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What are the best Sci-Fi anime?

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  1. 1Cowboy Bebop

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    Cowboy Bebop is an anime series that follows the story of the futuristic misadventures and tragedies of an easygoing bounty hunter and his partners that unravel their dark and mysterious past little by little.

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  1. 2Steins;Gate

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    Steins;Gate is a Japanese animated series with 24 episodes and an OVA released by White Fox studio. It follows the story of a group of friends creates a machine to send messages across time. 

  2. 3Astro Boy (2003)

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    Astro Boy is an action adventure anime remake from the original 1963 anime series created by Osamu Tezuka. This tells the story of Astro, an atomic-powered robot modeled after the dead son of Dr. Tenma.

  1. 4Sword Art Online

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    Sword Art Online is a fantasy romance anime series that tells a story about 10.000 VR players including Kirito and Asuna that are imprisoned on a game without the chance to return to real life. The anime was first released in 2012.

  2. 5Code Geass

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    Code Geass (Lelouch of the Rebellion) is an anime series created by Sunrise. It tells the story of The Holy Empire of Britannia as it conquers the country known as Japan and now call it Area 11.

  3. 6Akira

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    Set in the post apocalyptic 2019 Neo-Tokyo, this film is the story of Kaneda, the leader of a biker gang whose childhood friend - Tetsuo- obtains some strange powers after an accident. He will end up losing his mind due to his uncontrollable power, and they will discover the secrets behind Akira, a kid who lived many years ago and had tremendous power. 




  4. 7Psycho-Pass

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    Psycho-Pass is an anime series directed by Naoyoshi Shiotani and Katsuyuki Motohiro and written by Gen Urobuchi. The anime show follows the story of Akane Tsunemori and working with the police and the Sibyl System.

  5. 8Patlabor 2: The Movie

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    One of the best sci-fi anime films you can watch is Patlabor 2: The Movie. It was initially released in 1993, but it is a good Japanese action-thriller movie since it is the sequel to  Patlabor: The Movie. Its theme is quite related to the international issues faced by the Japanese government in the 20th century.

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    August 8, 2018
    "I know there are already plenty of animes with time travel themes but what sets Steins Gate as outstanding for me is how this anime depicts the act of time travel itself. About first 8 episodes were spent on developing the characters as well as the experiementation but dude once you reach episode 9 that was where all these things started to kick in and consequences were realized! Butterfly effect indeed! Now you shouldnt wonder how this anime scrambled my mind to bits just predicting what's gonna happen next!"
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    Anonymous
    August 8, 2018
    "I grew up loving this anime. It's highly futuristic with that mechanical boy and flying cars in glass tunnel tubes. What's especially lovable is the protagonist himself, Astro, who's so overpowering powerful yet peace-lover. Despite the wicked people he encounters every single day, he remains to be innocent and a good robot person. Not to mention the graphics are so awesomely fluid!!! I'm rewatching this anime!"
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    Astro Boy (2003)
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    Anonymous
    August 8, 2018
    "I totally enjoyed this anime. Even with so much characters, every single one of them are well-developed. Remembering one of them right now would take me back to reminiscing their emotions. Despite the highly scifi world, the characters all felt so real! Their dilemmas, their past. Suzaku's ideology really is so admirable. They said real men dont cry but the ending really made me cry a river."
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    Code Geass
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    Anonymous
    August 8, 2018
    "Technology helping people to judge the probability of an invdividual committing a crime is the unique feature I've seen only in this anime. The story writing is complex, intricate and clever. This sci fi is highly a social commentary on how tech is running our lives. It's so dark and hard to sink in but that adds to this beauty."
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    Psycho-Pass
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    Anonymous
    August 8, 2018
    "Cowboy Bebop is a classic futuristic anime for me. The depth of reality was well executed. Every episode appears to be random and unpredictable, much how real life works right? I like how almost every negative side of human persons are interacting in this anime. This is a much watch classic."
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    Anonymous
    August 8, 2018
    "I'm a gamer and I've always imagined how it's like being in a game yourself, and SAO gave off that thrilling vibe. The notion that once you die in the game would mean your death in real life was really hooking enough for me. The art is really beautiful and the action scenes are amazing."
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    Sword Art Online
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    August 8, 2018
    "I wonder why this anime is so underrated. The action are really smooth and explicit. It's so political and mysterious."
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    Akira
This list is about What are the best Sci-Fi anime
RankAnswersTypeVotesPrice
1Cowboy BebopTV Shows 11 Paid
2Steins;GateTV Shows 7 Paid
3Astro Boy (2003)TV Shows 7 Paid
4Sword Art OnlineTV Shows 5 Paid
5Code GeassTV Shows 3 Paid
6AkiraMovies 3 Free
7Psycho-PassTV Shows 0 Paid
8Patlabor 2: The MovieMovies 0 Paid
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