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Anime in the 80's


    Anime is the term that identifies Japanese animation, a medium of great expansion, which has become a mass cultural phenomenon and an art form. With the arrival of the animation company Toei Animation in 1956 and Osamu Tezuka in 1963, they would usher in a new era for anime. The 60s saw the birth of anime on television, but it was the series of the 70s and 80s that made it a worldwide phenomenon.
  • Densetsu Kyojin Ideon (Space Runaway Ideon)

    Densetsu Kyojin Ideon (Space Runaway Ideon)
    Is a 1980 television anime series produced by Sunrise, created and directed by Yoshiyuki Tomino.
    History places us in an alternate future, where man has managed to colonize some planets. On one of those trips, humans come across the remains of the Giant Ideon, a reddish robot of colossal size. Before carrying out the necessary investigations, they are intercepted by some aliens of the so-called "Buff Clan", who mercilessly destroy the humans of the "Solo" colony.
  • Dokutā Suranpu (Dr. Slump)

    Dokutā Suranpu (Dr. Slump)
    It is a Japanese manga and anime by Akira Toriyama published in January 1980, with an anime adaptation released on April 8, 1981.
    Dr. Slump narrates the adventures of Professor Sembei Norimaki and his creation, a humanoid robot in the shape of a 13-year-old girl named Arale Norimaki, who lacks common sense and has extraordinary strength. Most of the stories take place in Villa Pingüino, where none of its inhabitants know that Arale is, in fact, a robot.
  • Cobra (Hepburn: Kobur)

    Cobra (Hepburn: Kobur)
    It is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Buichi Terasawa, it was adapted into an anime series on September 7, 1982
    The protagonist is a former space pirate who, trying to escape from his past and the powerful organization of the space mafia, undergoes surgery to change his face and erase his memory, then begins to lead a normal life until, five more years Later, when he attends a virtual film show, his memory is activated and he begins to be chased by the gangste
  • Captain Tsubasa (Súper Campeones)

    Captain Tsubasa (Súper Campeones)
    It is a manga series written and illustrated by Yōichi Takahashi in 1981. With an adaptation of the anime series, released on October 10, 1983, which had great international success.
    The main theme of the story is football, it tells the adventures of Tsubasa Ozora (Oliver Atom) and his friends, the rivalry towards their opponents, training, competition and the events in each of the games that are played, from childhood until they are professionals and become part of the Japan team.
  • Tongari Bōshi no Memoru

    Tongari Bōshi no Memoru
    It is an anime series produced by Toei Animation on March 3, 1984.
    Memoru is one of 245 people who came to Earth from the Star Riruru when his ship had an emergency crash landing on Earth. The people of Memoru have bodies so small that they could stand in the palm of a human hand. Twinkle and her friends save Mariel's life a couple of times while she tries to make sure no one else finds out about her existence.
  • Hepburn: Hai Sukūru! Kimengumi

    Hepburn: Hai Sukūru! Kimengumi
    It is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Motoei Shinzawa, adapted to the anime on October 12, 1985.
    A group of 5 male high school students who call themselves the funny face group cause trouble at school with their crazy antics.
  • Dragon Ball

    Dragon Ball
    It is a manga written and illustrated by Akira Toriyama, adapted into an anime series on February 26, 1986.
    It is about the adventures of Goku, in search of the 7 Dragon Balls, who can grant any wish. Goku, with the help of his friends, will search for the Dragon Balls, facing many villains. He will also participate in the Budokai Tenkaichi, a great Tournament in which the best fighters will show who is the strongest fighter on Earth.
  • Grimms' Fairy Tales (Gurimu Meisaku Gekijou)

    Grimms' Fairy Tales (Gurimu Meisaku Gekijou)
    It is a series of cartoons made by the Japanese animation studio Nippon Animation released on October 21, 1987, in which many of the most famous stories were narrated, mostly by the Brothers Grimm, although episodes with popular classic stories of various authors.
  • Tonari no Totoro (My Neighbor Totoro)

    Tonari no Totoro (My Neighbor Totoro)
    It is a Japanese animated fantasy film written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki and animated by Studio Ghibli released on April 16, 1988.
    It tells the story of a teacher's two young daughters (Satsuki and Mei) and their interactions with friendly wood spirits in rural post-war Japan.
  • Ranma ½

    Ranma ½
    It is a manga series written and illustrated by Rumiko Takahashi, adapted and released to anime on April 15, 1989.
    The story revolves around Ranma Saotome, a 16-year-old who trains in martial arts. As a result of an accident during one of her trainings in which she fell into an enchanted pond in the Jusenkyo ponds, which causes her to become a woman every time she has contact with cold water, and, in order to return to her natural state As a man, he has to make contact with hot water.