Learn More

The 10 Best Single-Season Anime With Satisfying Conclusions

Arrow

g a m i n g x n e w s . c o m

01

Cowboy Bebop

gamingxnews.com

This cult Sunrise anime is essentially a space-western, but with noir style hints and an existential character arc.

01

Death Note

gamingxnews.com

No list of single-season anime is complete without Death Note. A crime thriller with elements of fantasy, Death Note finds its protagonist in Light Yagami, a student determined to wage his own war against crime.

01

Banana Fish

gamingxnews.com

Based on the 1985 manga series of the same name, Banana Fish changes the setting of its source material to modern times.

01

Samurai Champloo

gamingxnews.com

After the success of Cowboy Bebop, Shinichiro Watanabe's next directorial effort was Samurai Champloo.

01

Beast Claw

gamingxnews.com

In a twist on the classic Beauty and the Beast formula, Beast Claw (Kaimonozume) deals with the forbidden romance between Yuka and Toshihiko.

01

Monster

gamingxnews.com

Monster is one of the most acclaimed manga of the 90s, which revolves around the surgeon Kenzo Tenma who discovers that one of his patients is a serial killer.

01

Neon Genesis Evangelion

gamingxnews.com

On the surface, Neon Genesis Evangelion might look like just another action-heavy mecha anime, but it's much more than that.

01

Blue Literature

gamingxnews.com

12 Episodes of Blue Literature aka Aoi Bungaku offers not only a taste of good psychological anime, but also a taste of classic Japanese literature.

01

Samurai 7

gamingxnews.com

Samurai 7 is a mecha anime that borrows its plot largely from Akira Kurosawa's groundbreaking samurai epic, Seven Samurai.

01

Ergo Proxy

gamingxnews.com

A cyberpunk series from 2006, Ergo Proxy mainly drew positive reviews for its visual style that combined both elements of 3D effects and 2D digital cel-based animation.