90's Anime You Must Watch At All Cost!

The evolving anime industry offers a wider range of options to cater to diverse tastes. With a constant influx of new series, older anime can easily be overlooked.

Ghost In The Shell

A must-watch for cyberpunk anime fans, setting the standard for the future of anime in a futuristic 2029 world of advanced cybernetics.

Sailor Moon

One of the world's most popular shoujo series, it features middle-schooler Usagi Tsukino who transforms into Sailor Moon with Luna's help.

City Hunter

City Hunter's worldwide popularity stems from its gripping story & action, featuring a massive franchise with numerous movies & spin-offs.

Serial Experiments Lain

With its unorthodox style, aired in 1998, offering 13 episodes and exploring profound philosophical themes uncommon in anime.

Detective Conan

Since 1996, with over 1000 eps, follows high school detective Shinichi Kudo, who becomes a child after facing the Black Organization.

Neon Genesis Evangelion

In the futuristic Tokyo city, young protagonist Shinji is tasked with destroying an Angel, aided by an Evangelion.


Kentarou Miura's anime adaptation in 1997 weaves the Black Swordsman & Golden Age arcs, retaining excellence despite not mirroring every manga facet.

Cowboy Bebop

Set in a futuristic world, traces the exploits of a bounty-hunting crew, earning legendary status across generations of anime enthusiasts.


Two girls named Nana forge a deep friendship while sharing a Tokyo apartment, blending classic '90s shojo manga aesthetics.

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