The CEO of Tesla Elon Musk and YouTube star MrBeast have gotten into an unexpected topic of anime suggestions, causing the internet to weigh in on the finest shows. 

Elon Musk is no stranger to internet memeing. His standing as a tech titan appears to have no influence on his ability to crack jokes on Twitter alongside the best of the internet’s comedians. Musk does, however, mix it up with some of the greatest names in social media, like PewDiePie, Corrina Kopf, and David Dobrik.

More recently, Musk generated suspicions that he was involved with the anime-style open-world adventure RPG Genshin Impact after the game’s creators launched a viral campaign to cast him in the title. 

Musk even reacted to the incident by saying he “couldn’t wait” to get involved. But, thanks to one reader who asked the Tesla Motors CEO to recommend some shows for novices, the conversation quickly shifted to anime.

Musk responded with a torrent of shows, including successful series such as Death Note, Neon Genesis Evangelion, and Ghost in the Shell, as well as Ghibli classics such as Spirited Away and Princess Mononoke. He also appears to be a fan of FullMetal Alchemist and the emotional film Your Name. 

MrBeast joined in with his own favorite series, which was a completely unexpected turn of events. Attack on Titan, Hunter X Hunter, The Promised Neverland, Overlord, Darling in the Franxx, and Akame Ga Kill, according to the YouTuber, are the finest shows for anime newcomers because they are all high-stakes, action-packed series that will keep viewers on the edge of their seats.

Musk even declared a winner in the discussion over whether Light or L is the superior Death Note character. As it turns out, Musk appears to be a big fan of the show’s resident sweet-toothed genius. 

Naturally, this sparked a heated argument in the comments, with fans debating whether the two celebrities’ recommendations were worth their salt. So far, it appears that the overall agreement is strong… Yet everyone has their own (quite valid) point of view.

For the time being, it appears that the Demon Slayer film is sweeping the anime world, with the impending My Hero Academia movie slated to hit theaters later this month.