Top new anime series to keep you occupied during this coronavirus lockdown
Spring is almost running out and new anime shows keep popping up. But which one is really good to watch? You probably must have watched the popular anime movies like the Philosopher’s grandchild and yet still hungry for more. We understand that very well and that is why we have listed some top new anime series to keep you occupied during this coronavirus lockdown. So, while you stay at home because you have to keep the distance and avoid adding a +1 to the numbers of COVID-19 case around the globe, if grinding some groceries is the only thing to do now, watching some awesome new anime shows could help kill the boredom.
Top new anime series
These anime series are new and ongoing, but really fun and entertaining to watch. If you are one of the big fans of the most popular card games anime Yu Gi Oh, then we’ve got something for you. And for the big fans of Isekai anime types, then there is good news for you as well. Well without saying too much and making the whole story to the Top news anime series lengthy and boring, let’s get started!
Kami no Tou(Tower of God)
Tower of God centers around a boy called Twenty-Fifth Bam, who has spent most of his life trapped beneath a vast and mysterious Tower, with only his close friend, Rachel, to keep him company. When Rachel enters the Tower, Bam manages to open the door into it as well, and faces challenges at each floor of this tower as he tries to find his closest companion.
“The Tower” is a mysterious structure that is completely enclosed and hosts many unique environments. It is permeated by an element called “Shinsu”, which has strange properties similar to the magic in other comic universes.
It is inhabited by many different intelligent species. Living on the top floors is associated with a higher status in the Tower and better living conditions. This is a result of ascension from one floor to the next being only allowed bypassing increasingly difficult tests of strength, dexterity and wit.
Those former Regulars who reach the top of the Tower are known as Rankers and are generally much more powerful than others. Rankers are often put to work administering the lower floors.
At the top of the Tower sit the “10 Great Families”, which form the governing body of the Tower. A figure known as King Jahad is the chief leader of this body. Wikipedia
Hachi-nan tte, Sore wa Nai deshou!
If you are a big fan of the Isekia, then this anime The 8th Son? Are You Kidding Me? is one to go for. It is a Japanese fantasy light novel series written by Y.A. and illustrated by Fuzichoco.
Shingo Ichinomiya, a 25-year-old man working at a firm company, while thinking of tomorrow’s busy working day, goes to sleep.
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However, when he woke up, he found himself in a room unknown to him and realized that he is inside a 6-years-old body, taking over his body and mind. He soon learns from the memories of the boy that the boy was born as the youngest child of a poor noble family living in a backcountry.
Having no administrative skills, he can’t do anything to manage the vast land his family has. Fortunately, he is blessed with a very rare talent, the talent of magic. Unfortunately, while his talent could bring prosperity to his family, in his situation it only brought disaster.
This is the story of the boy, Wendelin Von Benno Baumeister, opening his own path in a harsh world.
For the Yu-Gi-Oh fans, this is a new anime show to remind you of the old good moments of Yu-Gi-Oh Duel monsters as well as Yi-Gi-Oh Arc V or Yu-Gi-Oh Zexal and not to forget Yu-Gi-Oh GX.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Sevens, stylized as Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS is a Japanese anime series animated by Bridge. It is the sixth spin-off anime series in the Yu-Gi-Oh! the franchise, succeeding Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS, and commemorates the 20th anniversary of the Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters anime series.
The anime takes place in the futuristic town of Gōha and stars Yūga Ōdō, a fifth-grade, elementary school student, who loves both inventions. Yuga was able to install a new dueling program into the duel system which he called the Rus Duel. The Rush duel could allow duelers to draw cards until they have up to 5 cards per turn.
The Rush Duel is similar to Speed Duels we saw in Yu-Gi-Oh VRAINS. However, unlike Speed Duels, Rush Duels come with their own special rules. Normal Summoning is unlimited, though Tribute Summon rules for Level 5 or higher monsters still apply.
All card effects are “hard” once per turn, meaning a certain card’s effect can only be used once during that turn. There is special satisfaction required for the player to fulfill before card effects can be used. Players can only use cards designed for Rush Duels, which have a special frame and a “RUSH DUEL” tag at the bottom of the card. Cards based on monsters from the main card game are known as “Legend Cards”. Each player is only allowed one copy of one Legend Card in their deck.