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These were the best anime remakes by Japanese

An manga Urusei yatsura, oh Rumiko Takahashi, published in the journal Shonen weekly Sunday (Shogakukan) and broadcast as an anime from 1981 to 1986, will be adapted into a new TV anime this year, as part of a surprise announcement made directly on January 1st. In other words, this is the first animation project achieved by this franchise after thirty – six years. «Along with Urusei Yatsura, remakes of anime broadcast in the 1980s and 1990s have flourished in recent years. Therefore, we surveyed 200 men and women between the ages of 30 and 40, and asked them to name their recently broadcast “Anime Remake.”“Write the source.

10. Astro Boy: Tetsuwan Atom – Tezuka Productions (2003) [2.0%]

9. BEM – IG Production & LandQ Studios (2019) [3.0%]

8. Fruit Basket – TMS Entertainment (2019) [5.0%]

6. Dr. Slump – Toei Animation (1997) [6.0%]

6. Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Crystal (Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Crystal) – Toei Animation (2014) [6.0%]

5. Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood – BONES (2009) [7.5%]

4. HUNTER x HUNTER – Madhouse (2011) [8.5%]

3. Gegege no Kitarou – Toei Animation (2018) [10.0%]

2. Dragon Quest: Dai no Daibouken (Dragon Quest: The Adventure of Dai) – Beochan Toei (2020) [12.0%]

1. Dragon Ball Kai – Toei Animation (2009) [20.5%]

Fountain: Futabanet Manga Plus | Remakes

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