Yuri! on Ice and My Hero Academia are two of the most memorable anime of 2016. Even the worldwide hit anime movie, Kimi no Na Wa, has contributed significantly to the anime industry this year. With only a few more weeks before we welcome another year, we can keep our hopes high that there will be a whole bunch of brand new anime to enjoy. The following are the top 5 anime you shouldn?t miss in 2017.
Little Witch Academia
Little Witch Academia follows the story of a clumsy girl in a magical school. She and her friends will be fighting against an emancipated evil dragon. Brace yourselves for three lovely little witches. Atsuko, Sucy and Lotte will keep you company starting January 8.
Ao no Exorcist: Kyoto Fujouou-hen 2
The second season of Ao no Exorcist: Kyoto Fujouou-hen is finally arriving next year. The Okumura brothers are sure to return to defeat the dark forces. The Impure King Revival arc of the manga will be covered in this season. Catch the first episode of Ao no Exorcist: Kyoto Fujouou-hen season 2 on January 7.
The Gintama franchise shows no signs of slowing down. Latest reports indicate that the anime is getting a brand new season in 2017. And there will be a live-action adaptation too.
Japanese actor Shun Oguri will reportedly star in the live-action adaptation. Media Craft reported that it is already in the works. Details about the live-action adaptation are scarce. But with another season of the anime series coming in, it looks like Gintama fans will have a lot to rejoice about.
Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! 2
Fans of Sword Art Online will enjoy Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! 2. The first installment of the anime followed the story of Kazuma. He was sent to a parallel world when he died. A goddess named Aqua sent him to a different world to defeat an evil antagonist.
The plot for Season 2?has not been released yet. The original cast will be back to reprise their roles. It will premiere on January 12.
Granblue Fantasy the Animation
Granblue Fantasy players will love this anime. Music composer Nobuo Uematsu and art director Hideo Minaba team up for this. That fact alone makes it look really promising.