Top 5 Chibi style anime

Top 5 Chibi style anime

Chibi style anime are characterized by cute, exaggerated, and small character designs. In recent times many of popular shows like Attack on Titan and Sword Art online have been re-enacted in Chibi version, which has led the Chibi style to become a beloved subgenre within the anime community. In this article, we’ll explore the top 5 Chibi style anime adaptations to end this year with wholesomeness.

Top 5 Chibi style anime

5) Koro Sensei Quest!

A still from Koro Sensei Quest!
A still from Koro Sensei Quest! (Image via IMDb)

Koro Sensei Quest! is a spin-off of the popular anime series Assassination Classroom, where we get to see more heartwarming moments between Koro-sensei and the Clas 3-E. Here all the characters are put in an RPG like setting, with Koro sensei as the final boss. While the jokes get repetitive at some point, it can be accepted if you consider this series as a huge meme out of the original show. If you are a fan of the fan-service, then you must watch this v ersion of Assassination Classroom. 

4) Sword Art Online: Sword Art Offline

A still from Sword Art Online: Sword Art Offline
A still from Sword Art Online: Sword Art Offline (Image via IMDb)
  • Studio: I was a Ballerina
  • Streaming Platform: N/A

Sword Art Online: Sword Art Offline offers a refreshing Chibi take on the popular Sword Art Online series. This spin-off dives into the daily lives of our favorite characters, added with humor. Watching characters from the intense virtual world engage in humorous banter and light-hearted activities provides a new and enjoyable perspective. However it does not have any particular storyline, the Chibi adaptation introduces a more relaxed and comedic atmosphere. 

3) Rock Lee & His Ninja Pals

A still from Rock Lee & His Ninja Pals
A still from Rock Lee & His Ninja Pals (Image via IMDb)

Rock Lee & His Ninja Pals takes the action-packed world of Naruto and transforms it into a comical and Chibi-filled adventure. This spin-off centers around the taijutsu user, Rock Lee, and his ninja pals. While in the original show he is merely a side-character, watching him on a mission as a protagonist offers a fresh perspective.  The comedic timing and playful interactions (in which they often break the fourth wall) make it a standout Chibi experience.

2) Isekai Quartet

A still from Isekai Quartet
A still from Isekai Quartet

Isekai Quartet brings together characters from various Isekai (alternate world) anime series in a Chibi crossover extravaganza. This show has adorably combined popular anime shows of different genres and provided a humorous touch to them. Although the show includes a lot of fanservice, but not in a bad way. The concept of bringing together characters from different Isekai series in a Chibi format would put Avengers Endgame to shame. Isekai Quartet successfully blends humor and nostalgia, making it a must-watch for fans of the genre.

1) Attack On Titan: Junior High

A still from Attack On Titan: Junior High
A still from Attack On Titan: Junior High (Image via IMDb)

Attack On Titan: Junior High is a delightful Chibi spin-off of Attack on Titan that transforms the horrifying world of Titans into a comedic and charming school setting. 

  • Here we see Eren, Mikasa and Armin attend Titan Junior High School, where they are fighting to protect their lunch from a Titan. 
  • Along with them all the other squad members (Including Levia and Erwin) who appear very serious about their work in the original show, maintain the same demeanor while looking all cute and adorable.

What’s best about this Chibi parody is, the voice actors are the same as the original series.  If you have watched the original series, you can find all the references made to it in this Chibi version. The exaggerated expressions and adorable character designs keep the show humorous without losing the essence of the original storyline.


In conclusion, the world of Chibi style anime offers a delightful escape into familiar stories with a fresh and humorous twist. From the comedic antics of Attack On Titan: Junior High to the heartwarming story of Rock Lee & His Ninja Pals, these anime prove that the chibi art style can effectively convey a wide range of emotions. If you are looking for some wholesomeness in your favorite anime, then you must watch these Chibi versions for a lighthearted humor.

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