The spring season of anime for 2021 has already started, but there are quite a few shows that are still yet to air. Spring 2021 looks like it’ll be filled with interesting anime for fans to enjoy. Fans everywhere are eagerly waiting to watch these shows. It’s a long season with plenty of shows people have been waiting for.
In today’s list, we’ll be looking at the upcoming anime shows set to release this season that is sure to bring the hype. So welcome back to animeology, and today, we’ll show you the Top 10 most awaited anime to watch for spring 2021.
5. Nomad: Megalo Box 2
In the last season, Joe had just been crowned the champion of megalomania and did it all without the mechanical enhancements known as gears. It was a stellar finish to a modern underdog story, at least it was until his life fell apart.
Now, under the name of Nomad, it seems that Joe has come back to his junk dog days, leaving his title and recognition behind. We’re guessing something terrible must have happened back at the homestead given his new disheveled appearance. As long as they stick to its signature cell-shaded style and a killer soundtrack, we’re here for it!
4. Don’t Toy With Me, Miss Nagatoro
Like Ozaki before her, this little lady has already got the internet in a frantic state due to some really stupid reasons. So naturally, we’re excited to see where this adaptation goes following a sharp tongue student who becomes interested in teasing/torturing his senpai. The series looks set to perfectly capture Nagatoro’s charm and humor.
As fans of the source material are all no doubt aware, the relationship between our leads is a lot sweeter than you might think. So, toss out any preconceptions of bullying and just enjoy the ride.
3. Zombie Land Saga Revenge
They’re back!!! back to life, back to their crappy prefecture, and back to rock our socks off with their idol hijinks. Oh, how we missed this undead waifus.
With saga on its last legs, it falls to Sakura and her fellow zombie idols from across time to turn up the volume and try to save their home before it’s left to wither and die. From the looks of things, we can expect a lot of glam, great onstage performances, and more Tatsumi screaming his head off.
2. 86 Eighty-Six
One of the big up-and-comers for the new season, this military mecca is looking to justice to the dark undertones of the much-beloved light novel with the war between the Republic of San Magnolia and the empire of Giard continuing to escalate. Major Lena Mirza finds herself in command of a squadron of soldiers ready to fight for the glory of their homeland.
Just one problem, her unit comprises 86’s soldiers forces to operate dangerous mecca, all of whom are oppressed members of the Colorado minority. Add all that together and looks like we’re in a sci-fi set to tackle race relations militarization and other all-too-real topics.
1. The Slime Diaries: That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime
It’s not like Rimuru plans to devour 10,000 soldiers each day, sometimes the slime just wants to unwind while focusing on the smaller aspects of running a town full of monsters.
A slice of life spin-off to the much-beloved Isekai, this series is for those who favor the quieter side of Rimuru and his superpowered social circle, or just need another excuse to watch more of Shion. Sure it’s trading out any large-scale battles, but at least we expect to see plenty more heartfelt comedic interactions.