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These 7 upcoming anime will turn the internet upside down

Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar Jun30,2024

As the first season ofKaiju No. 8 has just ended, Hitek had to take action. cidé to take stock of the Japanese animation series that we are most impatiently awaiting.

These 7 upcoming anime are going to turn the internet upside down

#1 The One Piece (Netflix)

While fans fromOne Piecepassionately follow the events of the Egghead arc, Netflix intends to do so. continue to capitalize on the work of Eiichiro Oda after the triumph of his live-action series, whose cast for season 2 was recently announced. revealed. In the process, the platform announced a reboot of the animated series:The One Piece. One of the main reasons that makes us wait for this series is of course the fact that it was released in 2018. entrusted to Wit Studio, one of the flagship studios of contemporary Japanese animation, with series such as Attack on Titan (seasons 1 to 3),  Vinland Saga (season 1) and Spy x Family. Considering thatThe One Piecewas produced at On the occasion of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the anime (the first episode of which was released on October 20, 1999),we can expect a release for the end of 2024

#2 Dragon Ball Daima (Toei Animation)

Despite the tragic death of Akira Toriyama last March, let's not forget that the year 2024 is an important year for his fans, since it is the fortieth anniversary of the manga  Dragon Ball. For the occasion, we will be able to discover in fall 2024 the new anime of the license, Dragon Ball Daima, the latest work on which worked on the legendary mangaka. Transformed into children by Shenron, Son Goku and his friends will encounter new and old enemies. In addition to being a real return to basics (symbolized by the return of Son Goku's magic staff),the animation seems very well made, with a beautiful mix of 2D and CGI. We can't wait! In the meantime, the message in which Toriyama presented the project is enough to move fans…

#3 Lazarus (MAPPA)

The MAPPA studio ( Attack on TitanChainsaw ManJujutsu Kaisen) has teased; last year one of its most promising anime: Lazarus. This isthe latest animated series from Shin'ichirō Watanabe(Cowboy Bebop,Samurai Champloo) , co-produced by Adult Swim (Rick & Morty), with action scenes choreographed by Chad Stahelski (John Wick). The series immerses us in 2052, in a society where violence has disappeared thanks to a cure designed by a brilliant scientist.But one day, the scientist announces that everyone who has ingested the drug the cure will die within three years.Five special agents set out to investigate. his search to thwart his evil plans.Lazarusis well on its way to being one of the most exciting anime from one of the geniuses of Japanese animation!

#4 Sakamoto Days (TMS ENTERTAINMENT)

One of the new stars of Weekly Shōnen Jump, Sakamoto Daystells us the adventures of the former legendary assassin Taro Sakamoto, forced to return to service. TMS Entertainment studio was tasked with adapting the manga into an anime. There is no doubt that the series should be a huge success, with its breathtaking action scenes and crazy humor. Release scheduled for January 2025!

#5 Dandadan (Science Saru/Netflix)

< p>For several years now, manga and anime talking about occult forces have been on the rise (Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba,Jujutsu Kaisen, Chainsaw Man). Good news, since DANDADAN, which mixes with both stories of ghosts and aliens, arrives in anime from October 2024.The manga, written and drawn by Yukinobu Tatsu – assistant on Chainsaw Man and Hell's Paradise – is a perfect mix of action, humor and comedy. The trailers published by Crunchyroll and Netflix suggest a high-flying animation. We are terribly impatient!

#6 Ranma 1/2

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Cult anime par excellence, which enjoyed the glory days of Club Dorothée alongside Dragon BallKen the Survivor and Knights of the ZodiacRanma 1/2 will be the subject of a new anime adaptation, as has been the case before. té announced earlier in the week. More information will be shared throughout July, including which animation studio will be responsible for the project. of this remake. We can't wait, especially since the latest adaptation of Urusei Yatsura by David Production Inc. was very well made. And then who is against returning to the delirious universe of Rumiko Takahashi? 

#7 Berserk: The Black Swordsman

If fans of Berserk< /em> have so far not had much luck from the point of view of Japanese animation,the Eclypse studio, founded in by fans of the work of Kentaro Miura, could well change the situation withBerserk: The Black Swordsman. Of course, the series is not official, but it will fill a big void in our hearts, gaping since the death of the legendary mangaka.

Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

Natasha Kumar has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Times Hub, Natasha Kumar worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my 1-800-268-7116

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