Magic abounds in the action/comedy ‘Black Clover.’ The anime began airing in 2017 and has yet to end. Two young boys are the focus of the story, both of whom were abandoned at a church on the same day when they were children. They promise each other that they will compete for the title of Wizard King, the greatest magician, when they grow up. The show has good visuals and is entertaining in its own right. It’s fine if you’re a fan of this show and want to catch up on some other shows while you’re waiting for the next episode to air. Remember to leave a comment with your favorite choice.
13. UQ Holder! (2017)
To get things started, here’s a magical-themed anime. The structure of the anime ‘UQ Holder!’ is similar to that of ‘Black Clover.’ The series’ protagonist is Touta Konoe. As a result, he is isolated from the rest of the world in a small town. Everything in the world changes when a person discovers magic. But the change isn’t always good, and the balance of the world is thrown out of whack. Touta has no idea what is going on because he spends most of his time with a female teacher who can use magic and a group of friends who are also magicians. No one can live a life of oblivion in a world where everything is constantly disrupted. Touta is killed by a bounty hunter who comes to attack his teacher. It turns out that he’s now a vampire. Now, he must embark on a journey to right the wrongs of the past.
12. Konjiki no Gash Bell!! (2003)
‘Konjiki no Gash Bell!!’ is a good option if you enjoy watching ‘Black Clover’ and are looking for a new show to watch. It’s a light-hearted anime with 150 episodes. In spite of the sheer volume of information, it may be worthwhile to spend some time looking through it. However, there are a few pointless filler episodes that can be skipped. ‘Konjiki no Gash Bell!!’ is a fantasy world in which demons must find human masters on Earth and compete against each other until only one is left standing. A person who doesn’t give a damn about the world, Takamine Kiyomaro, must learn the value of friendship and care for his new master, Gash, as the latter goes on a series of adventures.
11. Magi The Labyrinth of Magic (2012)
‘Magi The Labyrinth of Magic’ is a fun action-adventure anime that focuses on magic. The Arabian Nights collection of stories serves as an inspiration for the anime’s storyline. Labyrinths are enigmatic enclaves that often conceal enormous amounts of gold and silver. One can have all the wealth they desire if they can only get to one and conquer it. The labyrinths are the work of the Magi, a rare class of magicians. This is where they are known to lead certain individuals and assist them in building kingdoms. One who conquers the labyrinth is granted access to the djinn’s immense powers.
With the help of his flute, Aladdin has the power to summon a djinn. He sets out on an adventure to learn more about the world, and along the way he meets Alibaba. This is the beginning of their journey into the labyrinth after an incident.
10. Ao no Exorcist (2011)
Do you like anime with a supernatural theme? Are you looking for an anime with a satisfying supernatural theme that is similar to ‘Black Clover’? If this is the case, ‘Ao no Exorcist’ might be worth checking out. It is only through the possession of a human being that a demon can cross over to the world of humans in this anime. The demon king, on the other hand, necessitates a powerful vessel, which is why he ensures that he will have a child.
An ambush by demons leads Rin Okumura to believe he is the son of Satan. After Rin’s adoptive father is killed while protecting him, he decides to train as an exorcist so that he can fight Satan instead of joining forces.
9. Boku no Hero Academia (2017)
It’s not surprising that there are so many similar anime in various genres based on the same basic premise as ‘Black Clover’. That’s great because it means we won’t get bored watching the same old thing over and over again. The superhero anime ‘Boku no Hero Academia’ is one of many. Humans have developed quirks over millions of years of evolution. They endow humans with superhuman traits. Nowadays, it’s rare to meet someone who doesn’t have some sort of quirk. Because he lacks the quirks of his hero All Might, Midoriya Izuku cannot become a superhero like his idol. His idol’s quirk is something that can be passed down, as he discovers after a chance encounter with the man who was his idol. In this way, Midoriya begins to prepare for his ultimate goal: admission to the UA High, a hero academy.
8. Soul Eater (2008)
The next anime on this list, ‘Soul Eater,’ returns us to the supernatural. With 51 episodes, each lasting 24 minutes, it’s a fun work of fiction to sit down and watch. The story follows the exploits of the Death Meister Academy’s students. The academy aims to produce high-quality death scythes for use by shinigami in battles against demons and other evil forces. Instead of being made of metal or similar materials, the scythes are made of special humans who can transform into weapons after consuming the souls of 99 evil creatures and a witch’s. Follow the daily activities of a group of academy students, one of whom is the son of Lord Death.
7. Fairy Tail (2019)
In the spirit of “Black Clover,” consider “Fairy Tail” if you’d like to devote some of your free time to an epic fantasy series. As one of the best fantasy anime series dealing with a lot of magic, it’s hard to go wrong with this one. Anime takes place in the land of Fiore, where magic is commonplace and is used in nearly every aspect of daily life, including the economy. It’s not uncommon for a group of mages to band together and form guilds. Fairy Tail is a well-known guild known for its close-knit community and outstanding mages.
Interested in becoming a member of the fairy tale guild, Lucy Heartfilia is a young mage. After meeting a man who tricks her, she becomes the victim of a kidnapping attempt. Natsu Dragneel is a fairy tale guild member and a powerful mage. As a reward for saving Lucy, he extends an invitation to her to join the guild. Her journey with the guild has officially begun.
6. Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann (2007)
Let’s take a look at a mecha anime now. “Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann,” a mecha anime, is one of the most enjoyable. It has a well-developed plot, well-developed characters, and stunning visuals and graphics. The Earth’s surface can now be inhabited. As a result, humans have begun to build underground settlements. A lot of what we hear about our planet’s surface is just a fable these days. Both Simon and Kamina have a penchant for exploring new places. Earthbound exploration is on their minds. They discover an ancient mecha, which they name Lagann, while excavating one day.
It’s a good thing for them that this mecha helps them repel a surface attack. As a result of the incident, the Earth’s surface is now in plain sight, and the two survivors, along with a female armed with a gun, set out to explore it.
5. Hunter x Hunter (2011)
“Hunter x Hunter” is one of the most exciting, action-packed anime of all time. It’s a lot of fun and keeps you interested all the way through. It’s one of the most well-known and highly regarded anime series ever, so I strongly advise you to give it a look. Hunters in the ‘Hunter x Hunter’ universe are among the most highly regarded and well-paid professions. Father: Gon’s father is a hunter, who left his son to follow his own path. Gon decides to follow in his father’s footsteps and become a hunter in order to find his father. It’s difficult to locate a professional hunter, and it’s even more difficult to become a hunter yourself. He’ll have to take a challenging exam. When he goes on his adventures, he meets many people, including a young boy by the name of Killua, a skilled assassin who comes from a family of assassins.
4. Naruto (2002)
As a fan of Japanese anime, you’ve probably heard of “Naruto,” even if you haven’t seen it yet. However, many people are put off by the length of the series. Including ‘Naruto: Shippuden,’ there are more than 400 episodes in the entire series. But I can assure you that it’s worth your time. You’ll understand why anime is so popular once you’ve finished the whole thing (you can skip most of the fillers, though). ‘Naruto’ is a story about ninjas. Naruto is the show’s protagonist and its mascot. A knucklehead kid, he keeps causing trouble and has no apparent skills. However, his ambitions are lofty, as he aspires to be one of the greatest ninjas and the Hokage of his village.
The nine-tailed fox demon attacked his village when he was a baby. When the fourth Hokage decided to save his village, he sealed the demon inside of the baby Naruto. The Hokage wanted Naruto to be a hero, but he is generally shunned and mocked by the general public. Follow the journey of the young ninja as he transforms from a prankster to the greatest hero of his generation.
3. Bleach (2004)
Let’s take a look at a shounen anime with a similar structure and a similar protagonist, ‘Black Clover.’ More than 300 episodes of ‘Bleach’ are spread across multiple arcs. The supernatural themes and cool, badass shinigami make this an extremely popular anime. Ichigo, the protagonist of ‘Bleach,’ is a young man with the supernatural ability to see spirits. This may appear to be a strange ability, but it will have a major impact in the future. With his high spiritual energy, Ichigo is able to perform the feats listed above.
One day he comes across an injured shinigami who is trying to defeat a massive monster, later identified as a Hollow. Ichigo accepts the shinigami’s offer and uses her powers to defeat the Hollow in order to protect his family. Rukia Kuchiki, the shinigami, has lost her power, so she stays with Ichigo and instructs and trains him to defeat the soul-eating monsters.
2. Nanatsu no Taizai (2014)
The next anime on our list, ‘Nanatsu no Taizai,’ is a fantasy and magic-themed series. To protect the entire empire and its kingdoms, the Holy Knights of Britannia use their magic in this anime. However, it appears that a group of these knights known as the Seven Deadly Sins is plotting a coup to overthrow the king of Liones. Rumors persist that they are still alive after their defeat by the Holy Knights. Some time after this the Holy Knights themselves take power and overthrow the Lionese king.
Elizabeth, the third princess of the kingdom, decides to search for the sins in order to reclaim her kingdom from the tyrannical Holy Knights’ clutches.’
1. Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (2009)
“Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood” is among the best animes ever produced. If you haven’t seen it yet, do so before moving on to any other show. Alchemy-wielding twins Edward and Alphonse are at the center of the story. To bring back their deceased mother, they are using this. Alchemy, on the other hand, forbids the transmutation of humans, and for good reason. The boys continue to break the rules, and they learn the hard way why it’s illegal. Both Alphonse and Edward lose their right hands. Edward is only able to seal his brother’s soul in a suit of armor after sacrificing his right leg.
Their bodies were stolen from them during the incident and they set out to find “the philosopher’s stone,” a legendary artifact that, if found, would allow them to perform human transmutation without suffering any negative consequences. After all this time, how will they remain human after finding it?