Top Anime Picks on Funimation

Our List of Top Anime on FUNimation – “Just stereotypical screaming at each other”

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This week Void and Beej recap our favorite anime and anime that we keep meaning to get around to watching!  We realized we’ve never recapped all of our top anime picks before, so this was the week to do it since this episode is sponsored by FUNimation!

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1 Comment

  1. Keith Teklits

    Very interesting show. I haven’t really watched much anime since the late 90’s/early 00’s. I haven’t watched or even heard of most of your recommendations. I will have to give Your Name and Promised Neverland a look.

    I would seriously recommend Kino’s Journey for a watch. It’s a manga too, but I think you really might like it’s anthology format. It’s a short series and is easily one of favorites.

    The only other series that I still love as much (Bebop notwithstanding) is Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex. It’s a political thriller that is right up my alley.


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