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So here we are with the Reviews Of Top 5 Anime Series just for you. K-pop, Manga, and Anime. It seems like the world has collectively decided to become obsessed with them.

For those of you who don’t understand this hype or don’t know what anime is, let us introduce you to this new world filled with adventures and fun. Basically, anime is a style of Japanese film and TV animations. It’s typically aimed at children and adults. The last few decades have witnessed a breakthrough of anime into mainstream entertainment.

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But, you must be wondering, why is it so popular? What’s so special about it? The answer is that anime offers a huge variety of diversity- be it the genres, the characters, the visuals, the arcs, and character development, it has countless stories and amazing execution of it. Anime is not childish or something only kids can watch. It can be watched by anyone and everyone.

If you are new, then here’s a list of which anime you should watch. It features the best of what anime has got. Keep scrolling to learn what’s on our list.

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Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood

Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
  • Genre: Action/ Fiction
  • Cast: Vic Mignogna, Romi Park, Maxey Whitehead
  • Release Year: 2009
  • Seasons: 1
  • Where to Watch: Hulu

Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood follows the story of two brothers. Following the death of their mothers, they both lose something. Edward loses a leg and an arm and Alphonse loses his whole body. Ed joins the army where he will have access to more resources. In the hopes, that it might be helpful to retrieve their bodies back, he joins the army. But, because there’s always a “but” coming.

So, the simple mission leads them to uncover many truths which might destroy everything they hold close to them. The characters aren’t anything extraordinary. They are just perfectly played in a way their characters and their struggle seem almost human-like.

Steins; Gate

Steins; Gate
Steins; Gate
  • Genre: Sci-fi
  • Cast: Mamoru Miyano, Kana Hanazawa, Yukari Tamura
  • Release Year: 2011
  • Seasons: 1
  • Where to Watch: Hulu

The show Steins; Gate isn’t just a normal sci-fi show. It’s about time travel. But mind you, it takes its job very seriously when it shows time travel and the complexities. All the characters are misfits and weird. The weird and mad scientist, Okabe with his sidekick Daru accidentally makes a time machine out of a microwave.

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Yeah, that’s what happens when you have got two mad scientists in a room- they invent weird things. But that’s just the beginning of their story. A group of flawed characters that are somehow likable, this story of time travel is different than your regular sci-fi shows and movies. 

Hunter ˣ Hunter

Hunter ˣ Hunter
Hunter ˣ Hunter
  • Genre: Action/ Fiction
  • Cast: Megumi Han, Matthew Mercer, Mariya Ise
  • Release Year: 2011
  • Seasons: 6
  • Where to Watch: Netflix

Hunter ˣ Hunter has been on the list of top anime series for years. But is it doing something right that others aren’t doing? Well, the answer is yes. The story focuses on minor characters along with protagonists. It has antagonists who are flawed yet relatable. In the show, you will never know who is going to win a battle because there are so many other factors involved.

The antagonists get such real character development that it’s sure the audience will love it. The characters are seen dealing with every emotion, even the smallest feeling isn’t ignored, which seems very real and raw. The whole show might consist of people getting killed and tortured but the show binds it well by adding some light and carefree moments.

Naruto

Naruto
Naruto
  • Genre: Action/ Fiction
  • Cast: Colleen O’Shaughnessey, Yuri Lowenthal, Steve Blum
  • Release Year: 2002
  • Seasons: 5
  • Where to Watch: Netflix  

Naruto follows the adventures of Naruto Uzumaki. He is a young ninja, dreaming of becoming the most powerful and respectable ninja in his village. The story gets the audience hooked with the comedy and humor of the mishaps Naruto gets into. Even the stories of the minor characters are hilarious to watch. The anime has been on the top of the list for several years and has been recommended as a classic right next to Dragon Ball Z and One Piece.

Bleach

Bleach
Bleach
  • Genre: Action/ Fiction
  • Cast: Masakazu Morita, Johnny Yong Bosch, Fumiko Orikasa
  • Release Year: 2004
  • Seasons: 16
  • Where to Watch: Hulu

Bleach follows the story of a high school student Ichigo who has a unique ability. He can see ghosts ever since he was a small child. His life changes when he, along with his two sisters is attacked by a spirit called the Hollow. The anime is filled with great storylines and characters, it has amazing scenes filled with action and it even has a few comedy scenes. The show has some amazing visual effects. The plot is intriguing and keeps the viewer entertained throughout.

That was our Top 5 Anime Series. We have shared our reviews but if it doesn’t convince you still, we will request you take a chance and start watching these shows. Trust us and our reviews if you are ready to go into this blindly.

If you keep the filler episodes aside, these anime series are totally worth watching. Find them on your favorite streaming platforms. These shows will definitely keep you hooked and you’ll see why they are on literally every list of top anime series.

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