The anime landscape offers one last gift for us in December as we say goodbye to 2023. While it may not be as extravagant as the preceding months, viewers can still find plenty of anime to enjoy this December. Let’s explore the intriguing releases that are in store for us.
Tencent Animation and We TV are currently broadcasting the Chinese anime “Renegade Immortal,” which is the first title on the list. This series, which is based on the well-known novel by Er Gen, delves into the world of cultivation fantasy and follows Wang Lin on her quest for immortality. “Renegade Immortal” demonstrates that Chinese anime can compete with its Japanese equivalents because to its fascinating plot and high caliber of animation.
Hyakushou Kizoku Specials
Next up is “Hyakushou Kizoku Specials,” which will premiere on December 20 on TV Asahi. These special episodes promise to carry on the hilarious escapades based on mangaka Hiromu Arakawa’s experiences, following the popularity of the main series. This anime lightens up the December schedule a bit.
Dropkick on My Devil!!: End of Century Edition
For those who are in the mood for humor, “Dropkick on My Devil!!: End of Century Edition” is a welcome relief. This special episode, which is slated to air on BS Nippon Television on December 27, brings back the cherished characters via a crowdsourcing campaign that created history by generating 115 million yen. It’s evidence of the committed fan base that supported well-liked comedic anime.
Netflix’s “Pokémon Concierge” debuts on December 28. This animated stop-motion series takes a fresh look at the Pokémon world. We get to see the special relationships that exist between animals and their loyal companions as we follow Haru’s travels at the Pokémon Resort. “Pokémon Concierge” is an Original Net Animation (ONA) series that promises to bring a new viewpoint to the adored Pokémon franchise.
Burn the Witch #0.8
“Burn the Witch #0.8,” available for streaming on Crunchyroll on December 29, will cap up the year beautifully. Set in the vast Bleach universe, this special edition acts as a precursor to the original anime. This program, directed by Tatsuro Kawano and featuring some familiar faces, looks to provide a fascinating look into the realm of witches Noel and Ninny.