Anime franchises that mostly started during peoples' childhoods and been a good memory to them ever since. Many of these animes are probably still watched and loved by those said people today. Or you hate them now because you realized they are crap? Can't speak for everyone.
The Top Ten
1Dragon Ball ZDragon Ball Z is a Japanese anime television series produced by Toei Animation. Dragon Ball Z follows the adventures of Goku who, along with the Z Warriors, defends the Earth against evil. The action adventures are entertaining and reinforce the concept of good versus evil. Dragon Ball Z teaches valuable ...read more.
One word: Toonami. - ModernSpongeBobSucks
2PokemonPokémon, abbreviated from the Japanese title of Pocket Monsters and currently advertised in English as Pokémon: The Series, is a Japanese anime television series, which has been adapted for the international television markets.
This show was the first show I ever loved, and I watched it like my life depended on it. - TwilightKitsune
I watched it as a kid and then I started watching it again in 2015 - Neonco31
I watched this show religiously as a kid (well, up until the fillerpocalypse that was the Johto series). Though Pokemon as a whole will probably never die for me, and I'll most likely get every new game that comes out until they stop making them. - Zach808
Hell, I still watch this show and DBZ now lolol. - HeavyDonkeyKong
3Sailor MoonSailor Moon is a Japanese shōjo manga series by Naoko Takeuchi. It was originally serialized in Nakayoshi from 1991 to 1997; the 52 individual chapters were published in 18 tankōbon volumes. ...read more.
I used to enjoy this show a lot, but trying to watch it now makes me feel... dirty. Can't explain it. - Zach808
If it makes you feel better I'm 20 who will turn 21 in a few months and I'm still into Sailor Moon. - Rue
4Cardcaptor SakuraCardcaptor Sakura, abbreviated as CCS and also known as Cardcaptors, is a Japanese shōjo manga series written and illustrated by the manga group Clamp.
5Digimon“Digimon” is a term commonly used to describe a variety of Japanese anime series based on the Bandai virtual pet brand “Digimon” (Dejimon). As of 2017, there are 7 series: “Digimon Adventure” (1999), “Digimon 02” (a.k.a. “Digimon Adventure 02”) (2000), “Digimon Tamers” (2001), ...read more.
6NarutoNaruto is an anime and manga franchise Naruto, created by Masashi Kishimoto. The manga was later adapted into a television anime, which was produced by Studio Pierrot and Aniplex. It premiered across Japan on the terrestrial TV Tokyo and other TX Network stations on October 3, 2002. The first series ...read more.
7BleachBleach is a Japanese anime series based on Tite Kubo's manga of the same name. Bleach adapts the first 54 volumes of Tite Kubo's manga series of the same name. In addition, 4 anime-original arcs were broadcast in-between and during the adaptations of original arcs of the manga. ...read more.
9Kirby: Right Back at Ya!Kirby: Right Back at Ya!, known in Japan as Hoshi no Kirby, is a Japanese anime series created by Warpstar, Inc.
I remember watching this on the 4kids website for hours when I was younger. And yes, I actually like the 4kids dub of Kirby: Right Back at Ya!. - ModernSpongeBobSucks
I was so obsessed with this show when I was younger. - Rue
10Yu-Gi-Oh!Yu-Gi-Oh! was aired from 2000 to 2004 in Japan, and 2002 to 2006 in the US. It continues where the Toei Anime Left off. When 10th grader Yugi Muto solves the Millenium Puzzle, Yami Yugi emerges, taking control of him to help his friends. In Duel Monsters, they mostly played children's card games because ...read more.
11Tokyo Mew Mew
12MegaMan NT Warrior
13HamtaroHamtaro, known in Japan as Trotting Hamutaro, is a Japanese children's manga and storybook series created and illustrated by Ritsuko Kawai.
17Sonic XSonic X is a Japanese anime television series created by TMS Entertainment and based on the Sonic the Hedgehog video game series published by Sega.
I did watch it as a kid. And I regret it too. - TwilightKitsune
19F-Zero: GP Legend
20Cowboy BebopCowboy Bebop is a 1998 anime television series animated by Sunrise featuring a production team led by director Shinichirō Watanabe, screenwriter Keiko Nobumoto, character designer Toshihiro Kawamoto, mechanical designer Kimitoshi Yamane, and composer Yoko Kanno.