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Isn’t it true that everyone has a favorite show?
Despite this, there is always at least one excellent episode in most of them.
You’ll have a different opinion of the series after just one episode.
A list of the best anime episodes from a range of shows has been compiled for your viewing pleasure.
What are we waiting for? Let’s dive right in!
20. The Assassination Classroom (Graduation Time)
Graduation Season 2’s episode number 24. Until this point, I found this series to be entertaining.
The only way to cry after watching this episode is because the show has prepared us for a horrific journey.
It was clear from the outset of the series that the pupils were aiming to kill the teacher who would become the source of their happiness.
This episode, on the other hand, compelled them to see his death and learn about his sinister past.
19. One Piece (The Pain of My Crewmates Is My Pain! Zoro’s Desperate Fight!”)
There are many more highly ranked episodes of One Piece, but this one stands out for a variety of reasons….
First and foremost, it demonstrates Zoro’s commitment to the group, and the setting is stunning.
That Zoro survives and remains alive till they awake explains the reason Zoro has to be the absolute powerful character. He doesn’t care about dying in pain.
This was the best part of the movie for me!
18. Black Clover (Captain Yami Sukehiro)
The best episode of Black Clover I’ve ever seen, as well as one of the best moments in the manga, can be found here.
A lot of action has occurred around Asta and Yuno over the course of this series, but fans have always wondered about Yami.
This was a blazing hot episode.
A superb Shounen Big Three: the animation, the action, and the combination with Asta and Yami.
You can’t hate this episode, even if you’re not a huge fan of Black Clover.
17. Tokyo Ghoul (Ghoul)
While I agree with the general consensus that the Tokyo Ghoul adaption was a failure, what about this particular episode?
As a whole, this episode is a masterpiece, thanks to Kaneki’s character development and the soundtrack.
Before the first season, everything was OK. And just when we thought we’d run out of things to look forward to, along comes an archer.
About 20 times, I’ve watched this episode solely to see Kaneki’s hotness.
This is one of the best anime series out there in my opinion.
16. Food Wars! (Metamorphose)
Isn’t Yukihira Souma a great character?
When the candidates had to eat 200 plates of food for guests at the hotel, it was more difficult
When Souma’s food fails to wow, it’s easy to tell.
His time is limited, since he has only 30 minutes to prepare 200 meals.
In what manner did he accomplish this?
This is one of the most entertaining anime shows I’ve ever seen, thanks to his live cooking skills.
15. The Seven Deadly Sins (Return of the Sins)
For those of you who have seen the show, Esacanor is almost certainly one of your favorite characters.
In the end, Escanor was the star of the show.
Specifically, I’m talking about the combat between Estarossa and Escanor.
It’s clear from Escanor’s self-assurance that he’s ready for the next challenge.
In this episode, we believe the Sins are in a precarious position. Escanor, on the other hand, shows that there is yet hope for Liones.
14. Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood (He Who Would eat God)
FMA: Brotherhood of the Crystal Sword (He Who Would eat God)
FMAB has aired over twenty episodes of high quality, however this one was a snoozer.
All hope is not lost, as Hohenheim shows how he created everything from the ground up, which was an exciting story twist to see come to fruition.
I’ve never experienced a loss as severe as the ones in this series.
The protagonist was an enslaved guy who had been betrayed by his best friend, had been crushed by the deaths of tens of thousands of people, and so on.
This is one of the show’s most heartbreaking and tragic episodes.
13. Dragon Ball Z (Transformed at the Very End)
Everybody loves it when Goku transforms into Super Saiyan, and the Dragon Ball anime was well-known for its depictions of Goku’s transformations.
This episode stands out from the rest for a variety of reasons.
The first time in a thousand years, after Frieza defeats Goku’s best friend Krillin, we watch Goku turn into a Super Saiyan.
The entire program was a joy to watch, and goosebumps were just the start.
12. Your Lie in April (Spring Breeze)
So, while I write this sentence, I’m unable to hold back the tears I’m shedding, remembering the words Kaori wrote to Kousei in her letter.
I can’t believe how amazing this episode was at the same time.
If Kaori was in love with her idol from the beginning, it’s quite a shock that she gave up her life to let her have another chance at music.
You’re probably a robot if you don’t shed a few tears during this episode.
11. Jujutsu Kaisen (Accomplices)
Without Gojou’s activities, there is an amazing season of JJK.
As a finale to the first season of Jujutsu Kaisen, it was a definite highlight.
This episode was all about Nobara, who showed off her seductive side.
Ironically, she describes Itadori as a “pain-tolerant” individual, then hammers nails into her arm.
The coordination of the attacks was impeccable, and MAPPA deserves all the praise for pulling it off.
10. Naruto Shippuden (Truth)
Naruto is a long show, and there are many memorable episodes.
To be honest, I can’t think of another episode that compares to this one, mostly because I had previously loathed Itachi due to his behavior (just as Sasuke did).
In the moments following his rescue of Sasuke and subsequent revelation of the truth, I put away my phone and sobbed for a few minutes.
In this episode, Itachi deserved every bit of respect he got.
His portrayal in the show is just the beginning.
9. Violet Evergarden (Loved Ones Will Always Be Watchful Over You)
This was one of those shows where, if you don’t cry, you don’t have a heart.
It brilliantly captures the essence of what it means to be loved by a mother. And it was simultaneously heartbreaking and lovely.
During her description of how she wrote the letters to her daughter in honor of her fiftieth birthday, tears welled up in my eyes.
In the end, I didn’t know what to do with them.
Violet Every Garden’s most memorable episode is this one.
8. My Hero Academia (His Start)
This show never fails to move me to tears no matter how many times I watch it.
For years, we’ve despised Endeavour for what he did to his family. But in this specific episode, he showed himself to be a hero on the prowl for greater authority.
While the consequences of his actions will never be erased, there is a chance for repentance.
The combination of action and pathos in this episode makes it one of the best in the entire My Hero Academia series, in my opinion.
7. The Promised Neverland (150146)
The Promised Neverland’s first season finale is one of the show’s most entertaining moments.
That moment when Emma sliced off her ear was sensual, but so was the method that Norman put out in his plan.
One of the most rewarding finales of all time can be found in this episode, which provides the most wonderful surprise for everyone.
Every minute of the show was filled with fascinating circumstances that took the plot in unexpected directions.
6. Boruto Naruto The Next Generations (Chi to Ko)
It’s a shoo-in!
This is the most memorable episode of Boruto, and it’s the one that really gets the show going.
Boruto isn’t one of the worst anime out there, despite what many say. Joy abounds in this episode.
This was the first time I’d seen an anime with a flipped plot, and it’s safe to say that this is one of the most memorable episodes in the entire Naruto series.
Universe of Naruto.
The coupling of Naruto and Sasuke, as well as Boruto’s final flourish, make this an exceptional episode.
5. Demon Slayer (Hinokami)
Surely no one has forgotten about this occurrence.
All of us are familiar with how much it brings up memories regardless of how many times we’ve seen it.
Because Tanjiro has used the Hinokami Kagura technique, Nezuko’s mother arrived in the dream of Tanjiro’s mother, Tanjiro.
Rui’s fight is spectacular, and so are the aesthetics and everything else.
4. Hunter x Hunter (Zero x and x Rose)
It’s one of Hunter x Hunter’s most enduring episodes.
“If it’s Hell, I’ll meet you there” was one of the episode’s most memorable lines.
And when Nettero struck both his own and his victim’s hearts at the same moment, I was in a state of shock.
Nettero and Meruem’s fight was incredible, and it’s incredible to think that Nettero had an advantage.
It’s clear that this episode belongs on the list of the greatest anime episodes ever made.
3. Attack on Titan (Hero)
Following an intense third season, the following episode takes things to a whole new level.
Any fan of Attack on Titan will remember Erwin’s sacrifice and Levi’s beast mode.
The soldiers were aware that Erwin’s plan was a suicide mission, and they were prepared to die for it.
That’s why the episode’s title “Hero” was meant to cover all of them: they decided on a heroic ending. There’s more than just Levi and Erwin.
2. “Death Note” (Revival)
Most fans and watchers of Death Note will agree that “Silence” is the episode that best depicts the battle between Light and L.
Can we, however, discuss about this particular incident?
Amazingly well-thought-out is Light’s plan.
In episode 18, he was nearly arrested when he was snatched up.
This episode, on the other hand, always brings back happy memories for me. What a fantastic piece of music.
This episode has shown that Light Yagami’s intelligence is beyond human comprehension.
A genius has come up with this idea!
1. Code Geass
In my entire life, Code Geass has been the most fulfilling conclusion.
Even in the final moments, when Nunnally tries to persuade herself that she loves her brother, I felt my heart break for her.
In the end, no one can argue that Lelouch’s manner of saving the world isn’t one of the most rewarding anime endings of all time.
Even though Lelouch committed many sins, he was ultimately the only one who could save Brittania and, in essence, the entire universe.