8 Best Anime so far in 2022

7. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba: Entertainment District Arc

While it feels redundant and obvious to say this about an anime adaptation, the main attraction of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba is undoubtedly its animation, full of vibrancy and pulse-pounding emotion as its fight sequences unfold

6. Healer Girl

Healer Girl, an original that feels like a genuine rarity: a full-on musical anime, builds on the whimsical premise that songstresses who are known as healers can heal illnesses and injuries through the power of song. Other curious influences include Macross Plus and G Gundam.

5. Kaguya-sama: Love Is War –Ultra Romantic–

Even in its third season, Kaguya-sama: Love iI War's back-and-forth, will-they-won't-they, will-they-ever-just-admit-defeat routine is still hilarious.

4. SPY X FAMILY

Spy X Family assumes many faces in a very short amount of time in this highly anticipated anime adaptation.

3. My Dress-Up Darling

The joy of sharing your passions with someone else is unique and unmatched. Slice-of-life anime My Outfit Darling is centred on the discovery of that emotion as introverted freshman Wakana Gojo meets outgoing and popular girl Marin.

2. The Orbital Children

Marking the end of a 15-year absence from anime for the beloved director Matsuo Iso, his new work The Orbital Children (released as a film series in Japan, but as episodes internationally) reunites him with animation superstar Toshiyuki Inoue

1. Ranking of King

Like some of the most lasting fairytales, its storybook appearance disguises a hidden darkness to it, and once Ranking of Kings peels back that first layer, it only continues to reveal more and more.

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