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100 Day Anime Challenge–Day 14

Anime that Never Gets Old, No Matter How Many Times You’ve Re-watched It

The anime that never gets old is Dragon Ball Z (DBZ). Any average anime fan probability has seen DBZ. It was one of the premier anime from my childhood, and I can’t seem to get over it. To be honest, I talking about the fights that occurred in the series. Despite the facts that the disparity between most characters (that weren’t saiyans) became massive, I still enjoy the fights.

Speaking of fights, they weren’t particularly high quality in terms of creativeness. The battles can be linear and as a result predictable. Although, most anime is predictable on some level. My tastes for the style of fights have become more sophisticated over time, but I still find DBZ to be enjoyable. I don’t remember how many times I’ve re-watched the series, but I think I’ll do it one more time.


  1. Yeah- it’s a classic. Basically the template for modern shonen battle stories(though the further on we go; the more and more we seem to be moving away from that template- the more we seem to be losing that “Muscular battle” idea). But another anime that never gets old: “pokemon.” I love it- even to this very day; I can’t stop remembering all the various “Blast offs” Team Rocket has had. I love “Dragon Ball” more than anything- but I also love “pokemon.”

    1. I find it easier to find old DBZ fights than Pokemon on YouTube, although I think Netflix has Pokemon. I like rewatching the Goku vs Vegeta, Goku vs Frieza, and always Cell vs Gohan.

      1. I think my favorite fight in the franchise is Goku vs Majin Vegeta. I don’t even think it was that long in the manga- I just like how far they came since their first fight. Seeing them put everything they’ve experienced on the table for a rematch from over a decade ago- knowing full well that their energy is going to a creature that will destroy everything that is. It even told us a little like Goku. Like; when he wants to fight- NO ONE is going to stop him. Not the Supreme Kai; not Beerus; I don’t even think Zeno. It just had a lot of themes that I like to see conveyed.

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