If you can remember the mouth-watering food from Studio Ghibli's Spirited Away, you probably already know the importance of food in anime.
Reviewed as a more family-oriented anime series (which doesn't have overly graphic visuals and excessive fan service), Eden is an aesthetically pleasing
Humans are on the verge of extinction, hiding behind huge walls trying to escape from giant humanoid creatures called titans.
An intelligent and cynical high school student suddenly finds himself in possession of a magical notebook that can kill anyone whose name is written in it.
Death Note is number one on our list for several reasons. Firstly, it has been voted by Japanese fans as the number one anime series of all time.
If you've heard of manga and anime, you've probably heard of Naruto. It ranks third on the bestseller manga list in history, having sold over 235 million copies in over 35 countries.