Every season, there are new and exciting anime series to get hyped about. While they can be easy to overlook, there are also full-blown anime films that are well worth your time and attention. What is the best anime for 2019? That’s up to you! Vote up the best anime of 2019 you enjoyed or are looking forward to, show the world what you think.

Weathering with You

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Weathering with You is a 2019 Japanese animated romantic fantasy film written and directed by Makoto Shinkai. The film is set in Japan during a period of exceptionally rainy weather and tells the story of a high-school boy who runs away to Tokyo and befriends an orphan girl who has the ability to manipulate the weather. The film was selected as the Japanese entry for Best International Feature Film at the 92nd Academy Awards. It also received four Annie Award nominations including Best Independent Animated Feature, which makes it the third anime film tying with Spirited Away and Millennium Actress to have four nominations; the highest for an anime film at the Annies.

Ride Your Wave

Ride Your Wave is a 2019 Japanese animated film produced by Science Saru –  the same studio that brought us Devilman Crybaby. While the art is similar, the storylines couldn’t be more different. The film premiered at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival on June 10, 2019 and was released in Japan on June 21, 2019.

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Ride Your Wave follows a surfer named Hinako who just moved to a coastal town to attend college. There, she meets a firefighter named Minato who she finds herself being drawn to. The movie tracks their developing relationship, as well as the emotional growth it produces.

Code Geass: Lelouch of the Re;surrection

Code Geass: Lelouch of the Re;surrection is a 2019 Japanese anime film by Sunrise. It premiered in Japan on February 9, 2019 and ran in over 120 theatres. Based on the Code Geass anime series, the film takes place in the alternate universe depicted in the three-part, theatrical remake series that was released between 2017 and 2018 and serves as a direct sequel to their events.

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Since the demise of the man believed to be Britannia’s most wicked emperor one year ago, the world has enjoyed an unprecedented peace under the guidance of the United Federation of Nations. However, this fragile calm is shattered when armed militants successfully kidnap former princess Nunnally vi Britannia and Suzaku Kururugi, the chief advisor of the Black Knights, sparking an international crisis. The powerful and untrustworthy Kingdom of Zilkhstan is accused of orchestrating their capture. To investigate, world authorities send Kallen Stadtfeld and her associates on a covert operation into the country. There, they encounter the immortal witch C.C., who is on a mission to complete the resurrection of the man responsible for the greatest revolution in history—a legend who will rise up, take command, and save the world from peril once again.

Promare

If you’re loving the Summer 2019 anime Fire Force, you need to check out Promare – especially if you’re a Studio Trigger fan. This is one of the top anime 2019. Promare is a 2019 Japanese animated film co-produced by Trigger and XFLAG. The film was released in Japanese theaters on May 24, 2019 by Toho.

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Thirty years after a race of mutants called Burnish mysteriously appear, half of the world has been destroyed. Humanity’s last chance of survival lies in Burning Rescue, an anti-Burnish faction with a powerful new member, Galo Thymos. Galo will have to go up against the leader of Mad Burnish, Lio Fotia. Will Galo triumph, or will the world be engulfed in flames?

Osomatsu-san the Movie

Mr. Osomatsu is a 2015 comedy anime television series by Pierrot, based on Fujio Akatsuka’s 1962 manga series, Osomatsu-kun. Celebrating Akatsuka’s eightieth birthday, the series follows the sextuplet Matsuno brothers from the original series as adults, and features more adult-oriented humor compared to the original series. The series aired in Japan between October 2015 and March 2016, with a special episode airing in December 2016. A second season aired between October 2017 and March 2018. Both seasons have been licensed in Americas by Viz Media. A manga adaptation by Masako Shitaro began serialization in Shueisha’s You magazine from January 2016. A theatrical anime film premiered on March 15, 2019.

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After attending their high school reunion, the Matsuno brothers are confronted with how much more accomplished their classmates are, and how much they’ve failed to achieve by contrast. Disheartened, they get drunk and fall asleep – but when they wake up, they find that they’ve been transported to a ‘world of memories’ where they have to reshape their lives to eliminate regret.  The movie offers the same potent combination of painful relatability and off-the-wall absurdity that the TV series does, so if you’re an Osomatsu-san fan, this movie is one of best anime of 2019 you shouldn’t miss.

These are some of the best anime of 2019 which you can’t afford to miss. So, go ahead and add all these movies on your watchlist of top ten anime 2019.

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