In the latest gacha game-inspired adventure, we visit a world where magic-users known as Periods kill monsters known as Spirals. Wacky hijinks ensue.
Ōzora Tsubasa has loved playing football (soccer, whatever) since he was a kid, even having his life saved by one. Now aged 11, he’s moved to the city of Nankatsu to attend elementary school, as well as further his football career.
Kashiwagi Sora lives at home by himself, though his dad regularly sends him gifts from abroad. The latest in a series of strange and supernatural deliveries is a mummy from Egypt. It’s kinda cute.
Kazuryuu Yaichi becomes the youngest player to hold the title of Dragon King, one of the most prestigious titles in shogi. While getting water during that game, he promises a young girl that he’ll do anything she wants if he manages to win it. A year later, she shows up at his house and asks to become his disciple. Then she gets naked.
Men of all ages compare and wage wars over the size of their crests. Our hero has great ambitions to serve as a lord and protect his people from monsters, something which the current rulers aren’t doing, but his crest is too tiny. Fortunately, a mage in a miniskirt helps him out.
Who needs The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones? We’ve got shows about ten-way affairs, detectives with magic eyes and at least two shows that give the Ace Attorney games a run for their money. Here’s what I watched this year.
Sakuranomiya Maika is desperate for a part-time job, as she’s hoping to save up money to travel abroad. Unfortunately she has naturally scary eyes, so potential employers end up too frightened to hire her. She’s eventually hired at a themed cafe, and told to be sadistic to the customers.