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Top 13 Anime like Seraph of the End

(Last Updated On: September 14, 2022)

Seraph of the End is the anime adaptation of the manga of the same name by Takaya Kagami and Yamato Yamamoto. This anime was announced on August 28, 2014. The anime is one season split into two courses (quarters of the year) with 12 episodes each. Seraph of the End: Vampire Reign ran from April to June and then Seraph of the End: Battle in Nagoya from October to December.

Its plot is as Years ago, a lethal virus spread across the world, wiping out most of humanity and allowing vampires to enslave the human race. From there, Yuichiro Hyakuya and his fellow orphans at the Hyakuya orphanage are treated as livestock, only being allowed to live for their blood.

Desperate for freedom, Yuichiro and his best friend, Mikaela, hatch a plan to escape with their family to the outside world, hopefully, free from vampires—only for their attempts to end in tragedy. As the only one to make it out alive, Yuichiro allies himself with the Japanese Imperial Demon Army—Japan’s only hope against the vampires—to avenge his fallen friends.

If you are looking for an anime like Seraph of the End, look no further. I have put together a fantastic list that you will definitely like.

13. Aldnoah.Zero

Aldnoah.Zero

Aldnoah.Zero is a mecha/action anime series produced by A-1 Pictures and TROYCA that aired from Jul 06, 2014, to Sep 21, 2014.

This story’s scenario is as follows: In 1972, an old alien hypergate was discovered on the moon’s surface. With this technology, humanity began migrating to Mars and establishing itself there. After settlers discovered more advanced technology and claimed Mars and its mysteries for themselves, the Vers Empire was formed.

A conflict on the moon’s surface caused the hypergate to erupt in 1999, destroying the moon and spreading its remains into a debris belt around the planet. Cut off from Mars, the surviving Vers Empire members built a slew of large orbiting space stations within the debris belt and agreed to a ceasefire.

12. Code Geass

Code Geass

Code Geass is an action/sci-fi anime series produced by Studio Sunrise that aired from October 06, 2006, to July 29, 2007.

This series shows the fictional near future. The Holy Britannian Empire invaded the world and gave each territory a number. The people of Japan, who are now called Area 11, are being treated in such a bad way with disgrace until a young outcast Britannia prince called Lelouch Lamperouge gets a special power called Geass, which is the absolute power to control another person’s will and order him to do anything. His goal is to avenge his mother’s death and create a world in which his blind and crippled sister can live happily.

11. Charlotte

Charlotte

Charlotte is a 2015 Japanese anime television series produced by P.A.Works and Aniplex and directed by Yoshiyuki Asai. The anime aired 13 episodes in Japan between July 5 and September 27, 2015.

The story takes place in an alternate reality where special abilities occur among a small percentage of boys and girls in puberty. Yu Otosaka wields his power without the knowledge of others and leads a fairly normal, average school life. Before him, suddenly appears a girl, Nao Tomori. Due to his meeting with her, the fate of special power users will be exposed.

10. Is it Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?

Is it Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon

It is an action/romance anime series produced by Studio J.C. Staff that aired from April 04, 2015, to June 27, 2015.

The story of this series follows the adventures of Bell Cranel, a 14-year-old rookie adventurer and sole member of the Hestia Familia. He looks up to Ais Wallenstein, a famous and powerful swordswoman of the Loki Familia, and vows to become as strong as her after a chance encounter where she saves his life from a powerful monster. While Ais is the object of Bell’s romantic affection, several other girls, deities, and mortals alike, have similar feelings for him; most notably, Hestia herself.

9. Black Clover

Black Clover

Black Clover is an adventure/fantasy anime series adapted from the manga of the same name. It is written and illustrated by Yuki Tabata. It aired on TXN (TV Tokyo) from October 3, 2017, to March 30, 2021.

The story of this anime follows Yuno and Asta, raised together as children. They came to know of the “Wizard King,” a title given to the strongest mage in the kingdom, and then they promised that they would compete against each other for the position of the next Wizard King.

When they reach the age of 15, Yuno is bestowed a spectacular grimoire with a four-leaf clover. Asta cannot use magic at all and desperately tries to awaken his powers by training physically.

8. Kill la kill

Kill La Kill

Kill la Kill is an action comedy anime television series that aired from October 4, 2013, to March 28, 2014. This anime follows Ryuuko Matoi carrying a large weapon shaped like half of a pair of scissors. She’s looking for the woman with the other half, who killed her father. Satsuki Kiryuuin, student council president of Honnouji Academy, is said to know the woman’s identity, so Ryuuko transfers there. Those who arrive at the school receive a special “Goku uniform,” and Satsuki has used that power to rule the school in fear.

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7. Sword Art Online

Sword Art Online

An action-romance anime series Sword Art Online is adapted from the light novel of the same name. It is written by Reki Kawahara and illustrated by Abec. It premiered on Tokyo Max in 2012.

This series follows the adventures of Kazuto and Asuna who are trapped in the virtual world. To escape from it, they must defeat the boss by completing all 100 levels of the game. Throughout the game, they faced a variety of issues and challenges. This series provides you with amazing, interesting, and fantastic visual effects that keep you hooked.

6. No. 6

No. 6 anime

No. 6 is a mystery/science fiction anime series adapted from a novel of the same name. This series is written by Atsuko Asano. It premiered on Fuji TV on July 8, 2011, and ran until September 16, 2011.

The story of this anime takes place in a dystopian city known as “No.6”. Shion, a boy raised in the elite and privileged environment of his home, gives shelter to another boy, who only gives his name as “Nezumi” (or “Rat”) on the former’s twelfth birthday. What Shion soon discovers is how drastically life will change after meeting with the mysterious Nezumi, with whom he has shared one unforgettable, stormy night.

5. Servamp

Servamp

Servamp is a supernatural anime series adapted from the manga of the same name. It was created by Strike Tanaka. This series premiered on AT-X, Tokyo MX, Sun TV, Miele, and BS Nittele networks from July 5, 2016, to September 20, 2016.

The story revolves around a 16-year-old boy, Mahiru Shirota. One day, he picks up a stray black cat he finds in the middle of the road and gives it the name Kuro. From this moment on, a contract between the Servamp Sleepy Ash and Mahiru is formed, and Mahiru is being pulled into the Servamp war.

“Servants,” derived from the words “servant” and “vampire,” are vampires who can form a contract with a human, dubbed “Eve,” and serve them in exchange for drinking their blood.

4. 07-Ghost

07-Ghost

07-Ghost is an action/gothic fantasy anime series adapted from the manga of the same name. It is written and illustrated by Yuki Amemiya and Yukino Ichihara. It premiered on UHF stations in April 2009.

This anime follows Teito Klein, an orphaned slave who becomes the top military academy student. However, an unexpected turn of events left him pursued by the forces of the Barsburg Empire. Now an escaping convict, Teito’s sheltered by the church and its law of sanctuary. Here, he discovered many mysteries surrounding himself, the church, and the Empire itself.

3. Attack on Titan

Attack on Titan

Attack on Titan is a Japanese dark fantasy anime television series adapted from the manga of the same name. Hajime Isayama is the creator and illustrator of this epic series.

This anime is set in a world where humanity is forced to live in cities surrounded by three enormous walls that protect them from gigantic man-eating humanoids referred to as Titans. The story follows Eren Yeager, who vows to exterminate the Titans after they bring about the destruction of his hometown and the death of his mother.

2. Akame ga Kill!

Akame ga Kill!

Akame ga Kill! is a Japanese manga series written by Takahiro and illustrated by Tetsuya Tashiro. It was serialized in Square Enix’s Gangan Joker from March 2010 to December 2016.

The story of this anime focuses on Tatsumi, a young villager who travels to the capital to raise money for his home only to discover strong corruption in the area. The assassin group known as Night Raid recruits the young man to help them in their fight against the corrupt Empire.

1. Tokyo Ghoul

Tokyo Ghoul

Tokyo Ghoul is a dark fantasy and supernatural anime series created by Sui Ishida. It debuted on Tokyo Max on July 4th, 2014, by studio Pierrot.

This series takes place in a world where humans and ghouls coexist. A ghoul is a creature that looks like a normal person but feeds on human flesh to survive. They live in secrecy to keep their actual nature hidden from the general public.

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Kaneki Ken is the main protagonist in this series, and he barely survives an encounter with a ghoul. After regaining consciousness, he discovers that he has transformed into a half-ghoul. Thus begins his new, secret life as a half-ghoul/half-human who must find a way to integrate into both societies.

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Sahil Khan
I’m a 19-year-old Indian otaku. I love anime and it is the thing that sustains and refreshes my life. I want more people to know about anime. That's why I write articles about anime. The Dragon Ball series is my favourite anime.
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