Do you want to watch some good anime? Fans from all across the world have ranked the top anime shows of all time. With so many new anime series emerging each year, the best anime list will only become longer. These are the best anime so far, in any order!

"Tokyo Revengers"

Polygon said Takemichi, a part-timer, is miraculously transported 12 years back in time when he was a 14-year-old cry baby delinquent when he gets hit by a train. Takemichi is determined to not only carve out a better route for himself, but also to use this opportunity to avoid the death of his middle school girlfriend, Hina, at the hands of the Tokyo Manji Gang.

Takemichi journeys between the past and the present throughout the gritty and twist-filled series, only to realize that each new disaster he avoids in the past leads to another tragedy in the future. While the show's time travel mystery is intriguing, it's the show's riveting character development that makes Tokyo Revengers a must-see.

Takemichi becomes closely involved with Tokyo Manji in the past in order to affect the future, building intricate connections with its members, including the childlike yet violent leader Mikey and the mature-beyond-his-years Draken. Tokyo Revengers is swiftly establishing itself as one of the best current shonen series, with a perfect balance of high-octane action and emotional character drama. —SG

Crunchyroll and HBO Max are both streaming Tokyo Revengers.

"Jujutsu Kaisen"

"Jujutsu Kaisen" will feel quite similar to anyone who has watched any shonen anime, Thrillist said. Its teenage outcast protagonist Yuuji Itadori (and his immature silver-haired, blindfolded mentor Satoru Gojo) are reminiscent of Naruto; the thin veil between mankind and demons and the unseen conflict between them, are reminiscent of Yu Yu Hakusho. Its funny supporting cast, stunning combat, and can-do attitude are part of its battle anime categorization.

The magic of "Jujutsu Kaisen" rests in its knowing embracing of genre cliches and then deftly subverting them, lulling the viewer into thinking they know what the program is up to before veering dramatically off-course. From the way its supporting cast of characters express themselves and their feelings to how it gives common tropes fun little twists—even explaining your ability to your opponent has meaning—it plays with the familiar elements of battle shonen and sometimes feels like it's in dialogue with the history of that broad genre.

It's also one of the few shonen where women are given as much depth and power as men, as evidenced by this season's outstanding episode, which delves into the characters' psychology through wonderfully choreographed brawls. "Jujutsu Kaisen" isn't trying to reinvent the wheel, and it more often than not lives up to its title, which literally translates to "Sorcerer Fight." It's still all about massive fights and supernatural horror, but it's a deft reimagining of a tried-and-true formula that keeps delivering week after week.

Crunchyroll and HBO Max have "Jujutsu Kaisen."

"Odd Taxi"

Polygon said the "Odd Taxi" is indeed odd. Odokawa, a 40-something cab driver who also happens to be a walrus in a world populated by anthropomorphic animals, may or may not be implicated in the disappearance of a young girl in this slice-of-life mystery drama.

Despite how bleak the premise may appear, the anime as a whole is a masterful blend of black comedy and irreverent banter; a series whose focus rotates through a cast of eccentric, offbeat, and above all achingly human characters whose lives intersect with Odokawa's in search of their heart's desire, whether it be a semblance of true love or simply trying to go viral on social media. Odd Taxi is a series that you should definitely watch, and it's a solid contender for the year's most creative and overlooked anime. —TE

Crunchyroll has "Odd Taxi" accessible for streaming.

"Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation"

"Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation" is returning to end its first anime season after making its debut earlier this year, Comic Book said. This series is a bit of an odd duck since you have to overcome a significant obstacle right away when you're introduced to an Isekai protagonist who isn't as clean cut as the more fantasy-laden characters that would follow in the years after the original light book series' debut. However, given that Studio Bind was founded expressly for this adaptation, the first half's success is understandable.

Fans may watch "Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation" on Hulu, Netflix, and Crunchyroll.

"Dr. Stone: Stone Age"

Game Rant said "Dr. Stone" is an intriguing premise in which humanity is struck by a mysterious event that petrifies all of the world's inhabitants, with just a select few waking up after more than 3,700 years. The people of the Old World strive to restore humanity to a new Stone Age, with the inhabitants of the New World attempting to restore the age of Science. Senku Ishigami, a mad genius whose mind compensates for his lack of brawn, is at the heart of this technological renaissance. This shonen program incorporates a decent dose of science without becoming tedious, and the anime also gets up in the second half after a slow start.

Fans may watch "Dr. Stone: Stone Age" on Crunchyroll.

[Representational image] People walk past images of game and manga characters in the Akihabara district in Tokyo on July 19, 2019. - The devastating apparent arson attack on a well-respected Japanese animation firm Kyoto Animation in Kyoto on July 18 which killed at least 33 people has left anime fans and industry insiders alike "heartbroken", with many likening the fire to a "terrorist attack." BEHROUZ MEHRI/AFP via Getty Images

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