Psychological anime play with the human psyche, messing with your perception and beliefs, and leaving you thinking about the anime long after it's over. The anime below are some of the best psychological anime, according to MAL ratings, tags, and the columnist's own biases - perfect anime for those times when you're craving a more cerebral viewing experience.
Not all anime is good. There's no denying that among the many anime series out there, there's plenty of mediocrity. Other anime is so bad it's cringe-worthy. But sometimes an anime is so abysmally bad, it comes out on the other side of brilliant. Grab a drink and a friend, and laugh your way through these ten so bad threy're good "comedy" anime.
Merlin. King Arthur. Britannia. No, that’s not a word association game with Arthurian legends - those are some of the names that pop up in Nanatsu no Taizai. You might have recognized these names while watching, but dismissed them as insignificant nods to the great legend of Britain’s King Arthur.