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Top 10 Best Upcoming Anime in 2024

By Akanksha - April 19, 2024 08:16 PM

Fans were treated to some amazing shows like Solo Leveling during the most recent Fall anime season, which has left them excited for what Spring 2024 has in store. Although it was sad to say goodbye to Solo Leveling's first season, there will be a lot of excitement in the future anime lineup. With beloved series returning and eagerly awaited adaptations like Kaiju No. 8, Spring 2024 promises to offer an eclectic mix of gripping tales. Here's a list of the most anticipated anime of Spring 2024 in case you're wondering what the new season has in store:

Top 10 Best Upcoming Anime in 2024

  1. A Condition Called Love (April 4)

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    A Condition Called Love is set to win people over once more in the spring of 2023, after the popularity of romantic anime such as My Happy Marriage. This manga series, which is an adaptation of Megumi Morino's work, is around Hotaru Hinase, a dedicated friend and family member who struggles with the intricacies of love. Her life takes a surprising turn when she meets the endearing Hananoi.

  2. The Misfit of Demon King Academy Season 2 Part 2 (April 12)

    The Misfit of Demon King Academy Season 2 Part 2

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    The Misfit of Demon King Academy Season 2 Part 2 premiered on April 12, 2024, with fresh episodes scheduled to be shown every week for the duration of the season. These will carry on into April and May before coming to an end in late June. Naturally, the 13th episode of this series will begin, with the previous 12 episodes already accessible for binge-watching.

  3. That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 3 (April 5)

    That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 3

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    In the much-loved return of the Isekai series, Rimuru Tempest struggles to deal with the responsibilities of his elevated status and power. A dramatic continuation of Rimuru's quest awaits viewers as allies are put to the test and foes lurk in the shadows. Season 3 of That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime, which made its hilarious comeback on April 5, 2024, has enthralled the anime community. A follow-up to the first anime, which aired from July 2021 to September 2021, this one is produced by 8bit Studios.

  4. Mushoku Tensei - Jobless Reincarnation Season 2 Part 2 (April 7)

    Mushoku Tensei Jobless Reincarnation Season 2 Part 2

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    Mushoku Tensei began as a light novel series by Rifujin na Magonote and made a smooth transition to animation. Its status as an Isekai was cemented during the first season, which ran from Winter to Fall 2021. An OVA in 2022 expanded on the plot. Beginning on April 7, 2024, Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation Season 2 Part 2 will run for 25 episodes total, including a special episode, before ending in June of the same year.

  5. Black Butler - Public School Arc (April 13)

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    The eagerly awaited release date and trailer for Black Butler: Public School Arc has finally been released. Readers who have enjoyed Yana Toboso's dark fantasy series should anticipate Ciel Phantomhive's adventure in Victorian-era London being continued. A crucial image and a trailer for the upcoming season of Black Butler were first shown to fans during the 2023 Anime Expo.

  6. Kaiju No. 8 (April 13)

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    Now that the spring 2024 anime season is here, the much-awaited Kaiju No. 8 adaption is about to launch. This is all the information you need to see the series, which is based on Naoya Matsumoto's well-known Shonen Jump manga. In Kaiju No. 8, we follow Kafka Hibino, a worker at a cleaning service that specialises in tidying up after Kaiju fights. His life drastically changes as he transforms into a hybrid monster with abilities that might allow him to realize his goal of taking on Kaijus.

  7. My Hero Academia Season 7 (May 4)

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    'My Hero Academia's' seventh season is expected to premiere in May. It has been disclosed that Season 7 will have twenty-five action-packed episodes, in keeping with the show's history. 'My Hero Academia' captivates viewers worldwide with each new season, according to an article in Dexerto, thanks to its compelling storyline, colourful array of characters, and thrilling action sequences. My Hero Academia's seventh season is expected to have viewers on the edge of their seats as Deku and his allies take on formidable foes with darker themes and jaw-dropping confrontations.

  8. Demon Slayer Hashira Training Arc (May 12)

    Demon Slayer Hashira Training Arc

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    Thanks to the popularity of the Swordsmith Village storyline, Demon Slayer still has the attention of viewers everywhere. Fans are excited to see what happens to Tanjiro and his companions as the Hashira Training storyline draws near. This is a thorough preview of what to anticipate in Season 4 of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba.

  9. Konosuba Season 3 (April 10)

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    This spring of 2024, God's Blessing on This Wonderful World! will return to theatres. The popular anime is based on the same-titled light book series by Kurone Mishima and Natsume Akatsuki. An overview of what to anticipate from KonoSuba Season 3 can be found in Crunchyroll's summary. "The dysfunctional party is back, but Kazuma is over it, so they might not have a member for long. He wants to become a monk but Aqua, Megumin, and Darkness call him bull since he is disillusioned with adventure. But the conflict over careers is put on wait when a princess asks to hear all of their stories.

  10. Code Geass: Roze of the Recapture (May 10)

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    On May 10, June 7, July 5, and August 2, Code Geass: Roze of the Recapture will be released in theatres across Japan in four parts. In late June, it will also be available for streaming on Disney+ globally, consisting of 12 episodes. On Thursday, April 11, the official website for the four-part anime series Code Geass: Roze f the Recapture, formerly known as Code Geass: Z of the Recapture, or Dakkan no Zetto, unveiled the first key image and the identities of fourteen additional cast members.

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Akanksha Sinha

I'm Akanksha Sinha, an expert in writing sports blogs, news, and various articles for entertainment and more. I bring a unique flair to my work, providing insightful perspectives on the world of sports.

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