Or “the rise of the series that change OPs really often and artists fond of caps lock”.
10. Gurren Lagann, “Sorairo Days” by Nakagawa Shouko
I love the way the third opening actually uses the later part of the song.
Incidentally, it just edged out the opening for New Getter Robo. Even on this list Gurren Lagann overshadows what it homages.
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“A song that reminds you of your best friend”
Basically due to memories of watching Naruto together. This is “Go!!!” by FLOW, everyone’s favorite pre-Shippuden Naruto opening.
No, I don’t know why the official music video for this song is about a Terminator trying to skateboard either.
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A lot of anime like to have things big.
The very first super robot, Tetsujin 28, is 18 meters tall, big enough that it’s English name was Gigantor. Of course, a lot of other mecha (especially the less realistic ones) are even bigger; Zearth from Bokurano is 500 meters tall. But it’s not just mecha; Dragon Ball, One Piece, Naruto, and Attack on Titan are just some of the more obvious examples of anime with giant creatures of one kind or another.
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“An anime you wish never ended and continued on”
Not too long ago, it was announced that Naruto is ending soon; that’s not my answer, it’s just a good reminder that even the longest series eventually end. Of course, some series are better suited to have indefinite lengths than others.
So I’m going to split my answer here.
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