Mobile Suit Gundam: The Witch from Mercury
If you’re new to the world of giant robots and interstellar battles, Mobile Suit Gundam is a legendary anime series that can be quite overwhelming due to its extensive history. However, “The Witch from Mercury” serves as an excellent entry point for those eager to dive into the action-packed world of mechs.
The Fire Hunter
Imagine a fantasy Japan suddenly thrust back into a feudal society, facing mysterious Flame Demons threatening its existence. “The Fire Hunter,” brought to life by creators Junji Nishimura (known for Ranma ½) and Mamoru Oshii (famous for Ghost in the Shell), introduces a world of intrigue, magic, and brave humans standing as the last line of defense.
Journey into the fourth installment of the ongoing treasure hunt in the world of “Golden Kamuy.” This gripping anime follows an unlikely duo on a quest to find a hidden stash of gold, with the key to its location etched into the skin of dangerous prison escapees. Tracking them down and deciphering their tattoos is the only way to unlock the treasure’s secrets.
Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead
Imagine the impending zombie apocalypse and consider what you’d want to accomplish before succumbing to the undead. That’s exactly what Akira Tendo ponders as he faces both the end of the world and the monotony of his corporate job, which now seems eerily similar to being a zombie. “Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead” is a thought-provoking take on life, death, and the pursuit of meaning, with a live-action adaptation on Netflix.
Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War, Part 2
The long-awaited conclusion to “Bleach” is here! Ichigo Kurosaki and his band of Soul Reapers confront their ultimate foe, Yhwach—the father of all Quincys. In the “Thousand Year Blood War,” prepare for epic battles and high-stakes showdowns that fans have eagerly awaited.
One Piece: Season 20, Wano Country Arc
“One Piece” is a colossal series with an extensive episode count. However, the animation quality in the final battles of the Wano Country Arc is worth the watch. Join the Straw Hat Pirates as they face formidable adversaries in a story that has been building for over 170 episodes.
Ranking of Kings: Season Two, The Treasure Chest of Courage
“Ranking of Kings” delighted viewers with the heartwarming tale of a tiny prince who learns to lead with kindness. Now, in its second season, we’re treated to a collection of short stories that continue the endearing adventures of the little prince and his adorable kingdom.
Mashle: Magic and Muscles
If you’ve exhausted your Harry Potter binge, consider “Mashle: Magic and Muscles.” This anime follows a young wizard who, despite having no magical powers of his own, embarks on a journey to prove that determination and willpower can outshine innate abilities.
With a title like “Buddy Daddies,” it’s hard to resist giving it a watch. Follow the story of two single assassins who unexpectedly find themselves responsible for a young girl during a mission gone wrong. It’s a heartwarming twist on an action-packed tale.
An assassin’s life takes an unexpected turn when he’s offered a pardon in exchange for a perilous mission: retrieve a magical elixir of eternal life. The catch? He must bring back his executioner as well. “Hell’s Paradise” promises a thrilling journey filled with danger and intrigue.
Timed perfectly for the 2022 World Cup, “Blue Lock” offers a fictionalized take on the Japanese soccer team’s development program. Young talents compete for the chance to become the nation’s next soccer star, but those who fail face a harsh reality—they’re barred from representing Japan in any capacity.
Boruto: Sasuke’s Story Arc
While “Boruto” may not have lived up to the legacy of its predecessor, “Naruto,” the “Sasuke’s Story” arc brings excitement. Join Sasuke and Sakura as they infiltrate a dangerous prison in search of a cure for Naruto’s mysterious illness.
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba — Season Three, Swordsmith Village Arc
“Demon Slayer” continues to captivate audiences as it returns for a third season. In the “Swordsmith Village Arc,” follow Tanjiro as he seeks to make amends for damaging a treasured sword. The series shows no signs of slowing down after its record-breaking success.
Junji Ito Maniac: Japanese Tales of the Macabre
Horror enthusiasts, rejoice! Junji Ito’s chilling short stories come to life in an animated Netflix series. Known for his terrifying and grotesque illustrations, Ito personally selected the stories for this spine-tingling adaptation.
After 26 years, Ash Ketchum is retiring as everyone’s favorite Pokémon trainer. As he passes the torch to new protagonists Liko and Roy, we embark on a new adventure in the Pokémon world through 11 special episodes celebrating Ash’s legendary career.
Building on the success of “Trigun,” “Stampede” aims to carry on the legacy while introducing dynamic 3D animation. This sequel blends elements of its predecessor with inspiration from classics like “Cowboy Bebop” and “Ghost in the Shell.”
Vinland Saga: Season Two
“Vinland Saga” returns with its epic tale spanning decades. Follow Thorfinn, the son of a fallen warrior, as he serves the same mercenaries who killed his father. Produced by MAPPA, the studio behind hits like “Jujutsu Kaisen” and “Attack on Titan,” this series promises thrilling adventures.
Attack on Titan: The Final Season — Part Three
The saga of “Attack on Titan” continues with “The Final Season — Part Three.” Prepare for more intense and bonkers action as the story unfolds, promising a riveting conclusion to this epic series.
Jujutsu Kaisen: Season Two
“Jujutsu Kaisen” returns for a second season, promising to dive deeper into its complex storyline. Follow Yuji Itadori’s journey as he battles curses and uncovers the secrets of the Jujutsu world in this highly anticipated anime.