the best anime series ranking

Sailor Moon

Like Dragon Ball Z, Sailor Moon was the introductory anime for many fans that hooked them for a lifetime.

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Dragon Ball Z

Dragon Ball Z was a gateway drug for many young anime fans, and for good reason.

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Ranma

Although its animation may be out of date by today's standards, both Dil and (most of) Ranma's hilarity hold up to this day.

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My Hero Academia

Superhero stories are a dime a dime a dozen, but My Hero Academia offers a unique twist on the familiar genre by focusing on Izuku Midoriya.

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Devilman Crybaby

Unlike most of Netflix's original programming, Devilman Crybaby features a concise and moving story spanning 10 episodes.

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 Baccano

In just 16 episodes, Baccano packs more story and intrigue than most anime are able to do with twice or even triple that amount.

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 Yu Yu Hakusho

We follow Yusuke Urameishi, a 14-year-old juvenile delinquent who is hit by a car and dies trying to save a child.

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Mob Psycho 100

Don't let the title fool you. Mob Psycho 100 is another fun romp from the original One-Punch Man creator One.

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