Best anime ever, Animes with heart pumping action, nail biting suspense, busty female characters and trigger-triggers, not to mention wonderfully psychotic villains? Yes please! You can find all of this and more in the action genre. Who doesn't love a good anime action? With their violence, thrilling fight scenes, demonic weapons, happy psychopaths, and unique stories, the animated series set us up for hours of fun. Here, in no particular order, 4 action sets are known to be the best the anime has to offer.
1. Fairy Tail
Fairy Tail is a fantasy series that packs a hell of a punch. With a plethora of fun characters and epic duels featuring all kinds of magic. Fairy Tail is a great series if you are looking for some good popcorn material! This long-form Shounen anime has been enjoyed by fans for years. Fairy Tail is the name of the anime as well as the Mages Guild to which Natsu Dragneel and Lucy Heartfilia belong among others. Watch them complete missions to help others and raise the rank of their former great guild! Friendship and honor are central themes in this funny and heartwarming action series.
The long running Naruto shounen series certainly deserves a spot on this list. After the many adventures and misadventures of Naruto, a donkey-headed ninja, and his ninja pals, viewers of this series are in for a fun viewing experience. Problem student Naruto has never been popular or talented as a ninja. That is, until he discovers the hidden power of the Nine-Tailed Fox sealed within him. Even though Naruto's physical strength is due to Fox, his real strength is his bright personality and his determination to be friends with everyone. Did he fulfill his dream of becoming the leader of the ninja fire village? And can he protect his friends from the myriad evils that threaten to destroy everything he has?
3. Samurai Champloo
It's time to make some good old school samurai with Samurai Champloo! When two very capable but diametrically opposed samurai cross paths, circumstances force them to embark on a quest together. Let's just say if you're looking for a series about the power of love and friendship, then this series probably isn't for you. Mugen, Jin, and Fuu are a bit of an unexpected team. Mugen and Jin cross swords the first time they meet. Fuu is the young waitress in a tea room with a mysterious request for the two violent vagabonds: find the samurai who smells like sunflowers. They will travel to Japan in search of this mysterious person, leaving many bodies in their wake.
4. Soul eater
No other series has been able to incorporate awesome characters, music, story, battles, and a cheerful premise like Halloween, as well as Soul Eater. Admit it, after watching this series, everyone was stuck in front of their couch, wishing they could use a scythe with the same precision and precision as Maka Albarn. Soul Eater helped define a genre of anime action; It's a classic that all anime fans should take the time to watch. The partners of the human weapon and the wearer here learn to synchronize and complete various missions for the God of Death. In order to transform weapon partners into Death Scythians worthy of being wielded by the God of Death himself, teams must hunt down 99 evil humans and one witch in that exact order for their souls. Will Maka and Soul succeed, or will they be defeated by their teammates or enemies?
5. Fullmetal Alchemist
Fullmetal Alchemist not only has tons of amazing action scenes, but also has fun and memorable characters, choppy scenes, and great music. This is a must watch anime series for anime fans. Set in a country where alchemy is considered a highly skilled profession, Fullmetal tells the story of two brothers who live every day paying back for their childhood mistake. They forgot the greatest rule of alchemy: equivalent exchange. As a result of their botched attempt to revive their dead mother, Ed lost an arm and a leg and Al lost his entire body. They hear that a mysterious stone named the Philosopher's Stone can solve all of their problems, and so begins their adventure in an attempt to restore what was lost.
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