Top 10 best anime from Wit Studio

An important part of an anime’s appeal is the animation. Animation is a great medium that sets it apart from the black and white format of the manga. This is why there are more anime viewers than manga readers. Some of the best animation studios of this decade include Ufotable, CloverWorks, Madhouse, Sunrise, TMS Entertainment, MAPPA, and the star of this blog, WIT Studio.

WIT Studio, Inc. is a Japanese animation company founded in 2012. The studio can be considered a grant from Production IG as IG producer George Wada is the president. Tetsuya Nakatake, another producer at Production IG, works as a director for WIT. This makes it easy for them to find large projects.

The name WHITE in itself is a brand image for the anime adaptation because you just know you’re going to get something visually stunning. Fans may not like the story, but they can never complain about the animation quality. It’s strange that a grant from Production IG, a company often criticized for their work, can start something so good.

The list below is not a ranking. They are just a few personal picks from their best works. Most are well-known shows, while others are well worth checking out. Without further ado, let’s get into it.

The best works of WIT Studio:

1. Attack on Titan

We have to start with Attack on Titan because this show put WHITE on the map. If you’ve read Attack On Titan manga, you’ll understand how WHITE elevated the artwork and added some spectacular shots. They nailed the character designs and action scenes along with moving through the streets via ODM gear. One notable feature of all of this is the amount of intensity and life WHITE was able to bring to a character’s eyes.

They even added extra scenes to make the story more engaging. This was also why many fans were upset when the anime was picked up by MAPPA for season 4. Creative differences were mentioned, among other reasons for the change.

This is not to say that MAPPA is doing badly. In fact, it’s a worthy studio to take over the reigns of such a massive series. But WHITE had its own charm.

10 Best Anime from Wit Studio - Attack on Titan Season 3
Attack on Titan

2. After the rain

Perhaps WIT Studio’s most underrated work is After the Rain. It won’t surprise you if many don’t know that WIT made this series. After the Rain of Koi wa Ameagari no Yō ni is an unconventional romantic story in which a high school student named Akira Tachibana falls in love with someone much older than her. Akira was a former track student but had to leave the team due to an injury. She now works part-time at a family restaurant and falls for her 45-year-old manager Masami Kondo.

The series has a unique animation style and has become quite screenshot-worthy thanks to WIT Studio. They were able to capture the wholesome characters and landscapes perfectly and elevate the anime immensely. It’s a great watch overall.

Wit Studio's 10 Best Anime - After the Rain
after the rain

3. Big Pretender

Big Pretender is a crime comedy and is a Netflix Original series. WIT did a fantastic job with the animation and brought the characters to life in the best possible way. The series features shootings, car chases, foot chases, and plane races, all of which were fun and intense, thanks to the animators’ efforts.

One season has been released, with a total of 23 episodes. The episodes are divided into cases, each with a different story with the same characters. Each case was released with a one or two month hiatus on Netflix.

The great pretender
Big Pretender

4. Seraph of the End

WIT Studio was able to bring in their talented animators for the editing of this dark fantasy series. Seraph of the end tells the story of a world infested by vampires and other demonic creatures. While it doesn’t stand out like other works, the animation is crisp and the characters and story are compelling. WIT Studio excels in the continuous attack sequences where the camera follows a character as they take down enemies, and they managed to bring that to this series as well.

Seraph of the End poster
Seraph of the end

5. Vivy: Fluorite Eye’s Song

Vivy: Flurorote Eye’s Song is another anime where WIT really showed his capabilities. The story was set in a world where AI existed. The scientists concluded that AI can only be functional if they are given one mission to dedicate their lives to. With that in mind, numerous robots have been designed, including the main character Diva. Diva originated as a singer who can make people happy with her songs. However, Diva’s goals change when an AI from 100 years in the future named Matsumoto arrives and tells her that AI has hatched a plan to wipe out humanity.

Vivy has it all: interesting characters, a compelling story, action sequences, songs and breathtaking animations. It should definitely be on your ‘to watch’ list.

Wit Studio's 10 Best Anime - Vivy: Fluorite Eye's Song Poster
Vivy: Fluorite Eye’s Song

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6. Vinland Saga

Vinland Saga is a show that deserves to be in the ranks Attack on Titan but unfortunately did not receive the same publicity. WIT did a fantastic job animating this Viking story, which is also a coming-of-age story. It tells the story of an innocent child who is full of revenge when his beloved father is brutally murdered before his very eyes. He goes on a journey with his father’s killers, learns how to fight and has the experience of a lifetime.

The story that begins in the snowy plains of Iceland, to the journey through the sea, to the mysterious place Vinland, was a feast for the eyes. WIT has perfectly captured the landscapes, action and emotions of the characters with their animation.

10 Best Anime From Wit Studio - Vinland Saga
Vinland Saga

7. Ranking of Kings

Ranking of Kings of Ousama Ranking is another anime that doesn’t convey the atmosphere that was animated by WIT. But it fits very well with the genre it belongs to. The anime is about a little prince named Bojji who is deaf and dumb. He is also seemingly naive, as he never seems to be affected by all the visible criticism he receives when he declares his dream – to become the greatest of kings.

It’s a fun and moving show to watch, and the animation and attention to detail that WIT has put into it makes all the difference.

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Ranking of Kings

8. The Old Magician’s Bride

This is a romantic slice of life set in a supernatural world. Orphaned Japanese high school student Chise Hatori decides to sell herself at auction to find a new home. She is eventually auctioned off in London to a six-foot magician named Elias Ainsworth. He hires her as an apprentice and decides that she will be his future wife.

The animation is as beautiful as you can imagine, and WIT did a fantastic job. The characters are brought to life in terrifying, beautiful and wondrous ways and you will long for more seasons. Fortunately, there are some OVAs.

The Old Magician's Bride
The Old Magician’s Bride

9. Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress

Kabaneric is a series similar in many parts to Attack on Titan. It can also be compared to the Hollywood franchise Snowpiercer. The story is set in a steampunk setting during the industrial revolution. A mysterious virus begins to transform people into kabane, or corpses. The people who are infected turn into zombies that cannot be killed unless their hearts are pierced or their heads are chopped off. The main character Ikoma becomes semi-infected and becomes a kabane-human hybrid, earning the name kabaneri. When the virus takes over a huge population, a group of survivors are aboard a train called the Iron Fortress that is in constant motion, stopping only for emergency supplies.

The series is filled with exciting action scenes and beautiful landscapes and is completely in the vein of WIT. The series is a true feast for the eyes and is binge-worthy. Plus, the animation will blow you away.

Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress
Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress

10. The Realm of Corpses

Unlike the others, The Empire of Corpses is a movie based on novels written by Project Itoh. It is a sci-fi adventure set in an alternative 18th century Britain. It tells the story of the resuscitation of a corpse discovered by Victor Frankenstein, but unlike Frankenstein’s classic monster tale, the resuscitated corpse here could think, feel and speak. But his original creation is destroyed and a new device called “Necroware” is used, but because of this the corpses could not talk, feel or think. They are then used as labor by industries.

a still from The Empire of Corpses
The realm of corpses

The film has an animation similar to Kabaneri and takes you on a fantastic and terrifying journey. The main character is John Watson, who wants to bring a dead friend back to life. Many historical figures appear in the story and it is a world travel adventure that takes you to multiple locations. The animation never fails once, and WIT Studio did a great job.

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