Father’s Day – Anime to show to your parents

Father’s Day is this weekend, and wouldn’t it be nice if your parents would be able to share your interest in anime, if not just a little. Charapedia thought it would be nice to consider family bonding, understanding and hobby sharing with a discussion of readers’ favorite anime that they would be comfortable with introducing to their parents. Responses to the 10,000 Reader Poll were from males 51.9% of the time, and 77.6% were from readers in their teens and 20’s.

General

20. Fate/series – 114 votes

19. Haikyū !! – 121 votes

18. Durarara!! – 127 votes

17. Sword Art Online – 132 votes

16. Steins;Gate – 140 votes

15. Fullmetal Alchemist – 143 votes

14. My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU – 153 votes

13. Hyouka – 159 votes

12. Tokyo Ghoul – 173 votes

11. Natsume’s Book of Friends – 187 votes

10. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion – 209 votes

9. Kuroko’s Basketball – 213 votes

8. Psycho-Pass 221 votes

7. One Piece – 223 votes

6. Madoka Magica – 232 votes

5. Your Lie in April – 300 votes

4. Angel Beats! – 363 votes

3. Gintama – 405 votes

2. CLANNAD – 640 votes

1. Anohana – 750 votes

 

Men

10. Tokyo Ghoul – 114 votes

9. Gintama – 115 votes

8. My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU – 119 votes

7. Steins;Gate – 130 votes

6. Hyouka – 137 votes

5. Code Geass – 140 votes

4. Madoka Magica – 201 votes

3. Angel Beats! – 307 votes

2. Anohana – 317 votes

1. CLANNAD – 595 votes

 

Women

10. DRRR!! – 98 votes

9. Haikyū !! – 108 votes

8. FMA – 140 votes

7. Psycho-Pass – 151 votes

6. Natsume – 157 votes

5. One Piece – 163 votes

4. KuroBas – 200 votes

3. Your Lie in April – 203 votes

2. Gintama – 290 votes

1. AnoHana – 433 votes

So maybe this Father’s Day you can try to have some good family bonding time with your dad while sharing what you love. But just don’t forget to do something he loves as well.

As reported on previously by Scott Green on Crunchyroll.com

Logan Peterson
Logan Peterson
My names Logan and I love writing about Anime. Other art is guchi too. When I'm not writing gonzo reviews I'm writing books. *If interested look up The Dream Sequence on Amazon.* I usually write more editorial stuff than just plain reviews. I like my writing to be more big picture. I feel consumer reviews are a thing of the past and more personal reviews are the most valuable nowadays.

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