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My Hero Academia is undoubtedly one of the best superhero anime ever created. This series is a game-changer, as it flips redundant superhero tropes upside-down. Finishing all available episodes can leave a hole in your heart that only another superhero anime can fill.
If you want to be immersed in a world of superheroes and villains, check out these binge-worthy superhero anime series.
Saitama is just your average guy with a dream. He lived his whole life wishing he was stronger, and now that he’s unemployed, he rediscovers his purpose.
While Saitama wasn’t born with any special superpowers, he still makes the decision to become a hero. Saitama engages in intense daily training until he’s stronger than literally everyone on the planet. As monsters create chaos throughout the city, Saitama gets to work, defeating enemies with just one, boring punch.
Tiger & Bunny takes place in Stern Bild City, where superheroes, known as NEXT (Noted Entities with eXtraordinary Talents), reside. In this world, heroes have basically become marketing tools, as each hero gets sponsored by a specific brand. These heroes appear on Hero TV, a show where they compete to defeat the most villains and rack up enough points to become the King of Heroes.
Wild Tiger has been in the superhero game long before his new partner, Barnaby Brooks, Jr. Both heroes have very different ideologies when it comes to being a hero, but they must try to collaborate to save the city and keep their jobs.
The Disastrous Life of Saiki K follows the extraordinary life of Saiki Kusuo. He’s been born with several different superpowers, such as teleportation, psychokinesis, and telepathy.
Despite having so many powers, Saiki still attempts to blend in with his fellow high school students. He struggles to conceal his powers, some of which have consequences.
If you love One Punch Man, you have to watch Mob Psycho 100—this anime comes from the same creator. Although Shigeo “Mob” Kageyama seems like a normal middle-school kid, he harbors unbelievably strong psychic powers.
Mob becomes the assistant to Reigen Arataka, a fake psychic who takes advantage of Mob’s powers to earn cash. However, Mob’s powers don’t come without danger–if Mob’s emotions get out of hand, he can cause catastrophic destruction.
A mysterious comet called Charlotte flies by the Earth every 75 years, sprinkling dust across the planet. If a child happens to inhale this dust, they’ll develop superpowers when they reach puberty.
One boy, Yuu Otosaka has the ability to take control of another person’s body for five seconds—this secret power has allowed him to cheat his way into a prestigious school. But when Nao Tomori finds out about Yuu’s powers, she convinces him to enroll at the Hoshinoumi Academy, a school for superhuman students.
In Gatchaman Crowds, the city of Tachikawa has its own lineup of superhuman bodyguards, also known as Gatchaman. A high school girl, Hajime Ichinose, becomes a Gatchaman herself when a mysterious being gives her a notebook titled “NOTE.” She soon finds out that this device isn’t a simple notebook—it’s the power source of Gatchaman.
Hajime and the rest of the Gatchman have a daunting task ahead of them. She must help eradicate an alien race called MESS, but her carefree personality often gets in the way.
Go Beyond the Heroes of Anime
Whether you want a break from My Hero Academia, or already binged the latest episodes, you’ll definitely want to check out these superhero anime in the meantime. Most of these heroes are totally unconventional, making these shows even more fun to watch.