All Ranma ½ released episodes
Soun Tendo gets quite a surprise when the son of his friend Genma Saotome that he's arranged for one of his daughters to marry turns out to be a girl...
Attending his first day at Furinkan High, Ranma encounters Akane's many would-be suitors.
Not realizing that Ranma and 'the pigtailed girl' are the same, Kuno is furious that he let the "cretin" slip away. His attention soon shifts to the red-haired one though, when she bests him in combat.
As Kuno continues his attempts to get a date with the 'pigtailed goddess', Ranma starts freaking out, while Nabiki smells money.
A solid beating from Akane brings Ranma to Dr. Tofu, who tries to help out the two teens' relationship, as well as Ranma's injuries.
Akane and Ranma are back at Dr. Tofu's when Kasumi shows up, causing Tofu to start acting like a loon out of love, something Akane doesn't handle well.
After years of searching, Ryoga Hibiki finally finds the person who ruined his life - Ranma Saotome. Now, if only Ranma could remember what the heck he did to make Ryoga so mad...
Ryoga finally manages to find Ranma again, and challenges him to a fight in the schoolyard. Unfortunately for Ranma, several outside parties have a vested interest in seeing him lose.
Akane's accidental haircut brings a temporary reprieve in Ranma and Ryoga's fighting. Stunned, she wanders off alone, thinking about the loss of the one thing that wasn't 'tomboyish' about her.
This show is what got me into anime. It's been a while since I watched it (though I'm thinking about watching it a third time soon) but I still remember just about every single episode. The show brings humor, drama and action. It has just about everything, and what it lacks, it doesn't need. The story is simple. A boy and his father falls into cursed springs in china, which causes the boy (Ranma) to transform into a girl when hit by cold water, and back when hit by hot water. The same goes for his dad, but he turns into a panda instead. I personally like the simplicity, which makes the show easy to get into, and it also makes it easy for you to skip an episode if you feel like it's not good (I've seen them all, though). The art is very old (1989-1992), but I feel like the art fits right in with the kind of anime that "Ranma ½" is. It's actually very good for a series that started in the late 80's. The OPs and EDs are nothing special, they're ok I guess. The music that plays during the fights and such is epic, though. It makes you feel like you're in the show itself, and I can't complain about it at all. Ranma himself, is an arogant and stubborn person who never gives up, and even let's his pride get in the way between him and his goals at times. He's a very enjoyable character anyway, and he provides the show with a bunch of comedic value. The other characters are amazing too. Kuno with his stupidity brings many smiles to my lips and Ryoga is the uncrowned king of getting lost. All the characters bring something special to the show (even though you at times feel like hitting something because of Happosai) and none of them could be replaced in my opinion. The enjoyment of this anime is just at top. The show never fails to amuse me and I can watch it over and over. Although "Ranma ½" was never finished, I still feel that it deserves a 9/10. And for the people unhappy about the ending in the anime since it never finished, I'd recommend reading the rest in the manga. It's totally worth it. Thanks for reading and feel free to leave feedback! THIS REVIEW IS VERY OLD, MY OPINIONS MAY HAVE CHANGED SINCE I WROTE IT!