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Survey Reveals What Anime Japanese Fans Want a Sequel To

The Gintama anime is... over????

There’s an anime site in Japan called Anime Anime, and it posed an important question to netizens: “Which anime do you most want a sequel to?” Voting was open for the week of April 14-21, and during that time 2,208 people responded. 55% percent were women and 45% percent were men. Around half were 19 or younger, and one in four were in their twenties. After voting closed the results were tallied.

We don’t know all the anime people voted for, but we do know the top twenty. Think about what anime you would most like to see a sequel for, and see if it is also on this list.

20. Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai
19. Fire Force
18. ClassicaLoid
17. 86 -Eighty Six-
16. Boarding School Juliet
15. World Trigger
14. My Dress-Up Darling
13. Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun
12. Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic
11. Wandering Witch: the Journey of Elaina
10. Re:Zero — Starting Life in Another World
9. Rin-ne
8. Toilet-bound Hanako-kun
7. Yona of the Dawn
6. Reborn!

Okay, let’s slow down for the top five. In the meantime, are any of the aforementioned anime titles you’re also wanting a sequel for, or are you still waiting to see your favorite choice(s) to be named?

In fifth place, we have Gintama. In fourth place, there’s Adachi and Shimamura.

Rounding into the top three, Bloom Into You came in third place. It got about three percent of all votes.

The Millionaire Detective Balance: Unlimited nabbed second place with 5% of voters wanting this title.

Drum roll, please. The top anime was . . .

Haikyu!! Six percent of voters chose this title. While the manga has ended, the anime has not covered everything in the manga.

What do you think of the survey results, now that you’ve seen them? Do you agree or disagree? Are any important titles missing in your opinion? Let us know your thoughts!

Source: SoraNews24


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