Top 5 Most Viewed Anime Posts In 2018

Today, we’re looking at the five most viewed anime posts for 2018. Now, I’m including the Manga vs. Anime series in this category rather than the comics category because, while it does technically fit both, I don’t want to have too much cross-over with the lists. So, let’s get to it. Click the titles to open the posts in a new tab…


5) Skip Beat! [Anime Review – Comedy / Romance]

This was actually one of my first reviews to stem from a review copy, so it’s wonderful to see it pop up here. Skip Beat is a series that I’d wanted to see for a little while too, which made this extra special for me. When I did finally get to watch it, I was not disappointed.


4) YUSIBU: I Couldn’t Become A Hero, So I Reluctantly Decided To Get A Job [Anime Review – Harem / Comedy / Ecchi]

YUSIBU was an interesting series to review because it was the first that I gave two separate scores to. I expected this one to be a little more divisive, but there you go.


3) Manga vs. Anime: D-Frag!

D-Frag! I actually got into way back when we had Animax in the house. The series was good enough for me to start reading the manga too, and I picked up the anime again later on. I really enjoy doing these posts, so yay.


2) Digimon Adventure Tri: Our Future Speculation

I’m glad that this one got some attention. I made a lot of predictions for Our Future, very few of which turned out to be correct. I think it basically comes down to me expecting the last film to tie up the loose ends, but it didn’t.


1) Manga vs. Anime: Attack on Titan / Shingeki no Kyojin

This was the runaway winner in the category, with it being in more than half of my top five most viewed older posts of the week lists on Twitter. It was the first of this type that I wrote, and I’m really quite proud of it, so I’m dead happy with this.


But what about yourselves? Did you have a favourite anime post of mine? Let me know in the comments below.

6 thoughts on “Top 5 Most Viewed Anime Posts In 2018

  1. I just read the Manga vs. Anime: Attack on Titan / Shingeki no Kyojin post, while I personally try to avoid the manga of AOT I can see why it was your most popular post. Also form my experience AOT is generally a popular category in any context.


    1. Aye, I realized shortly after that one went live back in 2017 that it was a topic that people seemed to pick up on a lot. Part of me is tempted to doa follow-up with the next edition, but it really depends on the price of the manga for me. The anime is generally my preference as far as that series goes.


      1. That certainly rings true with AOT. It does a really great job in particular with the hyper kinetic stuff. That said, it come sometimes go the other way. For example, I really love the art in Dogs: Bullets and Carnage, but the OVA, while enjoyable, didn’t look as nice to me.


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