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Top 10 Shocking Anime of 2018

Most anime choose to take the safe and simple route to success. They choose characters, storylines, and art styles that don’t rock the boat, but have stood the test of time and won’t scare any potential audience members away. But sometimes, an anime takes the more difficult path and goes out of its way to bamboozle its viewers with something they’ve never seen before.

Today, we’re going to explore ten shows from the past year that shocked the anime community in one way or another. Whether the stunts worked in their favor or they ended up crashing and burning into a pile of terrible MAL ratings, these shows certainly made an impression on us. Let’s check out the Top 10 Shocking Anime of 2018!

Top 10 Best Anime Endings of 2018

When we follow an anime all the way through to the end, we want the last few episodes to have an impact. Rather than just petering out or leaving important details for a sequel that may never come, the best shows leave viewers with a resolution that satisfies them on a deep, emotional level.

Today, we’re taking a look at ten anime from the past year that really pulled out all of the stops for their endings. These finales were so impactful that they stayed on our minds long after their runtime was over. Let’s check out the Top 10 Best Anime Endings of 2018!

Most Shocking Anime Moments of 2018

Anime is full of twists and turns, always surprising us with a new revelation or character reveal. And since 2018 was such a fantastic year for anime, it’s no surprise that it had more than its fair share of scenes that shook us to our very core.

Today, we’re going to look back on the top 5 most shocking moments from 2018 anime. These are incidents that we never expected to happen, and some of them changed everything we thought we knew about the entire show. Let’s examine these insane moments together!

Top 10 Misunderstandings in Anime

It’s impossible to truly tell what’s going on in someone else’s mind. No matter how well you think you know someone, you’re bound to misunderstand them at some point. And just like reality, anime has its fair share of misunderstandings between characters. But while your slip-ups in real life may just cause a small argument or a missed appointment, improper communication in anime has been known to destroy friendships, ruin complex political strategies, and even bring about the end of the world.

Adapting Old Manga for the Present Day

Stories can be timeless, but unfortunately, the worlds in which they take place are not. Technology moves forward, clothing styles change, and culture shifts over the years. So, when adapting a manga from decades ago, studios need to think carefully about what they need to change to make it appeal to its new modern audience.

Today, we’ll be taking a look at several anime adaptations of manga from the ‘70s through the ‘90s. What was updated for modern times? What stayed the same? And how successful was it overall? Join us as we investigate how to adapt old manga for the present day!

The Music of Devilman: Crybaby (Mary Lee Loves Devilman: Part 8)

The music style of an anime can be one of the most important factors in how enjoyable, impactful, and memorable a show is for its viewers. We all remember Cowboy Bebop and Hellsing’s use of jazz, how JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure integrated classic rock into every aspect of its world, and Initial D’s hilarious obsession with eurobeat that essentially turned the entire show into a meme. Expertly crafted soundtracks like the Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood OST are wonderful, but it’s even more impressive when bold music choices like these (which wouldn’t have been anyone’s first thought when scoring these shows) pay off in spectacular ways.