Originally premiered during the very rough Summer 2020 anime season, Rent-A-Girlfriend has managed to make quite an impact despite all the initial complications from the ongoing COVID pandemic.
RWBY has been one of Rooster Teeth's longest-running animated originals, and though the franchise has played around with anime elements throughout its run, it finally made its official anime debut this summer.
It was one of those shows that you might have seen the first season of in early 2010. One that many had given up hope of seeing it in action again because of how little ground it was taking with fans at the time.
The Overlord franchise is making a big comeback, not only with this fourth season, but also working on a new feature film.
Made in the Abyss is back with its second season officially titled, The Golden City of the Scorching Sun. Rico wakes up as Reggae after the events of the Dawn of Deep Souls movie.
Can't talk about the returns without highlighting the biggest returns ever. You've probably noticed that a lot of classic anime franchises are returning with new projects.
It's not all back this summer, though, as a major adaptation is making its debut. From the same producer behind Dagashi Kashi, Call of the Night follows a boy named Yamori who is bored with daily life.
It's a huge summer for anime fans who never thought there would be a second season. Satan is a part timer! One of those relaxing series that has some big moments
The last comeback on this list is not least because is it wrong to try to pick up girls in a dungeon? Coming back for the fourth round.