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Fall 2020 Anime: Here's What You Should Look Forward To This Season

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Heads up, anime fans! The Summer 2020 anime season is coming to an end, and the Fall 2020 anime is about to begin.

Due to delays, some of the anime coming out this season are those that were slated to debut earlier in the year. In fact, delays are the reason we're not including the long awaited Attack on Titan sequel - while some sources say it might be coming in December, it's still too early to say. These are the some of the best anime that we're pretty sure are coming out soon.

There's a whole lot of awesome to choose from. Sequels to hit shows like Haikyuu!! To The Top, and DanMachi are coming out. If you're more of an old school fan, there's a sequel to Inuyasha called Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon, plus a reboot of Higurashi no naku Koro ni. There are also plenty of awesome new series, like Akudama Drive, Wandering Witch: The Journey of Elaina, and more.

Which Fall 2020 anime are you looking forward to? 

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  • Demon Slayer Movie: Infinity Train
    Photo: ufotable

    Release Date: October 16th

    A series of mysterious disappearances are happening on a train, and Tanjiro and his Demon Corps friends are accompanying the Flame Hashira to go investigate. Things get complicated when it turns out that Enmu, one of the Twelve Kizuki, is on the train, and ready with dangerous traps. 

    445 votes
  • Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? III
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    Release Date: October 3rd

    After a season-long delay, DanMachi returns with its third season. Bell Cranel will find himself under pressure as he's dragged into a war in which both sides need to be stopped. He'll encounter new allies, new enemies, and plenty of adventure along the way. 

    210 votes
  • Jujutsu Kaisen
    Photo: MAPPA

    Release Date: October 2nd

    After fragments of a legendary demon named Ryoumen Sukuna are scattered throughout the world, a new danger appears. Any demon who consumes those fragments will develop powers so vast that they could easily destroy the world. Meanwhile, high school student Yuuji Itadori is so physically powerful that every sports team in his school wants a piece of him - but he's way more interested in the Occult Club. When the club finds a strange sealed object, they don't realize what havoc they're about to unleash onto the world. 

    156 votes
  • Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon
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    Release Date: October 3rd

    The next generation of Inuyasha makes its debut in this exciting new series. After Sesshomaru's twin daughters Towa and Setsuna are separated during a forest fire, Towa ends up in present-day Japan. After being raised by Kagome's brother, Towa is able to travel back to Feudal Japan and find her sister...but she doesn't remember her. With help from Inuyasha and Kagome's daughter Moroha, the three join forces to rediscover their lost history.

    240 votes
  • Release Date: October 1st

    Bleach fans rejoice because Soul Society is making a long-awaited return to the big screen. Adapted from Tite Kubo's Bleach spin-off, Burn the Witch is set in "reverse" London - the western branch of the Soul Society. It follows witches Noel Niihashi and Ninny Spangcole as they work to protect and control the dragons within London.

    167 votes
  • Noblesse
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    Release Date: October 8th

    After sleeping for 820 years, Raizel wakes up to discover that he is a Noblesse - a person entrusted to care for and protect all the other Nobles. To help him figure out his duties and keep him safe, his servent Frankenstein has him attend Ye-Ran High School. All seems to be going well, until a secret organization called the Union starts sending out modified humans that Raizel must must find it within himself to defeat. 

    147 votes