Discussion in 'Anime Recommendations' started by Klancefan, Sep 9, 2019.
Soo, hi. Can someone recommends me some anime that aren`t so popular? For example: K-project
Watch "Erased"... it's an anime everyone loves.
There's the Kara no Kyoukai movie series for one: https://www.anime-planet.com/anime/kara-no-kyoukai-fukan-fuukei
And there's also Pandora Hearts: https://www.anime-planet.com/anime/pandora-hearts
And for my third pick, Bungo Stray Dogs. While it is popular, it also has a lot of elements that K-Project has: Action, supernatural, mystery and enough pretty boys galore to quench any thirsty fan girl. https://www.anime-planet.com/anime/bungou-stray-dogs
And with that, I hoped I helped out!
The Ancient Magust Bride - It wasn't as popular as I wished considering it's my top favorite anime
Also if you're into slice-of-life, I would recommend you check out my Roommate is a Cat, it's a nice and cute slice-of life that includes the POV from a cat.
You want obscure stuff? Have some supernatural/sci-fi/action stuff I liked that under 5,000 people marked as watched:
Mardock Scramble - a cyberpunk action trilogy involving a vengeful woman being reborn as a kick-ass cyborg.
Hozuki's Coolheadedness - an over-the-top comedy set in Hell, that follows the sadistic aide to the King of Hell as he tries to make sure all 200+ divisions of Hell run smoothly.
Warau Salesman NEW - a collection of supernaturalish fables where sometimes awful people are hoisted by their own petards by an odd looking salesman with a massive grin.
The Rolling Girls - a colourful action comedy set in a Japan that's seemingly ruled by young people. A quartet of girls go on a road trip under order of their leader to see the now-divided country.
Space Patrol Luluco - another colourful action comedy, this time revolving around a normal girl who becomes a normal space policewoman. Unfortunately, everything that happens to her is far from normal.
Good anime that people don't talk about too much?
I havent checked any of these out to know how watched they were, but I never really hear people talk about them.
Beautiful Bones: Although it has its flaws (some fillers and an unsatisfying ending), I found this anime beautiful, slow burning, and memorable. Sort of a Sherlock parody, sort of a SoL. A collection of mini-arcs held together by an overarching one. The unique claim to fame is that the Sherlockian character often utilizes bones in their discoveries.
Restaurant to Another World: This sweet little episodic series shouldn't be good, but damn it all if it isn't enjoyable. A really fun show filled with memorable characters, all bonding over the common language we all share: food.
New Game!: This series is criminally underappreciated. A SoL surrounding a budding game designer and her growth from out-of-school kid into a workplace professional. I know that so doesn't sound anything, but the main character's passion, and the collection of characters makes it one of the better SoL out there, for me.
Nanana's Buried Treasure: This is such a strange series that could've been great, but was content to just be good. It's a strange combination of weird pieces, funny, action-packed, mysterious, scifi, supernatural, it has it all.
Dead Leaves: Nonstop, crazy pants, ballstothewalls insanity. The action, style, and comedy of this movie are top notch, and it's not spoken of enough.
I listed about 30 shows which are rated high on a-p but have fewer than 10k watches:
...which I think sort of answers your request by anime that aren’t popular (at least on this site).
Among the list, there are a few that I’ve watched and personally recommend:
- Shouwa Genroku (2seasons)
- March Comes in Like a Lion (2 seasons)
- A Place Further Than The Universe
Depends on what sort of genre you’re into, but maybe check out shows listed above :)
I quite enjoyed these
Happy Sugar Life
Recovery of an MMO Junkie
Don't hear people talk about these much
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