In a fictional country comprised of 13 states, the autonomous organization ACCA provides public service and polices the rest of the government. On the eve of ACCA being dissolved, Jean Otus’ new assignment is to audit all 13 districts within six months.
For some reason, there’s a Heroine Party in the Japanese government composed entirely of an idol group. I’m not sure what the political purpose of this is, but hey, look! Idols!
Another year’s gone by, and Iro’s got more random awards for stuff he liked! Hooray!
Meicoomon has vanished after murdering Leomon, and the infection is spreading to even the Digidestined’s partners. The only option may be to reboot the Digital World entirely, erasing years of cherished memories.
Matoi Sumeragi is a young shrine maiden whose life turns upside down when she accidentally activates an exorcism ritual and becomes a magical girl. Then her dad gropes her chest.
In the newest incarnation of Digimon, Toei finally catches up with 2010’s technology and makes all of the Digimon into smartphone apps.
During Totally-Not-World-War-II, the princess of Totally-Not-Switzerland works to protect her country from Totally-Not-Nazi-Germany. This includes saving and befriending the eponymous Izetta, whose magical powers will almost certainly be the key to ending the war.