The struggle of most anime is laying out intricate world-building while balancing a cast of memorable characters.
It’s hard to believe Cowboy Bebop is over 20 years old because of how well it still holds up, both in its conception.
Monster is quite simply one of the best stories ever told in anime/manga form, but more than that, it’s a special anime.
There’s a reason Eiichiro Oda's One Piece has been going steady since 1999 and spawned all manner of theatrical.
Also known in the US as Fighting Spirit, Hajime no Ippo is a thrilling adaptation of an incredibly long-running manga series.
Don’t let the title fool you. Mob Psycho 100 is another fun romp from original One-Punch Man creator One.
Hunter x Hunter (pronounced Hunter Hunter) starts out with a familiar trope: A hero, in this case a young boy named Gon.
There’s a reason we all still need an ending explained for Neon Genesis Evangelion more than 20 years after its release.
We follow Yusuke Urameshi, a 14-year-old teenage delinquent who is hit by a car and dies saving a child.
The surreal tone, the incredible soundtrack and the experimental animation style all serve to make FLCL a wholly unique.