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  1. * Based on a fantasy romantic light novel series written by Shuu and illustrated by Shizuma Yoshinori. Anos, the Demon King of Tyranny, has defeated humans, spirits, and gods alike. But even demon kings get tired of all the fighting sometimes! Hoping for a more peaceful life, Anos decides to reincarnate himself. When he wakes two thousand years later, though, he finds the world has become too peaceful--his descendants have grown weak and magic is in serious decline. Intending to reclaim his rightful place, he enrolls in Demon King Academy, where he finds that his magical power is off the charts. Literally. And because they can't measure his power, the faculty and other students regard Anos as a misfit. With the support of Misha, the one student he manages to befriend, the misfit (Demon King) begins his climb up the demon ranks! Source: Square Enix Manga
  2. * Based on an ecchi love comedy manga by Kitada Ryouma. In a world on the verge of a great disaster that began five years ago, heroes who, with the help of a device called HxEros, use the power of Ecchi (H) and erotic power (Ero) to save the planet from libido-devouring monsters! Enjou Retto and Hoshino Kirara are childhood friends who have drifted apart from each other. One day, they're caught in a battle against a "Censor Bug" that feeds on human's sexual energy to evolve. After successfully taking down the enemy, they join a group of heroes like them, using the erotic power of the HxEROS force to fight off monsters. Source: M-U
  3. Only BADs are our targets! Trick you! Deceive you! Cheat all fortunes of you! You can hear our stories in LA, Singapore, London, Shanghai and Tokyo, Why? Our "CON GAMEs" stage, is the whole WORLD!! Edamura Makoto is supposedly Japan's greatest swindler. Together with his partner Kudo, they try to trick a Frenchman in Asakusa but unexpectedly get tricked instead. The Frenchman, whom they tried to swindle, turns out to be Laurent Thierry- a much higher-level 'confidence man,' in control of the mafias. Edamura is yet to find out what fate awaits him, after having engaged in the Frenchman's dirty jobs...! Source: Official website Note: The episodes received an early release on Netflix starting on June 2. The TV broadcast began on July 9, 2020. Episode 1 was previewed at a screening at Anime Expo in Los Angeles on July 4, 2019.
  4. After a certain mishap, the brilliant but socially inept engineer Apare Sorano and the shrewd but cowardly samurai Kosame Isshiki find themselves drifting on a boat from Japan to America. Broke, the two decide to compete in the Trans-America Wild Race to win the prize and return to Japan. The two battle crazy rivals, outlaws, and the great outdoors itself as they race through the wild West from the starting line in Los Angeles to the finish line in New York — in the steam-powered car they built. Source: ANN Note: The first two episodes received an advance distribution and broadcast on different platforms from March 21. The regular TV broadcast started on April 10, 2020. Note: Due to COVID-19 its broadcast was stopped in the spring season at the third episode. The broadcast will restart in the summer season on July 3 from the first episode.
  5. 2020 trending anime there is a list Darwin's Game No Guns Life The Disastrous Life of Saiki K: Reawakened Vinland Saga Fire Force My Hero Academia season 4 Blade of the Immortal Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba
  6. The very greatest anime on the biggest streaming services around. Want to watch the best anime shows around? Have you watched everything already that's is not animation, this is the best time there has ever been to be an anime watcher. That's not to say anime is at its best in 2020 – rather, it's just easier and cheaper than ever to enjoy the best anime through dedicated streaming services like Netflix, Crunchyroll and Funimation Now. The days of expensive DVD releases and imports are over. All of the best anime is easy to watch. Every season Japan pumps out dozens of new anime, and you can find it all on sites like Crunchyroll, in English, the same day they air. Older shows from the '80s and '90s are rarer, but we've highlighted some of the best anime available from those eras here. Whether you're brand new to anime or just need a new show to watch, these are our top picks of 25 stellar series ready and waiting to be streamed right now. They run the gamut from action-packed shonen, to sports, mecha, and heartwarming slice-of-life. Best Netflix shows Best Amazon Prime shows Final Fantasy 7 Remake: everything we know Best anime on Netflix, Funimation, Crunchyroll, Hulu and more Kaiji Yuri!!! On Ice Steins;Gate Megalo Box Death Note Mob Psycho 100 Ping-Pong the Animation Cowboy Bebop Neon Genesis Evangelion My Hero Academia Hyouka! The Promised Neverland Lupin III S4 Haikyuu!! Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Natsume's Book of Friends Samurai Champloo Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann Mushishi Hunter X Hunter Paranoia Agent Castlevania Legend of the Galactic Heroes The Tatami Galaxy FLCL
  7. 1. Housekishou Richard-shi no Nazo Kantei Housekishou Richard-shi no Nazo Kantei is another anime adapted from a light novel. Produced by Shuka! 2. Isekai Quartet 2 A continuation of the Isekai parody series. Produced by Studio PuYUKAI. 3. Ishuzoku Reviewers Ishuzoku Reviewers is gonna be the anime to watch in 2020, as it stirs up controversy. The story is about a main character who visits brothels full of different Monster Girl races. It’s produced by Passione. Released in January 2020! 4. Kabukichou Sherlock Drama/comedy series produced by Production I.G. The same studio behind Psycho Pass! 5. Koisuru Asteroid Comedy/Slice Of Life anime series, produceed by Doga Kobo! Same studio as Umaru Chan. 6. Kuutei Dragons Seinen/Adventure anime series produced by Polygon Pictures! 7. Kyokou Suiri Supernatural/mystery series produced by Brain’s Base. Released in January 2020. 8. Magia Record: Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica Gaiden Magia Record was delayed in 2018 (original release date). Now it’s set for 2020, and is a side story in the Madoka Magica universe. 9. Mairimashita! Iruma-kun Demon/Shounen series produced by BN Pictures. Set for January 2020. 10. Majutsushi Orphen Haguretabi Comedy/Magic anime series produced by Studio Deen. The same studio behind Higurashi.
  8. Hey everyone Anna Kushina here(From k project), I want to ask you this question. What is your favorite anime character? it could be your own anime character that you created or drew or from an anime show. AAHHHHHH! I can't wait to see what characters are your favorite!!! (Sorry overreacted lol) Sincerely, Anna Kushina P.S. Should we have a drawing contest soon? if so then..... LET ME HOST IT PLEASE!!
  9. New & Exciting Updates? Share them here with us! 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 Today, Crunchyroll announced the date for the upcoming Dub of Demon Slayer! It will be releasing on Toonami October 12th for the Fall Anime Block! Sooo excited that it got enough traction to make it this far. Not only will we be getting a dub, but the future of this franchise looking good, such a success that it's going on cable TV.
  10. My name in Japanese is Mirusubete , yeah and it sounds weird , whats yours?
  11. So, you want to start watching anime but you don’t know where to start? Few can blame you. Anime is a rising medium in the entertainment industry. In fact, it’s so widespread, chances are you’ve been exposed to anime without realizing it. Many kids in the 90’s watched DragonBallZ and Saiilor Moon without knowing it was anime they were watching. Pokemon served as a very common gateway as well and it shows how much anime can seep into someone’s life without them realizing it. So, what you want to do is start watching anime to the extent that hardcore fans watch, watch anime knowing it is anime, and watch anime being able to compare and contrast it to American animation or other animated shows of its type. What Is Anime? First off: What is anime? Anime is, put simply, Japanese animation. It is when a Japanese artist animates things into a storyline, basically like any other cartoon movie but Japanese style. Don’t go calling anime cartoon though. Cartoon has become synonymous with American animation and anime is too distinct to be called a cartoon. Strictly speaking, and to please fans, the two are different. As said, without knowing, you may have been exposed to such animation a while ago. You know popular games like Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts. If you are familiar with and have played these games, you have definitely been exposed to anime, at least to a limited extent. Now we’ve established that you have been exposed to anime, we can continue. Anime is split between different types. What happens is there are different target audiences for anime and then there are different genres. The target audiences are Kodomo, Shonen, Shojou, and Seinen. What does this mean? Well, Kodomo is for young kids, Seinen is anime for older people, Shojou is anime for teenage girls and Shonen is anime for teenage boys and is the most widely loved anime among its audience and dominates the anime industry. Doesn’t this all mean that most anime is for kids, then? No! Because unlike most other mediums of entertainment, the demographic is then split between different genres, some of which are more widely accepted, and there lies the reason why anime is so popular. What are genres? Genres are actually universally used terms to refer to what kind of story you’re about to get into: Adventure, romance, angst, sports, tragedy, drama, comedy, family, crime, etc… are all genres. Harry Potter is of the fantasy genre, Twilight is romance, Gulliver’s Travels is Adventure, and CSI is crime. Anime is included in this as well as games and any other form of entertainment. This is where you start trying to decide which anime to get into, which anime to follow and which fandom to get involved in. In the anime community, there are widely accepted ‘gateway anime’ to introduce to people just starting out. We won’t go into all that, though. Gateway Anime are generally the popular ones like Naruto and One Piece. Since we just established that different genres are for different people, someone may not necessarily like those two. Another natural part of Anime people need to remember is that it is naturally Japanese. Being Japanese, most Anime are Japanese spoken and many times, one will have to rely on subtitles. This is where the distinction between subs and dubs come in. Dubs are Anime that were given an English dub, meaning it is spoken in English. Subs are Anime that are Japanese spoken with English subtitles. Subs vs. dubs are a factor in choosing Anime, because many people simply prefer laying back and watching and listening without relying on reading subtitles. However, for a starter, this guide recommends going into dubs but be open to going subbed eventually or the choices are limited. GateWay To Anime If you’re in the mood for an adventure with different themes like maturation, characterization, and bits of tragedy, Naruto and One Piece is for you. If you prefer a lighter science fiction adventure, Cowboy Bebop is a nice anime to get into. Forget space, maybe you want a light adventure on land where each episode is a self-contained story, maybe Kino’s Journey is the best choice. Or, perhaps you’re more of a dark fantasy type with major elements of tragedy, in which case Attack on Titan is perfect. Do you like the drama of philosophy, war and conspiracy? Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood is for you by far, and Code Geass for those who want a war of smarts and attrition at once. Maybe you hate adventure. What if you prefer the serious stuff like crime and investigation? Death Note is the better choice. Or perhaps you want Thriller, in which case Another is the perfect anime to start with. Perhaps someone doesn’t want any serious stuff and they prefer romance. Well, Chuunibyou, Love and Other Delusions is a good romantic anime to start with. Or perhaps you prefer Historical fiction in which case Black Butler is the way to go. Or maybe you just want comedy, and prefer watching Ouran High School Host Club which has comedic themes ranging from romance and sexuality to regular high school drama. Going into these particular romances like Ouran and Chuunibyou leads you to the Slice of Life category. A Slice of Life is exactly what it sounds like, a bit of ordinary life. Most Slice of Life anime follows the mold of the aforementioned anime. Most of them take place in High school since, let’s face it, who wants a Slice off an ordinary working man’s life? It’s so much less interesting than the romantically fueled High School setting, not to mention it would bore the teenage target audience to death. Deciding what anime to get into can be difficult. The gateway makes or breaks a person’s interest most of the time because first impressions mean almost everything. It is because of this a lot of anime fans think up “Gateway Anime” to use in their missionary work to convert so many others outside their fandom. Anime just has that charm to it, an appeal in its Animation only animation experts can truly pinpoint. Since not all of us are experts with every genre of anime out there, we look for universal gateways, gateways most people would like. That is naturally the easiest path. From there, things start getting interesting and passionate all at once. This is where the major anime series, let alone movies, start coming in. What’s this? Aren’t movies for more hardcore anime fans? Nope. Some anime movies, namely Hayao Miyazaki movies, are the best movies to start your anime watching experience. For some, they are exactly what you need to start. Like Disney is what started your animation experience as a child, Hayao Miyazaki is exactly like that. Anyways, what was the point of naming a bunch of anime and not going into them? Why the heck would anyone trust a stranger online over what anime is good or bad? Much better to trust your friends, right? Well, this is why it is prudent to go through each and every anime mentioned, explain the plot and why it is a good gateway into the wider anime world. This guide will name specific gateways into a specific genre, and it will name some generally accepted universal gateways that everyone can enjoy. A long time ago, back in the nineties, anime like Dragonball Z, Sailor Moon, Pokemon, and Cowboy Bebop took the west by storm. They broke out of their original country of Japan and appealed to western audiences. Dragonball started as a series before developing into Dragonball Z, and that set the stage for the formula that Shonen is known for in shows like Naruto, Bleach, One Piece, Fairy Tail, and Cardcaptor Sakura alcheas well as Shaman King. Shows like Dragonball and Naruto are originally manga, (Japanese comic) and were serialized as such in magazines before being adapted. If you’re more of a comic reader, choosing a manga might be a better start than going straight into visual Anime. Anime is part of Japanese culture now, and being part of Japanese culture, it is not unusual for just about anyone to watch it. Some Anime try to appeal directly to a western audience. In fact, looking at how some main characters like Naruto from Naruto look western in look is a direct example of how it may try to appeal to an outside audience. All these anime are now regarded as nostalgic pieces of history. The way a nineties Disney fan would view The Little Mermaid, the same holds true to an anime lover who looks back and knows how it all began. Such an extensive history of anime will only continue to grow and expand. So, without further ado, here goes the anime guide. Reference: the-artifice
  12. Annual study shows sixth straight year of revenue growth and historical first in media format preference. Anime has never been more popular than it is right now, and that goes for both inside Japan as well as abroad. With digital distribution making it easy to watch new content whenever you want and easily catch up on missed episodes, plus an unprecedented number of slickly organized fan appreciation events and theatrical screenings, the medium of Japanese animation is in the middle of its biggest, loudest boom ever, and the industry has the numbers to show it. reference soranews24
  13. There is always one anime that really stands out to you, that really makes a difference to you. There's always one show that you want everybody to watch and love just as much as you do (if not more). That show for me is Steins;Gate. I remember a few years ago, when i first watched it i was mesmerized by the show. It dragged me in and completely hooked me from episode 1. Since then, I have watched this show countless and countless of times, it never losing its appeal. It still makes me want to cry, gives me goosebumps, and puts me on the edge of my seat. I catch new things I missed in previous watchings almost every time I rewatch it. I feel that Steins;Gate is so underappreciated and not nearly as popular as it should be. There must've been so much thought and time put into creating such a complete masterpiece. It really delves deep into topics not usually presented in anime and takes it above and beyond what I would have expected. Steins;Gate is originally a visual novel game that was later adapted into an anime. I didn't play the actual visual novel till years later after I had already rewatched the show a few times. The visual novel, obviously, is much more complex and explains things in a much deeper way. OKAY, so, you are all probably wondering.. "What is it even about Rini?" Well, don't worry! I will explain that now!! Steins;Gate takes place in Akihabara, Japan following the story of main character Okabe Rintaro (whom likes to be called "Hououin Kyouma!"). Okabe is a self proclaimed 'mad scientist' who runs his own lab with two friends Mayuri and Daru. There he creates tons of mostly useless experiments. One day, however, he accidentally steps into territory that should not be stepped in. He accidentally creates a time machine. Given the opportunity to stop research or continue, he continues. This glorious anime sheds light as to what the horrors of time travel would be and what it could lead to. It makes use of the Butterfly Effect, separate world lines, etc. As you follow Okabe through this intense story-line, you watch as he descends into TRUE madness (not his self proclaimed madness). I cannot stress enough how incredible of a show this is. It can be a tad slow at the start, but it really sets off around episode 12 or so and it's nonstop from that point on. I want more people to give this show the chance it deserves, as its just entirely underrated. will put links below for more info
  14. One peice Luffy got beaten with one hit from Kadio what will happen next?
  15. Winter 2020 Anime: 1. A Certain Scientific Railgun Season 3 It’s been 10 years since Railgun season 2. Now we’ll have something deeper to look forward to in Academy city. 2. Runway de Waratte This is an upcoming Shoujo anime, released in January 2020. Produced by Ezo’la. 3. Quintessential Quintuplets Season 2 Quintessential Quintuplets did well in 2019, and it’s back for another season in 2020 to fill in the blanks. 4. Oshi ga Budoukan Ittekuretara Shinu This is a comedy/music seinen series produced by 8-Bit. Originally adapted from a Manga series. 5. Dorohedoro Horror/Seinen series set for January 2020. Produced by MAPPA. 6. ARP Backstage Pass ARP Backstage Pass is produced by Dynamo Pictures. It’s a music anime series. 7. A3! Season Spring & Summer A3! Season Spring & Summer is produced by P.A Works. Another music anime. 8. 22/7 Produced by A-1 Pictures, 22/7 is an anime about idols who cross dimensions. Released in January 2020. 9. Ahiru no Sora Sports Shounen type of anime like Haikyu. Produced by Deomedea. 10. BanG Dream! 3rd Season BanG Dream! is back again with a 3rd Season. Produced by Sanzigen.
  16. Winter 2020 Anime: 1. Boku no Hero Academia 4th Season This anime is airing right now as of November. But the anime will still be airing throughout 2020. 2. Chihayafuru 3 This is another anime still airing in November 2019. But it’ll be airing in 2020 as well! It’s a Josei anime being handled by Madhouse! 3. Darwin’s Game Mystery/Shounen anime released in 2020 January. Produced by Nexus! 4. Eizouken ni wa Te wo Dasuna! Slice of life/comedy produced by Science SARU. Adapted from a Manga. 5. Fate/Grand Order: Zettai Majuu Sensen Babylonia Another anime that’s still airing. But with 21+ episodes this will carry over into 2020. Produced by CloverWorks. 6. Haikyuu!! To the Top S4 Haikyuu’s been a successful sports anime since release. And now it’s back to dominate with a 4th season. Produced by Production I.G. 7. Hatena☆Illusion Supernatural/Romance anime series. Produced by Children’s Playground Entertainment! 8. Heya Camp△ Heya Camp is the new “Yuru Camp” anime by C-Station. Released 2020. 9. Infinite Dendrogram Infinite Dendrogram is adapted from a Light Novel, and produced by NAZ. It’s a fantasy game series with VRMMO. 10. ID:INVADED ID: Invaded is about a story of a detective in a sci-fi world.
  17. Winter 2020 Anime: 1. Housekishou Richard-shi no Nazo Kantei Housekishou Richard-shi no Nazo Kantei is another anime adapted from a light novel. Produced by Shuka! 2. Isekai Quartet 2 A continuation of the Isekai parody series. Produced by Studio PuYUKAI. 3. Ishuzoku Reviewers Ishuzoku Reviewers is gonna be the anime to watch in 2020, as it stirs up controversy. The story is about a main character who visits brothels full of different Monster Girl races. It’s produced by Passione. Released in January 2020! 4. Kabukichou Sherlock Drama/comedy series produced by Production I.G. The same studio behind Psycho Pass! 5. Koisuru Asteroid Comedy/Slice Of Life anime series, produceed by Doga Kobo! Same studio as Umaru Chan. 6. Kuutei Dragons Seinen/Adventure anime series produced by Polygon Pictures! 7. Kyokou Suiri Supernatural/mystery series produced by Brain’s Base. Released in January 2020. 8. Magia Record: Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica Gaiden Magia Record was delayed in 2018 (original release date). Now it’s set for 2020, and is a side story in the Madoka Magica universe. 9. Mairimashita! Iruma-kun Demon/Shounen series produced by BN Pictures. Set for January 2020. 10. Majutsushi Orphen Haguretabi Comedy/Magic anime series produced by Studio Deen. The same studio behind Higurashi.
  18. Winter 2020 Anime: 1. Nanatsu no Taizai: Kamigami no Gekirin The new Seven Deadly Sins is also produced by Studio Deen. With 24 episodes in total (currently episode 6). 2. number24 Upcoming sports anime released in January 2020. Produced by PRA. 3. Oda Shinamon Nobunaga Martial Arts/Slice of life anime with some comedy and historical elements. Produced by Studio Pierrot. Released in January 2020! 4. Pet Seinen/Mystery series produced by Geno Studio. 5. Plunderer Comedy drama with some romance and action. Produced by Geek Toys. Adapted from a Manga. 6. Radiant 2nd Season Radiant is back again for another season. This fantasy adventure series is produced by Lerche. Same studio behind Assassination Classroom. 7. Rebirth Card Game anime, produced by LIDEN FILMS. Same studio as Yamada Kun and Rokudenashi. 8. Rikei ga Koi ni Ochita Comedy/romance produced by Zero-G. Adapted from a digital Manga. 9. Somali to Mori no Kamisama Fantasy slice of life produced by Satelight. 10. Uchi Tama?! Uchi no Tama Shirimasenka? Kawaii slice of life anime produced by MAPPA in partnership with another studio.
  19. Winter 2020 Anime: 1. Healin’ Good♡Precure Classic magical girl series with a new anime in 2020. Produced by Toei Animation! 2. Sekaiichi Hatsukoi: Propose-hen Released in February 2020. Spring/Summer/Fall 2020 Anime (No Official Release Date): 3. Boku no Tonari ni Ankoku Hakaishin ga Imasu Comedy/Josei anime produced by EMT. Release date unknown. 4. My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! Comedy drama produced by Silver Link. Same studio as Kokoro Connect. 5. Jashin-chan Dropkick 2nd Season 6. Shironeko Project: Zero Chronicle 7. Houkago Teibou Nisshi 8. Tamayomi 9. Nami yo Kiite Kure 10. Vlad Love
  20. Winter 2020 Anime: 0. Re:Zero Season 2 1. Gal to Kyouryuu 2. Kitsutsuki Tantei-Dokoro 3. IDOLiSH7 2 4. Argonavis from BanG Dream! 5. Major 2nd Second Series 6. Kaiketsu Zorori (2020) 7. Kingdom 3rd Season anime 8. Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? III 9. Gibiate 10. Ex-Arm anime 11. Chou Futsuu Toshi Kashiwa Densetsu 12. (ROCKIN’ON Anime Project) 13. Shingeki no Kyojin: The Final Season 14. Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru Season 3 15. Assault Lily Bouquet
  21. For those who has not checked out the anime list by clicking on anime you will find anime from A - Z please use the correct format to leave a review for some of your favourite animes Thanks.
  22. Greetings and Salutations After hibernating in the hyperbolic time chamber, I have returned! There is so much going with anime, that I am dumbfounded as to where to start! Tell me what's going on in the anime world, what's new? What's back? What do you like so far? What should I look into? Your friendly neighbourhood Miru
  23. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Vinland Saga Rising of the Shield Hero, doctor stone Dororo The Promised Neverland. goblin slayer My Hero Academia (Season 4) Cannon Busters Fire Force What do you like so far? What should I look into?
  24. 1. Boku no Hero Academia 4th Season This anime is airing right now as of November. But the anime will still be airing throughout 2020. 2. Chihayafuru 3 This is another anime still airing in November 2019. But it’ll be airing in 2020 as well! It’s a Josei anime being handled by Madhouse! 3. Darwin’s Game Mystery/Shounen anime released in 2020 January. Produced by Nexus! 4. Eizouken ni wa Te wo Dasuna! Slice of life/comedy produced by Science SARU. Adapted from a Manga. 5. Fate/Grand Order: Zettai Majuu Sensen Babylonia Another anime that’s still airing. But with 21+ episodes this will carry over into 2020. Produced by CloverWorks. 6. Haikyuu!! To the Top S4 Haikyuu’s been a successful sports anime since release. And now it’s back to dominate with a 4th season. Produced by Production I.G. 7. Hatena☆Illusion Supernatural/Romance anime series. Produced by Children’s Playground Entertainment! 8. Heya Camp△ Heya Camp is the new “Yuru Camp” anime by C-Station. Released 2020. 9. Infinite Dendrogram Infinite Dendrogram is adapted from a Light Novel, and produced by NAZ. It’s a fantasy game series with VRMMO. 10. ID:INVADED ID: Invaded is about a story of a detective in a sci-fi world.
  25. 1. A Certain Scientific Railgun Season 3 It’s been 10 years since Railgun season 2. Now we’ll have something deeper to look forward to in Academy city. 2. Runway de Waratte This is an upcoming Shoujo anime, released in January 2020. Produced by Ezo’la. 3. Quintessential Quintuplets Season 2 Quintessential Quintuplets did well in 2019, and it’s back for another season in 2020 to fill in the blanks. 4. Oshi ga Budoukan Ittekuretara Shinu This is a comedy/music seinen series produced by 8-Bit. Originally adapted from a Manga series. 5. Dorohedoro Horror/Seinen series set for January 2020. Produced by MAPPA. 6. ARP Backstage Pass ARP Backstage Pass is produced by Dynamo Pictures. It’s a music anime series. 7. A3! Season Spring & Summer A3! Season Spring & Summer is produced by P.A Works. Another music anime. 8. 22/7 Produced by A-1 Pictures, 22/7 is an anime about idols who cross dimensions. Released in January 2020. 9. Ahiru no Sora Sports Shounen type of anime like Haikyu. Produced by Deomedea. 10. BanG Dream! 3rd Season BanG Dream! is back again with a 3rd Season. Produced by Sanzigen.

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