It's obvious that One Piece lavishes a good amount of money on its dramatic visuals thanks to its very distinctive animation style, seemingly unending cast of original characters, and some of the saddest deaths in anime history.
It comes as no surprise that Naruto Shippuden spends an average of 100,000 USD per episode, determined to live up to the previous series, given that its ancestry is one of the most well-known anime of all time.
My Hero Academia was among the top 5 most popular anime in the world at its height of fame, showcasing its incredible and tenacious characters in a vibrant exhibition while showcasing their own personalities.
JoJo's Strange Adventure, another of the most distinctive animated series ever, tries its best to keep its audience engaged and eager for more by employing genuinely bizarre strategies and story twists.
Black Clover tells the story of two orphans named Asta and Yuno who, despite the fact that they are without a home, are determined to realise their wildest goals.
Jujutsu Kaisen, one of the newest "big three" anime to enchant Shonen fans, is a series that features some of the most incredible animation ever to grace the genre along with a complex plot.
Attack On Titan, widely regarded as one of the most sad anime to date, comes in dead last with its nearly unrestrained number of brutal, blood-splatter-filled episodes that kill off the characters with seemingly no remorse.
Dragon Ball Super, the most expensive entry in the franchise to date, distinguishes itself with relentless action and epic battles amongst the most talented, potent characters in its vast universe.