The SCM is a device that lets its wearer enslave anyone also wearing an SCM, lest you defeat them in a competition first. While Eiya Arakawa enters a bizarre contract with a Yuuga, a thrill-seeking weirdo keen to try out the device, a girl named Lucie uses hers to serve the man who raped her his just desserts. Yup, this is that kind of show.
Aya Asagiri’s life is a living hell, much like watching this show. Things get better for Aya when a mysterious site offers her magical powers in the form of a toy gun. For us, things just get worse.
Kaoruko “Kaos” Moeta is a high schooler trying to make it as a professional manga artist. When her latest work gets released to scathing reviews, her editor suggests she move into a dormitory for female mangaka.
If you go about doing a season preview, it is only obvious you also close off on a season review. In The Wrap-Up, all of our contributors get to shine a spotlight on the show they thought to be the very best of the past few weeks, as well as reflect back on the preview to see which shows let us down the most.
This season, eight cute shows entered the ring in a fight to the death. One will reign victorious, but not in this feature, as our overview of the best theme songs of the season has no love for any of the combatants in The Roundup‘s cute show battle royale extravaganza. What do we have, then?…
Everything changes for 23-year-old job hunter Juri Yukawa when her brother and young nephew are kidnapped by a mysterious organization, and her grandfather reveals his possession of The Stone, a bizarre artifact that allows him to enter the world of Stasis, where everything and everyone but them has been frozen in time. Using The Stone’s powers, Juri, her father and her grandfather attempt to sneak into the kidnappers’ hiding place while they’ve been rendered motionless — but they soon find out they’re not alone.
After the remarriage of her mother, Yuzu is beyond upset when she finds out the conservative girls’ school she’ll be attending won’t land her a boyfriend anytime soon. After she gets a humiliating scolding from the diligent, aloof student council president Mei on her very first day, things couldn’t possibly get any worse for Yuzu — until she finds out none other than Mei is to be her new step-sister, and they’ll be living under the same roof. Oh, and Mei sexually assaults her a couple of times, but the official summaries conveniently forget to mention that.