Underrated Short Anime Recommendations II

Underrated Short Anime Recommendations II

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Here’s another list of Short Underrated Anime Series with better plot and everything. Please do watch this for the sake of the Sun! Huh? Nevermind, just watch it and thank me later 🙂 ^_^

1. Time of Eve (Eve no Jikan)

Eve no jikan

No. of Episodes: 6

Genre: Drama, Sci-Fiction

Released In: August, 2008

Author: Yasuhiro Yoshiura

In the futuristic world of Androids being part of humans’ everyday lives, Rikuo Sakisaka, who has taken robots for granted for his entire life, one day discovers that Sammy, his home android, has been acting independently and coming and going on her own. He finds a strange phrase recorded in her activity log, “Are you enjoying the Time of Eve?”. He, along with his friend Masakazu Masaki, trace Sammy’s movements and finds an unusual cafe, “The Time of Eve”. Nagi, the barista, informs them that the cafe’s main rule is to not discriminate between humans and androids. Within the cafe, androids do not display their status rings, and, when patrons depart, the door is automatically locked for two minutes to prevent someone from following them to discover their true nature.

2. Assassination Classroom (Ansatsu Kyoushitsu)

assassination classroom

No. of Episodes: Season 1: 21 (+1 OVA) Season 2: 25

Genre: Action, Comedy, Sci-Fiction

Released In: January, 2015

Author: Yusei Matsui

This is personally my favourite Anime. I first thought by the looks of that yellow thing, that it might suck, but I was wrong. You’ll just love him! (And Karma too, and Nagisa as well!!)

Earth is threatened by an enormously powerful monster who destroyed 70% of the Moon with its power, permanently rending it into the shape of a crescent. The monster claims that within a year, Earth will also be destroyed by him, but he offers mankind a chance to avert this fate. In class 3-E at Kunugigaoka Junior High School, he starts working as a homeroom teacher where he teaches his students not only regular subjects, but the ways of assassination. The Japanese government promises a reward of ¥10 billion to whoever among the students succeeds in killing the monster, whom they have named “Koro-sensei”. Koro sensei actually developes these Good-for-nothing group of students in Martial Arts, Assassination Techniques, as well as Smarter changing their fates. Will they finally kill their beloved monster-teacher?

3. Mob Psycho 100


No. of Episodes: 12

Genre: Action, Comedy, Psychic, Supernatural

Released In: July, 2016

Author: Hiroshi Seko

Shigeo Kageyama, an average middle school boy, is actually a poweful esper. Mob realizes that his psychic powers are getting dangerous by the minute. To avoid his power getting out of control, he constantly lives a life under an emotional shackle. Mob wants to live a normal life just like the others, but a barrage of trouble keeps coming after him. With the suppressed emotions growing inside Mob little by little, his power threatens to break through its limits.

4. Fooly Cooly (FLCL)


No. of Episodes: 6

Genre: Drama, Sci-Fiction, Action, Comedy

Released In: April, 2000

Author: Yoji Enokido, Kazuya Tsurumaki

Naota Nandaba, a 12-year-old, working-class boylife in the city of Mabase is interrupted by the arrival of Haruko Haruhara, who runs over Naota with her yellow Vespa, gives him CPR, then hits him on the head with a blue vintage Rickenbacker 4001 left-handed electric bass guitar. Naota discovers that the blow to his head created an “N.O.”portal, from which giant robots produced by a company known as Medical Mechanica emerge periodically.

5. Ano Hana (The Flower We Saw That Day)

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No. of Episodes: 11

Genre: Drama, Romance, Supernatural, Comedy, Tragedy, Friendship

Released In: April, 2011

Author: Mari Okada

It’s about how the life of 5 best friends change after a tragedy with a girl amongst them. A few years later, this parted group of friends is forced to come together despite their personal grudges and feelings. The story is beautifully unfold and will surely make you laugh, cry as you watch their journey.


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