Shonen anime is the most popular medium in this history, with a slew of amazing stories that have become popular for all the right reasons. While the realm of shonen has tried several settings, there''s always something special about the traditional battle shonen manga that has enraptured and captivated people from all over the world once and once.
Some long-running sci-fi anime adaptations suffer from being encased in a bleak amount of filler, which is actually detrimental to the series'' quality. Fortunately, the following anime do not suffer in this regard and allow people to sit through their entire runtime without having to skip through hours of boring filler.
10 My Hero Academia
While My Hero Academia isn''t completely out of reach, the amount of anime-original content is so limited that this will no longer be an issue. Most people who love the show will not mind seeing a few extra episodes featuring their favorite characters!
My Hero Academia''s journey is quite succinct, and the animation is fantastic. It''s a fantastic show with excellent plotting that isn''t hampered by unnecessary and unwanted filler arcs.
9 JoJo''''s Bizarre Adventure
JoJo''s Bizarre Adventure is one of the best shonen mangas of all time, but the series is pretty old. It was clear that adapting this series would be a major task, but David Production has done a fantastic job with it.
The fact that all seasons of JoJo''s Bizarre Adventure feature absolutely no fillers does wonder for the show''s pace. This is a fantastic series that will be loved by anyone who likes the whole shonen anime.
8 Attack On Titan
Every fan is familiar with the legendary statue of Attack on Titan. It took a few twists and turns, turning a traditional battle dwindling anime into one of the most powerful and most powerful animes of all time.
The last season of Attack on Titan has not ended, but fans have already categorized it as one of the greatest anime ever produced. This season, fans of shonen anime that don''t meander will have a great time binge-watching.
7 Yu Yu Hakusho
Given the time in which Yu Yu Hakusho was featured, it''s genuinely disappointing to see that this show has absolutely no screen space! This is great, given that fans may enjoy one of the best shows around without having to skip certain episodes.
While Yu Yu Hakusho concludes on a rather tepid note, the anime''s arcs are still quite impressive in their own right. It also features one of the greatest tournament arcs in battle shonen history, which is stating something given the amount of popularity this type of arc is in most anime.
6 Hunter X Hunter
Yoshihiro Togashi, one of the greatest mangaka of all time, written both Yu Hakusho and Hunter X Hunter. The latter is still ongoing to today and is one of the best battle shonen manga ever made.
The 2011 anime is one of the best ways to experience this masterpiece and catch up until the point where the series'''' interruptions get too much to bear. It''s a remarkable feat in itself that this anime only has two recap episodes in a show that covers almost 150 episodes.
5 Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
Fullmetal Alchemist is a manga that is so popular that it has two anime adaptations. The first one is quite faithful to the manga until it has caught up, following which it decided to pursue an original story instead of waiting for it to develop.
The second adaptation, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, is one of the greatest anime ever made. This animated video, a riveting story, and a total lack of filler, are all putting this anime in a class of its own.
4 Parasyte: The Maxim
Parasyte: The Maxim is a manga adaptation that ended its run in the 90s, according to the animation companies Madhouse. The sheer amount of animation from this show is demonstrates why it''s so impressive.
Parasyte: The Maxim has a hefty narrative and some fantastic character moments that make it well worth a look. The show only spans 24 episodes and is completely out of use.
3 Jujutsu Kaisen
With a dazzling animation and great battle choreography, Jujutsu Kaisen absolutely burst onto the scene. The show''s take on Jujutsu Sorcerers, Curses, and others is quite straightforward to understand and pretty impressive.
The idea of a movie going out sooner than later is evident. Only time will tell how this anime will develop over time, although the manga is already in a pretty promising place.
2 Demon Slayer
It''s unlikely that Demon Slayer is mentioned in this conversation about a fresh battle shonen anime that is powerful animation. It''s quite straightforward, but it''s the amazing job that Ufotable has done with the adaptation that places it in a category of its own.
Demon Slayer features some of the most powerful battle scenes ever seen, with Tanjiro''s adventures and his fellow enemies making for a fantastic time. Another visual extravaganza was the Entertainment District, and fans can''t wait to see the future arcs that Ufotable has in place.
1 One Punch Man
When the first season of One Punch Man was released, the quality of Madhouse''s animation combined with the funnyness made it a class of its own.
The second season may have experienced a noticeable drop in the animation, but the story is still impressive. Unfortunately, the third season is still to be announced, and fans will''t wait to see how Saitama''s legacy develops as the most powerful superhero of all time.