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No.5575

We should try to make a list of anime with a social critique, a life lesson or any kind of important message that make more than just for fun.

I can think of:
-Serial Experiments Lain
-Texhnolyze
-Kaiba
-Kaiji
-Kino no Tabi
-Evangelion
-Psycho-Pass
-The Tatami Galaxy
-Paranoia Agent
-Death Note
-Shinsekai Yori
-Haibane Renmei
-Planetes*
-Monster
-Eve no Jikan
-Welcome to the N.H.K.*
-Death Parade*

* = maybe?

  No.5577

>>5575
>literally every anime ever

you just described the whole purpose of fiction, lainon

  No.5578

I disagree. Evangelion only teaches people that being an emo kid is socially acceptable, because in the end, it doesn't really matter. This is not a life lesson, but rather very bad misguidance.

  No.5581

>>5575
Watamote

  No.5584

Code geass

  No.5585

Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei

  No.5594

Evangelion isn't a social critique, doesn't have a life lesson, or any kind of important message.

Unless the message is that a well-known anime can be absolutely raw liquid feces.

Death parade was a story that didn't know what it was about, and ultimately never concluded.

I haven't seen anything else on the list, except lain, which I haven't finished because it's almost mind numbingly bad.

  No.5601

>>5594
It was a critique directed to the otaku, nobody got it

  No.5917

>>5581
>Watamote
Yes.