List of Greatest Anime Openings for Otakon 2015

Here is our list of openings for the Greatest Anime Openings panel that we did at Otakon 2015. Apologies to the hundreds lined up who couldn’t get in, but you should be able to look up the openings based on the titles provided. If you have feedback to leave that you would like for us to see, go ahead and leave a comment here. If you have feedback to leave that you would like the Otakon staff to see, please post on the Otakon message boards, as they aren’t checking this page.

Links in red will take you to our podcast review of that title. If you’re wondering why some of the newer titles lack reviews, it’s because we write for Otaku USA Magazine, which likely contains our review either in its pages or on its website.

Galaxy Cyclone Braiger
Space Battleship Yamato
Dragon Ball Z OP1
Cowboy Bebop
Paranoia Agent
Attack on Titan OP1
Mobile Suit Gundam
Dirty Pair: Project EDEN
Mahoutsukai Sally (1989)
Magic Knight Rayearth OP3
Sailor Moon S
Fist of the North Star 2
Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure – Battle Tendency
Cromartie High School
City Hunter 2 OP2
Key the Metal Idol
Kill la Kill OP2
Azumanga Daioh
Kimagure Orange Road OP3
The Vision of Escaflowne
New Mobile Report Gundam Wing OP2
Death Parade
Majokko Meg-Chan
Kuroko’s Basketball Season 3
Slam Dunk OP1
Aim for the Ace
Tekkaman Blade OP1
Space Dandy
Gunsmith Cats
Revolutionary Girl Utena
Transformers Robots in Disguise (Japanese Ending)

Anime World Order Show # 138 – It Is The Dream Of Those Who Remember, Which Few Do

With Hama-con over and Otakon mere days away, we go over some of the major Anime Expo 2015 announcements (this takes 28 minutes) and Daryl reviews the now 20-year old OAV series El Hazard: The Magnificent World (invariably bringing up the original Tenchi Muyo! in the process).

Missed us? Think Clarissa didn’t say much this time around? That’s because she did four other podcasts while we were off doing convention procrastination preparation. On GME! Anime Fun Time she reviewed Mononoke, then over on the Pseudo Random podcast, she joins the crew for discussing Love, Chunibyo, and Other Delusions as well as Princess Tutu in two parts (Part 1 and Part 2), which you can compare and contrast with her AWO Princess Tutu review from…damn, eight years ago.

Our [Gerald’s] panels at Otakon 2015 are as follows:

Greatest Anime Openings Ever – Friday 7/24, 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM, AMV Theater (BCC 324-326)
Anime’s Appearances in Western Media – Saturday 7/25, 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM, Panel 5 (Hilton Holiday 4-6)