1. Noragami Aragoto
A shonen series with a huge female following thanks to a cool/idiotic blue-eyed god. A well-rounded show with elements of action, adventure, comedy, friendship, supernatural, and romance. Features the Bishamon arc and the Ebisu arc for the second season.
2. Sakurako-san no Ashimoto ni wa Shitai ga Umatteiru
An enigmatic lady and her young 'boy' guardian. A show centered around cases involving bones and death, as well as murder and mystery cases. Elements of adventure, comedy, science, and supernatural. Those who enjoyed Tasagore Otome would love this show.
3. One-Punch Man
Most hyped anime of the season. Follows the adventures of an unlikely hero (in the sense of fashion and the lack of hair) who leads a simple life. Bored easily as he ends up killing his opponents before they can even put up a fight. One-Punch = OP = Over Powered. Elements of action, adventure, comedy, slice of life, and reference to other animes.
4. Heavy Object
An underrated show. Despite the fan service at times, the story features two young men who are sent on suicidal missions, dealing with warfare between Heavy Objects (super machines of war, no need for army at that era). A very logical and strategical based anime, which promotes world peace via baby penguins. Elements of action, adventure, comedy, romance, science, and strategic warfare.
5. K - Return of Kings
A follow up from Missing Kings, the series with an ever-existing fanbase. With more Kings on the board, the game just got a whole new twist. Elements of action, adventure, comedy, science, supernatural and strategy. Also, beautiful animation and BGM.
Imagine the show Heroes, but in anime form. An original animation by Bones and Lantis, featuring a world where superhumans exists, but they have to be controlled/watched for the safety of the citizens. Those who follow the series have to pay close attention as there are jumps between timelines. An interesting show featuring action, adventure, comedy, mystery and supernatural elements.
7. Gakusen Toshi Asterisk
A less harem version of Sword Art Online, minus being trapped in a VRMMO. Like Mahouka, there are academies where students develop their combat skills and compete in Festas. The story follows a young man who just transferred into the academy, in effort to investigate his missing sister's case. Elements of action, comedy, mystery, and science.
8. Hacka Doll
I have no idea how to explain this series, but just watch. You'll be hooked in no time. It's worth 7 minutes of your life. Trust me. It's hilarious and refreshing, with a lot of real life/anime/pop culture reference.
9. Haikyuu!! S2
A show where humans have springs in their legs. Kidding! A continuation from the first season, a show which centers around high school students of a volleyball club. A pretty inspiring show with elements of action, comedy, friendship, slice of life, and sports.
10. Comet Lucifer
A show with the two protagonists looking a lot like the siblings of No Game No Life. A post-modern world where a young male who loves collecting rare stones has his life turned when he came across a rare stone. A cute rock worm who spits water protects a young mysterious girl by transforming into a flying mecha. Elements of action, adventure, comedy, mecha, romance, and supernatural.
Dance with Devils
Imagine Bollywood, but anime. Same, but different, but still the same. I have no idea why I am still following the series. It's an otome show, with beautiful boys as devils/vampire, who are in pursuit of a powerful grimoire. And for some reason, a girl (the lead) is caught in the middle of all of it. Elements of action, musical, romance, and supernatural.
Onsen Yousei Hakone Chan
Another short runtime anime, featuring the adventures of a hot springs spirit, Hakone who is obsessed with steamed buns. Elements of adventure, comedy, and supernatural.
Owari no Seraph S2
A continuation from where the first season left off. A post-apocalyptic series where humans and vampires are at war. Two brothers who were separated years ago, now fight on the front lines, not together, but against the other race. A series with elements of action, adventure, friendship, romance, and supernatural.
And no, do not think this is a yaoi show because of how fangirls portray them. Ohana. Ohana means family. Remember that.
Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry
An overrated show, thanks to the level of fan service. Like Mahouka, it follows the story of a student who is at the bottom. He becomes the roommate of one of the strongest female students of the school. With every obstacle faced, he is slowly recognized as a person with great potentials and combat capabilities. Just when you think it is a show of action and combat, it suddenly takes a huge turn towards romance (with too much cheese and fan service).
Ushio to Tora
An underrated shonen series with old school animation style. Follows the adventure of a young man and a dangerous youkai he encountered, which now 'possesses' him and threatens to eat him at every chance. The young man, Ushio, plays a very important role that will determine the fate of Japan. A fun series with elements of action, adventure, comedy, friendship, and supernatural.
Young Black Jack
As someone who loves Doctor Stranger and enjoyed Yong Pal, I thought this would be a perfect show for me. Sort of on the fence, but I guess the show is an acquired taste kind of thing. A series which sheds light on the younger days of Black Jack, a medical protege with exceptional skills. Mostly shirtless for the episodes, I can see why girls are all over the show. Elements of adventure, comedy, mystery, science and supernatural.