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Must See Anime Series: Netflix Edition

There are so many amazing anime coming out right now that it's impossible to keep up. With so many choices it's hard to know what's worth your time, but worry not. I've collected five anime series below that are all sure to pique your interest and are available on Netflix! The Disastrous Life of Saiki K Recently released on Netflix, The Disastrous Life of Saiki K depicts a world where one powerful psychic faces never ending issues. With telekinetic abilities and the capability to literally rewrite the laws of the world, keeping his powers under wraps is a full time job. If you like slice of life comedies with a paranormal twist this is the show for you. Fate/Apocrypha The latest in the Fate/ series: this time around the holy grail war isn't just seven historical magical servants fighting it out for a grail that can fulfill any wish. In this installment, there are two warring teams of servants and masters all competing to win the grail for themselves. Beautiful animation and stunning fights make Fate/ Apocrypha a stellar choice. Devilman: Crybaby Devilman: Crybaby is violent, impressively animated, and a critical darling. This trippy anime about devils possessing and battling with humans is a bloody Netflix success. Centered on two lifelong friends, one of whom is a total cry baby, you'll be surprised how moving this exceptional series gets. Yu-Gi-Oh! With the whole series newly released on USA's Netflix, there has never been a better reason to believe in the heart of the cards. This series about battling card monsters spawned a slew of sequel series and helped to make the Yu-Gi-Oh! trading card game a worldwide phenomenon. Neo Yokio Featuring the talented voices of Jude Law and Jaden Smith, Neo Yokio tells the story of a high society man in a weird but posh city. Beloved by some, hate-watched by others, and lovingly hate-watched by many, no one can agree if Neo Yokio is great or terrible. But it is an interesting anime and definitely one worth checking out if just for Jude Law's voice acting. What's your favorite anime on Netflix? What's your favorite way to watch anime? Let me know in the comments below and happy anime watching!

Yu-Gi-Oh Crossover Movie Coming in 2010 - Featured

Yu-Gi-Oh ! fans are in for a treat next year, which marks the tenth anniversary of the ongoing anime franchise. To celebrate the anniversary, a special movie called Gekijou-ban Yu-Gi-Oh! ~Chou Yuugou! Jikuu wo Koeta Kizuna~ (Roughly, Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie: Super Fusion! The Bond that Surpasses Time and Space~) will be released to theaters, starring the heroes of all three Yu-Gi-Oh! anime series. Yuugi Matou of Yu-Gi-Oh!, Judai Yuki of Yu-Gi-Oh! GX , and Yusei Fudo of Yu-Gi-Oh 5D's will all team up to battle an all-new monster named Paradox. Expect card battling action and all-new 3D graphics for the heroes' trademark cards early next year! Personally, I will be disappointed if they don't ride around on card-bikes in ancient Egypt while attending card school. Source: Anime News Network