There are numerous animation studios, but some of them stand out from the crowd. In that regard, I believe WIT Studio does an excellent job of bringing out the best in each project.
So, if you’re looking for some of the best WIT Studio anime that will entice you with detailed animation, this is the place to be. Let’s get this party started, shall we?
Best Anime Made by WIT Studio!
10. The Empire of Corpses
The story takes place in an alternate version of the nineteenth century, when the world is constructing armies of the dead using corpse reanimation technology. To resurrect his friend, John Watson, a young medical student, attempts to replicate Dr. Victor’s work.
This method will even return his soul to his body, and in order to do so, he will fight against the government. But he had yet to locate the research notes before they fell into the hands of the wrong people.
Prepare to adjust to the concept and animation before beginning to watch this film. It may require you to force yourself to watch it, but once you do, you will enjoy the film indefinitely.
The concept, the characters, the animation, and the overall execution are all spectacular. I was relieved that it wasn’t dropped in the middle, and if you haven’t seen this fantastic WIT Studio anime film yet, you should.
Akira Tachibana used to be a star on the track team, but she had to retire after getting injured during a practise run. She became depressed because she had always loved it so much, and one rainy day, she went to a restaurant.
Then she notices the restaurant manager, a 45-year-old man who appears to be a decent young man. Soon after, she starts working part-time at the restaurant, and despite their age difference, she falls for him. Will this love story succeed?
I think it’s beautiful for a high school girl to fall in love with a 45-year-old man, even if you think it’s strange. The feelings are always unexpected, and no one should judge whether they are common or unusual.
With a strong story and beautiful animation, this anime captures it perfectly. If you enjoy age gap romance anime shows, this is an excellent choice, and WIT Studio deserves credit as well.
8. Hozuki’s Coolheadedness
Hell in Japan is divided into 272 sub-divisions, with the demon Hozuki serving as the head of each. He needed to ensure that everything ran smoothly while his King Enma judged the dead.
He’s calm and level-headed, but when he gets serious, his subordinates and even his King have to keep their cool. Can he still keep the afterlife running smoothly?
This is a dark comedy anime that contains a lot of information about Japanese folklore and culture. Just a warning: don’t watch it while sipping a cool drink or you’ll choke.
The artwork is stunning, and the animation elevates it to a whole new level. Every scene’s attention to detail is simply astounding, as we’d expect from the WIT Studio.
7. Seraph of the End
An epidemic kills everyone except children under the age of thirteen, and vampires emerge from the shadows to rule the world. They use living people as livestock to extract their blood.
Yuichiro and his friends attempt to flee their clutches, but everyone else is killed except him. He makes his way to a human-populated area and waits for the day when all vampires will be exterminated.
Seraph of the End was a well-executed anime for its content. The idea of a post-apocalyptic setting with vampires and humans competing against third-party prowess is intriguing.
The action scenes are spectacular, as are the artwork and animation (just WIT Studio things). The characters were well developed, and while there is something missing in the anime, you will thoroughly enjoy it.
6. Great Pretender
Edamura somehow became a swindler, and he survives by duping others. But when he met Makoto, instead of scamming him, he was scammed by him.
He follows Makoto to Los Angeles, making him his rival in the competition to see who is the better swindler of the two. When Makoto says their target is the West Coast mafia boss, Edamura realises he’s gotten more than he bargained for.
Great Pretender is one of the best anime I’ve ever seen. It’s also distinct from other WIT Studio anime I’ve seen in terms of animation and artwork.
It has fantastic characters, mesmerising animation, multiple languages based on region, and much more to look forward to. If you’re going to watch this, don’t be shy about getting started.
5. Vinland Saga
Thorfinn grew up hearing stories about sailors who travelled to a peaceful land known as Vinland. It would be free of wars, whereas the world he lives in is the polar opposite.
However, while travelling with his father Thors, he witnesses his father’s murder and is now driven by vengeance. He decides to duel his father’s killer to death. Could this new adventure forever alter the course of history?
The Tale of Vikings has never been a dull subject, and this anime depicts it to perfection. In the end, it has a great message, and WIT Studio delivered on the visuals and animation (as expected).
Despite the fact that it appears to be a historical war anime, it isn’t all about violence and barbarism. It depicts despair, love, emotions, conviction, and intense action on occasion. I really enjoyed the anime, and it is one of WIT Studio’s best works.
4. The Ancient Magus’ Bride
Chise Hitori’s childhood was hell because her mother told her she should never have been born, and she was passed from guardian to guardian who treated her like a lowlife. She is now fifteen years old and has sold herself into slavery.
She just wants a place to live, but she is bought by an unknown person who later introduces her to a whole new world where animals can talk and dragons and fairies exist. She was also about to become his bride and magic apprentice.
I don’t mind a few reviews on the anime complaining about the plot being cliche, but the animation is stunning. The art designs were so captivating that I couldn’t take my gaze away from them for even a second.
Although the climax could have been better, the main goal of the anime was to keep the structural plot going in the beginning. Overall, Ancient Magus’ Bride is a fascinating anime that you should watch just for the animation.
3. Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress
During the industrial revolution, the world becomes a haven for the undead (Kabane), and humans survive by erecting fortress stations and barricading themselves.
However, one of the main stations is raided by the undead one day, and the survivors attempt to flee through fortresses to another station. How will they survive these monsters, which are extremely difficult to kill?
Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress is one of those anime shows that made me appreciate WIT Studio’s genuine efforts. The animation is very similar to Attack on Titan, and in some ways, it even outperforms it.
However, this anime is more than just bright visuals and well-designed characters. You can expect a good storyline, intense action scenes, well-developed characters, and much more.
2. Vivy: Fluorite Eye’s Song
The story takes place in NiaLand, an A. I theme park that makes people’s dreams come true. Vivy is a self-contained android who works there and makes people happy by singing.
When an A. I teddy bear named Matsumoto meets Vivy, it reveals that it has arrived 100 years in the future, and a war between the A. I and humans is about to break out. How will they put a stop to it?
Perhaps only the word Masterpiece will suffice for the animation of this anime. WIT Studio has outdone themselves once more with breathtaking visuals and exquisite details in every scene.
It is one of the brightest gems with an exciting story, and it is the perfect anime in so many ways. I can’t thank WIT Studio enough for their outstanding efforts in bringing this anime to life.
1. Attack on Titan
When humanity is wiped out by man-eating giants known as Titans, a small population lives behind massive walls to survive. However, on an unlucky day, a Colossal Titan breaches the first wall.
Eren witnesses his mother being devoured by a Titan and vows to eradicate all titans from the face of the earth. Will he be able to pull it off?
Do I really need to define this anime? After all, Attack on Titan is the type of anime that causes internet outages with each season. Although the final season was given to MAPPA, the first three seasons were masterpieces.
While the anime was already exceptional, WIT Studio enhanced it with high-quality animation. Seriously, I wish the fourth season had been animated by WIT Studio rather than MAPPA (not that I didn’t like MAPPA’s).
I’ve seen nearly 3/4 of the WIT Studio anime that are decent enough, and these are the ten that felt so amazing regardless of what the reviews say. WIT Studio has played a significant role in the success of these anime.
So, are you happy with the list? Do you believe any anime should be included in the top ten? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.
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