Anime shows – Seisyun Head http://seisyun-head.com/ Wed, 28 Sep 2022 01:43:05 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://seisyun-head.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-11-120x120.png Anime shows – Seisyun Head http://seisyun-head.com/ 32 32 Arknights Anime Teases New Trailer Ahead of October 28 Premiere https://seisyun-head.com/arknights-anime-teases-new-trailer-ahead-of-october-28-premiere/ Sat, 24 Sep 2022 10:36:36 +0000 https://seisyun-head.com/arknights-anime-teases-new-trailer-ahead-of-october-28-premiere/ A new trailer and a new visual have arrived for the knights anime adaptation, knights [PRELUDE TO DAWN]which is officially scheduled to premiere on October 28. Along with the date, the new promo previews the theme song, “Alive,” from ReoNa. RELATED: The battle begins in Arknights [PRELUDE TO DAWN] official trailer Check out the trailer: […]]]>

A new trailer and a new visual have arrived for the knights anime adaptation, knights [PRELUDE TO DAWN]which is officially scheduled to premiere on October 28. Along with the date, the new promo previews the theme song, “Alive,” from ReoNa.

RELATED: The battle begins in Arknights [PRELUDE TO DAWN] official trailer

Check out the trailer:


Key visual:

As previously announced, the series will be produced by Yuki Watanabewith Masaki Nishikawa production assistant and Yostar Pictures animation production management.

Other staff include:

  • Character design: Aya Takafuji
  • Animation producer: Takehiro Hata
  • Accessories design: Yoshi Wakayama
  • Artistic director: Minoru Onishi (BIC • STUDIO)
  • Artistic framework: Ryu Sakamoto (BIC • STUDIO)
  • Color design: Keiko Goto
  • Director of Photography: Kouhei Tanada
  • Editor: Kengo Shigemura
  • Sound Director: Yuki Watanabe
  • Music: Yuki Hayashi
  • Music production: Legend

Cast:

  • Doctor: Yuki Kaida
  • Amiya: Tomoyo Kurosawa
  • Dobermann: Atsumi Tanezaki
  • As: Takashi Matsuyama
  • Close to : Ayane Sakura
  • Chen: Shizuka Ishigami
  • Hoshiguma: Kiyono Yasuno
  • Frank: Ai Kakuma
  • Liskarm: Yui Ishikawa
  • Exusiai: Manaka Iwami
  • Texas: Azusa Tadokoro
  • Meteorite: Risa Taneda
  • Kaltsit: Yoko Hikasa

knights [PRELUDE TO DAWN] is based on the mobile fantasy RPG knightswhich was first released in China in May 2019 before launching worldwide in January 2020 via Yostar.

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The Iceblade Sorcerer Shall Rule the World TV Anime Shows Its Fantasy World in Trailer, Visual https://seisyun-head.com/the-iceblade-sorcerer-shall-rule-the-world-tv-anime-shows-its-fantasy-world-in-trailer-visual/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 09:01:23 +0000 https://seisyun-head.com/the-iceblade-sorcerer-shall-rule-the-world-tv-anime-shows-its-fantasy-world-in-trailer-visual/ After being first reported back in april, Sorcerer Iceblade will rule the world TV anime today unveiled an all-new trailer and visual teaser showcasing the world of The Arnold Academy of Magic alongside the main staff and cast of the icy magical fantasy series based on the light novels by Nana Mikoshiba. The main staff […]]]>

After being first reported back in april, Sorcerer Iceblade will rule the world TV anime today unveiled an all-new trailer and visual teaser showcasing the world of The Arnold Academy of Magic alongside the main staff and cast of the icy magical fantasy series based on the light novels by Nana Mikoshiba.

Sorcerer Iceblade will rule the world

The main staff and cast include:

  • Director, Series Composition, Sound Director: Masahiro Takata
  • Character design: Makoto Shimojima
  • Artistic director: Ayumi Kojima (studio recreation)
  • Director of Photography: Natsumi Uchida (animo-caramel)
  • Music: Tatsuhiko Saiki, Natsumi Tabuchi
  • Animation production supervision: Yokohama Animation Lab
  • Creation of animations: cloud hearts

Sorcerer Iceblade will rule the world the novel was first published on the user-generated publishing website Shousetsuka ni Narou in October 2019, with the physical edition with illustrations by Riko Korie (Unlimited fafir) picked up by Kodansha’s Light Novel Bunko imprint and edition as of June 2020.

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The manga adaptation of the novel is illustrated by Norihito Sasaki and has been serialized on Kodansha’s free manga app Magazine pocket since June 2020, with the English edition published by United States. Kodansha USA describes the story as such:

The Arnold Academy of Magic is a school for the elite… and Ray White is just an ordinary guy. In fact, he doesn’t seem to have any magic skills at all and is a bit clumsy. That’s why it has nothing to do with the rumor that one of the great magicians, the Iceblade Sorcerer, is a member of the incoming class…right?

Source: The Iceblade Sorcerer Shall Rule the World Official Site

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The healthiest anime series https://seisyun-head.com/the-healthiest-anime-series/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://seisyun-head.com/the-healthiest-anime-series/ There are many kinds of anime, from action to fantasy. People love mech fights and protagonists wielding massive weapons to defeat a great evil. These put viewers on the edge of their seats with their blood pumping. But sometimes people just want to sit down and watch something wholesome. RELATED: Animal Crossing: The Saniest Nintendo […]]]>

There are many kinds of anime, from action to fantasy. People love mech fights and protagonists wielding massive weapons to defeat a great evil. These put viewers on the edge of their seats with their blood pumping. But sometimes people just want to sit down and watch something wholesome.


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When it comes to relaxing in front of the screen, some of the most popular and heartwarming anime tend to fall into the comedy, romance, and slice of life categories. These often have less fan service and conflicts appear in the form of day-to-day issues or comedic misunderstandings.

Updated September 22, 2022 by Ritwik Mitra: The realm of anime covers many different genres that are sure to appeal to many people regardless of their interests. Some of the more notable anime deal with dark concepts and sad themes, which certainly has a part to play in making these stories more mature and interesting. However, some anime take a lighter approach with their story and end up being memorable for the same.

This is where the wholesome anime topic comes into play. There’s just something unique about the fuzzy feel people enjoy while watching the following anime that makes it such a unique watch in its own right. Regardless of the negative moods viewers might feel at the time, these anime do a great job with their light and wholesome tone to make people feel happy again.

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ten Relaxed camp

There is something extremely zen about camping that makes it such an interesting and engaging endeavor. The idea of ​​settling into the heart of nature for a while and just enjoying a break from the normal hustle and bustle of city life makes camping such a relaxing activity. So it’s obvious that an anime focused on exploring different playgrounds can have quite the appeal for obvious reasons.

That is why Relaxed camp makes such an engaging watch. The show has its fair share of amazing moments, with the camping backdrop allowing the characters to grow into interesting personalities that bond over the course of the anime in a way that’s really wholesome in every way. Viewers who want something different with their anime viewing experience should look no further than Relaxed camp.

9 Girls’ Monthly Nozaki-kun

Girls’ Monthly Nozaki-kun is a romantic comedy about high school student Chiyo Sakura and her crush on her classmate Umetarou Nozaki. Nozaki is a famous mangaka and when Sakura says she wants to be with him, he thinks she’s a fan and invites her to help him with some of his drawings. After that, to get closer to him, she works as his assistant. Along the way, she meets eccentric classmates and comical events occur. All the while, Sakura hopes her help will make Nozaki realize her feelings for him.

Lots of misinterpretations make this anime fun while addressing the underlying themes of relationship and romance. It shows how easy it is to misunderstand people and the value of helping others. This wholesome anime teaches viewers how to love someone despite their flaws, which is a real-world lesson that many people should ideally learn in a society prevalent with critical opinions and the like.

8 Hori-san to Miyamura-kun

Hori-san to Miyamura-kun is a romantic comedy anime. It follows the contrast in the appearances of the two characters when they are at school or not. Kyoko Hori is bright and popular at school, but she’s dressed up at home and Izumi Miyamura is her dark nerd classmate who at home has lots of tattoos and piercings. The two agree to keep each other’s secrets and as they learn they have things in common, they grow closer.

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This wholesome anime is comical, romantic, relaxing, and entertaining. He emphasizes the importance of not worrying about what other people think and being yourself. It teaches honesty, love of others and of oneself, friendship and openness to others. With the amount of negativity people can be exposed to, this anime is a great way to purge those feelings to make way for a better and more positive experience.

seven Servant Shōnen

Servant Shōnen is an animated comedy about a fourth grade orphan named Chihiro. His long-lost rich uncle takes him in and when the boy sees the messy state of his uncle’s mansion, he decides to become a housekeeper. In her maid costume, Chihiro cleans the house for her monthly allowance.

Chihiro teaches viewers the importance of working hard, whether physically or mentally. The show centers around family, friendship, and bereavement, and is the perfect balance of light comedy and serious emotional growth. The characters teach how to adapt to new situations and deal with loss under the guise of a heartwarming story of an uncle and a child.

6 Princess Medusa

Princess Medusa is a short anime that falls under the categories of romantic comedy, coming-of-age, and slice-of-life. It’s about a group of socially awkward women called Sisterhood. The main character is Tsukimi Kurashita, who loves jellyfish because of her memories with her deceased mother. She meets Kuranosuke, who is cross-dressing as a woman, and he helps her learn about fashion despite being afraid of attractive people. Then the women and Kuranosuke must work together to try to save their living quarters from demolition.

The chaos and contrast between the show’s characters is hilarious to watch unfold. This anime is comical but also emphasizes the importance of self-love, trust, and acceptance. Women have confidence in themselves but also learn to leave behind their fear of others they do not understand. Kuranosuke helps Tsukimi in love, aspiration, and fashion. Tsukimi teaches people the power of memories and caring for others and that it’s okay to accept help from others.

5 barakamon

barakamon is a comic anime about calligrapher Seishu Handa and his humorous interactions with other characters. The story begins when his writing is criticized for being too strict and he travels to an island in an attempt to find his own style. There, he meets many of the island’s villagers, and their interactions are funny and heartwarming.

This anime shows how opening up to people, letting go and taking a break can benefit someone. The interactions between Seishu and the hyperactive child Naru impose a sense of family in the story, such as helping the youngest child with homework. The people of the island are a key example of the importance of a loving support system, the impact of random acts of kindness, and that the term “family” should not be limited to blood relations.

4 Babysitters at school

Babysitters at school is a comic slice-of-life anime. Three brothers are left homeless when their parents die suddenly. Two are in high school and one is in kindergarten. The president of an academy welcomes them, gives them free accommodation and school if they help with the school daycare.

This show is about taking care of each other. The normally strict president shows her gentle motherly side to the boys, while the older boys make sure their baby brother is always taken care of. The show upholds the values ​​of compassion, charity, and selflessness, making it one of the healthiest shows in the show.

3 Ouran High School Host Club

Ouran High School Host Club is a romantic comedy and easily one of the most popular anime on this list. It focuses on the humorous story of Haruhi getting a scholarship to attend a prestigious school. When she breaks a vase at the Host Club to entertain the girls, Haruhi ends up indebted to the rest of the club’s six male members and becomes their ‘errand boy’. She is initially mistaken for a boy and the entertainment ensues.

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The anime centers around good manners when interacting with others, both in how the host members treat the ladies of the club and in their evolving relationship with Haruhi. It shows how friendships evolve and how to maintain them. The comedic vibe of the anime keeps the show light while emphasizing important moral values ​​like respect. As a result, the anime’s message comes through perfectly without feeling overly heavy or preachy.

2 Little Witch Academy

Little Witch Academy is a fantastic coming-of-age story of Akko struggling to learn magic without any background. With the help of the powerful magical relic, the Shiny Rod, and the support and encouragement of her friends, Akko tries to prove that magic is wonderful. But as magic disappears from the world, the students must follow the advice of the previous cane owner, Chariot, to restore magic to the world and spread happiness.

The show emphasizes the idea that people don’t always start out as masters of their craft. Everyone has to start somewhere when they start learning and putting in a lot of effort is just as important as natural talent, if not more. As a result, this anime not only encourages a good work ethic, but it also teaches important moral lessons such as the importance of supporting a person during their lowest moments, keeping a positive attitude, and not letting things go. discourage someone.

1 The Way of the Husband at Home

The Way of the Husband at Home is a comedy story about a slice of life of a retired Yakuza boss who becomes a stay-at-home husband. He does this to support his wife and his career. He befriends old ladies, teaches a young Yakuza how to remove stains from clothes, and is a master with knives in the kitchen. Suffice it to say, the premise itself is so engaging that viewers will be hooked on the anime from the start, while the strong character writing and incredible comic timing carry the rest of the series.

Much of the series’ humor comes from the contrast between main character Tatsu’s intimidating appearance and his devotion to basic household chores. The show breaks gender stereotypes and shows that people shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. Through Tatsu’s relationship with his wife, people can see the importance of giving people a second chance and how important it can be to support those around them.

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10 of the funniest anime series: from “Nichijou” to “Gintama” https://seisyun-head.com/10-of-the-funniest-anime-series-from-nichijou-to-gintama/ Sun, 18 Sep 2022 16:00:00 +0000 https://seisyun-head.com/10-of-the-funniest-anime-series-from-nichijou-to-gintama/ Comedy has always been a crowd favorite, a popular genre that sometimes seems to be overlooked by critics. Comedy has always cemented its irreplaceable status by merging with other categories such as romance, action and adventure. Anime is no exception. Whether through time-tested edits and shots, or jaw-dropping moments that surprise audiences, the animation’s versatility […]]]>

Comedy has always been a crowd favorite, a popular genre that sometimes seems to be overlooked by critics. Comedy has always cemented its irreplaceable status by merging with other categories such as romance, action and adventure. Anime is no exception.


Whether through time-tested edits and shots, or jaw-dropping moments that surprise audiences, the animation’s versatility works like a magnifying glass, instantly amplifying ridiculous jokes while drawing gratifying laughs from viewers. These anime series never fail to quench audiences’ insatiable appetite for laugh-out-loud moments, whether you’re watching it alone or with a bunch of friends.

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“My Ordinary Life” (2011)

Although it only ran one season spanning over 26 episodes, my ordinary life (2011), better known as Nichijouis truly one of a kind in its delivery of over-the-top slapsticks and semi-random jokes about semi-normal life.

Seizing the thread that balances mundane everyday life with the absurdity of the supernatural, the slice-of-life comedy revolves around a group of childhood friends as they interact with various circumstances. For example, befriending a child genius with her robot caretaker and talking cat, watching the school vice principal wrestle with a deer, and more.

‘Gintama’ (2006-2021)

No “Top 10 Comic Anime” list is complete without the inclusion of Gintama (2006-2018), an anime in its own right and a genre unto itself. While die-hard fans are saddened and simultaneously bewildered by the anime’s “closing movie” in 2021, newcomers will enjoy this series which has absolutely everything and everything you would expect from an anime.

From humorous adventures to all-you-can-eat romances, aliens that prove less weird than the eccentric samurai defending planet Earth; a main protagonist with an unhealthy obsession with sugar aided by a female sidekick who has overwhelming strength and a male sidekick who has an underwhelming presence. Gintama is a complicated anime to present to others, but once you start watching it, you will realize that you will soon have a few sleepless nights.

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“The Daily Life of High School Students” (2012)

What could go wrong in a coming-of-age anime about three childhood friends at an all-boys high school? Well, it’s actually the perfect setting for comedy to strike gold, especially when you have main characters consisting of a straight guy, a daredevil, and a boy with glasses.

Words like “boring” and “predictable” will never be associated with The daily life of high school students (2012), an imaginative series that primarily observes the three close friends as they durably remember their extraordinary yet bonded high school events. Aided by the fantastic vocal performances of the voice actors, this comedy series is a must for all viewers who fancy a nostalgic trip down memory lane, those precious school years when ordinary events were made much of.

‘Asobi Asobase’ (2018)

If you think only high school kids can offer comic relief, think again when you watch this hysterical portrayal of college girls. Whether playing traditional games like rock-paper-scissors or trying to adapt to a school steeped in odd individuals, Asobi Asobase (2019) embodies feminine complexity at its best. It closely follows the members of the Pastime Club as these girls engage in recreational activities on the line between harmless pranks and murderous intent.

With soft pastels and adorable animations, Asobi Asobase is a slice-of-life anime series that will defy any fan’s initial expectations of a female-focused comic anime. Not to mention its commitment to providing countless meme-worthy faces.

‘Big Blue’ (2018)

For viewers tired of toiling in a concrete jungle, Big Blue (2018) is a comedy series perfect for resting the mind and relaxing the jaw muscles.

When freshman Iori Kitahara arrives in the remote Izu Peninsula, his monotonous lifestyle is quickly thrown off balance by the time he meets the local diving club, a group of cheerful high-society students. preoccupied with partying and drinking every day, not to mention all in their birthday suits. With more personal service than fan service, the adult comedy show encourages viewers to make the most of their limited college years by being open-minded, even if that means putting up with over-the-top shenanigans condoned by naked old people.

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Soichi Negishi has big dreams like anyone on this planet, and his dream is to become a successful indie pop musician. Success is something he already achieved at a young age, however, it’s his alter ego Johannes Krauser II, the feared and revered vocalist of blackened death metal band Detroit Metal City, who commands attention.

In this musical, Soichi can be seen constantly struggling between writing mellow pop melodies for her would-be love interest during the day while biting bats’ heads and engaging in BDSM acts at night. Will the shy boy with big ambitions be bold enough to follow his passion or wallow in the underground music scene that promised him fame?

‘Azumanga Daioh’ (2002)

Another comedy series focusing on girls’ high schools to make the list, Azumanga Daioh (2002) also focuses on the personality idiosyncrasies of its characters, varying between insane teachers with fiercely competitive minds and a group of lovable students whose roller-coaster lives are both surreal and funny.

While similar shows like Nichijou push their surrealism beyond the limits resulting in absurd situations, Azumanga Daioh is relatively more relatable, instead offering more heartwarming, down-to-earth moments that hit more home without excusing a cordial sense of humor.

“The Disastrous Life of Saiki K.” (2016 – 2018)

Everyone dreams of possessing superpowers at some point in their life, but high school student Kusuo Saiki begs to disagree when it comes to considering superpowers a blessing. On the contrary, Kusuo sees the possession of supernatural abilities as a major problem preventing him from leading a worldly life.

Born with a range of psychic abilities like x-ray vision and telepathy, Kusuo refrains from using his superpowers in normal situations but always seems to attract particular individuals who become his allies, like a simple-minded delinquent. , a delusional teenager who thinks he is endowed with awe-inspiring powers to name a few. This light comedy show with a running time of 4 minutes for each episode is ideal for anyone who wants to laugh during a short break.

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“Prison School” (2015)

Brimming with double meanings and ecchi fan-service visuals, Prison school (2015) does not hesitate to highlight the excessiveness of five high school students enrolled in a prestigious boarding school for girls.

With an exceptional ratio of 200 girls to one boy, the male leads may think they’re in heaven, but their fantasies are immediately shattered when they’re caught by the Underground Student Council while indulging in voyeurism. The boys are thrown and incarcerated in the school’s prison block initially for a month as punishment, but the sentence continues to be extended for their niche crimes and their new found predilection for masochism, imposed by the seducers. prison guards.

‘Chio’s School Road’ (2018)

If your mode of transportation to school is either the school bus or your parents’ car, follow high school freshman Chio Miyamo as she demonstrates the good, the bad, and the weird of walking to school. ‘at school.

As an average freshman who likes to play violent video games every night before getting kicked out, Chio must resort to various backup plans to reach her school premises in time. Each day, her unique adventures lead her to forge new bonds with classmates and humiliating situations with strangers while being trapped in an ambiguous relationship with a motorcycle gang leader who is convinced that she is a legendary assassin nicknamed Bloody Butterfly.

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Tatami Time Machine Blues Anime Shows Its Unique Style In Opening Video https://seisyun-head.com/tatami-time-machine-blues-anime-shows-its-unique-style-in-opening-video/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 10:10:36 +0000 https://seisyun-head.com/tatami-time-machine-blues-anime-shows-its-unique-style-in-opening-video/ Before the premiere of Jatami The Time Machine Blues first episode on Disney+ in Japan on Wednesday, the series published the opening film of the anime series/movie hybrid sequel/spin-off to The Tatami Galaxy TV anime. The anime directed by Shingo Natsume, about Masaaki Yuasa for the franchise after his retirement, will also be getting a […]]]>

Before the premiere of Jatami The Time Machine Blues first episode on Disney+ in Japan on Wednesday, the series published the opening film of the anime series/movie hybrid sequel/spin-off to The Tatami Galaxy TV anime. The anime directed by Shingo Natsume, about Masaaki Yuasa for the franchise after his retirement, will also be getting a theatrical version which is set to hit Japanese theaters on September 30.

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The story of Tatami Time Machine Blues takes place during a sweltering summer day when Ozu, the protagonist’s “terrible friend”, accidentally drowns out the sole remote control of their apartment’s air conditioning unit. As they discuss their predicament with the protagonist’s raven-haired lover Akashi, a time-traveling college student, dressed sloppily, arrives from 25 years in the future, prompting the protagonist to borrow his wind-up machine. time in an effort to snatch the remote from the past before it breaks.

Tatami Time Machine Blues unfolds over six episodes airing weekly on Disney+ starting September 14, with the fifth and sixth episodes releasing together on October 12. The series is also being compiled into a movie, which will be released in Japan on September 30 in Japan for a limited number of three. duration of the week. The sixth episode is an exclusive story that will only be released on Disney+.

sonny boy director Shingo Natsume directs Tatami Time Machine Blues at Science SARU, taking over from Masaaki Yuasa who led The Tatami Galaxy and spin-off animated film The night is short, step on the girl. Disney+ will stream the series internationally, although no date has been confirmed at this time.

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Netflix: the animated series that you absolutely must watch https://seisyun-head.com/netflix-the-animated-series-that-you-absolutely-must-watch/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 07:35:00 +0000 https://seisyun-head.com/netflix-the-animated-series-that-you-absolutely-must-watch/ netflix has a surprisingly definitive anime library, including everything from classics like Cowboy Bebop and Naruto to the latest and greatest shows like Demon Slayer and Attack on Titan. There are so many things to look at. If you’re looking for more niche stuff, Netflix also has shows like Beastars and Record of Ragnarok to […]]]>

netflix has a surprisingly definitive anime library, including everything from classics like Cowboy Bebop and Naruto to the latest and greatest shows like Demon Slayer and Attack on Titan.

There are so many things to look at. If you’re looking for more niche stuff, Netflix also has shows like Beastars and Record of Ragnarok to check out. Stuck in!

The best anime series on Netflix

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Shonen’s newest darling, Demon Slayer is a standout hit that breaks away from many well-worn cliches in action anime. The story follows Tanjiro Kamado, who joins the ranks of the Demon Slayers following the murder of his family by a demon. Only Nezuko Kamado, Tanjiro’s younger sister, survived the onslaught, but she was turned into a demon. Tanjiro travels through Taisho-era Japan with Nezuko in search of a cure and joins the Demon Slayer Corps, seeking to confront the original demon, Muzan Kibutsuji, who killed his family.

The animation and action are breathtaking, the characters are compelling and dynamic, the music is stellar, and the dialogue is memorable. We couldn’t recommend this anime more. The first season is streaming on Netflix, but there’s another season over there, if you fancy more.

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“Believe it” (as Naruto Uzumaki would say), you can’t have a better anime list without this show. This classic and beloved anime follows Naruto, a young ninja from the village of Hidden Leaf who dreams of becoming the leader of his village. Warning: Naruto is a very long animated. So long that once you’ve finished all nine seasons on Netflix (220 episodes in total), which covers Naruto’s preteen years, you’ll still have 500 episodes to cover in Naruto: Shippuden, which picks up two and a half years after the end of the show. original route. There are also a handful of Naruto movies available on the streaming service right now. Make sure to skip the filler episodes unless you’re really looking for something to watch.

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Attack on Titan (2013-2023)

Attack on Titan is undoubtedly one of the most popular anime around. And for good reason. With spectacular animations, political intrigue, a compelling cast of characters, and larger-than-life battles, this is a show you’ll want to check out. Yes, titans – the gigantic, humanoid, human-eating monsters that force humanity to live behind towering castle walls – are unnerving and might scare you. But that’s half the fun, especially when we see our heroes taking them down. Netflix only has the first season of Attack on Titan in its catalog, but those 25 episodes are enough to get you started.

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Another anime classic, Cowboy Bebop originally aired in 1998 and, well, it never lost its appeal. The show brilliantly merged a variety of genres — mostly sci-fi and western (think space cowboys) — to create something completely new and compelling. Set in the year 2071, the series is about a group of traveling bounty hunters aboard their ship, Bebop. Netflix recently made a live-action version of the series, though it didn’t receive the same critical acclaim as the anime.

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Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure (2012-)

Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure follows generations of the Joestar family, from the 19th century to modern times, through decades of bizarre adventures, you guessed it. Each member of the family has the same name – Jojo – and each is gifted with great superhuman powers. The battles are as psychic and supernatural as the narrative is adventurous. Luckily all five seasons are streaming on Netflix.

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Hunter x Hunter (2011-2014)

Hunter x Hunter remains an unfinished story, having been abruptly cut short after Season 6. Manga author Yoshihiro Togashi quit writing, leaving Hunter x Hunter on hiatus. New chapters, Togashi recently announced, are coming. This anime begins with protagonist Gon Freecss, who sets off from his home in search of his father, but the series quickly moves away from this simple narrative. The series is beloved for its world-building and emotional investment through its diverse cast of characters.

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A captivating game of cat and mouse for the ages, Death Note follows Light Yagami, a genius high school student who finds a mysterious notebook (the titular “Death Note”) that grants its owner the ability to kill anyone whose name is written in it. Determined to create a new world without crime, Light carries out a massacre, killing criminals and those Light deems morally unworthy. But the world’s greatest detective is on the case. Can Light get away with it?

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You will be hooked after the first episodes of this popular anime, trust us. This show isn’t your typical action anime – but that doesn’t make it any less engrossing. In fact, the opposite is true. Kakegurui is set in an academy where a student’s measurement is based on their gaming prowess, whether at the roulette table or blackjack. It’s part psychological thriller, part drama, and the stakes rise as the show progresses.

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A Netflix Original inspired by the classic video games of the same name, Castlevania follows the last disgraced member of the Belmont family, Trevor Belmont. This dark medieval fantasy is full of gore, gothic horror and grotesque monsters. Trevor – and friends met along the way – venture to defeat none other than Dracula himself, whose anger and grief at the unjust death of his love swept through Eastern Europe in the 1400s. You don’t want to miss this one.

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Record of Ragnarok (2021-)

Have you always dreamed of witnessing a fight between a Norse god and an ancient Chinese warrior? Or watch a Greek god clash with one of the best swordsmen in Japanese history? Me neither, but now I’m glad I have it.

The premise of Record of Ragnarok is simple: through 13 one-on-one battles to the death, humanity must prove themselves worthy to avoid annihilation by the gods. The first to seven wins wins. This anime is imaginative, entertaining, and full of human history, so you’ll learn new things along the way. It’s also cool to see legends from all corners of the globe collide into one myth. Only the 12-episode first season has been released, making it a perfect anime to binge on your next couch session.

Viz Media

If you thought Naruto was long, think again. One Piece is the longest running anime to date, spanning over 1,000 episodes over 23 years of airing. The show follows Monkey D. Luffy and his crew, the Straw Hat Pirates. They are in search of the ultimate treasure known as One Piece. Netflix recently expanded its four-season collection of One Piece to 13 seasons, giving you plenty to sink your teeth into. If you ever hope to catch up, better make it happen!

netflix

In a world where demons are resurfacing, Akira Fudo unites with a demon, at his friend’s request, to become a devil, to wage a brutal war against the demons that now plague the earth.

Devilman Crybaby is based on the manga written by Go Nagai, which was originally adapted into an anime in the 70s. This new series shifts the time setting from the 1970s to modern times and goes hardcore with mature themes and violent sequences. It’s TV-MA rated, so it’s not for kids.

Devilman Crybaby debuted to great success in 2018, and so far it is only 10 episodes compiled in one season.

netflix

Beastars takes place in a world of anthropomorphic animals. These characters have jobs and go to school, reminiscent of Disney’s Zootopia. But while Beastars and Zootopia both tackle similar themes — predator versus prey, prejudice and discrimination versus compassion and inclusiveness — Beastars is definitely the more emotionally heavy show. In fact, because of some sexual themes and violence in the show, it’s best to keep children away from this one. If you like melodramas that focus on philosophy, this might be the best show for you yet.

VizMedia

One Punch Man (2015–2019)

How would you feel if you were so strong that you could defeat any enemy with just one punch? Triumphant? Bored? Only? This is the central question facing One Punch Man. The show follows hero Saitama, who trained so hard that all of his hair fell out. Upon completion of his training, he is able to defeat any enemy with a single punch. The show is a satire of shonen manga and anime, subverting the common tropes found in those stories. If you’re looking for a different take on modern superhero history, this might be your cup of tea.

netflix

Netflix has a solid library of past Pokemon anime, and the latest series in the franchise is produced by Netflix itself. The story follows our favorite 10-year-old, Ash Ketchum (go figure), as he continues his Pokémon journey. The show also introduces a host of new characters, including Goh and Chloe, and takes audiences to several regions of the Pokemon world, including the newest one, the Galar region. If you’re a Pokemon fan or have kids, this is a great anime to watch.

Nickelodeon

Honorable Mention: Avatar: The Last Airbender (2005-2008)

OK, Avatar: The Last Airbender isn’t technically an anime, but it’s so inspired by the art form and is so perfect that it would be madness not to mention it here. I missed this show while it was still airing on Nickelodeon, and when it resurfaced on Netflix, I dismissed it as nostalgic hype. Boy, I was wrong. This show deals with complex themes of war propaganda, genocide, duty and honor, while remaining a light and upbeat epic tale. Oh, and it also has one of the best character redemption arcs in television history, period.

Related stories

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Anime series like Cowboy Bebop that are worth your time https://seisyun-head.com/anime-series-like-cowboy-bebop-that-are-worth-your-time/ Fri, 26 Aug 2022 21:11:00 +0000 https://seisyun-head.com/anime-series-like-cowboy-bebop-that-are-worth-your-time/ Shinichiro Watanabe’s sequel to “Cowboy Bebop,” “Samurai Champloo,” blends in and strays from high-octane space opera. This show tells a very different story, going back to the Edo period of Japanese history instead of the future. However, despite the drastically different settings, the series still follows a group of political outcasts who explore an incredibly […]]]>

Shinichiro Watanabe’s sequel to “Cowboy Bebop,” “Samurai Champloo,” blends in and strays from high-octane space opera. This show tells a very different story, going back to the Edo period of Japanese history instead of the future. However, despite the drastically different settings, the series still follows a group of political outcasts who explore an incredibly dangerous world. “Samurai Champloo” tells the stories of Fuu, a tea waitress, Mugen, a rugged outlaw, and Jin, a lone samurai. This unlikely team is formed under chaotic circumstances and ends up traveling across Japan in search of a “flower-smelling samurai.”

“Samurai Champloo” is fantastic for a reason. While the setting may be an actual place and time, historical accuracy is deliberately thrown out the window. Why? Well, as Wanatabe explained in the “Cowboy Bebop” art book “The Jazz Messengers” (via The Verge), he’s interested in creating worlds where cultural minorities are accepted, thereby rejecting ideas nationalists whom he considers dangerous. The “Cowboy Bebop” characters were also created with this in mind.

It’s no exaggeration to say that the relationship between these two series is emblematic of the relationship between jazz and hip-hop. The storytelling in “Samurai Champloo” is both incredibly distinct and yet so familiar. Even the choice of music in the two shows directly reflects not only how the two genres have influenced each other, but also how they are both emblematic of the counterculture. Stylistically, both shows also challenge historical narratives in much the same way as some recent Hollywood films.

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The Absolute Best Anime Shows on Netflix https://seisyun-head.com/the-absolute-best-anime-shows-on-netflix/ Thu, 25 Aug 2022 01:11:00 +0000 https://seisyun-head.com/the-absolute-best-anime-shows-on-netflix/ netflix has a surprisingly definitive anime library, including everything from classics like Cowboy Bebop and Naruto to the latest and greatest shows like Demon Slayer and Attack on Titan. There are so many things to look at. If you’re looking for more niche stuff, Netflix also has shows like Beastars and Record of Ragnarok to […]]]>

netflix has a surprisingly definitive anime library, including everything from classics like Cowboy Bebop and Naruto to the latest and greatest shows like Demon Slayer and Attack on Titan.

There are so many things to look at. If you’re looking for more niche stuff, Netflix also has shows like Beastars and Record of Ragnarok to check out. Stuck in!

The best anime series on Netflix

Viz Media

Shonen’s newest darling, Demon Slayer is a standout hit that breaks away from many well-worn cliches in action anime. The story follows Tanjiro Kamado, who joins the ranks of the Demon Slayers following the murder of his family by a demon. Only Nezuko Kamado, Tanjiro’s younger sister, survived the onslaught, but she was turned into a demon. Tanjiro travels through Taisho-era Japan with Nezuko in search of a cure and joins the Demon Slayer Corps, seeking to confront the original demon, Muzan Kibutsuji, who killed his family.

The animation and action are breathtaking, the characters are compelling and dynamic, the music is stellar, and the dialogue is memorable. We couldn’t recommend this anime more. The first season is streaming on Netflix, but there’s another season over there, if you fancy more.

Viz Media

“Believe it” (as Naruto Uzumaki would say), you can’t have a better anime list without this show. This classic and beloved anime follows Naruto, a young ninja from the village of Hidden Leaf who dreams of becoming the leader of his village. Warning: Naruto is a very long animated. So long that once you’ve finished all nine seasons on Netflix (220 episodes in total), which covers Naruto’s preteen years, you’ll still have 500 episodes to cover in Naruto: Shippuden, which picks up two and a half years after the end of the show. original route. There are also a handful of Naruto movies available on the streaming service right now. Make sure to skip the filler episodes unless you’re really looking for something to watch.

Funimation

Attack on Titan (2013-2023)

Attack on Titan is undoubtedly one of the most popular anime around. And for good reason. With spectacular animations, political intrigue, a compelling cast of characters, and larger-than-life battles, this is a show you’ll want to check out. Yes, titans – the gigantic, humanoid, human-eating monsters that force humanity to live behind towering castle walls – are unnerving and might scare you. But that’s half the fun, especially when we see our heroes taking them down. Netflix only has the first season of Attack on Titan in its catalog, but those 25 episodes are enough to get you started.

Sunrise

Another anime classic, Cowboy Bebop originally aired in 1998 and, well, it never lost its appeal. The show brilliantly merged a variety of genres — mostly sci-fi and western (think space cowboys) — to create something completely new and compelling. Set in the year 2071, the series is about a group of traveling bounty hunters aboard their ship, Bebop. Netflix recently made a live-action version of the series, though it didn’t receive the same critical acclaim as the anime.

Viz Media

Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure (2012-)

Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure follows generations of the Joestar family, from the 19th century to modern times, through decades of bizarre adventures, you guessed it. Each member of the family has the same name – Jojo – and each is gifted with great superhuman powers. The battles are as psychic and supernatural as the narrative is adventurous. Luckily all five seasons are streaming on Netflix.

Media VIZ

Hunter x Hunter (2011-2014)

Hunter x Hunter remains an unfinished story, having been abruptly cut short after Season 6. Manga author Yoshihiro Togashi quit writing, leaving Hunter x Hunter on hiatus. New chapters, Togashi recently announced, are coming. This anime begins with protagonist Gon Freecss, who sets off from his home in search of his father, but the series quickly moves away from this simple narrative. The series is beloved for its world-building and emotional investment through its diverse cast of characters.

Viz Media

A captivating game of cat and mouse for the ages, Death Note follows Light Yagami, a genius high school student who finds a mysterious notebook (the titular “Death Note”) that grants its owner the ability to kill anyone whose name is written in it. Determined to create a new world without crime, Light carries out a massacre, killing criminals and those Light deems morally unworthy. But the world’s greatest detective is on the case. Can Light get away with it?

Yen Press

You will be hooked after the first episodes of this popular anime, trust us. This show isn’t your typical action anime – but that doesn’t make it any less engrossing. In fact, the opposite is true. Kakegurui is set in an academy where a student’s measurement is based on their gaming prowess, whether at the roulette table or blackjack. It’s part psychological thriller, part drama, and the stakes rise as the show progresses.

netflix

A Netflix Original inspired by the classic video games of the same name, Castlevania follows the last disgraced member of the Belmont family, Trevor Belmont. This dark medieval fantasy is full of gore, gothic horror and grotesque monsters. Trevor – and friends met along the way – venture to defeat none other than Dracula himself, whose anger and grief at the unjust death of his love swept across Eastern Europe in the 1400s. You don’t want to miss this one.

Viz Media

Record of Ragnarok (2021-)

Have you always dreamed of witnessing a fight between a Norse god and an ancient Chinese warrior? Or watch a Greek god clash with one of the best swordsmen in Japanese history? Me neither, but now I’m glad I have it.

The premise of Record of Ragnarok is simple: through 13 one-on-one battles to the death, humanity must prove themselves worthy to avoid annihilation by the gods. The first to seven wins wins. This anime is imaginative, entertaining, and full of human history, so you’ll learn new things along the way. It’s also cool to see legends from all corners of the globe collide into one myth. Only the 12-episode first season has been released, making it a perfect anime to binge on your next couch session.

Viz Media

If you thought Naruto was long, think again. One Piece is the longest running anime to date, spanning over 1,000 episodes over 23 years of airing. The show follows Monkey D. Luffy and his crew, the Straw Hat Pirates. They are in search of the ultimate treasure known as One Piece. Netflix recently expanded its four-season collection of One Piece to 13 seasons, giving you plenty to sink your teeth into. If you ever hope to catch up, better make it happen!

netflix

In a world where demons are resurfacing, Akira Fudo unites with a demon, at his friend’s request, to become a devil, in order to wage a brutal war against the demons that now plague the earth.

Devilman Crybaby is based on the manga written by Go Nagai, which was originally adapted into an anime in the 70s. This new series shifts the time setting from the 1970s to modern times and goes hardcore with mature themes and violent sequences. It’s TV-MA rated, so it’s not for kids.

Devilman Crybaby debuted to great success in 2018, and so far it is only 10 episodes compiled in one season.

netflix

Beastars takes place in a world of anthropomorphic animals. These characters have jobs and go to school, reminiscent of Disney’s Zootopia. But while Beastars and Zootopia both tackle similar themes — predator versus prey, prejudice and discrimination versus compassion and inclusiveness — Beastars is definitely the more emotionally heavy show. In fact, because of some sexual themes and violence in the show, it’s best to keep children away from this one. If you like melodramas that focus on philosophy, this might be the best show for you yet.

Viz Media

One Punch Man (2015–2019)

How would you feel if you were so strong that you could defeat any enemy with just one punch? Triumphant? Bored? Only? This is the central question facing One Punch Man. The show follows hero Saitama, who trained so hard that all of his hair fell out. Upon completion of his training, he is able to defeat any enemy with a single punch. The show is a satire of shonen manga and anime, subverting the common tropes found in those stories. If you’re looking for a different take on modern superhero history, this might be your cup of tea.

netflix

Netflix has a solid library of past Pokemon anime, and the latest series in the franchise is produced by Netflix itself. The story follows our favorite 10-year-old, Ash Ketchum (go figure), as he continues his Pokémon journey. The show also introduces a host of new characters, including Goh and Chloe, and takes audiences to several regions of the Pokemon world, including the newest one, the Galar region. If you’re a Pokemon fan or have kids, this is a great anime to watch.

Nickelodeon

Honorable Mention: Avatar: The Last Airbender (2005-2008)

OK, Avatar: The Last Airbender isn’t technically an anime, but it’s so inspired by the art form and is so perfect that it would be madness not to mention it here. I missed this show while it was still airing on Nickelodeon, and when it resurfaced on Netflix, I dismissed it as nostalgic hype. Boy, I was wrong. This show deals with complex themes of war propaganda, genocide, duty and honor, while remaining a light and upbeat epic tale. Oh, and it also has one of the best character redemption arcs in television history, period.

Related stories

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The Absolute Best Anime Shows on Netflix https://seisyun-head.com/the-absolute-best-anime-shows-on-netflix-2/ Thu, 25 Aug 2022 01:11:00 +0000 https://seisyun-head.com/the-absolute-best-anime-shows-on-netflix-2/ netflix has a surprisingly definitive anime library, including everything from classics like Cowboy Bebop and Naruto to the latest and greatest shows like Demon Slayer and Attack on Titan. There are so many things to look at. If you’re looking for more niche stuff, Netflix also has shows like Beastars and Record of Ragnarok to […]]]>

netflix has a surprisingly definitive anime library, including everything from classics like Cowboy Bebop and Naruto to the latest and greatest shows like Demon Slayer and Attack on Titan.

There are so many things to look at. If you’re looking for more niche stuff, Netflix also has shows like Beastars and Record of Ragnarok to check out. Stuck in!

The best anime series on Netflix

VizMedia

Shonen’s newest darling, Demon Slayer is a standout hit that breaks away from many well-worn cliches in action anime. The story follows Tanjiro Kamado, who joins the ranks of the Demon Slayers following the murder of his family by a demon. Only Nezuko Kamado, Tanjiro’s younger sister, survived the onslaught, but she was turned into a demon. Tanjiro travels through Taisho-era Japan with Nezuko in search of a cure and joins the Demon Slayer Corps, seeking to confront the original demon, Muzan Kibutsuji, who killed his family.

The animation and action are breathtaking, the characters are compelling and dynamic, the music is stellar, and the dialogue is memorable. We couldn’t recommend this anime more. The first season is streaming on Netflix, but there’s another season over there, if you fancy more.

Viz Media

“Believe it” (as Naruto Uzumaki would say), you can’t have a better anime list without this show. This classic and beloved anime follows Naruto, a young ninja from the village of Hidden Leaf who dreams of becoming the leader of his village. Warning: Naruto is a very long animated. So long that once you’ve finished all nine seasons on Netflix (220 episodes in total), which covers Naruto’s preteen years, you’ll still have 500 episodes to cover in Naruto: Shippuden, which picks up two and a half years after the end of the show. original route. There are also a handful of Naruto movies available on the streaming service right now. Make sure to skip the filler episodes unless you’re really looking for something to watch.

Funimation

Attack on Titan (2013-2023)

Attack on Titan is undoubtedly one of the most popular anime around. And for good reason. With spectacular animations, political intrigue, a compelling cast of characters, and larger-than-life battles, this is a show you’ll want to check out. Yes, titans – the gigantic, humanoid, human-eating monsters that force humanity to live behind towering castle walls – are unnerving and might scare you. But that’s half the fun, especially when we see our heroes taking them down. Netflix only has the first season of Attack on Titan in its catalog, but those 25 episodes are enough to get you started.

Sunrise

Another anime classic, Cowboy Bebop originally aired in 1998 and, well, it never lost its appeal. The show brilliantly merged a variety of genres — mostly sci-fi and western (think space cowboys) — to create something completely new and compelling. Set in the year 2071, the series is about a group of traveling bounty hunters aboard their ship, Bebop. Netflix recently made a live-action version of the series, though it didn’t receive the same critical acclaim as the anime.

Viz Media

Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure (2012-)

Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure follows generations of the Joestar family, from the 19th century to modern times, through decades of bizarre adventures, you guessed it. Each member of the family has the same name – Jojo – and each is gifted with great superhuman powers. The battles are as psychic and supernatural as the narrative is adventurous. Luckily all five seasons are streaming on Netflix.

Media VIZ

Hunter x Hunter (2011-2014)

Hunter x Hunter remains an unfinished story, having been abruptly cut short after Season 6. Manga author Yoshihiro Togashi quit writing, leaving Hunter x Hunter on hiatus. New chapters, Togashi recently announced, are coming. This anime begins with protagonist Gon Freecss, who sets off from his home in search of his father, but the series quickly moves away from this simple narrative. The series is beloved for its world-building and emotional investment through its diverse cast of characters.

Viz Media

A captivating game of cat and mouse for the ages, Death Note follows Light Yagami, a genius high school student who finds a mysterious notebook (the titular “Death Note”) that grants its owner the ability to kill anyone whose name is written in it. Determined to create a new world without crime, Light carries out a massacre, killing criminals and those Light deems morally unworthy. But the world’s greatest detective is on the case. Can Light get away with it?

Yen Press

You will be hooked after the first episodes of this popular anime, trust us. This show isn’t your typical action anime – but that doesn’t make it any less engrossing. In fact, the opposite is true. Kakegurui is set in an academy where a student’s measurement is based on their gaming prowess, whether at the roulette table or blackjack. It’s part psychological thriller, part drama, and the stakes rise as the show progresses.

netflix

A Netflix Original inspired by the classic video games of the same name, Castlevania follows the last disgraced member of the Belmont family, Trevor Belmont. This dark medieval fantasy is full of gore, gothic horror and grotesque monsters. Trevor – and friends met along the way – venture to defeat none other than Dracula himself, whose anger and grief at the unjust death of his love swept through Eastern Europe in the 1400s. You don’t want to miss this one.

VizMedia

Record of Ragnarok (2021-)

Have you always dreamed of witnessing a fight between a Norse god and an ancient Chinese warrior? Or watch a Greek god clash with one of the best swordsmen in Japanese history? Me neither, but now I’m glad I have it.

The premise of Record of Ragnarok is simple: through 13 one-on-one battles to the death, humanity must prove themselves worthy to avoid annihilation by the gods. The first to seven wins wins. This anime is imaginative, entertaining, and full of human history, so you’ll learn new things along the way. It’s also cool to see legends from all corners of the globe collide into one myth. Only the 12-episode first season has been released, making it a perfect anime to binge on your next couch session.

VizMedia

If you thought Naruto was long, think again. One Piece is the longest running anime to date, spanning over 1,000 episodes over 23 years of airing. The show follows Monkey D. Luffy and his crew, the Straw Hat Pirates. They are in search of the ultimate treasure known as One Piece. Netflix recently expanded its four-season collection of One Piece to 13 seasons, giving you plenty to sink your teeth into. If you ever hope to catch up, better make it happen!

netflix

In a world where demons are resurfacing, Akira Fudo unites with a demon, at his friend’s request, to become a devil, to wage a brutal war against the demons that now plague the earth.

Devilman Crybaby is based on the manga written by Go Nagai, which was originally adapted into an anime in the 70s. This new series shifts the time setting from the 1970s to modern times and goes hardcore with mature themes and violent sequences. It’s TV-MA rated, so it’s not for kids.

Devilman Crybaby debuted to great success in 2018, and so far it is only 10 episodes compiled in one season.

netflix

Beastars takes place in a world of anthropomorphic animals. These characters have jobs and go to school, reminiscent of Disney’s Zootopia. But while Beastars and Zootopia both tackle similar themes — predator versus prey, prejudice and discrimination versus compassion and inclusiveness — Beastars is definitely the more emotionally heavy show. In fact, because of some sexual themes and violence in the show, it’s best to keep children away from this one. If you like melodramas that focus on philosophy, this might be the best show for you yet.

VizMedia

One Punch Man (2015–2019)

How would you feel if you were so strong that you could defeat any enemy with just one punch? Triumphant? Bored? Only? This is the central question facing One Punch Man. The show follows hero Saitama, who trained so hard that all of his hair fell out. Upon completion of his training, he is able to defeat any enemy with a single punch. The show is a satire of shonen manga and anime, subverting the common tropes found in those stories. If you’re looking for a different take on modern superhero history, this might be your cup of tea.

netflix

Netflix has a solid library of past Pokemon anime, and the latest series in the franchise is produced by Netflix itself. The story follows our favorite 10-year-old, Ash Ketchum (go figure), as he continues his Pokémon journey. The show also introduces a host of new characters, including Goh and Chloe, and takes audiences to several regions of the Pokemon world, including the newest one, the Galar region. If you’re a Pokemon fan or have kids, this is a great anime to watch.

Nickelodeon

Honorable Mention: Avatar: The Last Airbender (2005-2008)

OK, Avatar: The Last Airbender isn’t technically an anime, but it’s so inspired by the art form and is so perfect that it would be madness not to mention it here. I missed this show while it was still airing on Nickelodeon, and when it resurfaced on Netflix, I dismissed it as nostalgic hype. Boy, I was wrong. This show deals with complex themes of war propaganda, genocide, duty and honor, while remaining a light and upbeat epic tale. Oh, and it also has one of the best character redemption arcs in television history, period.

Related stories

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The Best Anime Shows From Netflix’s Surprising and Awesome Lineup https://seisyun-head.com/the-best-anime-shows-from-netflixs-surprising-and-awesome-lineup/ Mon, 22 Aug 2022 02:36:00 +0000 https://seisyun-head.com/the-best-anime-shows-from-netflixs-surprising-and-awesome-lineup/ Do you like anime? netflix has a surprisingly definitive library, including everything from classics like Cowboy Bebop and Naruto to the latest and greatest shows like Demon Slayer and Attack on Titan. There are so many things to look at. If you’re looking for more niche stuff, Netflix also has shows like Beastars and Record […]]]>

Do you like anime? netflix has a surprisingly definitive library, including everything from classics like Cowboy Bebop and Naruto to the latest and greatest shows like Demon Slayer and Attack on Titan.

There are so many things to look at. If you’re looking for more niche stuff, Netflix also has shows like Beastars and Record of Ragnarok to check out. Stuck in!

The best anime series on Netflix

Viz Media

Shonen’s newest darling, Demon Slayer is a standout hit that breaks away from many well-worn cliches in action anime. The story follows Tanjiro Kamado, who joins the ranks of the Demon Slayers following the murder of his family by a demon. Only Nezuko Kamado, Tanjiro’s younger sister, survived the onslaught, but she was turned into a demon. Tanjiro travels through Taisho-era Japan with Nezuko in search of a cure and joins the Demon Slayer Corps, seeking to confront the original demon, Muzan Kibutsuji, who killed his family.

The animation and action are breathtaking, the characters are compelling and dynamic, the music is stellar, and the dialogue is memorable. We couldn’t recommend this anime more. The first season is streaming on Netflix, but there’s another season over there, if you fancy more.

Viz Media

“Believe it” (as Naruto Uzumaki would say), you can’t have a better anime list without this show. This classic and beloved anime follows Naruto, a young ninja from the village of Hidden Leaf who dreams of becoming the leader of his village. Warning: Naruto is a very long animated. So long that once you’ve finished all nine seasons on Netflix (220 episodes in total), which covers Naruto’s preteen years, you’ll still have 500 episodes to cover in Naruto: Shippuden, which picks up two and a half years after the end of the show. original route. There are also a handful of Naruto movies available on the streaming service right now. Make sure to skip the filler episodes unless you’re really looking for something to watch.

Sunrise

Another anime classic, Cowboy Bebop originally aired in 1998 and, well, it never lost its appeal. The show brilliantly merged a variety of genres — mostly sci-fi and western (think space cowboys) — to create something completely new and compelling. Set in the year 2071, the series is about a group of traveling bounty hunters aboard their ship, Bebop. Netflix recently made a live-action version of the series, though it didn’t receive the same critical acclaim as the anime.

Funimation

Attack on Titan (2013-2023)

Attack on Titan is undoubtedly one of the most popular anime around. And for good reason. With spectacular animations, political intrigue, a compelling cast of characters, and larger-than-life battles, this is a show you’ll want to check out. Yes, titans – the gigantic, humanoid, human-eating monsters that force humanity to live behind towering castle walls – are unnerving and might scare you. But that’s half the fun, especially when we see our heroes taking them down. Netflix only has the first season of Attack on Titan in its catalog, but those 25 episodes are enough to get you started.

Viz Media

Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure (2012-)

Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure follows generations of the Joestar family, from the 19th century to modern times, through decades of bizarre adventures, you guessed it. Each member of the family has the same name – Jojo – and each is gifted with great superhuman powers. The battles are as psychic and supernatural as the narrative is adventurous. Luckily all five seasons are streaming on Netflix.

Media VIZ

Hunter x Hunter (2011-2014)

Hunter x Hunter remains an unfinished story, having been abruptly cut short after Season 6. Manga author Yoshihiro Togashi quit writing, leaving Hunter x Hunter on hiatus. New chapters, Togashi recently announced, are coming. This anime begins with protagonist Gon Freecss, who sets off from his home in search of his father, but the series quickly moves away from this simple narrative. The series is beloved for its world-building and emotional investment through its diverse cast of characters.

Viz Media

A gripping game of cat and mouse for the ages, Death Note follows Light Yagami, a genius high school student who finds a mysterious notebook (the titular “Death Note”) that gives its owner the ability to kill anyone whose name is written in it. Determined to create a new world without crime, Light carries out a massacre, killing criminals and those Light deems morally unworthy. But the world’s greatest detective is on the case. Can Light get away with it?

Yen Press

You will be hooked after the first episodes of this popular anime, trust us. This show isn’t your typical action anime – but that doesn’t make it any less engrossing. In fact, the opposite is true. Kakegurui is set in an academy where a student’s measurement is based on their gaming prowess, whether at the roulette table or blackjack. It’s part psychological thriller, part drama, and the stakes rise as the show progresses.

netflix

A Netflix Original inspired by the classic video games of the same name, Castlevania follows the last disgraced member of the Belmont family, Trevor Belmont. This dark medieval fantasy is full of gore, gothic horror and grotesque monsters. Trevor – and friends met along the way – venture to defeat none other than Dracula himself, whose anger and grief at the unjust death of his love swept across Eastern Europe in the 1400s. You don’t want to miss this one.

Viz Media

Record of Ragnarok (2021-)

Have you always dreamed of witnessing a fight between a Norse god and an ancient Chinese warrior? Or watch a Greek god clash with one of the best swordsmen in Japanese history? Me neither, but now I’m glad I have it.

The premise of Record of Ragnarok is simple: through 13 one-on-one battles to the death, humanity must prove themselves worthy to avoid annihilation by the gods. The first to seven wins wins. This anime is imaginative, entertaining, and full of human history, so you’ll learn new things along the way. It’s also cool to see legends from all corners of the globe collide into one myth. Only the 12-episode first season has been released, making it a perfect anime to binge on your next couch session.

Viz Media

If you thought Naruto was long, think again. One Piece is the longest running anime to date, spanning over 1,000 episodes over 23 years of airing. The show follows Monkey D. Luffy and his crew, the Straw Hat Pirates. They are in search of the ultimate treasure known as One Piece. Netflix recently expanded its four-season collection of One Piece to 13 seasons, giving you plenty to sink your teeth into. If you ever hope to catch up, better make it happen!

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In a world where demons are resurfacing, Akira Fudo unites with a demon, at his friend’s request, to become a devil, in order to wage a brutal war against the demons that now plague the earth.

Devilman Crybaby is based on the manga written by Go Nagai, which was originally adapted into an anime in the 70s. This new series shifts the time setting from the 1970s to modern times and goes hardcore with mature themes and violent sequences. It’s TV-MA rated, so it’s not for kids.

Devilman Crybaby debuted to great success in 2018, and so far it is only 10 episodes compiled in one season.

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Beastars takes place in a world of anthropomorphic animals. These characters have jobs and go to school, reminiscent of Disney’s Zootopia. But while Beastars and Zootopia both tackle similar themes — predator versus prey, prejudice and discrimination versus compassion and inclusiveness — Beastars is definitely the more emotionally heavy show. In fact, because of some sexual themes and violence in the show, it’s best to keep children away from this one. If you like melodramas that focus on philosophy, this might be the best show for you yet.

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One Punch Man (2015–2019)

How would you feel if you were so strong that you could defeat any enemy with just one punch? Triumphant? Bored? Only? This is the central question facing One Punch Man. The show follows hero Saitama, who trained so hard that all of his hair fell out. Upon completion of his training, he is able to defeat any enemy with a single punch. The show is a satire of shonen manga and anime, subverting the common tropes found in those stories. If you’re looking for a different take on modern superhero history, this might be your cup of tea.

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Netflix has a solid library of past Pokemon anime, and the latest series in the franchise is produced by Netflix itself. The story follows our favorite 10-year-old, Ash Ketchum (go figure), as he continues his Pokémon journey. The show also introduces a host of new characters, including Goh and Chloe, and takes audiences to several regions of the Pokemon world, including the newest one, the Galar region. If you’re a Pokemon fan or have kids, this is a great anime to watch.

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Honorable Mention: Avatar: The Last Airbender (2005-2008)

OK, Avatar: The Last Airbender isn’t technically an anime, but it’s so inspired by the art form and is so perfect that it would be madness not to mention it here. I missed this show while it was still airing on Nickelodeon, and when it resurfaced on Netflix, I dismissed it as nostalgic hype. Boy, I was wrong. This show deals with complex themes of war propaganda, genocide, duty and honor, while remaining a light and upbeat epic tale. Oh, and it also has one of the best character redemption arcs in television history, period.

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