Bloody Gore Anime
Bloody Gore Anime

7 Best Bloody Gore Anime That Will Haunt Your Nightmares!

Bloody Gore Anime as a genre has evolved from simple animations with blood to complex action scenes involving swift movements and vigorous attacks. From the old school anime that was controversial of its time to the new school anime that are vibrant in the story.

While there are a lot of popular gore anime shows here are some that you definitely need to watch. Here ate 7 best and most popular best bloody gore anime you can watch.


Top 7 Bloody Gore Anime Ever

7. Attack on Titan

As humans face extinction at the hand, or rather, mouth, of cannibalistic giant monsters, known as Titans, a select few step forward to defend humanity. However, their bravery is very short-lived when they see the real terrifying horror that a Titan conveys.

From flying limbs, blood spatter, and the regurgitation of a human carcass, Attack on Titan, doesn’t hold back on the gore fest. The anime has really ramped up the brutality this season, as human-on-human violence has become the norm — and is often crueler than what the Titans dished out in previous seasons.


6. Deadman Wonderland

Prison is a horrible place to be, especially when you’re innocent. But what’s even worse is when you’re innocent and are forced to battle to the death for the entertainment of others. Ganta Igarashi is sentenced to death for murdering all his classmates, except he didn’t commit the crime.

With the justice system failing him, he’s sent to the privately run prison Deadman Wonderland. There, he discovers that he’s a Deadman, a person that can control his or her blood freely. To survive, he must battle other Deadmen and win, as losing means saying goodbye to a piece of you.


5. Tokyo Ghoul

Based on Sui Ishida’s dark fantasy manga of the same nameTokyo Ghoul follows shy college student Ken Kaneki whose life takes a grisly turn when his date turns him into a ghoul — a carnivorous creature that can only feed on humans and other ghouls. Now, Kaneki must hide his identity as a half-ghoul/half-human and try to live a normal life.

Aside from its stunning visuals and gripping storyline, Tokyo Ghoul features ghouls eating and battling each other, which, therefore, leads to a lot of blood. The anime also includes some intense physical and psychological torture that is much worse than getting your arm ripped off.


4. Elfen Lied

Elfen Lied is easily one of (if not) the most controversial anime aired in the 2000s, especially because of its gore and violence. Lucy began the anime by murdering most of a laboratory’s staff and security with her psychic powers, and it got worse from there. Thing is, the onscreen violence was more gratuitous than actually frightening.

Lucy and others either inflicted or were subjected to brutal murders and/or tortures, most of which were dragged out to an almost voyeuristic degree. Rather than tell a harrowing story about how dehumanizing life as a living superweapon would be, Elfen Lied focused on violence so much that it’s all it’s remembered for these days.


3. Parasyte

The series follows Shinichi Izumi, a high school boy whose right hand becomes possessed by an alien Parasite named Migi, finding himself in a battle against other Parasites who feast on other humans. The series was simulcast by Crunchyroll outside of Asia and by Animax Asia in Southeast Asia and South Asia.

17-year-old Shinichi Izumi is partially infected by a Parasyte, a monster that butchers and consumes humans. He must learn to co-exist with the creature if he is to survive both the life of a Parasyte and a human as part monster, part person.


2. Berserk

Berserk is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Kentaro Miura. Set in a medieval Europe-inspired dark fantasy world, the story centers on the characters of Guts, a lone mercenary, and Griffith, the leader of a mercenary band called the “Band of the Hawk”.

Guts is a lone warrior who was born from a hanged corpse and raised as a mercenary by adoptive father Gambino, whom he was forced to kill in self-defense. His fearsome reputation catches the attention of Griffith, the charismatic leader of a mercenary group known as the Band of the Hawk.


1. Another

In Another, a class of high school students desperately try to break a curse that doomed them all to die one by one. Rather than scare audiences, Another ended up entertaining them through its deaths, which were either hilariously over-the-top or so contrived (for example, someone slipped neck-first into an umbrella) that they bordered on self-parody.

Another has been called anime’s answer to Final Destination, and it earned its reputation. As if Kouichi and Mei’s classmate’s already unpredictably outlandish deaths weren’t enough, the high volumes of blood that exploded from their bodies felt like a punchline that only ramped up Another’s an accidental black comedy.

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