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3 Recommended Anime: Servamp, ReLIFE, The Morose Mononokean

I recently got done watching these anime shows and had to recommend them because I thought they were each very entertaining and engaging. The characters were likeable and the storylines were interesting. However, don’t take my word for it. Give them a try and feel free to let me know how you liked them.

Recommended Anime Shows:



Servamp Recommended Anime
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I rate it: 8/10

# of Episodes: 12

Genre: Supernatural, Comedy, Josei

Where to Watch: Funimation

Why Watch: Action-filled, bishounen, servant and master, vampires, conflict, intriguing storyline

Summarized in One Compound Sentence: The main character Mahiru Shirota likes simple things but after picking up a stray cat called Kuro who happens to be a vampire, his life is flipped upside down when they end up forming a contract and their days are spent fighting against supernatural foes.


ReLIFE Recommended Anime
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I rate it: 8.5/10

# of Episodes: 12

Genre: Slice of Life, Comedy, School, Romance

Where to Watch: Crunchyroll

Why Watch: Funny moments, drama, life lessons, friendships, relationships

Summarized in One Compound Sentence: NEET Kaizaki Arata gets a second chance at high school, when he enters the ReLife Research Institute program experiment for a year, to see if reliving this time in his life will lead him down a path of different and essentially better choices for his future.

The Morose Mononokean

The Morose Mononokean Recommended Anime
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I rate it: 9/10

# of Episodes: 13

Genre: Supernatural, Comedy, Shounen

Where to Watch: Crunchyroll

Why Watch: Fun moments, cool youkai characters, budding friendships, entertaining storyline

Summarized in One Compound Sentence: A youkai sticks to the main character Hanae Ashiya making him sick and in a desperate attempt to seek help, he visits an exorcist Haruitsuki Abeno, a morose master of a tea room called the Mononokean who helps Ashiya with his problem, but makes him work to pay off the cost of the debt for the service rendered.