At first glance, the idea of there being an
It’s a unique series about the cells in your body, and how they protect you and the nuances of human biology.
Cells At Work is the type of
Let’s get started.
1. How Heavy Are The Dumbbells You Lift
How Heavy Are The Dumbbells You Lift is an
Visits to the gym is common here. It’s where Akemi and Hibiki get “educated” and trained by their gym coach.
It’s a running gag that’ll make you laugh every time it’s shown. Especially with the “Ecchi” but it is in good taste.
One thing you can count on with this
One of the best
2. Land Of The Lustrous
Land Of The Lustrous is an
These “gems” have a strange relationship with a species called Lunarians, who hunt them.
Being a mystery series, the story is very subtle with curiosity driving the plot forward. And keeping you interested.
The kind of things they deal with is similar to the Cells in Cells At Work. Just in a completely different world.
The animation and art though is absolutely stunning. It’s some of the best I’ve seen.
3. Dr Stone
Dr Stone is an
One trait Dr Stone also carries is the fact that everything you learn is factually accurate. And scientifically sound.
So what the
Let’s not forget how entertaining it is with the main character and how the story builds overtime.
4. Heaven’s Design Team
Heaven’s Design Team released in January 2021.
He’s too lazy to do it himself.
It’s comical in this way since it uses a lot of imagination related to how life theoretically started in real life.
Heaven’s Design Time hasn’t caught on the way Cells At Work has it seems, but it’s still new. And has time.
Whichever way, it’s worth watching and has strong similarities.
5. Girls Und Panzer
Girls Und Panzer isn’t an
It’s about girls who love Tanks and take part in competitions. It’s littered with military references, historical or otherwise.
If anything military related gets you going, you’ll learn tons from this series.
You can think of Girls Und Panzer’s approach as “cute girls doing cute things” with tanks and comedy thrown in.
Related: 9 Of The Best Military Anime Shows
6. The Royal Tutor
The Royal Tutor is about 4 royal students who are failing miserably with formal education.
Each of the 4 brothers struggles for personality related reasons. So a royal tutor is selected to teach them at the palace.
Personal development, life lessons with communication, improving yourself, and changing your mindset… It’s all here.
It’s one of the nicest looking
Shirobako is one of the most important
Why? Because it’s an
- The hard work
- The long hours
- The schedules
- Directing an
- The budgets
Everything is packed into this
The way they come together in the
It’s an educational series as well of course.
8. Assassination Classroom
Assassination Classroom is about Koro Sensei, a supposed monster who’s gonna blow up the moon and is a threat.
Kids and delinquents are trained to kill him before he can make that happen. But the
As far as education, teaching methods in school, and life in general, there’s tons of life lessons to take from it. And it’ll hit you in the feels.
The supernatural element makes this a “school” series that can’t be compared to any other.
9. Kantai Collection
Kantai Collection is about girls who are basically battleships and weapons. One example being Kongou. A battleship from Japan that was made in England.
You see these references throughout the dialogue and episodes, and you learn about the history of it all.
You can think of it like Girls Und Panzer or Cells At Work, except the characters themselves are female versions of military equipment.
Decent series, and mostly light-hearted.
10. Cells At Work: Code Black
Cells At Work: Code Black is an obvious choice. It’s a spin off from the original Cells At Work series.
In this spin off there’s a clear difference. The
It mostly explores the after effects of an unhealthy, toxic human body. And that’s reflected in the dramatics of the plot.
Not to mention the seriousness of the characters and the maturity that comes with it.
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