50 Best Anime of All Time Ranking (Worse to Best)

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Many individuals have developed a growing interest in Japanese animated shows, popularly known as Anime. In this article, I have compiled a list of the top 50 Best Animes of All Time that any anime lover, including newbies to the genre, should see.

The most thrilling aspect of viewing an anime is anticipating how it will conclude. While some series run for years and contain hundreds of episodes, others are only one season long, and it’s easy to get caught up in anticipation of finally knowing how a tale will conclude. So I  hope you decide which of them you’re going to start viewing first.

50. Tokyo Revengers

It’s a Shonen Manga, to be precise. Nevertheless, it is no secret that Shonen anime programs have a more extensive fan base due to the action and intense sequences they contain. 

Not to mention that Tokyo Revengers is about a group of criminals, which means there will be plenty of battle sequences.

49. Charlotte

I can say Charlotte is most likely a 3 (out of 5) star anime, if not a 2. However, of course, to find out, I’d have to watch it again. 

But, if I didn’t consider the show as a whole, it would receive 4 (out of 5) stars because each episode was fantastic on its own

Anyway, it has a touch of comedy added to it—a sure watch for you, not a very sure recommendation for all viewers, though.

48. Seraph of the End

This show is fantastic! If you think Anime and Vampires don’t mix, think again. With a fascinating adventure (and some reasonably decent narrative twists along the way), you’ll be hooked from the beginning. You’ll appreciate this if you like dystopian settings, exciting combat, and exciting characters.

47. That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime.

That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime is a 2018 anime series based on Fuse’s light novel series. The story involves a man who is killed and resurrected as a slime named Rimuru in another universe. 

Mikami Satoru, a lonely 37-year-old stuck in a dead-end profession, is dissatisfied with his humdrum life, but after dying at the hands of a thief, he wakes up in a fantasy realm as a slime monster.

His experiences with the other monsters set off a chain of events that will transform his new environment forever as he adjusts to his goopy new existence.

46. Neon Genesis Evangelion

Starting this movie in 2015, 15 years after the massive disaster that killed half of the world’s population, a new danger has arisen. Mystery intruders known as “Angels” have begun attacking humanity. 

Because it depicts a magnificent picture of the Apocalypse which could be appealing, I urge you to look at it.

The Third Impact, which occurs in the feature film “The End of Evangelion,” is not only an aesthetically stunning conclusion. This impact is also one of the most ambitious and rewarding anime endings I’ve ever seen.

45. High School DxD

High School DxD is an intriguing movie; the school is a private high school located in Dallas, Texas Ichiei Ishibumi wrote, and Miyama-Zero illustrated the DXD light book series in Japan. After being killed on his first date, Issei Hyoudou is resurrected as a Devil by Rias Gremory.

This particular Rias Gremory, a high-level demon who is also the prettiest female on Issei’s campus, employs him as an underling.

44. Death Parade

Humans either go to eternal nothingness or are reincarnated after death. However, when it’s unclear where to put some stray souls, they end up at bar Quindecim. Here they have no recollection of having died.

If you’re seeking a quick answer to the question of whether or not Death Parade is worth viewing, the answer is yes. 

When it comes to the people Decim judges at Quindecim bar, you get snatches of their lives as their memories come flooding back.

 43. Erased

The plot follows Satoru Fujinuma, a young guy from Chiba who has the power “Revival,” which allows him to travel back in time and stop life-threatening tragedies from happening again.

Even though it is a Manga and has a fast pace, it is a superb 12-episode animation. Also, this Anime brings the manga to life with its excellent soundtrack and voicing, and breathtaking sceneries. It also wields a suspenseful plot and well-developed characters.

42. The Devil is a Part-timer

The Devil is a Part-Timer concentrates on the everyday exploits of its primary characters rather than fights and drama. As a result, it’s a lighthearted anime with a lot of laughs.

The Devil Is a Part-timer is a fun comedy program with a little bit of a story, and it’s a fantastic show to sit back and watch simply.

41. Kuroko’s Basketball

Kuroko no Basket, in summary, tells a simple but delightful story. There’s nothing spectacular here, but there’s also nothing horrible.

 Although it is hardly a visual masterpiece, several episodes did provide a pleasant vibe thanks to the great animation.

Kuroko’s Basketball is sometimes referred to as “this generation’s Slam Dunk,” implying that it is the ultimate basketball animation of the decade.

However, if you compare ‘slam dunk‘ with it, Kuroko’s Basketball is unquestionably the superior Anime.

40. Slam Dunk

Slam Dunk is an anime series based on Takehiko Inoue’s Manga of the same name. The series, directed by Nobutaka Nishizawa and produced by Toei Animation, ran on TV Asahi from October 16, 1993, to March 23, 1996. 

Slam Dunk is a fantastic anime, with everything from basketball passion to comedy, plot, and execution. For all sports fans, this series is a must-see. 

Even if you’ve never liked Basketball before, this series will convert you. That’s how good it is. However,’ ‘Real’ is another classic, but it takes a more diversified and compassionate approach to storytelling than Slam Dunk.

It concentrates on the lives of disabled players rather than the non-disabled sportsmen that are more frequently represented in the genre.

39. The Rising of the Shield Hero

The animation is of good quality. Despite some ethically dubious actions, the plot is highly riveting and makes you root for the main character in his uphill battle. Myne/Malty, the antagonist, is one of the most despised (in a good way) villains since Dolores Umbridge. 

The storyline of “The Rising of the Shield Hero” has made it famous. Citrus Studios employs the “Zero to Hero” plotline, which is the most popular Otaku. Naruto, Bleach, Boku No Hero Academia, and others are examples of Anime with similar storylines.

38. Food Wars; Shokugeki No Soma

This is why each year, only a small number of students graduate from the program. Instead, the academy’s students are given the authority to start a food war with other students or alumni. 

Wagers might be placed on items such as cooking utensils, research society facilities, or even expulsion from school. 

The series follows the exploits of Soma Yukihara, who enrolls in an elite institute in an attempt to outperform his father’s culinary abilities and become a better chef.

The majority of the series is at Totsuki Saryo Cooking Institute, a prestigious culinary school in Tokyo, Japan. However, when it comes to their pupils, the institute is said to be adamant. 

37. Toradora

The romantic comedy manga series centers around Ryuji Takasu, who is friendly and unselfish, and Taiga Aisaka, fierce and short-tempered. 

The names of the two central protagonists, Taiga Aisaka and Ryji Takasu, inspired the title Toradora! Ryuji Takasu is the series’ main character.

He is a second-year high school student who constantly attempts to appear his best but is discouraged by his efforts. 

Toradora! is a beautiful coming-of-age romance. The character development beautifully highlights the difference between what kids think love is and how it is after you meet the right person for whom you’d do anything.

A lovely slice-of-life anime is narrated through Ryuji and Taiga, likely to sweep you off your feet with animation that complements the tale. I would recommend this for the ladies, ‘grins.’

36. Is it Wrong to Try to Pick up Girls in a Dungeon?

Is Trying to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon Wrong? DanMachi, or DanMachi for short, is an anime based on a light novel series of the same name. 

This light-novel series, written by Fujino Omori and drawn by Suzuhito Yasuda, was first published on January 15, 2013. On August 2, 2013, the manga adaption was released. 

In my opinion, the designers did the voice work and characters quite well, and the animation is rather good. 

I probably would have watched this show regardless of the title’s pretensions, but now that I’ve seen it, I’ll be waiting with bated breath for the next episode every week! Much affection.

35. Fairy Tail

The fillers are the component of Fairy Tail that causes the most debate among fans. Fairy Tail contains 63 fillers in total, accounting for around 19% of the total. 

Some fans adore them, while others consider them a waste of time. If you want to watch Fairy Tail without the fillers but want to know what they’re all about, use the guide below to figure out which ones are worth your time! 

Fairy Tail is an anime that many otakus have a love-hate connection with. On the one hand, it features beautifully drawn and coordinated conflicts, but it lacks a compelling storyline in which the characters engage in dumb behavior.

Despite its flaws, the show is noteworthy and features one of the best RPG mechanisms in Anime. The characters are appealing, and the music is enjoyable to listen to.

Yki Tabata is the owner of the Japanese comic series Black Clover. Nevertheless, since February 16, 2015, it has been published in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine and collected into 22 tankobon volumes. 

Asta is a minor child who appears to be born without any magical abilities, something unknown in the world in which he lives. Nevertheless, Asta aims to become the next Wizard King with the help of his fellow Black Bulls magicians. 

Many people claim that Black Clover is a rip-off of other popular Shonen anime. Though it contains all of the aspects that have made Shonen so successful, Black Clover is still a fun trip.

34. Overlord

Overlord is not your typical isekai Anime because the protagonist turns out to be a villain! However, I doubt you’ll be able to stay sane if you’re confined to a video game for the rest of your life. 

The series depicts Momonga, a devoted gamer, and his exploits as he becomes stuck inside a Dive Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game. 

I recommend this series for action-loving fans who want harsh fight sequences and are willing to put up with some profanity. In addition, Overlord paints a distinct picture, complete with well-developed characters.

Due to their attention to the side characters and some superb voice acting, the creators succeed in creating a universe that feels complete. 

The fantastic character design artwork successfully retains the idea of the DMMORPG world that the show is creating.

The animation does a fantastic job of making the figures, especially the skeletons, move fluidly and realistically.

When compared to the rest of the series, the complete 180-degree change in the main characters’ demeanor from the first episode is an intriguing progression to see.

33. No Game No Life

Shiro and Sora, as gaming masterminds, set out to conquer every player in the strange universe to face off against the god of games himself. 

Shiro and Sora set out to defeat every player in the bizarre universe to face the god of games himself as gaming masterminds.

Nevertheless, the plot centers around two gaming prodigy siblings who set out to defeat the deity himself. No Game, No Life is a must-see for everyone who likes isekai and sci-fi anime. 

No Game, No Life has a somewhat predictable plot. You know the siblings are unstoppable and will always triumph.

However, in this Anime, it is the voyage rather than the destination that is important. It’s all about Shiro and Sora’s winning techniques and how they do it. 

No Game, No Life has a lively animation. It’s not your typical Anime, and it’s rather enjoyable to watch.

32. FullMetal Alchemist

It’s a fantastic show! The fantastic adventure story sets in an intriguing and well-developed alternate reality universe, featuring two brothers you care about deeply. There are a slew of additional endearing characters as well.

Young brothers Edward and Alphonse Elric pay the price for trying human transmission. They practice a forbidden act of alchemy, and therefore lose a left limb and a physical body, respectively. 

Edward, Alphonse’s older brother, gave his right arm to fasten Alphonse’s soul to a suit of armor while also receiving metal limbs known as “automail” and becoming a state alchemist. 

Both brothers have set off on a quest to find the Philosopher’s Stone, which will help them solve their predicament. However, they quickly discover a nationwide plot involving the Philosopher’s Stone. 

Though there is another version of this show called FullMetal Alchemist: B, it never waters down the uniqueness of this one. For viewers who are in relationships, this is a good one for those romantic movie night outs. 

31. My Hero Academia

My Hero Academia has the potential to be one of the best anime shows of all time. Nevertheless, this show is unquestionably in my top ten Anime and even television shows. I even opine that you don’t have to be a lover of Anime to enjoy this show. 

This show has a vibe about it that makes you want to binge until you drop from the first five minutes.

30. Steins; Gate

Steins; Gate is a time-traveling anime series. Its actual brilliance, though, is that it concentrates on the concept and consequences of time travel. 

Steins; Gate follows the dramatic and eccentric Okabe Rintaro, sometimes known as “Hououin Kyouma.” He is a passionate scientist who operates the Future Gadget Laboratory with his childhood friend Mayuri and his hacker pal Daru.

It’s an epitome of sci-fi anime, with suspense luring you in. Also, it leads you on a strange trip filled with bizarre decisions and situations that frequently take unexpected turns. 

Steins; Gate is a well-thought-out plot that is expertly executed. In addition, the plot is fascinating since the characters and backgrounds are well-established. 

A story about time travel is likely to be complicated, but Steins; Gate does a beautiful job of expressing and dealing with its complications. Also, Steins; Gate is known for its odd and colorful personalities.

Steins; Gate is divided into two seasons; meanwhile, the series’ major topic is around making decisions (including time travel) and the consequences of those decisions.

Most viewers are confused by the end of the first season. The OVAs and the film both contribute significantly to the plot.

29. Neon Genesis Evangelion

In this movie, not everything is given out in front of you in a single internal dialogue, which improves the plot. It also has action, which people enjoy.

The fights between the Evas and the Angels are breathtaking to watch. Also, the thought that goes into them and how people come to try to defeat an Angel add to the spectacle. 

There are martial arts series, and sagas focused on the battle in Anime. In addition, there are stories about coming of age and interplanetary adventures.

28. Dragon Ball

For newcomers to the anime world, Dragon Ball is a rite of passage. So it’s no surprise that we all wanted to be Saiyans! Dragon ball is so popular worldwide, so much so that Japan even has a holiday dedicated solely to the franchise and its protagonist Goku called Goku Day. How interesting can that be! 

If a new Dragon Ball Super film is revealed, I’d be lying if I said I wouldn’t shout like a fanboy. 

The spectacular fight scenes encouraged a generation of anime fans to try Kamehameha attacks. Additionally, the rich, diverse array of characters is both entertaining and engaging to watch. 

When it comes to the art and animation of this two-decade-old series, you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how well it holds up against modern animation.

Dragon Ball is arguably the most well-known anime series of all time. 

These classy fight scenes have triggered a generation of anime fans to try the standard versions of these attacks. Also, the succulent, varying personalities of characters is pure magic and still very much creates an absolutely scintillating watch.

27. Laid-Back camp

This Anime follows a group of youthful outdoor activity/camping enthusiasts with varying levels of expertise doing what they love. 

That’s a fantastic relationship with the title. Although they didn’t do anything spectacular, but then again, it didn’t have to. So if you’re looking for something relaxed, this is the place to be. 

After a tough week of school or work, a vacation can be just what you need. What about going camping?

 It is not a bad idea to travel and explore somewhere outside of the city. 

Yuru Camp is undoubtedly one of the most peaceful animes available, providing spectators with a traveling and camping experience. Additionally, it is set in Yamanashi and its surrounding prefectures, where one of the most well-known landmarks is located.

26. Noragami

The show is well-animated, with a charming cast and an engaging premise. Noragami is a fantastic anime that any anime fan should watch. The story revolves around the interwoven lives of two individuals.

Hiyori is a senior girl, whileYato is a deity of misfortune and a god of war.

This Anime is excellent because it adds humor to a story and plot that is usually quite serious.

Noragami is built on a strange but intriguing notion. However, blending different explanations that do not stretch out the plot. Additionally, the voice actors are spot-on for their roles. 

The series follows Yato, a self-proclaimed “Delivery God” who wishes to be worshiped by many people.

However, because he is not a well-known divinity, he lives a mundane existence doing different menial duties. That notwithstanding, when Yato meets Hiyori Iki, a middle school girl, his destiny is changed forever

25. Kana Akatsuki’s Violet Evergarden

It’s a fantastic anime because it is empathic, sentimental, and runs at a nice pace.

Also, its fantastic backstories, fantastic character designs, and personalities, fantastic animation, and art, provide great reasons for people wanting to rent dolls. Additionally, it is a fantastic dramatic anime that I highly suggest to everybody.

24. Your Lie in April

Your Lie in April is still regarded as one of the most moving Animes of the previous ten years. 

Although it was released in 2014, Your Lie in April is still regarded as one of the most emotionally charged Anime in recent memory. 

Overall, Your Lie in April is a fantastic anime that I thoroughly enjoy. In addition, it has one of the best final episodes of any anime I’ve seen so far.

This is one I strongly suggest you watch if you enjoy good music or want to see an emotional narrative that will tug at your heartstrings

23. Clannad

It’s most likely the family part, as that’s how you get to Clannad after a Story and learn about previous generations’ parenting approaches. 

Most anime couples don’t even stay together for more than one episode, so this was a breath of fresh air that went even beyond.

Clannad’s music is one of the main reasons for its ability to make people cry because it is so perfectly matched to the moments, and the timing is so flawless that no other word can explain it better than perfect.

Clannad has since become one of the unique anime series I’ve ever seen, a masterpiece, in my opinion.

22. Parasyte: The Maxim.

If you’re not a lover of body horror, I wouldn’t recommend that you watch this entire series in one sitting because it features strange human body modifications and large blood splatters. 

The soundtrack is also frightening, and it goes well with the animation. 

Parasyte is a sci-fi, horror, and psychological Manga that can be pretty bleak at times. The plot revolves around a parasite-like alien entity that requires a human host to survive.

In addition, Parasyte strikes the ideal blend of wit, entertainment, and oddly wholesomeness. 

Character growth is gradual as the plot progresses, and the charismatic characters are matched with terrific action scenes. 

It’s a mix of science fiction, body horror, and a dash of romance thrown in for good measure. 

This mash-up of genres turns out to be the right recipe for Parasyte, an incredibly captivating anime! 

Every single scene of the Anime will have you glued to your screen from the first to the last episode.

There is an uneasy sensation even in its seemingly innocuous moments since you never know what may come next. 

21. Abunai Sisters:Koko & Mika

There isn’t one flaw when it comes to plot.

It’s about two large-breasted bimbos who happen to be secret spies. 

They get themselves into mischief with the two bad guys, a woman with a huge head and her lackey, who either tries to kill them or steal their “Boobie Stones.” The “Boobie Stones,” yes, you read that correctly.

It is not a personal favorite though, nevertheless, it deserves to be on this list.

20. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion

Suppose you’re seeking an anime similar to Code Geass in terms of the main character’s overall attitude and personality. Because the mysterious power acquisition, strong notions of justice, and excellent tactical play are to reckon with. In that case, Death Note is the closest match.

Yes, this movie is a classic. But I will as well love it if you take out some time to check it out.

The series’ viewers have favorably welcomed the character of Lelouch, and he has appeared in several anime polls

Animage magazine’s annual Anime Grand Prix declared Lelouch the most popular male character of 2006, 2007, and 2008, and Newtype magazine ranked him the best Anime male character of the decade. 

Despite his brutality, Lelouch is proven to be a caring, dedicated friend who is kind. One of the reasons Code Geass is the best Anime ever is the capacity to connect with such a complicated character as Lelouch.

19. Assassination Classroom

The story depicts the daily life of a powerful octopus-like being who works as a junior high homeroom teacher. Also, it covers his students who are dedicated to assassinating him to save Earth from destruction.

Although the title of this Anime suggests a nasty and possibly lame want-to-be thriller, Assassination Classroom is a very excellent and touching drama.

It begins as a lighthearted comedy, but throughout two seasons, it transforms into something truly spectacular.

Watching this movie, you might develop feelings for a species that destroyed the moon and appears to be preparing to do the same to the Earth. 

Assassination Classroom strikes a lovely mix between being lighthearted and having tear-jerking moments.

However, it achieves a charming balance between terrifying events and amusing individuals.

I recommend this classic to anyone who loves action and a bit of tension without being stuck in a whirlpool of blood; it is well worth the watch.

18. Haikyuu

The fact that Haikyuu! has so many characters is a plus. also, fans can root for the preliminary squad as well as other teams. 

Each character has a distinct personality that adds to the enjoyment of the story. Besides, even if there are enemies, they aren’t as nasty as they appear in the game. 

Haikyuu is one of the most popular sports anime, based on Haruichi Furudate’s manga about volleyball. 

On the contrary, it not only gets your heart pounding because you’re watching high-intensity bouts, but it also depicts each character’s exciting storylines. 

Thankfully, Haikyuu!! is appealing and eye-catching in every way.

Further, the visual design is excellent, and the animation is fluid, which aids the scenes of actual volleyball matches. Certainly, this will be  a good one to watch, especially for volleyball lovers 

17. Tokyo Ghoul

Tokyo Ghoul was designed for folks who enjoy dark fantasy. Consequently, if you enjoy all things terrifying and don’t mind a little blood and gore, this is the show for you. 

The series also features some beautiful artwork and exciting action scenes. 

Also, the animation and visuals of Tokyo Ghoul are notable.

The music and voice acting in this Anime lend a lot to the story’s complexity. Hence, the series is a fantastic concept that any horror lover will enjoy, mainly when it includes a good, dark narrative like this one.

16. Hunter x Hunter

Hunter X Hunter is well worth your time. It has several interesting significant characters, and when all of their aims and subplots are taken into account, the story becomes even more surprising, which is enough to keep your attention. 

The show ticks all of the boxes on the checklist when it comes to drama, mystery, comedy, and action.

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In the movie, character powers are logical and make sense. This show is not at all like other programs where the main character is usually overpowering. 

For one thing, Gon has a history of losing high-profile fights. Hunter X Hunter also includes what is perhaps the best power/combat system in Anime today.

15. EX-ARM

EX-ARM follows Akira Natsume, a high school student who fears electronic devices yet is skilled at repairing them.

He is, nevertheless, unsatisfied with himself for being ordinary and wishes to improve.

The worst aspect of the movie is that they utilized the same shot too many times without bothering to capture fresh viewpoints.

 Many episodes have strange zoom-ins and zoom-outs. They zoom in so quickly that simply viewing it makes the Anime unintentionally funny. Some of the characters have mediocre voice acting

14. Re: Zero-Starting Life in Another World

It’s certainly worth your time to watch Re: Zero. One of the best aspects of this Anime is the story, and the main character’s growth is seen as the show develops.

Another thing that keeps you hooked on the Anime is the complicated interactions between the characters. 

Those who felt the anime story was wrecked after only half of the episodes are in for a rude awakening!

Nevertheless, week after week, the quality of this animation improves. It’s a roller coaster of emotions. This spectacular adventure is not to be missed by anime fans.

 Everybody’s dream is to see a helpless youngster fighting to do the right thing and then returning from death to redeem his faults. Subaru, the main character, is a character with whom you will fall in love

13. Hanoka –Kun

Jibaku Shounen Hanako-Kun may appeal to a more specialized audience, but this is a safe suggestion that I can make to everyone in today’s society.

For a supernatural comedy, the show understands precisely what it wants to be from the start and isn’t hesitant to go overboard.

12. Mob Psycho 100

Although it only lasted two seasons, Mob Psycho 100 remains one of the best anime series of the decade, with even its “worst” episodes being fantastic. 

Mob Psycho 100 is one of the best anime series to come out in the previous ten years. However, the Anime is based on the same-named manga by ONE. 

The comedy and action in Mob Psycho 100 are in a healthy balance.

Furthermore, all bouts are incredible, with a strong combination of physical and psychic strikes that keep things exciting and give the show more leeway in its clashes than, say, One-Punch Man or even Dragon.

Mob Psycho 100 had approximately 1.2 million copies in circulation as of July 2016.

Additionally, the comic was awarded the 62nd Shogakukan Manga Award in the shōnen category in 2017. 

Mob Psycho 100 was voted one of the finest Anime of the 2010s by Polygon in November 2019, while Crunchyroll included it in their “Top 25 best anime of the 2010s” list.

11. Detective Conan

In the English version, Shinichi Kudo, or Jimmy Kudo, is a high school detective who gets converted into a child while investigating a secret organization and solves multiple cases while impersonating his childhood best friend’s father and a few other people characters. 

Detective Conan is one of the most extended anime series, and it succeeds in maintaining suspense throughout. 

It, however, offers a complicated storyline with interesting and charismatic characters that will keep you watching the show. 

The plot of the series is engaging, with a slick graphic style that adapts to the times, giving it a more modern appearance as time passes.

10. Pokemon

This series is generally regarded as one of the most popular anime series. This show is an embodiment of entertainment, adventure, action, and moral lessons. 

Overall, this show is a lot of fun and highly fantastic; I look forward to a new episode every week, and I’d recommend it to anyone who hasn’t watched the Pokemon Anime before.

9. One Punch man

One-Punch Man is an action-comedy anime about Saitama who is “simply a hero for fun” in a world where monsters and heroes are plentiful. 

Saitama, the Anime’s titular One-Punch Mantremendous,’s strength leads to some incredibly inventive battle sequences. However, the Anime features a diverse cast of characters that add to the wild brawls that ensue.

8. Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure

The power system and cast of characters are both unique and entertaining. The show’s overall cycle is very repetitive, but thanks to the several variants on the stand (the characters’ special abilities), it never feels stale. 

JoJo always finds a way to win by ingenuity and outplaying his opponent based on the rules of “Stands,” similar to how Saitama in “One Punch Man” always defeats the enemy with a single punch. 

It’s a delightfully funny show that doesn’t pretend to be serious, which is part of what makes it so enjoyable. Although I don’t have to worry about losing my position in the show if I pick it up and put it down anytime I want.

7. Cowboy Bebop

This is yet another interesting one. Cowboy Bebop takes you on a voyage across space in a futuristic universe that exhibits human emotions in a rudimentary manner. 

The series is set in the year 2071 and has twenty-six episodes. It recounts the adventures of a bounty hunter crew aboard the Bebop, a starship. 

Cowboy Bebop has one key benefit of storytelling: it goes right to the point in terms of the plot and doesn’t leave you hanging to find out more about the show’s heroes.

Although the series performs an excellent job with character development, it places a high value on each character’s backstory.

Also, the show achieves a tremendous high in not only delivering an adventure and action-packed plot to the audience. Additionally, it also pays close attention to character relationships and world-building.

The series’ soundtrack is a unique blend of blues, vintage rock, and jazz.

 At first glance, this may appear to be an odd choice for the science-fiction genre of the series. Still, when you consider the key characters’ views and personal journeys, you’ll notice how effectively the music matches their personalities.

Finally, the show’s universe seamlessly blends the sci-fi concept of space travel with the civilization of the old west.

6. Bleach

One of the best things about long Anime is that the characters have many exciting quirks and backstories. Also, we’re always intrigued by the evolution of established characters and the introduction of new ones. So this is another series I would recommend for you.

Bleach is an anime with a simple timeline, but plenty of episodes leave the audience perplexed. 

It is frequently cut from the same fabric as Naruto and One Piece because it is one of the ‘Big Three’ Shonen Anime. 

Although there are some similarities in stunning graphics and action, Bleach has a very different tale.

It is set in Karakura Town and follows Ichigo Kurosaki, a 15-year-old high school student who becomes a substitute Soul Reaper. She is transformed after Rukia Kuchiki, a Soul Reaper, endues Ichigo with Soul Reaper abilities. Consequently, they only manage to kill the hollow by a hair’s breadth.

5. Dragon Ball Z

This is among my personal favorites. Dragon Ball Z (abbreviated as DBZ) is the most well-known Dragon Ball anime series and the longest-running sequel to the original.

Importantly, this is the Anime that has helped to popularize and accept Japanese animation’s art and epicenes.

Dragon Ball Z has more “realistic” and down-to-earth fighting than other anime shows.

 Additionally, Dragon Ball Z places the characters in these massive playgrounds, allowing them to demonstrate how much more power they have amassed.

 As a result, there are a lot of explosions throughout the series.

DBZ has built a brand and cult following, with fans ranging from children to adults in their thirties. 

It’s no secret that Dragon Ball Z has given us some of the essential themes and cultural phenomena in the anime community. Consequently, these have now been incorporated enthusiastically in every Anime we watch. 

Conclusively, Dragon Ball Z has taught us all about outrageous character power transformations and an incredible love and friendship story

4. Attack on Titan

The fact that Attack on Titan improves with each season is one of the reasons why fans are so enamored with it. 

Although others may find the first season to be overly simple, it visibly improves with experience. In addition, season one contains many mysteries that will entice you to keep watching. 

Likewise, the series is chock-full of fascinating characters that help it to be nothing short of an emotional rollercoaster.

The soundtrack is one-of-a-kind and wonderfully complements the show’s idea. Also, it is practically difficult to be a part of the anime community and not come across some type of Attack on Titan stuff. 

Even if you’re new to Anime, you’ve likely heard about the tremendous anticipation around the movie. I can remember my classmates talking about this movie in lecture halls, and I would wonder why. Back then, I never knew this was a classic, I recommend this to you.

3. Naruto

Naruto has to be the best anime series ever made; it has everything: comedy, drama, and jaw-dropping action combat scenes.

Orochimaru is a unique character as well; you’re not sure if he’s a good or terrible guy when he first appears in the plot, which makes it even more entertaining to watch. 

Naruto, a popular anime with a Ninja theme, is regarded as one of the best Anime of all time and best for beginners. 

What amuses me are the intense battle sequences featuring Ninja skills. I will not be a good person if I don’t recommend this classic to you.

2. Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood 

There’s a great mix of comedy, action, profound and sobering life lessons, or ethical implications. Furthermore, there’s even a little romance, just enough to be exciting and relevant to the character. However, the development of characters is not too much to take away from the plot.

Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood can be seen without first watching Fullmetal Alchemist. Although both series are based on the same manga, they are very distinct adaptations.

1. Death Note

And to the number one! Death Note is widely regarded as one of the best anime series of recent decades. Without contradictions, Death Note is one of the most well-known anime series.

Also, Death Note is well-known for its incredible rivalry, including mind games and preparation.

A brilliant criminal (LightYagami) who can kill anyone by simply putting their name in a book (Death Note) and a brilliant detective (Anonymous) whose identity is unknown and hence cannot be killed by Light Yagami. I find that fascinating.

 It is widely regarded as one of the best animes ever made, based on a Manga of the same name. Overall, I believe Death Note is an excellent introduction to Anime because it is a fantastic show in general. 

Pull up Death Note if you haven’t already. Otherwise, if you have someone begging you to drop some delicious, sweet anime recommendations into their lives, tell them about this classy anime. Crunchy roll has it!.

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