Vinland Saga deserves all the hype that it is receiving right now. The first season of this anime might’ve gotten a little repetitive in the middle, but it started to get extremely good again as we approached the ending.
Tokyo Ghoul is a production that I would certainly enjoy several times. There is nothing unnecessary in it, and although many fans disagree or have dismissed the anime or the second season because of its unexpected turns, what made this story interesting was precisely Ishida's determination not to follow the rules and do what he wanted.
Every shonen anime is filled with underrated characters. You can’t blame the author for focusing on the main characters because if they were to create a full storyline for everyone, then 10,000 episodes wouldn’t even be enough. So it’s understandable for some characters to get more screen time than the rest.
I had a very good experience with Inuyasha, because it’s a series that has a bit of everything and doesn’t fall into one genre. It’s so comprehensive and careful in its script, that from the smallest child to adults they can enjoy it without obstacles. It’s a long anime with a light plot that is entertaining and relaxed, being suitable to see it in our routines or to share it with the family.
It is the only anime of its kind, a premise never seen in idol anime before. This show is one that will break the usual stereotypes people hold about idol otakus for the most part. As we see Eripiyo, Kumasa, and Motoi as just people who spend their time enjoying the things they love. We see the Kansha events that idols are used to hold after their presentations to connect with the fans.
One Piece manga creator Eiichiro Oda is a genius obsessed with long-term storytelling. He wants readers and viewers to truly empathize with each character, regardless if they’re the villain or hero.
One way he does so is by making sure that a character’s personality and story justifies the way he/she looks. Some examples include Zoro’s samurai-like outfit, Usopp’s long nose, and of course, Luffy’s treasured straw hat. In most shonen anime, the scars on both heroes and villains are never explained. They exist simply to make a character look tough, edgy, and hardcore. But not in One Piece. Oda does not place scars on a character just to make them look cool. Everything has a story.
Tower of God is a new anime that is airing in the spring season of 2020. Despite being a new show, this anime has gained a lot of popularity in the whole anime community, and it is loved by fans all over the world. The major reason for this popularity is the source material of this adaption.
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure is a must-watch anime which is loved by people all over the world for its quirkiness and amazing plot-lines. From afar, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure doesn’t really seem like averygood anime. But once you start to watch this anime, you will see just how beautifully the stories in this anime are handled.
Today, we are going to narrow the huge list of anime down to only the ones which fall in the horror category. The genre of Horror in anime is a very complex one because it is very hard for an anime to actually seem scary. The major reason why many anime fail to give us a good scare is the fact that most anime don’t just solely stick to the horror genre and try to blend different genres together.
OG shonen anime like One Piece, Naruto, Bleach, Yu Yu Hakusho, and Dragon Ball Z need no introduction. Their lovable characters, interesting plot, and of course, mind-blowing fight scenes have earned the hearts of millions all across the globe.
Here are the three new shonen anime, listed in no particular order, that rival the popularity of the original Big three during their heyday.
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