1. “Cowboy Bepop”
One of the best animes of all time because of its direction, cinematography, and loveable characters. The synopsis according to IMDB, “Mankind has colonized the stars, yet humanity remains the same desperate and power-hungry species in 2071. A ragtag duo of spacefaring bounty-hunters, Spike Spiegel and Jet Black, struggle to make ends meet living amongst the stars; and things are about to get a hell of a lot more complicated when they adopt the super-dog Ein, persuade the seductive femme-fatale known as Faye Valentine, and the teenage-hacker Edward. These five figures are about to come across things crazier than the crew of the Bebop itself.”
2. “One Punch Man”
Known to be the most relatable anime of all time because of how uninterested and chill, Saitama, the main character is.
“In a world of superhuman beings, Saitama is a unique hero, he can defeat enemies with a single punch. But being just one hero in a world filled with them, his life is empty and hollow: he gets no respect from anyone, he displays a laidback attitude to everything, and for the most part, he finds his overall hero life pointless... and worst of all, he lost his hair due to intense training. These are the adventures of an ordinary yet extraordinary hero,” the synopsis according to IMDB.
3. “My Hero Academia”
“My Hero Academia” is the most fun and colorful of all animes, and it follows is set in “a world where superpowers have become a common phenomenon, the story follows Izuku, a boy who was born without a Quirk but still dreams of becoming a superhero himself. It follows his journey in a “superhero school,” where he can’t fit in.
4. “Neon Genesis Evangelion”
“Pacific Rim”, directed by Guillermo del Toro, was inspired by “Evangelion”. In both of the stories, military alliances create huge robots to fight against threats.
“Fifteen years after a cataclysmic event known as the Second Impact, the world faces a new threat: monstrous celestial beings called "Angels" invade Tokyo. Mankind is unable to defend themselves against the Angels despite utilizing their most advanced munitions and military tactics. The only hope for human salvation rests in the hands of NERV, a mysterious organization led by the cold Gendou Ikari. NERV operates giant humanoid robots dubbed "Evangelions" to combat the Angels with state-of-the-art advanced weaponry and protective barriers known as Absolute Terror Fields,” according to “My Anime List”
5. "Assassination Classroom"
“Assassination Classroom" is also known by its original Japanese title, "Ansatsu Kyoushitsu."
It follows a “powerful creature who claims that within a year, Earth will be destroyed by him, but he offers mankind a chance by becoming a homeroom teacher where he teaches his students about how to kill him. An assassination classroom begins,” according to IMDB.
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