Evangelion and more: The anime movies on Amazon Prime Video

Anime Prim Video

On Amazon Prime Video we can see some of the best anime series of all time, from classics to current hits. Through the Amazon platform we can see Naruto, Attack on Titan, Detective Conan, Pokémon… But there are also anime movies on Amazon Prime Video that we can see if we have a subscription to the streaming platform and that will allow us to discover more about Japanese animation.

Although it is on Netflix where we can see the greatest anime hits of all time, such as Your Name or all studio ghibli movies, there are also anime movies that we can watch on Amazon Prime Video if we want a Japanese cartoon movie session. Sagas of Detective Conan movies, Evangelion… Or romantic high school dramas with which we can have a good time.

Detective Conan

Detective Conan is one of the most mythical manga and anime, a publication that premiered in the nineties and is still one of the most followed. In addition to volumes of manga and anime series, Detective Conan also has different movies that we can watch on Amazon Prime Video if we search for anime movies. They are not all (there are more than twenty in total) but there are some of the main feature films of the little detective.

Danger in the skyscraper

Released in the late 1990s, Skyscraper Peril is one of the first Detective Conan movies in which the detective will attend a party of a great architect. Shinichi has been invited to the party of the popular architect Teiji Moriya but at that party someone has placed several bombs and we will have to do everything possible to find out where and who. Where are the bombs in the building and how to defuse them before there is irreparable damage. A thriller for the whole family with the usual police air of the saga.

PlatformAmazon Prime Video

Year: 1997

Duration: One hour and 33 minutes

Theme: Thriller, detectives, police

Age: For over thirteen years

Watch Skyscraper Danger on Amazon Prime Video

Captured in her eyes

Another of the anime movies on Amazon Prime Video is from the Detective Conan saga and was released in 2000. Several policemen have died and Ran has seen how Detective Sato is shot but the situation has made her go into shock and forget what happened . Conan will do his best to try to help you remember what happened to to be able to protect her from the murderer who wants to kill her so that you do not reveal your identity.

PlatformAmazon Prime Video

Year: 2000

Duration: One hour and 39 minutes

Theme: Police, anime, criminal

Age: For over thirteen years

Watch Detective Conan Captured in her eyes on Amazon Prime Video

Captured in her eyes

The fourteenth victim

The third of the Detective Conan anime movies that we can see on Amazon Prime Video is The Fourteenth Victim, a 1998 feature film that tells us how Kogoro Mouri (Ran’s father) shot his wife ten years ago, trying to capture a murderer. The killer is back now, ten years later. He has regained his freedom and Ran has nightmares about what happened But he will do his best to stop it.

PlatformAmazon Prime Video

Year: 1998

Duration: One hour and 39 minutes

Theme: Anime Thriller, Criminal, Detective

Age: For over thirteen years

Watch The Fourteenth Victim on Amazon Prime Video

fourteenth victim

Evangelion

Evangelion is one of the best-known anime and manga in history, one of the mythical sagas of science fiction and the movies are available from 2021 on Amazon Prime Video. Four deliveries that work as a recreation of the “Neon Genesis Evangelion” series and that fans have waited for years until the fourth movie to see it in full. It can be viewed in 200 countries through Amazon. Among them, Spain.

The last of the saga to arrive and released late due to the coronavirus was Evangelion 3.01 + 1.01 and is available on Amazon Prime Video. A final touch to a saga that is, for many critics, a work of art. An intelligent film that catches us until the end and is considered one of the best anime feature films of all time.

We can see all the installments of one of the most important remakes of Japanese animation. Four movies available on Amazon Prime Video for an Evangelion marathon that we can continue with the series, available on Netflix.

Watch Evangelion: 1.11 You are (not) alone on Amazon Prime Video

Watch Evangelion: 2.22 You can (not) advance on Amazon Prime Video

Watch Evangelion: 3.33 You can (not) redo on Amazon Prime Video

Watch Evangelion 3.01 + 1.01 Thrice Upon a Time on Amazon Prime Video

My Hero Academia

My Hero Academia is a manga series launched in 2014 in a world where almost the entire population has a gift and they have been divided between heroes and villains. Not all. 20% of the population is still normal. Among them, Izuku Midoriya who wants to become a hero and to whom one of them has offered to inherit his powers despite not having them since birth. You will have to learn to master them to be able to face villains in a series that is also the story of some of the anime movies that we can see on Amazon Prime Video.

My Hero Academia: Heroes Awaken

Izuku is the protagonist of this movie. He and other colleagues from the UA School will be sent atwork as heroes on an island in the south of Japan. Almost a vacation that will have a downside: a new villain, Nine, is going to attack Nabuto’s island. A fun movie for fans of cartoons, action and cinema.

PlatformAmazon Prime Video

Year: 2020

Duration: One hour and 44 minutes

Theme: Sci-fi, anime, action

Age: For ages 13+

Watch My Hero Academia: Heroes Awaken on Amazon Prime Video

My Hero Academia: Two Heroes

The first of the My Hero Academia movies to be released is Two Heroes. Two Heroes follows the students of the UA School preparing for a summer camp. Izuku along with All Might will go to visit 1-Island, a mobile city that floats on the sea. We will get to know All Might in depth and we will follow the boys during an intense summer in a parallel story to the saga that we can see to expand the story.

PlatformAmazon Prime Video

Year: 2018

Duration: One hour and 35 minutes

Theme: Science fiction, fantasy

Age: For ages 13+

Watch My Hero Academia: Two Heroes on Amazon Prime Video

Other anime movies on Amazon

They are not great sagas like the previous ones, but there are many other anime movies that we can see on Amazon Prime Video. Japanese cartoons that we can see on the streaming platform if we simply look for a movie and not many of them linked to the same saga or series. Still, we see all kinds of versions and spin-off of mythical like One Piece or like Digimon. But also independent films.

One Piece: Stampede

The legendary One Piece series has its own movie on Amazon Prime Video: Stampede. Luffy and the rest of the crew have been invited to the world’s largest fair of pirates. At the Pirate Festival you will discover all kinds of pavilions and “partners” but not all of them are as good as you would like. A pitched battle between pirates and marines in a chaotic but fun and intense animated film to enjoy with adults and children.

PlatformAmazon Prime Video

Year: 2019

Duration: One hour and 41 minutes

Theme: Pirates, animation, action

Age: For people over 16 years old

Watch One Piece: Stampede on Amazon Prime Video

No Game, No Life: Zero

Based on the novels with the same name, by Yu Kamiya, we can see this 2017 Japanese anime series on Amazon Prime Video that tells us what happened during the events of the Ancient War. Riku will be in charge of leading the humans who are on the verge of extinction in a fantasy, war and science fiction film.

PlatformAmazon Prime Video

Year: 2021

Duration: One hour and 46 minutes

Theme: Period, Science Fiction

Age: For ages 13+

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Josee, the tiger and the fishes

An anime drama that follows Josee, a girl who has been in a wheelchair for years and enjoys painting, reading, and “her imagination world.” But one day she falls with her wheelchair and Tsuneo saves her from the accident. Tsuneo is a young man who studies marine biology. and that he will appear in the life of Josee in this Amazon Prime Video romantic drama that moves away from the fantasy and science fiction of other films on this list. A charming feature film without falling into the corny and the clichés, but an emotional story of these two young protagonists that we can see in one hour and 38 minutes on Amazon Prime Video.

PlatformAmazon Prime Video

Year: 2021

Duration: One hour and 38 minutes

Theme: Anime, love

Age: For all audiences

Watch Josee, the tiger and the fishes on Amazon Prime Video

hello world

Hello World is another romantic feature film that we can see on the streaming platform, an anime film on Amazon Prime Video that takes us to the year 2027 where Naomi Katagaki will meet her ten-year-old self in the future. Together they will have to save Ruri Ichigyo in the future, with whom Naomi will start dating.

PlatformAmazon Prime Video

Year: 2021

Duration: One hour and 37 minutes

Theme: anime, drama, sci-fi

Age: For ages 13+

Watch Hello World on Amazon Prime Video

Digimon Adventure. Last Evolution: Kizuna

Digimon is one of the mythical anime series of the last twenty years and also has a spin-off in feature film format. The film takes us ten years after the events of Digimon and the children are no longer teenagers, approaching adult life and preparing for college. They’ve all followed different paths but they must meet again to fight Eosmon all togetherlike when they were kids. An hour and a half reunion for the whole family that we can see if we look for Japanese animated films.

PlatformAmazon Prime Video

Year: 2020

Duration: One hour and 34 minutes

Theme: Based on the anime series Digimon / Spin-off

Age: For ages seven and up

See Digimon Adventure. Last Evolution: Kizuna on Amazon Prime Video