The 15 Best Dubbed Anime on Netflix Right Now!

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Netflix continues to host anime shows to meet the demands of fans worldwide. It even produces anime originals in collaboration with Japanese animation studios. What's more, Netflix not only streams anime shows with subtitles, but it also hosts anime dubs. So, here are the 15 best-dubbed anime on Netflix right now!

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  1. Ouran High School Host Club

    Despite her low social status, Haruhi Fujioka manages to gain admission to a school for the extremely wealthy.

    While Haruhi is trying to enjoy her high school life, she comes across the Ouran High School Host Club and unintentionally drops their eight million yen vase!

    The founder of the Host Club, Tamaki Suoh, forces Haruhi to join the club after taking an unusual interest in her.

    From this point forward, Haruhi tries to be a good host in the hopes of one day paying off the vase and living freely again.

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  2. Romantic Killer

    No ikemen or bishounen can keep Anzu Hoshino from playing video games, eating her favorite chocolates, or petting her pet cat, Momohiki.

    Unlike other girls, Anzu has no desire to date or have any romantic relationship with anyone at school—that is, until the wizard, Riri, appears in front of her.

    Riri wants Anzu to date in order to save Japan's declining population! While Anzu is completely opposed to the idea, Riri has other plans to force her to go on dates.

    Riri transforms Anzu's life into a dating sim in which she unexpectedly begins living with the popular ikemen, Tsukasa, and her long-time childhood friend, Junta.

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  3. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion

    In this mecha anime, Lelouch Lamperouge, a Britannian high school student, fights to destroy everything that the powerful Britannian Empire stands for.

    Lelouch has vowed to change the world since he was a child, not only for his sister but also for his people.

    After overcoming one obstacle after another, Lelouch has had enough of Britannia's corrupt ideologies.

    Code Geass takes place in 2010 when Britannian forces enslave Japan using mecha robot frames known as Knightmares.

    While in Japan (now known as Area 11), Lelouch meets a mysterious girl named C2 in the midst of a terrorist attack.

    This chance meeting with C2 opened the door to new possibilities for Lelouch's revenge plot against Britannia, particularly after he gains a powerful ability called Geass.

  4. The Promised Neverland

    CloverWorks’ The Promised Neverland was one of the breakout anime shows back in the Winter of 2019.

    Because of its unique, intriguing, and dark premise, anime fans have given it a MAL rating of 8.53!

    The Promised Neverland follows Emma, Norman, and Ray, as well as their many other siblings, as they live in a remote orphanage cut off from the rest of the world.

    The children are watched over by a woman they call Mama until they reach the age of 12.

    While the children live peacefully and happily, Mama warns them not to venture beyond the gate that separates them from the rest of society, where dangers lurk.

    When Emma and Norman learn the shocking truth about what's going on behind the gate, they devise a plan with Ray to escape the orphanage with their other siblings.

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  5. Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress

    In Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress, undead monsters known as Kabaneri begin to appear one after the other, threatening humanity.

    Their unexpected appearance during the industrial revolution claimed many lives, destroyed many cities, and even forced humans to live inside fortress stations.

    As they travel between stations, humans begin to use steam locomotives to communicate and connect with one another.

    To defeat the Kabaneri, Ikoma and Mumei join forces. They are the first to realize that the only way to kill a Kabaneri is to pierce its heart through an iron plate.

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  6. The Disastrous Life of Saiki K.

    Released in Summer 2016, The Disastrous Life of Saiki K. is one of the funniest anime of all time.

    With over 100 episodes, anime fans can enjoy watching the world's strongest psychic deal with unnecessary conflict and difficulties.

    Despite his exceptional psychic abilities, Saiki Kusuo is a typical 16-year-old high school student who just wants to live his life peacefully.

    But Saiki can only live in peace if his classmates, so-called friends, and even his parents stop bothering him.

    At the end of the day, Saiki just wants to eat his pudding and get away from the people who constantly bother him.

  7. Bastard!! Heavy Metal, Dark Fantasy

    After many years of slumber, the legendary ancient wizard known as Dark Schneider finally awakens in the Kingdom of Metallicana to conquer the world and take all the women for himself.

    Before he could do so, Dark Schneider needs to do two things: free himself from the 14-year-old Lucien Renlen's body and prevent the Four Lords of Havoc from awakening the god Anthrasax.

    Despite his reservations about doing everything Yoko asks of him, Dark Schneider works with her to save the world.

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  8. Little Witch Academia

    Little Witch Academia combines fantasy and school life in its premise to bring magic, witches, and dungeons to life.

    The anime follows Akko, an aspiring witch who wants to be like the beautiful witch, Shiny Chariot, whose performance filled the sky with whimsical lights and explosions.

    Akko enrolls in a magic academy to pursue her dream, where she discovers that becoming a witch is not all fun and games.

    She must deal with her rude schoolmates, who believe that Shiny Chariot is a fraud, as well as boring lessons, flying brooms, and spells gone wrong.

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  9. Kakegurui

    Kakegurui, a gambling-themed anime, is one of studio MAPPA's best-known works.

    Yumeko Jabami and Ryouta Suzui star in this psychological, ecchi, and shounen anime that features gambling and high-stakes mind games.

    The sons and daughters of the world's wealthiest families attend Hyakkaou Private Academy, where they study a curriculum unlike any other school in the world.

    This curriculum encourages gambling, and students are expected to demonstrate their ability to read their opponents and understand the art of the deal.

    Those at the top are treated as kings and queens, while those at the bottom are subjected to the wringer.

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  10. Devilman Crybaby

    In Devilman Crybaby, Akira Fudo transforms into Devilman to protect the world from an ancient race of demons.

    The only way to defeat the demons, according to Akira's best friend, Ryo Asuka, is to fuse his supernatural powers with an actual demon.

    Akira successfully unites with a devil named Amon through a Sabbath ritual organized by Ryo. He not only has the powers and body of a demon, but he also has the soul of a human.

    In Devilman Crybaby, see how Akira fights to protect the world and humanity from the demons' inevitable threat.

    A special warning that Devilman Crybaby is not for the faint of heart!

  11. Beastars

    Herbivores and carnivores live together in this anthropomorphic anime.

    Adolescents at Cherryton Academy are filled with hope, romance, distrust, and uneasiness following the brutal murder of a herbivore student.

    Given that he is the only carnivore among the many members of the Drama Club, the wolf named Legoshi is the prime suspect!

    Legoshi then decides to investigate the crime to prove his innocence while falling in love with a rabbit named Haru.

  12. Super Crooks

    Super Crooks is an action, drama, and suspense anime based on Mark Millar and Leinil Yu's heist comic of the same name, featuring super villains and criminals.

    The anime follows Johnny Bolt, a small-time crook, as he gathers the ultimate crew for one last heist.

    Johnny Bolt wants to be a superhero at first, but not until he causes a massive accident that ends up hurting many people.

    After admitting his sins, Johnny decides to change his path and become a supervillain instead!

    In Super Crooks, follow Johnny as he goes to Spain with his new recruits to rob the world's most notorious supervillain blind!

  13. Ultramarine Magmell

    This action and adventure anime introduces a new continent called Magmell, which appears out of nowhere in the ocean.

    Its appearance piqued the interest of explorers from all over the world, who were hoping to discover previously unknown life forms and resources.

    In the new age of exploration, a young hired rescuer named Inyo assists the explorers on their journey through Magmell.

    While Inyo is an angler, also known as a search and rescue specialist, he is also a lachter, which means he has the ability to materialize anything he desires.

    Inyo bears a striking resemblance to Ryoma Echizen, the main protagonist of the sports anime Prince of Tennis, so don't confuse the two!

  14. Cells at Work!

    In addition to JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, David Production is also known for animating Cells at Work!, an action, comedy, and shounen anime that is also educational.

    Inside the dangerous world of the human body, a red blood cell is trying to get her deliveries finished with the assistance of countless other cells.

    Each of them, along with the mysterious white blood cell, the buff and brash killer T cell, the nerdy neuron, and the adorable little platelets, strives to keep the body healthy at all costs!

  15. Cyberpunk: Edgerunners

    This action and sci-fi anime based on a video game was the talk of the community when it first came out on Netflix.

    Both critics and fans were astounded by Studio Trigger's superb and faultless animation work as David Martinez explored the technologically advanced and body modification-obsessed Night City.

    With so much criticism leveled at Edgerunners' subtitles, fans are fortunate to be able to hear the characters in the English dub.

    The anime tells the story of David, a street kid who struggles to survive in Night City after his mother dies.

    To continue living, David becomes a mercenary outlaw known as an "edgerunner" or cyberpunk.

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