Classic animes like “Death Note” and “Sailor Moon” are now free on YouTube

Light Yagami is seen holding the Death Note and smirking at the camera.

Popular anime series like Hunter x Hunter, Naruto, and more are now free to watch on YouTube. Viz Media, the anime and manga publisher, has made several beloved shows available on the platform. This presents a great opportunity for newcomers to delve into these iconic classics.

The company has created curated playlists on YouTube featuring six of their hit series: Death Note, Hunter x Hunter, Inuyasha, Mr. Osomatsu, Naruto, and Sailor Moon. Most of these shows are available in their entirety, with the Japanese versions and English subtitles. While dubbed versions are not provided, fans who prefer the original experience will find plenty to enjoy. It’s an excellent chance to explore these well-known titles, and personally, I’ve always wanted to watch Death Note after hearing so much about it.

Here’s a breakdown of each show:

  • Death Note: With only 37 episodes in one season, Death Note revolves around a powerful notebook that can kill anyone whose name is written in it. Light Yagami, a teenager who discovers the notebook, begins using it to eliminate those he deems immoral. However, his actions draw the attention of the brilliant detective L, leading to an intense supernatural battle of wits.
  • Hunter x Hunter: Following the journey of Gon Freecss, a boy aspiring to become a Hunter like his absent father, this series explores a world where Hunters track down rare creatures, seek treasures, and pursue other individuals. Highly acclaimed, Hunter x Hunter spans 148 episodes across six arcs, captivating viewers with its compelling storytelling.
  • Inuyasha: Based on Rumiko Takahashi’s manga, Inuyasha follows the adventures of the half-demon Inuyasha and high school girl Kagome Higurashi as they search for the shards of a powerful jewel. This beloved series, which gained popularity through its airing on Cartoon Network’s Toonami block, consists of seven seasons and totals 197 episodes.
  • Mr. Osomatsu: Originating from Fujio Akatsuka’s comedic manga, Mr. Osomatsu gained cultural significance in Japan during the 1960s. The anime adaptation, which premiered in 2015, showcases the misadventures of the sextuplet Matsuno brothers. Notably, the YouTube uploads currently include the first two seasons of the comedy series, totaling 50 episodes out of the overall 75-episode run.
  • Naruto: With 220 episodes, Naruto is one of the longest series available on YouTube. The show covers the first part of the Naruto storyline, focusing on the titular character’s journey as he attends a ninja school. Following these episodes, Naruto: Shippuden continues the story with an additional 500 episodes, and a sequel called Boruto follows Naruto’s child. If you decide to embark on this journey, be prepared for a significant time commitment.
  • Sailor Moon: This iconic bishoujo (magical girl) anime from the 1990s boasts the highest number of episodes among the uploaded series, totaling 238 videos across five seasons. Sailor Moon follows a group of teenagers who transform into superheroes to protect the world. It has become a symbol of the magical girl genre, and fans can now enjoy the entire series on YouTube for free. (Please note that the specials and later movies are not currently available.)

So, if you’ve never experienced Hunter x Hunter, Naruto, or any of these classic shows, now is your chance to watch them without any cost on YouTube.

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Yagami, L, Kiyomi, Misa, Teru, Ryuk

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