Anime and Manga are a phenomenon that need no introduction. They wildly vary in both style and subject. The figure of the otaku is well known, but perhaps not so well understood. Differences in taste between male and female fans are a topic for another discussion. Our focus will be on which are the top five favorite Anime/Manga for women.
In its origin, IDOLiSH7 was actually a rhythm game released in August 2015, where the player assumed the role of Tsugumi Takanashi, an inexperienced band manager. The band itself consists of seven members: Iori Izumi, Yamato Nikaido, Mitsuki Izumi, Tamaki Yotsuba, Sogo Osaka, Nagi Rokuya and Riku Nanase.
Yuri on Ice
Yuri on Ice is focused on figure skating. The main character is Japanese figure Yuri Katsuki, and the plot is anchored in her relation with her idol, Russian skater champion Victor Nikiforov, and the up and coming (and also Russian) skater Yuri Plisetsky. This show, although acclaimed by the critics, sparkled some controversy with its depiction of a same sex relationship between the protagonists.
The Fate series has several installments, centered around various events called the Holy Grail Wars. It involves Masters that summon Servants and Heroic Spirits. The last remaining one will claim the Holy Grail. It has a special appeal to history buffs, for some of the summoned characters are luminaries as Alexander the Great (Rider) or Gilgamesh (Archer), and there is even a female version of King Arthur (Sabre). As it was stated, there are several spinoffs, providing a lot of material for the fans.
Bungo Stray Dogs
The story revolves around several characters with supernatural powers, using those powers for several ends, such as solving mysteries or even doing missions assigned by the Mafia. At the center of it all is the Armed Detective Agency and the everyday lives of its members. Most of the characters are named after famous writers and characters in their books, such as Ryūnosuke Akutagawa, Atsushi Nakajima, Agatha Christie, Osamu Dazai, Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Rampo Edogawa, Edgar Allan Poe, Mark Twain, Natsuhiko Kyogoku, Kenji Miyazawa, Doppo Kunikida, and Akiko Yosano.
This anime is based on a 1962 manga series, Osomatsu-kun. Following the sextuplet brothers from the original series as adults. The series follows the lives of the six identical twins Osomatsu, Karamatsu, Choromatsu, Ichimatsu, Jyushimatsu, and Todomatsu, who have all grown to be NEET’s (young person Not in Education, Employment or Training) with each one having his own distinct personality.
There is a lot of variety in this Top 5, consistent with the incredibly rich and diverse universe of anime and manga. We hope to have piqued your interest in this this fascinating world. It will be worth your time!
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