Kaiju No. 8 is more anticipated Anime than My Hero Academia for the Spring 2024 season

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The anime adaptation of Kaiju No. 8 is ranked second on the list of most anticipated series for the Spring 2024 season. Discussions among fans have begun with enthusiasm as the season begins because of the abundance of new and sequel programs that are lining the schedule.

Though Kaiju No. 8 has been incredibly famous over the years, a new competitor has surfaced this time to dethrone even well-known favorites like MHA, which has fans excited.

Kaiju No. 8 is more anticipated Anime than MHA

Filimarks recently surveyed thousands of Japanese users to gauge their excitement for the upcoming Spring 2024 anime season.

While it comes as no shock that Demon Slayer claimed the top spot, what’s noteworthy is Kaiju No. 8’s impressive ranking, surpassing even My Hero Academia to secure second place on the list, positioning itself just above the renowned Shonen series.

It took 4.29% of the votes, with 11,913 people participating. Following it were Mission: Yozakura Family and the new Spice and Wolf reboot anime. Kaiju No. 8 will be animated by Production I.G with creature designs by Khara, and it will premiere on April 13. Check out the top 10 graphics below.

Everything About Kaiju No. 8

Kaiju No. 8, which is based on the shonen manga by Naoya Matsumoto, follows Kafka Hibino, who works for a cleaning company that specializes in cleaning up Kaiju monsters after the fight. Even though Kafka wants to defeat these animals, he is not qualified.

But when an enigmatic insect enters his body and turns him into a hybrid monster, his life drastically changes.

With this sudden turn of events, Kafka feels empowered and ready to realize his long-held dream. The release is planned on Crunchyroll and is scheduled for April 13, 2024.

In the Kaiju anime, the primary voice cast features Masaya Fukunishi portraying Kafka Hibino/Kaiju No. 8, Wataru Kato as Reno Ichikawa and Asami Seto as Mina Ashiro. Fans can catch the anime streaming on X (formerly Twitter), along with Crunchyroll.

Naoya Matsumoto’s manga, which debuted in July 2020 on Shueisha’s Shonen Jump+, has amassed 11 volumes as of December 2023.

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