Fall 2010 – My Favourites | Anime Tops

Today, I bring to you a new series on my blog! I deem it “Past to Present”, where I go through the different Anime Seasons of different years and tell you which were my favourites and why. For today’s blog, we will start with the Fall of 2010!

Number #1: Kuragehime (Princess Jellyfish)

As many of you know, I am a total sucker for comedies, I love them! Kuragehime, is classified under: Slice of Life, Comedy, and Josei. It runs for a total of 11 episodes, so this one is on the shorter end when it comes to episode length. Nevertheless, it is a really fun Anime one that’ll have you laughing.



Number #2: Bakuman. 

I am sure you seasoned veterans know the Anime bakuman. So this one is pretty self-explanatory. I personally loved the story. I am a fan those stories where you see the main character start off terrible, but grow and develop into something more. I find those kinds of stories the best and is why I love this Anime. Classified under: Comedy, Romance, and Shounen; Bakuman is the longest Anime in regards to episode length, with a total of 25 episodes.

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Number #3: Kami nomi zo Shiru Sekai (The World God Only Knows)

And finally, you’re not a true Anime watcher, unless you have watched at least a few harems. The World God Only Knows is exactly that. I will tell you this, despite it being a harem, this one is actually good; compared to the other harems that are really bad. If you ever thought to yourself “Wouldn’t it be great to be called king of the dating sims?” You probably didn’t think that, but I know the Anime studio did. BOOM, The World God Only knows is the Anime for you.

This Anime runs for a total of three seasons, each one getting better and better every season. The World Only God Knows is also classified under the most genres out of my list here today, these are: Comedy, Harem, Romance, Shounen and Supernatural.



There are my top picks for Fall 2010, what’s yours?

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