Katekyo Hitman Reborn is a bit of an odd duck when it comes to big shounen anime of the 2000s. Many Japanese viewers remember it fondly and still follow its mangaka, Akira Amano, to this day. But since this mafia-themed action show never made its way to the West with an English dub, its international audience is limited. Not helping matters is Reborn’s bizarre pacing, which frontloads the series with lighthearted slice-of-life escapades rather than the exciting shounen battles and touching character moments that the series is best known for.
Today, we're here to present the best watch order for Katekyo Hitman Reborn. We skip irrelevant fluff and so-so filler to concentrate on what makes this underrated anime truly great—its unique take on shounen action from the point-of-view of a non-violent protagonist. Let’s jump right in with our dying will!