in the 16th season.

7Fullmetal Alchemist (2003-2004)

This anime was released in 2003, and through the mix of comedy and drama, the recipe for an impressive science fiction series was created. Following the Elric brothers who after the death of the mother, and father to have abandoned them, they decided to carry out a forbidden human transmutation and bring the mother back.
What does not work, and then end up losing their bodies, and so Edward Elric must join the army, to have access to certain privileges of alchemy (one of the most advanced scientific techniques known to man) and bring his brother back to its original state. The series had 51 episodes. In 2009 was released a different version of Fullmetal Alchemist of 2003, titled “Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood”.

6Code Geass: The Lelouch Rebellion (2006-2007)

Code Geass is a story that follows an alternate situation, by which the world is divided into 3 super powers, Britannia, Chinese Federation, and European Union. The main plot follows the student Lelouch Lamperouge, a young prince who in his childhood suffered a terrorist attack on his house. In the beginning of his life, he gains a power called Geass that allows him to give orders to any human being, being impossible not to obey them.

5Saint Seiya (1986-1989)

Saint Seiya is a Japanese manga series written by Masami Kurumada between 1986 and 1991. The anime adaptation only occurred between 1896 and 1989 with 114 episodes.
In history, 5 knights, of mystical armor based on the constellations that protect them, defend the reincarnation of the Greek goddess Athena. For this, they face epic battles until they face the gods of Olympus.

4Pokemon (1997- currently)

Pokemon follows the adventures of Ash Ketchum and his friends, trying to become the best Pokemon trainers. With the help of his # 1 Pokemon, Pikachu, Ash part wrestles with coaches, gaining badges and defeating evil. The anime series already has 750 episodes and is in the 17th season. In addition, it has 17 films already released in Japan.

3One Piece (1999 – currently)

One Piece has an interesting atmosphere of adventure and friendship. It’s about a pirate named Luffy who wants to become a pirate king, who represents the greatest of all pirates.
In one part there are the so-called fruits of evil that give great powers. Luffy possesses the power of rubber, meaning he can stretch all parts of his body. And during his adventures, he recruits other pirates, gets a decent ship, being a very interesting detail, the striking fights.
After making success in manga, the anime of One Piece was released in 1999, and is currently in production. There are already 670 episodes of the series.

2Death Note (2006-2007)

A história segue insanamente o inteligente Light Yagmi, depois que ele descobre uma nota misteriosa que caiu do céu, chamada Death Note. Ele descobre que escrevendo um nome neste nota e colocando um rosto para o nome, fará essa pessoa morrer. Após tentar usar o livro para o bem, ele se torna envolvido em um caso que busca acabar com a série de assassinatos que ele causou.
Isto resulta em uma história de gato e rato, um conto de “pegue-me se puder”. Death Note vai acima e além da chama de anime usual. E não depende da ação rápida, ficção-cientifica, ou de futuro e aliens.
Ao invés, é um célebre conto de crimes que poderia ser aplicado a qualquer tipo de animação ou ação, e enquanto possa usar elementos de fantasia e espirituais, em sua essência é um mistério de assassinato que segue o ponto de vista de um assassino e do investigador.

1Dragon Ball Z (1989-1996)

This anime follows the adult life of Goku, the defender of planet Earth who realizes that it is from another planet. Goku, his friends and allies must now defend the Earth from new alien enemies, resulting in huge epic battles. The best of anime.
The Dragon Ball Z series contains some of the most charismatic characters, great combat sequences, and strong plots in the 4 sagas of the story. During the series, Goku develops his powers, perfects and transforms into Super-Saiyajins, and later manages to merge his powers with other characters. A brilliant plot in its 291 episodes that you will miss.

 

 

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