7 Anime Series Worth Watching This Summer 2015

This summer there are is a lot of new anime to watch, to be precise 47 of them. Surely that’s too many, so I watched all of them, so you don’t have to waste your time. Cool, Right? Well, I know we all have different tastes but the ones which piques everyone’s interests is surely going to be awesome. So here are 7 Anime Series which I think are worth your time this summer 2015.

Jitsu wa Watashi wa

Jitsu wa Watashi wa

Genre: Comedy, Romance

Where to Watch: Crunchyroll, AnimeLab (AU)

Plot: The plot is simple, it’s about a guy named Asahi Kuromine who apparently can’t keep a secret and suddenly he finds out that the girl he likes is actually a vampire. This Anime is fun to watch, the humor element is just amazing plus having read the Manga I can say that there’s more interesting stuff to discover than you think.



Genre: Action, Drama, Crime

Where to Watch: Funimation, Crunchyroll (EU), Animelab (AU)

Plot: In the city of Ergastulum, a shady ville filled with mafia, hoodlums, prostitutes, and dirty cops. Enter the ‘Handymen,’ Nic and Worick, who take care of the jobs from both mob and the police force that no one else can handle.

Shimoneta: A Boring World Where the Concept of Dirty Jokes Doesn’t Exist


Genre: Ecchi, Comedy

Where to Watch: Funimation, AnimeLab (AU)

Plot: The title already did the work of pulling you in, I mean c’mon. Apparently this series also has a plot, In an alternate future, Japanese authorities are cracking down on anyone caught using any risque language or distributing lewd materials in the country. Enter Tanukichi Okuma, who is blackmailed into joining a terrorist organization that performs ‘obscene acts.’



Genre: Sci-Fi

Where to Watch: Crunchyroll, Daisuki, Hulu, AnimeLab (AU)

Plot: In an alternate world, a small percentage of children are able to manifest superpowers upon reaching puberty. Yuu Otosaka, a boy who discovers his powers keeps it a secret from others to live a fairly normal, average school life. However, he is caught red-handed by the mysterious Nao Tomori and is forced to transfer to Hoshinoumi Academy, where he and the other student council members must help students who have trouble controlling their abilities.

Ushio and Tora

Ushio and Tora

Genre: Action, Fantasy, Comedy

Where to Watch: Crunchyroll

Plot: Ushio and Tora centers around the travels and battles of Ushio Aotsuki, who is constantly being stalked and aided by a gigantic, supernatural and sometimes invisible tiger-like monster. It received the Shogakukan Manga Award for shōnen in 1992 and did I mention there are going to be 39 episodes of it.

Everyday Life with Monster Girls

Monster Girls

Genre: Comedy, Ecchi, Fantasy

Where to Watch: Crunchyroll, Daisuki

Plot: Three years ago, the Japanese government published the existence of mythical creatures like centaurs, harpies, and lamias and passed a legal bill, the ‘Interspecies Cultural Exchange Act’. Since then, the “liminals” have become a part of human society, living with ordinary families like foreign exchange students and au-pair visitors, with restrictions though. Enter Kimihito Kurusu, he did not volunteer for the exchange program, but apparently is housing a half human, half snake called Mia due to some unseen instances. However that was just the start to his ever increasing list of worries.

Castle Town Dandelion

Castle Town

Genre: Comedy, Supernatural

Where to Watch: Funimation

Plot: This series revolves around the Sakurada family, a family of nine super-powered siblings whose father is the king. It focuses on Akane, the fourth eldest, who is extremely shy. However, the actions of her and her siblings are constantly being recorded and broadcast on TV, allowing the citizens to choose which one to elect as the next king.

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