When comparing the shonen juggernauts One Piece and Fairy Tail in their portrayal of female characters, which series did them better justice?
In the world of anime, many fantastical modes of transportation would be a pleasure to ride.
Waifus are the ideal life partner in the imagination of anime fans, and some of them are downright legendary as the best of all time.
The KonoSuba spin-off is finally getting an anime adaptation, and the explosive prequel promises to show what Megumin was up to before meeting Kazuma.
Some notable seinen anime avoid cliché happily-ever-afters and live up to the no rainbows and butterflies reputation.
Ravenclaws are known for their clever, resourceful ways, putting their intellect ahead of strength to solve problems.
Some anime villains are hundreds or thousands of years old, giving many of them a huge advantage in both planning their evil schemes and in battle.
Anime sidekicks are such a staple that many of the best characters aren't even human. Robots, spirits, and even gods can make for amazing friends.
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.
There's an anime out there for everyone and plenty of anime's best shows are perfect for kids and the whole family to sit back and enjoy.
Many powerful anime characters could easily fit into the world of Avatar: The Last Airbender. They feel more natural in Avatar than their own series.
Whether audiences feel disappointed by their poor development or because of their questionable actions, these shonen leads sparked widespread debate.
Shoto Todoroki has endured many hardships, but this talented boy also has plenty to be thankful for in his life.
There is a lot of potential with anime prequels, but they can also rob the main series of its mystique or make it more confusing.
Awesome villains are vital for any anime series, but having too many of them can be a real headache.
While Rick and Morty are skilled at problem-solving, they might be in a real pickle if they visit the worlds of anime and characters like Goku.
The worlds of anime & K-Pop have collided giving fans some pretty amazing anime openings.
The slice-of-life genre has been a staple in the anime community, but fans have grown tired of some of the most overused tropes.
Shonen is by far the most popular anime genre and there are many titles that seem overrated. Some of them are worth watching despite their reputation.
Many characters use fire in anime, which means they would translate well into the Pokémon universe and could make formidable Fire-Type Gym Leaders.
Isekai heroes always need to look their best, and these isekai protagonists all have practical, stylish outfits anyone would want to cosplay.
Who ever said anime couldn't be a family affair? Here are 10 series that you can watch together with your closest family and friends!