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All the Anime Coming to Netflix in June 2020

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Every year is a prime year for the anime community. You never see a year where there have been more anime misses than hits. 

The year 2020 is the same for anime, despite the COVID-19 crisis acting as a roadblock for many anime studios, creators are still not letting us get our hopes down and have promised many new releases. 

Netflix has also jumped on the bandwagon and has promised viewers a few Netflix anime originals. 

But that’s not all. Some popular anime like The Seven Deadly Sins and Baki will be joining Netflix this summer 2020, as well. 

However, knowing the names of the anime titles coming to Netflix isn’t enough. Before you add any of these to your watch-list, make sure you are connected to a high-speed internet connection. 

If you reside in the U.S. and the buffering loop is a constant in all your streaming 
experiences, try getting the Cox unlimited internet by visiting here and it will bring a massive difference. 

Now back to the gist of our post, keep reading to find what anime are coming to Netflix and what other anime you can binge watch this summer. 

Anime Coming to Netflix in June 2020

 Baki: The Great Raitai Tournament Saga
 A Whisker Away 
 BNA

TBA Anime for Netflix
 The Seven Deadly Sins: Season 4
 Japan Sinks
 B The Beginning: Season 2
 Great Pretender 
 Aggretsuko: Season 3
 EDEN
 Pacific Rim 
 Spriggan 
 Dragon’s Dogma
 Yasuke
 Super Crooks
 Vampire in the Garden
 Magic the Gathering 

The Best Anime on Netflix Right Now

When it comes to anime, you don’t always have to stick to a certain genre. 

Ranging from Shonen series to eerie horror classics, there’s something for every anime lover out there. 

Rewind back to a few years ago, you find yourself relying on your local cable TV provider to air classics like Pok√©mon, Naruto and Bleach. 

But with the age of streaming hurling global viewers towards it, you don’t have to wait for the clock to strike 5 P.M. anymore. 

With Netflix, you get to choose from a wide repository of Netflix originals and acquired anime series.

If we start counting each and every anime series and movie that is on Netflix then it will surely be painstaking. 

We understand it can be daunting to add new titles to your summer watch-list. But don’t fret as we have compiled a list of all the noteworthy titles you should give 
a watch this summer 2020!

Dorohedoro 

Anything is possible in anime. Yes, anything. You find magical girls, demi-gods on earth and even devils working as part-timers fast food restaurants. Dorohedoro is the same. 

Caiman, a reptilian-human, doesn’t remember how he transformed into the creature he is now. He heads to a journey to salvage his original form and find the one who put him under this curse. 

The story takes comical and glum turns with hints of violence throughout the series. 

Violet Evergarden 

The most beautiful anime ever created. That is exactly what Violent Evergarden has been deemed as in the anime community. 

The Kyoto Animation anime secured a spot for itself on Netflix quite sooner than most anime. That’s not all. You can even watch the anime’s OVA special and movie – Eternity and the Auto Memory Doll – on Netflix. 

Neon Genesis Evangelion

Neon Genesis Evangelion is an international favorite. With numerous movie sequels to its name, the original anime series is irreplaceable. 

You don’t have to stream the original show 
anywhere else when you can stream it in HD on Netflix. Neon Genesis Evangelion is a classic but to all the Zoomers who are new to the anime realm, it might have been shrouded under mainstream titles. 

Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood

If we ever create a list of all the anime we don’t want to see a remake of, we will add Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood to the top. 

The anime’s prequel, Fullmetal Alchemist, gained equal popularity but wasn’t true to the manga. Upon completion of the manga, Brotherhood saw its release and turned more heads than its original counterpart. 

After all, the gripping and intense 
moments in Brotherhood bring you closer to each character which the 2003 anime series couldn’t confer. 

Bleach

Most of you must remember the ‘Big 3’ of the early 2000s and yes, Bleach was one of the Big 3 as we know today. The anime ended in 2012, a lot earlier than Naruto and One Piece. 

What’s weirder is that One Piece is still airing and even hardcore fans of the anime 
would’ve forgotten on which arc One Piece is on. Coming back to bleach, Netflix plans to stream all 16 seasons on the platform. 

So if you were looking for an anime worthy of binge-watching, you know what to 
choose now. 

Devilman Crybaby 

This one is not for the faint hearted. Devilman Crybaby will reminiscence you of 90s anime where explicit and graphic visuals weren’t often censored. Limiting the anime to a certain genre won’t make sense either. 

The anime has its scary moments, violent scenes and action sequences but nothing feels out of place. Devilman Crybaby’s production is executed impeccably and no scene feels out of place. 

One Punch Man

One Punch Man has earned itself a spot in the list of all-time mainstream anime. Saitama wasn’t all the more motivated to become a part-time hero until Genos came along. 

Despite being a C-Class hero, all it takes is one punch for Saitama to defeat the most notorious of villains. Now that One Punch Man Season 2 has reached Netflix, you can watch both the seasons without having to wait for weeks. 

Puella Magi Madoka Magica

Magical anime girls but with a dark twist? Well count us right in. Puellla Magi Madoka Magica starts slow and after every scene, it feels as if it will be your typical magical girl anime but as thestory progresses, you are proven wrong. 

Sometimes what you wish for isn’t meant to make you happy. Madoka puts her life at stake to get her wish fulfilled. In turn, she becomes a magical girl but it’s not an easy start for her. It’s only the start of many dark encounters in Madoka’s life. 

All in all

Japanese animated movies and TV shows have gained worldwide fame. With the emergence of streaming platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu, you will might as well see more indie and popular titles joining these platforms very soon!

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