2022 is going to be an incredibly packed year. Not only are anime fans getting a ton of new shows, 2022 sees the return of many franchises fans have wanted more from for quite a while.
Fans have been waiting so long, in fact, that the most anticipated shows of 2022 are sequels to fan-favorites.
The list contains anime’s that are set to release in 2022 maybe sequels or new shows but doesnt include shows that are already running for sometime (like One Piece etc).
10. “High School DxD Hero”
High School DxD HERO (ハイスクールD×D HERO Haisukūru Dī Dī Hīrō) is the fourth season of the High School DxD anime. The production of the new season was announced on October 22, 2016.
HERO covers the second half of the The Heroic Oppai Dragon arc of the Light Novel in order by Ichiei Ishibumi himself. The new season will be produced by Passione, will be directed by Yoshifumi Sueda, series composition is Kenji Konuta, and characters by Makoto Uno.
9. “Tokyo Ghoul:re”
8. “Persona 5 The Animation”
Persona 5 the Animation will air in April 2022 on Tokyo MX, Gunma TV, Tochigi TV, MBS, and BS11, Atlus and animation studio A-1 Pictures announced.
7. The Seven Deadly Sins Revival of the Commandments”
Nanatsu no Taizai: Imashime no Fukkatsu is scheduled for 24 episodes https://t.co/YbIMKLryip pic.twitter.com/IfyMc6H9f7 — moetron | pKjd (@pKjd) January 13, 2022
Due to the first season’s strong premiere on Netflix a few years back. The Season 2 of The Seven Deadly Sins is set to set screens on fire when it finally tackles the Ten Commandments.
The Seven Deadly Sins: Revival of the Commandments
is currently slated for 24 episodes, much like the first season. The series has recently premiered a recap episode in Japan detailing the events of the first season in preparation for the series’ upcoming second season.
6. “FLCL and 3”
While the two six-episode installments were previously slated for late 2017 to early 2022, the staff announced at the panel that they are both slated for 2022 with a break in the middle. The two seasons will have completely separate stories. The staff previously announced that the 12 episodes will be a sequel to the 2000-2001 original video anime.
5. “Fairy Tail” Final Season
The last time Fairy Tail debuted new episodes was back in 2016 with Fairy Tail Zero. The anime acted as a prequel to Mashima’s original story as it followed the mages who founded the Fairy Tail guild.
4. “Golden Kamuy”
In Hokkaido, the far northern lands of Japan, Sugimoto survived the Russo-Japanese war of the Meiji era. Nicknamed “Sugimoto the Immortal” during the war, he now seeks the riches promised by the gold rush in hopes of saving the widowed wife of his now deceased comrade from the war. During his hunt of gold, he finds hints of a hidden stash of gold by corrupt criminals. Partnering with an Ainu girl that saves his life from the harsh climates of the north, they venture into a survival adventure to race against the criminals that seek the hidden stash
3. “Attack on Titan” Season 3
Attack on Titan fans recently got their best look at the upcoming third season yet, and with the new key visual for the series introduces a big incoming threat towards Levi Ackerman.
The key visual features Levi Ackerman with his sword on the neck of an intense looking man who his pointing a gun at Levi’s face. Fans of the manga know this man is Kenny, and are very happy to get their first look at him.
2. “My Hero Acadamia” Season 3
News fresh from our Funimation U.S. Team at #NYCC2017 today! #MyHeroAcademia Season 3 coming 2022! pic.twitter.com/Lk3DSX3Edv — Funimation UK & IRE (@FunimationUK) October 5, 2017
For fans, the 2022 date is not a surprising one, but it does confirm the show’s comeback schedule. When Toho first made the announcement about season three, My Hero Academia just said the new episodes had been ordered.
1. “One Punch Man” Season 2
Madhouse won’t be animating OPM Season 2, instead J.C.Staff Studios is going to animate the anime but it’s not going to be as good as Madhouse. Anyway fans are excited to watch the new season of One Punch man in 2022.