Non-commercial, educational, or personal usage tilts the scales in favor of fair use.
Ranked: The Top 8 Richest Anime Characters of All Time
Fairy Tail, Mahouka Koukou no Rettouseei, Fate Series, The Seven Deadly Sins, and many more... Because the major purpose of this post is to introduce you to several Japanese Magic Anime TV Shows that are obscure, underappreciated, and neglected, as well as combined with other genres such as isekai, school, and romance. These are all very different shows, but they have one thing in common: magic.
The list is not limited to anime that were originally released in Japan only. There are also foreign adaptations that use some form of magic, even if they aren't called like that in their languages. For example, Merlin is a famous character in England and some of his stories include elements of magic. However, since we all know about Merlin only through American media, he has no place on this list.
This list contains 13 anime series and 1 movie. You can click on the links below to see detailed information about each entry.
Prepare to meet some of anime's most unstable brains!
8 Animes That Are Similar to "Nanatsu no Taizai" ('The Seven Deadly Sins')
Reverse harem anime is a specialized subgenre. Although harems have broken the paradigm and occasionally have the genders jumbled up without regard for whether it is a female or a guy, reverse harems are popular and have certain big successes that all fans are familiar with, such as Uta no Prince-Sama and Brother's Conflict.
Season 3 of Hakuoki has finished.
Whatever the cause, these are the top eight anime thieves.
Without a question, Funimation is one of the top legal anime streaming sites these days. It specializes on English-dubbed anime and has a massive anime archive that includes everything from the most iconic classics to the most recent releases. As a result, many of their favorite anime shows are now accessible in dubbed versions.
They offer several plans for how much you can pay per month for access to their service. But if you want to get the most out of your anime experience, we recommend the Gold Subscription plan. It's the most affordable option with some pretty decent perks included such as early access to some new episodes and exclusive discounts on merchandise sold by Funimation and its partners.
If you're looking for free anime, then The Anime Network (ANN) is one of the only places left where you can find original Japanese anime without paying anything. However, ANN does offer a limited selection of dubs. So if you want to see every episode of Your Name available in English, this is your site!
Another good option if you live in Japan is HIDIVE. It's a digital streaming service that offers thousands of episodes from different genres including anime. Unlike other sites, it doesn't have any subscription fees or ads in between videos. It's basically TV on demand meets online community.
In addition to these options, there are also illegal websites that stream anime content without permission from the creators.