Welcome to our belated list of the Top Anime of 2018, which we had the pleasure to watch. Before we’ll get to the list, be sure to check out the description below where we have listed all the Anime you guys recommended to us. Over 50 different Anime have been announced by our audience as the best Anime they have seen in 2018. There you’ll find everything, from great Anime which everyone should know about by now like … Made in Abyss, Fullmetal Alchemist, My Hero Academia, Attack on Titan … …to Anime we personally didn’t know until now like… Hisone to Maso-tan, Inuyashiki, Planet of the beastking, Cells at work … Everyone will find something to their liking. So if you weren’t sure what to watch next, just take a look at the list, maybe you’ll find something that will appeal to you. A huge shoutout to all the people that commented their personal favorites and took a big part in creating this diverse list and now have fun with our list of the best Anime of 2018 😀 Hello and welcome to our favourite Anime of 2018 At least they are watched in 2018 by us. which we like… Three Anime for each of us. They don’t have to be released 2018 Too often I had to listen to people calling this Anime bad and saying how they didn’t like it. But now I will change that, by taking it into my Top List of the Year! People probably had too much hope after all, when it was said, that the studio from Naruto will be producing this Anime. And since many people didn’t like the drawn-out ending of Naruto Shippuuden, which I don’t agree with, they were being sceptical about this Anime. Black Clover is a typical Shounen and tells the story of Astra and his way of becoming the king of magicians, but still it feels so… fresh. Somehow new… That’s all it takes to describe this Anime, since it complies with all the stereotypes of a Shounen, but if you are able to ignore all the screaming of the main character, Astra, and just give yourself over to the funny characters, who have an awesome connection, you will enjoy this beautiful Anime. Black Clover, on my Top List, free to watch at the Simulcast on Crunchyroll. Ajin, semi-human – half human – are a species, with the gift of immortality and the mysterious ability to create a shadow of oneself, which they can control. Sadly, those Ajin aren’t welcome in the society, as they are being associated with war, destruction and death. If an Ajin is captured by the government, it will be horribly tortured during experiments. This CGI-generated Anime might not be for everyone at the first look, but if once hooked to the story, you can’t resist it. Season 1 and 2 are both on Netflix. As you can tell last year I was aiming at the big Anime. At the beginning this one was actually more likely to stay on the Watch-Later-List than to be watched, but after a huge hype developed from it, I too started to watch it and after that I wasn’t able to stop. In a world where most people are born with so-called “specialties”, there’s nothing special about superheroes and super villains anymore. To actually be something special in this world, you don’t need any powers, just like our main character Izuku Midoriya. One day his wish comes true and after he meets All Might he gains his own mysterious superpowers. It has been a long time since I’ve seen such a nice main character like Midoriya, who is able to remain serious and knows how to fulfill his role as a hero in both ways: literally like in the Anime as well as for the audience. All 3 seasons of My Hero Academia are available against payment on Anime on Demand. This Anime was presented to me on vacation last october. The friend I was with said to me: “hey, let’s look at this one, it’s supposed to be a Western Sci-Fi Anime.” ok. No sooner said than done and I must admit, this one quite surprised me. From funny scenes with our protagonist (the humanoid typhoon, the man with a bounty of 60 billion dollars), I have to laugh every time I say his name, I don’t know why, maybe because the anime are joking on that, too. who always attracts a lot of attention and causes horrendous trouble, to a bit more serious topics and thrilling stories. This aged diamond can be seen on Netflix. Normally it’s not my genre, but this one was definetly an Anime I enjoyed watching. Cheers. Besides Avatar, I have rewatched Noragami last year, which I also wanna include in the list. And yes, it was my first time seeing Avatar, because my childhood eventually consisted of Naruto! The guy with the sports suit named Yato, who used to be a god of war in his past, is about to fall into oblivion and therefore only follows one goal: to build his own shrine. For that he takes every job he can get, no matter how dirty and he only expects 5 Yen, which is a lucky coin in the japanese culture. However since Yato exists far longer than twenty years, he has to struggle with a lot of problems of the past. The few characters in this Anime are well-written and experience a quite astonishing development throughout the two published seasons. I especially favor the speed that the Anime provides and which other big Shounen Anime should learn from. Therefore Noragami manages to work off 2 Arcs per season, one per 12 episodes. Over all the feeling of this Anime is just marvelous. The dark and mysterious mood fits not only perfectly to the story, but also to my taste. You can watch Noragami season 1 and 2 at Watchbox, whereas Netflix currently only provides season 1. Can you relate to that? You have all the superpowers someone could possibly have but you don’t show them in public because you would rather live a normal life? Well, I surely can relate to that! But don’t tell anyone. And coincidentally our protagonist Saiki seems to be like that as well. Forget Saitama, Son Goku and the guys in tights from Marvel. Saiki is an all-round wonder when it comes to superpowers, he can do anything from the repertoire of superpowers. Manipulating time and space, teleportation and telekinesis, reading other people’s mind and telepathy, being able to fly around, being invisible, heath vision, and the list goes on. He uses those powers to live as normal as possible. The second season of Saiki kusuo no psi nan follows directly from the first season and can convince with short 5-minute sketches. Anyone who wants to know more about this series can take a look at our video about the first season or just simply watches the first season himself. Both series are on Netflix! These were our personal favorites of 2018, I hope that you have found something, you can catch up to.