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Kay-Posted June 16, 2021
"Netflix And Chill". There's absolutely no way you are a millennial and you haven't heard of this phrase.
And no matter what your opinions on the shows are, you can't deny that Netflix is incredible.
Netflix is undoubtedly one of the best OTT services out there. This is all thanks to its super convenient interface and humongous collection of shows.
They have always been seeking to treat the masses and with that idea, they have added more and more amazing series on their platform.
Keeping that in mind, Netflix has also added a lot of anime as well. As you already know, 'Anime' and its culture & admiration is at its peak in this era.
And it's only going to get higher and higher over time. Keeping that in mind, the Netflix providers ensured that they meet the masses and ensure a fantastic experience.
With that ideology, Netflix added hundreds of anime on its platform over the past few years and these titles are worth all the time you have.
However, choosing that one anime that you wish to watch today can be a bit tricky!
But don't you worry pal because I am here to save the day. Out of that massive pool of incredible anime that the Netflix service has to offer, which one should accompany you for dinner tonight?
Well, let me tell you! In this massive list are the Top 100 Anime On Netflix.
That's right ladies and gentlemen, now your time wasted to select the next anime would be saved.
Now all you have to do is refer to this list and just start binging.
So keep your passwords and devices ready as we dive into the Top 100 Anime On Netflix.
I hope you have a great anime-watching experience! Let's go!
100. The Way of the Househusband
Starting our massive list, we have one of the newest installments to the Netflix platform, The Way Of The Househusband.
This 5 episode ONA series was released exclusively on Netflix and it happened just now.
And by just now I mean in April 2021. Ohh yeah, it's THAT new. It is an anime adaptation of a manga of the same name.
The manga was written and illustrated by Oono Kousuke. The story is about a guy named Tatsu also known as 'Immortal Tatsu'.
How did he get that name? Well, he was a Yokuza, and an incredibly strong one with that.
I know, not his name seems understandable. Anyway, my man Tatsu was a Yakuza who was feared by his rivals as well as the police.
Someone who was looked upon as the strongest Yakuza out there. However, one day, his existence was erased.
No, he wasn't killed actually but rather, he disappeared. Later on, he showed up again to his acquaintances but this time, he is a bit different.
A bit too different. The Yakuza that feared the entire underworld is now a House Husband.
Yeah, a freaking househusband! But this stupidity just doesn't stop here. Oh No No! His gangster background brings in more trouble in his life than he already has.
Moreover, the act of slaughtering people is replaced with the act of slaughtering chickens for a tasty dish.
His new life is filled with daily life chores that may not seem to be much of a hitch but his criminal background just keeps the idiocy going!
I assume that you are one of those who likes to laugh. And if you do, I am certain that this anime would be a great watch for you this evening.
Where are my street-fighter fanboys!!! I have just the right anime for you? Yup, it's none other than the fearsome Baki.
Baki is 26 episodes long ONA series that hit the internet back in 2018. It is an anime adaptation of a manga done by TMS Entertainment.
The manga was written and illustrated by Itagaki Keisuke. The story is about a guy named Baki Hanma who wishes to defeat his father, Yuujirou.
Why you may ask? Well, that's because Yuujirou is the Strongest Man In The World.
Therefore, Baki wants to ensure that he stands as the strongest. After completing an underground tournament that he won, he realizes that he just can't rest now.
The guy who was the runner-up in that tournament warns Baki about danger. A danger that can break anyone against.
Five death row inmates have escaped. These guys are no less than monsters as their strengths are unmatched.
The biggest problem is that Baki is recognized as the winner of the tournament. Therefore, all those monsters would be seeking him for the sake of experimenting with defeat!
How will Baki and the others come over them? Well, you have to find out!
Baki is one of the most popular martial arts series of its year. The incredible and brutal action is appreciated by fans all around the globe.
If you love hand-to-hand combat and martial arts, Baki is the anime for you man.
Just beware, it's freaking brutal.
98. Sword Art Online
Anime fans who started out just recently would have heard about it. One of the most popular Isekai of all time, Sword Art Online.
Sword Art Online is a 25 episode TV anime that aired back in 2012. It is an anime adaptation of its light novel sister.
The light novel was written by Kawahara Reki and illustrated by BUNBUN. This anime from A-1 pictures revolves around a guy named Kirito and his journey in Aincrad.
What is Aincrad you may be thinking? Well, Aincrad is the Virtual Reality world my boy is stuck in.
Let me explain. The anime is set in 2022 where technology has reached new heights.
The advancements are not only amazing but seem somewhat unrealistic. However, they are indeed true.
One of such advancements is 'NerveGear' technology. NerveGear tech allows you to control your character in a game using nothing but your mind.
Yup, just like in real life, you can control and command your entire body just using your brain.
Seems interesting, doesn't it? Well, my boy Kirito, a hardcore gamer, also felt super excited when he first started playing a game called Sword Art Online.
This game was an exclusive distribution and Kirito managed to get his hands on one of its copies.
However, upon logging in, into the world, he realized that he can't log out or quit the game.
Truth hits him harder than a truck when he realizes that the creator of this game has tricked them (players) to stay in this game until they complete it.
The problem is, this world of Aincrad has multiple fights and conflicts going on. To complete the game, Kirito must survive through all the 100 levels.
However, if he dies in this game, he would be dead in real life. That's right!
His life depended upon that game and one wrong move can lead him to God.
Will Kirito be able to wake up alive? This anime made an impact when it first aired and people liked it a lot.
Being one of the recognized Isekais, Sword Art Online offers an interesting and attractive premise that any teenager would fall for.
97. Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress
Do you like a world where humanity is at the brink of extinction and there's despair all over?
Man, you are cruel! But you are not the only person who seeks entertainment in humanity's extinction.
There are 335k more people like you who enjoyed this setting in Kabaneri Of The Iron Fortress.
This 12 episode TV series made its way in 2016. It is an original anime that was directed by Araki Tetsurou and animated by WIT Studios.
The anime focuses on a guy named Ikoma who builds and services heavily equipped trains.
These trains are built for the sake of the safe travel of their passengers. What are the passengers being saved from?
Well, these people live in a world where humanity is really close to extinction thanks to 'Kabane'.
Kabane are mindless creatures who have an infinite appetite that seeks nothing but human flesh.
Defeating these monsters is not something anyone can do because the only way to defeat them is to destroy their hearts.
The difficulty starts when you realize that their hearts aren't that easy to destroy. This is because Kabane has hearts enclosed in a steel frame.
With the idea of being able to destroy this Kabane, Ikoma created a machine that he believes is capable of eradicating them.
Now with a sense of freedom in his mind, Ikoma improvises this weapon and hopes to use it as soon as possible.
However, his wait would be much shorter than he thought. Deadly Kabane is right on the corner, is Humanity ready to fight them head-on?
The anime won the 2016 Newtype Anime Awards for Best TV Anime. If you are having a free Sunday this week and you want some high-octane action and excitement, add Kabaneri to your watchlist as soon as you can.
96. Scum's Wish
Looked upon by many as one of the most unique romance series out there, we have Scum's Wish.
This 12 episode seinen anime aired back in 2017. It is an anime adaptation of its manga.
The manga was written and illustrated by Yokoyari Mengo. The story is about a couple who appears to be 'Ideal' at first but actually has a sad reality.
Hanabi Yasuraoka and Mugi Awaya are looked upon as a duo that is close to perfection.
However, the truth stands as these two share a similar emotion. That emotion is Pain.
The pain of not being able to be with your true love. For Hanabi, her true love has always been Narumi Kanai, her childhood friend in her neighborhood.
Never has she ever felt for anyone else except him. However, reality shocks her with the fact that Narumi is his homeroom teacher now.
The wound grows even wider when Hanabi realizes that Narumi also happens to be in a happy relationship with Akane Minagawa, the music teacher.
If we talk about Mugi, he has always looked at Akane with a heart in his eye.
However, her relationship with Narumi hits him harder than a truck. Therefore, these two broken hearts meet each other by accident and begin a new journey.
A journey to overcome their own loneliness by seeking pleasure in one another. Physical relationships grow as they find themselves deep in the hole in despair.
I see that you like some over-the-top, unique, and mind-blowing plots in your anime. I can't help but recommend 'Scum's Wish' for that one.
95. My Little Monster
Time for some sweet shoujo series anime fans! And the one we are going to discuss today is the adorable, My Little Monster.
This 12 episode anime aired back when you were still an idiot, I mean back in 2012.
It is an anime adaptation of a manga. The manga version of this story was written and illustrated by Robico.
The story is about the relationships of Shizuku Mizutani and Haru Yoshida. Let's take a look at them individually.
First up, we have Shizuku. She is just your typical shy high school girl who lacks social interactions and only cares about studies.
Friendship or relationship is something that she can't really comprehend. However, the way she looks at high school changes once she meets Haru.
My man Haru is a vicious menace that stopped visiting school because of a fight.
Even though they both might seem different on the surface, they are actually alike with respect to their social skills.
Funnily enough, Haru confesses to Shizuku during their meeting and they both get together. Now Shizuku, being the shy girl she is, is unable to understand the type of relationship she is in.
Bonds develop, feelings get stronger, and minds open up as Haru and Shizuku spend time with each other.
Together, they understand how feelings and emotions work. If you are a fan of shoujo anime that gives off such cute and wholesome vibes then My Little Monster could please you.
Have a great time.
Gambling can be a risky thing to do but how much? How much can a player lose in a game of cards?
Can they lose their money, their clothes, or even more? Maybe gambling can take someone's life as well.
And if you think that such a thought is somewhat irrational, wait until you watch Kakegurui.
Kalegurui is a 12 episode gambling anime that hit the TVs back in 2016. It is an anime adaptation of a Manga.
The manga was written by Homura Kawamoto and illustrated by Naomura Tooru. The story is set in a high school named Hyakkaou Private Academy where the students are trained much differently than you would expect.
Yup, an important part of their curriculum is Gambling because of its unpredictable nature. Just like in real life, a lot of your actions lead you on a journey.
Whether that journey is good or not is secondary. What happens first is your gamble on a decision.
To understand such a gamble and to be prepared for the real world, the school promotes this activity.
If you are good at gambling, you are the king of this school. If you aren't, you are pathetic.
That's how it goes. However, significant changes occur when Yumeko Jabami joins this academy. She might seem like a normal high school girl but deep down, she is a hardcore gambler who fears no losses.
In this school where your bets decide your life, will Yumeko bring a stop to all the discrimination?
Or will she become a part of this system? This anime is really popular, especially in the gambling setting.
If you wanted to watch the idea of a gamble in anime format then this anime would be a good start.
Where are all the BL fans, I have a gift for you? The next anime on our list is one of the most loved BL anime of all time.
Free is a 12 episode TV series that aired back in 2013. It is an original anime directed by Utsumi Hiroko and animated by Kyoto Animation.
The story is about Haruka Nanase who absolutely loves water and has a passion for swimming.
In elementary school, Nanase took part in a swimming relay race and won with the help of Rin Matsuoka, Nagisa Hazuki, and Makoto Tachibana.
After. However, later on, these boys parted ways and didn't meet again. That was until high school when our boys unite again.
But this union isn't as optimistic as you think it would be. The thing is, Rin has started to envy Nanase and claims that he doesn't want things to go back as they used to.
He wants to defeat Nanase and prove that he is a better swimmer. This idea leaves a bitter mark on their reunion.
Now Nagisa, Makoto, and Nanase decide to form a swimming club. However, they need a 4th member to participate in competitions.
That is where Rei Ryuugazaki comes into play. He was a former member of the track club and Nagisa recruited him.
Now the club is formed and the boys are working hard to win. As they work hard and strive with one another, strong brotherhood starts to develop.
Finally, they decide to win the championship and clear out everything between Rin and Nanase.
If you are into the boy's love kind of stuff or you are just a normal sports anime fan, 'Free' could free your stress either way.
92. High School DxD
If any of your friends or acquaintances ever call 'Anime' as 'Cartoon', please show them this anime.
That's right, we are going to talk about one of the best ecchi anime out there, High School DxD.
This 12 episode TV series aired back in 2012. It is an anime adaptation of a light novel.
The light novel was written and illustrated by Ishibumi Ichiei. The story is about Issei Hyodou who would seem like the King Of Perversion to us.
This man is basically the reincarnation of lust and loves nothing but females. His luck starts when he gets into a school where the number of boys is horribly lower than the number of girls.
Issei and his friends consider this school, heaven and seek a harem for themselves. However, their attitude doesn't allow them to have even a single girlfriend.
Luckily, Issei does end up getting a girl from another school. However, his luck runs out when that girl turns out to be a fallen angel and kills Issei.
She says that he has a 'Weapon' that needs to be disposed of. However, this is not where Issei's story is ending.
He is then reincarnated in the same world as a devil. He is basically the same person other than the fact that he is now a demon.
This life-saving act was performed by the President of the Occult Research Club, Rias Gremory.
She enslaves Issei and recruits him in her peerage. Now the Gremory peerage performs tasks to aid humans and provide their services.
Issei becomes a part of that peerage and meets new girls every single time. A heaven for him.
However, why was Issei executed in the first place and what is that 'Weapon'? Well, you have to find yourself.
High School DxD is a classic for the ecchi fans. Its fun and humorous tone is complemented really well with its action and emotional drama.
If you like your ecchi and you haven't watched High School DxD, you are really missing out man!
Don't call me a furry for adding this, Ok? Next up on our list is an interesting entry that goes by the name, BNA or Brand New Animal.
BNA is a 12 episode TV series that aired back in 2020. It is an original anime directed by Imaishi Hiroyuki and animated by Studio Trigger.
The story is set in a world where Beastmen and humans co-exist although they don't mix up very well.
The Beastmen living alongside humans have a special ability called the 'Beast Factor'. 'Beast Factor' allows them to shapeshift themselves without any issues.
However, despite this ability, Beastmen seem to be tortured in this world. To overcome that, the Beastmen reside in a city called Anima City.
It is looked upon as a haven for Beastmen. However, when human Michiru Kagemori turns into a tanuki, witnesses that the truth of Anima City is completely different.
Due to a sudden bombing in the city, Michiru meets Shirou Ogami, an incredibly strong wolf and protector of Beastmen.
Together, they work their way to know the cause of the bombing. However, soon we realize that Michiru is no ordinary Beastmen and has something special in her.
As time passes, this duo seeks the truth of this mutation of Beast Factor. Is Michiru the combination of both Human and Beastmen?
BNA is a great series with an interesting narrative and likable animation. If you don't mind being called a furry, then this anime could be a treat for you.
90. Kengan Ashura
Fights are the sole of popular anime. And when it comes to some of the most exhilarating fights, Kengan Ashura has a hell lot to offer.
Kengan Ashura is a 13 episode ONA series that aired in 2019. It is adapted from a web manga.
The web manga was written by Sandrovich Yabako and illustrated by Daromeon. The anime was animated by Larx Entertainment.
The story is set in the Edo period where the wealthy have a different approach.
You see, normally we use words to resolve problems amongst businesses and merchants. However, here at Kengan Ashura, that's not the case.
Talk? We don't do that here! In this world, solutions to disputes take place using Gladiators.
The stronger gladiator would be the one who would be favored. It's not who is correct logically, rather who is stronger.
In other words, strength makes the facts. Ouma Tokita is a gladiator trying to make his name.
He wishes to be the best and gets hired by Hideki Nogi. Nogi is a member of the Nogi group and appoints Tokita as his gladiator.
He also appoints Kazuo Yamashita as the manager for his works. Now together, this duo of Tokita and Kazuo fights others with the aid of the Kengan Association.
The question is, 'Can They Be The Best?'. You have to see for yourself man.
Just like Baki, Kengan Ashura has amazing fights that would give you goosebumps all along.
Any action anime fan just can't ignore this series.
Wouldn't I say, it's been a while since we had our last seinen anime on this list.
And this time, we have a horror one. Oh yeah! Seems exciting right? Well, it is.
After all, it's Ajin. Ajin is a 13 episode TV series that aired back in 2016.
The anime is adapted from a recognized manga. The manga was written and illustrated by Sakurai Gamon.
The story is about a mysterious species of humans known as 'Ajin'. Ajins are immortal beings that just can't be defeated.
They are not classified as humans and therefore, they are taken into custody right when they show up.
Like, if they see Ajin, he is bound to be locked. My man Kei Nagai isn't interested in Ajin.
He doesn't have much knowledge on that subject although he wishes to be a doctor.
The very little information that he has is all thanks to the news. However, his ignorance towards Ajin turns out to be a nightmare.
Kei himself had the misfortune of being a part of an accident and rebirth as an Ajin.
Now since he is an Ajin now, he is bound to be under custody. Therefore, he fights with all his will to overcome this system and stay free.
However, as he tries to do so, he realizes that the people of his new kind aren't as rare as he thinks.
If you are a fan of some good horror stuff that can put a scar on you then yeah, Ajin should be your watch.
It has somewhat of a similar narrative as Kabaneri of the iron fortress. So if you liked that, you would probably like this as well.
88. The Irregular at Magic High School
It's time to talk about some fantasy anime boys! So which one should we go for?
Maybe an interesting one for this entry like The Irregular At Magic High School? Yeah, that would be a great addition to this list.
The Irregular At Magic High School is a 26 episode TV series that aired back in 2014.
It was adapted by Studio Madhouse. The original light novel was written by Satou Tsutomu and illustrated by Ishida Kana.
The anime is set in a world where magic is not mythical anymore. Instead, magic has become a skill and a technical skill with that.
To become a great magician, one takes admission to First High School that provides education about magic.
The courses are, however, divided into 2 segments. The first one is known as 'Blooms', which is a group that has students with really great scores.
And then there are 'Weeds' who are students who aren't that good performers. Blooms get enrolled in the first course while weeds get involved in the second course.
The siblings Tatsuya and Miyuki Shiba took the entrance exam of First High School. Now Miyuki managed to get a spot in the first score.
However, Tatsuya didn't. Even though Tatsuya didn't have such an incredible score in the practical exam, his physical abilities and extensive knowledge are exceptional.
This makes him an irregular individual. Thus, the name, The irregular at magic high school.
The anime is not only fun to watch but the protagonist is really badass. If you like your Overpowered protagonist group then you should definitely take a look at this amazing series.
87. Seraph Of The End
WIT Studio is known to make some of the best humanity extinction-based anime. And their portfolio just shined brighter with Seraph Of The End being a part of it.
The series is THAT good. Seraph Of The End is a 12 episode TV series that aired back in 2015.
It is an anime adaptation of a Manga. The manga was written by Kagami Takaya and Furuya Daisuke and illustrated by Yamamoto Yamato.
The story is set in a world where an unknown virus shows up out of nowhere and brings humanity to the brink of extinction.
This virus affects everyone above the age of 13 and thus, the children are not affected.
However, the misfortune for children doesn't stop anyway. These children are kidnapped by vampires for the sake of their blood and thus, they reach a new world with almost no adult to be found.
As time passes, Yuuchiro Hyakuya, a kid who survived the virus, decides to escape this world.
This world where he has been trapped by Vampires just for the sake of his world.
With freedom in his eyes, he and his friend Mika along with some other kids decide to leave the world.
However, during that process, all of those kids are killed by Vampires and only Yuu manages to make it out.
Now, when he gets out of this world, he realizes that the entire humanity isn't gone and instead, he has the chance to take revenge.
Now with the intent to take revenge on the vampires who killed his 'Family', Yuu joins the sides of the humans.
However, the activities these humans are performing may be much darker than we think. The appeal of Seraph Of The End is its likable characters and great fights.
The emotional weight and emphasized idea of 'Family' are also placed beautifully. I feel this one would be a great addition to your watchlist.
86. Akame Ga Kill
Many fans call it the 'Game Of Thrones' of the anime industry. The next entity on our list is the very popular, Akame Ga Kill!
This 24 episode anime hit the TVs back in 2014. It is an anime adaptation of its manga sister.
The manga was written by Takahiro and illustrated by Tashiro Tetsuya. The anime is animated by studio White Fox.
The story is about a group called Night Raid that aims to overthrow the prime minister of their nation.
They believe that his greed and incompetence are what led the nation towards poverty and misery.
The Night Raid association is filled with skilled killers who understand the value of both, life and death.
However, they wouldn't wait for a second to kill someone who goes against their ideals.
These killers would do anything to have another leader other than Prime Minister Honest. It's their mission, it's their final goal.
Joining this group is a newbie named Tatsumi who enrolled in this group because he was impressed by Its ideals.
He is from a poor town and was on his adventure to gain fame and economical assistance for his village.
However, from going through villages to slaughtering humans, how will Tatsumi adjust to this massive change in his life.
And will Night Raid be able to achieve its objective? Akame Ga Kill is looked upon by many as one of the most outstanding anime out there.
The narrative and its presentation make it a watch that would be remembered for years.
I hope you can retain your memory for that long as well!
Well well, if it isn't a scary piece of work. The one that wouldn't even take seconds to make you uncomfortable and horrified, we have 'Another'.
Another is a 12 episode TV anime that aired back in 2012. It is an anime adaptation of its novel counterpart.
The novel was written and illustrated by Ayatsuji Yukito. The story is set about a girl named Misaki from Yomiyama North Middle School's class 3-3 in 1972.
One day, she was found dead and that took place during her school phase. This gave a horrifying image to the town and thus, the town was considered 'Haunted'.
Moreover, countless rumors were made regarding its mysteries and secrets. 26 years have passed and a 15-year-old boy named Kouichi Sakakibara got transferred to 3-3.
However, upon his transfer, he notices something strange. He realizes that all the students in his class have an unrealistically gloomy atmosphere.
They are always sad and they don't seem to know why. The mysteries don't seem to end right there.
Soon Kouichi realizes that a girl named Mei Misaki is ignored by everyone in the class.
Curious to know why, Kouichi gets involved with Mei, despite her and the other classmates' warnings.
This notion of curiosity would cost Kouichi some of the most expensive things he can offer.
Misery and pain await as he tries to understand this class and its phenomenon. Another is a great anime for anyone who wants to feel something different.
Not your typical happy ending stuff. No! It's painful, it's brutal, it's scarring. So if you like that kind of edgy anime, Another should be your next Netflix binge.
84. Blue Exorcist
Some great action-comedy is always a great package for anyone who wishes to enjoy his or her anime.
And if you are one of those who watch anime just for enjoyment, you should pay attention to this entry.
We are talking about the Blue Exorcist. Blue Exorcist is a 25 episode TV series that aired back in 2011.
It is an anime adaptation of its manga counterpart. The manga is written and illustrated by Katou Kazue.
The story is set in a place where two kinds are subjected. The first one is humans who live in Assiah and the other ones are demons who live in Gehenna.
Satan, being the King of Gehenna, decides to conquer the other world of Assiah. However, this is not as easy as it sounds.
To travel from realm to realm, you have to have something. And Satan wasn't able to find a proper host for possession.
So with the intent to have a proper host, he sends his son to Assiah instead.
The idea is to hope that the son becomes a capable host and then acquires his body to conquer Assiah.
Rin Okumura may seem like a menace at first but in reality, he is far different from what you can imagine.
Once, he got ambushed by demons and that accident makes him realize that he is the son of Satan himself.
Moreover, Satan wants him back so he can host him to conquer Assiah. However, Rin has other plans.
Instead of focussing on his father's plan, he decides to become an exorcist to save Assiah alongside his brother Yukio.
The duo practices their level best to become stronger and save Assiah from Satan's invasion.
Blue Exorcist is one of the most popular anime of the 'Human-Demon' setting. A lot of people love it so much thanks to its fun and enjoy nature.
If you are a fan of such a satisfying series, this anime should hit your watchlist right now.
83. The Quintessential Quintuplets
Harem is one of the most talked-about genres offered by anime. And even though there are some not-so-amazing pieces, some Harem anime is absolutely stunning.
And one of such pieces is The Quintessential Quintuplets. This 12 episode anime hit the TVs back in 2019.
It is an anime adaptation of a manga. The manga was written and illustrated by Haruba Negi.
The story is about a guy named Futarou who is your typical high schooler but really shy and somewhat detached from social life.
However, his biggest strength is his brain because he is a brilliant student that scores some amazing grades.
Now my boy actually has a few problems inside that he doesn't address a lot.
His family is actually poor and in debt. To repay that debt, Futarou starts to seek jobs.
One day, he had a small conflict with a girl named Ichika. And that conflict resulted in a poor image for both of them.
However, on the same day, he gets a great chance to make some hefty sum.
He is asked by the Nakano family to tutor their children and for that, he would be paid 5 times more than the market.
However, this is not as simple as it sounds. Remember that girl he fought with?
You guessed it! She is one of the children Ohh why did I say 'One of the'?
Well, that's because he has to tutor 5 sisters altogether. A bit hesitant at first, Futaro accepts the task and thus begins his journey filled with inexpressible struggle.
However, this struggle might turn out to be a blessing in disguise for his social life.
This anime is a recent installment in the harem genre but still has a name for itself.
If you like some good harem shows that are wholesome and appealing, make sure to check out the quintessential quintuplets.
82. 5 Centimeters Per Second
Long-distance relationships. Something that a lot of you might have experienced as you are reading this blog.
However, what makes a great long-distance relationship, and what are the hurdles that one has to cross to be a part of this beautiful bond.
Well, all of your questions would be answered by 5 Centimeters Per Second. This drama, slice of life, and romance movie aired back in 2007.
It is an original work directed by Shinkai Makoto and animated by CoMix Wave Films.
The story is about a beautiful couple, Takaki Toono and Akari Shinohara who have been loving each other since childhood.
However, their love story gets destroyed due to the distance being developed amongst them and they can't even control it.
Every day, they wake up, thinking about each other. And this bitter reality of not being able to meet and just having memories to adore hurts them more and more as time passes by.
This movie is a beautiful representation of what it really means to be a part of a bond where you can't even meet your partner.
It's an experience that anyone would ball their eyes on. 5 Centimeters Per Second won the 2007 Asia Pacific Screen Award for Best Animated Feature Film.
The presentation of the idea of love from far away is extremely delicate. If you were ever a part of a long-distance relationship, you should genuinely check out this movie.
Office work might not be the most exciting thing for the person involved in doing it.
Like the frustration and irritation, one develops for his/her repetitive life is so real. And such a real problem is placed comically in this fantastic series called Aggretsuko.
Aggretsuko or Aggressive Retsuko is a 12 episode ONA series that aired back in 2018.
The anime is directed by Rareko and animated by Fanworks. It was produced by Netflix itself.
Oh yeah. The anime tells us the stereotypical happening in an office with a glass of humor added to it.
For example, we have our ruling boss who does nothing, like seriously nothing. Then we have those who cater to the boss for no reason.
And then some people work their face-off to keep up for a great performance. Retsuko the red panda falls in the final category.
She is the one who stays up nights long just to complete the work her colleagues are lazy to do.
Out of this horribly stressful life, Retsuko likes to let off some steam in a local death metal karaoke club.
Ohh yeah, that's how swaggy she is. However, her life as a worker and her death metal karaoke is something that might not seem to be matching at first, but could potentially be a great combination.
The series is filled with humor and fun that anyone can enjoy. Whether it's your troupes or your actual office life, being able to enjoy this series is a piece of cake.
If you had a bad day at work today, why not give this a try?
80. Welcome To Demon School! Iruma kun
Time to talk about some more Isekai, weebs. You see, the appeal of Isekai is more or less, the fun and enjoyable nature of the series.
And when we want some fun and enjoyable Isekai, Iruma Kun is a name that we should remember.
This 23 episode anime aired back in 2019. It is an anime adaptation of a manga.
The manga was written and illustrated by Nishi Osamu. Whereas the anime was animated by Bandai Namco Pictures.
The story is about Iruma Kun (obviously) but his full name is Iruma Suzuki. You see, my man doesn't seem to have a great life for himself.
His parents never cared for him or themselves either. They were always slacking off and this forced him to work even at such a young age.
Now irresponsible deeds from his parents just don't end here. One of the worst things his parents had done was selling him to a Demon named Sullivan.
Now getting yourself sold to a demon may not seem the best thing in the world.
Luckily, he isn't standing in the misfortune for now. Sullivan wanted Iruma just like a grandchild and not for any evil purposes.
So he used to take a lot of care of him. Iruma was also admitted to a school.
However, that school was not a regular school. It was a demon school. Now a human getting transferred into a demon school might not seem like a great idea.
I mean he can't perform magic and he has to conceal his identity from everyone.
To his favor, the chairman of the school is Sullivan himself. So it's a bit easier for him to hide but being able to hide forever is a tough task.
A comical and humorous tone added to the series as Iruma tries to keep his secret yet blend in with his school.
This Isekai anime is one of those 'Shut-your-brain-and-just-enjoy' kinds of series. You don't have to worry about 'Complexity' or 'Depth'.
No! Throw that out of the window. All you have to worry about is whether he would be able to hide his truth or not.
79. Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions
Aha! Some wholesome stuff is on its way ladies and gentlemen. I believe you have even heard of this one if you have been in this community for a while.
Yup, it's Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions. This 12 episode anime decided to show up on the TVs, back in 2012.
It is an anime adaptation of a light novel. The light novel was written by Torako and illustrated by Ousaka Nozomi.
The series follows the concept of 'chuunibyou' and its effects on Yuuta Togashi. Chuunibyou, to explain in the best way possible, is the idea of being an individual from a fantasy world.
Sounds crazy? Well, let me explain. As you all know, there have been multiple stages in our life where we looked at ourselves a bit differently.
We considered ourselves 'special' and deviated from the masses. This act of considering oneself 'special' can go as far as looking at oneself as a being from a realm that doesn't even exist.
A fantasy realm. So, my boy, Yuuta Togashi has had his share of such days.
And as you would have guessed, this idea brings in a lot of embarrassment with it.
Thus, Yuuta, being known as the 'Dark Flame Master', also experienced a lot of embarrassment as well.
So he decided to leave all of this and move on. All of this stupid stuff that happened in middle school is supposed to be overlooked by Yuuta in high school.
Thus, he chooses a high school that's really far away from his middle school. However, his approach of living a chuunibyou free life shatters as he meets Takanashi Rikka.
Now Rikka, just like Yuuta, had her share of chuunibyou. She proclaims herself as the vessel of the 'Wicked Eye'.
In other words, she hasn't overcome the stage of chuunibyou yet. Now Yuuta, a man who wanted to give up on his delusions, met a girl who has those delusions.
Ironic, isn't it? And this irony continues as he and Rikka get to know each other better and spend more time together.
This anime is specifically for people who love their wholesome, moe, cute, etc kind of stuff.
Throw in some KyoAni magic and bam! You have a fantastic series to accompany you this evening.
By the way, here's a little trivia for you. This series was an honorable mention in the 2010 Kyoto Animation Awards.
78. Tokyo Ghoul
A conversation about 'Popular Horror Anime' would be completely incomplete if we don't mention Tokyo Ghoul in it.
For many, this is one of their first few anime and thus, it holds a special place in their hearts.
Tokyo Ghoul is a 12 episode TV series that aired back in 2014. It is an anime adaptation from a Manga.
The Manga was written and illustrated by Ishida Sui. The story is set in Tokyo where an unidentified species called 'Ghouls' have made their way.
These species have fast regeneration and a human-like appearance. However, the most decisive factor for ghouls is their brute strength.
Moreover, these guys don't like burgers or anything for that matter. They like human flesh though, which is, you know, an interesting food source.
Anyway, these ghouls have taken over the city and are the potential reason for many human deaths.
Now our boy Kaneki Ken is far away from all this misery. However, his life gets entangled with Ghouls thanks to his date.
Yeah. He got his life threatened because of his date. The reason is that my boy accidentally dated a Ghoul and the Ghoul tried to feast on him.
However, luck plays in his favor and he manages to survive. The problem is, he is not a human anymore.
He is a Ghoul now. And losing humanity is a nightmare. Therefore, Kaneki has started to live this nightmare where he has to eat his own kind just to survive.
Troubles are on their way as Kaneki figures out his new life and tries to absorb its effects.
Tokyo Ghoul is undoubtedly a massively popular series both in terms of Manga and Anime.
The series has gained widespread recognition amongst otakus and they love the series. So if you are a fan of some edgy and brutal action, Tokyo Ghoul is the show for you.
77. Bungo Stray Dogs
I can bet that many of you right now are fans of one specific genre, Mystery.
And if Sherlock Holmes or The Girl On The Train ever excited you then I believe this anime can be up to your liking.
Enter Bungo Stray Dogs. This 12 episode TV anime aired back in 2016. It is an anime adaptation of a manga.
The manga was written by Asagiri Kafka and illustrated by Harukawa35. The story is about a guy named Atsushi Nakajima and a mystical tiger.
Atsushi used to be a part of an orphanage and experienced something unusual for some recent weeks.
A mystical tiger was plaguing his orphanage and only he seems to be aware of it.
However, this plague turned against him as people started suspecting Atsushi for the happening. Therefore, he is discarded from the orphanage and has nowhere to live.
His brutal life with no one to rely on was taking severe turns when suddenly something happened.
Atsushi saved a man named Dazai Osamu from drowning and that act turned out to be his life changer.
Osamu is a suicide enthusiast and a genius detective who also seemed to be working on the same mythical tiger that destroyed Atsushi's life.
Therefore, they both start working together to solve this problem and find the truth. However, as time passes by Atsushi gets involved with Osamu, Doppo Kunikida, and his entire group that solves the strangest of cases using their supernatural abilities.
Thus embarks the journey of a normal man in a not-so-normal group. Anyone who likes their mystery and seinen stuff just can't miss this one.
It's funny, it's exciting and has a lot of great characters. A pretty good watch if you ask me.
So if you are a part of the anime community for a while, you know about the idea of the 'Big Three' right?
You know, the three most popular shounen anime of their generation that make a massive impact on the industry.
And one of them is our next entry, Bleach. Bleach is a 366 episodes long TV series that aired back in 2004.
It is an anime adaptation of a very popular manga. The manga was written and illustrated by Kubo Tite.
The story starts with Ichigo Kurosaki, our typical high school student, you know, nothing wrong there.
But misery starts to happen when his family is attacked by a 'Hollow'. Now you might be wondering, what's a 'Hollow'?.
Well, Hollow are evil spirits who wish to attack human souls. These spirits are put to an end by Soul Reapers.
And one such soul reaper tried to save Ichigo's family. However, she wasn't able to do the task perfectly and so she asked Ichigo to become a soul reaper and finish the Hollow.
Accepting his offer, Ichigo is now a soul reaper who seeks to kill every Hollow that tries to attack his town.
But wait, he is not alone in this. His classmates Orihime Inoue, Yasutora Sado, and Uryuu Ishida are also a part of the soul reaper group.
Moreover, each of them has its own abilities that would aid them in the task of soul reaping.
Thus embarks the journey of Ichigo as he tries to put an end to every single hollow that tries to pose a threat to his town.
Bleach is one of the most remarkable anime from the industry. The anime brought shounen into a bigger spotlight and influenced a lot of creators.
If you want to experience what amazing shounen anime the industry offered before the 2010s then Bleach is a must-watch for you.
75. Devil man: Crybaby
Well, it's time for some scary stuff ladies and gentlemen. And what other anime would scare us as much as Devilman: Crybaby?
Devil man: Crybaby is a 10 episode ONA series that aired back in 2018. It is an anime adaptation of a manga.
The manga was written and illustrated by Nagai Go. The anime is directed by Yuasa Masaaki.
The story is about Akira Fudou who is a man with not so much manliness.
The world features devils who need a host to take form. However, if the will is strong enough, the host can overcome the devil and become a Devilman.
Now Akira and his friend Ryou Asuka went to a party to know about devils.
But commotion in that party leads to Akira getting possessed by a devil. However, his strong will lets him be a devilman instead.
Now with the weak heart of Akira and the disastrous power of the Devil, this individual along with Ryou fights all those against humanity.
It is one of Masaki Yuuasa's directions so you know that the storytelling would be unique and with drama intensified.
If you are a fan of some good horror stuff then this anime should be on your watchlist.
Time for some cute girls stuff, weebs. The anime we are going to talk about next is a cute one named K-ON!
This 13 episode TV anime aired back in 2009. It is an anime adaptation of a Manga.
The manga was written and illustrated by Kakifly. The series focuses on Yui Hirasawa who wishes to join a club in her high school days.
To do so, she decides to join the Light Music Club assuming that it's about playing simple instruments.
However, Yui is not that good with music so she quits the club immediately. The problem is that the light music club needs members for the sake of survival.
Therefore, they offer anything and everything that Yui can do in the club and become a member.
However, Yui feels uncomfortable and thus she declines. Until one last time, the light music club gave their performance to Yui that inspired her.
Thereon, it's a simple story about Cute girls doing cute things making the best of their high school time.
It is a slice-of-life anime with a glass of Moe added to it. So if you are having a bad time these days, K-ON! has the power to enlighten you.
73. Classroom Of The Elite
Are you tired of really simple stories with the same hero-villain approach? Then look no further as this anime has something new in store for you.
Something really special. Classroom Of The Elite is a 12 episode TV anime that aired back in 2017.
It is an anime adaptation of its light novel sister. The light novel was written by Kinugasa Shougo and illustrated by Tomose Shunsaku.
Koudo Ikusei Senior High School is a school that has an incredible employment rate and academic performance.
Being a part of that school essentially means that you are certain to have your dream job or university.
However, the truth about such a fascinating school lies within itself where students are given an incredible amount of freedom and wealth.
However, Kiyotaka Ayanokoji senses that the system of this school is not as simple as it seems.
I mean giving ¥100,000 to every student, every month is insane in itself. But what exactly is the truth of this school and how do people become so successful.
Truth and complexity unfold as you watch every episode of this anime. The series has a great representation of a hierarchy in society.
The discriminated nature of humans is presented fantastically in this anime.
72. Little Witch Academia
Now I see that you are having a rough time at your school/work these days.
And you want some refreshing anime to chill and relax. Well, Netflix also has the ideal selection for you in the form of Little Witch Academia.
This 25 episode TV series aired back in 2017. It is an original anime directed by Yoshinari You and animated by Studio Trigger.
The story is set in a magical world where Atsuko "Akko" Kagari wishes to be just like Shiny Chariot, her idol.
To do so, she takes admission to Luna Nova Magical Academy irrespective of her non-magical background.
However, her life in Luna Nova isn't that smooth, oh no! Her lack of magical skills and quirky attitude turns out to be a hurdle.
But the sheer willpower she possesses for the sake of being like Shiny Chariot. Thus begins the journey of Akko in a school where she is completely incapable but has the desire to be at the top.
The series is a pretty simple one with nothing complex to bang your head about.
It's cute, funny, and entertaining. Quite a package if you are having a bad time these days.
71. Kono Oto Tomare
Fan of music? Want some anime that can remind you of your good old days of holding a guitar or vibing a piano?
Well, I and Netflix have just the anime for you. Kono Oto Tomare is a 13 episode TV anime that aired back in 2019.
It is an anime adaptation of a manga. The manga was written and illustrated by Sakura Amyuum.
The story is about Chika whose grandfather was a Koto Maker and wanted him to experience the greatness of this instrument.
Now to understand the true essence of his late grandfather, Chika wishes to join the Tokise High School Koto Club.
However, despite being short on members, the president doesn't allow Chika into the club because Chika had a foul status.
But when he witnesses his enthusiasm and sincerity for the task, he accepts him along with a few more trouble makers.
Kono Oto Tomare is the story of these guys practicing and learning from each other as they wish to compete and win the national championships.
For a lot of fans who love their musical stuff, Kono Oto Tomare is great.
It is even greater especially when you have a musical background. You know, it adds up to the relatability factor.
I hope you enjoy it.
70. Magi: Adventures Of Sinbad
Ever heard of the Arabian Nights? Oh, so you are a fan of such a series?
Well, look no further as this anime would be a stunning experience for an Arabian Nights fan like you.
Magi: Adventure of Sinbad is a 12 episode TV series that aired back in 2019.
It is an anime adaptation of a manga. The manga was written by Ohtaka Shinobu and illustrated by Ohtera Yoshifumi.
Just as the title suggests, the series is about Sinbad from the Arabian Nights and his adventures in his era.
In his world, Sinbad is said to be the "Child Of Destiny". After his birth, he used to have a cheerful and fun life in his small village until his father faced death.
Being heavily inspired by his father, Sinbad had a strong sense of justice and wanted to help the weak.
However, to help the weak is to become strong yourself. Therefore, Sinbad begins his journey to new places for capturing dungeons and acquiring strength from the same.
What does nature have in store for this child? Well, let's find out. Magi: Adventure Of Sinbad is a part of the entire Arabian Nights.
The anime adaptation is amazing in terms of animation and adventurous themes. If you like your adventurous stuff then this series should be your watch.
69. Megalo Box
Time to beat some cruel dudes, shall we? Well, you might not feel the urge to raise your hand now but Megalobox would fuel you to punch every enemy you have.
Don't take it seriously though, absorb 'Peace'. But anyway, Megalobox is a 13 episode TV anime that aired back in 2018.
It is an original anime directed by Moriyama You and animated by TMS Entertainment. The story is about a Junk Dog, an underground fighter, and his journey at Megalo Box.
What is 'Megalo Box' you may ask? Well, it is a sport where people use mechanical limbs called 'Gears' to improve their strength and efficiency.
Now Junk Dog gets challenged by the Megalo Box champion Yuuri and to defeat him, Junk Dog, now known as Joe has to face opponents on a different level in the tournament of Megalonia.
Will he be able to keep up with the growing competition and prove his worth?
You have to watch that for yourself. If you are a massive action fan who loves their hand-to-hand combat and brutal action kind of stuff, Megalo Box is just the anime for you.
68. Tiger & Bunny
No No No No!!!! It isn't what you think. It's completely different. It's not a cute-stuff anime.
In fact, it's a really serious anime that would give you a completely unique experience.
Tiger & Bunny is a 25 episode TV series that aired back in 2011. It is an original anime directed by Satou Keiichi and animated by Studio Sunrise.
The series is set in the city of Stern Bild where people who have special abilities are referred to as 'NEXT'.
They can use their abilities for wrong or right purposes. A group called NEXT starts to appear on Hero TV and takes down villains and evildoers.
Amongst that group, is Kotetsu T. Kaburagi also known as "Wild Tiger, " who has been a hero for a while.
However, his performance has been down lately due to a lack of coordination and strength.
So to reach the same level as his peers again, he teams up with a hero named Barnaby Brooks Jr. also known as Bunny.
But this couple doesn't fit that well, to say the least. Therefore, this group must get together and strive to bring down the evildoers and get a boost to their careers.
Tiger & Bunny is NOT an anime made for children or so. In fact, it has its own serious appeal with a great narrative.
For a fan of some great mystery superpower anime, this one is a great choice.
67. Ergo Proxy
Time to talk about serious matters, weebs. No more messing around because the next entry is no joke.
We are talking about the fantastic seinen anime, Ergo Proxy. Ergo Proxy is a 23 episode anime that aired back in 2006.
It is an original anime that was directed by Murase Shukou and animated by Studio Manglobe.
The story is about a human civilization that is on the brink of extinction. However, survival is essential so they develop human-like robots called "AutoReivs".
However, these 'AutoReivs' seem to be getting affected by 'Cogito Virus', a virus that grants them self awareness.
To look into matters more deeply, the ruler of Romdo assigns his granddaughter to look into the matter.
However, this simple and slow investigation soon turns out to be detrimental as humanity's sins are explored in this search.
Now for all the sci-fi seinen fans out there, I want your attention. If you want some serious and strong anime that would make your head work then make sure to look at Ergo Proxy.
66. Carole And Tuesday
Another music anime is on its way, weebs. This time around, we have the melodious Carole And Tuesday.
This 24 episode TV anime hit the TVs back in 2019. It is an original anime directed by Watanabe Shinichiro and animated by Studio Bones.
The series is based on Mars because why not? Anyway, human civilization has advanced to the point where we can stay on Mars thanks to AI.
Carole is a part-time worker who plays the keyboard for fun. Whereas Tuesday is a girl who escaped her family's wealth to pursue her dreams for music.
A fateful encounter causes them both to meet and decide upon beginning their career in music.
However, the music industry is dominated by AI. Will these 2 be able to portray their feelings?
This anime is filled with human drama with a pinch of Sci-fi. If you are going through self-doubt or tough competition, then this anime could show you a brighter light.
Time for some powerful Isekai anime ladies and gentlemen. And this time, we have the one with a great protagonist!
Overlord is a 13 episode TV series that aired back in 2015. It is an anime adaptation of a light novel.
The light novel was written by Maruyama Kugane and illustrated by so-bin. The story is about a virtual reality game that Momonga was playing.
The game was about to shut down and servers were going down. Therefore, Momonga decided to play the game for one final time.
However, to his surprise, even after midnight, he is still able to play the game and interact with NPC.
But something is different. He is actually IN THE GAME. Therefore, he can control even after the game was shut.
But why is it happening and how can he overcome it? That's the question he seeks answers for.
A lot of Isekai tend to be where the protagonist is a handsome dude who gets teleported to a new world.
However, Overlord has a different and unique approach. Isekai fans like you would definitely develop a liking for this series.
Don't call me a 'Furry' for adding this to our list. I just can't help it.
It's a great series available on Netflix so we have to put it here, right?
Beastars is a 12 episode TV anime that aired back in 2019. It is an anime adaptation of a Manga.
The manga was written and illustrated by Itagaki Paru. The story is about a Grey Wolf named Legoshi.
The series is based in a world where animals are the 'Humans' and problems arise due to their natural notion.
In other words, high tension exists amongst these animals due to being herbivores or carnivores.
Legoshi has been accused of the death of his friend. However, he knows that's not true but still hides his instincts to avoid conflicts.
One day, Legoshi meets Haru, a white rabbit, and falls for her. But his instinctive nature and his love collide as he tries to find her true self.
Reality is expressed beautifully with the use of animals in Beastar's narrative. See, I know what you might be thinking.
Liking this anime would make you a furry but hey, that's not true. The series features animals and portrays the incorrect structure of society with a beautiful metaphor.
63. Yowamushi Pedal
Almost all of us have been involved in some of the other forms of sport.
And being a part of such a sport is a completely different feeling. Just how it's a different feeling watching Yowamushi Pedal.
Yowamushi Pedal is a 38 episode TV series that aired back in 2013. It is an anime adaptation of a manga of the same name.
The manga was written and illustrated by Watanabe Wataru. The story follows Sakamichi Onoda, your typical Otaku who wants to enjoy his anime and have fun in the anime club.
However, the club in his school has been disbanded so he decides to revive it again.
However, he isn't able to find any members. One day, he was biking on a track he has been biking for ages and meet his classmate.
His classmate is impressed by how easily he was able to climb the slope he was trying for so long.
Therefore, he challenges Onoda for a bike race. If Onoda wins, that classmate will become a part of the anime club.
Thus embarks the journey of cheerful Onoda in the world of Bike Racing. The series is great for people who have got themselves involved in a specific sport and want to refresh those memories.
Do you have some?
62. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure
There's absolutely no way you have been in the anime community for long enough but you haven't heard of this anime.
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure is one of its kind. This 26 episode anime aired back in 2012.
It is an anime adaptation of a Manga. The manga was written and illustrated by Araki Hirohiko.
The story is just what it sounds like. It is about the Bizarre adventures of the Jojo family.
This family can use superpowers and they utilize those superpowers to save the day. A lot of family-oriented characters along with a lot of great action scenes and amazing story are a part of this amazing series.
And yeah, there is plenty of material that can be used for references. If you haven't watched Jojo's Bizarre adventure yet, make sure to watch it this weekend on Netflix.
61. Black Clover
'The Big 3' has always been a title that almost every shounen anime wishes to achieve during its release era.
And being a strong competitor for that title is no joke. However, Black Clover managed to make its way to the spot almost immediately after its release.
Yes, it's THAT amazing. Black Clover is a 170 episode long TV series that aired back in 2017.
It is an anime adaptation of its manga sister. The manga was written and illustrated by Tabata Yuuki.
The story is set in a magical world where people use magic as naturally as breathing.
However, the one unfortunate individual that can't use magic at all is Asta. On the other hand, his orphan brother Yuno is profound in magic to a point where he is looked upon as the most potent individual for the title of 'Wizard King'.
Now Asta trains himself physically to learn magic but he just fails to be worthy.
However, in an unfortunate encounter, Asta tries to save Yuno and realizes something new. Even though he can't learn magic, he gets a 'Black Clover' book that allows him to use it.
Thus, they both defeat the one that caused the trouble and save the day. Thus, begins the journey of Yuno and Asta to make their way into the real world and become the next Wizard King.
Black Clover is massively popular amongst anime fans and people enjoy it a lot. It's a bit long I know but if you have a free month upcoming, you can definitely check out this anime.
60. Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans
My Gundam homies, where are you? This gift is especially for you guys. Making its spot on our list, we have Mobile Suit Gundam.
This 25 episode anime aired back in 2015. It is an original anime directed by Nagai Tatsuyuki and animated by Studio Sunrise.
The story is about humanity during its development on Earth and Mars. It's a drama-heavy mecha series that targets human emotions and development based on internal politics.
If you are a fan of mecha series that have their war and high-octane action then this anime is a must-watch for you.
59. Maid Sama!
Time for some banger shoujo anime, weebs. This time around, we would be taking a look at the shoujo classic Maid Sama.
This 26 episode anime aired back in 2010. It is an anime adaptation of a manga written and illustrated by Fujiwara Hiro.
The story is about Misaki Ayuzawa who is nothing less than an ideal student with amazing grades and behavior.
However, one day, her secret of being a part-time maid gets exposed by a guy named Usui.
Thereon, Usui starts to tease her and have fun instead of actually complaining to the school.
However, this relationship gets closer than you would imagine. Want some entertaining shoujo anime that will appeal to you no matter what?
Move no further.
It's time to cry. The next entry on our list is a cry fest we call by the name of Clannad.
Clannad is a 23 episode TV series that aired back in 2007. It is an anime adaptation of a visual novel.
Renowned Maeda Jun is a part of this work series is about Tomoya who seems to have no interest in life but gets to see the bright side when he meets Nagisa.
After a few encounters, they both become friends and wish to restart the drama club.
Thus, Tomoya realizes that life isn't as dull as he thinks. This anime is looked upon as one of the best, especially its sequel season.
If you enjoy this one, make sure to check out Clannad: After Story as well.
57. Kill La Kill
Original anime that can make a lasting impression are rare. And amongst those rare gems stands the acclaimed Kill La Kill.
Kill La Kill is a 24 episode original anime directed by Imaishi, Hiroyuki and directed by Studio Trigger.
It aired back in 2013. The story revolves around Ryuuko Matoi and her search for her father's killer.
This search leads her to a school where quite a few students have unreal abilities.
She believes that the student council president of that school knows something about his father's death.
However, to meet the president, she has to overcome all the obstacles in her way.
Kill La Kill won The Best Original Anime Of The Decade Award by FUNIMATION. What else can I say to prove its amazingness?
Another fantastic fantasy series has made its way on our list. Meeting the benchmarks of the fans, we have Dorohedoro.
This 12 episode TV anime aired back in 2020. It is adapted from a manga that was written and illustrated by Hayashida Q.
The story is set in the city of HOLE where the strong attack the weak.
Kaiman gets cursed by a sorcerer and now is in search of the culprit in this rotten world of HOLE.
However, to find the culprit, he must bite their heads and seek the answer. Will he be able to realize the culprit and his own forgotten past?
For any magic fan, this anime is a banger. It's a bit dark in its storytelling but compromises in no aspects otherwise.
55. That Time I Got Reincarnated As A Slime
If I were to talk about one of the best Isekai out there, I would make sure to discuss this banger.
The incredible slime Isekai. This 24 episode TV series aired back in 2018. It is an anime adaptation of a light novel.
The light novel was written by Fuse and illustrated by Mitz Vah. The series is literally what it sounds like.
It's about a guy who got reincarnated in a mystical world as a slime. Now don't disregard it as 'Another Generic Isekai', oh no boy.
It's much better. Just the sheer amount of enjoyment is more than enough to make you love this series.
If you are a fan of some calm and entertaining stuff that requires no brain then Slime Isekai is THE Isekai for you.
54. Angel Beats!
Another cry fest on its way weebs, make some space. We are being accompanied by Angel Beats!
This 12 episode TV anime aired back in 2010. It is an original anime scripted by Maeda Jun and animated by P.
A. Works. The series follows a world where people with unjustified deaths take rebirth. Otonoshi is another guy who gets teleported to this world and stands completely unknown to his surroundings.
Upon further meetings, he realizes that if he had a simple life in this world, he would fade away.
However, there is a lot more reason for this than what meets the eye. This anime is just amazing in developing character emotions and drama.
And the ending? Well, you need to look for that yourself! I won't spoil but it is incredible.
53. Kuroko No Basket
I see that you like some of your spicy sports huh!? Well, to quench your thirst, I have a gift for you.
It's the next entry on our list, Kuroko No Basket. This 25 episode TV anime aired back in 2012.
It is an anime adaptation of a manga. The manga was written and illustrated by Fujimaki Tadatoshi.
The series follows the journey of Kuroko and his high school team as they try to become the best players in the High School division.
However, the hardships and problems that arise with their relationships and characters are worth talking about.
If you have ever indulged yourself in the world of Basketball, then this anime is for you man.
I don't think we can even start our discussion about 'Fantastic Isekai' without mentioning Konosuba.
One of the best isekai series out there without a doubt. This 10 episode anime aired back in 2016.
It is an anime adaptation of a light novel. The light novel was written by Akatsuki Natsume and illustrated by Mishima Kurone.
The anime is just as you would expect. Protagonist Kazuma gets teleported to a fantasy world where he gets to choose a partner and he chooses a girl named Aqua.
Now the fun begins when he starts to face a financial crisis instead of beating the villains.
Humor and fun are filled in this series as you watch Kazuma have the roughest time of his life.
For anyone who is having a really bad day or month or year or decade, don't hold back on giving this anime a try.
It is insanely funny.
Now then, let's talk about some high octane series, shall we? And what other series to talk about than the exciting Durarara!
This 24 episode TV anime aired back in 2010. It is an anime adaptation of a light novel.
The light novel was written by Narita Ryohgo and illustrated by Yasuda Suzuhito. The story is about Mikado Ryuugamine and his encounter with the infamous 'Black Rider'.
In Ikebukuro, Tokyo rumors say that a headless Black Rider drives his jet black bike.
Mikado's encounter with the same brings in new twists and turns in his life as supernatural things start to happen with him.
How will he survive along with other Tokyo citizens in such a commotion? As you would have guessed, Biking is a considerable part of the narrative that brings more and more excitement to the series.
If you wish to accompany some high-octane anime this evening then seek Durarara from your Netflix search bar.
50. No Game No Life
We are halfway there, weebs. And starting this new half of our list with No Game No Life would be a great decision.
I mean it's one of the most popular Isekai of all time. We HAVE to talk about it.
No Game No Life is a 12 episode TV series that aired back in 2014.
It is an anime adaptation of a light novel. The light novel was written and illustrated by Kamiya Yuu.
The story is about a brother and sister Shiro and Sora who just so happen to be gamers.
And no, not some ordinary, casual gamers. They are the best gamer duo in the world known as Blank.
Now they both are invited to another world by the God of that world and thus, this duo gets teleported into a world where games decide the hierarchy.
Will Sora and Shiro, the geniuses of games, face issues in this world or become the new God?
No Game No Life is a fun-to-watch Isekai anime that is known by every single fan of Isekai.
The game setting of this anime makes it even more interesting. Not to mention, this anime has one of the most awaited second seasons in anime.
So yeah, it's a pretty good anime to accompany for dinner tonight.
49. Cardcaptor Sakura
Classics just never cease to amaze me. Years have passed since their release yet they keep on appearing in our discussions.
And the one we are going to discuss today is Cardcaptor Sakura. This 70 episode TV series aired back in 1998.
It is an anime adaptation of a manga. The manga was written and illustrated by CLAMP.
The story is the journey of Sakura Kinomoto as she becomes what we know as Cardcaptor Sakura.
She is supposed to collect powerful cards scattered around the world to maintain peace. This anime is a remarkable magical girls' show in its category.
The series has a simple narrative yet cute and interesting execution. Just for trivia, Cardcaptor Sakura won the Animage Grand Prix award for Best Anime in 1999.
So yeah, if you want to experience some banger Magical Girls' Show then make sure to take a look at Cardcaptor Sakura.
Some cute and wholesome romance anime are on their way ladies and gentlemen. This time around, we are going to be accompanied by the entertaining series of Toradora.
Toradora is a 25 episode TV anime that aired back in 2008. It is an anime adaptation of a light novel.
The light novel was written by Takemiya Yuyuko and illustrated by Yasu. The story is about the unusual relationship development between Ryuuji Takasu and Taiga Aisaka.
They both have been quite a popular name in their schools individually but never had a great social life.
However, they fell for each other's friends and then became friends themselves to aid each other.
This seemingly commotion-ful series has a lot of fun and wholesomeness was added to it.
The relationship progression is fantastic. So yeah, if you want to chill out this evening with some good anime that can relax and entertain you with their cuteness then why not take a look at Toradora?
47. Fruits Basket
Two romance anime in a row? That's kind of rare. Either way, both of them are amazing.
We talked about Toradora. But we are yet to discuss Fruits Basket, aren't we? This 25 episode TV anime aired back in 2019.
It is an anime adaptation from a Manga. The manga was written and illustrated by Takaya Natsuki.
The story is about Tooru Honda, an unfortunate girl who lost her family and is now living homeless.
Her secret of living homeless gets discovered by the renowned Souma family who decides to take her in.
However, her appearance in the family exposes a big secret of the family itself. You see, if any member of the opposite gender hugs them, they get transformed into animals of the Chinese Zodiac.
Now, this truth is revealed, the stay of Tooru in the Souma's residence would be even more interesting and fun.
Fruits Basket from 2019 is a reboot of the original Fruits Basket anime adaptation. Overcoming those minute flaws, this version of Fruits Basket is an absolute banger that gained a massive following in no time.
46. The Tale of The Princess Kaguya
So we are at THAT stage huh? I mean, you know you have reached pretty high on your list when you have a Ghibli movie as an entry.
The Tale Of The Princess Kaguya is a 2 hour 20 min long anime movie directed by Takahata Isao and animated by Studio Ghibli.
The story is based on the Japanese folklore of the same name. The movie is about a woodcutter named Okina who finds an infant girl in a bamboo shoot.
He assumes that she is a gift from heaven and takes her to his home.
There Okina and his wife decide to parent that infant. As time passes by, the girl, now known as Kaguya, grows bigger and gets along with the entire village.
However, when her father finds a fortune again, her luck changes. With this new fortune, her father wants to make her a real princess.
How will this unwanted search for royalty payout for Kaguya? This movie has some of the most eye-pleasing experiences you would have.
Not only the animation is great but also the execution of the plot is amazing as well.
Not to mention, this film received over 20 nominations worldwide from critics' associations, film festivals, and academies, winning seven times.
45. Kiki’s Delivery Service
Another Ghibli movie has made its way on this list. But I mean, come on.
Why wouldn't it? They are one of the best anime studios for a reason. Talking about Kiki's Delivery Service specifically, this movie aired back in 1989.
It is an original movie directed by Hayao Miyazaki and animated by Studio Ghibli. The story is about a young witch named Kiki who is in training right now.
As a part of the tradition, she is supposed to live in a new town for an entire year and adapt there.
As Kiki reaches the place, she finds herself incapable of adapting. However, Osono offers her a place to stay in exchange for making deliveries for his bakery.
Over time, Kiki decides to make her own delivery service to achieve self-dependence. Thereon begins the journey of this young witch, trying to understand the reality of this world and the word 'Responsibility'.
The film won the 1989 Animage's Anime Grand Prix Award. So do you need any more reason as to why you should watch it?
44. Whisper of the Heart
Yet another Ghibli movie made its way to the list. And it's 3 times in a row so you have to watch all 3 of these.
And the one we are talking about in this entry is Whisper Of The Heart.
This 1 hour 50 mins long movie aired back in 1995. It is an anime movie adaptation of a Manga named 'Mimi Wo Sumaseba'.
The manga was written and illustrated by Hiiragi Aoi. The story is about a literature-loving girl named Shizuku Tsukishima.
One day, she was looking at the check-out cards in her library and found out that a boy named Seiji, also reads the same books as she does.
Now, she wishes to meet this boy who shares the same passion as her. Some other day, she gets attracted to an antique shop by a cat and there she finds out about Seiji.
Now they both befriend each other immediately and Seiji expresses his dream. However, Shizuku doesn't have a dream yet, and therefore, along with Seiji, she decides to find a passion and dream for her life.
The beautiful relationship between Seiji and Shizuku blended with the wholesomeness of Studio Ghibli and Bam!
We have a great combination. Not to mention, this movie was the highest-grossing one in the year 1995.
43. Food Wars!
So you are a housewife or cooking lover who wants to enjoy some tasty food being made?
Well, look now further as Food Wars! is just the anime for you. This 24 episode TV series aired back in 2015.
It is an anime adaptation of a manga series. The manga was written by Tsukuda Yuuto & Morisaki Yuki and illustrated by Saeki Shun.
The story is about Souma Yukihara who has been working under his father as a chef since childhood.
However, suddenly his father closes his restaurant and sends Souma to Tootsuki Culinary Academy to test his skills.
This academy is filled with people who are considered Elite Chefs and has an insane passing rate of only 10%.
Moreover, they also conduct multiple cooking showdowns called 'Food Wars' where students compete and test their skills.
Will Souma be able to survive in this cutthroat competition? Food Wars is THE anime that is passionate about cooking and wants to enjoy some entertaining shows revolving around it.
The amount of hype and excitement is enough to keep you hooked all along.
42. Re: Zero
For a lot of people, Isekai isn't exactly the best genre out there. Many anime fans criticize this sub-genre for being generic and repetitive.
However, that one Isekai series that seemed to have overcome all such criticism is Re: Zero.
This 25 episode TV anime aired back in 2016. It is an anime adaptation of a light novel.
The light novel was written by Nagatsuki Tappei and illustrated by Ootsuka Shinichirou. The story is about a guy named Subaru who gets teleported into a new world.
Seeking a few answers, he comes across a girl named Satella who helps her, and then he starts following her.
During his chase, he realizes that the way people treat Satela is different. Confused yet happy Subaru starts to get a bit along with his surroundings.
But little does he know that his fate in this place is death. Not just 1 death, rather 100s of deaths.
Re: Zero is one of the darkest Isekai anime out there. The way it creates its atmosphere and its overall narrative is freaking good.
If you want to hype for some great fantasy world journey then pick your coffee with Subaru.
Rising The Ranks of anime on Netflix, we have Castlevania. An anime that is NOT an anime.
This animated series is done by Studio Frederator. It is directed by Sam Deats and created by Warren Ellis.
The story is about Draculas and the saviors of the city. These lethal Draculas are making their way into Wallachia and Alucard and Syphya are assigned to stop them.
This animated series made a massive impact on anime fans. Yes, it is NOT an anime but it is heavily influenced by one so maybe you can consider it.
Either way, it's a fabulous series.
40. Great Pretender
Now then, let's start talking about some great anime that hit the TVs just recently.
And what better show to discuss than the famous Great Pretender. Great Pretender is a 23 episode ONA series that aired recently in 2020.
The anime is an original one directed by Kaburagi Hiro and animated by WIT Studio.
The series is about the journey of Makoto "Edamame" Edamura and Laurent Thierry as they both get involved in a competition.
Both of these scammers have targeted the Biggest Mafia boss in the world to prove their supremacy.
However, as they travel from city to city and place to place, their skills are tested every now and then.
Will they be able to prevail or death awaits them at the gates? This anime is known for its fantastic execution.
There's trickery, robbery, scam, mafia, a ton of cool stuff to follow on your couch this evening.
If you don't have a plan with your girlfriend or a girlfriend, you can rest yourself while watching Great Pretender.
39. Neon Genesis Evangelion
Classics are like the 'Wonders Of The World' of their respective genre. And when we talk about some Classic mecha series then forgetting about Neon Genesis Evangelion might be nothing less than a crime.
Neon Genesis Evangelion is a 26 episode long TV series that aired back in 1995.
It is an original anime directed by Anno Hideaki and animated by Studio Gainax. The story is about a boy named Shinji who gets to meet his father after 14 years.
However, this meeting isn't for any normal reunion reasons. Humanity is on the brink of extinction and Shinji's father is one of the responsible people involved in an organization entitled to save the planet.
Therefore, to save the planet, Shinji is assigned giant mechs called 'Evangelion' so he could fight 'Angels' who wish to destroy the planet.
But this responsibility on Shinji's shoulders is something that his mind might not be able to comprehend.
This anime is considered to be a classic that influenced the industry as well as the audience.
Not to mention, the Japan Media Arts Festival in 2006 ranked this series as the most popular of all time.
38. Dr. Stone
So do you love mixing some chemicals, doing some experiments and stuff? Of course, you do.
Who doesn't like to blow up their lab? And for people who have an infatuation with science AND for people who don't, Dr.Stone is an amazing series.
Dr. Stone is a 24 episode TV anime that aired back in 2018.
It is an anime adaptation from a Manga. The manga was written by Inagaki Riichiro and illustrated by Boichi.
The story is simple. A ray of laser comes out of nowhere and solidifies the entire planet into stone.
Now a guy named Senku wakes up from his slumber of 3400 years where he realizes that the entire humanity has been solidified and become stone.
Therefore, he wishes to bring humanity back to life using his insane and wide pool of knowledge about Science.
However, what took a million years for humanity to achieve, can Senku do it throughout his life?
Whether you are a lover or hater of Science as a subject, this anime will make you love it.
It's really freaking good.
Now that you loved your science stuff, time to shift to its unsaid sister, Time Travel stuff.
Erased might be the anime you wanna start with if you want some great Time Travel anime.
Erased is a 13 episode TV anime that aired back in 2016. It is an anime adaptation of a Manga.
The manga was written and illustrated by Sanbe Kei. The story is about Satoru Fujinuma who has the ability to live a time again when a mishap is about to happen.
Simply put, he can time travel using 'Revival'. Now after the murder of his mother, Satoru tries to use Revival to seek the killer but ends up 18 years back in his life.
Is the reason for his mother's death embedded somewhere in his deep past? The most amazing aspect of this anime is its wholesome depiction of human drama and emotions.
A series that can shock you with its narrative.
36. Puella Magi Madoka Magica
I see that you are a fan of magical girls' shows. So you would have probably watched some great Magical girl shows.
However, I doubt any of them would meet the marks of Madoka. This 12 episode TV series aired back in 2011.
It is an original anime directed by Shinbou Akiyuki and animated by Studio Shaft. Madoka Kaname and Sayaka Miki meet a strange cat-ish familiar, Kyuube, who offers them the opportunity to become Magical Girls and fulfill their dream in return for granting her wishes.
Madoka and Miki have been getting warnings from everyone including a Magical Girl herself to NOT become a magical girl.
But they take the risk. And this risk turns out to be a twist of fate that no one could have expected.
This series is one of the most critically acclaimed of its time. And even to this day, it is regarded as the best show with the Magical girl premise.
Even if you aren't a fan of magical girls, you can STILL enjoy this anime.
It is THAT good.
Man, a banger sci-fi is kind of tricky to find. However, you are reading this list so you wouldn't have much of a hard time.
Especially when I am here to recommend Psycho-Pass to all you sci-fi fans out there.
Psycho-Pass is a 22 episode TV series that aired back in 2012. It is an original anime directed by Motohiro Katsuyuki and animated by Production I.G.
The story is set in the 22nd century where the sense of justice is different.
To know if someone could be a criminal or not, the world uses their criminal intent level known as 'Psycho Pass'.
Akane Tsunemori has a strong sense of justice and believes in this system. However, as she groups up with Shinya Kougami, her sense of justice and belief in the system shatter as she experiences the truth of this advanced world.
The story is probably one of the best of what the anime industry has to offer.
The protagonist is fantastic and so are the side characters. A great blend of themes and personality.
Have you ever questioned the idea of being a 'Human'? If you did, Parasyte might be something that you can relate to.
It tackles the idea of humanity and its strengths and weaknesses so beautifully. Parasyte -the-maxim- is a 24 episode TV anime that aired back in 2014.
It is adapted from a manga. The manga was written and illustrated by Iwaaki, Hitoshi.
The story is about an alien species known as 'Parasytes' making their way to capture the planet.
The strength that they possess is incredibly lethal. They can manipulate the minds of humans and transform them into multiple forms.
These aliens get complete control of their prey and can use them for their own advantage.
With the idea of the ruling, these creatures pave their way into humanity and start to create disorder.
My man Shinichi Izumi also got a 'Parasyte' attacking him. Its name was Migi. However, due to some unknown reason, Migi fails to capture Shinichi and this allows him to have partial control over his body.
Now, this weird combination of Shinichi and Migi becomes the enemy of all. They have to do all in their power to survive in this world where humanity and its existence are uncertain.
The series beautifully questions the idea of 'Human' and its characteristics. If you haven't dug into the world of Seinen anime, Parasyte would be a great way for your experience.
33. Hellsing Ultimate
Well, I see that you are a fan of some good mature anime that would give you goosebumps.
So I have just the right show for you, which goes by the name of Hellsing Ultimate.
Hellsing Ultimate is a 10 episode OVA series that aired back in 2007. It is an anime adaptation of a manga.
The manga was written and illustrated by Hirano Kouta. The story is about Vampires who attack humanity and bring those unfortunate souls to the afterlife.
To stop them, an organization named Hellsing has an army that ensures the safety of humanity.
Now the heart of them is Integra Fairbrook Wingates Hellsing which happens to have a lethal weapon against the vampires.
That weapon is a Vampire himself named Alucard. He works as an exterminator for Hellsing and is the servant of Integra.
However, as the situation progresses, we come to realize that judging a book by its cover was a big mistake.
What appears to be our positive turns out to be the biggest negative. Hellsing is an anime for the 'Cool'.
It's a great watch for people who want some fantastic vampire series that seems no bound of amazingness.
32. Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day
Time for a cry fest, weebs. If you are having a happy time in your life, I am here to give that a pause.
A pause to those smiles on your faces and a play to your tear glands.
Anohana is the anime that would give you a new look at your likings. Anohana is an 11 episode TV series that aired back in 2011.
It is an original anime directed by Nagai Tatsuyuki and animated by A-1 Pictures. Jinta Yadomi is a recluse who wishes nothing from society.
During the days of summer, he was having a fun time when Meiko Honma came out of nowhere and asked him to complete a wish.
However, Jinta doesn't bother much. After all, Meiko Henma has been dead for a long while.
However, soon he realizes that the stuff he was expecting to be hallucinations is in fact, the truth.
The Meiko he was talking with was the Ghost of the late Meiko and she wants her to wish to be granted.
Jinta gathers his old friends that separated after the death of Meiko and start working to rest her soul in peace.
The series will make your ball your eyes out. It's a Maeda Jun original so that's expected.
Either way, the emotional weight and beautiful representation of friendship are amazing. I hope you have enough tissues.
31. Kaguya Sama
So now you watched Anohana and can't stop crying? I am sorry man. But I have a show that would bring back the happiness in your life.
If you are having a bad time in your office or school, this anime would be an amazing choice to binge.
Kaguya Sama is a 12 episode TV series that aired back in 2019. It is an anime adaptation of a manga.
The manga was written and illustrated by Akasaka Aka. The prestigious Shuchiin Academy is where the rich send their students to study.
Amongst the top stands the Student Council with Miyuki Shirogane as the President and Kaguya Shinomiya as the Vice President.
These two elites are head over heels for each other but want the other person to confess first.
In a world filled with love, the one who confesses first loses. With that mentality, the series begins with both of these experts trying their best to make the other person confess.
Will they be able to make it? Imagine Light Yagami and L Lawliet falling in love.
That is basically Kaguya Sama. Two geniuses making the other one lose. And add some wholesomeness with amazing direction and we get this beautiful series.
30. March Comes In Like A Lion
It is time to talk about some amazing drama series ladies and gentlemen. When we talk about drama, it is usually about relationships and stuff but the drama in March Comes in Like A Lion is different.
This 22 episode TV series aired back in 2016. It is an anime adaptation of a Manga.
The manga was written and illustrated by Umino Chika. The story is about Rei Kiriyama who is a professional Shogi player.
However, his life as a Shogi player gets more and more stressful thanks to his family and the Shogi community.
He decides to leave this behind and start staying in an apartment. However, his mundane and depressing lives take a new turn as he meets the Kawamoto sisters.
The eldest Kawamoto sister decides to help Rei with his life. Thereon begins the days when Rei learns to communicate with others and live a more enlightened life.
Shogi is a sport that is well known in Japan. If you add the touch of drama into it, the concept gets even more realistic.
And that is the appeal of March Comes In Like A Lion. The drama-intensified slice of life elements are so beautiful, you can't help but love the series.
29. Saiki K
Straying away from the drama, let's take a look at some relaxing comedy series that would help us release some pressure we developed.
Yeah, I know that teacher/boss who sold you today isn't worthy of his/her position. But don't you worry because this anime is definitely worthy of its position.
The Disastrous Life Is Saiki K. Is a 120 episode TV series that aired back in 2016.
It is an anime adaptation of a manga. The manga was written and illustrated by Asou Shuuichi.
The story is about the life of a guy named Kusuo Saiki who has psychic powers like Telepathy and X-ray visions.
Now it may seem like a blessing to us but not to Saiki. Because he wishes to have a simple and ordinary life.
However, this attempt for a simple life would be much harder than you can imagine.
The story has Saiki whose humor is just way too good. Therefore, for anyone who was having a bit of trouble these days, Saiki K. is an anime to go for.
28. Ghost In The Shell
Get ready to brainstorm your way up to this fantastic sci-fi. Ladies and gentlemen, we have the extraordinary Ghost In The Shell.
Ghost In The Shell is a movie that aired back in 1995. It is an anime movie adaptation of a manga.
The manga was written and illustrated by Shirow Masamune. Set in 2029, the story revolves around Major Makoto Kusanagi who is supposed to catch a cybercriminal named the 'Puppet Master'.
In this world where mechanical limbs are normal, the Puppet Master commits his crime and leaves people with memory loss.
As Makoto tries to solve the mystery of this Puppet Master, he questions a lot of things including her own existence only to realize that these questions would be answered by the Puppet Master themselves.
Another series that would question your rationality and your perspective towards the world.
27. Yu Yu Hakusho
Another Classic is on its way, weebs. This time around, we have the exciting Yu Yu Hakusho.
Yu Yu Hakusho is a 112 episode TV series that aired back in 1992. It is an anime adaptation of a manga.
The manga was written and illustrated by Togashi Yoshihiro. The story is about a delinquent named Yuusuke Urameshi who was supposed to have a cruel afterlife.
However, his kind act of saving a child made the spirit realm give him another chance.
Now Yuusuke, along with his comrades, has to complete a series of tasks that would be assigned to him by the spirit realm.
His journey would be as exciting as you could expect. Yu Yu Hakusho is a series that shaped the shounen genre with a knife.
If you want to experience some good old shounen that made your current favorites, Yu Yu Hakusho is the go-to anime for you.
26. Mob Psycho 100
A life with psychic powers may seem like the best thing that could happen. However, this perspective of yours would change once you complete Mob Psycho 100 This 12 episode TV anime aired back in 2016.
It is an anime adaptation of a manga series. The manga was written and illustrated by ONE.
The anime focuses on Shigeo Kageyama aka Mob, who is an ESPer and has psychic powers.
However, Mob intends to be self-reliant and make sure that psychic power doesn't become his necessity.
He is in love with a girl and intends to get closer to her. On the other hand, his friends/relatives wish to see him use his power to the max potential.
As days pass by, Mob realizes that this ability he wants to get rid of is much more lethal than he thinks.
The creator of One Punch Man also created this fantastic series. It's an amazing blend of comedy, slice-of-life, and action.
An amazing watch for anyone who seeks fun this evening.
25. A Place Further than the Universe
We are in a new phase, weebs. Only 1/4th of the list is left so let us keep moving.
And starting this new phase, we have this beautiful anime called A Place Further Than The Universe.
This 13 episode TV anime aired back in 2018. It is an original anime directed by Ishizuka Atsuko and animated by Studio Madhouse.
The story follows the life of Mari Tamaki who has been pretty cautious of her dreams because of society.
She wants to travel to a place beyond the universe yet her personal insecurities always act as hurdles.
However, her meeting with Shirase Kobuchizawa, a girl who wants to travel to Antarctica to find her disappeared mother, changes everything for her.
Along with the company of a few more people, they decide to set their sail south and travel to a place further than the universe.
It is one of the most inspiring and influential series you can watch. If you want some stuff that can give you and your mind a new perspective then make sure to take a look at this amazing series.
Ever heard of the popular 'Fate Series '? You know, that one series which is more complicated than Calculus.
Yes, we are talking about one of them now. And this time around, we are talking about the most popular Fate/Zero.
Fate/Zero is a 13 episode TV series that aired back in 2011. It is an anime adaptation of a light novel.
The light novel was written by Urobuchi Gen and illustrated by Takeuchi Takashi. The story is about Kiritsugu Emiya who has been appointed by the wealthy Einzberns family for the sake of winning the Fourth Holy Grail war.
The one who stands victorious would have any of their wishes granted. However, the previous wars were so lethal that no one stood as the winner.
This time, the Einzberns think that the situation will change and now Kiritsugu is supposed to use his familiar, Saber, and fight the other competitors.
However, what seems like a possible victory turns out to be far more complex than you can imagine.
Fate/Zero is one of the most popular installments of the Fate Series. Looked upon by many as one of the most beautiful animated series out there, this anime is a work that many will remember for ages to come.
Make sure to watch this fantastic series.
23. The Tatami Galaxy
Now is the time to discuss some out-of-the-box anime series. Ones that have a completely different method of storytelling.
And when we are talking about some interesting methods of storytelling, I don't think we can forget about The Tatami Galaxy.
The Tatami Galaxy is an 11 episode TV series that aired back in 2010. It is an anime adaptation of a novel.
The TV series is directed by Maasaki Yuuasa and animated by Studio Madhouse. The story is about a lonely student who had been in his third year of college with no friends or social relations.
He meets a man who calls himself the 'God Of Matrimony' and makes that college reflect upon his past 2 years.
While the college student was busy introspecting about what he could have done in his early days of college, things started to take new shapes.
All of a sudden, he travels back in time and stands at the starting years of his college life.
This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to correct the misery created earlier. This is the time to make friends, relationships, and have a much more interesting social life.
This is a Masaki Yuuasa work so you know the way it would tell its story would be unique and fascinating.
Just a trivia, The Tatami Galaxy has won the grand prize for the animation category in the Japan Media Arts Festival.
So yeah, this romance series is definitely worth your time.
22. The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya
Looked upon by many as one of the best anime movies that the industry offered last decade, we have the disappearance of Suzumiya Haruhi.
This 2 hours 40 min long movie aired back in 2010. It is an anime adaptation of a manga series.
The manga was written by Tanigawa Nagaru and illustrated by Itou Noizi. The story is set in The Melancholy Of Suzumiya Haruhi realm where Christmas is about to hit.
So our Kyon goes to his school to meet the SOS brigade but wait, where's Haruhi?
Also, what about the SOS brigade? He realizes that Haruhi has disappeared herself and Itsuki Koizumi is missing too.
Now that his life has been turned upside down with 2 students completely missing and his entire club being vanished, he has to deal with this unreal incident.
Will he be able to understand this situation and work it out? This movie comprises the events after the TV series and has critical acclaim for its story representation.
This movie won the Best Theatrical Film award at the 2010 Animation Kobe Awards. So if you are a fan of the Suzumiya Haruhi series.
You can definitely check out this movie. Trust me, it's a banger.
21. Gurren Lagann
All my mecha fans, I have a gift for you. The series we would discuss next might be the one that satiates your thirst for that one amazing anime you need this evening with snacks.
We are talking about the fantastic Gurren Lagann. Gurren Lagann is a 27 episode anime series that hit the TVs back in 2017.
It is an original anime directed by Imaishi Hiroyuki and animated by Studio Gainax. The story is about Kamina and Simon who have been raised in an underground village.
One day, while exploring, they come across the key of a war artifact. Using that, they fend off an attack from the surface and now wish to explore the surface using their new weapon.
On the surface, resides Beastmen who is a threat for Simon and Kamina. Now they fight with all their will to reclaim the surface and unfold an unexpected truth.
Gurren Lagann is one of the best Mecha series out there. The amazing action done by studio Gainax is worth your while for 27 episodes.
20. Violet Evergarden
Now then, let's start a conversation about 'Beauty' and 'Grace'. Although these features are rare in nature and rarer in the entertainment medium, it does in fact exist.
And Violet Evergarden is an example of the same. Violet Evergarden is a 13 episode TV series that aired back in 2018.
It is adapted from a light novel. The light novel was written by Akatsuki Kana and illustrated by Takase Akiko.
An emotionless soldier, Violet, loses the most important person in her life, Major Gilbert. Right before his death, Major Gilbert said three words to Violet that she doesn't know the meaning of.
To understand the meaning of the last words of Major Gilbert, Violet becomes an Auto Memory Doll.
These 'Dolls' are meant to pen down the feelings and emotions of people. By attempting to understand the feelings of others, she wishes to understand her own loved one's feelings.
As time passes, the emotionless soldier learns about emotions and becomes one of the most popular Auto Memory Dolls in her locality.
Will she be able to comprehend her favorite person's last words? This anime is absolutely stunning in terms of animation and presentation.
The visuals are too good and the characters have so much grace in them. If you want to experience some of the most eye-pleasing and emotional anime out there, Violet Evergarden is the way to go.
19. Howl's Moving Castle
Ghibli movies just don't seek any limits in their rankings and appeal. I mean just look at this, Howl's Moving Castle, made it so high on this list.
Howl's Moving Castle is a 2-hour long movie that aired back in 2004. It is an anime adaptation of a novel.
The movie is directed by Miyazaki Hayao and animated by Studio Ghibli. The story is about the life of Sophie Hatter and her journey after meeting Howl, a wizard known for his magic.
The meeting that featured both of them caused a massive stir for a witch and she ended up cursing the maiden.
Sophie was a normal girl who didn't expect much from her life but now the curse made her an old woman.
Now Sophie must try to return back to normal by involving herself with 'Howl' and his kingdom.
However, this involvement may lead to situations she never expected. Howl's Moving Castle is a movie that takes it slow yet beautiful.
Awards like Osella Awards for Technical Achievement in the 61st Venice Film Festival, the Best Japanese Movie Overall in the Mainichi Film Awards, and an Excellence Prize, Animation in the Japan Media Arts Festival are some of the many awards bagged by the film.
18. Princess Mononoke
Yet another Ghibli movie making its way. But what else can you expect, they are just so good.
And this time around, we probably have the best of them all. Princess Mononoke is a 2-hour long movie that aired back in 1997.
Yes, it's THAT old. It is an original anime directed by Miyazaki Hayao and animated by Studio Ghibli.
The story starts with a young prince named Ashitaka, trying to seek a cure for a curse on his right hand.
To do so, he traveled to a place where 2 groups of people were having their own war.
On one side, we had Lady Eboshi and on the other side, we had Princess San.
Lady Eboshi was the one promoting deforestation whereas Princess San was with Forest Spirits and avoiding that act.
Now Ashitaka tries to resolve the issue by himself along with bearing the pain of the curse.
However, what fate has in store for all three of them is still unknown Princess Mononoke was mainly created to highlight the issues of deforestation.
And it fulfilled its purpose beautifully. Best Japanese Movie, Best Animation, and Japanese Movie Fans' Choice awards, and the Best Picture award are some of the many praises this movie received on multiple occasions.
Have you ever wondered what a 'Special' teacher would be? Maybe an actual billionaire, maybe an actual doctor, or maybe an actual gangster.
As unique as it may sound, there's an actual anime made over this which goes by the name 'Great Teacher Onizuka'.
This 43 episode TV series aired back in 1999. It is an anime adaptation of a manga.
The manga was written and illustrated by Fujisawa Tohru. The story is pretty simple. It's about Eikichi Onizuka who was a gangster and delinquent but now a teacher?
Anyway, the reason for him becoming a teacher is simple. Onizuka wants a young teenage wife during his old days.
Therefore he took admission in a prestigious school by dealing with the principal in his way and became the homeroom teacher of Class 3-4.
However, after joining the class, he realizes that the students here are facing some major social issues like anxiety, stress, and sexual harassment.
Now Onizuka is doing what any great teacher would do, solve the problem of his kids using his unique methods.
That gives him the name he has now, Great Teacher Onizuka. School life might not have been in your favor as a kid but Great Teacher Onizuka would make you love the life you had in school.
Moreover, you would start searching for 1 Onizuka in your life as well.
16. Your Lie In April
So I see that you had a lot of fun after watching our previous entry of GTO.
Well, how about we change the emotions a little bit and instead give you depression this time?
No? Well, it doesn't matter, here have Your Lie In April. This 22 episode TV series aired back in 2014.
It is an anime adaptation of a manga. The manga was written and illustrated by Arakawa Naoshi.
The story is about Kousei Arima who has lost his mother forever. He was a piano expert before but now has given up on music.
Two years have passed but looking at the piano still makes him uncomfortable. However, his colorless life takes a new shape when he meets Kaori Miyazono.
Kaori is an amazing violinist who decides to bring back the fire in Kousei for music.
Thus begins the journey of Kaori and Kousei as they explore the depths of music and themselves.
The days pass and Kousei starts to see that music is much more than playing the perfect notes.
The series has a fantastic story presentation and atmosphere creation to it. The episodes are so filled and the ending is just- I won't say it, go and check for yourself.
15. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion
It's time for Big Brain, weebs. Because now we are dealing with one of the smartest anime out there, Code Geass.
Open up those cages and beware to grasp every detail of this entry. This 25 episode TV anime aired back in 2006.
It is an original created by Ookouchi Ichirou and animated by Studio Sunrise. The story is about a Britannian student named Lelouch Lamperouge who became a part of a crossfire between 2 nations.
There have been constant attempts from Britania to take over Japan, now known as Area 11.
Although the war was brutal, Lelouch manages to make it back alive thanks to a girl named C.C.
She gave him a special power called 'Geass' aka 'Power Of Kings'. Now with this ability called 'Power Of Obedience', Lelouch decides to attack Britannia and bring an absolute end to their deeds.
Looked upon by many as the best Mecha series of all time, Code Geass is an anime that will oil your brain and make you think about everything you do in real life.
The series received awards like 'The Best Anime TV Series Award', 'The Best TV Animation Award', and 'The Most Popular Anime Award' to mention a few.
14. Spirited Away
Yet ANOTHER Ghibli movie has made its way to super high ranks on the list.
And this time around, it's a popular one as well. Maybe the most popular of them all.
Spirited Away is a 2-hour long movie that aired in 2001. It is an original anime film directed by Miyazaki Hayao and animated by Studio Ghibli.
The story is about Chihiro Ogino, a cute little 10-year-old girl, and her life in a new world.
She along with her parents were looking at an amusement park on their way to their home.
However, this turns out to be the worst act they could have ever done. She starts to experience some of the weirdest things that can happen to her.
Her parents turn into pigs and spirits roaming all-around to name a few. She gets teleported to the spirit realm and now she has to work her way to escape this world and cure her parents.
However, a 10-year-old in a completely new world is not something pretty easy to deal with.
Spirited Away was the highest-grossing Japanese movie of all time with total earnings of ¥30.4 Billion from the box office collection.
It has won multiple awards including Oscars. So yeah, If you haven't watched this Ghibli movie yet, I can't express how much you are missing out on.
13. A Silent Voice
Have you ever thought that you are being left out by society? Have you ever experienced Bullying?
Have you ever experienced inability? If any of the questions were answered 'Yes' from your end then A Silent Voice is the movie for you.
A Silent Voice is a 2-hour long anime film that aired back in 2016. It is an adaptation from a Manga.
The manga was written and illustrated by Ooima Yoshitoki. The direction was done by Yamada Naoko and the animation was done by Kyoto Animation.
The story is about a girl named Shoko Nishimiya and a boy named Shoya Ishida.
Nishimiya is an unfortunate student who can't speak and gets transferred to Ishida's school. Now Ishida is a bully who harassed Nishimiya for her disability.
As time passes, the situation gets worse and soon, Ishida gets caught. Thereafter, he got the villainous treatment from everyone including his own friends who supported him earlier.
Years have passed and Shoya is now detached from society. However, one day, she gets the chance to meet Nishimiya again and pay for foolishness.
A beautiful depiction of friendship and love starts as they both meet each other again and have a life they never expected.
A Silent Voice is looked upon by many as the epitome of excellent anime movies.
Standing as the Winner of the Excellence Award on the 20th Japan Media Arts Festival, A Silent Voice is a film you just wouldn't wanna miss at any cost.
12. My Hero Academia
Heroes and Villains. Our entire childhood was revolving around this concept and why wouldn't it?
After all, we all loved our heroes and hated those villains (Die Vilgax). But even after all these years, the same concept excited differently is always a plus.
And this plus is beautifully vibrant in the case of My Hero Academia. Boku No Hero Academia is a 12 episode TV series that aired back in 2016.
It is an anime adaptation of a manga. The manga was written and illustrated by Kohei Horikoshi.
The series is set in a world where 80% of the population has some unrealistic ability called 'Quirks'.
These abilities can vary from creating fire to long nails. This gave rise to increased crimes on the planet.
However, it also gave rise to people who wish to fight against those crimes. Thus, criminals who commit crimes using their quirks are called Villains whereas people who help other people using quirks are called 'Heroes'.
This is in fact, an actual profession. Enter Izuku Midoriya who wishes to be the Biggest Hero on the planet.
However, he falls under the 20% who don't have a quirk. Therefore, his childhood dream shatters.
But after meeting with All Might, his idol, he begins training to become his successor and thus starts his journey.
The journey of how he became the greatest hero. My Hero Academia is a series that gained popularity in almost no time.
This is because it's a simple yet exciting shounen with beautiful fights and a great concept.
So if your mind is done for the day and you want to chill on Netflix then My Hero Academia could be a great choice.
11. One Punch Man
Now then, speaking of heroes, I guess we can't forget one of the most popular anime heroes ever.
Yes, ladies and gentlemen, I am talking about the amazing One Punch Man. One-Punch Man is a 12 episode TV anime that aired back in 2015.
It is an anime adaptation of a manga of the same name. The manga was written by ONE and illustrated by Murata Yusuke.
The story is about Saitama, a man who decides to become a 'Hero for fun'.
The world where he lives has been divided into cities in alphabetical order and these cities get attacked by Monsters.
To stop these monsters, the profession of 'Heroes' has been established. From Class C to S, you can rank anywhere based on your capabilities.
Now Saitama claims to have trained so well that he is basically undefeatable now. He can defeat any opponent that he faces in a single punch.
That's right! Just one punch. But now that he has become so strong, he gets bored of his life and hero work.
One Punch Man is basically a troll. It throws every stereotype out there out of the window and makes a name for itself.
The series is such a stress buster thanks to its hilarious narrative and approach. If you haven't had a look at this series, you are missing out on some amazing stuff.
10. Jujutsu Kaisen
Now then, we are starting a new phase here. The top 10 begins here, ladies and gentlemen.
And to start this phase with Jujutsu Kaisen would be the way to go. Jujutsu Kaisen is a 24 episode TV anime that aired in 2020.
It is an anime adaptation of a Manga. The manga was written and illustrated by Gege Akutami.
The story is about 'Curses', the physical form of negative thoughts by humans. Itadori Yuji is just your normal guy other than the fact that his physical strength is incredible.
He started out as a normal high schooler but soon gets involved with curses. So much so that he is considered detrimental to society.
However, his luck comes into play as Gojo Satoru makes him a Jujutsu Sorcerer. Thereon begins the journey of Yuji starting his life as a Jujutsu Sorcerer.
But his acts in the past may turn out to be something lethal for him in the future.
Jujutsu Kaisen was the Shonen of the year and held its own ground against series like Attack On Titan Season 4.
One of the biggest selling points of this series was its concept of curses. It's very potent and you don't wanna miss this series.
Watch it because it might get bigger very soon.
All my sports anime lovers, I have probably the best gift that you can get when there's no Christmas.
This is time to talk about Haikyuu! One of the best sports anime series of all time.
Haikyuu is a 25 episode TV series that aired back in 2014. It is an anime adaptation of a Manga.
The manga was written and illustrated by Furudate Haruichi. The story is about Shoyo Hinata who starts a volleyball club in his middle school after being inspired by professionals.
He and his team practice really hard and make it to the tournament. However, he gets defeated easily by Tobio Kageyama.
Now Hinata wants to defeat Kageyama but as he graduates to high school, he finds out that Kageyama is now his teammate in the VolleyBall club.
Now, these two Volleyball lovers will go all out to make their way to the top.
Helping each other out and learning with the process is how it should be done.
Haikyuu is one of the most exhilarating and brilliantly executed sports anime out there. After all, it won The Best Sports Anime Of The Decade Award.
Couldn't have done it if it wasn't good right?
8. One Piece
So I see that you have a lot of free time in your hand and you wish to enjoy some good anime huh?
Well, I hope you have heard the name of One Piece in that case. One Piece is a 970+ episode long ONGOING TV anime that started airing back in 1999.
Yes, it's that massive. It is an anime adaptation of its Manga counterpart. The manga was written and illustrated by Eiichirou Oda.
In the world of pirates, there exists a Pirate King named Gol D Roger who claimed that the absolute treasure of the world named One Piece exists somewhere in the vast ocean.
After his execution, pirates from all around the world began their journey to search for that treasure.
Enter Monkey D Luffy, an inspired pirate who wants to find One Piece and become the pirate king.
He starts his journey, makes new friends, and continues to search for the treasure. Will Luffy and his group be able to find it?
One Piece is one of the most commercially successful anime out there. Yes, it is massive in terms of episode numbers but as you know, 'An Episode A Day, Keeps The Boredom Away '.
So yeah, if you are having a bit of a free week in the coming month, you might wanna start One Piece.
7. Demon Slayer
Speaking of commercially successful, how can we look over the rising star of the shonen genre, Demon Slayer?
Demon Slayer is a 26 episode TV anime that aired back in 2019. It is an anime adaptation of a manga series.
The Manga was written and illustrated by Goutoge. The story is about a boy named Tanjiro Kamado who was living his normal life in a village when one day, his family was killed.
A demon somehow managed to get to his house and killed his entire family. Only his sister Nezuko managed to survive.
However, she has now lost her humanity and become a demon. Now Tanjiro wants to cure his sister back to humanity and to do so, he has to join the Demon Slayer corp.
Thereon begins the journey of Tanjiro becoming a Demon Slayer so he can bring back the humanity of his sister.
Demon Slayer is just rising the ranks so fast. It became the highest-selling manga, the movie became the highest-grossing anime movie of all time, won The Best Animation Of The Decade award, and so on.
If you have missed this one, you are missing some great freaking enjoyment.
Is it time to talk about one of the most revolutionary anime out there?
Well, I guess it is. This is the time to talk about the fantastic Naruto.
This 220 episode TV anime aired back in 2002. It is an anime adaptation of a manga series.
The manga was written and illustrated by Masashi Kishimoto. The story is about a dumb boy named Naruto who has been badly treated by everyone in his village.
With the intent to seek everyone's attention, Naruto wishes to become the King of his village aka Hokage.
However, to become the king of ninjas is no easy stuff and therefore he has to pave his way to the top.
However, this way is not going to be as straight as you might think. Naruto is the anime that heavily influenced and revolutionized the shonen genre and anime medium in general.
Its popularity was impeccable and it brought more light to the medium. So if you wish to enjoy one of the best anime that has aired on TV, make sure to watch them on TV using Netflix.
5. Assassination Classroom
Now then, we are in the Top 5 ladies and gentlemen. This segment is really special and to start this special segment, we have the special anime.
Assassination Classroom is a 22 episode TV anime that aired back in 2015. It is an anime adaptation of a Manga.
The Manga was written and illustrated by Yuusei Matsui. The story is about a yellow octopus kind of thing that appeared out of nowhere and claimed to have destroyed 70% of the moon.
He warns that he would do the same with the Earth within 1 year and the government can do what they can.
When the government fails to kill him due to his immense speed, he asks to teach Class 3-E of Kunugigaoka Junior High.
He says that he would teach the students there about Assassination so that they can assassinate him.
With the speed equivalent to Mach 20, that Yellow Octopus becomes the homeroom teacher and starts teaching them.
But why did he choose to do so? And why class 3-E? All these answers will unfold as you watch this amazing comedy shounen series.
For assassination classroom, I can only say one thing, 'Just Watch The Entire Series'. It only has 2 seasons with a total of 47 and it's way too good.
Trust me, once you finish this anime, you would thank me for recommending it. Now Go Watch It On Netflix Right Now!
4. Death Note
So it's finally here. The gateway of anime and one of the best anime ever created, Death Note.
It is time to talk about the boss of the bosses. Death Note is a 37 episode TV series that aired back in 2007.
It is an anime adaptation of a manga. The manga was created by the duo of Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata.
The story revolves around a brilliant high schooler named Light Yagami who gets his hands on a notebook.
This notebook is said to be the one that can take the lives of anyone whose name is written in it.
Initially thinking of it as a prank, Yagami disregards the book. However, after realizing its true potential, he starts to use it to whip out criminals for the world.
Enters L, the world's best detective who wishes to stop Light aka Kira from committing his acts since he is not authorized to do so.
With both of these geniuses going against each other, Death Note gives birth to one of the best psychological TV series to ever come out.
Whose sense of 'Justice' would prevail? I don't even need to tell you about Death Note.
It's already so famous that almost everyone knows about it. But just in case you are a new viewer, start by watching Death Note.
This anime is the one that would show you the potential present in the anime medium.
3. HunterxHunter (2011)
So here we are. Way too high on the list I can't even see down.
And if it's THIS high then we need a series that deserves to be here as well.
And I don't think many of you will disagree if I said that HunterxHunter is the deserving one for this spot.
HunterxHunter is a 148 episode long TV anime that aired back in 2011. It is an anime adaptation of a manga series.
The manga was written and illustrated by Togashi Yoshihiro. The story is about a guy named Gon Freecs who wishes to find his father.
And to do so, he becomes what we call a 'Hunter'. Hunters are people assigned with tough tasks like catching criminals or searching for treasures.
Now Gon Freecs begins his journey to become a hunter only to realize that this is not going to be an easy task.
Grouping with Killua, Kurapika, and Dr. Leorio, Gon starts his journey to become the best hunter possible.
HunterxHunter is one of the most critically acclaimed and loved series in the anime industry.
It has a great flow of emotions and fun that can appeal to anyone including you.
2. Steins Gate
So the list is about to reach its climax. And the runner-up for this list is the anime that is unanimously loved in the anime community.
One of the most well-executed and presented anime ever, we have Steins Gate. Steins Gate is a 12 episode TV anime that aired back in 2014.
It is an anime adaptation of a visual novel directed by Hamasaki Hiroshi and animated by Studio White Fox.
The story is about Okabe Rintaro, a self-proclaimed mad scientist who creates advanced gadgets for the future.
Although his only notable invention is a microwave that turns bananas into a pile of green gel.
Living with his fantasies, Okabe spends most of his day in his rented lab. However, this microwave that he created isn't an ordinary gadget.
Soon he realizes that unintentionally, he has created a machine that can send information from present to past or future.
Steins Gate isn't a series that you can define beautifully in a synopsis. For the most part, it's just your time travel stuff but in reality, the way this simple time travel is presented is incredible.
If you want some literal mind-blowing stuff then Steins Gate is the anime for you.
1. Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
The anime is widely regarded as a 'Perfect' show. The anime gave a new direction to the anime medium and its excellence.
The anime made people realize what a 'Shounen' series is capable of. Ranking at #1 on our list, we have Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood.
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood is a 64 episode long TV anime that aired back in 2009.
It is an anime adaptation of a manga series written and illustrated by Arakawa Hiromu.
The story revolves around the concept of 'Equivalent Exchange'. One must give something of equal value for what they are asking.
That is the primary rule of Alchemy. However, what would stand as an equivalent exchange for a soul?
Well, the Elric brothers find the answer to it, the hard way. They attempt to revive their dead mother using Alchemy but end up losing body parts of themselves.
To bring back their bodies, Edward and Alphonse go on a journey to find the Philosopher's Stone.
A stone that acts as an exception to the law of exchange. However, their search for this stone would lead them to the darkest secrets of this world as well as Alchemy.
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood is widely regarded as 'Perfect' or 'Masterpiece' due to its excellent balance of every technical aspect.
From characters to pacing, from animation to choreography, the series manages to exceed our expectations in all these fields.
If you want to experience some simple yet extremely engaging anime on Netflix then FMAB is what would quench your thirst.
So there you have it, weebs. Top 100 Anime On Netflix. I know it was a massive list but I am pretty sure you have at least 1 anime added to your never-ending watchlist.
Thanks a lot for reading and until next time, Sayonara!