Best Anime To Watch If You Love Attack On Titan

Here is everything you need to know about the best anime to watch if you love Attack On Titan.

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Kabaneri Of The Iron FortressKabaneri Of The Iron Fortress: Best Anime To Watch

Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress is set in a steampunk version of a classic samurai anime. The land has been overrun with zombies and most of humanity tries to survive within walled cities or on armored trains.

Tetsuro Araki, the director of this series, also was in charge of most of the anime adaptation of Attack on Titan. That’s why this anime has a very familiar vibe to it and why fans should dig it.

Neon Genesis EvangelionNeon Genesis Evangelion

Neon Genesis Evangelion is one of the most well-regarded anime of all time. It only had one season but has lived on through manga adaptations, video games, and reboot movies. The last of which can be streamed on Amazon whereas the rest of the series is on Netflix.

It takes place in a future wherein angels keep attacking Earth and the only ones who can stop them are angsty teenagers in giant mechs. It has a lot of themes shared with Attack on Titan including many that would be too much of a spoiler to get into.

Fullmetal Alchemist: BrotherhoodFullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood: Best Anime To Watch

An all-time classic, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood sits alongside Attack on Titan as a staple gateway anime. The show is of such high quality, it is basically an automatic recommendation for any anime fan. It’s said, FMA: B and AoT share more things in common than just mainstream appeal.

Both series explore human experimentation, obsession, and grief. While not always the focus, they also envision complex political climates and touch upon philosophical themes. Last but not least, both anime have fantastic characters, action, world-building, and animation.

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Saga Of Tanya The EvilSaga Of Tanya The Evil: Best Anime To Watch If You Love Attack On Titan

Prior to Attack on Titan: The Final Season, Saga of Tanya the Evil would not have been considered a viable recommendation. Nowadays, the isekai anime feels almost cut from the same cloth as AoT. Both shows deal with warring nations and have an aesthetic inspired by the World Wars.

The Saga of Tanya the Evil is less ambiguous than AoT. The anime does not paint Tanya’s actions as unequivocally good. In fact, Tanya is considerably more selfish and unforgivable than Eren, hence the “evil” in the title.

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God EaterGod Eater

Ufotable’s adaptation of Bandai Namco’s RPG series comes jam-packed with stellar action sequences. It comes along with a sense of mystery surrounding both the characters and the world. In an alternate future where Earth has become home to enormous beasts called Aragami.

The Fenrir’s members are tasked with using special weapons to defeat these monsters and protect humanity. Narratively, God Eater takes quite a long time to pick up steam, and the characters are not particularly memorable. However, Ufotable can always be relied upon to deliver unforgettable action scenes, and God Eater is no exception.

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