Best 3 TV Anime Made By PRA

They are by far the best anime! We counts down the best anime to come out all the time, including the likes of Tsukipro The Animation 2, Tsukipro The Animation, number24, and more!

3: Tsukipro The Animation 2

Japanese: TSUKIPRO THE ANIMATION 2
MAL Score: 6.12
Type: TV
Episodes: 13

Synopsis

For the members of SolidS, Growth, SOARA, and QUELL, the Tsukino Talent Productions’ Live 2021 Summer Carnival is coming soon. The two-day event will culminate with a joint live performance featuring all four units. Due to the size and setup of the stage, each unit will need to create new songs and choreographies to accompany them in the riveting second season of Tsukipro The Animation.

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2: Tsukipro The Animation

Japanese: TSUKIPRO THE ANIMATION
MAL Score: 6.71
Type: TV
Episodes: 13

Synopsis

At the Budokan, an annual event known as the Tsukino Concert puts Tsukino Entertainment Production’s best and brightest idol units on the stage. The leaders of idol groups SolidS, SOARA, QUELL, and Growth must compose four unique and distinctive songs for their respective units, which they will perform on the second day of the festival.

Composing four new songs proves to be a difficult task for SolidS’s leader, Shiki Takamura, as he struggles to find inspiration. Sora Oohara must learn to overcome past mistakes while propelling his unit, SOARA, to the top. Wanting to escape his past stardom, Shuu Izumi is determined to push his unit, QUELL, up to the level of popularity that his previous one had. Growth finds themselves working together with a rival group, ZIX, prior to their debut—something that leader Kouki Etou is reluctant to do.

Tsukipro The Animation tells the stories of these four units simultaneously as they go through their daily lives while preparing for the Tsukino Concert.

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1: number24

English: number24
Japanese: number24 ナンバー トゥーフォー
MAL Score: 6.73
Type: TV
Episodes: 12

Synopsis

Natsuza Yuzuki has been playing rugby as a left-winger ever since he was a child. After enrolling in Doushisha University, he quickly becomes a rising star in the Kansai University League.

His dreams are shattered, however, when a nasty motorbike accident leaves him with a spinal hernia—making him unable to be able to play rugby ever again. With no role available other than the position of manager, he accepts his new post and hopes his squad can obtain a league title.

Yuzuki’s team is an unlikely group, including his stoic best friend and full-back Seiichirou Jingyouji; hot-headed first-year Yasunari Tsuru, who harbors a strong dislike for Natsuza, filling his senior’s old position as left wing; and Yuu Mashiro, who is struggling to hold his ground as a scrum half.

Despite Natsuza putting his all into training his team for a league title, their squad still feels incomplete. A year ago, Ibuki Ueka, the genius fly-half that was once Doushisha’s ace, suddenly quit rugby—and now Natsuza is determined to get him back.

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1. number24
2. Tsukipro The Animation
3. Tsukipro The Animation 2

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