The new sequel to the critically acclaimed 2015 hit Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods is out this weekend and with it comes a slew of anime movie adaptations.
There’s a whole new animated series set in the Dragon Ball universe, a new series about the life of the Legendary Super Saiyan, and even an adaptation of the popular Pokémon anime series.
Now, you don’t have to look very far for these new adaptations of popular manga series, either.
For starters, there are many anime movies set in other worlds.
From the likes of Akira, Gintama, and Ghost in the Shell, to Akira-san’s Attack on Titan, the list of new anime movies with their own worlds, characters, and settings can get pretty long.
It’s not all bad news though.
There are a few good ones as well.
These anime movies that take place on other planets and/or other universes can provide a fun, interesting, and sometimes even a little bit surreal.
Here are 10 of our favorite anime movies and anime TV shows set in alternate worlds and alternate timelines.
(Note: All titles and movies below are not necessarily official and are unofficial titles.)
The Legend of Korra: Avatar is a series that has always been about an oppressed, oppressed minority.
But it’s also a series about a group of young girls, many of whom have never met before.
The series’ main character, Korra, has a very specific set of needs: she needs her world to be the one she’s always wanted it to be.
That’s a pretty big responsibility to bear.
But Korra’s journey also leads her to meet a whole host of other people, some of whom she meets in the world of the Avatar, which is the universe where her world is set.
These new Korra movies have her face-to-face with a whole bunch of different people in a very different world.
The Devil May Cry is a classic series that features some of the most iconic monsters in the history of the medium.
This time around, however, it’s the demon known as Hell, and his minions are actually a bunch of angels.
The devil is one of the major antagonists of the franchise, and it was a big deal when the game was announced for PS4 and Xbox One back in 2017.
But the series has seen an immense resurgence since the series’ cancellation, as a new generation of fans are taking it in, particularly among young adults.
A Certain Scientific Railgun is one hell of a fun film, but one of our favorites comes from the same studio that made The Wolverine, The Incredibles, and Batman: Arkham Asylum.
The film is a sequel to one of science fiction’s most popular films of all time, The Matrix.
In it, an AI created by the mysterious entity known as The Machine creates a super-computer capable of fighting against human beings.
The AI, however it is created, is far more intelligent than humans, and its creators are trying to keep it that way.
A different AI is eventually created, but only one of these AI’s are able to control the others.
One of the AI’s creations, named Neo, is the last human to defeat The Machine.
The sequel’s sequel, The Devil’s Bargain, has Neo’s life and his fight with the Machine’s successor, a villain known as the Demon.
The Berenstain Bears are a beloved family film, and a sequel has been made that features a very cute animated movie about them.
It also stars a lot of adorable children.
The story is about a young family who go to a summer camp to learn how to make a bear, but they don’t know how to actually tame it.
The kids have to go into a giant bear-themed cave and learn how they should tame it and eventually tame the bear.
The movie was made by a studio known for its animated films, and the story has an adorable animal character named Berensta.
A Monster Calls is a very well-written and charming story about a girl who has been kidnapped by monsters.
But her friends, the girls in the group, find out that they are actually trapped in a monster’s body and are trapped in it, too.
They try to fight the monster in the fight to free themselves, and they’re saved by a cute dog who helps them.
My Hero Academia is a franchise that has a lot to offer young adults and teens alike.
Its characters, their struggles, and their interactions are a lot like those that young adults have in real life, so we can’t help but fall in love with these characters and their struggles.
And with good reason.
They’re all pretty likable.
The Mummy: Tomb of Annihilation is an animated film about a mummy, and one of its main characters is a tomboy.
The tomboy character is the girl who gets captured by a mummy and is locked in her tomb for decades. The