Hey g/a/ping anuses! Please tell me best 2003 anime!

Hudson Harris
Hudson Harris

Hey g/a/ping anuses! Please tell me best 2003 anime!

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_DV9b0x7v4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vonHDBVzu6I
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XphjF-fHZkM
Adrian Mitchell
Adrian Mitchell

Erased is my fav 2003

Jeremiah Watson
Jeremiah Watson

Boku no Pico

Christopher Miller
Christopher Miller

cyck

Camden Brooks
Camden Brooks

Texhnolyze, hands down.

Caleb Evans
Caleb Evans

According to this it was either Planetes or FMA 2003

Robert Perry
Robert Perry

I just realized that this season's Haifuri is basically a remake of Stratos 4, except Air Force instead of Navy.
Evil boss wasn't hamsters, but something like that.

Cameron Sullivan
Cameron Sullivan

Bible Black

Austin Gonzalez
Austin Gonzalez

Maburaho was OK harem; basically another To Love Ru prototype.

Caleb Diaz
Caleb Diaz

You missed Cromartie.

Jose Cooper
Jose Cooper

Narue was a nice Mary Sue.

Jordan Adams
Jordan Adams

Kino no Tabi, officially and objectively.

Julian Baker
Julian Baker

Wow, a lot of good ones in that year

Samuel Moore
Samuel Moore

FMA
/v/

Ayden Miller
Ayden Miller

Stellvia was a favorite in the early days of Sup Forums.
Season 2 never.
Crying little Shipons.

Aiden Long
Aiden Long

Sup Forums loved Kino
original DFC

Colton Ross
Colton Ross

Popotan was more famous for the meme, but the show was OK too. Bittersweet time travel story, with mild ecchi.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_DV9b0x7v4

Austin Anderson
Austin Anderson

Someday's Dreamers had beautiful artwork, but the show wasn't very memorable.

Matthew Martin
Matthew Martin

Man this was a cl/a/ssic for a long time. We even have like two Sup Forums headers for it. Sucks that everyone forgot about it

Evan Cooper
Evan Cooper

Wolf's Rain
Gash Bell
Last Exile
Kino
Texhnolyze
Shadow Star Narutaru
FMP
Cromartie
Gilgamesh
Planetes
FMA
Gungrave
Gunslinger Girl
What a fucking year

Zachary Ramirez
Zachary Ramirez

So since this was when Sup Forums was founded which of these did Sup Forums watch as it was airing or was that not really a thing yet?

Chase Robinson
Chase Robinson

/wsr/

Mason Robinson
Mason Robinson

Ai Yori Aoshi Enishi was mostly about the brown loli.

Zachary Reyes
Zachary Reyes

Look at those classic harems and ecchi shows. No LN battle shit here

Brody Johnson
Brody Johnson

I still have them.
Nobody remembers the Hawaiian Punch censor gag.

Grayson Gutierrez
Grayson Gutierrez

Where the fuck are the mods?

Lincoln Nelson
Lincoln Nelson

The other one was crying little Shipons.

Dominic Howard
Dominic Howard

Gilgamesh

Now there's a real heap of shit i just about nearly forgot about stuffed away in the dusty archives of my mind.

Just terrible

Cameron Hughes
Cameron Hughes

Texhnolyze

Grayson White
Grayson White

I thought it was okay, ignoring the horrendous animation.

Jonathan Perez
Jonathan Perez

Sup Forums died several times in 2003. BT didn't really take off until 2004. I watched most of this stuff on DVD / Netfilx. It was the golden age of ADV / Pioneer / RightStuf, etc.

Colton Rivera
Colton Rivera

those dead empty stares everyone had man...

fucking beats Initial D's even.

Camden Flores
Camden Flores

Tenshi no Shippo was pretty bad, but Konata referred to it once in Lucky Star.

Kayden Taylor
Kayden Taylor

Sup Forums wasn't a thing in 2003, /b/ was anime/random
And being 2003, most currently airing shows weren't subbed.

Sebastian Miller
Sebastian Miller

Sub groups back then took months to sub episodes and not every show would be subbed and some would get dropped to never be continued again.

Horriblesubs sucks but the one positive they have is that doesn't happen

Easton Long
Easton Long

I couldn't tell you the stories but it had a good atmosphere
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vonHDBVzu6I

Nathaniel Roberts
Nathaniel Roberts

Fansubbing predates BT though. Usenet, Directconnect, and IRC were all good filesharing choices for the time.

Brayden Johnson
Brayden Johnson

GSG's brown girl was also popular.

Gavin Sanchez
Gavin Sanchez

True, but I was on a 33.6k modem then, so not an option.
In 2004, it took me 6 hrs to DL 180MB eps of 2x2=Shinobuden. Then I upgraded to 56k modem = 3 hrs

William Howard
William Howard

blue hair girl was under alien mind control

Mason Robinson
Mason Robinson

That was a remnant of SA, early Sup Forums was a mix of SA and ancient japanese memes

Ninja Scroll TV

I wonder if anyone on Sup Forums has even seen that. 2003 was a great year, but that was literally the worst thing I've ever seen

Matthew Wilson
Matthew Wilson

2003 shows really show their age of that early 00s digital time. Some have their own style but the more generic ones all just kind of look samey

Lucas Stewart
Lucas Stewart

Yeah, it's really depressing.
Sup Forums was built on the 2004-2006 seasons, and a lot of it is really unwatchable now.

Jaxon Morgan
Jaxon Morgan

Shipon is hongry.

Dylan Moore
Dylan Moore

About that, is there some shows that show a precise benchmark of sorts where the hard featured art of the 90's softened into the more moe huge eyed form of the early 2000's?

sorry if this is a weird question but i don't know how to phrase it better.

Asher Kelly
Asher Kelly

Can't agree with that, if you go and compare what's on the chart you can easily tell that the shows are different.

Elijah Edwards
Elijah Edwards

Flapjacks?

Colton Clark
Colton Clark

I blame Ruri from Nadesico. She's the first with the modern eyes.
Everyone else had 90's eyes, but she was different and popular. By the time we got to Love Hina and Mahoromatic, everyone was the same as now.

Adam Carter
Adam Carter

I didn't say all of them them. I said that there are some that had their own style. But for the romcom or harem or otherwise low budget shows they had that same "early 00s" flat look from anime entering the digital age and not getting it right exactly

James Miller
James Miller

We need to time travel to stop Sup Forums before it starts!

David Powell
David Powell

I was actually gonna say it was probably Love Hina's anime

Isaiah Green
Isaiah Green

Huge eyes were already around. Look at , even what that user calls "90s eyes" are massive, they're just more circular.

Elijah Nguyen
Elijah Nguyen

Never seen this but the blue haired twintail could fit right in with some run of the mill early 2000's school ecchi harem with magic powers. The rest of them look strait 90's though.

Blake Reed
Blake Reed

I haven't seen Nadesica
Holy shit nigga, fix that shit right now

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XphjF-fHZkM

Daniel Watson
Daniel Watson

Yeah, i think i can make time for that.

Only because of those sick trumpets in the OP though.

Chase Long
Chase Long

It's amazing how much better things got around 2009-2011 with advances in CGI. Look at 1st season Hidamari Sketch vs later seasons. K-ON was kind of a big leap upward. By the time we got to Working, it stayed pretty consistent for all 3 seasons.

Daniel Robinson
Daniel Robinson

hard featured art of the 90s
?

Zachary Hernandez
Zachary Hernandez

Cherry > Bloodberry >>> Lime

Jeremiah James
Jeremiah James

I remember watching onegai sensei and bleach in rmvb format. Basically had videos the size of my phone screen that I watched on PC. Files were like 40mb.

Levi Morales
Levi Morales

Indeed, nowadays I can barely motivate myself to watch a couple shows a season. What the fuck happened?

Carson Bell
Carson Bell

onegai sensei
Onegai TEACHER. Not sensei. Never sensei.

Asher Nelson
Asher Nelson

I wonder if anyone on Sup Forums has even seen that. 2003 was a great year, but that was literally the worst thing I've ever seen

I watches it while being newshit. All I remember that sex scene with tree waifu and cool fight scenes.

Zachary Reed
Zachary Reed

All those shows came out in different seasons user.

Jackson Davis
Jackson Davis

Like it matters anymore.

Where did you lads get your weeb fix? There used to be this forum called CyberTokyo where the owner had a massive anime DDL server. I remember trying to download all sorts of shit shows the guy stockpiled. He had hundreds of shows.

Then he suddenly closed everything down one day due to irc drama.

Good times. That forum had a warez section.

Bentley Roberts
Bentley Roberts

I can still count at least 3 shows per season in 2003 that I've watched, and much of my backlog is from the last decade. Maybe I'm just jaded.

Jack Jackson
Jack Jackson

Where did you lads get your weeb fix?
Animesuki.

Landon Ward
Landon Ward

Once the novelty wears off and you are exposed to mediocrity, you stopped liking anime for what it is.
I like anime and enjoy mediocre fun shows. I'm watching 20 shows this season and watched 30 the previous one.

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