TOP 10

DETECTIVE BASED

ANIME SERIES

Bungo Stray Dogs

NUMBER 1

The story focuses on a young adult named Atsushi Nakajima. After being kicked out of his orphanage, Atsushi accidentally stops the suicide of a detective named Osamu Dazai believing he was drowning in the river.

Tantei Gakuen Q

NUMBER 2

is about the young Kyuu, who is talented at deduction and reasoning. He eventually enrolls into the famed Dan Detective School, a specialist school that train students into detectives.

UN-GO

NUMBER 3

Un-Go is set in a war-torn Tokyo, in a near-future Japan. In response to Japan sending their military abroad as peacekeeping forces, terrorists launched multiple attacks on Japan

Detective Conan: Case Closed

NUMBER 4

The high school detective Shinichi Kudo  who was transformed into a child while investigating a mysterious organization and solves a multitude of cases .

Death Note

NUMBER 5

Light Yagami, a teen genius who discovers a mysterious notebook: the "Death Note", which belonged to the Shinigami , and grants the user the supernatural ability to kill anyone whose name is written in its pages.

Boku Dake Ga Inai Machi

NUMBER 6

The uneventful life of 29-year-old Satoru Fujinuma. On the surface, he’s a simple pizza delivery boy, but no one knows he possesses the Revival ability aka the ability to travel up to 5 minutes back in time.

Black Butler

NUMBER 7

Young Ciel Phantomhive is known as "the Queen's Guard Dog," taking care of the many unsettling events that occur in Victorian England for Her Majesty.

Hyouka

NUMBER 8

 Hotaro Oreki joins Kamiyama High School's Classic Literature Club to stop it from being abolished, joined by fellow members and  They begin to solve various mysteries, both to help with their club and at Eru's request

B: The Beginning

NUMBER 9

 In a world powered by advanced technology, crime and action sweep through the archipelagic nation of Cremona. Chief among the major players is "Killer B", a vigilante serial killer who has thrown the city into chaos.

Psycho-Pass

NUMBER 10

Justice and the enforcement of it, has changed. In the 22nd century, Japan enforces the Sibyl System, an objective means of determining the threat level of each citizen by examining their mental state for signs of criminal intent.