Which anime anime is best?

Banana Fish, the animated show by Yui Kajiura and Kana Hanazawa, is about two friends and their adventures with a magical fish, but the anime also includes plenty of other things.

Here are some of the highlights.

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The story of the anime revolves around the friendship between two boys, Yuu and Koutarou.

It is set in the world of anime, and features a number of anime characters that are based on real people, including characters from anime such as Mobile Suit Gundam and Cowboy Bebop.

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The anime has been praised for its originality.

The characters are diverse and original.

For example, Yuusuke, a boy from a middle-class family, is an animator.

His sister is a manga artist, and he also works as a computer programmer.

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The series has been voted the top anime series of 2017 by an online survey of anime fans.

It won the second-highest prize at the 2016 Anime Awards.

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The two boys are joined by a magical cat, who plays a role in the story, and a new, magical girl, Kouta, who gets her own animated series, Kurea.

Yuu’s magical cat is named “Kurono.”

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The show features an assortment of other characters that make up the world’s most popular anime characters.

Among them is a “dragon”, who has the power to turn invisible, a magical dragon, and the most powerful sword known to man, a giant katana called the “Kama Kami”.

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The cat is called “Catch”, after a popular Japanese catchphrase that is also a nickname for an unseen cat.

The katana is called a “Chidori”, after an old samurai sword that was the main weapon of the warrior-king Yoshitsugu Emiya.

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The Koutas are named after Koutaro and Kouya, two characters from the popular manga series One Piece.

The word “Koutarose” is derived from the kanji characters for “dragon” and “kami” (a combination of the words “kou” and “-sama”).

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The name of the series is “Yuri no Na wa,” a pun on “Yui no Na,” the name of a Japanese anime.

Yuri is an Asian girl.

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Yuusuka’s pet cat, Kurono, is named after a Japanese word for a fish.

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The magical katana, Kama Kama, is called the Kyuubi because it is said to be one of the two most powerful swords in the universe.

The title character of the show, “Kurea”, is named for a character from the Japanese anime Sailor Moon.

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The world of the story is set on a tropical island in the Pacific Ocean.

The islands are inhabited by magical fish known as “Goku”, who are called “Gokoku” by the residents.

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In the series, the Koutos are joined together by a mystical girl called Kurono, who is the one who has a special ability to control magical animals, known as the “Shikisou”.

The Shikisō are magical creatures, so they can do many different things, including summoning other magical animals.

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The plot of the new anime, Kurenai Gakuen no Zetsubou no wa, focuses on a boy named Yuu who is an aspiring animator and designer, and his childhood friend Koutari, who was a manga illustrator.

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The first episode of the animated series was released in Japan on October 20, 2017.

It stars a young boy named Koutara, who appears in the anime as the main character, while the second episode features a boy called Yuusaku, who joins the show as a new character.

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The new anime is being released on Blu-ray Disc and DVD on November 18, 2017, and will include a special Blu-Ray disc of the first episode.

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The voice actors are being chosen to voice Yuusuki and Kurei.

The pair will perform in a new series called Kureo ga Hosho no Koi ga Shitai, which will premiere in 2019.

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The Japanese voice actors have confirmed that they will be returning for the second season of the second series.

The cast includes the voices of Yuusu and Yuurei, as well as the voices for Kurono and Kurena.

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Yuustein, the voice of Kurenari, will be singing in the new series.

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The second season is slated to premiere in 2021.

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Yuuta Takada, who voiced Yuusukio and Kousuke in the first season, will return to voice Kurenarou in the second.

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The opening theme song for the new season, “Futurama”, was performed by Yuusuku Matsumoto. 22. The