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Sep 24, 2020

Any Anime recommendations?

Hello! I'm looking for new anime(2020) to watch that are available on amazon prime.So far I watched or started watching Kimetsu no Yaiba, Rezero, yahari or no rabu comedy. Any suggestions?

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Striffy

Striffy

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  • JapanRamen

    on Sep 24

    Kimetsu is probably the best on Prime, but I would also recommend the following: Yakusoku no Neverland - don't want to spoil anything. You'd have no regrets watching this Kaguyasama Love is War - OMG so good, so many laughs, and the animation level and the voice acting are through the roof Smile on the Runway - LOVE this manga, good when you want something more real-life and heartwarming Kingdom - not my fav art style but great story with great pacing Dr. Stone - I also prefer the art of the manga over the anime, but still great nonetheless Just went through the 32 pages and those are my personal recommendations. I've also heard very good things about the following, in no particular order: - Ascendance of a Bookworm - Danjon ni Deai o Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darō ka - The Quintessential Quintuplets (I like the manga) - Boku dake ga inai machi - My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! I hope you would like some of the suggestions from this list!

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  • genkidesu

    on Sep 24

    I don't personally watch a ton of anime, but this list might be helpful: https://jw-webmagazine.com/anime-on-netflix/ It was literally just updated yesterday so the content should be pretty current!

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  • Striffy

    on Sep 24

    Thanks for the link! Unfortunately I don't have netflix and I was more looking for personal recommendations than lists of other websites.

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  • genkidesu

    on Sep 25

    @Striffy oops, that's my fault, clearly my brain missed a beat when you said Amazon Prime. Good luck with the recommendations, I'm sure someone will deliver the goods in that regard.

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  • Striffy

    on Sep 27

    @JapanRamen Thanks! I've watched kaguya sama as the real live action movie not too long ago so maybe I'll try this at a later point. I'm gonna give Smile on the Runway, Kingdom and Dr. Stone a try. They sound interesting!

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  • JapanRamen

    on Sep 28

    @Striffy once you watch the anime, you will never want to lay eyes on the live action version again lol. The animation level is super high too!

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  • Sanrio

    on Oct 3

    I second The Promised Neverland! Just finished watching it. It's short and easy to digest. Very satisfying!!

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  • Striffy

    on Oct 4

    @JapanRamen I'm sure it's good quality! I've been recommended it from several people it's just that I already know the plot so it won't be as interesting. But at some point I'll try it out!

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  • JapanRamen

    on Oct 5

    @Striffy Ah, that's another thing. The live action movie gave the story an "ending" that is far off from the anime's, so the good thing is that you have yet to be spoiled of how the plot ends lol. But yea, that was still a long list so take your time lol.

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  • JapanRamen

    on Nov 7

    Just wanted to add a couple of suggestions that I missed last time - 呪術廻戦 Jujutsu Kaisen - an intensive action anime with high quality animation - Boku no Hero Academia - not as well animed nowadays but still a fun anime to watch, especially the first season Hope you liked the anime from the list before!

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  • JapanRamen

    on Feb 17

    Hi Striffy. I just learned that Magical Circle Guruguru is on Prime Video. That is no doubt one of my favourite series ever, and the 2017 anime remake is an absolute masterpiece. The pacing is quite fast, but it is full of jokes and heartwarming moments. Hope you will give it a try!

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