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    Every Anime Title Netflix Will Release In 2024

    Netflix is a widely popular OTT platform that nearly everyone out there knows about. Netflix features a large and distinct library that consists of numerous web series, TV shows movies, etc. Netflix also features a variety of anime series.

    Now, not many prefer Netflix when it comes to streaming anime series, but despite every shortcoming, it is more or less a decent platform. The previous year was a rather splendid one for Netflix when it came to its performance and market reach in the anime industry. Now it’s 2024 and Netflix’s all ready and buckled up to serve the fanbase with top-notch quality anime. They’ve already released a trailer for the same! In this article, we will be conversing a bit about what Netflix has in plan for anime fans out there for this year. Now, without any further ado, let’s begin right away.

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    Why Does Netflix Have In Store For Us This Year?

    Netflix Anime: Everything So Far
    Netflix Anime: Everything We Know So Far

    Netflix has already laid out a plan for the entire year for its anime section. And there are some titles that you don’t wanna miss out on. As evident in the trailer above Netflix is planning to release anime series like ‘Master Of The Universe: Revolution’ and the sequel to a fan-favourite anime namely ‘Kengan Ashura Season 2 Part 2’ which will continue right from where it left off in the Kengan Life Or Death Tournament arc.

    Various other shows like ‘Sonic Prime Season 3’ ‘Delicious In Dungeon’, ‘From Me To You’, the final season of ‘Beastars’, ‘The Witcher Sirens Of The Deep’, ‘Tomb Raider: The Legend Of Lara Croft’ and more are coming out this year only on Netflix. We will be having a detailed overview of what Netflix has to offer for 2024. Here’s what Netflix Anime revealed in its trailer:

    • Master Of The Universe: Revolution
    • Kengan Ashura Season 2 Part 2
    • Sonic Prime Season 3
    • Delicious In Dungeon
    • From Me To You
    • Beastars Final Season 
    • The Witcher Sirens Of The Deep
    • Tomb Raider: The Legend Of Lara Croft
    • Blood Of Zeus Season 2 
    • Time Patrol Bon
    • Arcane Season 2
    • The Seven Deadly Sins: Four Knights Of The Apocalypse
    • Moboroshi
    • Devil May Cry 
    • Moonrise
    • Ultraman Rising 
    • Captain Laserhawk: A Blood Dagon Remix 

    This year can be considered bliss for anime fans as many major titles and sequels to famous series are coming out year-round. There are some really prominent titles as well as some underrated ones too. Nonetheless, fans are in for a treat and they can hardly contain their excitement for what’s about to come their way.

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    In the end, when all’s said and done it comes down to quality before quantity. If we avert our eyes from Crunchyroll’s plan for this year, we will see some big-shot titles like ‘Solo Leveling’ or ‘Re: Zero – Starting Life In Another World.’ 

    When compared, there are only a handful of quality anime are coming on Netflix for 2024. Anime like ‘Arcane’ or ‘Kengan Ashura’ has a decent and loyal fanbase.

    In the end, all that matters is that you fully enjoy what you choose to stream. Whether this series is underrated or not, it doesn’t matter. You must feel content after watching that show. Look out for more such articles only on First Curiosity.

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    Shubham Tyagi
    Shubham Tyagi
    Shubham Tyagi is the content manager at FirstCuriosity. A self-described Infomaniac, he is very passionate about Mythologies around the world, and his fascination with the subject is only surpassed by his devotion to Fantasy, Fiction, and Sci-fi movies. A polygamist reader, he is on a mission to collect as many stories as possible and probably add some of his own to the vast ocean of historical memory.

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