Best anime manga recommendations for 2023


The world of anime is huge and it’s constantly growing. With all these different titles out there, it can be hard to keep up with them all. Here are some recommendations for anime manga you should watch in the year 2023:

My Hero Academia

My Hero Academia is a manga and anime series that takes place in an alternate universe, where everyone has superpowers known as quirks. The main character, Izuku Midoriya, is one of the few people without a quirk; his goal is to become a superhero so he can protect those who don’t have powers like him.

The series follows Izuku’s journey from being bullied at school for being different to becoming one of the most powerful heroes with his classmates All Might and Ashido at the end of their first year in high school together with Bakugo who has been hiding his own abilities ever since he was young because he didn’t want anyone causing trouble for him after losing everything including friends due to Quirk related issues during middle school graduation ceremony held just before summer break started (which led them all off campus).

One Punch Man

One Punch Man is the story of Saitama, a hero who can defeat any foe with one punch. He has no special powers or skills, but he trains relentlessly to become stronger so that he can protect his town and its people.

The manga runs for over 50 volumes and tells the story of how Saitama came to be able to defeat every enemy with one punch. There are also side stories where we see how other heroes train in order to become stronger themselves. The anime adaptation follows these storylines closely enough that it’s worth watching even if you haven’t read/watched any of the source material yet!

If you’re interested in reading this series but don’t want to commit yourself all at once (or maybe just need something short), I recommend starting with volume 1 since each volume contains five episodes (with one episode per volume).

Kimetsu no Yaiba

Kimetsu no Yaiba is a shonen manga series written and illustrated by Koyoharu Gotouge. The series follows Tanjiro Kamado, a young man who becomes cursed with the power to see the evil spirits of the dead.

After dying in battle against his rival, Tanjiro’s soul is sent back to Earth where he finds himself unable to leave his body because of an invisible barrier surrounding it. Unable to leave until he finds something that can break this barrier, Tanjiro embarks on an adventure into various worlds filled with demons and ghosts—a journey which will lead him down paths well-known from other anime/manga series!

Love Is War

Love Is War is a romantic comedy manga that follows the story of a high school student named Keima Katsuragi, who finds himself in love with his classmate Ruri. As Keima tries to get Ruri’s attention, he discovers that she has a secret admirer—and it’s not just any admirer: it’s him!

Not only does this manga have an interesting setting (high school), but it also has some great characters like Midori and Anri. You’ll enjoy reading about how these two deal with their problems as well as exploring their love lives.

The Promised Neverland

The Promised Neverland is a manga series written and illustrated by Kaiu Shirai. It began serialization in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine on May 9, 2016.

The story follows a young boy named Oliver who lives with his mother Mary after being orphaned at an early age. He has no memory of his father or any other family members; however one day while playing outside they discover a hidden room in their home where they find a strange woman named Mrs. Lucy who tells them that she was once part of a group called “Children of the Night” which took care of orphans like Oliver until they were old enough to be sent out into the world by themselves…


These are just a few of the titles that we hope you’ll enjoy this year. We know there are many more great titles out there, so we can’t wait to see what the next decade brings!