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Best Anime By David Production: Studio Behind Spriggan

From sports, comedy, action, romance, and all other genres, David Production has a list of great anime other than Spriggan.

June 19, 2022

It is so satisfying to see Netflix focusing on more and more anime content over the past few years. Besides working on Netflix Originals anime movies and shows like Bubble, A.I.C.O., Altered Carbon: Resleeved, Baki, Castlevania, and more, the streaming platform is adding more and more already released anime to its lists like Hunter X Hunter, Naruto, and Jujutsu Kaisen.

Among the many great anime released on Netflix in 2022, Spriggan secures its place easily. There are a good deal of reasons to love the new show, and its great animation is one of them. Swayed by the overwhelming animation of the series, fans are wondering what other anime shows David Production has worked on. Here’s the list of the best work by studio besides Spriggan.

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Best Anime By David Production Besides Spriggan

1. Jojo Bizarre Adventure

Choosing any other anime besides Jojo Bizarre Adventure as the best work of David Production would be totally unjustifiable. Every single season from the franchise is worth a watch, and interestingly, David Production is behind the animation of all four seasons. The upcoming season five isn’t an exception either. With so much going on in the series, it would be hard to give a detailed premise to the story. But it’s about the Joestar family, gifted with superhuman strength and capabilities. The anime is about the adventures of family members.

2. Fire Force

Fire Force is undoubtedly the best work by Atsushi Ohkubo. It’s a treat for those who love to watch Adventure, dark fantasy, and science fantasy stuff. Currently, the series has two seasons with 48 episodes in total. In May 2022, the third season of the show was officially greenlit. So if you haven’t watched Fire Force before, the timing couldn’t be better. The show is set in a world where a plague called Spontaneous Human Combustion snatches the peace from humanity as it turns the humans into mindless creatures.

3. Inu x Boku SS

It’s a lesser-known name in the world of anime, but Inu x Boku SS is one of the best-underrated anime series you shouldn’t miss watching. With just 12 episodes to the series, it’s the perfect anime if you’re looking for something to binge-watch on the weekend. This romantic and supernatural anime series is based on the adventures of a high-profile girl named Ririchiyo Shirakiin. Due to her urge to live an independent life, she moves to a high-security apartment filled with quirky neighbors. A secret service agent, Soshi Miketsukami, accompanies Ririchiyo in her new adventures.

4. Cells at Work!

Among all the anime shows you have watched, the story of Cells at Work! is the most unique one you’ll ever witness. It doesn’t take place in any mystical or fantasy land but inside the human body itself. Based on the biology of the human, Cells at Work! will take you inside the human body where the two main protagonists are the red blood cell, AE3803, and the white blood cell, U-1146. The anime does sound weird, but the 13-episode series is quite hilarious and a great watch if you’re looking for something unique.

5. Captain Tsubasa

Tired of watching the action and adventure anime? Give a shot to Captain Tsubasa, a sports-related anime series by Yoichi Takahashi. Fifty-two episodes might seem a lot to people who are fans of short anime shows, but it’s totally worth your time. Captain Tsubasa, by all means, is the best sports-related anime show. Especially if you have a separate place for football in your heart, you’ll love to watch this anime series. Eleven years old, Tsubasa Ozara dreams of becoming the best football player in the world. To pursue his dream, he moves with his mother to Nankatsu to polish his skills.

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6. Ristorante Paradiso

This was the first anime TV series fully produced by David Production and, interestingly, one of their best works so far. Despite being a 2009 anime, the animation of the series is quite impressive. The show is a treat for people with an interest in romance anime. There’s just one season of Ristorante Paradiso with a total of 11 episodes. So if you choose short anime shows over the ones with a never-ending list, then here you have a great one. The smooth and simple story follows the life of Nicoletta, a girl from Italy who moves to Rome and joins a restaurant owned by her mother’s new husband.

7. Strike Witches: Road to Berlin

Strike Witches: Road to Berlin is not a popular name in the world of anime, but it doesn’t affect the show’s greatness. Road to Berlin is the third season of the franchise with 12 episodes in total, released from October to December 2020. Interestingly, the fourth season of the franchise is set for release on July 3rd, 2022. So, it’s the best time to binge-watch the previous seasons of the series. After the aliens known as Neuroi invade the Earth, the government relies on little girls known as Witches. 501st unit is back to fight the Neuroi and take back Berlin from them.

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Daksh Chaudhary
@Nutsaboutanime

Daksh is an anime fanatic who explores new anime and manga and loves to contaminate others with the same air. He also keeps himself updated to new games and movies.

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