The best Studio Madhouse anime films and shows always leave viewers wanting more. They have been producing anime for over three decades and are behind some of the most popular animes of all time, including One Punch Man, and Hunter × Hunter. Did you know they assisted with the production of the WW2 anime Barefoot Gen? With so many hit animes though, which one is their best? See what fans like you think is the best Madhouse anime in the ranked list below.
With a plethora of famous anime under its belt, Madhouse has established itself as one of the most dominant anime studios of the modern era. To help you rank the best Madhouse animes, every single one they've ever produced is listed below. Their worksspan multiple genres of anime, including fighting, horror, mecha, adventure and a lot more. Some of the anime included on this list are juggernaut shows, such as Claymore and Strawberry Panic!
Vote for you favorites on this list of all Madhouse anime, and watch them rise to the top! If you haven't seen a show, please don't vote it down. To help you decide whether or not to watch a series, we've included trailers when available. Just click on the name of the anime. Aside from being a crowdranked voice on the the best Madhouse anime, this list can also help you find some new shows to marathon!
- Hunter × Hunter (Madhouse, 2011), also known as Hunter x Hunter (2011), is a Japanese action... more on Wikipedia3,555600
- One-Punch Man (Madhouse, 2015) is a Japanese action anime series based on the webcomic by ONE.... more on Wikipedia5,3021,045
- No Game No Life (Madhouse, 2014) is a Japanese fantasy anime series based on the light novel... more on Wikipedia3,138631
- Parasyte: The Maxim (Madhouse, 2014) is a Japanese sci-fi horror anime series based on the... more on Wikipedia1,849298
- 4,7861,601Death Note (Madhouse, 2006) is a Japanese supernatural thriller anime series based on the... more on Wikipedia
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- Parasyte is a 1988 science fiction horror manga series written and illustrated by Hitoshi... more on Wikipedia1,270240
- Death Parade (Madhouse, 2015) is a Japanese supernatural anime series. Decim, the lone... more on Wikipedia1,906521
- Tokyo Ghoul (Studio Pierrot, 2014) is a Japanese dark fantasy anime series based on the manga... more on Wikipedia2,010429
- Hellsing is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Kouta Hirano. It chronicles the... more on Wikipedia1,736555
- Hunter x Hunter (Nippon Animation, 1999) is a Japanese action anime television series based on... more on Wikipedia2,9601,156
- Yu Yu Hakusho (Studio Pierrot, 1992) is a Japanese supernatural anime series based on the... more on Wikipedia1,110252
- Black Lagoon is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Rei Hiroe. It has been... more on Wikipedia1,329552
- Highschool of the Dead (Madhouse, 2010) is a Japanese supernatural anime series based on the... more on Wikipedia1,705664
- The Irregular at Magic High School is a Japanese web novel series by Tsutomu Satō. An... more on Wikipedia
- Trigun (Madhouse, 1998) is a Japanese action anime series based on the manga by Yasuhiro... more on Wikipedia1,589689
- Monster is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Naoki Urasawa. The manga was... more on Wikipedia363120
- Claymore is a dark fantasy manga series written and illustrated by Norihiro Yagi. The series... more on Wikipedia1,003421
- Wolf Children is a 2012 Japanese supernatural anime film directed by Mamoru Hosoda. After her... more on Wikipedia683191
- Btooom! is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Junya Inoue. An anime adaptation... more on Wikipedia884342
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