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Article: 6 BEST ANIME MOVIES FROM STUDIO PIERRIOT

6 BEST ANIME MOVIES FROM STUDIO PIERRIOT
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6 BEST ANIME MOVIES FROM STUDIO PIERRIOT

Studio Pierrot, founded in 1979 and based in Mitaka, Tokyo, is a prestigious animation studio known for producing some of the most iconic anime series. From nostalgic classics like Urusei Yatsura and Yu Yu Hakusho to mainstream hits like Naruto and Bleach, Studio Pierrot has been a significant player in the anime industry for over 45 years. While primarily known for its television series, the studio has also produced several notable anime movies. Here are six of the best anime movies by Studio Pierrot, perfect for fans looking to explore more of their work. Don't forget to check out anime merch in India and visit your local anime store for anime figures, anime hoodies, and other anime merchandise!

6. Kimagure Orange Road: I Want to Return to That Day

Kimagure Orange Road is a pioneering romantic comedy in the shōnen genre, featuring a comedic love triangle between psychic Kyosuke Kasuga, brawler Hikaru Hiyama, and tsundere Madoka Ayukawa. The series has had a lasting influence within its genre. The movie, Kimagure Orange Road: I Want to Return to That Day, brings a bittersweet conclusion to the characters' stories. Kyosuke must confront his feelings towards Hikaru and Madoka, dealing with themes of love and heartbreak. Though more dramatic than comedic, it's a memorable experience for fans. Find related anime clothes and anime merch at your nearest anime merch store or you can buy them from Anime Devta online.

5. Black Clover: Sword of the Wizard King

In a magical world, Asta, born without powers, aims to become the Wizard King. Black Clover is an underdog within Studio Pierrot’s lineup but popular enough to warrant a film release by Shochiku and an international broadcast by Netflix. The movie sees Asta and the magical knights defending the Clover Kingdom from Conrad Leto, a former Wizard King who disrupts a prestigious tournament. The action sequences are fluid and impressive. For fans of Black Clover, there’s plenty of anime merchandise available at your local anime store.

4. Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie

Naruto is arguably the biggest hit under Studio Pierrot, resulting in multiple films. Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie was heavily promoted, with early viewers receiving a free motion comic DVD. The movie features alternate worlds and explores Naruto and Sakura's relationships with their parents, grounded in themes of parental love. The film stands out with solid animation, catchy theme songs, and top-notch art. Fans can find Naruto merchandise and more at their local anime merch store. Click here to buy.

3. The Last: Naruto the Movie

The Last: Naruto the Movie serves as a poignant sendoff for Naruto's series. A few years after the Fourth Great Ninja War, peace is threatened by Toneri Oosutuski, who kidnaps Hinata’s sister Hanabi. Naruto and his friends must save her, with the movie highlighting Naruto and Hinata’s relationship. Despite Masashi Kishimoto's reluctance to write romance, this focus is a major highlight. Pierrot Studio’s exceptional animation, especially in the fight choreography, is commendable. Fans can celebrate this iconic film with anime hoodies and other anime merchandise from their local anime store.

2. Maroko

Maroko is an obscure but fascinating compilation film based on Gosenzo-sama Banbanzai! It revolves around the Yomota family and their turmoil upon the arrival of Maroko, a future granddaughter who travels back in time. Styled like a play, the characters deliver lines directly to the audience. Despite its charm, Maroko's accessibility is limited due to the lack of an English dub and wide availability. The traditional cel animation gives it a unique look. Mamoru Oshii of Ghost in the Shell fame directed the film, imbuing it with his distinctive style. Fans of niche anime films can find related anime merchandise at their local anime store.

1. Boruto: Naruto the Movie

Masashi Kishimoto was heavily involved in Boruto: Naruto the Movie, ensuring its success. Boruto Uzumaki, Naruto’s son, must live up to his father's legacy, showing significant character growth and a touching relationship with Naruto. The movie is a visual treat, featuring exceptional fight choreography and fast-paced action sequences involving Naruto and Sasuke. It’s one of Studio Pierrot’s best works and the highest-grossing film in the Naruto franchise. Fans can celebrate Boruto's journey with Naruto merchandise, and more at their nearest anime store.

Conclusion

Studio Pierrot has produced some of the most memorable anime movies, each offering unique stories and impressive animation. Whether you're a fan of classic romantic comedies or intense action-packed adventures, there's something for everyone. For those looking to commemorate their favorite Studio Pierrot movies, be sure to check out the wide range of anime merchandise, including anime figures, anime hoodies, and more, available at your local anime merch store. Happy watching and shopping!

 

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