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Top 10 Anime Series with the Best Animation [2024]

Shows like Demon Slayer and Jujutsu Kaisen continue to garner broad praise, yet not merely owing to their rich plots and unique characters, but because of their excellent quality of animations too. This shows that the most crucial thing in pushing an anime series to its pinnacle is animation excellence and eye-catching visuals. Though many anime have very good animation, not many can be said to be really good through achieving the right mix of good story, character progress and impressive images.

In this blogpost, we go through 10 of the best anime ranging around wide variety and animation styles. Their styles may be different but they all strive for good animation that take the world of anime to another level.

10. Your Lie in April

Starting off the list with one of the most beautiful anime ever made. A-1 Studios clearly managed to capture the beauty of Your Lie in April in their anime adaption. From the landscapes to the musical instruments, the accuracy was almost perfect to the smallest details. This is a big deal as producing a musical sequence is a very difficult task especially with accurate notes. This, mixed with the overall beauty of the anime, ensures that Your Lie in April is a part of this list.

9. Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works

Even though the idea of Unlimited Blade Works looks like the usual battle among contenders for the holy grail prize, it is different from other series in the universe of Fate/Stay Night because of its excellent animation. In Unlimited Blade Works, the animation indicate extravagance and at the same time expose the smallest details of the world including natural environment, structures and characters’ bodies.

The action is well-coordinated with quick movement and excellent camera angles. The conflicts between the master and servants are well-choreographed as well as detailed. Characters move naturally, with features such as water reflections, intricate hair movements, and 3D opponents adding to the animation that has made Ufotable studio popular.

8. Cowboy Bebop

Cowboy Bebop is such a classic in ‘90s anime that is hardly rivaled in by any other from the time in terms of visuals. The show’s plot revolves around Spike Spiegel who is inscrutable and other mercenaries with whom he operates. As far as Bebop is concerned, even though mankind has traveled deep into the universe, the planets depicted are full of an omnipresent ruin signified by crime as well as disorder.

Although Cowboy Bebop possess many qualities for which it has been critically acclaimed, its animation remains its strongest point that many people agree on. Ranging from thrilling fight scenes to heart-stirring space ship fights, each Bebop frame showcases the artistic talents of the makers. Nevertheless, the real strength of the show lies on character design and animation- all cast members have been given unique harmony in representing each one differently.Every member of Bebop’s diverse group possess extraordinary depth along with their ability to express themselves through their facial features as well asvoice.

7. Attack on Titan

Attack on Titan offers a survival narrative in anime history and has excellent characters, infectious music and distinctively impressive animation. For newbies who are just beginning to explore this field, they have a chance to know how much they can do with this medium when it comes to storytelling through Anime. For sure, the artistry within this is just amazing which indicates how far ahead we have gone as far as animations are concerned.

One of the show’s most remarkable attributes is the exhilarating action scenes that feature three-dimensional maneuver gear. They are quickly becoming the symbol of its unique animation style. Therefore, through this equipment, troops use air instead of land for their missions, breaking away from conventional forms of warfare to enter into more electrifying heights above the ground. Moreover, individuals are depicted precisely and distinctively using different widths of black lines. This gives them a patent visual stand out from each other.

6. Frieren: Beyond Journey's End

Being different from anime shows of its time, Frieren: Beyond Journey’s End is a unique gem in the world of anime. It employs faint hues and little action which remind one of soft pages of an old storybook – not the bright ones that pulsate with life as in case of those around.

The palette is muted in Frieren, summoning a feeling of agelessness that is the same with a fantasy novel being read numerous times. The series has kept up interesting action scenes; however; it prefers to be quiet about the finer details of existence instead. This particular artistic decision marries an ongoing theme of Frieren– a tale on traveling rather than always being concerned about where one will eventually end up.

5. Oshi No Ko

Oshi no Ko is an unexpectedly dark anime touching on the theme of show business. It perfectly illustrates the anime’s theme of exposing the underbelly of the idol and television industry by showing such scenes as black clouds with disheveled lines representing a character getting more and more frightened.

A truly beautiful and bright animation that highlights all the glitz and glamor of being on a stage or behind a camera, surrounds all of this. Animation is very crucial in showcasing outward and reality in Oshi no Ko. Many of the most tragic moments in the anime happen behind the guise of success and this is elegantly captured by the animation while visually showcasing every story beat.

4. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba

Demon Slayer has some of the best animated fight scenes in any show—that is complemented by an enthralling story. In animation, it surpasses the usual standard of anime as it is known by the anime community. Demon Slayer makes use of Computer Generated Imagery (CGI) so well that it gives an impression of watching a 3D anime film. Survival under harsh conditions in natural environments characterized by snow and mountains forms much of the background.

Combat scenes in Demon Slayer, like the ones involving the striking Nichirin swords that are shown with exquisite details of spraying water from them, depict a smartly done animation. The animation gives an inventive adaptation to the battles with screen division and it uses character motion to show how different individuals engage in physical combat throughout the series.

3. Cyberpunk Edgerunners

You should watch practically every anime series made by Studio Trigger just because of their fantastic animation. The way they draw makes no sense at all outside animation world but when you see their anime works, it’s all like… oh my gosh! Their most recent anime Cyberpunk:Edgerunners continues in identical spirit. It portrays Night City and its people as debauched through bright colors with lively movements in between.

The individual characters are designed in such a manner that they are memorable, with this standing out even in a world as bright and lively as Night City. It is safe to say that Cyberpunk: Edgerunners is among the well-crafted anime shows produced by Studio Trigger.

2. Jujutsu Kaisen

Jujutsu Kaisen is revered as MAPPA’s flagship show, everybody knows that. Why is this so? It is because its animation is not only fluid but also captivatingly amazing. Not only does Cursed Energy appear real here in animation form – it always feels pretty good too! And how about Satoru Gojo’s eyes—they are always represented in the most outstanding manner possible by the numerous skilled individuals assigned the task of animating them.

JJK has some amazing fight scenes. What causes them to stand out? Figthing can take place anywhere: in a cottage, city district or even in a narrow toilet. Each punch looks big and easy to read. This is why whenever you start watching anime reels created by this studio, everything around you fails to exist anymore because all your attention is drawn into those hand-drawn series without any possibility of looking back. Wait for some time – when will they launch the following season?

1. Violet Evergarden

Based on a light novel, Violet Evergarden is both appealing visually and emotionally satisfying to its audience. The plot of the series is based on the life of a soldier named Violet in a world resembling post-World War I Europe. Violet attempts to reintegrate into society by writing down what others tell her in their letters. It is characterized by emotional depth as well as compelling storyline. The fictional universe where the story is based enjoys picturesque sceneries endowed with natural beauty and characterised by European aesthetics.

Mind-bogglingly clever cityscape scenes and starry night vision make the city of Leiden a fantastical wonder. Among running themes in the series are flowers which give an emotional hint to what is happening in each episode. There is a lot of intricate detail in the environment, objects and camera angles in every shot. The visuals used in Violet Evergarden are of unmatched quality for which critics have a very high respect for it.

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