10 Best Anime Series -Let’s Get You Hooked On Anime
These are my all time favorite anime series, but don’t worry they’re not just my favorites.
These are all shows that proved themselves through generations, to genders, to professionals and fans as well that they deserve to be on the top of any best anime series list.
I understand that for those who first encounter the anime series world, it could come off as strange looking and sounding characters are doing strange things in strange worlds.
Sounds awesome, right?!
Well, not for everyone for the first time hearing. For example, Ben didn’t get into watching animes as a child and it was kind of hard to get him sit down and watch a couple of episodes.
The first show he got into was Death Note. I decided to show him that series first considering him being a strong man and all.
I promise, if you sit down with an open heart and mind, grab a few slices of pizza you will be blown away.
Their worlds are extremely well built, the characters and their relationships are fleshed out to bring you all sorts of feelings and self-realizations. The artwork will take your breath away.
We promise if you give a chance to the anime world you’ll shortly find your next favorite show.
Here we collected our favorite anime shows, hoping to serve the newcomers of anime world just as well as the experienced tourers.
1 | DEATH NOTE
Death Note has one question: what would you do if you had the power to kill anyone on the planet by just writing their name in a notebook.
This show mixes fantasy with the real world, a great dose of cat and mouse thriller introduces you two exceptionally intelligent minds.
To obtain, something of equal value must be lost.
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood is about two brothers who break deep taboos of transmutation by attempting to bring their mother back to life.
The series begins with the two brothers questing to restore their original bodies. But of course on their journey, as we get to know their world better, we experience some of the largest plot twists ever seen in anime series.
The worldbuilding, the characters, and the Elric sibling’s brotherly love will sweep you off your feet.
The series set in the future (2071) following two bounty hunters Spike and Jet who travel through the solar system on a spaceship named Bebop.
They just want to live their lives but their past keeps creeping back to put them into complicated situations.
In a post-apocalyptic future, where the world has become largely uninhabitable, humans live in peace with androids in a dome-like city.
After a strange series of murders committed by androids, Re-l Mayer’s begins to investigate the case. However, soon she realizes that this case will encourage her to question herself and the world they live in.
This show is packed with charming characters, sweet stories, and the animation is beautiful.
This is the perfect show if you’re looking for something to warm your heart and make you smile during the evening hours.
A high school girl Thoru finds her tent buried underneath a landslide, but her schoolmates Yuki and his brothers are happy to help her out. Everything goes fine until one day, Thoru discovers the Souma house secret.
As she continues her journey, the kindhearted Thoru finds herself face to face with more members of the family. She tries to find out what is the terrible curse that holds her new-found family.
Pure fun! This show will make you laugh and forget about all your problems at least for a couple of hours.
The protagonist is Haruhi, a poor tomboyish student at a school for the ultra-wealthy. She is only able to attend because of a scholarship, but unable to even afford a uniform.
One day, she stumbles across the peculiar but very popular Ouran Host Club and accidentally breaks a vase. Since she is unable to pay for it, she’s told to stay and work to cover the price.
However, they soon realize, that she would be more valuable as a club member. All this time they do not realize she’s a girl due to her tomboyish style, so they fix her up and give her a male uniform.
Haurhi has no choice but to play along and finally able to form real friendships she has never dreamed of.
This show is a dark and loving fantasy between two high-school students. They both have incredible abilities, dark past and now they are forced to interact with each other.
No matter how opposing their ancestries are, they soon to realize they have much more in common than assumed.
A futuristic police mystery. If you loved Ghost in the shell then you probably will enjoy this cyberpunk show as well.
The main difference between the two shows is while Ghost in the shell focuses on cybernetics and the nature of human soul, Psycho-Pass wants to find out the connection between the mind and criminal actions.
And the fact that Satoshi Kon (the creator) likes to play with perception, reality and notion of time is well worth to keep in mind.
This show is entertaining from the intro until the ending credits.
The story folds out as seemingly unconnected citizens of Tokyo, who are targeted for bludgeoning by a boy with a golden baseball bat.
As detectives try to link the victims, they discover something unexpected; all the victims’ lives have improved in some ways after the attack.
In the post-apocalyptic world, humans seem to live in a peaceful society, but the dark secrets of the past soon to be discovered by these small group of friends.
AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER
Aang reawakens in a war-torn world of elemental magic to undertake a dangerous quest to fulfill his destiny as the Avatar.
Some say true anime can only come from Japan but we have to admit they did a pretty awesome job at Nickelodeon. Anime? Cartoon? You should watch it anyways because this show is pure fun and it will ease you into the anime world.
Thank you for reading!