10 Best Anime Created By Female Manga Writers
In this vast field of manga and anime, the majority of writers are male, authors of some of the most popular anime like DBZ, AOT, Jujutsu kaisen, One-piece, Death note are all males isn’t there is any female writer?
What if I say there are many anime that you might like but didn’t know that they were created by female writers.
So, to give respect and appreciation to female writers, what they deserve, we put together a list of some of the best anime created by female writers.
Without any more hindrance, let’s start
Yana Toboso (Black Butler)
Written by Yana Toboso, Black Butler is her most appreciated work by her, it follows the journey of a 13-year-old boy named Ciel.
Ciel’s life is normal until one day, a group of people set up a fire in his house in which his whole family dies.
The same attackers kidnapped Ciel and sold him into slavery for some money.
Ciel makes a contract with Sebastian, a demonic butler in order to find the real culprits of his family’s death.
Kazume Kato (Blue Exorcist)
Written by Kazume Kato, Blue Exorcist is an anime that is based on Demon and Satan.
Blue Excorcist follows the story of Rin our main protagonist, son of satan but he was raised by Shiro Fujimoto, an exorcist.
When one day Shiro died while protecting Rin, he decides to follow the path of an exorcist and avenge Shiro’s death.
He joined a prestigious academy in which his younger brother Yukio was a teacher.
After the completion of the 2nd season, fans are eagerly waiting for its 3rd season and it appears that it will release in April 2022.
Rumiko Takahashi (Inuyasha)
Rumiko Takahashi, author of Inuyasha is one the richest manga authors in Japan. The main reason for her popularity is none other than Inuyasha manga that got an anime adaptation in 2000.
Inuyasha series is loved by many anime and manga fans.
The story of Inuyasha focuses on a girl named Kagome.
One day she falls in a well but instead of hitting the ground, she finds herself transported to the Sengoku period of Japan.
In this world, she meets a boy named Inuyasha who is half-human and half-demon.
Hiromu Arakawa (Fullmetal Alchemist)
Well, who doesn’t know about Fullmetal alchemist but did you know, author of Fullmetal Alchemist is a female.
Written by Hiromu Arakawa, Fullmetal Alchemist is one of the most popular anime amongst otakus, because of its plot and storyline.
The story of this follows the journey of two brothers, Edward and Alphonse Elric.
One day Edward and Alphonse decide to bring back their dead mother by some kind of black ritual.
Due to performing this ritual Edward lost his leg while Alphonse lost his body, and to save him, Edward binds the soul of Alphonse to metal armor.
Now they together embark on the journey to find philosopher stone, it is a stone that can cure their bodies.
After so many years of releasing Fullmetal alchemist is still considered as one of the best anime you should start your otaku journey with.
Katsura Hoshino (D.Gray-man)
Written by Katsura, D.Gray-man is well-known anime amongst anime fans.
Manga of D.Gray man makes its first appearance in 2004 and got an anime adaptation way back in 2006.
The main protagonist of this story is Allen Walker, a boy who possessed a cursed eye that can see roaming demons and ghosts.
Due to this eye, he joined an organization named ‘Black Order‘ that protects the world from these Akuma(demons).
Consists of a total of 103 ep D.Gray man is an anime that every anime fan should watch.
Akane Shimizu (Cells At Work!)
Written and illustrated by Akame Shimizu, Cells at work is not an anime that fits in the normal genre like, action, adventure, an anime fan usually wants to watch.
You can say it is one of its own, it is the most unique anime I’ve ever seen.
This anime teel the story of trillions of anthropomorphic cells and their work as the name of anime suggests.
If you are a guy who loves human biology then this must be the best choice for you.
Created by Adachitoka, Noragami gets so much popularity not only in Japan but also overseas.
Adachitoka is not a single name but is made up of two names, Adachi and Tokihasha. Manga of Noragami starts serializing way back in Dec 2010 and gets an anime adaptation in Jan 2014.
The story focuses on a god named Yato, a god who doesn’t have a single shrine of his name, that’s why he was desperate to make his name out there in the human world.
In order to achieve his goal, he starts to accept any request for only 5 yen, one day he accepts, Hiyori’s request to cure her body.
Hiyori was a girl who got involved in an accident and because of this accident, her soul starts to slip out of her body.
Yoshitoki Oima (A Silent Voice)
Created by Yoshitoki Oima, A Silent Voice is an emotional movie that possessed the power to make you cry.
Due to the storyline of the anime, Yoshitoki Oima gets appreciated by many anime fans.
Shoko is a deaf girl who gets bullied in his new school by Shoyo and his friends because of her disability.
This anime movie is very rich in visuals and believes me, Yoshitoki Oima knows for sure how to strike human emotions.
Paru Itagaki (Beastars)
Written and illustrated by Paru Itagaki, Beasters is a story that describes the world from an animal perspective.
Paru Itagaki builds the plot of the manga perfectly, which describes the conflicts between the animals from different groups.
Beaster manga has won many awards including the 11th Manga Taisho.
Natsuki Takaya (Fruits Basket)
Written by Natsuki Takaya, a fruit basket is a Romance-Comedy anime and Natsuki’s most iconic manga series.
The original series is animated way back in 2001 but gets a re-animation in 2019 with great visuals.
Fruit basket focuses on Tohru Honda, she lost her mother in a car accident and start living with her grandfather.
Due to the renovation of the house, she left the house and starts living in a tent in the woods.
Fruit basket manga series is one the most popular manga amongst the manga reader not only in Japan but also in America, with a total of 18 million copies sold in Japan.
With this our list of the best anime created by female writers ends. I hope you liked it. Let us know in the comment section, which anime is your favorite from the list but you didn’t know that it was created by a female author.
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