Some of the best anime ever made may be found in Madhouse’s catalog. In the eyes of IMDb, these are the studio’s best offerings.
Anime fans recognize Madhouse as one of the most powerful studios in the industry. In 1872, Madhouse was founded by Masao Maruyama, Osamu Dezaki, Rintaro, and Yoshiaki Kawajiri, and has since published over 300 anime, some of which are considered among the greatest of all time.
This is a list of the top 10 Madhouse-produced anime. This list is based on IMDb ratings. Because of the enormous number of series produced by the studio, be sure to check out any others that were left off the list.
1. Hellsing Ultimate – 8.3/10
Madhouse’s Hellsing Ultimate, an alternative to Studio Gonzo’s Hellsing, was released over a six-year period, beginning in 2006 and concluding in 2012. Humans are devoured by strange creatures in this action-horror anime.
Hellsing is a group dedicated to the eradication of entities like this. Hellsing’s leader, Integra Hellsing, has dedicated her entire life to the struggle against the monsters. Alucard is Integra’s most powerful weapon, and is referred to as such. Alucard and Seras team up to take on anyone standing in the way of Hellsing’s plans. Hellsing Ultimate is a piece of art, combining spectacular over-the-top action with a ludicrous (yet wonderful) storyline.
2. Trigun – 8.3/10
It was released in the spring of 1998 and is an action-adventure anime. An very big bounty is placed on Vash the Stampede, who is the protagonist of the anime. The Humanoid Typhoon is a moniker given to him because of his penchant for wreaking havoc. Vash, on the other hand, is a complete coward who has never killed anyone in his life.
Vash finds himself in dangerous situations after being pushed to his physical and mental limits. Trigun has a single season and 26 episodes, but there is also an amovie. Check out these 10 Trigun facts if you’re a fan.
3. Nana – 8.4/10
Nana is a musical-drama anime that premiered in the spring of 2006. Nana is the story of two young women, both of whom go by the name Nana. In contrast, the punk rock singer is motivated to succeed with her band, while the bouncy happy girl falls in love too readily.
After meeting on the train, Nana and Nana eventually become housemates. In spite of their divergent paths in life, the two have more in common than one might expect. Both of their lives are intertwined in the story, which chronicles their antics.
4. The Tatami Galaxy – 8.4/10
The Tatami Galaxy is a psychological-mystery anime that premiered in the spring of 2010. It’s the story of a third-year college student who meets a god of marriage in the series. The event causes the student to reevaluate his choices in life.
The student had an epiphany and vows to live his life to the fullest. His college life is restarted after failing to ask out Akashi, the girl he’s been infatuated with. The Tatami Galaxy has 11 episodes in a season and a film adaptation to accompany the television series.
5. Parasyte: The Maxim – 8.4/10
Parasyte: The Maxim, an action-horror anime, was released in the fall of 2014. Parasyte follows parasitic aliens that take up residence in humans’ brains, in addition to having an excellent opening theme music. In spite of being attacked by the Parasites, Shinichi Izumi regains consciousness.
Rather, the parasite takes over and begins to control his hand. Shinichi and Migi work together to protect themselves from the other parasites. Parasyte: There are 24 episodes in The Maxim, and each one is packed with drama.
6. Monster – 8.6/10
Monster is a psychological suspense anime that aired in the spring of 2004. Dr. Kenzou Tenma, a neurosurgeon making his way up the corporate ladder, is the central character of the anime. Before beginning the procedure, the doctor is urged to forsake his patient and perform brain surgery on a celebrity.
Dr. Tenma performs the surgery as ordered, but the original patient dies as a result of the procedure. Instead of going back to the mayor of the town when the same thing happened to him again, he stays with his first patient. Johan Liebert, the youngster he saves, grows up to be a terrible individual. Saving Johan has consequences for Dr. Tenma, resulting in an exciting game of cat and mouse that tests his morals.
7. Fighting Spirit – 8.8/10
Fighting Spirit, a shounen-sports series, was released in the fall of 2000. The series follows Makunouchi Ippo, better known in Japan as “Hajime no Ippo.” Having been bullied since he was young, Ippo is a shy person who wishes he had the courage to speak up for himself. The boxer Takamura Mamoru intervenes to save him when he is being bullied.
Takamura agrees to teach Ippo the basics of boxing. For Ippo, Takamura sets an unrealistic deadline of one week for him to become a professional boxer. Ippo prepares to become the world’s best boxer with a new fire in his belly. The first season of Fighting Spirit is 75 episodes long.
8. Hunter x Hunter – 8.9/10
Hunter x Hunter is a shounen adventure anime that aired in the fall of 2011. Gon Freecss wants to be the best hunter in a world where adventurers can register as official hunters. One day, he hopes to track down his legendary hunter father, who abandoned him when he was a child.
Gon rapidly discovers that the path he has chosen is more difficult than he had anticipated. This is merely the beginning of the chaos that awaits in the shounen anime Hunter x Hunter.
9. One-Punch Man – 8.9/10
One-Punch Man, one of the most popular anime series of the contemporary age, debuted in the fall of 2015. Saitama, a hero with the power to defeat any evil with a single blow, is the focus of this action-comedy anime.
As a result,Saitamagrows gets sick of fighting, but he still finds himself dragged into a variety of conflicts. During the fight, Genos recognizes Saitama’s strength and deems him a mentor. A six-episode special of One-Punch Man will debut in October 2019 after two seasons. A 12-episode initial run was created by Madhouse Studios.
10. Death Note – 9.0/10
Death Note is considered by IMDb to be the best anime ever produced by Madhouse. Death Note, a mystery-thriller anime released in the fall of 2006, is widely recognized as one of the most popular anime of all time.
Taking retribution into his own hands, Light Yagami finds a notepad known as the Death Note.
Detective L is tasked with looking into the matter after he and his team had killed several crooks. Both Light and L desire to build a new world, while L wants to bring Kira, the alias of Light’s real identity, to justice. If you’re a fan of the show, here are a few things you might not have known.