The Animes That Totally Rocked My 2015

I’m a huge fan of animes but so much of mangas just because I’d rather sit and read a good book than sit and read those (no offence). Without much ado,these are the animes that rocked for me last year,they may be old but I just saw them.

Witch Craft Works anime

Summer Wars
A young math genius solves a complex equation and inadvertently puts a virtual world’s artificial intelligence in a position to destroy Earth. “This cautionary sci-fi anime effort is as thematically complex as it is visually stunning.” someone wrote and was absolutely right!

One Punch Man

One Punch Man is a hysterical take on what happens when you’re strong… too strong .One Punch Man deserves all the hype. Seriously, it does, check it out.

Akame ga Kill!

This anime has a quite boring beginning (first couple of episodes), but as it unfolds the main-plot, it becomes one of the greatest fighting animes I have seen and it doesn’t drag out, but is focused on telling a story. The story that is told is great. It is not only the story, but how the story is conveyed that makes this anime so great.

Samurai Champloo

Samurai Champloo follows a young girl accompanied by two swordsmen she recruited on a quest to go from point A to point B, and all the zany adventures which occur in between. From the very first episode the viewer knows where the series is going with a pretty decent sense of how it’s going to end

Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic
In a strange faraway land lies the mysterious labyrinth called The Dungeon. A young boy, Aladdin, and his companion Alibaba, attempt to penetrate the secrets of The Dungeon and obtain the treasures rumored to be hidden there. Within The Dungeon, Aladdin meets many different people, and eventually discovers his destiny.

Ah My Buddha- Ah! My Buddha
Hatanaka Ikko, a 16 year old boy, is a first year trainee at the Saienji Buddhist Temple. He was sent there by his parents to be trained by his grandmother, the Saienji Priestess. At the temple he finds himself surrounded by beautiful female priestesses-in-training. Upon seeing a girl naked, Ikko has the ability to turn into a super-monk, performing massive exorcisms for the good of the temple.

Witch Craft
Witch Craft Works is a Fun Twist on Knight and Princess Tales- When I was growing up, everyone knew that boys get to be the knights and girls the princesses. But Witch Craft Works has a lot of fun turning this idea on its head.
As an anime series, Witch Craft Works is a fantasy/fairy tale story built around an inversion of gender roles. Takamiya is a normal high school boy who happens to sit next to Kagari, the most beautiful and popular girl in school—though it’s not like they are friends as he has never even so much as had a conversation with her. One day Takamiya is suddenly attacked by a witch and thus discovers that Kagari is a powerful witch as well—and one whose sole mission is to protect him.

Seraph of the End
Based on what I’ve seen from the first season of Seraph of the End: Battle in Nagoya , I’d say that this is a must-watch –Are you sick of vampires? Yuichiro is too, but he has a more compelling reason than market over-saturation. In the near future, a terrible virus wipes out all of adult (and teen) humanity, leaving Yu and his friends at the orphanage at the mercy of their new vampiric overlords. Far from taking in the orphaned humans, vampires see this as their opportunity to start their very own human herd in their secret underground cities, bringing the children there in order to feed on them.

Death Note
Death Note is here to tell the story of warring factions. The characters, for all of their complications, are more widely sketched than might otherwise be found – the villains, the heroes, the normal guys. The focus of the story isn’t really on how they got to those roles.
The focus is on the action.

Beserk
The story focuses on Guts, a traveling mercenary who’s seemingly not afraid to die, and will take on nearly any task asked of him as long as It involves fighting. His backstory is rife with a troubled childhood, dark, mysterious demons haunting him, and utter dread.

Durarara
What do you call an anime that has a ton of characters that all get to play as the main character, fantastical elements in an otherwise normal looking situation, psychological problems, gang wars, and a headless woman riding a bike? You get possibly one of the most awesome anime series you’ll ever see in your entire life, that’s what!

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