Nothing else could really stand at the top of this list than the king of all comedy anime. The largest sliver of Gintama’s parodies is dedicated to mocking shounen anime, addressing various tropes and characters that it not only outright references but also incorporates into some amazing action-packed stories of its own. 2)KonoSuba
The series follows Kazuma Satō, a boy who is sent to a fantasy world with MMORPG elements following his death, where he forms a dysfunctional party with a goddess, an archwizard, and a crusader.
3)Cromartie High School
Hoodlums and gangs within anime often get a bad rap. Within a society that often values compromise, intelligence, and hard work beyond anything else, those with a more aggressive demeanor or even those who can’t conform to the society’s high standard of performance are often segregated to sects of their own, even in high school
4)Ouran High School Host Club
Ouran High School Host Club is one of the most famous, shoujo anime out there, often acting as a nostalgic favorite and introduction to romance anime for a lot of fans. This is incredibly interesting considering that the series itself is a wide parody of all the eccentric tropes known among the shoujo genre.
Shonen Jump isn’t exactly known for creating slice of life/romance series. Luckily, the publication doesn’t always have to when comedy and shounen tropes are some of their best angles.
1)Grave of the fireflies
Grave of the Fireflies is one of the most heartbreaking movies you’ll ever see. Set in the final days of World War II, the film tells the story of a boy named Seita and his younger sister Setsuko, whose lives have been devastated by the cruel and brutal war that’s left them without their parents and their home.
2)Your Lie in April
Piano prodigy Kōsei Arima dominates various music competitions and becomes famous among child musicians, but also controversial. When his mother Saki dies suddenly, he has a mental breakdown while performing at a piano recital which resulted in him…
Violet Evergarden is a profound and moving anime but there are some moments that will definitely make you reach for the tissues. Most people cite this anime as one of the few that left them destroyed by the end.
Plastic Memories is one of those shows that gives you a bracing dose of reality and the fact that nothing lasts forever. The entire premise of the show is about the creation of androids that are almost impossible to discern from real human beings.
Elfen Lied takes place in Kamakura and Kanagawa, and focuses on the “Diclonius”, a newly mutated species. Their appearance is similar to humans, but with several differences, namely horn-like
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