Best Anime Premiers (2022)

Hollywood may have been slim pickings in 2022. That being said, anime has brought us some nuggets of gold. We have had sci-fi, paranormal, espionage, dark comedy, historical fiction, fantasy, and isekai to entertain us. It was a fun ride with heroes, villains, and some we may not be sure about. Based on their release in the United States, here are the Best Anime Premiers of 2022 in no particular order:

Kotaro Lives Alone

There were a lot of tears in this show, but also a lot of cheers during the show’s freshman season, but I enjoyed it a great deal and hope for more.

Chainsaw Man

Denji is not the greatest protagonist, but seeing where this gory comedy will go in the future is going to be interesting.

The Rising of the Shield Hero (Season 2)

Sure, the first part felt a little wobbly, but the “Other World” arc brought the story back into focus.

Aharen-san wa Hakarenai

The best way to describe this anime is wholesome. The show brings us a story of two very different people coming together to befriend one another.

Call of the Night

This is the story of a teen who desires to be a vampire and a vampire who seeks to become more human.

My Isekai Life

This first season focused on showing off its hero’s abilities and setting up the world, so I hope we learn more about our hero personally should it get renewed.

My Hero Academia (Season 6)

To kick off the new season, Deku and the other students of Class 1-A have to face off against a familiar, but deadlier foe.

Spy x Family

Super spy agent Twilight is sent to an enemy country to get close to an official. He creates a fake family, but unknown to him, his adopted daughter is a telepath and his wife is an assassin.

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba “Entertainment District” Arc

Tanjiro, Nezuko, Inoske, and Zenitsu get drafted into helping the shinobi Tengen and his three wives in stopping a terrifying demon.

Vampires in the Garden

The vampire queen and a human girl hit the road as both their tribes fight each other. They form a deep bond, but enemies are haunting the road they travel.

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