Dragon Ball or Gal Force. Hard to decide which.
Not the entire show, but just the ending to Yu-Gi-Oh! GX. So much wasted potential with the last duel.
Wolverine, X-Men and Rosario + Vampire
Ive more or less lost intrest in Anime all together, but any anime that goes 100+ episodes long always disappointed me such as Bleach or Naruto.
.Hack//Twilight and King of Bandits Jing both let me down. I went into them expecting one thing and ended up with a bad taste in my mouth...
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Dunno, too many to choose from. But when I have to pick a rather popular one, I'd say Rurouni Kenshin. The adaption was like a kid's version compared to the manga, almost had a completely different mood. Too many boring filler episodes and no proper end.
I liked the manga, though, except of the abysmal last arc. Which made me wonder if Watsuki's totally retarded for toying with the Shounen genre the way he did.
this is record of lodoss war. cant understand what people like aout this
Since I'm here, I might as well throw out another anime that I'm disappointed in: Highschool of the Dead. It had an interesting set-up that was sadly bogged down by a severe overdose of unnecessary fanservice. I was only able to stomach through the first episode before I stopped caring. From what I heard, the fanservice only gets "worse" in later episodes, so I guess I left at a good time?
Speaking of fanservice, there's Master of Martial Hearts. I don't remember too much about it, but that might have more to do with my efforts to block out that experience from my memory. I vaguely recall it being very bitter about a lot of things, particularly the last 2 episodes. It was a very short, yet bitter, anime series.
Finally, there's E's Otherwise. The plot is hideously slow even for a 26-episode series, the characters are incredibly generic and unmemorable, and the English dub sucks like you wouldn't believe.
i now legally posess a phd in zombies.
on february 23, 1987, two things happened: the first supernova visible with the human eye, and my birth. in other words, i was blessed by the universe itself. not many can say that
Total eclipse, just not the same as the original VNs.
Dragon Ball Z. When I heard about it... I was like "This is going to be bad ass!!!!!!!!!". 10 Episodes later I'm like "The fuq?" Episode 21 was as far as I got. The show kept getting worse, and worse, and worse. Each episode was a new lesson on how not to write a story or animate a combat sequence. Complete let down. Was thoroughly disappointed.
well all anime that doesnt follow the original manga are always disappointing... prime examples: Gantz, full metal alchemist (but at least they are giving it another try with brotherhood), blue excorcist just to name a few
Dragon ball Z. I never made it to any of the other ones. Kai is the original series? No idea. I just know I couldn't bear to watch any more of it.
Dragon Ball Z. I really loved it when I was a kid and I still do but the ending could have been WAY better. Goku just leaves everyone and goes off to train with Uub... and then GT happened. Terrible way to end the Dragon Ball series.
The Dragon Ball GT thing, bufff. Its like Saint Seiya Omega, CRAP.
True. Most of heroes was done like that. Just remember 80's anime was always like this. Then some series did the difference...Perhaps, My standards for anime are not exactly high. If I can watch and enjoy a show like 11eyes or Girls un panzer, Pretty much anything except the extremely bad I can watch. Dragon Ball Z unfortunately for me fell far into that category. The first thing I noticed is that all the character are duplicates of 3 basic models. Goku, Vegeta, Trunks and Gohan... Take the hair and eye brows off and they are identical. Very lazy in my opinion. Granted This is not the only show to do this. It's just an example. That's just the first thing that got on my nerves. As you said however, It's a matter of preference. This probably does not matter to most of the anime fandom.
Also, how many animes are saved by their music? A lot IMO.
I am also reconsidering most disappointing anime. Eureka Seven AO is becoming a huge let down. I absolutely loved Eureka Seven and I am fast losing interest in Eureka Seven AO, faster then I did with Dragon Ball Z. 4 Episodes in and I pretty much lost interest in it already.
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What about SS Omega??? Crap to the hardest level... :S
The worst part is that original SS chars appears in the saga only for pure fanservice. Seriously, some animes must be limited. Saint Seiya should have finished in Ep. 73 (or 114).
Ahhh, and now im watching this:
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Why not remake the Saint Seiya ORIGINAL TV Series (and not like Kai please, thats not a "remake") with this quality of Animation. Not too much but for a 80's TV show will be AWESOME!!