Saturday, 28 November 2009

The Most Influential Anime of Your Childhood

The peeps of Japan were asked which anime & manga had the greatest influence
over their lives. Which fictional title help shape their lives & plant inspirations.
Here are the results.

The era of "Make love & not war" 70's
39% listed Gundam as the most influential
Space Battleship Yamato (34.4%)
Galaxy Express 999 (32.8%)
Lupin III (32%)

Candy Candy (44.6%),
Alps no Shoujo Heidi (35.2%)
Manga Nippon Mukashibanashi (31.8%).
Manga Nippon Mukashibanashi was the overall top with 27.3%,

From the era of "B grade horror movies" 80's
For men
Fist of the North Star was top with 34.4%
followed by Touch (30%)
Dragon Ball (28.8%).

For women
the most influential was Touch (34%)
Dr. Slump (24.8%)
Nausicaa (24.2%)
Touch came overall top with 32%, a hit with both genders it would seems.

As for yours truly, the most influential Anime of my childhood would be Dragon Ball.
Yeah, yeah "I" hear some of you laughing but its because of Gokou & geng, "I" the writer
was devoured into the world of designing. "I" am still a big fan of Dragon Ball even though
it has officially ended in 1996.

PLUS! Fist of Dragon Trailer
This is written by my X-lecturer, after quit some time, she is now a SuperStar!
Believe it!
Hope her scripts blow up even more & will eventually reach those "out
of ideas" guys in Hollywood. Good Luck Ms. JU!

This film is from the Producer of "Ip Man 2" (there is an IP man 2?) & "14 Blades".
This movie is a kinda "modern" telling of IP Man. A tale of a small town struggling
with its own gang problems. Starring Henry Thia, Fiona Xie, Michael
the director! Chuah,
& Wang Xiao Chen.

FIGURES - coming to a store near you!

quote of the day!
What are you waiting for? You're faster than this. Don't think you are, know you are.
Come on. Stop trying to hit me and hit me.

-Matrix- Morpheus

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