Top 9 Upcoming Anime In 2023 That Fan Can't Wait !

Top 9 Upcoming Anime In 2023 That Fan Can't Wait ! 

Could 2023 surpass the anime year before it? One Piece's gigantic Wano arc's ongoing adventures, the spectacular conclusion of Mob Psycho 100, and the triumphant return of Bleach were all seen this year. New originals like Chainsaw Man owned, Blue Lock scored, and Spy x Family enchanted. How on earth could you top that?
Friends, a lot of time-tested favorites are returning this year. That's accurate. We're looking at the much anticipated comebacks of Tokyo Revengers, Vinland Saga, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, and Demon Slayer. Suppose that wasn't thrilling enough. As the Pokémon franchise approaches its 26th year, we'll witness a genuinely surprising new turn. Soon, more on that. Prepare yourselves, then, to never look away from your TV, people. 2023 is expected to be another spectacular year for anime, for this reason.

So Let's Start With :

1.Attack On Titan (Final Part)

Recall how Twitter erupted following Attack on Titan's startling series ending last year? Guess what, though? That wasn't the end. Prepare yourselves for Attack on Titan: The Final Season — Part 3, which author Hajime Isayama adamantly claims will actually be the series' final episode. The creators of the terrible fantasy monster series, MAPPA, have revealed that Part Three will be split into two parts, with the episodes airing in 2023. So perhaps prepare yourself for more insane Attack on Titan antics throughout the year. Beginning on March 4, Attack on Titan: The Final Season — Part Three will have its Japanese premiere. Soon after, Crunchyroll will probably begin simulcasting the episode.

2.Boruto : Arc Of Sasuke Story

Although anime fans initially anticipated that Boruto would be a cherished Naruto sequel, the world of ninjas has much more to offer than Naruto's unimpressive kid. One of the most well-known anime characters of all time returns as an adult to take part in a unique mission—going undercover in a prison full of criminals—in the Sasuke's Story arc, which is getting its first official anime adaptation this year. Together with his wife Sakura, Naruto searches for a treatment for his unexpected, enigmatic illness.

3.Demon Slayer : S3

The last three years have seen Demon Slayer rule the anime world. The animated series is still continuing strong and shows no signs of quitting, despite the manga series it is based on having ended. In Japan, the movie Demon Slayer: Mugen Train broke all previous box office records. Massive ratings were also attained for the second season, which featured one of the best storylines in the demon-slaying series. The first episode of Demon Slayer's third season, "Swordsmith Village Arc," will follow Tanjiro as he makes an effort to atone for destroying the blade that a master swordsmith gave to him. In April 2023, Demon Slayer Season Three will premiere on Crunchyroll.

4.Bleu Look 

Last month, Blue Lock followed a fictionalized version of the Japanese soccer team just in time for the 2022 World Cup. Japan has launched a brand-new development program called "Blue Lock" to prepare young aspirants vying to become the team's next star player. The Blue Lock program has one catch: people who fail it are not allowed to represent Japan in any manner.

5.Jujutsu Kaisen : S2

Readers of Jujutsu Kaisen are aware that the series, which started off strong when it launched in March 2018, has now grown to be quite a complex tale with numerous moving elements. Jujutsu Kaisen's anime, which follows high school student Yuji Itadori after he is cursed by a demon, also did extremely well. And a second season is scheduled to premiere this year. Gege Akutami, the author, teased, "I will be extremely glad if you accompany me for up to one more year." The second season of Jujutsu Kaisen will begin in July 2023, and like the first, it will likely be simulcast on Crunchyroll.

6.Pokemon (2023)

Everyone's favorite Pokémon trainer, Ash Ketchum, is retiring after 26 years. The boy is prepared to hand the baton to the next group of young explorers after he and his partner Pikachu finally won the World Championships at the celebration end of the most recent season this December. But first, 11 commemorative special episodes of Ash's legendary Pokémon career will bid Ash farewell in 2023. The new protagonists, Liko and Roy, are prepared to embark on a brand-new adventure within the Pokémon universe, which is a big (and risky!) move for one of the most well-known children's franchises of all time.

7.Junji Ito Maniac 

This year marks the debut of an animated Netflix series based on 20 of the terrifying short stories by horror author Junji Ito. The scary and grotesque illustrator who has gained a cult following for his work personally chose the pieces in conjunction with the streaming service.

8.Trigun Stampede

Stampede aims to uphold the traditions of its predecessor while also bringing the series forward in the wake of the success of Trigun, an anime about a wanted gunman that first aired back in 1998. With its vibrant 3D animation, the sequel also draws inspiration from Cowboy Bebop and Ghost in the Shell.

9.Vinland Saga : S2

No Viking story has ever been as good as Vinland Saga, a massive, decade-spanning manga penned by Makoto Yukimura. Say what you will about Vikings: Valhalla or The Northman. The series is slated to return this year and will follow Thorfinn, a vanquished warrior's son who now works for the mercenaries that killed his father. The same company that created popular anime series like Jujustsu Kaisen, Attack on Titan, and Chainsaw Man also produces Vinland Saga.
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