Top 10 Summer Anime
Here is the Top 10 Summer Anime, It’s that time of year again,⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ and today we’re counting down what I believe is my personal top 10 new anime from this summer season. When comparing this to my pre-season article, I’d say that the season provided us some significant shocks, proving that it’s never too late to count something out.
Top 10 Summer Anime
10: The detective is already dead ( Best Summer Anime )
I mentioned this show as a top contender for anime of the season in my pre-season video, and after reading some of the source materials since then, I stand by my words. That is, if we’re talking source material, because the adaptation is, to put it mildly, pedestrian. However, the show is definitely a contender in the race for the most polarising anime of the season due to some creative decisions.
That’s why it’s still on this list. I believe that as far as the production side of things is concerned, such as the art, sound direction, and all of that, the show is still amazing as expected, the mysteries are still fun to follow, and I still applaud the chemistry between our main detective duo, but there appears to be something when it comes to translating.
Overall, I enjoy this program, but the adaption might use some work, which is why the detective is already dead is only number ten on this list.
9: How a realist hero rebuilt the kingdom ( Best Summer Anime )
At first, I was interested in this title because of its unique perspective on the isekai genre. Instead of playing a great hero on an adventure, we have a protagonist who settles down to a quieter life as an economist.
because we’ve all grown accustomed to seeing an isikai realism hero do what he’s supposed to do, providing a more grounded take on the concept of reincarnation into another realm, and it does provide me with a new experience
It’s intriguing to witness isikai through the eyes of someone who prefers to use logic and economics to achieve success. The characters are also rather lovable, and I’d say they’re a large part of the experience, but it’s not without flaws.
I like some itsakai tropes, but I admit that others may not, such as the obligatory harem that seems to be in every show of the genre these days. I also think the world is fleshed out a lot better in the source material, but I just chalked that up to the standard compromises that must be made when a novel becomes an anime.
well i’d say there’s unfulfilled potential here i’m content with what i saw out of this anime sure it could be more and politics is a different beast altogether with its various layers and possibility for turmoil and conspiracies but this is a show that i have an overall positive outlook of
8: Tsukimichi: moonlit fantasy ( Best Summer Anime )
Number eight on the list is sukimichi moonlit fantasy now it’s time for the more traditional isakai well, kind of the thing is tsukimichi works like a more light-hearted parody of the genre that’s the way I see it anyway it’s an isakai that’s also a reverse isakai of sorts mainly due to the parents background it follows a lot of the tropes and storey beats that have characterised the genre it follows a lot of
The genre, however, plays with them tremendously in terms of twists and turns, and I believe that this is what makes it such a pleasant watch for the general public. Tsukimichi is the perfect addition to that ever-growing library of isakai parody, and I found the most satisfaction in witnessing how makoto and his hilarious buddies interact with the world in general. Tsukimichi is the season’s more laid-back isakai, which you might want to try if you’re searching for a way to pass the time and relax.
7: The Aquatope on white sand ( Best Summer Anime )
When I first saw the promo art for aqua top and white sand, several titles came to mind. There’s just a feel to it that any veteran fan would recognise right away, and having Pa Works at the helm only adds to that impression. What I didn’t expect was for aqua top and white sand to be as straightforward as it was, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
I’m always up for a slice of life, and the storey of a former idol rekindling her love for the simple pleasures of life is one that I enjoyed seeing. Also contributing to the fun was seeing Pa Works bring their A game with how they created the surroundings and general mood.
so alive and vivid People have compared it to a calm in the surf or blossoms for tomorrow, and I can see why. If you like the aforementioned series, you should give this one a shot; it’s not as dramatic as the studio’s flagship titles, but it’s nevertheless heartwarming in its own right.
6: Words Bubble Up Like Soda Pop ( Best Summer Anime )
Words bubble up like soda pop at number six, and now we have a surprise film on the list; I’m sure you didn’t see this one coming, did you? For a lot of you, the boy meets girl narrative of cherry and grin comes in at number six. Maybe something you’ve seen before: two people falling in love and becoming each other’s pillars of support as they grow up together. It’s not the most common anime film, but it still touches home.
When it comes to letting its charm shine and making you feel good, the tale unfolds similarly to previous films in the genre, but the production and chemistry between the characters truly get a chance to shine here. While the storey is rather conventional, it nevertheless held my interest.
As I followed the two characters on their quest for an old record, I was struck by how gorgeous the film is in terms of visuals and sound. It’s not quite Shinkai level, but it’s more than adequate for what you’d expect in a feature film. For those looking for some feel-good road maps to spend the weekend with, the entertaining film is available on Netflix.
5: Remake our life ( Best Summer Anime )
The notion of travelling back in time to well rebuild my life and pursue the passions that I once had drew my attention, as did the relatable backdrop of the gaming industry and the art style, plus the healthy sprinkling of fan service in the early episodes. My most recent experience with a similar principle is with re-life.
and I’d say that the remake on Life has a completely different tone and execution with a similar storey overall it really feels like a wish fulfilment storey with a super adept and skilled main character who is as they say overpowered but placed in a more realistic setting I personally still find it a delight to watch and the good points do click with me I definitely recommend you give it a try.
4: the Idaten deities know only peace ( Best Summer Anime )
What happens when the minds behind interspecies reviewers, the artist behind Dragon Maid, and studio mappa get together? Yes, it’s either that or deity’s no only peace. At first glance, the show appears to be the brainchild of the two creators, and you’d be accurate if you expected a good mix of the series linked with them. Although I haven’t given the series a formal pre-season welcome, I believe there isn’t much to unpack.
If you’re talking about the plot of Edith, god puts a stop to the demon era centuries ago, but the new generation is unaware of those accomplishments and battles, and it’s up to the last member of the old guard to prepare the new misfits for the impending battle against the resurrected demons. It’s basically supernatural shonen with a very colourful and quirky visual style thanks to the two authors involved, as well as some bawdy content, but what did you expect? After seeing a common thread among their great hits, it’s strange to see mapa work on a programme with this visual style, but they’ve done a fantastic job with it all things considered.
i find the show quirky and fun to watch and if you look closely enough there’s been some clever world building amidst the fighting and the fan service it might not be the show now for everyone but it’s something that i’d recommend to seasoned anime watches honestly
3: Sonny Boy ( Best Summer Anime )
I didn’t know what to make of Sony Boy before the season began, but overall it is a visual spectacle with a lot of thought and meaning put into it. I called Sony Boy an artsy show, and I believe that by this point you can tell the reputation of something like that, you know a show that is dialogue-driven with some insights and thoughts about humanity to go along with its drama along with a lot of thought and meaning put into it.
It also avoids most of the high-octane action that comes with the notion of being trapped in a dimension with superpowers. Yes, Sony Boy is a sluggish show that requires a lot of attention and thought on the part of the viewer. That’s not to say that it’s not for everyone, but it does have its niche, and if you happen to fall into that niche, I believe that this show can be a strong contender for anime of the season.
2: Fena: pirate princess ( Best Summer Anime )
The season but fenner pirate princess is quickly becoming the rising star of the summer 2021 season, surpassing all expectations as you can see. I know that the fact that I promoted it on this channel a few videos ago isn’t a reason for me placing it second on the list; the show is legitimately good in a lot of ways, and it pretty much blew away all expectations I had when I first started covering it at fi.
It does have some yonah of the dawn vibes, which I’m sure a lot of people have noticed, but I can also see some snow white with red hair, which I enjoyed as well. What I like about fenner is that I can tell right away that the show has been given the attention and care it deserves.
Even though it hasn’t had as many episodes as most of its seasonal peers, it is looking very promising in terms of visuals, detailing, and background music for an anime original by production ig this is looking very promising even though it hasn’t had as many episodes as most of its seasonal peers if you’re looking for an adventure storey with some themes of family and self-discovery
then our pirate princess is definitely worth the watch foreign
1: the case study of vanitas (my favourite actually) ( Best Summer Anime )
And here, my friends, at the top of the list is a show that did not disappoint. In my preseason video, I praised the show to the skies for its unique visual appeal, its enchanting music buys for yuki kajura aside, and its execution of the entire victorian europe setting. Those expectations were met, and I can confidently say that the case study of vanitas is a legit contender for anime of the year.
Whether I take into account my personal opinions or not, what begins as a mystery slowly unravels into a multi-layered storey about some striking themes, chief among them the idea of self-worth and guilt. It also helps that the characters each have their own complexities and intricacies; even characters who are portrayed as eccentric, naive, or goofy eventually reveal hidden depths.
In contrast to the detective is already dead that I mentioned before, I believe the vanitas anime still manages to capture the magic of the manga in its own way, which is why I have this as my number one new anime of the summer.