12 Netflix Anime Titles Worth Watching In 2022, Entertainment News

Netflix has beefed up its anime library over the past few years, including plenty of exclusives. The movie 2022 is no different, with a slew of new launches and a continuation of the popular series announced for the year during the last day one and day two live broadcasts on Netflix Anime Japan.

Fans of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, Ghost in a Shell, and Kakegurui fans will be thrilled to roll out new chapters in their stories soon. Check out the list of upcoming Netflix anime in 2022 below.

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure STONE OCEAN Episodes 13-24

The second installment of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure STONE OCEAN premieres in the latter half of 2022. Episodes 13 through 24 continue the Joestar family’s legacy with Jolyne, as she and her cohorts deal with new Stand users behind the bars of Green Dolphin Street Prison.

Episodes 13 to 24 release in late 2022. You can catch up on the first 12 episodes of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure STONE OCEAN while you wait.

Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045 – Season 2

Season 2 of the near-future sci-fi Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045 continues the story of a fully synthetic cyborg Motoko Kusanagi as he tackles cybercrime in the year 2045. After tracking down a source in California, Major Motoko Kusanagi and her public security, the crew of Division 9 returns to Tokyo as the threat increases. Beyond human being more daring.

Season two releases on May 23. While you wait, stream Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045 Season 1 on Netflix.

Ultraman – Season Two

Decades ago, a superstar hero left this world in peace. Now, Ultraman’s son must rise to protect Earth from a new alien threat. He is joined by Seven, Ace, Zoffy, Jack, and Taro – together, the United Ultraman Brothers take on the new alien threat.

Season 2 premieres on April 14. Stream the first season of Ultraman on Netflix now.

Spurgeon

The legendary comic book that took the ’90s storm has been vividly reimagined in 2D and 3D CG animation. The Spriggans are the secret elite agents of an organization that works to conceal the traces of an ancient civilization to prevent its power from being misused by others. Follow their struggle as they battle greedy companies and individuals in this venture.

Originally scheduled for release in 2021 (delayed), Spriggan will begin broadcasting on June 18.

Vampire in the garden

In a world where humans fight vampires for survival, there is a legend that once upon a time humans and vampires lived in harmony in a place called Eden. This is the story of a young girl, Momo, and a vampire, Vine, who have a fateful encounter and set out on a journey to find heaven, Aiden.

Another late title, Vampire in the Garden premieres May 16.

Kakigurui twins

Kakegurui’s story takes place at Hyakkou Private Academy, an upscale high-class school where students are judged based solely on their gambling skills. Those who fail, fall into debt, become house slaves and have to pay off the debt with their lives.

Kakegurui Twin is part of the series, which is set before the original timeline. Here, you’ll follow Marie Saotome as she sets off at the private Hyakkou Academy.

The Kakegurui Twin is expected to be released in August 2022. You can stream the original stories, Kakegurui Season 1 and 2, on Netflix.

The Seven Deadly Sins: Edinburgh’s Grudge

A Netflix original of The Seven Deadly Sins, the first part of this movie series has been released sometime in 2022. You will follow the story of Meliodas’ son, Tristan, in The Seven Deadly Sins: Grudge of Edinburgh when it comes out later. public.

Baki Hanma – Season 2

In Season 1, to gain the skills he needs to beat his powerful father, Baki Hanma enters the Arizona State Prison to confront the notorious prisoner known as Mr. Unchained. Now in Season 2, as Baki continues his confrontation with his father, he will face Bickle, a Neanderthal from the Cretaceous period. This martial arts series is sure to stir up cinematic fight scenes.

The second season will be released later in 2022, but you can watch Baki Hanma Season 1 on Netflix.

tiger and rabbit 2

11 years after the original superhero-themed anime for hire, comes Tiger & Bunny 2. The original story is set in 1978 New York, and veteran hero Kotetsu T. Kaburagi (Wild Tiger) pairs up with rookie hero Barnaby Brooks Jr. They share the same superpower. But the pair have a hard time working together, as they constantly clash over their philosophies about what it means to be a superhero.

In the second season, with the number of superheroes growing around the world, how will these two heroes perform?

Tiger & Bunny 2 will be released on April 8th.

A lonely young boy moves into a dilapidated apartment building by himself and makes friends with a broken manga artist who lives next door. It explores the social themes of living in Japan in an endearing and humorous way.

Stream all 10 episodes of Kotaro Lives Alone on Netflix now.

Therma Rome Nova

Lucius, a bath designer in the Roman Empire, accidentally travels to present-day Japan and the Edo period and learns about Japanese bath culture. This comedy series was originally planned for 2021, but its release has been delayed until this year.

Thermae Romae Novae flows in from March 28.

bubble

An original anime film directed by Tetsuro Araki and WIT STUDIO (the minds behind the hugely popular Attack on Titan anime), Bubble takes place in Tokyo, after bubbles break the laws of gravity that rained down on the world. Tokyo has become a battleground for the battles of the parkour team.

In the midst of this, a young parkour ace Hibiki meets Ota, a girl with mysterious powers. Their encounter changes the fate of the world.

Bubble is available on Netflix from April 28th.

Coming in 2023: Akuma Kun

Akuma-kun is the story of a boy trying to create a society in which humanity realizes its true potential and lives happily, with the help of some unexpected allies. It will be released in 2023.

ALSO READ: Netflix shines with parkour-inspired anime Bubble, from the original Attack on Titan studio

This article was first published on Geek Culture.

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