New Video Series: Lobo’s List

Well, seeing as how “Top Ten” lists and such ilk seem to be all the rage on YouTube right now, I figured I might as well throw my hat in the ring as well. (Of course, I’m being a tad facetious: you all know me, popular trends are never the sole impetus for any of my projects!) Featuring selected anime topics which I find personally interesting, “Lobo’s List” will just be yours truly compiling ranked lists and sharing them in video installments between podcast episodes.

This first episode spotlights five underrated anime: Outlaw Star (1998), RahXephon (2002), Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water (1990–1991), El-Hazard: The Magnificent World (1995), and The Legend of Black Heaven (1999). In my book, they’re all gems worthy of both critical acclaim and casual viewing alike.

Hope you all enjoy! And in case you’re wondering, despite my other day-to-day obligations this won’t detract from my prior commitments with Did You Know Anime? and the podcast! More articles, episodes, and installments to come in the near future.

Until next time!

– J. G. Lobo

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About the author

J. G. Lobo

Majoring in film studies and minoring in fields related to communicative studies and English literature, J. G. Lobo graduated with honors from the University of Nebraska. In addition to his other filmic endeavors and academic ambitions, he has since begun viewing anime through various cinematographic and scholarly lenses while inviting others to do the same.

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