10 Best Anime Ovas That You Should Watching Update 12/2022

Best Anime Ovas

Because of their short length, Anime OVAs are adored by fans. According to MyAnimeList’s users, these are the top ten anime series.

Original video animations, also known as OVAs, are short films or television programs that are produced exclusively for the web and never published on DVD or shown on television or in movie theaters. When it comes to OVAs, they can be as short or long as necessary, as long as the message is conveyed.

There are a lot of great OVAs out there, and MyAnimeList users have taken the time to rank the greatest of them. On one snowy day, from Natsume Yuujinchou to Attack on Titan: No Regrets, these are the ten best OVA series.

1. Natsume’s Book Of Friends: Natsume On One Snowy Day – 8.3

Natsume's Book Of Friends Natsume On One Snowy Day

It debuted on February 1, 2014, in the form of a one-episode OVA called Natsume On One Snowy Day.

As a slice of life with a hint of the supernatural, Natsume’s Book Of Friends is a soothing show to watch, and this OVA recounts what happens when Natsume encounters a snowman youkai.

She’s on the prowl for something, but she’s not sure what. On a snowy day, Natsume must step up to the plate and assist her.

2. Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin – 8.3

6 episodes of the OVA series Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin were aired between April 24, 2015, and May 5, 2018. Casval Rem Deikun’s life is flipped upside down after the assassination of his father. He was a well-known advocate for the civil rights of people who lived in remote areas of the world.

With Artesia dragged away from home to be a soldier along with her brother, Casval must take his father’s beliefs and use it to fight off his own desires for retribution by training to fly mobile suits.

3. Major: World Series – 8.3

Major World Series

From December 16, 2011, through January 18, 2012, the anime series “World Series” broadcast two episodes. Baseball is a popular sport in Japan, and its popularity is reflected in the popularity of the sport in anime.

Gorou Shingeno continues to win the World Series in this OVA series. The best way to become the best baseball player in the world is to have an accident, and then do all in your power to recover.

4. Attack On Titan: No Regrets – 8.3

From December 9, 2014 to April 9, 2015, Attack on Titan: No Regrets was a two-episode OVA. Many fans’ favorite male character is Levi in this OVA series. In addition, it sheds some light on his backstory and origins.

No Regrets, the sequel to Attack on Titan, tells the story of Levi before he became Survey Corps captain, how he met Erwin, and the 23rd expedition’s events.

5. Star Blazers: Space Battleship Yamato 2199 – 8.3

Star Blazers Space Battleship Yamato 2199

Game of Space Battleships, Star Blazers There were a total of 26 episodes of Yamato 2199, which aired from May 25, 2012, to October 25, 2013. In the wake of a series of Gamilas bombings, Earth is rendered inhospitable to human habitation for good.

The Earth Defense Force is formed in a last-ditch effort by Earth to protect itself from the Gamilas, but most of these recruits lack the necessary fighting skills. Is it possible that they’ll make it through this ordeal unscathed?

6. Kamisama Kiss: Past Arc – 8.3

To air from August 20th, 2015 to August 19th, 2016, Kamisama Kiss: Past Arc was a four-episode OVA. Nanami finally encounters Mikage, the person who transferred his Land God duties to her, after Tomoe, her youkai familiar, falls in this OVA series.

As a means of saving him, Nanami must travel back in time to discover the woman he was infatuated with.

7. Hellsing Ultimate – 8.4

HELLSING ULTIMATE

OVA series Hellsing Ultimate was televised from February 10, 2006 to December 26, 2012, and featured 10 episodes.

Hellsing Ultimate, one of the most well-known OVA series, follows the ultimate vampire Alucard, an exterminator who works against his own kind. Dark, gritty, and action-packed, the series is a global hit.

8. Gintama°: Love Incense Arc – 8.4

It broadcast from August 4 to November 4 as a two-episode anime special entitled Gintama°: Love Incense Arcis.

A satire and comedy series, Gintamaacts is no different in the OVA.

TheGintama°: Incense for Loving Kindness Arc follows the protagonist, Kagura, and Shinpachi as they find an incense that causes anyone who smells it to fall in love with the first person they look at. At this point, everyone in Gintama-district will feel the effects of Tsukuyo and Gintama-unrequited district’s love for each other.

9.  Rurouni Kenshin: Reminiscence – 8.7

Rurouni Kenshin Reminiscence

‘Rurouni Kenshin: Reminiscence’ was a four-part anime special that aired from February 20 to September 22 of 1999. This OVA series recounts Kenshin’s terrible past, despite the fact that fans know him as the free-spirited ronin who wanders wherever the wind leads him.

This OVA is dark and solemn, devoid of humor and centered on Kenshin’s bloody history and a prior romance that ended tragically. As each episode is 30 minutes long and there are four, it can be watched as a two-hour movie.

10. Legend Of The Galactic Heroes – 9.1

Episodes aired from January 8, 1988, to May 17, 1997, in an OVA series called Legend of the Galactic Heroes. Legend of the Galactic Heroes, one of Japan’s longest OVA series, is a beloved series both in Japan and abroad.

On MyAnimeList, there aren’t many anime that get a 9. A 150-year deadlock is finally broken in this epic series, which spans 110 episodes and adapts 10 Yoshiki Tanaka novels.