While the season's most anticipated series are action-packed shonen titles, a few romance series manage to tug on the viewers' heartstrings.
From comedies to murder mysteries, some of the greatest anime feature animal protagonists who tackle all sorts of relatable situations.
What happens when two of anime's most famous characters clash? You get a fantastic TV special. Lupin III vs. Detective Conan is a mystery fan's dream.
Fans who enjoyed Demon Slayer's take on the Taisho period will love Meiji Tokyo Renka, an otome-adapted series set in Japan's Meiji era.
The violin is one of the most popular classical instruments, which might be why there are several anime characters who specialize in playing it.
The creativity in Japanese anime has allowed the medium to reach bold new heights, but some anime visuals leave a lot to be desired.
While it's expected that anime heroes should eventually overcome their villainous counterparts, some villains are just too powerful or clever.
Even a bad anime can still deliver intense fights with beautiful animation and emotionally gripping music.
Not all anime characters are overpowered shonen heroes, and some prove that powers aren't needed to be a hero by risking their lives anyway.
Demon Slayer's Tengen Uzui & a bevy of other flashy anime characters remind viewers that flamboyancy is as natural as it is admirable.