Did you fancy 'Death Note' after watching it? Are you looking for similar anime like it? No worries, because listed here are the anime like 'Death Note' that you can put on your watch list.
Here are the top 10 best harem anime you should catch and see. These are based on my own preferences. Have fun with this great collection!
Here are the top 10 best psychological anime recommendations for you to witness and relish. This selection shall utterly leave you astonished and mind-boggled for quite a while!
Whether you're looking for something to watch after spectating "Yona of the Dawn" or wanting more shows like it, the anime like Akatsuki no Yona will fix your cravings for similarity!
There are tons of genres and themes in anime. This anime genre list shall serve as your one-stop guide in getting to know more of your favorite shows in the anime-verse.
There are a lot of great shows in the Winter 2019 anime season. Here are some recommendations if you haven't decided what you want to watch.
Here is my list of the ten best ecchi anime. The series on this list will stimulate your wildest fantasies. These shows are exciting, yet subtle, and their approach to fan service is always satisfying.
Usually death tends to have long lasting consequences, but not so for these characters in anime. These characters managed to die, and lived to tell the tale.
Sword Art Online II is held back by familiar problems in both its writing and execution, but the high-flying action and focus on strong characterization nudge the franchise towards the right direction.
A polarizing title with as many fans as detractors, Sword Art Online is powered by stunning visuals and an immersive setting, but bland leads, subpar writing and rushed pacing drag the series down to mediocrity.
VR-based anime are breaking out! Sword Art Online is a series that embodies this genre. And so, here we have a list of anime like Sword Art Online for you to feast on.
Who wants to be a superhero? Well, with these anime like Boku no Hero Academia, you'll feel like you're the hero born from your wildest dreams and imagination.
If you asked me a few years ago what the "Big Three" shounen were, I would have said, easy, that means Bleach, Naruto, and One Piece. But since Bleach and Naruto are over, what are the "Big Three"? And why is the shounen genre the dominant genre of anime in terms of popularity?