It’s spring time and you know what it means, anime time! Fans are thrilled for the upcoming anime and few of the classics returning. Days like these should be spent watching and exploring the great world of anime (with snacks and soft drinks). Here I bring to you top 5 spring anime you should watch!

1. Persona 5 the Animation

Source: Forbes

If you’ve played the game, now you’ll get to watch the anime. This is one of the good ways to take part again in the gameplay and experience it in from a different view. The anime brings you back to the dungeons and the high school life of the protagonist, Ren Amamiya (his given name in the anime), on how he and his friends will free the world from corruption.

2. Boku no Hero Academia 3

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It’s back! One of the most popular anime in 2017 is back! Season 3 will be returning with greater action-packed episodes and jaw-dropping moments. The first two seasons had fans eager for more from the anime itself. Multitude of emotions can be felt through this anime – joy, anger, frustration and probably even jealousy (as I also wanted to have superpowers) compacted into one anime.

3. The Disastrous Life of Saiki K 2

Source: Funimation

The ongoing second season will surely bring you laughter with its humour and oddity. The first season was amazing and surely the second will too. It tells a story of a high school boy born with unbelievably powerful psychic abilities, trying his best to live normally along with his ‘eighth grader syndrome’ classmate,a super idiotic friend as well as other odd characters in the anime.

4. Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku

Source: Geek Impulse

Setting aside those action-typed anime, here is a sweet romance anime with a hint of comedy. You’ll surely enjoy this one as it entangles the relationships between two otaku, a gamer boy and a fujoshi, both once went to the same middle school and now working in the same company. Is love even possible for them where their worlds are only on games and fujoshi novels? Will it work out for them? Well, we’ll know more when the anime airs!

5. Gegege no Kotarou 2018

This one is a classic. You might remember this anime from your childhood a yokai (ghost) boy and his paranormal friends struggling to keep peace between humans and them as they try to fight off evil beings. This new version comes with modernize anime style with great visuals while giving you the nostalgic feels.

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