Top 10 must watch “ANIME”
Best Action, Comedy, Thriller and Suspensive Anime to watch
Anime is a Japanese word derived from the English word ‘animation,’ and it refers to any animated work. Anime is a hand-drawn computer animation that originated in Japan, while Animated inspired Animation is Anime that is made outside of Japan. Anime has been viewed in India at a high rate for several years. Anime’s popularity among Indian youth has grown a lot, thanks to several OTT platforms.
Top Best Anime to watch:
1) Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba (2019)
In 2019, experienced anime lovers all over the world were surprised by the arrival of startlingly high-quality anime. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba is an anime adaptation of Koyoharu Gotoge’s manga, which was aired in Weekly Shonen Jump from 2016 to 2017. The 26-episode first season of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba was well received by fans of the manga as well as those who had never read it.
It takes place in Japan during the Taisho period (1912–1926) when demons lived with humans. Tanjiro Kamado discovers that his family has been murdered by demons, with only his sister Nezuko turned into a demon. To return her to her human form, he resolves to become a demon slayer.
2)Naruto (2002- 2017)
Naruto, the greatest anime with a Ninja theme, was first published in 1999 as a weekly Japanese anime Jump manga by Masashi Kishimoto and ran until 2014. Naruto aired from 2002 to 2007, and Naruto: Shippuden aired from 2007 to 2017. The Naruto anime series lasted 15 years and was split into two parts.
The fictitious world of Shinobi (Ninja) is the setting of Naruto, and the weak youngster Naruto is developing there with the support of various friends and masters, characters from Naruto and other ninja series.
3) One-piece (1999)
Without a doubt, One Piece is the most well-known and best-selling current manga and anime. The manga’s first volume was released in 1997, and over 90 volumes have since been sold around the world. The anime adaptation began (1912–1926) after the first manga was published, and there have been over 900 episodes since then. The entire plot of One Piece can be broken down into around ten pieces, and newcomers can enjoy it regardless of where they begin.
It follows the exploits of the main character, Monkey D. Luffy, and his crew in the world of pirates. He sets sail on the sea in search of “One Piece,” the ultimate treasure. In the universe of One Piece, there are Devil Fruits that give those who take them superpowers while also preventing them from swimming. The battle scenes between the Devil Fruit eaters, including Luffy, are breathtaking.
4) Pokemon (1997)
Pokémon is now one of the most successful Japanese anime and video games in the world, having first been aired in Japan in 1997 under the title Pocket Monsters. Every time a new game is launched, new titles are streamed, and the most recent series, Sun & Moon, will begin broadcasting in 2019.
Satoshi, a young child, travels throughout the world with various Pokemon, such as Pikachu, to become a Pokemon master.
5) Dragon Ball Z (1984)
Dragon Ball, which was the first broadcast in 1984, is considered by many Anime fans, to be the most well-known action anime. Akira Toriyama’s Weekly Shonen Jump manga was the inspiration for Dragon Ball. The Dragon Ball series is divided into multiple sections, and the new title Dragon Ball Super was released in 2015. Dragon Ball Z (Z) is the most well-known part, in which the plot continues after the main character Goku has grown up.
Any battle scene is worth viewing, but Goku vs. Freeza and Goku’s son Gohan vs. Cell are particularly noteworthy.
6) Death Note (2006- 2007)
Death Note, based on the manga released in Weekly Shonen Jump from 2003 to 2006. It is a popular mystery and horror anime among both domestic and foreign anime fans. It is so popular around the world in part because the anime ends with a relatively short story (37 episodes) as well as a well-developed plot.
Light Yagami discovers a Death Note that causes individuals to die if their names are inscribed on it. You can take pleasure in witnessing a high-level game of wits.
7) Tokyo Ghoul (2014)
Tokyo Ghoul, a popular dark fantasy manga that ran on Weekly Young Jump from 2011 to 2014, was turned into an anime in 2014. In 2018, the anime’s sequel, Tokyo Ghoul, aired as the second half of the series. The anime centres on the concept of Ghouls, who appear to be normal humans and live in human civilization. The ghouls, on the other hand, eat human flesh.
8) Attack On Titans (2013)
Attack on Titan should be included as one of the best action anime of recent years. It debuted as a manga in 2009, with the first season of the anime adaptation premiering in 2013. In the story, humanity is on the verge of destruction due to the giants’ invasion. The primary characters Eren Yeager and Mikasa Ackerman, together with the rest of the Survey Corps, fight the titans. The manga series’ story ended in April 2021, and season 4 (the final season) of the anime series began in the winter of 2020.
9) Jujutsu Kaisen (2018)
Since the manga series began circulation on Weekly Shonen Jump in 2018, Jujutsu Kaisen has been one of the most popular manga and anime series. The first season of the anime adaption, which was produced by Mappa, a modern Japanese anime studio, debuted in 2020 with 24 episodes. The first anime film, Jujutsu Kaisen, based on volume 0 of the manga series, will be released in late 2021.
10) My Hero Academia (2016)
My Hero Academia is one of the most popular ongoing anime series, with the original manga serialised in Weekly Shonen Jump since 2014. Izuku Midoriya, a young kid, and other Heros use their superpowers, Quirks, to combat the Villains. My Hero Academia is also famous among international anime viewers, due to the anime’s touch and atmosphere, which resembles that of an American Superhero comic rather than a Japanese anime.
Conclusion – These Anime will make you a fan of the Animated series and will make you learn more about Japenese Culture and music.