Do you want to watch a good anime? Fans around the world have rated the best anime shows of all time. With so many new anime series emerging every year, the best anime roster is only going to grow longer. These are the best anime yet, in any order!
“The Avengers of Tokyo”
Polygon said Takemichi, a part-time worker, was miraculously transported 12 years into the past as a 14-year-old delinquent baby when he was hit by a train. Takemichi is determined not only to forge a better path, but also to seize this opportunity to avoid the death of his college girlfriend, Hina, at the hands of the Tokyo Manji Gang.
Takemichi travels between the past and the present throughout the gritty and twisty series, only to realize that every new catastrophe he avoids in the past leads to another tragedy in the future. While the mystery of the series’ time travel is intriguing, it is the intriguing character development of the series that makes Tokyo Revengers a staple.
Takemichi has been closely involved with Tokyo Manji in the past in order to influence the future, forging complex bonds with its members, including the childish but violent leader Mikey and the mature Draken beyond his years. Tokyo Revengers is quickly establishing itself as one of the best shonen series around today, with the perfect balance of high octane action and emotional drama. âSG
Crunchyroll and HBO Max both air Tokyo Revengers.
âJujutsu Kaisenâ will feel quite similar to anyone who has watched a shonen anime, Thrillist said. His outcast teenage protagonist Yuuji Itadori (and his silvery-haired, blindfolded immature mentor Satoru Gojo) are reminiscent of Naruto; the thin veil between humanity and demons and the invisible conflict between them, recall Yu Yu Hakusho. Its fun supporting cast, mind-blowing fights, and positive attitude are all part of its categorization as a fight anime.
The magic of “Jujutsu Kaisen” is that it knowingly embraces genre clichÃ©s, then skillfully subverts them, making viewers believe they know what the program is up to before stepping aside. dramatically of the course. From the way his supporting characters speak and their feelings to the way he gives fun little twists to common tropes – even explaining your ability to your opponent makes sense – he plays with the familiar elements of the shonen battle and gives sometimes the impression of dialoguing with the history of this vast genre.
It’s also one of the few shonen where women are given as much depth and power as men, as evidenced by this season’s standout episode, which delves into the psychology of the characters through wonderfully choreographed brawls. âJujutsu Kaisenâ doesn’t try to reinvent the wheel, and it more than often lives up to its title, which literally translates to âSorcerer Fightâ. It’s still about massive combat and supernatural horror, but it’s a skillful reinvention of a proven formula that continues to work week after week.
Crunchyroll and HBO Max have “Jujutsu Kaisen”.
Polygon said the “Odd Taxi” is indeed strange. Odokawa, a taxi driver in his 40s who also happens to be a walrus in a world of anthropomorphic animals, may or may not be involved in a young girl‘s disappearance in this mysterious drama.
Despite the seriousness of the premise, the anime as a whole is a masterful mix of dark comedy and irreverent banter; a series whose objective revolves around a cast of eccentric, quirky and above all painfully human characters whose lives intersect with Odokawa’s in search of their heart’s desire, whether it is a semblance of true love or simply trying to go viral on social media. Odd Taxi is a series you absolutely should watch, and it’s a serious contender for the most creative and overlooked anime of the year. -YOU
Crunchyroll a “Odd Taxi” available in streaming.
“Mushoku Tensei: Reincarnation without a job”
âMushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnationâ returns to complete its first anime season after debuting earlier this year, Comic Book said. This series is a bit of a weird duck as you have to overcome a big hurdle right away when you’re introduced to an Isekai protagonist who isn’t quite as sharp as the more whimsical-laden characters that would follow in the years after debut. from the original series of light books. However, given that Studio Bind was founded expressly for this adaptation, the success of the first half is understandable.
Fans can watch âMushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnationâ on Hulu, Netflix, and Crunchyroll.
“Dr. Stone: The Stone Age”
Game Rant stated that âDr. Stoneâ is an intriguing premise in which humanity is struck by a mysterious event that petrifies everyone in the world, with only a privileged few awakening after more than 3,700 years. The inhabitants of the Old World strive to restore humanity to a new Stone Age, with the inhabitants of the New World attempting to restore the Age of Science. Senku Ishigami, a mad genius whose mind makes up for his lack of muscle, is at the heart of this technological renaissance. This shonen program incorporates a good dose of science without getting tedious, and the anime also rises in the second half after a slow start.
Fans can watch “Dr. Stone: Stone Age” on Crunchyroll.