What is the one Anime that you hold so dear to you, yet nobody knows about? Explain why you like it so much, why you think it's obscure, and why you think that it needs more exposure. What do I mean by obscure, and to what extreme am I asking for? I imagine the term to be at least two of the following:
1. Among any group of 100 anime fans from your country, you are among the 7 at most to know of this show much less have seen it.
2. It's nearly impossible to find this show on a search engine without knowing it by name.
3. The marketing behind the show had (and may still have) the worst luck in finding its proper audience. Believe it or not, this nearly happened to Futurama and Family Guy, and it nearly killed Phineas and Ferb before that show began.
I hope that gives you an idea of the kind of personal favorite show I'm looking for.
For me personally, the most obscure show that absolutely needs more attention is Corrector Yui. It's a magical girl show, but... not exactly. Think of Sailor Moon or Card Captor Sakura in The Matrix. Yes, a "Magical Girl" in Cyberspace has to save the world that way since the villains (rouge A.I) can attack anything because Everything is Online...literally Everything. What else makes Yui so different? Most protagonists during her era would just hesitate to be the Chosen One for no real reason whereas Yui immediately accepted the part. Even today, you don't see many lead characters do that. The characters are just hilarious and fun to watch, the music is often relaxing and catchy despite the techno instrumentation, and the Cyberspace itself is just a very vast, exciting, and memorable ride with each episode.
Corrector Yui's original airing ran for 52 episodes from Apr 9, 1999 to Oct 20, 2000. Doesn't this time frame strike you as odd? It should since CCS, Sailor Moon, and The Matrix were huge hits in the United States at the time and Corrector Yui would have likely made a huge boom should it have been exported for Toonami to show it to the U.S.. The key words there are "should have been" since Corrector Yui made it into Latin America, but not the U.S.. Even worse, only 18 of the 52 episodes have ever been subbed into English. DA HELL?! Explain this atrocity please!