New Anime to Watch (Spring Season 2021)

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  • IGN published this video item, entitled “New Anime to Watch (Spring Season 2021)” – below is their description.

    Spring is here which means another season full of anime to check out! Giant monsters, anthropomorphic animals, and time-traveling shenanigans are just some of what you can expect this spring anime season. We have a good amount of new anime for the spring season such as the mystery series ODDTAXI, the drama-filled Tokyo Revengers, and some big monster madness with Godzilla: Singular Point. We’re also seeing the return of some highly anticipated anime series such as My Hero Academia and SHAMAN KING. Across Crunchyroll, Funimation, and Netflix among others, there are a lot of places to enjoy the upcoming 2021 anime. Check out some of our favorite picks followed by the full list of new spring season 2021 anime in the US and their respective streaming platforms at the end of the video. New anime listed are available now unless otherwise stated.

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