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25 Best Anime Of All Time That You Need To Watch Now –

Do you want to know which are the best anime of all time? Get ready, because this list will share with you the best anime ever! While American cartoons are all about adventure and action, or creepy kids doing weird things, the best anime cartoons have more depth and a deeper meaning you can discover. In the world of anime, nothing is impossible, and if you’re willing to try hard to achieve your goals, you will eventually make it.

There are millions of anime fans worldwide, just as there are millions of fans of American cartoons, graphic novels, and so on. Because fans of anime just keep growing, we’ve been following anime news and updates, and we collected this list of the 25 best anime of all time that you will want to see.

25

One Piece

 

 

It is really difficult to sum up the story of a series with hundreds and hundreds of episodes, but we can guarantee you that the main character, Luffy, will provide you a meaningful life lesson. He will teach you that if you decide to accomplish something, you should give your all and fight to achieve your goal till the last moment of your life. This message alone makes this anime great.

24

No Game No Life

 

This brilliant anime can be addicting for gamers thanks to its unique plot and concept of a fantasy world where almost everything is governed by specific rules which one must follow at all times. The two protagonists are siblings named Shiro and Sora, who are violently transported to a different world that is run by games, and where they must develop a lifestyle to survive in a world where games are not so cool and innocent.

 

23

Psycho-Pass

 

Psycho-Pass is a smart series that deeply analyzes free will and whether or not a person’s “hue,” when cloudy, can determine if they will become a threat to society. Using a special weapon known as the Dominator, detectives are able to continuously read and send psychological data to determine a person’s crime coefficient. Depending on how clouded a person’s hue is, they will either receive mandatory rehabilitation or be executed on the spot. Fans of Minority Report should watch this anime.

22

Akame ga Kill!

 

According to reviews, it’s quite possible you will find its first couple of episodes boring, but as the story unfolds, it becomes one of the most captivating fighting anime you may ever see. The story focuses on a country boy named Tatsumi who sets out on a journey to the Capital to make a name for himself and meets a seemingly dangerous group of assassins known as Night Raid. Will you join him on his journey?

 

21

Rurouni Kenshin: Wandering Samurai

 

 

This fantastic series focuses on the adventures of a young wandering swordsman who stumbles upon a struggling martial arts school in Meiji-era, Japan. So, if dramatic characters, great sword-fighting action scenes, a bit of history (the story takes place in the 1870’s), and some philosophizing about living a life of violence versus peace intrigues you, you definitely need to watch this little masterpiece.

20

One-Punch Man

 

 

One-Punch Man follows a hero who can end all his fights with a single punch, and that gets him frustrated. Now you might be thinking, what’s so interesting about that? Don’t you want to see the hero struggling to kill his enemy? Well not this time. Here you will see a super-overpowered hero struggling to find a stronger enemy, struggling to feel the thrill and adrenaline of the fights he once felt when he was weak. Was his training to become strong not worth it after all? Watch the show to get your answers.

19

Inuyasha

 

Kagome, a modern girl from Tokyo, accidentally finds a portal that leads her to medieval Japan, where she meets the half-demon Inuyasha. She decides to help him find a magic crystal and fight the evil demon Naraku. With its virtuous mix of romance, comedy, action-adventure, fantasy, and horror, Inuyasha has managed to gain millions of fans worldwide and is considered a classic in anime circles.

18

Trigun

 

According to critics and fans, Trigun combines some of the funniest, most absurd, and at the same time intellectual dialogue with powerful drama and sense of what you could also consider to be horror in emotional terms. Just to get more of an idea, Vash, the protagonist, is one of the most contradictory characters in any anime you will ever see. He’s a gunfighter who hates killing but he does it anyway. He’s almost unbreakable, yet very vulnerable. He has the power to destroy all life, but gets upset at the death of a bug. With a $60 billion double price tag on his head, he’s also the most sought after man on the planet!

17

Samurai Champloo

 

The story of this magnificent anime is about Jin, a traditional and very skilled samurai; Mugen, an innovative and equally skilled samurai; and Fuu, a girl who works at a teahouse. When Jin and Mugen get caught and are about to be executed, Fuu saves their lives and in return makes them promise to help her find the Samurai Who Smells Like Sunflowers. I know you probably think the plot of this anime sounds simple and childish, but trust us when we say it’s worth giving it a try.

16

Soul Eater

 

What most fans appear to like about Soul Eater is that it has something new to offer in terms of story, setting, the personas of the main characters, and artistic style. The story centers on the Shibusen, a school for “Weapons and Masters” in the fictional town of Death City, Nevada. To get a more distinct understanding, a weapon in Soul Eater is a person born with the ability to transform into a Weapon, not just any weapon but the one they were born as.

15

Tokyo Ghoul

 

Ghouls are terrifying creatures that feed on human flesh. When Kaneki is almost killed in an attack, he transforms into a half-ghoul, half-human hybrid and is forced to adapt to their lifestyle in order to survive. Is this show good? Yes, without a doubt, but our advice is that if you happen to find gore disturbing, then you should watch the censored version.

14

Cowboy Bebop

 

Can you imagine what it would be like if a genius could fit every good movie you’ve ever seen into just one series? Well, this is how numerous die-hard fans of Cowboy Bebop describe it. Regarded as one of the best action anime, Cowboy Bebop is a space western with dashes of film noir, gothic horror, creature-feature, black comedy, screwball comedy, spy action, crime, romance, tragedy, action, philosophy, science, spirituality, fatalism, optimism, and more. It’s got a little something for everyone.

13

Fullmetal Alchemist

 

Fullmetal Alchemist became one of the most popular anime in both America and Japan because of its extremely touching story; a story that revolves around Edward and Alphonse Elric, who will try anything they can to bring their mother back from death by attempting human transmutation. If you think that an anime series can’t make you cry, then try to watch this one without tearing up.

12

Code Geass

 

Code Geass is set in an alternate universe after Japan’s conquest by the Holy Britannian Empire with their powerful new robot weapons, the Knightmare Frames, stripping Japan and its citizens of all rights and freedoms and renaming the country Area 11. Lelouch is a Britannian prince who gave up his right to the throne after his mother was murdered and has vowed to destroy his father, the emperor, and Britannia. It’s always interesting when family matters mix with a thirst for geopolitical conquest and domination, no?

11

Bleach

 

High school student Kurosaki Ichigo is unlike any other kid because he can see ghosts. After an accident with a hollow in the woods, he received a power. So begins Kurosaki Ichigo’s training and duty as a Shinigami, Soul Reaper. If you liked The Sixth Sense, then you will most likely love this series.

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