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Old 2006-12-17, 20:47   Link #1
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Question nice long anime series

Hey im tired of finding these short 12 episode anime shows they end too soon So if anyone knows a nice long anime with a good number of episodes then plz tell me. I enjoy the comedy/harem/ecchi/romance genres so if there are any that fit that description that are any good let me know. Any suggestions????
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Old 2006-12-17, 20:59   Link #2
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Tenshi na Konamaiki - 50 ep - romantic school comedy (not much in the way of serious romance)
Ranma 1/2 - 161 ep - action harem comedy
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Old 2006-12-17, 21:07   Link #3
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Ranma. That's comedy/ecchi/romance, and sorta harem in that there's many possible pairings thrown about...

Hmm, besides that and Tenchi Muyo perhaps (which you've seen), there really are no series more than 26 (that is, 2 seasons') episodes which are harem or primarily romance/comedy/ecchi, that I can recall... I have a list of all the series I've seen and I just checked and didn't find any other series that fits that description. Edit: Except Tenshi na Konamaiki according to jedinat who posted before me and is right on...

As far as good long series in general, in which you get the sense that a lot is happening, I found Full Metal Alchemist, Monster, Juuni Kokuki, and Blood+ probably fit that description. Full Metal Alchemist is shounen/action, Blood+ is probably shounen/action too (excellent vampire anime), seinen are Juuni Kokuki (fantasy) and Monster (horror/mystery). There's also the 37-episode Death Note which is currently airing, although only 11 episodes have come out so far.
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Old 2006-12-17, 21:12   Link #4
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Well there's also Saber Marionette J, which has two 26 ep series and a 6 ep OVA in between, but I was tired of it after the first series.
It's another action/harem/comedy.

(Just to make it clear I would in no way recommend this if you hadn't specified genre. Don't throw people off, SeijiSensei! )
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Old 2006-12-17, 21:18   Link #5
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Hikaru no Go is about 75 episodes long and, until the fillers near the end, consistently held my attention. I like board games, but I was still impressed with how compelling a show about Go could be.
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Old 2006-12-17, 21:20   Link #6
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NANA will be fifty episodes long and is currently running, the last subbed episode is number 30. It has romance and a lot of comedy but also quite a lot of serious scenes.
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Old 2006-12-17, 21:59   Link #7
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Full Moon wo Sagashite is 52 eps and a really nice romantic series. To a lesser extent Kamikazi Kaitou Jeanne (made by the same people) is ok, though I much preferred Full Moon myself. Kaitou Jeanne is shorter too, at 44 episodes. Still plenty long enough though
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Old 2006-12-17, 22:09   Link #8
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Full Moon wo Sagashite is 52 eps and a really nice romantic series.
I will hugely second this, but it is a shoujo anime, not harem/ecchi type of romance.
But watch it anyways
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Old 2006-12-18, 00:18   Link #9
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thanks for the suggestions they dont have to have romance in them im just partial to the comedy /ecchi type shows harem is a good point in alot of the anime i like and i do watch others such as FMA which was posted above.
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Old 2006-12-18, 00:42   Link #10
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Some other nice and long ones are
Kaleido Star - 51 episodes, i would describe it as a shoujo action type
Hunter x Hunter - 62 episodes + 3 ovas, action/comedy/shounen
Yakitate Japan - 67 episodes, comedy
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Old 2006-12-18, 23:15   Link #11
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could anybody recomend any good anime series that really stuck with you it doesnt have to be long just a good series thats worth watching
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Old 2006-12-19, 03:43   Link #12
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could anybody recomend any good anime series that really stuck with you it doesnt have to be long just a good series thats worth watching
The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya
Fullmetal Alchemist
Scrapped Princess
Higurashi no Naku Koro ni
Elfen Lied
Canvas 2
Air and Air the Movie
Da Capo and D.C. S.S
Shakugan no Shana
Gift ~Eternal Rainbow~ (ongoing, 11/12 episodes released)
Kanon (ongoing, 11/24 episodes released)
Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase
Rozen Maiden and Rozen Maiden: Traumend
Lamune (stay away if you don't like slice-of-life type series)
Mahoromatic and Mahoromatic 2 (as long as you pretend that ep14 of season 2 never happened... i recomend to stop watching after 13.... no joke)

...etc
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Old 2006-12-19, 04:01   Link #13
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Maison Ikkoku
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Hiatari Ryoukou

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Old 2006-12-19, 11:25   Link #14
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Sailor Moon is 200 anime episodes, 18 manga volumes, the live action series. The couple are dating and boyfriend/girlfriend during the series, get married, have a child.

Fushigi Yuugi is a long and wonderful series, the couple are dating and boyfriend/girlfriend during the series, get married, have a child. The manga is a lot longer and better than the anime.

There are lots of long anime/manga series where the couple is dating and boyfriend/girlfriend during the series and gets married.

Fushigi Yugi

Mars

Ceres Manga longer than anime.

Boys Over Flowers Manga version only.

Kare Kano and

His and Her Circumstances

Fushigi Yuugi

Sailor Moon 200 anime episodes, 18 manga volumes, the live action series.

Sensual Phrase

Bokura ga Ita

Marmalade Boy

Peach Girl

Kodocha Manga version only

Happy Hustle High Cute romance series, couple becomes boyfriend/girlfriend during beginning of series.

Kare First Love

Akuma De Sourou

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Old 2006-12-19, 15:16   Link #15
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I will hugely second this, but it is a shoujo anime, not harem/ecchi type of romance.
But watch it anyways
I HIGHLY recommend Full Moon as well Some comedy, lots of drama, there is romance as well. Be sure to have a few tissue boxes on-hand for some of those episodes.
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Old 2006-12-19, 19:12   Link #16
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d. gray man shounen series 11 episodes on going
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