Archive for the ‘Polls’ Category

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Poll Winner: Best Studio Ghibli Film

February 20, 2010

Well viewers.. the ballots have been cast and counted and the winner of the Best Studio Ghibli Film Poll is none other than Spirited Away! Spirited Away was first released in theaters in 2000 and in the US in 2001. This film has won many awards including an Oscar for Best Animated Film and 3 Saturn awards for best picture, writing and score. This is a beloved classic that many Ghibli fans Adore. This film received 7/15 of our viewer votes, thus making it the winner.. followed closely by Howl’s Moving Castle. Read the rest of this entry ?

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Poll- Studio Ghibli Choice

February 14, 2010

I got to looking through my Anime collection today and thought of a great poll idea. I own all 23 of the Studio Ghibli Films/shorts. These are just a few of them I put together from around my room. From the great Classic Nausicaa and the Valley of the Wind to the latest Ponyo on a Cliff, Hayao Miyazaki and the directors of Studio Ghibli have brought us the best stories of all time. Now… for my question to you all. There are many films, some of which have never been released in English.  Thus I ask, Which Studio Ghibli Film is your favorite? The following is a list of the main films… Which Studio Ghibli Film is most loved by the fans? Just leave a comment and let the votes for the best Ghibli Film Begin! Read the rest of this entry ?

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Weekly Poll Winner: Umineko No Naku Koro Ni

November 14, 2009

This Week’s Poll was: Which Anime is the best so far this season?The Winner: Umineko No Naku Koro Ni

Umineko no Naku Koro ni (うみねこのなく頃に “When the Seagulls Cry“) is a Japanese murder mystery that takes place primarily in the year 1986, during the time frame of October 4 and October 5 on a small, secluded island named Rokkenjima (六軒島?) 10 km around owned and lived on by Kinzo, the head of the wealthy Ushiromiya family. Kinzo is near death, and eight of his family members arrive on the island for the annual family conference, where the adults plan to discuss how Kinzo’s assets will be divided once he is dead. Also on the island are three family members who live there, five of Kinzo’s servants, and his personal physician. After the eight family members arrive, a typhoon traps them on the island, and shortly after, strange things start to happen and people start dying.

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Weekly Poll Winner: Death the Kid

November 4, 2009

This Week’s Poll was: Which Male Character has the best hair?

The Winner: Death the Kid

Ok  first off sorry for having this post so late >.<

Death the Kid, commonly referred to as “Kid”, is Shinigami’s son and the meister of Liz and Patti. He suffers from obsessive-compulsive disorder, which hinders him in his daily life and battles. He believes anything symmetrical is beautiful and if something is off by even the slightest measurement, he will try to correct it right away. This is definately true with his hair. Hes got a slick style which could take the sight of other men off and onto himself. Although… if he loves symetry.. then why is one side of his hair kinda white and the other not?!! Read the rest of this entry ?

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Weekly Poll Winners: Sakura & Syaoran

October 25, 2009

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This Week’s Poll was: Who are the best Anime couple?

The Winners: Sakura & Syaoran!

Our favorite couple Sakura and Syaoran can withstand the test of multiple pages. Sakura and Syaoran are both in CLAMP’s Cardcaptor Sakura and Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle. Throughout both series, Sakura and Syaoran by far have the most loving relationships. From beginning to end they began as rivals but withstanding the test of time turned them to love. This poll however, was just toward the CCS versions aka the original Sakura and Syaoran.

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Weekly Poll Winner: Macross

October 19, 2009

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This Week’s Poll was: What is the Best Mecha Anime?

The Winner: Macross!

Macross (マクロス, Makurosu?) is a long-running series of science fiction Mecha anime, created by Shōji Kawamori of Studio Nue in 1982. The franchise features a fictional History of Earth/Humanity after the year 1999. The franchise title features three TV series, three movies, six OVAs, and two manga series, all sponsored by Big West Advertising. Within the series, the term Macross is used to denote the main capital ship. This theme began in the original Macross, the SDF-1 Macross.

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