When you think about it, a few things stand out to you: you probably watched some anime, you probably have some anime in your collection, and you probably want to see some anime again.
But it turns out that there are a lot of free anime on the Internet, and we have compiled some of the best of them here.
There’s also a ton of free animated videos that have already been uploaded to YouTube.
These include some of your favorite shows and movies from the past, like Dragon Ball Z: The Last Mission, and more.
There’s also lots of anime that are available online that you can find on a variety of platforms, like the Free Anime section of YouTube, or the Free Video section of Amazon Prime.
There are also a few sites that offer a lot more of what you want.
Check out the full list below, and be sure to add your favorite free anime to the comments section.
Here are some of our favorite free free anime:Animal House: Animal CrossingTurnips: Free anime in JapaneseThe Walking Dead: The Walking DeadTurnips 2: Free video of the weekIf you’re looking for a good free anime, the most popular place to find anime is the anime section of Japanese video site Crunchyroll, where you can browse for anime and catch up on shows you may have missed.
It also has an anime section where you’ll find a lot that you might have missed, like some of my favorites.
Free Anime: Free Anime on YouTube, Free Video, Free Games (with Bonus)Animal CrossingTurnip: Free animated video in JapaneseOne Piece: Free Japanese audio-only video of One PieceThe Walking Down Dead: Walking DeadFree Video: Free English-language anime from the first season of The Walking Down Down DeadFree Anime from The Walking, Dead and Beyond: The Zombie Survival Guide, Free Animated Video, and Free Japanese-language animated film from the animated series.
There are lots of free sites that have anime you can check out, and there’s a ton more.
But if you’re in the mood for something a little different, check out the links below for some of these great anime.
If you like the anime, let us know by commenting below, or by tweeting us at @nytimespodcast.
If you have a question, we’ll answer it for you.