Top 5 Best Longest Animes to Binge-Watch 

Looking for animes that are worth binge-watching? Whatever genre an anime is, it will never go out of style for Otakus. From 12-episode animes and mid-length ones to hundreds or thousands of episodes, they are all waiting for you to be discovered. If you’ve been browsing the internet for anime recommendations, don’t worry, I got your back! Below, I have compiled my top 5 most favorite lengthy animes which I didn’t help but to continue craving for more episodes after another. 

1. Black Clover 

Black Clover
Black Clover. (Photo: IGN)

If you love fantasy and magic, instantly, add Black Clover to your watchlists. Raised in an orphanage, Asta, with no magic power, and Yuno, both wanted to become the next Wizard King as they developed a friendly rivalry when they were kids. They embark on their journey to the Clover Kingdom to achieve their dream and aspiration, Asta will join the infamous Black Bulls while Yuno will be chosen by the Golden Dawn’s captain, William Vangeance. From there, they will encounter perilous adventures, friendship, deception, and vengeance as they try to fight the Eye of the Midnight’s Sun and the Dark Triad of the Spade Kingdom. 

2. HunterXHunter

HunterxHunter. (Photo: blerdsonline)

Akin to Black Clover, Hunterxhunter revolves around an exciting adventure of Gon Freecs who departs on a journey to find his father Gong Freecs who happened to be a renowned hunter. Gon, then, tried to take the Hunter’s examination by the Hunter’s Association and meet several Hunter’s aspirants and eventually became friends with them: Kurapika, Leorio, and Killua. He will also encounter the mysterious and deadly transmuter Hisoka Morrow who takes an interest in him. Gon with his friends except Killua will pass the Hunter’s examination. 

Their journey will continue as they go to Heaven’s Arena, clash with Phantom Troupe led by Chrollo Lucilfer, fight the Chimera Ants with their king Meruem, and play Greed Island. And Gon finally meets his father. 

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3. Naruto

Naruto. (Photo: epguides)

Naruto Uzumaki, a young ninja in training. Born an orphan, Naruto is a jokester who will do anything to get attention. He receives poor grades at the Ninja Academy and is avoided by the majority of the village’s adults. 

The secret of Naruto? His body serves as a prison for the Nine-Tailed Fox Demon, which 15 years ago came dangerously close to destroying the Village Hidden in the Leaves. 

As the teenage Naruto develops from a brattish misfit to a potent ninja with the potential to become the next Hokage or the head of Konoha village, the series continues an epic journey. 

4. Attack on Titan

Attack on Titan
Attack on Titan. (Photo: ctrlgeekgirl)

Titans are typically several stories, lack intelligence, and devour people. Worse yet, they appear to do so for pleasure rather than as a means of surviving. A small portion of mankind managed to survive by walling themselves off in a region that was guarded by walls that were even higher than the tallest of giants. The last time a giant appeared on Earth was more than a century ago. One day, a colossal titan that materializes out of thin air devastates the city walls, and 10-year-old Eren and his foster sister Mikasa witness this horrifying event. 

The two kids watch in horror as their mother is devoured alive while the smaller Titans invade the city. Eren swears to kill each titan to exact vengeance for humanity. 

5. Haikyu

Haikyu. (Photo: ani4u)

Hinata Shouyou, a short middle school student, suddenly gained a love of volleyball after watching a national championship match on TV. Determined to become like the championship’s star player, a short boy nicknamed “the small giant”, Shouyou joined his school’s volleyball club. Unfortunately, he was the only member, and the club didn’t have so much as a place to practice. He didn’t let that deter him, however, and, upon finally acquiring 5 other players in his final year, was able to compete in an actual competition – only for his team to be unlucky enough to face the championship favorite and its star player, Kageyama Tobio, called “the king of the court”, in the first round. 

Despite the humiliating loss suffered by Shouyou’s team, he makes a commitment to improve and finally overcome Kageyama. Shouyou is now beginning his freshman year of high school, the same one he originally observed competing in the national finals. The next time they compete on the court, he’s going to dominate Kageyama after joining the volleyball team, putting in a ton of practice, and doing so. …or at least that is what Shouyou initially intended, before realizing that Kageyama and he are now attending the same school. They have skills that the volleyball team surely needs, but only if they can put their differences aside and start cooperating with one another.

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