While the season's most anticipated series are action-packed shonen titles, a few romance series manage to tug on the viewers' heartstrings.
Music has the power to bring people together, a power that is only amplified in anime and has been used to save the day many times.
Denki Kaminari often falls behind in Class 1-A, but if he must face villains in mortal combat, he'll prove himself as one of U.A.'s best fighters.
Like Princess Leia before her, Nezuko Kamado is a hero's sister who could have fallen to the dark side. But she's better than that.
Anime is known for exciting J-rock and J-pop credits music, but the show's lead voice actors will sometimes handle the singing themselves.
Signature moves are a staple for many anime characters. They're often used as a trump card, but some signature moves aren't very strong at all.
Dragon Ball serves as many a great introduction to the medium. These are the logical next choice for after you finish the series.
Even a bad anime can still deliver intense fights with beautiful animation and emotionally gripping music.
These anime characters have managed to master one of the most sophisticated instruments in the world, the piano.
Demon Slayer's Tengen Uzui & a bevy of other flashy anime characters remind viewers that flamboyancy is as natural as it is admirable.
From edgy shonen like Akame Ga Kill! to harem anime like Love Hina to the isekai Sword Art Online, these side characters outshine the protagonists.
Not all anime couples are destined to stay together. However, they don't always have to stay on bad terms following a break up, either.
In Zombie Land Saga Revenge Episode 7, Franchouchou gets a new member: a clumsy high school girl named Maimai who's unlike any of the other idols.
Anime has produced some of the most impressive female assassins in animation history.