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Good Endings
List creator: butterflydreaming
Created on: August 23, 2004 - 8:05 AM PDT
Description: To love anime, I've had to learn to accept ambiguous endings. But sometimes, a series actually wraps things up in a finished way. These are the ones I've seen.

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Now and Then, Here and There vol.1: Discord and Doom (1999)
Not Rated
  Although a dark and disturbing series, it resolves in a manner that is uplifting, but not in a fluffy, unbelievable way.
Generator Gawl vol. 1: Human Heart, Metal Soul (1998)
Not Rated
  A major reason why I like this anime is that the story had a beginning, middle, and ending.
If I See You In My Dreams - OVA Series (2003)
Not Rated
  It's a romance, with a romantic (sweet) ending. What happened with the TV series, I do not know.
Jubei-Chan the Ninja Girl: Secret of the Lovely Eyepatch Vol. 1 - A Legend Reborn (2000)
  There are times when I think that this show is deceptively deep. Mostly, it's just fun and silly. But I was actually surprized by the events in the ending battle!
RahXephon Vol. 1: Threshold (2003)
Not Rated
  Succeeds where Evangelion did not, at least in terms of the ending. It's brainy, though.
Samurai Deeper Kyo Vol. 1: The Demon Awakens (2003)
Not Rated
  There is an absolutely yell-out-loud moment in the very end; my friend and I went wild! The actually ending is a Lady-or-Tiger, but it still works.
Strawberry Eggs (I My Me!) Vol. 1: Make-Up Exam (2002)
  The four discs seem too short for this interesting series, but the ending has a realistic quality.
Kino's Journey Vol. 1: Idle Adventurer (2004)
  Thirteen episodes develope Kino's character and create a vivid, believable world. Of course I want more. The series is bookended, and ties up well.
Dual Vol. 1: Visions (2000)
Not Rated
Last Exile Vol. 1: First Move (2003)
Not Rated

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