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Anime to leave you delightfully confused
List creator: RFelker
Created on: January 13, 2004 - 10:47 PM PST
Description: the title says it all! as always (but even more important with these titles) they should be watched in order. otherwise you'll be even more confused and much of the effect will be lost. enjoy!

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Serial Experiments Lain Vol. 1: Navi (1998)
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Not Rated
  cyberspace & online personae & drugs & hardware mods & hacking & deities & aliens & prophecy... oh my!
Neon Genesis Evangelion Collection 0:1 (1995)
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  hey what happened to nice simple mecha action? ^_^
Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion (1997)
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Not Rated
  this replaces the tv ending (ep 25 & 26) which many fans considered incomplete.
Revolutionary Girl Utena vol. 1: The Rose Collection 1 (1997)
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Not Rated
  not everyone will appreciate it (especially if you go into it looking for yuri), but if you have an appreciation for strange and revolutionary (sorry bad pun) anime, watch it! [see ivygirl's list for the order to rent]
Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Movie (2002)
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Not Rated
  same characters, different story, totally surreal and utterly confusing. is this hentai or a really deep story? you decide. may make you mad. don't watch until after the tv series.
Akira (Special Edition) (1988)
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  overrated in my opionion, but definitely fits the category... serious otaku should see this one anyway.
Trigun Vol. 1: The $$60,000,000,000 Man (1999)
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  you wouldn't expect it, but watch the whole series to see what i mean...

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