Besides Sailor Moon, did you had other childhood cartoons/animes?
<p>OH BOY DID I <br/><br/><span data-src="https://31.media.tumblr.com/ff46401d53ff91959eeb0641eb68a557/tumblr_inline_n7rlkqxAQA1qzp9fv.gif" class="image-deferred"></span></p>
<p>Here’s just one of the several wonderful characters from the many Formative CLAMP Experiences <span>™</span><br/><br/>If Ginga Nagareboshi Gin, Candy Candy and Pokemon don’t count (one of the staple experiences for all finns, badly dubbed on anime on VHS’s) , my first subtitled anime was the super weird ANGELIC LAYER… my sister was (and is) a geek and to my excitement provided me not only with games but also ANIME… she gave me burned CD’s of the complete series of Angelic Layer, Magic Knight Rayearth, .hack://SIGN, Serial Experiment Lain and.. several episodes of many other things. (One of those CD’s had a few episodes of One Piece which turned out to become a Huge Thing For Me that spiralled out of control for like 4 years) (I was so desperate for anime that when I was twelve I saw my dad have a cd of this Super Cool Looking Anime called UROTSUKIDOJI THE LEGEND OF THE OVERFIEND… you can imagine how that went) (I watched it anyway) <br/><br/>Manga was way easier to get through straight up downloads so I started mostly reading stuff. After emule turned obsolete and I discovered the TORRENT there was no way of coming back, but I think during this time anime was Not Cool anymore and I took a several year break from it. I’m a good old weeaboo again nowadays though. And you can actually legally stream anime online nowadays, what the fuck kinda times we live in..!! <br/><br/>Fun fact, I watched Sailor Moon the Anime for the first time ever.. like three years ago. I read the manga when I was a kid, and before I could do that I read about EVERYTHING I could get on websites and saved every single easily downloadable transformation and attack videoclip and animated gif on floppy discs. I also had some SNES roms of the old arcade type games.. I saw Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon (the liveaction) when I was like 14 or something and it remains as the most important Sailor Moon experience for me. (If you are at all interested in drama shows and the Sailor Moon lore you should watch it…. the B-budget special effects repel away from what is a very touching story and well written characters. ) The anime was really fucking good, too, though. The manga not so much..?! </p>