Best 9 anime tv series and its videos

Posted on 10 dec 2021 by Ritesh kumar



  • I have been waching anime tv series since 2013 and I love it and watched almost all good tv series. Here my 9 best anime tv series...




  • Death Note

  • 1. Death Note

    Death Note is the best tv series ever,no doubt about the series.In this series given a notebook that could kill anyone in the world the moment you wrote their name in, what would you write in it? Trick question, we hope it’s no one and you would just throw the book into the trash, but that’s what Death Note’s premise is all about. The story follows Light Yagami, a teen genius who stumbles across a mysterious otherworldly notebook: the “Death Note”, which belonged to the Shinigami Ryuk and grants the user the supernatural ability to kill anyone whose name is written in its pages. A thriller/action-based story, the series centers around Light’s subsequent attempts to use the Death Note to carry out a worldwide massacre of individuals whom he deems morally unworthy of life to change the world into a utopian society without crime, using the alias of a god-like vigilante named “Kira” and the subsequent efforts of an elite task-force of law enforcement officers, consisting of members of the Japanese police force, led by L, an enigmatic internationally detective whose past is shrouded in mystery, to apprehend him and end his reign of terror. As short as the series may be, consisting of only 37 episodes, Death Note takes the spot of the best anime due to its hard-hitting action, fast-paced storyline, and an anime that doesn’t expand into other spin-offs to stay true to its main plot making it a one of a kind anime on our list. If you’re on the hunt for something that you’d want to binge-watch within a weekend, Death Note is the perfect series to give a shot at, since it’ll make you want more and more afterwards.

  • Fullmetal Alchemist

    2. Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood

    Hands down, one of the best anime ever created, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood is a one-of-a-kind series that really stands out from the rest of the anime known to mankind. Adapted from the manga from page to page, Brotherhood is set in a world where the dominant science is called Alchemy, which the process of transforming an object into something else using symbols is called Transmutation Circles. The series follows two brothers, Edward and Alphonse Elric, in the fictional country of Amestris, who commit a grave taboo in trying to revive their mother back from the dead using Alchemy. As a result, Edward loses his right arm and left leg, and Alphonse loses his entire body, trapping his soul into a suit of armor. The story follows their journey as they attempt to return their bodies back to normal with the help of the legendary Philosopher's Stone. Along the way, they encounter supernatural creatures called Homunculi, and also learn shocking truths about the very nature of Alchemy in Amestris. The entire anime is absolutely brilliant. By far one of the best series to ever watch, the themes of love, brotherhood, and courage that are portrayed are really touching, attaching you to certain characters fairly quickly. There are plenty of light moments in between so the story doesn’t get too dreary, and it builds up very steadily, not rushing through in any way. Watching this doesn’t make you feel heavy after a few episodes, nor do you feel completely bored in certain filler episodes like other anime. This complex but interesting storyline will keep you interested through the 64 episodes available, as well as the many fight sequences that revolve around. If you’re in for nonstop action but also heart-filled moments, please enjoy Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood to your heart’s content.

  • Naruto

    3. Naruto

    I’m going to be Hokage one day - believe it!” is a line you must have heard before if you’re fond of anime. If not, then welcome to the world of Naruto. They’re the words repeatedly said by the shinobi Naruto Uzumaki, an iconic anime character from one of the world's most popular anime series. Naruto began as a Japanese manga series, written by Masashi Kishimoto, and was adapted as an anime series in 2002. The series follows the adventures of Naruto Uzumaki, a young ninja of the Hidden Leaf Village, whose dream is to gain the respect and recognition of his peers and to become the village Hokage, the most powerful ninja who leads the village. Thanks to the incredible people at Madman Entertainment, 220 episodes were produced to have you on the edge of your seat at all times. Despite being a rascal at times, Naruto’s story goes deep. Being an orphaned boy after his parents were murdered during the village’s battle with the Nine-Tailed Fox, the creature was sealed into Naruto, the only individual being capable of withstanding the beast. While the narrative is typical of a slice-of-life story about ninjas, the plot rapidly changes to showcase the evil forces at work, the changes in Naruto from being a brat to an inspirational character, and the darkness that builds within Sasuke Uchiha, who has a rather interesting backstory himself. While this may not seem like a dark and gritty thriller, this is a well-written anime with a piece of silliness mixed into it. A cult classic much like others on this list, Naruto can please anyone who wants to start a nice, long-lasting series to watch.

  • Attack On Titan

    4.Attack On Titan

    If post-apocalyptic is tattooed on your forehead in terms of what you enjoy watching, then look no further since Attack on Titan is the show for you. Based on the manga series of the same name created by Hajime Isayama, the series is an action-fueled, dark fantasy, post-apocalyptic anime that makes you watch in terror from beginning to end. Set in a world where humanity lives within cities surrounded by enormous walls that protect them from gigantic man-eating humanoids referred to as Titans, the story follows Eren Yeager, who vows to retake the world after a Titan brings about the destruction of his hometown and the death of his mother. Bringing revenge upon the massive foes and reclaiming the world from the Titans, Eren and his friends join the Scout Regiment, an elite group of soldiers who fight the Titans. The anime can be split into four different blocks of content: the 2013 season and its films, the 2017 season and its film, the 2018-2019 season and its film, and the upcoming final season that has yet to be aired. While the anime has yet to be done, Attack on Titan is a series to start as soon as possible, with all of its 59 episodes and a handful of films to watch, it may take a bit of time. An anime like Attack on Titan is rare to come across. Based in a world that doesn’t let you sleep at night, it’s a series that really keeps you up until the sun rises. So, if that’s your cup of tea, get ready for an adventure to take down these Titans.

  • Dragon Ball Z

    5.Dragon Ball Z

    An anime that spans across many generations, this is the sequel to Dragon Ball from 1986. Dragon Ball Z is an anime that everyone must know of, whether it's the name itself, Goku, or the Saiyans - Dragon Ball Z is one of the greatest anime to have ever been produced. Produced by Toei Animation and written by Akira Toriyama, Dragon Ball Z continues the adventures of Goku, who, along with his companions made in the prequel series, defend the Earth against villains ranging from aliens like Frieza, androids like Cell, and magical creatures like Majin Buu. While the original anime followed Goku from childhood to early adulthood and had its fun moments, Dragon Ball Z is a continuation of his adult life in this hard-action anime, but at the same time parallels the life of his son, Gohan, as well as the development of his rival Vegeta. While there have been sequel series produced afterwards like Dragon Ball GT and Dragon Ball Super, Z is the core of the entire Dragon Ball universe that has a recognition like no other anime on this list. With over 150 episodes, the series has some of the most unique scenes in anime ever made, such as Goku’s transformation to becoming a Super Saiyan and the Cell Games. If you’re into anime and haven’t watched Dragon Ball Z, we won’t judge. However, if you’re just starting, this is an anime that must be seen if you enjoy some fast-paced action, even if some fight scenes last about three to four episodes at a time. It’s gripping, entertaining, and heartbreaking all at the same time, and you wish you could be a Saiyan like Goku and his friends too.

  • Bleach

    6. Bleach

    What do you get when you mix ghosts and samurais together? An incredible anime like Bleach, and it does not disappoint viewers who have watched this when they were kids. An anime based on Tite Kubo’s manga of the same name, Bleach follows the adventures of Ichigo Kurosaki after he obtains the powers of a Soul Reaper - a death personification similar to the Grim Reaper - from another Soul Reaper, Rukia Kuchiki. Ichigo’s newfound powers force him to take on the duties of defending humans from evil spirits and guiding departed souls to the afterlife. The anime adaptation includes original storylines not found in the manga with repeated appearances and stories containing these original characters. It’s a supernatural anime that really opens up another world, and it’s continuing with its awaiting final story arc, the “Thousand-Year Blood War”, that will receive an anime adaptation as well from the manga. Bleach is a great anime for all Shonen fans. If this is your first anime to give a shot at, it’s a great gateway anime to explore more genres and series in the genre. Though it may not become your favourite anime, Bleach will definitely make you look back at how great of a storyline it contained from beginning to end.

  • Cowboy Bebop

    7. Cowboy Bebop

    On paper, Cowboy Bebop reads something like John Wayne and George Lucas came up with a wild sci-fi western series. Set in 2071, Bebop imagines a dystopian future where Earth has been irrevocably damaged due to the creation of a stargate, forcing humans to evacuate the planet and create colonies across the solar system. The result is a galaxy of lawlessness, where crime lords rule and cops pay bounty hunters to handle some of the grunt work. The show ultimately features so many influences and nods to other famous works it’s almost impossible to keep track. That’s Cowboy Bebop to you. Although it covers a wide range of genres throughout its run, Cowboy Bebop draws most heavily from sci-fi, western, and noir, and its most recurring thematic focal points include adult existential ennui, loneliness, and the difficulties of trying to escape one’s past. Cowboy Bebop became a critical and commercial success both in Japanese and North American markets, garnering several major anime and sci-fi awards upon its release, and received unanimous praise for its style, characters, story, voice acting, animation, and soundtrack. In the years since its release, critics have hailed Cowboy Bebop as a masterpiece and frequently cite it as one of the greatest anime titles of all time. Credited with helping to introduce anime to a new wave of Western viewers in the early 2000s, Cowboy Bebop has been labelled a gateway series for the medium as a whole.

  • My Hero Academia

    8. My Hero Academia

    Usually, anime and manga connoisseurs tell you to read the manga before watching the anime - it’s the equivalent to reading the book before watching the film or TV series. However, My Hero Academia slaps that lesson in the face, making the anime an incredible series to watch without having to read the manga. The story follows Izuku Midoriya, a boy born without superpowers in a world where they have become commonplace, but who still dreams of becoming a hero himself. He is scouted by All Might, Japan’s greatest hero, who shares his power with Midoriya after recognizing his potential, and later helps to enroll him in a prestigious high school for heroes in training. As the clear underdog amongst his peers, Midoriya becomes a fan-favourite, being tracked down as likable and relatable. Likewise, the rest of the characters are multilayered and each interesting in their own right - the show boasts a colorful cast of diverse and wonderfully realized characters. Considering the studio Bones’ pedigree, it should come as no surprise that the studio behind Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood has once again knocked it out of the park. My Hero Academia is loaded with incredible action scenes that are an absolute joy to watch, thanks to the fluid animation and dynamic angles at which they are present. My Hero Academia delivers a series of fantastic action, elevated by a heartfelt story that’s wrapped around a core cast of memorable characters. While the show is still young, the stage has been set for more to come which poses some exciting new challenges for Midoriya and the rest of the crew.

  • One-Punch Man

    9. One-Punch Man

    Ah, yes. One-Punch Man. There isn’t an exact explanation of this show, but there’s so much to say about it. Created by a person simply known as ‘One’ and produced by Madhouse and J.C.Staff, the anime became an overnight viral hit and a mass cult following from across the globe. The story chronicles the adventure of Saitama, an inconspicuous-looking, bald guy who, after struggling to find a regular job, decides to fulfill his childhood ambition and become a superhero - like any other human being. After three years of “intense” training, Saitama finds that he has become outrageously strong, being able to defeat any enemy with a single punch, making Saitama bored with the lack of challenge that his enemies pose. It’s worth mentioning that One-Punch Man is as much a satirical comedy piece as it is an action one. Far from being a one-man show however, the supporting cast are as varied, colorful, and insane as anyone could hope for. With each of the primary cast being afforded moments of both hilarity and badass-ness, One-Punch Man is a rare example of a show in which it doesn’t matter which characters an episode elects to focus on, you know you’re in for a treat. One-Punch Man is truly a whole meal to have when watching an anime. The second season may not have lived up to season one due to the transition of production studios, but it’s still a laugh-and-a-half to have. Enjoy this modern piece of art when you can!





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