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Top 10 Halloween Scenes in Anime [Updated]

Even though Halloween is primarily a British and American holiday, Japanese people have taken a liking to the fall festivities and spooky spectacles that they’ve been exposed to through foreign media. Of course, that means that the wonderful world of anime features its fair share of Halloween episodes! But hilariously, most of the ones that are set in Japan focus on how nobody seems to know exactly how Halloween is supposed to work. Today, we’re here to see how Japan interprets All Hallow’s Eve through ten of our favorite Halloween episodes in anime. Grab a bucket of treats and come with us!

5 Things JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Fans Want to See in a Stone Ocean Anime

Now that JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind has finished its magnificent 39-episode run, JoJo fans are looking forward to an adaptation of the franchise’s sixth part, Stone Ocean. It follows Jolyne Kujo, the rebellious daughter of Jotaro who lands herself in jail after a misunderstanding. Jotaro comes to rescue her but is attacked by a mysterious force that steals his Stand and memories, leaving him comatose. With the help of her new friends and recently acquired Stand Stone Free, Jolyne must find a way to save her estranged father and escape Green Dolphin Street Prison!

[Fujoshi Friday] What a Fujoshi Sees: JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 5: Ougon no Kaze (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind)

Frankly, it doesn’t take a dedicated fujoshi to see the gayness in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure. LGBT groups have loved the series for decades, and it has a smattering of canonically gay or bisexual characters already (namely Dio, Gelato & Sorbet, Squalo & Tiziano, Scarlet Valentine, and, arguably, Caesar). But Golden Wind stands head and shoulders above the rest when it comes to gay subtext, especially because most of it happens between the fabulously dressed main characters.

[Honey's Crush Wednesday] 5 Quitterie Raffaeli Highlights - Kanata no Astra (Astra: Lost in Space)

The “tsun” side of a tsundere can get annoying very quickly if not handled properly, so luckily, Quitterie’s standoffishness and rude attitude are toned way down after just a few episodes. She starts off as an aloof rich girl who complains about everything and “isn’t here to make friends”, but these are just defense mechanisms that developed from her neglectful upbringing. After a sobering scare where her younger sister Funicia almost dies on an alien planet, she opens up to the others and scales back her “tsun” traits to a manageable level.

Top 10 Graveyard Scenes in Anime [Updated]

Graveyards tend to be spooky, solemn places, which means that they’re perfect backdrops for impactful anime moments. Whether it’s an emotional visit to a lost loved one, an exploration of the mysterious way someone died, or even an ill-fated test of courage set up by mischievous teenagers, any scene set in a cemetery is bound to be memorable. To celebrate the Halloween season, we’ve compiled our 10 favorite graveyard scenes in anime. Feel free to come join us, but stay on the lookout for wayward spirits!