The Kotobuki Squadron are mercenary pilots for hire, flying their Hayabusa fighters in a vaguely apocalyptic frontier. There they fight it out with sky pirates and enemy aces in remarkably accurate dogfights.
Asuka Otori is the former leader of the Magical Five, a squad of magical girls who saved the world from a supernatural menace. Having left that life behind, she struggles to fit into peacetime. But when a new threat appears to endanger the world, she may be forced to once again take up arms to protect humanity.
A group of small town girls make a new friend and make a discovery that may put them on the path to idol stardom. Also, they are all mermaids.
Abducted by an unknown kidnapper when he was young and rescued by a mysterious woman named Milo, Daisuke Dojima is now a high-school student in Shibuya, waiting eagerly to protect his friends against unspecified adversaries as Milo once prophesized. When that day finally comes, huge mecha-like creatures called Revisions suddenly attack and Milo reappears, providing Daisuke with a mobile suit to help save Shibuya.
When you’re born, you are given a Book of Fate which states everything that’ll happen until you die. But the Chaos Tellers are out there, turning people into monsters and messing with people’s books, so it’s up to Ex and his band of friends to stop them. Also everyone can transform into fairy tale characters because it’s a gacha game adaptation.
We continue across the sea of stars, where Gee and Iro watch the seminal 1988-1997 Legend of the Galactic Heroes OVA a few episodes at a time. Keep an eye out for this podcast between main installments of The GLORIO Chat as we work our way through the history books. This time, Episodes 36-38.
Uesugi Fuutarou is your usual misanthropic nobody, incredibly smart but caring for nothing but the cost/benefit analysis of his day to day existence. In order to help his struggling family out of debt, he agrees to be a tutor to the wealthy Nakano family. In what clearly seems like the set up to a visual novel considering this is based off of a manga, to his chagrin, he finds out he actually has to tutor five (identical?) sisters at the same time, and none of them are particularly interested in his services.
A burnt-out writer learns about the healing power of the love of cats.