Full of relatable characters and touching scenes, sad anime like Violet Evergarden and A Silent Voice know how to grip the viewers' hearts.
The Dragon Ball franchise produces so many fights, between alien warlords like Frieza and Super Saiyans, that some are bound to lead nowhere.
DBZ fans are well aware of what Super Saiyan transformations mean to the franchise; the Cell Saga had the opportunity to make perfect the plot device.
Slice-of-life anime need more well-defined heroes to hold the story together, not passive characters who simply let things happen to them.
Isekai characters must be more than pure escapism — they must stand for something or be forgotten.
Upper Moon Four Gyokko and Upper Moon Five Hantengu lack the same danger than Upper Moon Six Gyutaru did, but dare they actually just weaker Demons?
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Demon Slayer’s fights in season 3 of the anime didn’t hit the same note as the prior season's, but the reason for that lies in the source material.
The likes of FMAB's Shou Tucker and Death Note's Light Yagami have succeeded in some of the most heinous crimes known to humanity.
Akira Toriyama crafted one of the best manga and anime franchises of all time with Dragon Ball, but he also abandoned some pivotal character arcs.
From the young assassin Killua to the villainous ant king Merum, MyAnimeList has ranked the most popular Hunter x Hunter characters.
Legendary filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki of Spirited Away fame is set to release his final project, and it may be his most ambitious yet.
With random new abilities and instant power boosts, My Hero Academia has fallen victim to handing out undeserved upgrades to several characters.
Aoharu x Machinegun looks like an Ouran High School knockoff at first, but the survival game comedy is an absolutely fun watch.
Though live-action anime adaptations typically have a bad rep, there are a few currently in development that might change fans' minds.