5 Best animes on NETFLIX
Best Anime on Netflix! Even Netflix is condeming people, transforming them into otaku (this is beautiful!). Yes, best anime on Netflix! And curiosity already on the face, Netflix has financed some animes, participating in the co-production of various Japanese works! For these and others, the company has become a religion, and do not give me this condeming it for the bet in the film Death Note of 2017 (which was a failure), because only by the dissemination and presence in this culture Otakística already gains our respect (wide of mimimi).
Kimi no na wa (your name)
I will never forget this phrase: "If you are on Netflix is good"… I've heard that somewhere, really. I stopped to think better and I totally agreed. This anime is the leader of the biggest box office in Japanese cinemas, going to Studio Ghibli movies (Ah, has several films from this studio on Netflix, is the hint). Everything in this anime is good, soundtrack, animation, characters and plot. But above all, the characters have compelling motivations (no one notices this, but it is this small detail that separates good anime from the bad).
Little Witch Academy
You think I'm joking? Don't judge a book by its cover. This is one of the best anime ever produced until today. Outside the rich history of the anime, behind the production there is another story. I mean all the way this work has traveled since 2013. Thanks to the Mirai anime project, which finances young animators, the studio Triguer can show the potential of the anime. This shared effort with the aforementioned studio proves that hard work gives fruit! His newest series (2017) is on Netflix as well as films produced in mid-2013.
You had to have Mushishi, right? Very philosophical Anime, and even being fictitious we can bear the elements to reality. So we can understand a little better the elements that surround us, understand our place. The plot revolves around the Mushishi, who study the Mushi, unique beings in contact with the essence of life in its most basic and pure form. People find and take mushi as some kind of disease. Whether by the lack of knowledge and understanding of people, there are the Mushishi.
I love you, Netfilix!!! Fuck, forget the Death Note movie (2017) and we'll love each other! Netflix is proving once again that you know what you're doing. This anime is almost at the level of Kimi no Na wa, everything is beautiful, and once again, the characters have compelling motivation. Detail, this anime and several others are already dubbed (this is accessibility). See dubbed if you want something more casual, more family. I'm sure we prefer subtitles, but the voice of Netflix is dignified.
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
When I learned that FMA: Brotherhood would be part of the catalog I almost cried! Bro, I love this anime. Did I mention I love Netflix, too? She's been pamming too much, it's surprising general (I don't even know what Death Note movie is anymore). I've watched this anime three times, one in mid-2014 (subtitled), another in 2015 (dubbed) and now on Netflix (subtitled). This anime is a work of art, besides being cool, proves that a good story needs well-built characters, with motivation in history. If a character came marching I'd go after him! Even if you're going to up!
Bonus: Netflix Mandatory animes
To not obscure the other anime, I decided to list the anime to follow only as a mention, making this post indeed a recommendation. They are the types of anime that everyone should attend, some of them being the most classic, who have defined concepts followed to this day. This list is proof that Netflix is not joking.
- Ghost In The Shell
- Puella Magi Madoka Magica
- Fate/Stay Night
- Devilman (remake)
- Death Note
- Samurai X
Sure, best anime on Netflix!
Netflix is actually investing deep in animes. The best anime in Netiflix are proof of that. Still for this year (2018) Netflix will include 30 more anime in its catalog, it is reputed to include only works that still owns an audience. If any work does not have a positive return is removed from the catalogue without pity. That is, if it is including more anime it shows that it has public (a bunch of otaku). The Otakus are invading Netflix… We're still going to dominate the world, wait!
If you're on Netflix, I know it's good!