Greetings, Manga and Anime Lovers! If you enjoys epic anime battle scenes, high risks, and powerful anime characters, then this list is for you.
The 2019 was the year of action anime series and here we have a bunch of excellent action anime series for you to enjoy!
So without wasting any time here we have 22 best action anime series that we recommended you to watch from 2019.
22 Best Action Anime of 2019
Here are the best 22 action anime series of 2019 that we recommend you to watch.
22. Boogiepop and Others
If you’re searching for an entertaining light fiction anime, look no further than Boogiepop and others. It was also directed by Shingo Natsume and produced by Madhouse.
Shinyo Academy’s female students are having a discussions about an enigmatic supernatural being.
This is Boogiepop, a Shinigami who is said to kill people when they are at their most attractive before their charm fades.
21. Dr. Stone
A blinding green light hits the Earth, petrifying humanity all over the planet and transforming every single person into stone, just as Taiju starts his confession.
Several years later, Taiju awakens to discover that the industrial world has vanished, as nature has flourished during the year when civilization was at a standstill.
20. Psycho-Pass 3
The Sibyl System has allowed society’s mental states to be quantified on a numerical scale. A criminal may be apprehended using these crime coefficients before they commit a crime.
Is it, however, a complete system? Inspectors Kei Mikhail Ignatov and Arata Shindou’s careers with Public Safety Bureau’s Crime Investigation Department only recently started in this anime, so that remains to be seen.
Shindou and Ignatov are tasked with investigating the sinking of a ship carrying refugees, but they quickly realize it wasn’t a simple accident.
Meanwhile, a secret organization known as Bifrost is keeping an eye on them, but they aren’t the only ones who are interested in the two new Inspectors.
19. No guns life
It’s time to get to work. One of the best action animes of 2019 is No Weapons Life. The Berühren Corporation has made the technology for creating strong cyborg soldiers available to the general public.
The Extended are those that have been equipped with robotic components. One of these Extended’s, Juuzou Inui, was created as a soldier and has no recollection of his previous life.
However, now that the war is over, he runs a company that handles Extended-related accidents in the region.
18. Blade of the Immortal
Manji is a legendary swordsman who has been cursed with the ability to live indefinitely. He’s had enough of the death he’s brought into the world.
He has no abilities other than killing, so he devises a scheme to restore his life: for every good man he kills, he will destroy one hundred bad ones.
Manji’s proposal is accepted by the old witch who cursed him with immortality, and Manji sets out on his quest to destroy a thousand evil men.
On his path, he encounters Rin, a young girl who is out for revenge against the sword school members who murdered Rin’s family.
Rin and Manji embark on a journey together in the hopes of finding some kind of harmony. Many different enemies stand in their path.
Rin and Manji are often threatened, and that they must learn to live out their lives so that revenge does not destroy them.
17. Arifureta-From Commonplace to World’s Strongest
This is a new isekai anime that tells the story of Hajime Nagumo, an ordinary otaku who is humiliated by his classmates because of his friendship with Kaori, the class idol.
When he and the rest of his class are transported to a dream world, all of his classmates acquire strong magical powers.
He is deceived by one of his classmates during a dungeon raid and is thrown to the bottom of the dungeon.
He avoids the fall and develops arms in order to get out of the dungeon and grow stronger. As a result, in this new world, they are hailed as heroes and charged with saving humanity from extinction.
16. Sword Art Online Alicization War of Underworld
Kirito’s fluctlight is destroyed due to a sudden short-circuit caused by the raiders, leaving him comatose. Alice takes the unconscious Kirito back to their hometown because she is afraid of the people at the Axiom Church.
Ignoring her exile because of an unsolved crime. Alice is now living a normal, quiet life near the village, hoping Kirito would wake up. This series is jam-packed with action and romance, and you’ll love it.
15. Carole & Tuesday
If you’re an anime fan, you’re probably already familiar with Shinichir Watanabe, but if you’re not, it’ll be my privilege to educate you.
He is a well-known director who has directed various shows, the most recent of which is Carole & Tuesday.
The series is a labor of love about, well, the labor of love, a sci-fi modern fairy story about two young women’s ambition to make it big as musicians in a future where humans have long since colonized Mars, a world that feels both strange and fully lived in.
Carole & Tuesday is a noble effort that counts as one of the year’s best anime, if not Watanabe’s best.
Minor pacing problems and dubious representation aside, Carole & Tuesday is a noble effort that ranks as, if not Watanabe’s best, one of the year’s best anime to date.
The anime follows three middle-schoolers, Kazuki Yasaka, Kuji Toi, and Enta Jinnai, since they are turned into kappa, amphibious beak-faced monsters, after inadvertently insulting Keppi, Asakusa’s guardian spirit, by freeing him from the statue containing him.
To revert to human form, the three must exorcise kappa-zombies, malevolent poltergeists, by performing intricate dance numbers in a liminal realm and physically removing the zombies’ shirikodama, magical spheres reflecting human desire, from their anuses.
Sarazanmai is defined in the most tame, cursory way possible, and it only gets stranger from there on out.
Sarazanmai is no exception for Ikuhara, who is known for writing shows with socially aware premises and avant-garde visuals laden with labyrinthine degrees of subtextual scope.
Even realizing that, nothing will ever prepare you for the surprises in store for you in this episode.
13. Fruits Basket
Fruits Basket by Natsuki Takaya is a perennial favorite between shojo manga fans thanks to its fun slice-of-life story.
Fruits Basket follows Tohru Honda, a good hard working and ambitious high school student who is adopted by the Soma clan, a reclusive family whose members each have the reincarnated spirit of a Chinese Zodiac animal.
Tohru grows as a young girl while juggling the pressures of school and her new position as a surrogate representative of the Soma clan, unwittingly fostering the growth of each of the family members, tightening familial and romantic ties.
Fruits Basket is a charming romantic drama from 2019, with enough twists on the genre’s formula to entice newcomers while pleasing loyal fans of the original.
12. The Seven Deadly Sins-Wrath of the Gods
The feared but respected Holy Knights of Britannia use enormously powerful magic to defend the area of Great Britain and its empires, as depicted in this anime.
A small group of Knights, however, is said to have betrayed their homeland and turned their swords toward their comrades in an effort to overthrow Liones’ ruler.
The Holy Knights defeated them, but rumors persisted that the mythical knights known as the Seven Deadly Sins were alive.
The Holy Knights performed their own coup 10 years later, and so became the new, tyrannical leaders of the Kingdom of Lioness.
As a result, she will enlist their assistance to not only reclaim her kingdom from the Holy Knights, but also to pursue justice in an unfair society.
11. O Maidens in Your Savage
O Maidens in Your Savage Season is a charmingly serious and beautiful tale of a bunch of teenage girls starting work on their own intimate and precarious journey of puberty into adulthood, as well as an emotional drama and a coming of age comedy.
The humor is clever without being too raunchy, and the protagonist Kazusa Onodera’s and her friends’ respective arcs are well-written and relatable.
When comparison to the more famous anime series to debut this year, O Maidens in Your Savage Season may fly under the radar, but it is unquestionably among the best.
10. The Promised Neverland
This anime follows Emma (11), and her close buddies Norman and Ray, three of 37 orphaned children who live on the Grace Field House, a mysterious walled estate.
The children are provided the best that life has to offer under the watchful eye of their caretaker, simply known as Mom.
As they wait to be adopted by a loving family, they enjoy delicious food, fluffy sheets, immaculate white dresses, and plenty of play time.
The peaceful idyllicism of Grace Field, however, is quickly shattered when Emma and her companions uncover a dark secret that threatens the House’s very life.
As the machinations of both their caretaker and Grace Field’s enigmatic benefactors step slowly to completion, the three team up to move with the rest of the children out into the world.
9. The Rising of the Shield Hero
The anime is based on the legends of four otherworldly heroes who defended the land from calamity after calamity.
The kingdom of Melromarc summons these mythical figures as the fate of the world hangs in the balance. Because of his lack of offensive potential and obvious inexperience, otaku Naofumi Iwatani is branded the weakest after being thrust into Melromarc and awarded the name of Shield Hero.
He has only one willing friend, the stunning princess Malty Melromarc, when the heroes part ways to begin their journeys. She soon betrays him, stealing all of his money and accusing him of exploiting her.
Naofumi became an outcast of society as a result of his crimes, which he never committed. As a result, filled with rage, he sets out on his own, vowing revenge on those who have wronged him.
8. Fire Force
The plot of this Action Animation Series takes place in Tokyo during the year 198 of the Solar Age, where unique fire services are battling a phenomenon known as spontaneous human combustion, in which people are transformed into breathing infernos known as Infernals.
Shinra Kusakabe, dubbed Devil’s Footsteps because of his ability to set fire to his feet at will, joins Special Fire Force Company 8.
Which is made up of other flames users who are trying to put out any Infernals they come across.
Shira starts to discover the truth behind a mysterious fire that killed his family twelve years ago when a faction that is making Infernals emerges. Fire Force is one of the most successful anime series this summer.
7. Attack on Titan Season-3 (Part 2)
Eren vows to reclaim all that was once his, and the story follows him on his journey. The Survey Corps works alongside him to carve a road to victory and discover the secrets hidden in the Yeager family’s basement.
Eren Yeager and the Corps returns to the tattered Shiganshina District, which was once his birthplace, to find the town strangely devoid of Titans.
They experience no resistance even after the outside gate is plugged. The trip goes off without a hitch before Armin Arlert, suspicious of the enemy’s absence, notices troubling signs of a possible plot targeting them.
This anime can be marked as the best Action and Exciting Battle Scene Anime ever made.
6. One Punch Man (Season 2)
Claiming to be a demon, he hits the crowd mercilessly. Garou, the enigmatic hero, manages to crush any hero he comes across.
Whatever the case may be, this beast of a man seems relentless. Saitama, intrigued by this mysterious new foe and with an insatiable desire for money, decides to take advantage of the opportunity and joins the intriguing martial arts contest.
As the tournament begins and Garou continues his rampage, a new great threat appears, posing a threat to humanity as a whole.
Might this be the earth-shattering tragedy expected by Madame Shibabawa, the great seer? Epic battles and overpowered action scenes are a must see in every episode of this anime series.
5. Mob Psycho 100 Season Two
Shigeo Mob Kageyama is getting older and coming to terms with his status as a mysterious psychic with the ability to have a significant impact on the lives of others.
He and his mentor, Reigen Arataka, continue to deal with clients’ supernatural demands, whether it’s exorcising evil spirits or dealing with urban legends that plague the city.
Although the workflow remains unchanged, Mob is no longer simply following Reigen around. Mob’s supernatural visions have more importance, thanks to his abilities as a ridiculously powerful psychic.
The threats Mob and Reigen face are far more real and disturbing than ever before, so things take on a serious and darker sound.
Mob Psycho 100 II is a sweet next tale about a mentor’s friendship with his student, as well as how the two help each other develop towards more mature, sincere, and well-adjusted people. Stay for the waterworks after the pyrotechnics.
Dororo, a young orphan thief, is the protagonist of this anime. Dororo is based on Hyakkimaru, a rnin. Rnin’s father was a greedy man who prayed to 12 demons to save his land at any cost.
The demons give him the power he seeks by assisting his prefecture’s development, but at a cost. His first son was born with malformations, limblessness, and no facial features or body parts.
This kid is thrown into a river and forgotten about. A medicine man saves him by giving him prosthetics and arms, helping him to survive and fend for himself.
The boy lives and grows, and despite his inability to see, hear, or feel something, he must kill the demons who kidnapped him.
With each one’s passing, he reclaims a piece of himself that was rightfully his. He wandered alone for several years until he met Dororo and befriended him.
3. My Hero Academia (Season 4)
This anime is about Izuku “Deku” Midoriya who looks for an additional coursework job with a skilled hero organization after completing his Provisional Hero License test.
Midoriya accepts a spot under All Might’s current sidekick, Sir Nighteye, who is now a well-known hero inside his own right, on the advice of his advisor All Might.
Midoriya’s teammates are honing their skills through various apprenticeships, while up-and-coming criminal Kai Chisaki is gaining favor in the criminal world by using his frightening abilities.
Midoriya explores Chisaki’s criminal organization and the villain’s aggressive friendship with a strange young girl called Eri during his work with Sir Nighteye.
Midoriya and his older student Mirio Toogata must join together to bring an end to Chisaki’s campaign of terror, worrying for the child’s welfare.
2. Vinland Saga
This Saga follows Thorfinn Karlsefni, a famous Icelandic adventurer, as he sets out on a dangerous quest to avenge his dad’s death.
Thorfinn grew up hearing tales of old sailors who had crossed the seas and arrived at Vinland, the legendary land.
A location where there’s no need for war, unlike the snowy village in which he was born in Iceland. Despite what his father once told him, war is now his home “You don’t have any friends, and neither does anyone else.
There is no one on whom it is acceptable to inflict pain “Thorfinn realized as he grew older that nothing could be further from the reality. With each passing year, the war worsens.
Allying with either side would result in a huge shift in control, and the vikings are content to make a name for themselves and take whatever spoils they can.
Thorfinn must seek vengeance on Askeladd, the man who murdered his father, amid the chaos. The vikings’ only paradise seems to be the ongoing period of war and death.
1. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba
But also to discover a solution for his younger sister Nezuko, who survived the battle only to be turned into a wild half-demon with an hatred to sunlight.
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba is an outstanding shonen action series with its own way, likely to appeal to any lover of Naruto or Black Clover, and ranks as among the most excellently fantasy chanbara series to come out already.
In the meantime, the anime series has been lauded by critics, who praised the animation and battle sequences.