Attention fans! There’s still a lot more that’s coming in the anime world. Here is a quick guide to the most anticipated anime of 2023.
With the ever-expanding selection of original series on various streaming platforms offering exclusive content to viewers worldwide, there is no doubt that among that cluster of genres, anime always stands out the most with loyal fans around the globe who watch the series religiously to get a hold of the drama and action-packed plotlines, which you could stream nonstop for the entire day and still have more excellent television to burn through.
If you are one of those who don’t want to risk missing out on more good stuff or flitting through the menu only to be disappointed. We’ve made it easier for you to find some of the most highly anticipated anime that will be available to stream in 2023 that you’ll enjoy binge-watching if you haven’t been able to catch up yet!
Attack on Titan: The Final Season – Part Three
The series will debut in a few weeks, on Saturday, March 4, 2023, and begin its massive Japanese broadcast, where it will likely be simulcast on Crunchyroll soon after. This part will be split into two halves; the first half of Attack on Titan: The Final Season, Part 3: The Final Arc, is scheduled to air on NHK General on March 4 at 12:25 AM Japan time, meaning at 7:25 AM PST, 10:25 AM EST, and 3:25 PM BST. The second part is scheduled for sometime in 2023 and will be disclosed later. The fourth season will be split into three parts and takes place four years after Eren and his compatriots learned the truth about their situation. The third part of Attack on Titan’s final season is expected to show the conclusion of the conflict between Marley and Paradis. The Dawn of Humanity shed some light on Eren and Mikasa’s relationship, which is anticipated to be resolved by the series’ conclusion.
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – Season Three
The third season, Kimetsu no Yaiba: Swordsmith Village Arc, is now confirmed to be premiering in April 2023! The exact release date has not been disclosed yet. But, it has been revealed that the third season’s story will revolve around the Swordsmith Village arc, which is the manga’s ninth arc. In terms of plot, we know that Season 3 will begin immediately following the final battle between the Demon Slayer Corps and Upper Moon 6 Gyutaro and Daki. As a result, the next episode of the anime will cover chapters 100 through 127 of Koyoharu Gotouge’s manga, which serves as the basis for the TV series. In the manga, the Swordsmith Village arc follows immediately after the Entertainment District arc, which was covered in Demon Slayer Season 2.
Record of Ragnarok II
Humanity may be down, but their fight for survival is far from over. For the pivotal next round, a truly evil human emerges to face the next mighty god. The first part began streaming on January 26, 2023, only on Netflix, and the second part will premiere later this year. This anime, based on the popular manga serialized in Monthly Comic Zenon and which has sold over 14 million copies, enters its second phase! The original hit manga has won numerous manga awards, including the Kono Manga ga Sugoi! 2019 for male readers, the Nationwide Bookstore Employees’ Recommended Comics of 2019, and the 2nd Manga Shimbun Prize!
Bringing this intense world to the screen is Graphinica, the animation studio behind “Juni Taisen: Zodiac War” and “Hello World,” who have depicted many fierce 3D CGI battles in anime such as “Blade of the Immortal,” “Promare” and “Girls und Panzer.” The 13 one-on-one battles between representatives of gods and humans across the entire world for the survival of humanity begin once more! Blood flows and fists fly in these intense battles of strong convictions!
Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2
Jujutsu Kaisen is returning with new episodes this summer, July 2023, after conquering the world with its first season and prequel film. The exact release date has not been disclosed yet. The first season of Jujutsu Kaisen ended with the Death Painting Arc, which covers chapters 55 – 64 in the manga. Assuming that the anime follows the source material chronologically, expect to see Gojo’s Past Arc next in season two, which covers chapters 65 – 79. Hence, Season 2 will pick up where the first season left off, delving deeper into Satoru Gojo and Suguru Geto’s past, which was hinted at during the events of Jujutsu Kaisen 0. By the way, that’s only the first major arc of the new season; the anime has also promised that we’ll get to see the highly anticipated Shibuya Incident arc in full swing.
Make My Day
Make My Day begins streaming on February 2, only on Netflix. The snowy, ice-covered planet Coldfoot is home to a precious energy-rich ore called “Sig.” On the surface, the planet seems to be a crime-free utopia, but in reality, prisoners are used for back-breaking Sig mining. Jim, a young prison guard, rushes to the site of a sudden mining accident to find a mysterious creature attacking the humans. Yasuo Ohtagaki, the acclaimed manga author known for his sci-fi spectacles “Moonlight Mile” and “Mobile Suit Gundam Thunderbolt,” has created an original story for a must-see sci-fi epic that brings together talent both from Japan and abroad.
Shoji Kawamori, known for designing well-known mechs including those in the “Macross” series, and Kiyotaka Oshiyama, designer of the demons in “Devilman Crybaby,” lend their talents to the mech designs. Makoto Honda, who has served as CGI director for works such as the short film “A Farewell to Arms” in the anthology “Short Peace,” will craft this epic sci-fi action series along with his CG animation production company Studio 5. Also be sure to listen to the music by Kensuke Ushio, who composed the soundtrack for “Devilman Crybaby” and “The Heike Story.”
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