While definitely an "Early 2000's shojo anime" there is a lot here that really endures (and endears) that makes it worthwhile as more than just an important contextual piece, but an excellent exploration of growth through trauma.
An excellently executed delight with fantastic characters, warm fuzzies, and a fascinating dive into the cosplay hobby.
A super short vignette series of interactions waiting at the Railroad crossing. Nothing special, but it beats doom-scrolling reddit/twitter for an hour at least.
A surprisingly funny, smart, and effective "edutainment" piece to get you excited about hitting the gym.
Gunning for that early 2000's Cartoon Network feel, PSG is a stark and unusually crass change of pace from conventional anime. I highly recommend the English dub.
A fantastic second season that improves on all fronts, with rich character development and growth. And all the songs are bangers.
If you particularly enjoy tights, office-attire, or just really want a break from all the “High school” centered shows, this is a fun mindless mild ecchi one to pick up. Comes in bite-size episodes.
A weeby, trashy, ecchi-themed siscon/lolicon show that’s actually good? Good animation, directing, and interesting dialogue for a terribly creepy fanservice plot. I’m still confused.