Curious to watch some anime from 2010? Here is the complete list of the best 2010 anime shows.
Anime in the 2010s showed how shows can transport viewers to fascinating worlds, tug at their emotions with emotive stories, and dazzle the eyes with a feast of incredible combat scenes.
15 Best 2010 Anime To Watch Now
Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata’s Bakuman chronicles the hardships and tribulations of artist-writer team Moritaka Mashiro and Akito Takagi on their path to become world-famous mangakas.
Violet Evergarden (2018)
Violet Evergarden, a ghostwriter and Auto Memory Doll, starts on a journey to reintegrate into society after serving in the military.
Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day (2011)
The withdrawn Jinta Yadomi is presented right away in Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day.
Food Wars! – Shougeki no Soma (2015)
In Food Wars, scrumptious food is once again the star of the show.
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba (2019)
Demon Slayer is a film set in Taisho-era Japan about Tanjiro’s training as a demon slayer and his search for a cure for his sister, Nezuko.
Terror In Resonance (2014)
Terror in Resonance follows two boys, ages nine and twelve, who promise not to blow the bomb unless someone can solve their cryptic riddle.
Megalo Box (2018)
Megalo Box, which now includes exoskeletons to aid boxers, follows Joe as he competes in the Melgalonia tournament to win the global champion.
Carole & Tuesday (2019)
Tuesday Simmons, a renegade Mars dweller, meets Earthling refugee Carole Stanley in this sci-fi music story, and the two instantly bond over their shared love of music.
Best 2010 Anime
Steins; Gate (2011)
Hououin Kyouma, a self-proclaimed crazy scientist, inadvertently discovers a technique to send messages back in time in it.
Puella Magi Madoka Magica (2011)
When Madoka Kaname comes across a supernatural entity, it gives her a supernatural contract in exchange for giving her supernatural abilities to preserve the world from bizarre adversaries known as Witches.
One-Punch Man (2015-2019)
One-Punch Man did get a brief anime adaptation, and it’s been a fantastic journey to watch.
Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphan(2016-2018)
Iron-Blooded Orphans is set in the new Post Disaster Era and chronicles the exploits of childhood friends Mikazuki Augus and Orga Itsuka.
The anime follows Hinata Shoyo’s development as he grows enamored with volleyball.
The sad backstory of Emiya Kiritsugu was ultimately explored in the Fate/Zero light novel series.
So, these were our picks of the best 2010 anime shows. Tell us which one you will be watching this weekend.