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Baka-Tsuki

Baka-tsuki is website made for light novels that come before many great anime series. The structure has a similar layout to Wikipedia, and has a white clean background. Many light novels can be accessed on this website and plenty of information is provide of each light novel it has. There is no fee and barely any advertisements.

Webtoon

Webtoon is a free app and a website for Korean mangas, which is all translated to

English. It has a few of the popular Korean mangas, such as Tower of God, and many fan works. Webtoon is updated every day with new chapters of manga. They have a green and organized layout and the font is very bold. This is the perfect site for a quick read for your tight schedule.

Anime Chaos

Anime Chaos is perfect for bringing the most out of anime with accurate fan subtitles for popular series. It is 100% free meaning no payment is required. The layout consist of a professional white background and organize titles. The workers for this site are very diligent in getting anime series in. They add videos every day and get things done on time.

Go Go Anime

Go Go Anime is the largest free anime website that has all the anime out there and more.

The background is a cover of Naruto as a child and a clean black surrounding. It is mainly great for anime series with subtitles. The quality may not be HD, but it is enough to quench your thirst for new episodes.

Manga Here

Manga Here is definitely one of the most “go-to” manga websites. It has a really good variety of manga categories and the front page includes top ten popular manga’s on their site. If you’re ever really bored and just need something to do, go ahead and get on this site and scroll through the genres. It has an easy to use mobile layout as well. But if you see that cute little lion with a leaf tail, reload the page. The lion is a messenger of slow loading. This website does not require adding an account unless you want to add comments.

Anime Freak

Since Anime Freak is so diverse with their genres, how could it not be included? From Tokyo Ghoul, to Ouran High School Host Club, this anime website has it all. Including dubbed and subbed versions you can definitely visit this 100% free site for many anime shows of any kind. The only problem with this site is the lack of updates in the English dub for certain shows, and this site is not as mobile friendly as others. The only reason you need an account on a website is for the chat room.

Kiss Anime

Kiss Anime is more of a sophisticated and secure website. It’s very well organized, and like Anime Freak, super diverse and well expanded on their anime collection. Although if you use any kind of ad block feature, you will need to disable it for the site, or it would not play any episodes, because that ads are a big part of any money making they do. On most websites, the more money they have, the more anime they get, and the more support the creators of the anime or manga attain. It is also free and it has a website specifically for mobile phones as well.

Anime Haven

When it comes to dubbed versions of anime, AnimeHaven.org is a recommended sight for all your anime needs from the different genre of selections to the amount of episodes in each series. Anime Haven updates regularly and most content is user friendly, especially if you don’t want viruses on your laptop or computer. There is no need for subscription, and regular updates for each series. From Adventure Time with Finn and Jake to RWBY, Anime Haven is a reliable source of anime content.

Manga Panda

If you want to read Naruto before diving into the anime series, MangaPanda.com has a wide variety of manga reads. Manga Panda updates regularly and no subscription is needed in order to read many manga books. Unlike different manga sites that only let you read certain amounts of the manga series, Manga Panda update regularly and have up to 700 manga in each series. So if the library isn’t open, head over to Manga Panda and discover new series or indulge in your favorite one.

Crunchy Roll

Out of the different sites to watch anime, Crunchy Roll is one of the many reliable sites you can go to. Including both the original anime and the dubbed version of many different shows, Crunchy Roll brings a wide variety of anime series available on your laptop, desktop, or mobile device. Most episodes are released depending on what time zone you are in and many of the anime are already fully completed and ready to watch in the click of a button. With no subscription needed, why not try it out, and binge watch your favorite anime.

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