The 5 Best Anime From Production I.G (The Makers Of Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045)

Which Production I.G anime is your favorite?

May 23, 2022

Production I.G. deserves praise for Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045, but there are other great anime by the studio you should look forward to watching. Well, here’s the list of some of the best anime by the Japanese animation studio.

Ghost in the Shell is a franchise that can make you wonder how much the animation has advanced in these few years. The series uses Digitally Generated Animation (DGA), which gives CGI type of looks to the series. Not going much into the details, after watching the newly released Netflix series, Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045, it’s evident for you to wonder what other anime series are animated by the studio. Well, the list is a long one, but we have handpicked the best ones for you.

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List Of Best Anime By Production I.G.

1. Psycho-Pass

Psycho-Pass is known as one of the best anime series, and its incredible story, animation, and soundtracks justify its greatness. People with a taste in crime, cyberpunk, and psychological thriller shouldn’t miss this series at all. With only 22 episodes to the show, Psycho-Pass is a great anime to binge-watch in a day. Akane Tsunemori, a policewoman, believes in the Sibyl system maintaining order in the country. But after she encounters a criminal mastermind, her belief in the system starts to shake.


Unlike Psycho-Pass, only die-hard anime fans know about FLCL. But with a rating of 8.1 on IMDB, it’s a great anime to add to your list. There are only six episodes to this comedy and science fiction show, and you will definitely crave more episodes after watching them. We won’t go much into the story, but strange incidents start to occur after 12-year-old Naota meets a woman with a big guitar on a Vespa.

3. B: The Beginning

Here’s another psychological thriller by Production I.G. that premiered on Netflix on March 2nd, 2018. The series consists of 12 episodes in the first season and six episodes in the second one. The story of B: The Beginning goes as follows. In the nation of Cremona, a psychopath named “Killer B” is carrying out brutal killings. Koku and Keith, the two protagonists of the show, are trying their best to find the killer and the reasons behind the killings.

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4. Blood+

Blood+ is an old anime, released in 2005, but the animation of the series deserves an appreciation. If brutal killings, lots of blood, and violence make you feel uncomfortable, then we won’t recommend this series to you. But if you are okay with it, then Blood+ is totally worth your time. Saya, the main protagonist of the show, is a beautiful young girl who fights shape-shifting vampires. Her friends and family members help her discover her true identity and fight the vampires.

5. Noblesse: Awakening

This amazing anime is based on a manhwa written by Son Jeho and illustrated by Lee Kwangsu. There are a total of 6 volumes to the series, which ran from 2007 to 2019. As for the anime, only 13 episodes are there to the series, released in 2020. Noblesse, also known as Rai, is a powerful noble who woke up from sleep after 820 years. Now he tries to adjust himself to the modern world while also making some new friends. But there’s so much more to the story, which makes Noblesse: Awakening one of the best anime by Production I.G.

Daksh Chaudhary

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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