The Best Anime of 2022 (So Far)

The year of 2021 was quite disappointing for anime fans. There were only a fair few that had an exciting aura to them – and the others? Meh, if we’re being honest. 

However, the scenario has changed quite massively this year. It’s been only four months, and we have already had two bangers in Demon Slayer and Attack On Titan. 

Aside from these, there were several underrated and underappreciated ones that caught our eyes too. Let’s keep reading to gain more information regarding the same. 

But, before we begin, here’s a friendly reminder for you. 

The anime we’re going to mention can be found on The Pirate Bay for free. There’s no need to opt for Funimation or any other subscribable channel. 

Sounds impressive, no? 

Great. So, let’s focus on our titular concern and find out about the best anime of 2022 that has been released so far. 

Top Must-Watch Anime Of 2022 

In this section, we’ll be listing down five anime that you need to watch this year, considering you haven’t seen them yet. Let’s begin, then! 

Kimetsu No Yaiba – Entertainment District Arc. 

Since the first season, Demon Slayer has been a huge fan favorite for two reasons. Firstly, the god-tier animation made by Ufotable was well-received by both critics and fans alike. 

Secondly, the art of characterization of the series is impeccable. We promise – you would cry even after seeing the death of a villain character, namely demons. 

Following the Mugen Train Arc., Ufotable released the second season of Demon Slayer by sharing the story of the Entertainment District Arc. 

And, let us tell you something right off the bat – the animation is eye-catching. Ufotable has definitely upped their game again. 

The storyline was excellent as well. We mean, it had everything that we look for in a shonen anime – immersive emotion, tickling fun, and, obviously, ferocious fights. 

If you haven’t seen the series yet, make sure to check it out today. It’s only 11-episode long! 

Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure – Season 5

After enjoying a slight, well-deserved break, Jojo is here again with another exciting season. In this installment, we will experience the story of Jolyne Kujo, the daughter of Jotaro. 

The first 12-episode session of the same has already been released on Netflix. The next 12-ep segment will come around during the season of Autumn. 

This season was pretty exciting, if we’re being honest. The animation was on-point, and the storyline checked out pretty well, too. 

So, let’s see what happens next! 

World’s End Harem 

Ah yes, something for the “men of culture” here!

World’s End Harem is, indeed, a harem anime (happy days, no?), with a delicious twist of dark fantasy. The story follows Reito Mizuhara, a young researcher, who wakes up in 2040 with almost 99.9% male population already dead. 

Now, he has to find a way to cure the disease with a life-saving treatment procedure. But he isn’t alone. There are – not one or two – but three beautiful girls waiting for him to offer their assistance – and that’s where the fun begins! 

From one “man of culture” to another, don’t miss out on this one – not even by a breath. 

Attack On Titan – The Final Season (Part 2)

A modern classic, Attack On Titan, is coming to an end – and trust us, you don’t want to miss out on it. Finally, now, we’re going to see what Eren’s been planning to do since the last part of the season – and, spoiler alert, it’s pretty villainy. 

The season has been up and running since the month of January, and it’s still going strong. If you are an anime-only fan of AoT, make sure to check out this one today! 

Sasaki And Miyano 

Sasaki and Miyano is an anime adaptation of a popular manga that goes by the same name. Yep, you’ve guessed it right. It is, indeed, a yaoi series that builds entirely on pure romance. 

It tells the story of Miyano, a shy boy who’s afraid of letting people in his life. However, his classmate, Sasaki, breaks down the barrier and ends up stealing his heart. 

But would they fare well together? You’ll have to watch the anime to know the answer to it! 

The Bottom Line

So, how many of the aforesaid anime have you seen as of yet? 

Did you like them all? 

Don’t forget to let us know all about it in the comment section below. 


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