15 Highest IMDb Rated Anime
Photo Credit: OLM TEAM IGUCHI, BONES, White Fox

There are currently are thousands of anime series on different genres, starting with action/martial arts/horror and so and fans may feel overpowered and may not know where to start.

This is the reason that this anime list, which is made from the ratings gave by IMDb users, will end up being very helpful to fans.

15. Neon Genesis Evangelion (8.5)

Photo Credit: Gainax, Tatsunoko Productions

Evangelion anime is set fifteen years after an overall catac, especially in the modern invigorated city of Tokyo-3. The hero is Shinji, a teenager who was selected by his dad Gendo to the shadowy association Nerv to steer a goliath bio-machine mecha called an Evangelion into battle with creatures called “Blessed messengers”. The arrangement investigates the encounters and feelings of Evangelion pilots and individuals from Nerv as they attempt to keep Angels from causing more disturbances. Simultaneously, they are called upon to comprehend a definitive reasons for occasions and the intentions in human action. It recast the righteous innovator/father as an evil figure, and the energetic adolescent hero as a wavering self observer, a deconstruction of exemplary mecha anime tropes. The arrangement highlights prototype symbolism got from Shinto cosmology just as Jewish and Christian mysterious customs, including Midrashic stories, Kabbalah and Gnosticism. The psychoanalytic hypotheses of Freud and Jung likewise highlight conspicuously.

14. Rurouni Kenshin: Trust and Betrayal (8.6)

Photo Credit: Studio Deen

Rurouni Kenshin: Trust & Betrayal is the anime based on Nobuhiro Watsuki’s Rurouni Kenshin manga, produced by animation Studio Deen that debuted with its perfect 4 episodes on 1999. This series follows the story of Himura Kenshin during his role in the Meiji Restoration as an amazing assassin of the Imperialist reason, while additionally uncovering the birthplaces of his acclaimed cross-molded scar and investigating his relationship with his first spouse, Himura Tomoe. Kenshin’s first experiences with his lord, Hiko Seijūrō XIII, and his opponent/future partner, Saitō Hajime, are likewise portrayed.

13. Monster (8.6)

Photo Credit: Madhouse

Monster is a studio Madhouse production psychological/thriller anime that is focused around the life of Dr. Kenzo Tenma, who is compelled to settle on very troublesome decisions throughout his life. The anime is actually an unusual one that manages numerous mental issues and philosophical inquiries.

Well, psychosis, mental issues, and nihilism are talked about unreservedly, similar to the internal disturbances of the main characters and some of the anime’s side characters as well.

12. Code Geass (8.6)

Photo Credit: Surnise

Code Geass anime follows the narrative of Lelouch vi Britannia who is a banished Britannian prince, offspring of Emperor Charles zi Britannia and his royal accomplice Marianne vi Britannia.

READ MORE: 8 Most Loving Demons in Anime

He one day winds up in the responsibility for extraordinary power called the Geass. Through this power, he can coordinate people’s exercises for a short period of time. He by then expects the personality of the vigilante Zero who fights against the brutal and severe Empire of Britannia.

11. Naruto Shippuden (8.6)

Photo Credit: Studio Pierrot

Naruto: Shippuden is an anime arrangement adjusted from Part II of Masashi Kishimoto’s manga arrangement, with precisely 500 scenes. It is set over two years after Part I in the Naruto universe, following the ninja youngster Naruto Uzumaki and his partners.

Set two and a half years later, the hero Naruto gets back from his training with Jiraiya. The Akatsuki begins seizing the hosts of the amazing Tailed Beasts. Group 7 and other Leaf ninja battle against them and quest for their colleague Sasuke. The Akatsuki prevails with regards to catching and extricating seven of the Tailed Beasts, executing all the hosts aside from Gaara, who is currently the Kazekage. In the interim, Sasuke sells out Orochimaru and faces Itachi to deliver retribution. After Itachi bites the dust in fight, Sasuke gains from the Akatsuki originator Tobi that Itachi got a request from Konoha’s bosses to annihilate his group to forestall an overthrow. He acknowledged it relying on the prerequisite that he would be permitted to save Sasuke. Disheartened by this disclosure, Sasuke joins the Akatsuki to pulverize Konoha in retribution. As Konoha ninjas rout a few Akatsuki individuals, the Akatsuki nonentity pioneer, Nagato, murders Jiraiya and demolishes Konoha, yet Naruto vanquishes and reclaims him, procuring the town’s regard and profound respect.

10. Dragon Ball Z (8.7)

Photo Credit: Toei Animation

Dragon Ball Z proceeds with the story of Son Goku, who, alongside his allies, safeguard the Earth against reprobates going from aliens like Frieza, androids like Cell and wizardy creatures like Majin Buu. While the first Dragon Ball anime followed Goku from youth to early adulthood, Dragon Ball Z is a continuation of his grown-up life, and yet matches the life of his child, Gohan, just as the advancement of his adversary Vegeta.

9. Berserk 1997-1998 (8.7)


Berserk, the worldwide famous dark fantasy/epic anime is focused on Guts who is a skilled swordsman that joins forces with a mercenary group named ‘The Band of the Hawk’, which is lead by the charismatic Griffith, and fights with them as they battle their way into the royal court.

8. One Piece (8.7)

Photo Credit: Toei Animation

Eiichiro Oda’s iconic One Piece features the experiences of the hero Monkey D. Luffy and his pirate group to locate the best fortune ever left by the unbelievable Pirate, Gold Roger. The well known riddle treasure named One Piece.

7. Steins;Gate (8.8)

Photo Credit: White Fox

The White Fox production Steins;Gate anime is set in 2010 in Akihabara, Tokyo, and follows Rintaro Okabe, a self-proclaimed mad scientist, who runs the Future Gadget Laboratory in an apartment together with his friends Mayuri Shiina and Itaru Daru Hashida. While attending a conference about time travel, Okabe finds the dead body of Kurisu Makise, a neuroscience researcher; he sends a text message about it to Daru, and later discovers that Kurisu is alive, and that the message arrived before he sent it. The laboratory members learn that the cell phone–operated microwave oven they are developing can send text messages back in time; they are joined by Kurisu, and investigate it, sending text messages referred to as D-mails – to the past to change the present. Kurisu eventually creates a device that can send memories through the microwave oven, effectively allowing the user to time travel.

6. One-Punch Man (8.8)

Photo Credit: MADHOUSE

One-Punch Man is one of the latest years biggest hits, with it refreshing story of the protagonist Saitama, astounding animation and the well-designed characters. Saitama is a hero that does it just for fun & can defeat his enemies with a single punch.

ALSO CHECK OUT: 12 Anime Series That Had A Crossover

Saitama in the long run turns into the mentor to Genos, who is a cyborg looking for vengeance against another cyborg who killed his his family and pulverized his old neighborhood. Saitama and Genos join the Hero Association, yet because of scoring low on the composed section test, Saitama is put at a low-class rank, and his accomplishments stay unnoticed and overlooked by general society.

5. Attack on Titan (8.8)

Photo Credit: Wit Studio

Attack on Titan (Shingeki no Kyojin) is the anime adaptation of Hajime Isayama’s worldwide famous manga with the same name.

The series follows the story of Eren Yeager, who after his hometown gets destroyed and his mother is killed, he vows to cleanse the earth of the giant humanoid Titans that have brought humanity to the brink of extinction.

4. Cowboy Bebop (8.9)

Photo Credit: Sunrise

Cowboy Bebop, the iconic twenty-six episodes of the anime are set in the year 2071, and follow the lives of a bounty hunter crew traveling in their spaceship called the Bebop. Although it covers a wide range of genres throughout its run, Cowboy Bebop draws most heavily from science fiction, western and noir films, and its most recurring thematic focal points include adult existential ennui, loneliness and the difficulties of trying to escape one’s past.

ALSO CHECK OUT: 8 Most Used Superpowers In Anime

The arrangement’s heroes are bounty hunters working from the spaceship Bebop. The first team are Spike Spiegel, a banished previous hired gunman of the criminal Red Dragon Syndicate, and Jet Black, a previous ISSP official. They are later joined by Faye Valentine, an amnesiac extortionist; Edward Wong, an unconventional young lady talented in hacking; and Ein, a hereditarily designed Pembroke Welsh Corgi with human-like knowledge.

3. Hunter x Hunter (8.9)

Photo Credit: Madhouse

The Hunter x Hunter anime’s story centers around a little fellow named Gon Freecss who finds that his dad, who left him at a youthful age, is really a widely acclaimed Hunter, an authorized proficient who has some expertise in fantastical interests, for example, finding uncommon or unidentified creature species, treasure chasing, looking over unexplored territories, or chasing down untamed people. In spite of being deserted by his dad, Gon withdraws on an excursion to turn into a Hunter and in the end discover his dad. En route, Gon meets different Hunters and experiences the paranormal.

2. Death Note (9.0)

Photo Credit: MADHOUSE

Death Note is one of the most successful anime series of all time that was introduced to fans quite a long time ago which follows the story of an intelligent high-school student who is also the main protagonist named Light Yagami finds the “Death Note”, a mysterious black notebook which can kill anyone as long as the user knows the chosen target’s name and face.

ALSO CHECK OUT: 8 Most Used Superpowers In Anime

After finding out that the notebook works and initially being terrified of its god-like abilities, Light begins to consider the possibilities of the Death Note’s potential and sets out to create a world without crime, killing numerous high-profile, famous Japanese criminals, before targeting some international criminals around the world.

1. Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (9.1)

Photo Credit: Studio BONES

The series is focused on the siblings Edward and Alphonse Elric are raised by their mom Trisha Elric in the distant town of Resembool in the nation of Amestris. Their dad Hohenheim, a prominent and talented alchemist, deserted his family while the young men were as yet youthful, and keeping in mind that in Trisha’s consideration they started to show a proclivity for alchemy and got inquisitive about its insider facts. Nonetheless, when Trisha passed on of a waiting sickness, they were cared by their closest companion Winry Rockbell and her grandma Pinako. The young men ventured to the far corners of the planet to propel their catalytic training under Izumi Curtis. After getting back, the two choose to attempt to resurrect their mom with alchemy. Notwithstanding, human transformation is a no-no, as it is difficult to do so appropriately. In the bombed change that outcomes, Al’s body is totally destroyed, and Ed loses his left leg. In a last dump endeavor to keep his sibling alive, Ed forfeits his correct arm to bring Al’s spirit back and houses it in a close by suit of covering. After Edward gets automail prosthetics from Winry and Pinako, the siblings choose to torch their youth home and head to the capital city to become government authorized State Alchemists.

ALSO READ: 8 Most Used Superpowers In Anime