So I answered a question and shortly after the question was closed because it was opinion-based. Should I remove my answer? I answered the question neatly and precisely, and I can't find anything wrong with my answer. But should I delete it anyway? I've even gotten votes to delete my answer and I'm wondering if it would be the best course of action to delete.
Ordinarily, my advice would be to look through these eleven questions to find one where your answer would be more appropriate, then go through all of the answers to that question, and make sure none of them are substantially identical to your answer. If you could find such a question, and your answer would contribute something new there, then it might be appropriate to re-post it there. If you could not find such a question, I might advise you to post a new one and self-answer it.
However, in this case, much of your answer is duplicative of this answer, which goes into significantly greater depth about why people recommend watching the films in numerical order rather than release order or some other order. There's also this answer, which discusses the animated series in a fair amount of detail.
In short: Yes, I think you should delete your answer.