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Geek It! Anime Spotlight: CtrlGeekPod’s Best Anime Films and Series of the Decade 2010-2019 (Part 2)

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Looking back at the decade 2010-2019, we saw a booming decade for animation. Whether it be shonen anime or magical girl or anime with super long names, Japanese pop-culture fans are no doubt living the best otaku life. 

And what better way to celebrate the past decade than a wrap-up of our favourite anime films and series? As a follow-up to PART ONE, here is our PART TWO wrap-up in images — Let’s go! 

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Ao Haru Ride (2014)

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Inari, Konkon, Koi Iroha (2014)

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Buddy Complex (2014)

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Cross Ange (2014)

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Love Stage (2014)

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Shirobako (2014)

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Your Lie in April (2014)

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Snow White with the Red Hair (2015)

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One Punch Man (2015)

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My Hero Academia (2016)

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Erased (2016)

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Yuri!! on Ice (2016)

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Your Name (2016)

A Silent Voice (2017)

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The Ancient Magus’ Bride (2017)

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DARLING IN THE FRANXX (2018)

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DEMON SLAYER (2019)

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The Promised Neverland (2019)

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And although the anime began back in 2002, we want to give a special mention to our beloved series of all time …

NARUTO

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Over the course of 14 years, we experienced 220 episodes of the original Naruto series; 479 episodes of Naruto Shippuden series; 11 Naruto movies; and many OVAs. The Naruto anime finally came to an end in 2016– a milestone which we all knew it would come one day.

Till this day, we still believe Naruto has the best finale battle of all time, and of course, the best storytelling in shonen history. A few years may have passed since then, but we are still very grateful to have been part of the Naruto journey.

You can read our Naruto tribute back in 2016 [here]

— ENDS — 

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