During the last years, Netflix decided to join the trend of animated productionsfor which he began to create his own content linked to the world of anime, as well as opted to include the latest releases or even those classics of the genre in his wide billboard.
If you are one of those who enjoy those productions that marked your childhood, or those who are starting in the world of anime, in TimeX We share which are those iconic productions that you cannot stop watching or reliving on the platform from the streaming giant.
Among these, “Naruto” stands out, an anime that perhaps accompanied and marked the childhood of many. The animated production follows the life of an orphaned ninja named Naruto Uzumaki.
“Hajime no Ippo” was incorporated into the streaming platform during the first days of January and is already among the Top 10 on Netflix. This anime corresponds to the sports genre, since its protagonist, Ippo Makunouchi, works as a boxer.
Sport in which he started after having received a brutal beating at the hands of his schoolmates, an event witnessed by a famous boxer named Mamoru Takamura, who after helping him decides to take him to the gym where he trains.
These are the anime classics you can find on Netflix
Below we share a list with the names of the latest anime releases that you can find on Netflix, as well as the classics of the genre.
- naruto shippuden
- Hajime no Ippo
- Death Note
- JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure
- one punch man
- one piece
- Blue Period
- Kuroko no basket
- Super Bampones
- sailor Moon
- cowboy bebop
- Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai
- Blue Period
- Saiki K.
- The Promised Neverland