15 Best Anime Of All Time That You Have To See 2023

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Do you know the best anime? Don’t worry. We have prepared a list which contains all the best anime for you to watch. Animes are taking over the world. These Japanese cartoon series offer you a funny, romantic, adventurous and also an action-packed experience. Animes have a charm of their own. No matter if you’re old or young,  there might be some animes or the other which you can watch and loved. Read below to find out which are the top anime of all time, which you should watch and enjoy.

Best Anime of all Time to Watch in 2023

1. Naruto

Masashi Kishimoto is the creator of one of the most famous comics and manga of all time, Naruto. Later it turned into a television anime, and Studio Pierrot and Aniplex did the production. It was premiered on October 3, 2002, all across Japan. The first series consisted of 220 episodes.

On the other hand, Naruto: Shippuden, which was a sequel to the original series, has been on air since February 15, 2007. Along with the anime series, Studio Pierrot has launched eleven movies and many unique video animations. Other kinds include novels, video games, and trading cards developed by more than a few companies.

2. One Piece

One piece is for those who love pirates and adventure hunts. The story is based on a 17-year-old Monkey known as Luffy. He, along with his friends, are in search of a secret treasure named as one piece. The Pirate who becomes the first one to discover the treasure will become the Pirate King. In 1999 the anime was first aired, and the series consists of more than 800 episodes. It is well known all around the world. 

3. Fairy Tail

Hiro Mashima created a manga franchise known as Fairy Tail. The manga converted to an anime series and was broadcasted by A-1 Pictures and Satelight on October 12, 2009, in Japan. Along with that, A-1 Pictures and Satelight created seven different original video animations and an animated film, Fairy Tail the Movie: Phoenix Priestess. The series had its first episode on March 30, 2013. A new series started on TV Tokyo on April 5, 2014.

4. Tokyo Ghoul

Sui Ishida scripted the story. Ken Kaneki was a college student who became friends with Rize Kamishiro, a complete bookworm. Rize takes Kaneki into the world of ghouls, which was filled with darkness. There also comes a time when Kaneki plays with life and death when a ghoul attacks him. The ghoul leaves him partially a human and the other half as a ghoul. The ghouls have the power to camouflage and become humans. They can also make people fall in their charms. It had a total of 12 episodes in 2014.

5. Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood

Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood is a sequel of the old version of Fullmetal Alchemist. The anime consists of two brothers who search for alchemy to make their dead mother alive. In an episode, Edward loses a leg and in the future gives an arm for an alchemy experiment. During the story, he also learns about his father. The anime consists of 65 episodes written by Hiroshi Onogi in 2009 and 2010.

6. Attack on Titan

Attack on Titan is also widespread as Shingeki no Kyojin in the Japanese language. Hajime Isayama created the anime. It was first premiered in Japan in 2013. Later the series was dubbed in English and was launched in America. It is full of emotional, dramatic, and action scenes.

7. Bleach

Bleach is based on a high school student Ichigo Kurosaki who had the powers to see ghosts. Further, you can also see the God of death in the series. The manga series has been developed as an animated TV series and even four animated feature videos. It was also adapted in many video games. The manga got the Shogakukan Manga Award in 2005, and the anime also got nominated for many American Anime Awards.

8. Dragon Ball Z

Dragon Ball Z is one of the most popular Japanese anime TV series created by Toei Animation. Dragon Ball Z is based on Goku and the Z Warriors, who work together to save the world from evil. The series teaches about loyalty, teamwork, and how the gang can work with unity to defeat evil. This anime was aired between 1989 and 1996 and consists of 261 episodes.

9. Sword Art Online

Sword Art Online is a Japanese series written by Reki Kawahara and demonstrated by ABEC. In 2012, it established an anime adaptation produced by A-1 Pictures and the SAO Project and directed by Tomohiko Ito. The first season is distributed into two known as “Aincrad” and “Fairy Dance.” It has also established a second season, known as Sword Art Online II.

10. Hunter x Hunter

The story is based on a young boy Gon who realizes that his father is a hunter known as Ging. However, the father was presumed dead. Gon goes on a hunt to find his father and learn from him. He wanted to follow his father’s footsteps and become like him. During his journey, he faces many challenges from friends and enemies. Hunter x Hunter consists of 148 episodes during 2011 and 2014.

11. Cowboy Bebop

Cowboy Bebop is based on a story where people in 2072 left the world in bad condition. In the galaxy, they have to maintain peace and survive. They gain help from Cowboys and a team of Bebop spaceships. The series has 26 episodes from 1998 and 1999.

12. The Seven Deadly Sins

This anime set in the European Middle Ages is based on seven knights who characterize the seven deadly sins. They decided over to take the Lioness Kingdom however failed due to the Holy Knights. The Holy Knights take hold of power after seizing the king after ten years and become negligent rulers. This makes the Princess, Elizabeth travel to the Seven Deadly Sins to gain back the control. This anime has 24 episodes between 2014 and 2015. Shotaro Suga directed it.

13. Code Geass

Code Geass has 26 episodes between 2006 and 2007.  The story is based on the Holy Britannian Empire, which has conquered Japan and retitled Area 11. The successor of the throne, Lelouch Lamperouge, losses his birthright after seeing the horrible murder of his mother. He plans to take revenge from his father.

In the crossfire that succeeds when the empire is being conquered, a girl saved him called CC. He then becomes a camouflaged vigilante known as Zero as he seeks to take-over the intruders. This exciting anime was directed by an all-girls manga artist team known as Clamp.’

14. Blue Exorcist

The Blue Exorcist is one of the finest anime films to watch. It is based on two teenage brothers Rin Okimura and Yukio, who realize that their parents are Satan’s. Rin realizes that he has hereditary Satan’s powers and through his brother’s help, decides to end their father. Satan murders the boys’ foster father. The series consists of 25 episodes in its first season launched in 2011. In 2017, a second season began airing.

15. Pokémon

Pokemon is a Japanese title meaning Pocket Monsters and presently promoted in English as Pokémon. The series is a widely famous Japanese anime television series, which has been altered for the international television markets. Pokemon is known to be one of the best animes of all time. Join Ash and Pikachu to witness and endless adventure to become a Pokemon master.

Wrap Up

So if you haven’t watched any one of these best anime of all time, then take out some time to watch them. You would never regret watching these anime shows. They are a combination of decent comedy along with action and adventure, which will make your day entertained and complete. Which of these best anime of all times is your favorite?

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