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Another good anime in the genre is Laputa: The Castle In The Sky.
Nadia is my favorite because it is based (loosely) on Jules Verne's 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea but throws in much more adventure and technology.
Steam technology, big airship battles, single-seater airplane couriers, high-tech robot things hunting people, etc. I've only seen one disc so far, but I enjoyed it.
A very popular series that my wife and I enjoyed a lot. More in the vein of magic steampunk than pure technology steampunk.
Too bad it remains one of the most underrated and overlooked arcs of the Gundam saga.
whole thing used to be available on youtube.
torrent is around for those less scrupulous folks.
I was a little frustrated and confused by the very last episode, but overall 5 stars.
"The vision of Escaflowne" is an absolute must for any fan of Magic/fantasy Steampunk. (Magical Mechas ftw!)
Also, try Phil & Kaja Fogilos "Girl Genius" at http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/ . While Not anime or manga, it's one of the best steampunk comics around.
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