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Best Rated (bayesian estimate)
Worst Rated (bayesian estimate)
Best Rated (weighted average)
Most Diverging Opinions
|Top 10 Best Rated (bayesian estimate) (Top 50)|
|1||Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (TV)||9.07||6071|
|3||Clannad After Story (TV)||9.02||5370|
|4||your name. (movie)||8.97||1292|
|5||Rurouni Kenshin: Trust & Betrayal (OAV)||8.96||6701|
|6||Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 (TV)||8.92||7982|
|7||Spirited Away (movie)||8.92||10680|
|8||Cowboy Bebop (TV)||8.89||12416|
|9||Princess Mononoke (movie)||8.86||9953|
|10||Mushishi: The Next Chapter (TV)||8.85||564|
|This rating only includes titles that have at least 13 votes. The bayesian estimate is a statistical technique used to reduce the noise due to low sample counts. In effect, the less a title has votes, the more it is pulled towards the mean (7.4846). In other words, these are the titles that many people agree are great. (formula)|
|Top 10 Worst Rated (bayesian estimate) (Top 50)|
|6974||Hametsu No Mars (OAV)||1.94||216|
|6972||SD Gundam Force (TV)||2.89||505|
|6971||Psychic Wars (OAV)||2.99||134|
|6969||Utsu-musume Sayuri (movie)||3.40||28|
|6968||MD Geist II - Death Force (OAV)||3.42||295|
|6967||Duel Masters (TV)||3.46||629|
|6966||Tekken: The Motion Picture (OAV)||3.48||725|
|This rating only includes titles that have at least 13 votes. The bayesian estimate is a statistical technique used to reduce the noise due to low sample counts. In effect, the less a title has votes, the more it is pulled towards the mean (7.4846). In other words, these are the titles that many people agree are awful. (formula)|
|Top 10 Best Rated (weighted average) (Top 50)|
|34||Attack on Titan Final Season THE FINAL CHAPTERS (TV)||9.19||9|
|35||Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (TV)||9.08||6071|
|37||Clannad After Story (TV)||9.03||5370|
|61||your name. (movie)||8.99||1292|
|62||Rurouni Kenshin: Trust & Betrayal (OAV)||8.96||6701|
|63||Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 (TV)||8.92||7982|
|64||Spirited Away (movie)||8.92||10680|
|66||Cowboy Bebop (TV)||8.89||12416|
|The rating is an average of the scores given by voters, weighted to give less importance to users with unnatural voting patterns. Titles with less than 4 votes are removed from the list but are still counted in the ranking. This explains why there may be gaps in the "#" column.|
|Top 10 Most Popular (Top 50)|
|1||Fullmetal Alchemist (TV)||8.72||13513|
|2||Death Note (TV)||8.86||13083|
|3||Cowboy Bebop (TV)||8.93||12416|
|4||Spirited Away (movie)||8.96||10680|
|5||Princess Mononoke (movie)||8.92||9953|
|6||(The) Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya (TV)||8.56||10218|
|7||Elfen Lied (TV)||8.29||10521|
|8||Neon Genesis Evangelion (TV)||8.32||10351|
|9||Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion (TV)||8.85||9299|
|The most popular titles are determined with a simple summation of all votes. Titles with many votes will tend to be at the top, but this is modified a little by the ratings. In other words, the popularity is the straight average score of a title (the value in the rating column) multiplied by the number of votes.|
|Top 10 Most Viewed (Top 50)|
|1||Fullmetal Alchemist (TV)||8.64||23794|
|2||Death Note (TV)||8.77||22537|
|3||Cowboy Bebop (TV)||8.89||21329|
|6||Neon Genesis Evangelion (TV)||8.21||18134|
|7||Elfen Lied (TV)||8.15||17147|
|8||(The) Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya (TV)||8.48||15786|
|9||Spirited Away (movie)||8.92||15624|
|10||Princess Mononoke (movie)||8.86||15599|
|The "seen by" column indicates the number of people who have added the title in MyAnime, either in "seen some", "seen all", or "will not finish" categories. The rating displayed here is the same weighted average as the Top 10 Best Rated by weighted average, but is only displayed for reference and doesn't have anything to do with the order of the titles.|
|Top 10 Most Underrated (Top 50)|
|+7110||Revue Starlight The Movie||8.06||21|
|+7058||Aria the Benedizione (movie)||7.94||20|
|+6919||Teasing Master Takagi-san the Movie||7.98||23|
|+6917||Pui Pui Molcar (TV)||7.93||22|
|+6913||Space Battleship Yamato 2199 Chapter 7: Soshite Kan wa Iku (movie)||7.98||23|
|+6659||Mobile Suit Gundam: The Witch from Mercury - Prologue (special)||7.70||20|
|+6561||Tatami Time Machine Blues (ONA)||7.74||23|
|+6534||Detective Conan - Episode One: The Great Detective Turned Small (special)||7.64||20|
|+6427||Knights of Sidonia: Love Woven in the Stars (movie)||7.68||23|
|This is a list of the titles that deserve to be seen more. Based on the premise that titles deserve to be seen in equal proportion to how well rated they are, the value in the "#" column is the number of positions by which this title would climb in the Most Viewed list if it was seen as much as it was liked (according to bayesian rating).|
|Top 10 Most Overrated (Top 50)|
|-6685||Dragon Ball GT (TV)||5.38||8638|
|-6594||Yu-Gi-Oh! (TV 1/1998)||5.32||4771|
|-6476||Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo (TV)||4.72||2618|
|-6415||Final Fantasy: Unlimited (TV)||5.02||2499|
|-6313||Pilot Candidate (TV)||5.36||2549|
|-6306||Dragon Ball Z: Bio-Broly (movie 11)||5.41||2619|
|This is a list of the titles that didn't deserve to be seen as much as they have been. Based on the premise that titles deserve to be seen in equal proportion to how well rated they are, the value in the "#" column is the number of positions by which this title would drop in the Most Viewed list if it was seen as much as it was liked (according to bayesian rating).|
|Top 10 Most Diverging Opinions (Top 50)|
|2||Space Battleship Yamato 2199 Chapter 7: Soshite Kan wa Iku (movie)||7.98±4.074||14|
|3||Chargeman Ken! (TV)||5.55±3.587||23|
|4||Bondage Game (OAV)||5.45±3.443||84|
|5||Manga Sekai Mukashi Banashi (TV)||7.45±3.371||18|
|6||Apocalypse Zero (OAV)||4.25±3.356||192|
|8||Saint Seiya: The Lost Canvas (OAV 2)||7.34±3.292||152|
|9||Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo (TV)||4.72±3.226||893|
|10||Garzey's Wing (OAV)||4.04±3.193||141|
|Only includes titles with at least 13 votes. The rating column contains the baysesian rating ± the standard deviation, with the order of the titles being determined by the standard deviation.|
What is the No 1 anime in Japan? ›
According to the biggest ranking website in Japan Goo Ranking, the best anime series in Japan of all time is currently Attack on Titan.Which anime broke the Internet? ›
1) Goku becomes the first Super Saiyan in millennia (Dragon Ball Z) Fans were incredibly hyped when Goku successfully transformed into a Super Saiyan for the first time in the Dragon Ball Z anime.What are the top 3 biggest anime? ›
The Big Three was a term used to describe the three most popular running series during their golden age in Jump - One Piece, Naruto and Bleach. All three series got their common title due to their worldwide popularity and length.What is the longest anime? ›
The longest-running anime TV series is Fuji TV's Sazae-san (Japan), which was first broadcast on 5 October 1969 and has run for 53 years 58 days, as of 2 December 2022. Produced by the studio Eiken, the animation features Sazae and her family focusing on day-to-day life in the suburbs.Who is the strongest character in anime? ›
Goku is considered to be the strongest anime character of all time. He is the main protagonist of the Dragon Ball franchise, a highly successful and popular Japanese manga series created by Akira Toriyama.Where is anime most famous? ›
This means that the United States has a greater number of total people who watch anime shows than Japan, but Japan has a higher percentage of its population that watches anime overall. There are a number of ways that the total number of anime fans can be calculated.Who is the most loved anime character? ›
- No. 1 Goku (Dragon Ball Z)
- No. 2 Naruto Uzumaki (Naruto)
- No. 3 Itachi Uchiha (Naruto)
- No. 4 Kakashi Hatake (Naruto)
- No. 5 Saitama (One Punch Man)
- No. 6 Isaac Netero (Hunter X Hunter)
- No. 7 Ichigo Kurosaki (Bleach)
- No. 8 Ken Kaneki (Tokyo Ghoul)
- P.A.Works. Another (2012) ...
- OLM. Berserk (1997) ...
- A-1 Pictures. Black Butler (2008–2009) ...
- Madhouse. Boogiepop Phantom (2000) ...
- Netflix. Castlevania (2017–2021) ...
- Asread. Corpse Party: Tortured Souls (2013) ...
- Manglobe. Deadman Wonderland (2011) ...
- Madhouse. Death Note (2006–2007)
- 8 My Hero Academia.
- 7 Death Note.
- 6 Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood.
- 5 Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba.
- 4 One Piece.
- 3 Naruto & Naruto: Shippuden.
- 2 Pokémon.
- 1 Dragon Ball & Dragon Ball Z.
Dragon Ball, One Piece, Naruto, and Bleach are known as the “Big Four.” In some fans' eyes, Dragon Ball is seen as the grandfather of Shonen while One Piece, Naruto, and Bleach are known as the “Big Three”. You can find inspiration from each of the “Big Four” in almost all Shonen anime.
What is the 2 longest anime? ›
How many anime are there in total 2022? To summarize, there are somewhere between 6106 and 21038 anime.Who will win Goku or Saitama? ›
Goku is an extraterrestrial being who has to lose a fight in order to get stronger. Saitama is a man that can defeat any foe with a single punch. If the two of them were to face off in a one-on-one battle, Saitama would easily win.What anime did a 1 make? ›
Nanatsu no taizai (2014–2021)Which anime is better than Naruto? ›
My Hero Academia is the current "it" anime and for good reason. The story is unique, and the characters are well-developed and compelling. Character development is something this series excels in, and it's probably something it does better than any other anime.Who is a first anime? ›
The history of anime can be traced back to the start of the 20th century, with the earliest verifiable films dating from 1917. The first generation of animators in the late 1910s included Ōten Shimokawa, Jun'ichi Kōuchi and Seitaro Kitayama, commonly referred to as the "fathers" of anime.What was the first real anime? ›
The first full-length anime film was Momotaro: Umi no Shinpei (Momotaro, Sacred Sailors), released in 1945. A propaganda film commissioned by the Japanese navy featuring anthropomorphic animals, its underlying message of hope for peace would move a young manga artist named Osamu Tezuka to tears.What was the first hit anime? ›
Three Tales (1960) was the first anime film broadcast on television; the first anime television series was Instant History (1961–64). An early and influential success was Astro Boy (1963–66), a television series directed by Tezuka based on his manga of the same name.Who beat Naruto whole anime? ›
6 CAPABLE: Kawaki
As seen in the prologue for Boruto, Kawaki claims to have either killed Naruto or severely incapacitated him in some way. As such, he's more than capable of killing Naruto at his full power.
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