Which anime series are you watching?

A&¢s Childs Institute has released its top picks for the 20 best anime series of all time.

Among them are the critically acclaimed A Certain Magical Index, which won the 2016 Manga Taisho award and has been dubbed “The Best Animated Film Ever” by the Wall Street Journal, and the award-winning One Piece, which has been described as the “best anime series ever made.”

Here’s a look at some of the top choices:A Certain Magical: The Index no Daisakusen (1996)In 1996, when I was a child, I watched A Certain Movie: The Battle of the Millennium Heroes in which a man named Luffy fought an evil pirate who had stolen the power of the Thousand Sunny.

The movie was a hit, but my mother had been sick for a while and had to be hospitalized.

But I loved it.

The series, created by Masayoshi Son and directed by Akira Toriyama, is set in the future after the war and Luffy and his crew have returned from a long exile.

I loved the fact that Luffy was a badass and was always willing to help others, despite the fact he was the most useless of all the Straw Hats.

A Certain Scientific Railgun (1997)I was in grade school when this series came out.

The show was a bit more realistic and focused on the human body and its effects on a ship, and there was a lot of science involved.

I remember being a little overwhelmed by how cool it was, and how realistic it was.

A Dog’s Purpose (1998)I saw this series when I first started to become a kid, but it was so much more.

The premise was that the crew of the USS Ponce had accidentally brought the planet to the brink of extinction, and were forced to evacuate to a safe haven to save it.

There was a good mix of action, adventure, comedy, and tragedy, and was really well-written.

The art style was beautiful and the characters were all incredibly expressive.

The Empire Strikes Back (1999)I love this show because of the way it was made.

The film was so unique and fun to watch, and because of that, it’s probably my favorite movie of all-time.

It’s about the rise of the Empire of Japan and the conflict between the Emperor and his son, Tarkin.

The story itself is a very different one than the one in the film, and is full of great action scenes and memorable characters.

Ikki Tohsaka’s Natsu Ryouiki: The Girl Who Lived (2001)I didn’t get to watch this series until after I was in my early twenties, but I was still so young that it was amazing to see a movie with a strong female lead, and to see the series get so much attention in Japan.

The series revolves around a girl named Natsu who, after witnessing the tragic death of her grandfather, has decided to go into a training camp in the desert to hone her skills.

She eventually falls in love with the man she wants to marry, and falls in with the crew in the hopes of becoming an Emperor himself.

She has to deal with the problems and conflicts of the military, and she’s able to overcome them by fighting to protect her friends and her family.

The setting is beautiful and unique.

I’m still trying to find out what to watch for in my favorite anime, but the ones that are really exciting and I feel are worth picking up are Ikki Tahmose and Kousuke Urai’s One Piece.

The shows are both really unique and interesting, and they’re both very funny.