On December 15 of each year, the world otaku day, a date dedicated to fans of Japanese culture. And what better way to celebrate than by marathoning with these anime which according to the score they received in the IMDb online database, are enshrined as part of the best of all time. We tell you where to see them.
One Piece (Netflix)
The story takes place at the height of the Great Pirate Age, when the young Monkey D. Luffy wants to be King of the Pirates and possess the legendary One Piece treasure. Eiichiro Oda is responsible for the manga, while the Toei Animation studio took him to the animation.
Hunter x Hunter (Crunchyroll)
This anime centers on Gon Freecss, a 12-year-old boy who decides to become a hunter like his father, in order to find his whereabouts. The success of the series lies in the fact that the plot is not very predictable.
Cowboy Bebop (Netflix)
Netflix recently released an adaptation of this anime, which speaks to how successful it is. The series follows the futuristic adventures of a bounty hunter and his companions on the hunt for criminals.
Dragon Ball Super (Crunchyroll)
This saga begins in the year 778, after the defeat of Majin-Boo. It narrates the search, by the God of destruction Bills and his servant and mentor Whis, of the Super Saiyan God.
Death Note (Prime Video)
Death Note tells the story of Light Yagami, a high school student who finds a mysterious notebook that belongs to a god of death also called a shinigami. The power of this supernatural notebook allows to end the lives of others.
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (HBO Max)
Brothers Edward and Alphonse Elric continue to search for the Philosopher’s Stone in hopes of restoring their bodies, which were lost when they tried to use its abilities to resurrect their deceased mother.
Attack on Titan (Crunchyroll)
The anime is set in a world where humanity is forced to live in cities surrounded by three huge walls. The young Eren Jaeger, tired of conformism, dreams of the outside world.