Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – Swordsmith Village Arc puts our heroes in a difficult situation while setting the foundation for the final battle.
NieR: Automata Ver1.1a encapsulates everything that defined the game but also falls short in so many ways.
KonoSuba: An Explosion on This Wonderful World! attempts to present the origin story of everyone’s favorite chuuni mage but also makes the same mistakes as most prequels.
Attack on Titan: The Final Chapter Part 1 marks the beginning of the end of one of the most captivating works in recent years.
Japanese Tales of the Macabre feels less like a respectful adaptation and more like a downgrade of the Junji Ito Collection.
Bocchi the Rock! will get your attention because of how relatable its themes are while encompassing every artistic canvas.
Season 1 of Chainsaw Man is a masterpiece that strikes the perfect balance between a solid story and over-the-top action.
Season 2 of Uzaki-chan Wants to Hang Out! gives fans what they enjoy while also getting ready for Hana and Shinichi’s relationship to grow.
Berserk is one of the most influential works, absolutely do not make The Golden Age Arc – Memorial Edition your introduction to this masterpiece.
In all the right ways, Do It Yourself!! is what happens when a bunch of King of the Hill fans are allowed to make their own anime.
Season 1 Pt.2 of Spy x Family continues to be the perfect spy family comedy with its narrative design and multi-layered characters.
Mobile Suit Gundam: Cucuruz Doan’s Island is a remake of a cut episode that now has a fitting place in the story of the One Year War.
Dropkick On My Devil!! X is one of those series that will take you by surprise but has plenty for viewers to enjoy.
With its focus on Mary Saotome’s story, Kakegurui Twin does everything right when it comes to being a well-done prequel.
Inu-Oh is a beautiful work that blends the elements of historical fantasy with a rock opera told through the art of anime.