Good anime for beginners in otaku culture

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In this article we will indicate some anime for beginners in otaku culture, listing good works that are easy to watch, that don't have as many episodes and that please the majority of the audience.

Although the list below is more focused on beginners, it does contain some of the best anime already created until today, especially if you are a fan of action and adventure; so, if you already consume Japanese animations and have not seen any of the works below, they are very suitable.

COWBOY BEBOP

Cowboy Bebop is an anime classic. It takes place in the future, in the year 2071 and follows the adventures of a group of bounty hunters known as Cowboys, who travels the solar system in search of bandits.

The anime follows Spike, Jet, Edward, Ein and Valentine, who aboard the Bebop ship experience the most exciting adventures.

It mixes action, comedy, has great characters and also a good soundtrack, being a great option for beginners in the world of anime who want to know the oldest works.

Good anime for beginners in otaku culture

ONE PUNCH-MAN

One Punch-Man is one of the best anime today for those looking for uncompromised and fun entertainment. It is easy to watch, as it has a very simple history, making it a great option for beginners in the otaku culture. 

The story of One Punch-Man follows Saitama, a funny-looking man who is a Super hero as a hobby. He is extremely powerful and defeats his enemies with one punch, saving people from monsters without requiring any recognition in return. 

In addition to having good fights, One Punch-Man is also an anime with many funny moments and good characters. 

Good anime for beginners in otaku culture

BOKU NO HERO ACADEMY


Boku no Hero Academia is an action anime set in a world where 80% of the population has some kind of special ability known as individualities. In this context, we met Izuku Midoriya, a good-hearted boy who wants to become a hero, but he has no individuality, frustrated by knowing that his biggest dream is increasingly distant.

Izuku sees his life change completely when the greatest hero on Earth, All Might, who is no longer the same as his peak, passes his individuality, One For All, for seeing in him someone who in the future could become the new symbol of peace.

Embarking on a great journey, Izuku Midoriya conducts the most arduous training while meeting other young people who have the same dream as him and also deal with several villains.

Good anime for beginners in otaku culture

SHINGEKI NO KYOJIN

Another good anime for beginners that mixes action, drama, conspiracies and that has many interesting characters is Shingeki no Kyojin.

In it, people live confined within giant walls and, three children: Eren, Armin and Mikasa, see their homes being destroyed and the people they love being killed by titans; colossal creatures that feed on human flesh.

Already older, the three decide to join the Exploration Division, a group formed by experienced military personnel whose aim is to investigate the Titans outside the walls in search of answers.

Good anime for beginners in otaku culture

DEATH NOTE

In Death Note we follow the journey of Light Yagami, a young genius who finds a notebook called Death Note, which has the power to kill anyone who has his name written on it, and L, the greatest investigator on Earth.

With the death notebook in his hands, Light gradually becomes a vigilante known as Kira, and promises to kill all the bandits on Earth, gaining the sympathy of a good part of the population while being sought by justice.

To stop Kira, L begins his search for the vigilante and a dispute between two brilliant minds begins. 

Good anime for beginners in otaku culture

FULL METAL ALCHEMIST BROTHERHOOD

Full Metal Alchemist Brotherhood is one of the most popular anime in history and follows the journey of two brothers: Edward Elric and Alphonse Elric. 

One day, when they try to bring their mother back to life through human transmutation, they realize why this practice is prohibited, since Alphonse has his whole body destroyed, and Edward loses his left leg. To reverse the situation, he also sacrifices a right arm to trap Alphonse's soul in armor.

In search of recovering what they lost, the two brothers hone their skills and become state alchemists. They aim to unravel the mysteries of the Philosopher's Stone and, on their journey, discover some conspiracies plotted by the government itself.

Good anime for beginners in otaku culture

MAHO TSUKAI NO YOME

Despite being only 16 years old, Chise Hatori has been through more difficult things than most people will go through in her life. Without family and without hope, she sees a light at the end of the tunnel after meeting Elias Ainsworth, a mysterious wizard who offers her the chance to be his apprentice.

Taken to a magical world, Chise discovers that her destiny is more linked to that of Elias than just that of a master and apprentice and that her encounter with him can mean both her salvation and her destruction.

Maho Tsukai no Yome is an anime with romance, slice of life, supernatural and fantastic stories, adventure, and much more.

Good anime for beginners in otaku culture

DR. STONE

About 3700 years after a strange event has petrified all of humanity, young Taiji and his friend Senku manage to get rid of petrification.

 Senku is a genius who wants to rebuild civilization through science, however, for that, he will have to face people who do not want this to happen.

Dr. Stone is an anime set in a post-apocalyptic world. It deals with science, it is funny, it combines action, adventure and also some good fighting.

Good anime for beginners in otaku culture

KISEIJUU: I KNOW NO KAKURITSU

Shinichi Izumi is a 17 year old teenager who lives in Tokyo. He has a peaceful life but sees everything change when alien parasites invade Earth and begin to take control of human beings using them as hosts that lose consciousness.

One of these aliens tried to take Shinichi's body while he slept, but ended up with only the young man's right hand, making each one continue with his own conscience. 

Fearing this unexpected relationship, the other parasites begin to attack them frequently, causing them to have to fight constantly for survival.

Good anime for beginners in otaku culture

To end the article, we will leave some other tips for good anime that can be enjoyed by beginners and also by otakus already experienced. If you liked the tips, share with friends and leave your comment below talking about the first anime you watched.

  • Boku Dake ga Inai Machi
  • Sword Art Online
  • Tokyo Ghoul
  • Neon Genesis Evangelion
  • Samurai Champloo
  • Steins; Gate
  • Angel Beats
  • Code Geass
  • Trigun
  • Kuroko no Basket
  • Hunter X Hunter
  • Hellsing
  • Black Lagoon
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