Top 30 Best Anime Like Hunter x Hunter

top 30 best anime like hunter x hunter


Hunter x Hunter is one of the most critically acclaimed anime series of all time. And that’s one of the many reasons why fans love this anime from the depths of their hearts.


After all, there’s nothing more fascinating than a story with a complex narrative and well-written characters. Therefore, if you are someone who enjoyed this series, you might wanna take a step back and watch a few other anime that share traits with this one.


And that’s why we have created this list. This is a collection of the best anime that you can watch if you enjoyed Hunter x Hunter.




1. The Promised Neverland


The Promised Neverland


At Grace Field House, orphans are apparently living in a picturesque environment, under the care of their guardian, Mama Isabella. Although they are obliged to take daily tests, the children are free to play and roam around the forest surrounding their homes.


Nevertheless, the eldest trio gradually unravels an ominous truth regarding their situation. They uncover that the orphanage serves as a farm that breeds and raises children for the purpose of being sold as food to demons.


The siblings resolve to flee the orphanage, taking along as many of their peers as possible. However, they confront various difficulties, such as Mama Isabella’s wickedness and the struggle of surviving outside the walls of their shelter.




2. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba


demon slayer: kimetsu no yaiba


Tanjiro Kamado took the responsibility to be the breadwinner for his family after his father’s demise, despite living in poverty on a remote mountain. Tanjirou and his family lead a peaceful life even though they are living a life that can’t be called lavish.


Tanjirou takes shelter in a stranger’s house overnight while he is travelling to a nearby village to sell charcoal. The stranger warns him about the presence of flesh-eating demons that roam the woods at night.


Once he returns home the next day, he discovers that his entire family has been slaughtered. The only survivor is his sister Nezuko who has turned into a demon.




3. Dororo




After Daigo Kagemitsu forsakes Buddha, he makes a deal with 12 demons to save his ailing land. They grant him power, but at a cost. When his first son is born, the child is limbless, noseless, eyeless, earless, and skinless, but still alive.


Kagemitsu discards the baby in a river, where a medicine man rescues him and provides him with prosthetics and weapons. Growing up without feeling or sight, the child must defeat the demons who took his body parts to reclaim them.


Later, he meets an orphan named Dororo and together they face the dangers of the demon-infested world, fighting for their survival and humanity.




4. Mob Psycho 100


mob psycho 100


Shigeo “Mob” Kageyama is a middle school student who possesses insane psychic abilities. However, he has learned to control his psychic abilities due to the fact that they are extremely dangerous. The catch is, that Mob only uses his abilities to impress his crush, Tsubomi, who eventually becomes uninterested in him.


Mob reaches out to Reigen Arataka to learn how to manage his powers. However, Reigen is a fraud psychic who exploits Mob’s abilities for profit. Mob’s entire day is utilized in exorcising spirits that Reigen takes contracts for. However, the amount of psychic energy he uses is nothing compared to his potential.


If Mob loses control of his emotions, he could trigger a catastrophic event that would transform him beyond imagination.



5. Dr Stone


Dr Stone


Taiju Ooki has been in love with Yuzuriha Ogawa for five years and finally decides to confess his feelings to her. However, before he can do so, a blinding green light petrifies every human on Earth.


Millennia later, Taiju awakens to find the world overrun by nature, and the only other living human is his friend Senkuu who has been awake for several months. Senkuu’s goal is to revive civilization through science, and Taiju’s physical strength combined with Senkuu’s intelligence makes them a formidable team.


Together, they discover a way to revive the petrified humans, but their plan is threatened by those who awaken with different ideologies.



6. Yu Yu Hakusho


Yu Yu Hakusho


After sacrificing his life to save a young boy, delinquent 14-year-old Yuusuke Urameshi is offered the chance to redeem himself by completing a series of tasks as a Spirit Detective by the authorities of the spirit realm.


With the guidance of death god Botan, Yuusuke teams up with ex-rival Kazuma Kuwabara and two demons, Hiei and Kurama, who have criminal pasts, to train and battle against evil forces threatening humanity’s existence.


This is what makes the series so entertaining for all of us. And that’s why you need to watch it as soon as possible. If you don’t, you might end up being excluded from the Yu Yu Hakusho discussions.



7. One Piece


One Piece


The Pirate King Gol D. Roger’s revelation about One Piece, the greatest treasure in the world, leads to a surge in piracy and a search for the treasure among adventurers who want to become the next Pirate King.


Monkey D. Luffy, a 17-year-old who values exploration and meeting new people, becomes a pirate with his own reasons for seeking One Piece. Luffy and his crew encounter numerous challenges and foes as they travel through the Grand Line, trying to uncover the secrets of the world and reach their ultimate goal of finding One Piece and becoming the Pirate King.



8. My Hero Academia


My Hero Academia


The world is unfair to four-year-old Izuku Midoriya, who is one of the few born without a special ability known as a “quirk” in a world where 80% of people possess one.


Despite this, he dreams of becoming a superhero and enrols at the elite hero training academy, UA High. Izuku’s encounter with the number one hero, All Might, changes his life when he discovers that his dream is not impossible.


With All Might’s help, Izuku undergoes special training and inherits his power, gaining admittance into his school of choice. He begins his journey to becoming the successor of the world’s greatest hero, facing many challenges along the way.



9. Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood


Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood


The Elric brothers disobey alchemical principles in a desperate attempt to bring their mother back to life, resulting in personal loss and bodily disfigurement. With the aid of Winry’s mechanical expertise, they embark on a journey to locate the Philosopher’s Stone, hoping to restore their original bodies.


As they encounter a rising conspiracy that jeopardizes the world, the brothers face daunting challenges and obstacles. This may seem like something not so fascinating, however, the way this story is executed is absolutely brilliant.


And that’s why it is placed here on our list.



10. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure


JoJo's Bizarre Adventure


The Joestar family is rescued from a carriage incident by Dario Brando in 1868, but after his death, George Joestar adopts his son, Dio, in an attempt to repay a debt.


However, Dio’s true intentions are to steal the family fortune, and he manipulates his way into the family by creating a rift between himself and Jonathan, his foster brother. Despite appearing reformed, Dio’s misdeeds continue, and suspicion falls on him when George falls ill.


Jojo’s Bizarre Adventures is one of those anime that happens to have an insane fanbase. The show is so impressive that fans can’t help falling in love with the story and the characters that are placed in it.



11. Naruto




Naruto Uzumaki’s birth coincided with a devastating attack by the Kyuubi, a demon fox that caused widespread destruction in the Hidden Leaf Village. The Fourth Hokage sacrificed his life to seal the Kyuubi inside Naruto, who now struggles to be accepted by his fellow villagers due to the monster inside him.


Despite the challenges he faces, Naruto remains determined to become the Hokage and earn the respect of his peers, leading him on a perilous journey that brings him new allies and enemies alike.


Naruto is one of the most popular anime ever to exist. So if you haven’t watched it, you are really missing out.



12. No Game No Life


No Game No Life


In the world of Disboard, where everything is decided through games, the human race known as Imanity has no chance of winning. But when two shut-in siblings from Earth, Sora and Shiro, are summoned to Disboard by the One True God, Tet, they hope to change their fate.


With Tet’s guidance, the siblings aim to become the new rulers of Disboard by conquering Elkia, Imanity’s only remaining kingdom. Along the way, they meet Stephanie Dola, the granddaughter of Elkia’s former king, who joins forces with them to reclaim the throne.


Using their strategic skills and knowledge of games, the trio begins their journey to challenge the other races and ultimately become the saviours of Imanity.



13. Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic


Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic


The story describes the world of Magi where powerful magicians called Magi select a king candidate, and assist them in conquering Dungeons to gain the power of djinns and building a country.


The story follows Aladdin, a young Magi, who travels with his friend and djinn mentor Ugo, and his new friend Alibaba Saluja. Together they embark on a grand adventure across the world, encountering strange occurrences along the way.


Aladdin is on a journey to discover his true identity while helping Alibaba overcome his own obstacles. The story explores the theme of power, politics, and ambition in a world where the Magi hold significant influence and their chosen king candidates aim to conquer the world.



14. Made in Abyss


Made in Abyss


The story revolves around Riko, who is the daughter of a missing White Whistle, a legendary diver who ventured into the Abyss. The Abyss is a deep chasm filled with mysterious creatures and ancient relics.


Aspiring to become a White Whistle like her mother, Riko is currently only a novice Red Whistle and is only allowed to explore the uppermost layer of the Abyss. One day, Riko encounters a mysterious robot resembling a young boy, whom she names Reg.


They soon discover that Reg’s technology must have originated from the Abyss, prompting the two to set out on a dangerous journey to the bottom of the chasm to recover Reg’s memories.



15. Seven Deadly Sins


Seven Deadly Sins


The Seven Deadly Sins is a popular anime series that takes place in a world that is reminiscent of medieval Europe. The Holy Knights of Britannia, who are both revered and feared, are tasked with protecting the region and its kingdoms through the use of powerful magic.


However, rumours spread about a group of knights known as the “Seven Deadly Sins” who supposedly betrayed their homeland by attempting to overthrow the ruler of Liones. Though defeated by the Holy Knights, rumours persist that they are still alive.


A decade later, the Holy Knights stage a coup d’état and take over the Kingdom of Liones.



16. Black Clover


Black Clover


Asta and Yuno were left at a church as babies and raised together. They dreamed of becoming the “Wizard King,” the strongest mage in the kingdom. As they grew up, it became clear that Yuno was a prodigy with powerful magic abilities, while Asta had none and trained physically to compensate.


On their 15th birthday, Yuno receives a Grimoire with a four-leaf clover symbol, a sign of great potential, while Asta is left empty-handed. However, when Yuno is attacked by an enemy seeking his Grimoire, Asta finds the strength to protect his friend and receives a rare five-leaf clover Grimoire, which gives him the power to defeat the attacker.



17. Attack On Titan


Attack On Titan


In a world where monstrous Titans feast on human flesh, humans have retreated behind enormous walls to avoid them. However, when a colossal Titan breaches the outer wall after 100 years of peace, Eren Yeager, his sister Mikasa, and his friend Armin join the Survey Corps to fight the Titans beyond the walls.


Eren, who has a personal vendetta against the Titans, battles to find a way to defeat them and protect humanity from extinction. This is what makes Attack On Titan so good.


After all, there’s no other series with a story as complex and well-written as this one.



18. Cowboy Bebop


Cowboy Bebop


In the year 2071, humanity has spread throughout the galaxy and brought with them a host of problems such as murder, drug use, and theft. To combat these crimes, intergalactic outlaws are hunted by an increasing number of tough bounty hunters.


Among them are Spike Spiegel and Jet Black, who pursue criminals throughout space to make a living. The Bebop crew is completed with the addition of Faye Valentine, Edward Wong Hau Pepelu Tivrusky IV, and Ein, a bioengineered Welsh Corgi.


That’s the story you would be looking forward to in this anime.



19. Tokyo Ghoul


Tokyo Ghoul Chronological Watch Order


In Tokyo, an insidious menace emerges in the form of ghouls—beings that resemble humans but feed on human flesh—and infiltrates the city. Ken Kaneki, a reserved college student, prefers to immerse himself in books and ignore the growing crisis unfolding around him.


However, his secluded existence is shattered when he encounters Rize Kamishiro, an enchanting woman who boldly invites him on a date. As Kaneki accompanies Rize, he soon discovers her true nature and becomes ensnared in her sinister plans.


A tragic struggle ensues, leaving Kaneki gravely injured. When he awakens in a hospital, he learns that he has undergone a life-saving surgery involving the transplantation of Rize’s organs.


This procedure leads to a grotesque transformation as Kaneki becomes a hybrid of human and ghoul. And that’s where the story starts to take a new turn. 



20. One-Punch Man


One-Punch Man


Saitama, a hero capable of defeating any foe with a single punch, has grown bored with his unmatched strength. When 19-year-old cyborg Genos seeks to become his apprentice, Saitama joins the Hero Association to gain recognition and seek out new battles.


Through his journey with new companions and adversaries, Saitama aims to rekindle his passion for heroism and combat. This is where the show will take a turn for the better and that’s why your fun-o-meter will be spiking like there’s no tomorrow.


Make sure that you watch this show before it’s too late.



21. Jujutsu Kaisen


Jujutsu Kaisen


Yuuji Itadori’s casual life of paranormal activities with the Occult Club takes a dark turn when he unknowingly consumes a cursed item, which triggers a chain of supernatural events. As a result, he gains powers and becomes a Jujutsu sorcerer, attending the Tokyo Metropolitan Jujutsu Technical High School to protect society from Curses, the dreadful beings formed from human negativity and malice.


This is the beauty of Jujutsu Kaisen. On the outside, it may seem like something pretty normal and basic. However, just like Hunter x Hunter, when you dive deeper into the story, the show gets more and more fascinating.


There’s a reason why people love it so much.



22. Dragon Ball Z


Dragon Ball Z


Goku, a former world martial arts tournament winner, now lives a peaceful life with his family until his long-lost brother Raditz arrives on Earth. Raditz reveals that Goku belongs to the Saiyan race, which was destroyed, and that he was sent to Earth to conquer it, but lost his memory and became a protector of Earth.


Raditz tries to recruit Goku but fails and warns of a new danger approaching Earth, which would cause an intergalactic conflict over the seven mystical dragon balls. Dragon Ball Z is a story of Goku and his friends fighting to protect Earth against various villains who seek the dragon balls’ power.



23. The Disastrous Life of Saiki K


The Disastrous Life of Saiki K


Kusuo Saiki possesses a range of psychic abilities that he considers to be a curse rather than a gift. He desires a mundane and uncomplicated life, where he is just like everyone else.


However, his attempts to conceal his powers from his classmates draw the attention of unusual people, including Riki Nendou and Shun Kaidou. Despite his efforts to remain unnoticed, Kusuo is compelled to confront the madness and disorder of those around him.


His experiences taught him that living a simple life is not as straightforward as it appears. The anime series chronicles Kusuo’s comical and strange journey as he tackles the challenges of being a psychic.



24. Psycho-Pass




“Psycho-Pass” is an anime series that takes place in 22nd-century Japan, where the Sibyl System is used to determine the threat level of citizens based on their Psycho-Pass. The story follows young Inspector Akane Tsunemori and veteran Enforcer Shinya Kougami as they enforce the law in a world where even the slightest ill will can lead to subjugation or lethal force.


However, as Akane discovers the flaws in the Sibyl System’s judgments, she begins to question whether justice can be served through such a corrupt system. The anime delves into the themes of justice, morality, and the consequences of relying on technology to determine human behaviour.



25. Initial D First Stage


Initial D First Stage


Takumi Fujiwara is a high school student who is not interested in cars but delivers tofu every morning along the mountain of Akina in his father’s old Toyota AE86. One night, the Akagi Red Suns, a well-known street racing team, visits Akina to challenge the local mountain pass.


During their drive back home, one of their best drivers is overtaken by Takumi’s AE86, leaving the Red Suns curious about the driver’s identity and remarkable driving skills. Despite Takumi’s lack of interest in racing, he finds himself drawn into the world of street racing as he becomes more involved in the battles on Mount Akina.



26. Bleach




After his family is attacked by a Hollow, Ichigo Kurosaki, a normal high school student, becomes a Soul Reaper by accepting Rukia Kuchiki’s offer to take her powers. Along with his classmates, Ichigo battles Hollows to protect their town but soon realizes there are other threats to the human world.


Orihime, Yasutora, and Uryuu join Ichigo in his fight against these dangers, and they face challenges together. They must learn to use their powers to defeat enemies while also uncovering the mysteries of their abilities and the supernatural world.



27. Shokugeki No Souma


Shokugeki No Souma


Souma Yukihira, an aspiring chef, is forced to enrol at Tootsuki Culinary Academy, where he must navigate a competitive environment and intense curriculum to become a better chef than his father.


Known for its “Shokugeki” cooking competitions, the school poses a challenge to even the most talented chefs, and Souma must prove himself if he wants to graduate. Despite his culinary expertise, Souma soon realizes that success in this cutthroat world depends on more than just skill.


This is why the series is so entertaining to the audience. The sheer content in it is enough to make you lose your mind.



28. Fairy Tail


Fairy Tail


The story follows Lucy Heartfilia, a girl with a dream of joining the magical guild Fairy Tail. This dream comes true when she meets Natsu Dragneel, a member of the guild.


Along with Natsu, Lucy joins a group of powerful mages who often find themselves in trouble. Despite facing overwhelming odds, the members of Fairy Tail share a bond of trust that helps them overcome the most daunting challenges.


Together, Lucy, Natsu, Gray, Erza, and other guild members take on odd jobs and embark on adventures to save the world from destruction. However, the dark mage Zeref remains a constant threat.


Through their experiences, they prove that Fairy Tail is one of the strongest guilds around.



29. Akame Ga Kill


Akame Ga Kill


Akame ga Kill! tells the story of Night Raid, a group of skilled assassins belonging to the Revolutionary Army, who are fighting to overthrow the corrupt Prime Minister Honest and his exploitation of the child emperor’s inexperience.


The nation is plagued by poverty and strife, and Night Raid is prepared to eliminate anyone standing in the way of the revolution. Tatsumi, a young man from a rural village, joins Night Raid and discovers the true meaning of justice as he battles powerful enemies, confronts his own values, and faces challenges that test his resolve.



30. Vinland Saga


vinland saga season 2


From his early years, Thorfinn is enthralled by the tales of seasoned sailors who have ventured to the fabled land of Vinland, a place of peace and abundance.


Unlike his frigid Icelandic village and his current life as a warrior for hire, Vinland represents an idyllic existence free from conflict.


However, Thorfinn’s reality is shaped by unending warfare.


Despite his father’s teachings about the absence of enemies and the wrongness of causing harm, Thorfinn learns that this ideal is far from the truth.


The ongoing war between England and the Danes escalates with each passing year, plunging him into a world of frequent death and destruction.


Viking mercenaries eagerly embrace the chaos, eager to gain renown and seize spoils along the way. Amidst the tumult, Thorfinn is driven by the need for revenge against Askeladd, the man responsible for his father’s murder.



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