There’s much more mangas and anime available than in any other country.
You can take a look at this short list which is not complete: http://japan.nownetflix.com/tag/animation/
Follow this link for the list of animes available on Netflix Norge: Animations on Netflix Norge
Buzzfeed has released an interesting article: 28 Animes To Watch If You’ve Never Seen Anime (If you’ve been looking for an introduction to anime, these are your way in).
A lot of them are available on Netflix so here’s the list of best animes available on Netflix.
In the year 2022, thousands of people get trapped in a new virtual MMORPG and the lone wolf player, Kirito, works to escape.
A young girl named Saya combats vicious, shape-shifting demons in Okinawa, 2005.
After his hometown is destroyed and his mother is killed, young Eren Jaegar vows to cleanse the earth of the giant humanoid Titans that have brought humanity to the brink of extinction.
You’ll fall in love with the stars of the show — two brothers striving to restore their bodies after making a grave mistake. Theirs is one of the most dynamic and compelling relationships you’ll ever see, and you’ll get to experience it in the midst of one of the coolest magic (well, science) systems ever created.
Samurai Champloo (Samurai chanpurû)
Fuu, a waitress who works in a teahouse, rescues two master swordsmen, Mugen and Jin, from their execution to help her find the “samurai who smells of sunflowers.”
People and giant robots surf through the sky, and look DAMN cool while doing it. More specifically, a group of outlaws surf through the sky. Also, the visuals are crazy impressive, and there’s beautiful world-building that happens throughout the series.
In a futuristic world where criminal intent is analyzed by the Sybil System, a new top of the class recruit, Akane Tsunemori, joins the police force; however, she always puts her own sense of justice above the judgment of Sybil. Police are helped by Enforcers (latent criminals disposed to high criminal intent), one of which is a former inspector who supports Akane’s method of action.
Vampire Knight tells the story of Yuki Cross. The earliest thing she remembers is being attacked on a snowy night by a vampire, and being rescued by Kaname Kuran, who is also a vampire. The story takes place 10 years after that event, Yuki is now the adopted daughter of the Headmaster of Cross Academy. She and her longtime friend Zero Kiryu keep peace at the academy, making sure no problems arise between the Day Class (humans) and the Night Class (vampires). However, the peace they try to keep is fragile, and personal feelings begin to interrupt their duty. It’s based on the manga by Matsuri Hino, which is excellent. If VK is half as good as the manga, it’ll be a great anime. (as I write this it has yet to air) There is some action, but expect more romance from VK.