Top 15 Canceled Anime that we all want to Return to the screens

There has been a number of animes out which had the big potential to portray the story but were not able to exceed the bar of limits. So, here we are with the Top 15 Canceled Anime list that we wish to get renewed.

1. Gantz

Gantz is another intriguing anime that has its own storyline perspective to portray and though it starts off as an interesting story and then later branched into multiple plotlines and the main reason for the cancellation of the anime was that the characters and other source material stood out to be weaker than what was portrayed over in the manga. The fans were disappointed by the cancelation of the anime and it is considered one of the best of the Top 15 Canceled Anime.

2. Rave Master

Rave Master came out to be a big hit at the time and though the anime ran a strong storyline at the time but later was not able to catch up the anime was later canceled due to the low viewership along with low disc sales.

3. Rurouni Kenshin

Rurouni Kenshin portrayed an interesting story but there was very small source material to cover the story from as the fans later added the story in their own approach but it was later canceled due to the lack of storytelling content.

4. Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku

Wotakoi had its own unique approach and portrayed the story of a group of adult groups who works in the same corporate building but faces similar kinds of problems at the time the show didn’t quite hit the climax part and was later decided to get canceled by the authorities.

5. Fruits Basket

Fruits Basket was known to be another interesting anime to come forward and thus portrays the story of an orphaned girl who comes across a mysterious family at the time the show went ahead in a different direction and lacked a true ending whereas the show was later canceled by the authorities.

6. Bleach

Bleach was marked to be an interesting anime at the time because with portraying an epic ending story at the time the main issues of the anime came from corporate needs and the title cost too much to continue as it was not able to make out big profit at the time too.

7. Yona of the Dawn

Yona of the Dawn portrays the story of a fugitive princess and the anime came out to be a big success over the time the anime was ended by the creators without any particular reason given at the time but the ongoing manga is still capturing the attention of everyone.

8. Ranma 1/2

Ranma 1/2 has come out to be one of the most recognized titles of Studio Deen and recieved a huge positive response from the audience and though the studio was tired of the property and it eventually led to the cancellation of the project.


BTOOOM! came out to be a battle royale anime and reached big fame in no time and even though the first season of the show made a big impact, the anime was later canceled due to low sales of Blu-ray and also DVD sales.

10. Slam Dunk

Slam Dunk came out to be one of the best sports anime at the time but it was later canceled due to the missing of an arc in the storyline and though it had to be later covered in the manga.

11. ReLIFE

ReLIFE was known to be another big title that got canceled despite its popularity and the reason behind it was the absence of an online web format according to the creators and so the show had to be canceled later on.

12. Prison School

Prison School came out to be a big hit due to its exaggeration and also the hilarious humor that the fans came across and the first season of the show turned out to be successful the title was later canceled due to the low sales of manga.

13. Deadman Wonderland

Deadman Wonderland was known to be a show which had big potential but was not able to continue on the screens for a particular reason which was that the anime creators decided to leave up some key characters which needed to be in the first season and the second season of the show was impossible without them whereas the fans wanted to cover more of the story but it had to be canceled later on.

14. Snow White with the Red Hair

Snow White with the Red Hair portrayed an interesting storyline of a woman who fled her kingdom and thought was pursued by a Prince the show was not able to grow at the time due to the lack of Blu-ray and low DVD sales and this was basically its main problem.

15. The Promised Neverland

The Promised Neverland impressed the fans with its first season and it recieved the attention of almost all the anime fans but the second season of the show did not live up to the expectations of the fans and the anime show was then soon canceled and the anime fans were disappointed with the title but covered the manga content. This is why it made it into our list of the Top 15 Canceled Anime.

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Soubick Das

A die-hard fan of anime and TV shows. I've been captivated by the vivid storytelling and diverse characters that both mediums have to offer since my early years, and my enthusiasm has only grown stronger over time.

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