The 2023 anime fall season is about to start, and this time we can expect some huge premieres and long-awaited continuations. From series that put an end to their story, to others that are about to begin or some that simply continue developing their interesting plot. Anime for all tastes and also the possibility of continuing to enjoy series from the summer season that have not yet ended, as is the case with Jujutsu Kaisen and its spectacular Shibuya Incident arc.
The most anticipated anime of the fall 2023 season
Below we leave you the 10 anime that we think are the standouts of this fall season 2023. Some are missing, such as Nanatsu no Taizai: Four Knights of the Apocalypse, The Apothecary Diaries, and The Forbidden Mystery of Ron Kamonohashi, which could perfectly have made it onto this list, but there will be enough time to talk about them in case they meet expectations.
Naoki Urasawa’s Pluto - October 26
The great tribute of the teacher Naoki Urasawa to Osamu Tezuka, known as ‘God of manga’, in his own version of ‘The greatest robot on Earth’, one of the most incredible story arcs of the mythical Astro Boy. Pluto has everything to be the great anime of the autumn season: investigation, murders, and suspense in the purest Urasawa style.
Shingeki no Kyojin: Attack on Titan - The Final Season Part 4 - November 4
After an endless wait, the odyssey of Eren Jaeger and the rest of the planet’s inhabitants comes to an end. One of the most spectacular series in the history of animation and manga has made us live an odyssey in its final stretch, and its outcome will be one of the most exciting moments of the entire autumn season.
Goblin Slayer (Season 2) – October 7
The impact of Goblin Slayer in its first season surprised many viewers, with brutality and scenes that left their mark. Now, it returns with a second season in which everything points to going further in this quest to eliminate the goblins.
Spy x Family (Season 2) - October 7
The Forgers return this fall, a few months in which Anya and the rest of the series’ characters will once again stand out in the new chapters of this very peculiar ‘family’.
Undead Unluck - October 7
Shonen Jump and anime, two words that together always raise great expectations. Undead Unluck has been a featured Japanese weekly magazine series, and is finally getting its own animated series. It tells the story of Andy and Fuuko, an immortal boy and a girl with bad luck, both with a desire to end their lives that will end up uniting them in search of that goal.
Dr. Stone: New World (Part 2) - October 12
The third season of Dr. Stone will end this fall as Senku and the rest of his friends continue to explore the New World in their search for the origin of humanity’s petrification.
Tokyo Revengers: Tenjiku Arc - October 3
Takemichi Hanagaki’s time travel will take shape once again to solve all kinds of problems. A successful anime that is being published at a dizzying pace and that is slowly approaching its end.
Shangri-La Frontier - October 1
Contrary to what many may think, Shangri-La Frontier is not an isekai, and this animated series puts us directly into a virtual reality game, playing it, without getting trapped in it. Its protagonist? Rakuro Hizutome, a video game genius who will make us vibrate in this fantasy story in an RPG world.
Frieren - September 29th
A story of fantasy and nostalgia that aims to be one of the great animes of this fall, with an elf as the protagonist who is part of a group of heroes who defeated the demon king. A journey through life, in which Frieren herself will see how her long life expectancy becomes a long journey in which the rest of her companions cannot accompany her for so long.
Under Ninja - October 6
A series that points to a possible surprise of the season. Made by Kengo Hanazawa (author of the popular ‘I Am a Hero’), it places us in a modern Japan in which ninjas still exist. Kudo, the protagonist, is one of them, and from there the story will develop.