Tubi's Best Free Anime Series You Can Watch

Tubi's Best Free Anime Series You Can Watch ...

Tubi TV is the way to go. The app contains free movies and TV shows that should satisfy most people looking for a quick, quick-paced Western live-action film for a weekend (or a year). The service also has a lot on offer, including Mr. Show with Bob and David.

Tubi's anime collection is impressive even for Japanese animation; here are some of Tubi's finest free anime.

Each anime's Japanese title includes a link to the show's Tubi page.

Hunter X Hunter

Japanese Title Hunter x Hunter (2011)
Episodes 148
Genre Battle Shonen

Fans of Yoshihiro Togashi are in for a treat as Tubi has both Yu Hakusho and Hunter x Hunter. Both series are among the finest shonen anime of all time, with the former excelling as a more traditional narrative (outside the spectacular "Chapter Black" arc) and the latter taking a more experimental approach.

Hunter x Hunter is centered around Gon's desire to follow his father's lead and become a hunter, a role that sees him confronting many villains and monsters as a starting point.

Toradora!

Japanese Title Toradora!
Episodes 25
Genre Comedy, Romance

Toradora!, one of the most well-known anime romcoms, reimagines the ancient notion that opposites attract. Contrary to what their appearances might suggest, Ryuuji Takasu is gentle and gentle, while Taiga Aisaka, petite, is known for violent outbursts. When they both discover crushes on the other person's best friend, Ryuuji and Taiga decide to collaborate to increase their chances of finding love.

Toradora! is a well-known series that combines fantastic animation with heartfelt dialogue, humorous humor, and a sad ending that tugs at the heartstrings. While the anime's popularity inspired many imitators, Toradora! is no longer as fresh as it was in 2008, but that does not diminish the show's appeal.

Ranma 1/2

Japanese Title Ranma 1/2
Episodes 159
Genre Comedy

Ranma 1/2 is a no-nonsense gender-bender anime, and it is hilarious. Ranma Saotome's life becomes much more complicated when he must choose between three potential suitors after being cursed to change genders when he is swarmed with water.

Ranma 1/2 is worth all it costs to develop this romantic premise, and the first few seasons devote the majority of their time to humor rather than romance. Some people may be tempted by the anime's age, but Ranma 1/2 is still enjoyable in 2022 as it was during the early 1990s.

Naruto

Japanese Title Naruto
Episodes 220
Genre Battle Shonen

Naruto: Shippuden, a film by Studio Pierrot, needs no introduction by this point. The anime was unquestionably superior during the 2000s, and while many might argue that Naruto: Shippuden improves upon its predecessor in many ways, the original series retains many of the franchise's greatest points.

Tubi should assist those who grew up with Team 7 and wish to relive the glory days of the Chunin Exams and Sasuke Recovery Mission arcs. Naruto is available both in dubbed and subbed versions.

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure

Japanese Title JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken
Episodes 152
Genre Battle Shonen

The anime adaptation of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure of Stone Ocean will be available on Netflix in December 2021, but those who want to see it first do not need to subscribe to Tubi. All of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure's pre-Stone Ocean main seasons may be streamed on Tubi, bringing in a total of 152 over-the-top episodes.

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure is more than a meme. Following a somewhat dismal start, the anime gains traction during its second and third seasons, introducing not only an iconic power system, but also characters who are worthy of them.

Reborn!

Japanese Title Katekyo Hitman Reborn!
Episodes 203
Genre Battle Shonen

Katekyo Hitman Reborn! isn't particularly well-known anymore because it exists in the shadow of more popular shonen anime. Outside of a tense start, Reborn! does everything right.

Reborn! is a brief story about a weak protagonist who is visited by a (cool) baby and told that he will be the next head of the Mafia family. Superpowers, time-traveling, loving secondary characters, and a lot of great fights make up this fantastic shonen anime.

Mushi-Shi

Japanese Title Mushishi
Episodes 26
Genre Fantasy, Slice of Life

Mushi-Shi is a beautiful and (mostly) relaxing program that follows Ginko, a Mushi Master who travels around Japan searching for spirits that might or might not be causing havoc for humans. However, Mushi-Shi is mostly slow-paced and atmospheric, often employing Ginko as an outside observer of the Mushi's natural environment.

Mushi-Shi is a moving program that may be an acquired taste in its early stages, but it is likely to rank among people's favorites if the anime clicks.

Ergo Proxy

Japanese Title Ergo Proxy
Episodes 23
Genre Sci-Fi

Ergo Proxy, an anime adaptation, is an unsettling sci-fi thriller set in a distant future where humanity lives alongside androids. When the latter gain power and begin to commit murders, Re-I Mayer is assigned the task of investigating the cause of these crimes.

Ergo Proxy weaves a gripping tale that touches upon quite a few philosophical beliefs. The anime creates a familiar but cold world, one that has a dream-like quality to it. The show's few dull moments are worth pursuing in order to reach its high points.

A Certain Scientific Railgun

Japanese Title Toaru Kagaku no Railgun
Episodes 48
Genre Sci-Fi, Action

Tubi has the first two seasons of A Certain Magical Index, but it is the spin-off from the same program that ranks among the best free anime series on Netflix. Mikoto Misaka is thrust to the forefront, focusing on the powerful Esper's closest friendships and the obstacles she faces in accepting help from her peers.

A Certain Scientific Railgun rarely slows down, particularly during season 2's excellent opening sequence.

Tiger & Bunny

Japanese Title Tiger & Bunny
Episodes 25
Genre Action, Superhero

My Hero Academia was certainly not the first anime to focus on superheroes, and an argument may be made that it isn't the best either. Sunrise's Tiger & Bunny envisions an alternate reality in which empowered heroes are commercialized, with their life-saving actions appearing in a reality show and competition.

The title refers to the story's central partnership: the aged Tiger and the youthful Bunny. Like the best buddy cop films, these two are forced to work together and, like Tiger and Bunny, they initially hate each other before becoming great friends. Tiger & Bunny has a fantastic cast of supporting actors and villains, as well as consistently outstanding animation and world-building.

Great Teacher Onizuka

Japanese Title GTO: Great Teacher Onizuka
Episodes 43
Genre Comedy, Drama

GTO is a comedy classic about an ex-gang leader who decides to become a high school teacher out of the goodness of his heart and without any ulterior motives. OK, the latter part might be slightly incorrect, but Onizuka truly desires to improve his students' lives, something that is easier said than done.

GTO is funny and features some of the funniest facial expressions in anime history. It also addresses important issues like bullying, and it generally handles them fairly well. Many series achieve this feat by combining comedy and drama. The dark scenes do not appear to be tone-deaf.

Ouran High School Host Club

Japanese Title Ouran Koukou Host Club
Episodes 26
Genre Comedy, Romance

The Most Popular Shoujo anime of All Time Except for Sailor Moon and Fruits Basket is deservedly acknowledged by Haruhi, who attends the Ouran Academy Host Club after acquiring debt with them.

Ouran High School Host Club is a funny comedy that takes you to each of its main characters while giving you plenty of time to focus on them. Romance is also a component of the show, although it isn't a major focus on most episodes.

One-Punch Man

Japanese Title One Punch Man
Episodes 12
Genre Superhero

In today's world, superheroes are unavoidable, and this applies to anime as well. Saitama, as the title foreshadows, defeats every opponent with a single punch.

The protagonist's overwhelming strength produces a slew of funny moments when planet-threatening villains are reduced to jobbers by a bored hero who is more eager to make it in time for a sale at the local shop.

Cowboy Bebop

Japanese Title Cowboy Bebop
Episodes 26
Genre Sci-Fi

Cowboy Bebop's live-action adaptation received little attention, although the '90s anime is now available on Tubi and a number of other platforms. It's a multifaceted sci-fi action epic, a case study of haunted by the past, and a heartbreaking drama.

Cowboy Bebop is a show that responds to a viewer's mood and life experiences in a significant way, increasing the anime's replayability. The opening song is also exceptional.

Death Note

Japanese Title Death Note
Episodes 37
Genre Thriller

Death Note, a classic entry-level series, has the most famous cat-and-mouse chase in anime. Light, a teen prodigy with an ego bigger than the sun, has access to the Death Note, a book that allows its owner to kill someone by writing in their name.

Light sets out to spread his ideology of justice throughout the world, assuming the public persona of Kira. Naturally, this attracts the attention of the authorities, who recruit a super detective in the shape of L. This marks the start of the ultimate swords match.

The Disastrous Life Of Saiki K.

Japanese Title Saiki Kusuo no -nan
Episodes 24
Genre Comedy

Kusuo Saiki is a gifted psychic that he can surpass Shigeo Kageyama of Mob Psycho 100. He only wants to live a normal and uneventful existence. This dream proves to be anything but straightforward as Saiki's life is constantly invaded by the least ordinary people at his school.

The Disastrous Life of Saiki K., a sketch series, is a funny feel-good comedy with a cast of characters that are equally strong as in any other anime. Outside of Gintama's Shinpachi, Saiki might just be the finest straight man in any anime comedy.

Psycho-Pass

Japanese Title Psycho-Pass
Episodes 22
Genre Thriller

Tubi has only season 1 of Psycho-Pass, but it's enough to recommend this psychological thriller anime. Psycho-Pass blends action, social intrigue, and tense ideological battles to create a gripping narrative without a single wasted moment.

Psycho-Pass can be a bit gruesome at times, so it isn't suitable for a younger audience, but it's a great option for adults who are just starting to watch anime.