Câu hỏi thường thấy nhất khi nói về mấy kiểu nhìn lại 1 thập kỷ như thế này là "Bộ anime nào hay nhất thập kỷ qua?". Nếu bảo tớ tự làm 1 bảng xếp hạng thì sẽ vô cùng tốn công mà chất lượng lại không đảm bảo. Chi bằng ta tham khảo nhiều bảng xếp hạng từ nhiều nguồn, thế nó khách quan hơn. Số liệu lấy không đâu xa từ chính các bloggers. Cộng đồng anime blog là 1 trong những cộng đồng tớ thích nhất trên giới net. Nhiều người thích lượn forum hay web gì đó còn tớ chỉ thích lượn blog
Thời gian qua đọc được khá nhiều bảng xếp hạng hay từ các blogger. Tớ sẽ re post vắn tắt lại 3 bảng xếp hạng tớ thấy thú vị nhất, thích hợp cho nhiều đối tượng fans khác nhau, còn mấy cái còn lại tớ chỉ đưa link các cậu tự tìm đến đọc. Chú ý chỉ là repost, chứ không dịch, dịch toàn bộ cái đống dưới chắc lên cơn dại mất. Và cũng chỉ repost vắn tắt cho nó đỡ quá dài, ai chăm đọc thì nên vào trực tiếp link blog đó để đọc. Cái này chỉ đưa cái bảng xếp hạng là chính. Dưới là bảng xếp hạng anime hay nhất thập kỷ của 20 blog khác nhau:
1. Japanator: 1 trong những team blog nổi tiếng nhất cộng đồng blogosphere. Blog được viết bởi 10 người, dẫn đầu là Brad Rice. Cái list "Japanator's top 50 anime of the decade" của họ được bầu chọn bởi 10 người viết chính của blog. Điều tớ thích ở cái bảng xếp hạng này là mấy cái ảnh tốn nhiều công sức phết. Còn chất lượng của nó thì tớ thấy bình thường, các bộ anime được xếp hạng đa số là những bộ nổi bật với giới fans, hơi typical 1 tý. Những câu comment cũng không được hay lắm. Tớ nghĩ bảng xếp hạng này sẽ thích hợp cho những anime fan chung chung, dạng thích comedy, moe, hay những series dễ xem, nói chung là có tính "quần chúng".
Each joke requires very little setup and because of the huge level of sight gags, it performed this effortlessly
Ah! My Goddess has been one of the most successful romantic comedies coming out of Japan.
It's proven that you can sell a show about armor futures and buying and selling crops if you put a cute wolf girl with a funny accent in it.
One of the most entrancing baseball anime that I've ever watched.
The cast of characters are varied both in appearance and personality but also in the feel they give to the story
A romance of huge depth, Clannad proves to be a show that will make you weep uncontrollably.
Naruto has had a big impact, and continues to do so, on the anime and manga community because it draws in so many people
Death Note gave Shonen Jump fans something deeper, although it's still a shonen title in the end.
Mushishi deserves to be watched because of the beauty achieved in the animation. It will stay with you for a while to come.
If you've got any bit of testosterone in your body, this show kicks it into overdrive.
Breathtakingly beautiful and utterly heartbreaking are the words I'd use to describe this film.
The show is both self-aware and intricate, with the character's nonchalance towards their encounters with the bizarre and occult a device to tell more involved personal narratives.
This beautifully animated show by BONES is sure to please anyone looking for a dark and serious show.
What I see again and again when it comes to Gundam SEED is how impressed people were with the show's rich and lush colors, the strength of the voice cast, and the way that everything clicks
Giants robots, complex plotlines, and deadly attacks on Tokyo. That's right, it's RahXephon.
This has a solid story with some novel twists, which will surely stick in your mind for a while to come.
Ouran High School Host Club is responsible for bringing a number of girls into the fold of anime, yet was still able to present something that very friendly to males
It took the standard romantic comedy that we've all been used to, executed it very well, and did so in only 13 episodes
The show tackles humor in a more mature fashion, which means that it's not all panty shots and accidental gropings
The show is marred by outdated and somewhat choppy animation, but the story shines through well enough to ignore that.
We love and respect Ghost in the Shell 2 for pushing the boundaries of quality animation.
All those harem series that you've come to know and love? They wouldn't be anything without Love Hina.
Have you ever felt utterly tiny when watching something?
What really made Xam'd shine, beyond its story, was the animation.
The show is a serious investment in time, but every minute you put in is rewarded with this show, as the twist and turns explore the concept of evil and the monster within us.
Dennou Coil finds itself in a strange position, straddling the area between a show that kids could watch and something else, giving the story something of a unique atmosphere.
Music can be extremely powerful. It moves you. Inspires you. Breaks you down. Beck: Mongolian Chop Squad is about all of that and more
The story has been morphed, new characters introduced, and something sinister lies beneath the surface.
The show does a grand job of presenting something that's truly unique.
The show gets so bombastic and over the top that you can't help but get swept up in its waves and dragged along for the ride
Lucky Star has had an undeniable impact on otaku culture in the last few years thanks to its biting and self-deprecating humor.
It's artful, sophisticated, and gives you a complex and satisfying story to digest.
The show sports some top-notch voice acting and animation to back up a well-crafted dark tale of two brothers as they try to fight the power.
When you finally sit down to watch it, what you discover is a story with a lot more depth than you would have ever thought. By the end, the romance feels truly epic.
Sayonara, Zetsubou-sensei has proven to be one of the funniest and sharply written shows in years.
The over-the-top absurdity of some of the characters, Harima especially, had us rolling in the aisles when they were caught in nasty predicaments.
By no means is this a happy-go-lucky nor a particularly action-packed show, but that's the beauty of it.
Kimi ni Todoke produces a rare effect of just making you feel better by watching it.
One of the best josei titles in years. Two things make this series fantastic: its music and the knowledge the creator had
Genshiken is the otaku show. Hands down. Nothing can supplant its position, and future titles will be hard-pressed to beat it.
Honey and Clover managed to mimic real life much better than we ever expected to see in anime.
Satoshi Kon is a true genius of cinema, and he will provide some of our best anime films over the next couple of decades.
It will change how you view the entire cyberpunk world of GITS.
His works are timeless, plain and simple.
Macross Frontier made so many waves because it was a quality introduction for another generation into the world of Macross
The show blew in suddenly, leaving a wake in its path that is still rippling out today.
Gurren Lagann captures that energy and emotion, and it proves itself as an escape from our own daily lives: office work, classes, chores.
Just by seeing his name, and forcing myself to confront the emotions I've felt while watching his films cause me to burst into tears.
The show can appeal to so many groups without sacrificing a bit of its quality or humor, and that's pretty impressive.