A group of eccentric detectives are gathered in Kabukicho to solve mysteries and compete for cash. One of the detectives is the famous Sherlock Holmes, and Dr. John Watson has also arrived in Kabukicho to seek his help.
“Jet Racing”, a sport where young women race jet skis and shoot each other’s clothes off, is all the rage in Japan these days. Rin Namiki is determined to become a jet racing champion, just like her mother years ago.
Some girl wants to be average and everything about show is terrible.
Otonomiya Saku is a transfer student with an apparently amazing vocal range, and who the Singing Club at his new school are excited about for his potential to perform the song they plan on using for an upcoming competition. Meanwhile, some kind of mysterious force or beings known as the “white shadows” are making themselves known, not only to Saku but also to some of the teachers at the school, who seem to want to use its/their power in some way for an as yet unknown purpose.
Seiji Nanatsuki is a rookie police officer fresh out of the academy, and an idealist determined to fight crime and seek justice for all. In a world where humans live alongside elves, dwarves and vampires though, that might be a bit more complicated than it sounds – especially as Seiji himself may not be as normal as he appears.
A bland dude winds up living with nine girls of varying ages and helps them to fight demons by groping their breasts and making them fall in love with him.
Adapting the 7th major arc of the Fate/Grand Order mobile game, Absolute Demonic Front Babylonia follows blank slate mobile game protagonist Ritsuka Fujimaru and literally-grown-in-a-lab female lead Mash Kyrielight as they enter “The 7th Singularity” (the past six weren’t popular enough to get adapted into anime, except the 6th which takes place right before this but won’t air until 2020 at the earliest) – the eponymous “Absolute Demonic Front” in Babylon, 2655 B.C.E. – to prevent the extinction of humanity.
Iruma has awful parents. They make him work to support the family while they laze about, despite him being 14, just because he can’t say no to anyone. They eventually sell him to a demon named Sullivan, who cares for him as if if he were his own grandson. Now attending demon school, Iruma must conceal his true identity as a human, or risk being eaten.