38 Votes in Poll
Fandyllic I know, but, unfortunately, I don't think Fandom offers a way for users to set certain requirements and make sure only those who satisfy the conditions are able to participate in the poll.
I've only read 3 out of the 6: Monster, 20th Century Boys, and Pluto; and I personally enjoy 20th Century Boys the most. How about you all? Vote if you have at least read 2 of them.
Either 2005 or 2006
I prefer buying the soft copies and reading them through my Kindle
I was a sentimental kid back then that even certain scenes from kids anime like Blue Dragon, Bakugan, Idaten Jump, and Doraemon made me feel kinda sad. The end of the Moonlight Sonata Murder Case arc of Detective Conan (Case Closed), though, was the first time I teared up when watching anime. However, when it comes to break down in sadness, I remember crying and feeling down after watching the aftermath of the Naruto vs Sasuke battle in the Valley of the End. It's too sad for the kid me at that time that I couldn't even get it off my mind for several days.
The end of Moonlight Sonata Murder Case arc
Naruto vs Sasuke
The jury surely loves Sonny Boy lol.
Not a big fan of the results, both the jury and the public ones. Same goes for CR Awards.
Natsu. Light would surely become a popular student for his status (being the son of the country's police chief), looks, and academic achievements. However, nothing can beat the popularity of a troubled kid who regularly get scolded by the teachers for breaking the school rules yet known for getting along with everyone and keeping the class lively. People admire a person like Light but they seem to enjoy flocking around a person like Natsu more.
I rarely enjoy shoujo anime. I've tried some of them, including Maid-sama, but I got bored quickly and thus didn't finish the show. Fruits Basket is one of the exceptions. I actually like it and may consider rewatching it later in the future.
Seeing the list, I bet you and I have a negative affinity on MAL. Just like Orangutan, I completely disagree with your list but, well, to each their own.
Lol so I'm the only one who voted for Grain
2005-2006, I was a 1st grader back then enjoying watching cartoon and anime on TV. Naruto, One Piece, Dragon Ball, Detective Conan (Case Closed), Yu-Gi-Oh!, Law of Ueki, Kekkaishi, and Captain Tsubasa are some of my favorite anime at that time. Other than those titles, I also watch Doraemon, Crayon Shin-chan, ans Ninja Hattori.
Don't worry. I did it too during my elementary and early middle school years. Naruto and Bleach was extremely popular back then; me and the boys loved to practice jutsu and roleplayed as one of Bleach chars.
When you, a fan of the original anime, believe that some, if not all, parts of the remake, despite staying true to the source material, fails to be as good as the original yet people treat the remake as a perfect replacement of the original as if the original was completely inferior to the new one
School anime isn't really my cup of tea, and among the 6 here, I only watched Komi-san, Tokyo Revengers, DxD, and Angel Beats. Angel Beats seems to be the best one of the four.
Ngl Hinata looks great in the The Last: Naruto the Movie. However, when it comes to her current looks in Boruto or the image used on this poll, Boa clearly wins; even though Boa isn't the prettiest OP char to me.
Gintama is the only anime that can make me laugh on almost of its episodes, even on some of its serious moments. So, I personally think Gintama is better compared to the other 3 here, and it's not even close.
The first arc of TPN is the best one among the 4, but the rest of it, both the manga and the anime, are kinda meh to me. Thus, I'll vote for Jujutsu Kaisen. Even though I personally think the show is kinda overhyped and just okay at best, it's still a little bit better than MHA. Demon Slayer is dead last as the story doesn't really interest me. I'm not gonna lie, it is surely a fascinating experience to watch the colorful, fluid animation of Tanjiro and co fighting the demons, but story-wise I don't think it's that good.