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  • Fullmetal Alchemist on Random Most WTF Anime Endings

    (#9) Fullmetal Alchemist

    • Vic Mignogna, Aaron Dismuke, Romi Pak

    Alchemy, mysticism and philosophy collide in the world of Fullmetal Alchemist. The series is full of WTF moments, from cruel and sudden deaths, to hidden identity revelations, to that chimera scene involving an unfortunate dog, a more unfortunate family, and one very disturbed man.

    While the show is no stranger to insanity, it saves its biggest "wait... WHAT?" moment for the very end of the series. After Alphonse sacrifices himself to revive Edward using the philosopher's stone, Ed repays his brother's sacrifice with one of his own.

    Except, Ed doesn't die. Instead, he's transported into a parallel world. Our world, circa World War II, where he'll spend the next two years attempting to get back to his own universe.

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    (#5) Berserk

    • Nobutoshi Canna, Unshô Ishizuka, Marc Diraison

    The legendarily gruesome shonen series Beserk follows the medieval warriors Griffith and Guts on their bloody quest for kingly status. Though there's plenty of political commentary to ground the action, the fantasy elements really crank up to 11 at the end, delivering a truly twisted finale.

    After Guts rescues Griffith from wasting away in a torture dungeon, Griffith's necklace suddenly becomes a horrifying, screaming face, turns the world into a living nightmare, and offers Griffith the chance to become the ruler of Hell. After slaughtering all of his friends to secure the deal (and engaging in an absolutely sickening rape scene) Griffith takes the job, and the series abruptly ends with Guts walking off towards his next adventure.

  • Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt on Random Most WTF Anime Endings

    (#6) Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt

    • Jamie Marchi, Arisa Ogasawara, Mariya Ise

    With The Powerpuff Girls's aesthetic and Adult Swim's sense of raucous humor, Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt is yet another example of Gainax pushing creative boundaries. It's also another example of a classic WTF Gainax ending.

    Titular sisters Panty and Stocking are angels with super-powered lingerie and a love of sugar. Like most celestial beings, their job involves slaying evil things, with Garterbelt acting as the "Charlie" to their "Angels."

    The show is wonderfully surreal, but nothing could prepare viewers for the curveball it throws in the final episode. As the two sisters are enjoying their "walk off into the sunset" moment, Panty suddenly chops her sister into pieces and reveals that she's been a demon the whole time. It's hilariously fitting, but super frustrating in terms of closure. 

  • Akira on Random Most WTF Anime Endings

    (#7) Akira

    Based on Katsuhiro Otomo's groundbreaking manga of the same name, the plot and imagery in Akira is absolutely bonkers, and the ending doesn't leave viewers with any easily decipherable answers.

    After Tetsuo — teen motorbike hooligan living in Neo Tokyo in 2019 — is infected by the byproduct of a covert military experiment, his body and mind become monstrous, and he is instilled with godlike powers.

    The resulting saga ends with a bang (a Big Bang, in fact). The closing shot of the film sends the audience rushing through a psychedelic tunnel that — though this is not immediately obvious — is actually the start of a whole new universe. Woah.    

  • Mirai Nikki - Another: World on Random Most WTF Anime Endings

    (#12) Mirai Nikki - Another: World

    • Ayame Goriki

    Imagine if the kids from Battle Royale were all equipped with prophetic digital diaries containing entries from the future. Got that? Good, you pretty much understand the premise of Mirai Nikki (also known as Future Diary.)

    The series actually has a wholly satisfying and conclusive ending, up until the post-credits scene. Skipping 10,000 years into the future, we're shown that the god of the "Second World" and future diary holder, Yuki, is the lone survivor of the deadly game.

    Zooming in on the last entry in Yuki's diary, the words, "Yumo came to meet me" appear just before the screen goes black, leaving an annoyingly large slew of questions unanswered. (Luckily, Redial was created to tie up these loose ends.)

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    (#1) Neon Genesis Evangelion

    • Megumi Ogata, Megumi Hayashibara, Kotono Mitsuishi

    Evangelion is considered to be one of the greatest anime ever made. It's also considered to be one of the most difficult anime to wrap your head around, and the bizarre ending to the 24-episode series is no exception.

    After 23 episodes of convoluted theology, Freudian sexual drama, and smashy-crashy mecha-action, protagonist Shinji finds out that the shady and powerful organization he worked for decided to merge all of humanity into one big soup of souls.

    The resulting finale wasn't the climactic conclusion fans had hoped for. Instead, Shinji mopes about in a chair for a few minutes before having an epiphany about his self-worth. When this happens, everyone he knew in life appears to applaud and congratulate him.

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The ending of an anime has a huge impact on the rating and evaluation of the work itself. Anime fans have been followed the updating of animated series for months or even years in order to watch the ending they want. Some endings are often unexpected, but they must be reasonable. However, in order to attract attention, many authors or production teams often create totally unacceptable endings.

To be honest, creating a perfect animation ending is a task that requires a huge effort from the studio or the writer. The random tool lists 13 animes with the most WTF anime endings.

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