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[KIT] Top 3 Inspiring Anime Series

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Three Anime series that will inspire and motivate you to never give up (and the reasons why you should watch them)

1. Naruto (Naruto : Shippuden)

Reason 1: Great Story-Line

  • Naruto has a wonderful story that is both motivational and inspiring while still being entertaining.
  • Its plot falls into the categories of comedy, adventure, superpower, shounen, martial arts, and ninja theme.

Reason 2: Amazing Characters and their designs

  • Naruto’s animation and art is really something else as well as unique . The animation is poor before Naruto Shippuden begins, but after that it quickly becomes one of the best.
  • Almost every character in Naruto, whether a boy or a girl, is attractive, so you might develop an anime crush.

Reason 3: Its Ninja Themed

  • Some people assume that ninjas are boring because of the traditional narration we’ve seen since childhood, but that isn’t the case here. You’ll learn a lot more about ninjas and your previous assumptions will be questioned.

Reason 4: Naruto Gives Us Hope Even In Real Life

  • The story of the film, the intro song, the dialogues, and all has a deep sense that almost parallels many people’s real-life circumstances.
  • The series essentially re-energizes your spirit in some way (trust me on this) and gives us hope in our daily lives.

Reason 5: Every Character Leaves A Mark On You

  • Not only the heroes, but also the villains in the series are motivating, and they will definitely change you from the inside out.

Reason 6: The Story-line Isn’t Just One-sided

  • I’ve seen this in a variety of series, both anime and non-anime, where the whole story revolves around the main character’s philosophy and totally ignores the villain’s ideology and why the villain took a different direction.
  • But the Naruto Series is different; it does focus even on the villain’s ideology .

2. One Piece

Reason 1: The Story Is Loaded With Moments Of Emotional Resilience

  • The crew of the Straw Hat Pirates is made up of dreamers.
    Luffy aspires to be King of the Pirates, Zoro vows to be the greatest swordsman in the world, and Nami dream about charting the entire globe.
  • Each member has overcome personal adversity, and it’s inspiring to see them rise to new heights.
    Despite their victories, the crew’s journey is riddled with heartbreaks, such as losing their prized ship or being forced to split up for two years.
  • These heartbreaking moments do not stop them from following their ambitions, and when they succeed, they feel well-deserved.

Reason 2: Great Characters Aren’t Pointlessly Killed

  • One Piece makes the most of its characters and never kills off fan-favourites for shock value.
  • Even if the character is a villain, they are often allowed to live beyond their initial story arc, allowing them to mature and develop.

Reason 3: It has a good plot and twist

  • Thanks to Eiichiro Oda’s fantastic story, One Piece has a fantastic story.
    The story runs smoothly, and Oda will impress you with several story lines.
  • Every episode is fun to watch and has a sense. Unlike other anime, One Piece has a fascinating story and an excellent way of telling it.

Reason 4: Monkey D. Luffy Is The Hero The World Needs

  • Luffy’s cheerful attitude, on the other hand, is a breath of fresh air. Even when he’s heading into imminent danger, he does so with a smile on his face, and he always manages to arrive just in time to save his friends and allies.

Reason 5 : Super Cool Villains

  • Villains make any story a great story. One Piece’s villains will steal your heart because they are awesome, badass, and tough. They are, however, at their best in One Piece. You will end up loving the villains of One Piece except for a few ones. The villains in One Piece are fantastic to watch, and they go to great lengths to place obstacles in the path of Luffy and his mates.

3. My Hero Academia

Reason 1: The series has a great message

  • My Hero Academia drives home the message that everyone has the potential to achieve great things. A hero’s worth is measured not by his or her ability, but by their determination to do their best even though all hope seems to be lost. To save lives, you don’t need a flashy Quirk or to dress up in a mask. To save lives, you don’t need a fancy Quirk or to dress up in a mask. Often all it takes to save the day is a smile and a lot of determination!

Reason 2: Everyone has their own motivations and goals

  • Each character has a reason for being a hero. There’s a method to their madness, whether they want to help people like Deku or achieve fame and wealth. They’re human. They have needs and expectations, and this is a driving force behind their on-screen personas. Being a hero does not indicate that you are a lawful decent guy. There are shades of grey.

Reason 3: The Anime has AMAZING ANIMATION

  • Not every anime is blessed with the animation quality that My Hero Academia has. This series, particularly in the case of shonen series, has some of the best animation quality of this and many other seasons.

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