Attack on Titan is one of the most famous anime in recent years. Starting in April 2013, Attack on Titan gained a lot of fans with its twenty-five episodes and action-packed first season ending with a great cliffhanger. Fans have rooted for the anime, and it was worth rooting for.
With the finale having aired on November 5, 2023, fans are having mixed reactions. Many felt nostalgia, excitement, and sadness as the finale aired, while a few were disappointed that it ended so quickly.
There’s still hope for the Attack on Titan fans as volume 35 is set to release sometime around the end of April 2024, along with an art book. That’s some good news for the fans who were sad to see the anime come to an end.
With that aside, if you like Attack on Titan and want some more anime with a similar plot line and genre, we’ve got a few just for you. If you like such intense battle anime, you will love to read about Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 242.
Here are five anime to watch if you love Attack on Titan:
5. Kabaneri of the Iron Fort (12 Episodes):
If you want an anime where the main character is similar to Eren, who is considered an enemy of humanity, this one is for you.
Kabaneri of the Iron Fort is a similar type of anime coming from WIT Studios, the same animation company behind the first 3 seasons of Attack on Titan. The world is crawling with zombified monsters that infect humans and turn them into zombies.
Similar to the Attack on Titan, the people live in barricaded villages that are connected through railways. The main character’s village gets attacked by the zombies, and the hero gets bit by one of them. He manages to stops the spread of the virus, however its too late for him. He is neither a human nor a zombie.
Will his people accept him? What does the future hold for him?
This breath taking thriller anime is available to stream on Netflix.
4. Berserk 1997 (25 Episodes):
Berserk is one of the highest rated manga loved by many manga and anime fans around the world. Berserk is a story about a man named Guts. He is neither potrayed as a hero nor a villain, rather a wandering traveller seeking revenge for the death of this group from this once best friend.
Berserk is filled with dark twists and takes a completely different approach to traditional hero narratives. In a world filled with brutal monsters, Guts life takes a tragic turn. With his relentless will to survive, Guts joins the Band of the Hawk, led by Griffith. Will Guts life change, or is he led an into even darker path?
Berserk 1997’s animation quality and its faithfullness to the source material makes it the best adaptation of the manga. You can watch it right now on Crunchyroll.
3. Tokyo Ghoul (48 episodes, 2 seasons):
Kaneki Ken, just an ordinary student trying to enjoy a coffee shop date, finds himself plunged into a nightmarish existence after a fateful encounter goes wrong, leaving him a half-ghoul.
His life takes a spine-tingling turn as he stumbles upon a peculiar cafe where ghouls reside peacefully, surviving on the remains of those who’ve met their natural ends rather than feasting on the living. But this uneasy peace shatters when a relentless band of ghouls covets the extraordinary powers Kaneki possesses as a half-ghoul.
Caught in a life-threatening tug-of-war between relentless investigators and the bloodthirsty ghouls hunting him down, Kaneki moves on the cliff of danger and discovery. If you are a fan of Psychological thrillers, Tokyo Ghoul is a must-watch for you. You can watch it on Netflix.
2. Blue Exorcist (2 seasons, 24+12):
In a world terrorized by the demons from the underworld, you find yourself the son of Satan. Would you take the side of humans or the side of demons?
After an encounter with the demonic forces goes wrong, Rin Okamura decides to join the True Cross Academy, waging a war against his infernal bloodline.
Join the journey as Rin struggles for his place in this world along with his brother and the comrades at the academy as they exorcise the demons. For fans of supernatural stories and a hint of teenage rebellion, Blue Exorcist is the perfect anime to watch.
You delve deeper into the life of Rin by catching up to the manga. Watch it on Crunchyroll and Hulu right now.
1. God Eater (13 Episodes):
In the year 2071, humans live in fear of man-eating monsters like monsters Aragami, who brought humanity to extinction. God-eaters, the last line of defense against them, fight with specially designed weapons called God Arcs.
Lenka Utsugi, a recruit who is determined to make a change against the fight with Aragami, falls down the rabbit hole filled with mysteries and conspiracies. He begins his training with the mysterious Fenrir organization organization, on a quest for survival.
If you are a fan of fast-paced action anime with jaw-dropping animation and suspense, God Eater is worth giving a try. You can watch it on Crunchyroll. Since this anime is made from the games released on PC and PS4, you can give them a try as well.
0. Bonus – Attack on Titan: Junior High
If you’ve watched Attack on Titan, you should definitely give this spin-off a try. This takes on the anime with a humorous approach. Rather than calling it a shonen anime, we can even call it a slice-of-life with the fun it brings to the screens.
Watch Attack on Titan: Junior High to watch all your favorite AOT characters have a fun interaction rather than a gore and action-packed fights.
These are a few anime worth trying to watch with a similar plotline, like Attack on Titan. Write down what you think about this, and make sure to tell us your recommendations for the anime with a similar plot.
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