Top 5 WCO Anime

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There are many reasons to love WCO anime, but I'm not sure where to start. I've been following it for over a decade and love the characters, but sometimes I can't find what I'm looking for. Luckily, there are a few ways to search for the right series to watch. Keep reading for some tips and suggestions. Read on to find out more about the best WCO anime! Also, check out some of my other reviews, including my favorite series.


Psycho-Pass is a Japanese anime series that has been running on the noitaminA block of Fuji Television since 2011. The series has received numerous awards and was voted as the fourth best title of the 2013 Newtype Anime Awards. The series' episode 11 was also awarded "Best Episode" during Noitamina's 10th anniversary fan vote. The series spawned several video-game spin-offs, manga series, and novels.

The Financial District

The financial world is in trouble and the Japanese government has used the Sovereign Wealth Fund to save itself from bankruptcy, but citizens suffer from unemployment, crime, depression, and despair. Kimimaro is an Economics university student who dreams of living a stable life as a civil servant. When she meets a mysterious man who offers her a chance to make money fast, she is lured into a world where people engage in supernatural battles to gain power and wealth.

Bem, Bela, and Belo

Bem, Bela, and Belos are monsters who try to live an honest life amid the darkness. They have been remade and adapted into live action movies, and have been considered the most successful and influential anime series in Japan. Bem, Bela, and Belo have a long history, and the anime is based on them. However, there are some differences between the two series.

Ryuji Takasu

Ryuji Takasu is a young, handsome man who possesses an uncanny ability to read people's minds. In the anime series "WCO," Ryuji often accompanies Ami on her missions, such as helping Taiga hide in a cave. However, there's more to Ryuji than meets the eye. His love interest, Taiga Aisaka, has her own plans for Ryuji. She tries to help him by giving him cash, and a key to her family's chalet.

Taiga Aisaka

The first episode of KissAnime introduces Taiga Aisaka, a high school student. Although Taiga comes from a wealthy family, she is troubled by family issues. Her parents divorced, and her father decided to marry his new wife. She is forced to move out on her own. When her father's business goes bad, he runs away. Taiga has a difficult time getting along with her step-father and half-sibling.

Ikuhara Takeya

In the first volume of the manga, Ikuhara takes the role of a high school student. The year before, a UFO crashed on earth, and Takeya saves a girl named Ren from the bushes. This girl is later chosen as Takeya's master. It isn't entirely clear what binds the two together, but Takeya has shown protectiveness towards his little sister, and he has expressed his displeasure over her turning into a pervert.

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