What is the longest anime series out there?

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What is the longest anime series out there??

  • Aug 09, 2005

Inuyasha-FAN

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ummm im thinking inuyasha its like 126 episodes and 3 movies (soon to be four)

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Kori

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Well, Sailor Moon has 200 episodes. And then there are some movies and a few special episodes as well.

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DBZ is very long series, but not sure if it's longest.

  • Aug 09, 2005
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The whole of dragon ball including db dbz and dbgt is the longest one i can think of but their might be longer

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Sailormoon...
about 200 episode...
but i guess naruto is gonna make a new record....

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yea naruto is going to going on for a really long time. Bleach is another one that should get up in like the 100s or maybe even 200s if we are lucky

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Dirty

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too many steps ahead.

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Crayon Shin-Chan [1992]

394 episodes.

Attempting to escape the matrix...

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AniDemon

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The stampede is coming!

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inuyasha i think 167 eps

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Crayon shin-chan is quite long... it has around 394 episodes I think. Although it's quite old and more of a kiddies show. Oh and I've heard of some anime which had 1000+ episodes but the episodes were very short (10ish minutes)

  • Aug 09, 2005

Keough

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I've always thought it was One Piece, Pokemon, and DBZ

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inuyasha, dragon ball, naruto and detective conan is around 450 episodes for now

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  • Aug 09, 2005
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Well the two biggest anime are

[Doraemon 1979] 2000+ episodes + movies
http://anidb.info/perl-bin/animedb.pl?show=anime&aid=1078

[Sazae-san] 4000+ episodes
http://anidb.info/perl-bin/animedb.pl?show=animelist&adb.search=sazae

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LOL dargonballz would be the longest that i know of or naruto in the near future LOL

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It's all the poor things that are long..
Like Pokemon, Digimon etc.
but i was thiking of naruto until Hazuki said what he said...

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i think the anime which has >200 eps is bored

  • Aug 09, 2005

Akaiken

Akaiken

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Dragon Ball Saga. From Son Goku being a child up to him being the legendary Saiyajin...

That's Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Z, and Dragon Ball GT.

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I think it would be either dragonball or meitantei conan

  • Aug 09, 2005

saiyijinprince

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Quote by HazukiWell the two biggest anime are

[Doraemon 1979] 2000+ episodes + movies
http://anidb.info/perl-bin/animedb.pl?show=anime&aid=1078

[Sazae-san] 4000+ episodes
http://anidb.info/perl-bin/animedb.pl?show=animelist&adb.search=sazae

OMG!!! wtf, i wonder how much the dvd collection would cost XD

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toru07

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Pokemon is more than 700 eps. already and still is under production, I wonder when will they stop. :nya:

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Pokemon for sure, although it's not 700 eps already, just 400-something so far, counting the end as the end of the new season the one with 350 pokemon.

  • Aug 09, 2005

Minimoshi

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Pokemon has no end? Oo
One Piece with more als 200 episode still an good anime

See You Next Time Space Cowboy

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Quote by toru07Pokemon is more than 700 eps. already and still is under production, I wonder when will they stop. :nya:

I agree, Pokemon is far longer than Dragon Ball series.

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Yeah Pokemon is the longest i think.
But Naruto is very long and ongoing, too.

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