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  • Tekkonkinkreet on Random Anime Movies That Deserve Their Own TV Series

    (#13) Tekkonkinkreet

    • Kazunari Ninomiya, Yū Aoi, Masahiro Motoki, Rokurō Naya, Tomomichi Nishimura, Mugihito, Kankurō Kudō, Nao Ōmori, Yūsuke Iseya, Min Tanaka, Yoshinori Okada, Yūki Tamaki, Tōru Nara, Kazuko Kurosawa, Atsushi Imaizumi, Yuji Matsumaru

    Based on the originally named Black & White manga, Tekkonkinkreet is a visually surreal anime movie that was released in 2006. The mean streets of Treasure Town belong to "The Cats;" a pair of orphans that go by the name of Black and White. While the two boys have always relied on one another to survive, their bond is put to the test when the yakuza invade Treasure Town and threatens their way of life. As critically-acclaimed as Tekkonkinkreet was, a common complaint against the anime movie was the limited depth in the characters and lack of insight into the gorgeously animated world. An anime TV series of Tekkonkinkreet would allow for more context from the manga to seep in. 

  • Redline on Random Anime Movies That Deserve Their Own TV Series

    (#7) Redline

    • Tadanobu Asano, Yū Aoi, Daisuke Gōri, Takeshi Aono, Takuya Kimura, Unshō Ishizuka, Kenyu Horiuchi, Kenta Miyake, Kōji Ishii, Kanji Tsuda, Chō, Tatsuya Gashuin, Yoshiyuki Morishita, Kōsei Hirota, Yoshinori Okada, Akemi, Shunichiro Miki, Ikki Todoroki, Akane Sakai

    Redline is a 2009 anime movie that puts a deadly twist on the Wacky Races formula. Old-school racer, JP, has qualified for the greatest and most dangerous racing competition in the universe: Redline. While he's thrilled to be competing with the galaxy's best racers, such as the alluring Sonoshee McLaren, this year's Redline will be even deadlier thanks to its latest setting in Robworld: a militarized planet filled with criminals eager to use the competition to their advantage. Redline is an imaginative and visually-thrilling movie that deserves to have more of its fascinating universe revealed. It would fit in beautifully with other racing greats like Initial D or IGPX: Immortal Grand Prix

  • Kase-san and Morning Glories on Random Anime Movies That Deserve Their Own TV Series

    (#8) Kase-san and Morning Glories

    Kase-san and Morning Glories is a 58-minute OVA based on the yuri manga series of the same name. The romantic slice-of-life movie revolves around the unlikely relationship between Yui Yamada, a timid high school girl, and Kase Tomoka, a popular and athletic tomboy. Kase-san and Morning Glories does a beautiful job of animating the early chapters of Kase-san, but there's so much more that's left on the table. The manga series not only covers Yui and Kase-san's relationship through high school, but has now expanded to their lives as college freshmen

  • Red Ash: Magicicada on Random Anime Movies That Deserve Their Own TV Series

    (#11) Red Ash: Magicicada

    Red Ash: Magicicada is a CG animated short that was released in 2017 by Studio 4°C. The 23-minute film is set in a futuristic world where the "Nanorace" - a race of humans who are superpowered by the nanomachines in their genes - are discriminated by the "Purerace" of normal human beings. To pay for an operation that would turn them into Purerace, a legendary hunter named Beck and his shy, but larger-than-life partner Tyger take up dangerous jobs in the old world. Everything changes, however, after their fateful encounter with a mysterious girl on the run named Call. Red Ash: Magicicada was originally launched as a Kickstarter project to coincide with the Kickstarter of the Red Ash video game by Level-5 Comcept. While the Red Ash Kickstarted failed to reach its goal, the anime movie was successfully funded and completed. Since there's more interest in a Red Ash anime than a video game, Level-5 Comcept should invest in an anime TV series that would expand upon the imaginative premise. 

  • Children of the Sea on Random Anime Movies That Deserve Their Own TV Series

    (#10) Children of the Sea

    • Mana Ashida, Hiiro Ishibashi, Seishū Uragami, Win Morisaki

    Another anime movie that deserves to have more breathing room on TV is Children of the Sea, the 2019 release based on the five-volume manga series. After a fallout between her friends and mother, junior high school student Ruki decides to spend her summer vacation at the aquarium where her father works. She soon becomes acquainted with two strange boys named Umi and Sora, whose "raised by dugongs" upbringing allows them to swim unbelievably; as if they were flying. The connection among the trio is somehow intertwined with the strange phenomenon of fish disappearing from the world. 

  • Battle Angel Alita on Random Anime Movies That Deserve Their Own TV Series

    (#2) Battle Angel Alita

    Before it was a live-action Hollywood movie, Battle Angle Alita was a two-episode OVA that was released in 1993. The story follows a female cyborg named Gally living in a dangerous post-apocalyptic world known as the Scrapyard. After being rebuilt by a Cyberphysician named Doc Ido, Gally searches for her memories as a bounty hunter. Despite being a critically-acclaimed manga, Battle Angel Alita only had a short-lived run in animation. While two of its manga volumes were adapted into an anime, there were seven volumes of Battle Angel Alita still left to tell. 

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