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Amon Saga

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When Amon was a young boy, his mother was viciously murdered by the masked emperor of the moving city Valhiss. Years later, a stronger Amon has returned to exact revenge and successfully manages to infiltrate the city above ground, only to come face to face with the beautiful kidnapped princess Lichia. Against all odds, Amon must now avenge his mother, destroy the evil emperor, and save the lovely princess all at the same time! The days are never dull in the life of a hero...

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Shunji OGA Director
Shigeaki SAEGUSA Music
Baku YUMEMAKURA Original Manga Creator
Shizuo SENGOKU Producer

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Amon Saga sothis 5.7/10 Nov 27, 2004

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Grunwald, an evil demon, is threatening the fantasy world of old, and only young Horus has the power to destroy him. Armed with the legendary Sword of the Sun (that he plucked from the shoulder of a rock monster, no less), Horus must make new friends (including the beautiful siren Hilda and a whole town full of villagers) and overcome treachery and hardships to defeat the evil Grunwald and restore peace to mankind!

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Another old-school fantasy-themed movie that will let you understand how even back in the days japanese animation had not to envy to mainstream western animated blockbuster.

On the contrary, you will probably find these films less chessy and more filled with contents than any other disneyan work of the same era.

Arion

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  • Movie (1 ep x 120 min)
  • 1986

In the ancient time of the gods, a son of the titans was born: Arion, borne of Demeter and Poseidon, the lord of the sea. After being kidnapped to the realm of the Underworld by Hades, Arion is sent on a mission to destroy Zeus, the lord of the heavens, in retribution for causing his mother's blindness. In his quest, he will gain new friends and face the powers of the gods themselves as he struggles to strike down Zeus and save the one he loves from the evil Apollo.

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Another old-school fantasy-themed movie that will let you understand how even back in the days japanese animation had not to envy to mainstream western animated blockbuster.

On the contrary, you will probably find these films less chessy and more filled with contents than any other disneyan work of the same era.

Bastard!!

Bastard!!

The Four Lords of Havoc have one terrible goal – to awaken the god Anthrasax and recreate the world. To stop them, Yoko, a maiden of Metallicana, awakens the ancient wizard Dark Schneider from within a 14-year old boy by bestowing upon him her virgin kiss. The only problem now is that the most chaotic, lecherous wizard in history resides inside the body of an innocent child. Even worse, he’s determined that neither hydras nor minotaurs should stand between him and his dream to conquer everyone and take the women for himself… all of which is less than convenient when trying to save the world!

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Both Bastard!! and Amon Saga have that same "sword & sorcery" feeing, and feature fantasy worlds in which monsters roam free and great tyrannical rulers try and conquer all the good and just nations of the world.

Of course, while in Amon Saga our hero is truly a hero who must face his trials in the usual way, in Bastard our hero simply beats the piss out of everything -- being so overpowering, he can just do whatever he pleases. Both of them, however, are out for revenge and have an archenemy that they want revenge on (who, in both cases, happens to be a tyrannical ruler out to conquer/destroy the entire world).

Five Star Stories

Five Star Stories
  • OVA (1 ep x 66 min)
  • 1989

The Joker Cluster is a group of 4 solar systems, inhabited by thousands of countries and millions of people. Amongst the kingdoms, men called Headd Liners pilot mecha known as Mortar Headd, which are also manned by fatima, android women who act as the bridge between the machine and its pilot. Ladios Sopp is a young man on his way to an android auction, where he hopes to retrieve a fatima from his past, Lachesis. But retrieving her will be no easy task, and along the way, he will meet new friends and make new enemies before reaching his goal.

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If you came from watching Amon Saga and want something more epic and interesting, check out Five Star Stories. Another fantasy full of characters and plot points, with interesting animation to boot.

Heroic Legend Of Arslan

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Ajna

Another old-school fantasy-themed show that will let you understand how even back in the days japanese animation had not to envy to mainstream western animated blockbuster.

On the contrary, you will probably find these films less chessy and more filled with contents than any other disneyan work of the same era.