Sakuta Azusagawa is minding his own business in a library when he notices the celebrity senior in his school parading around in a bunny girl costume. He finds out that he is the only person that can see her outside of the school. After proving this phenomenon real, Sakuta reveals it might be linked to a rumored Adolescence Syndrome which affected his own sister.
Subaru is a famous and talented party in the popular MMO Union secretly made out of six elementary school friends…for some reason. They take down tough raid bosses despite the risk of character permadeath. After a raid, one girl in the group dies,
Aki is a thirteen year old who wants people to take him seriously as a man. He moves to Tokyo to establish his manhood free of preconceptions. For some reason he happens to live in a dorm run by an actual child molester and her obviously abused tenants.
It’s been a long ride, and though the story of March Comes In Like A Lion is clearly not finished, it’s safe to say I am incredibly satisfied with where we leave off.
After failing to save Makise Kurisu, Okabe Rintarou hangs up the white labcoat and determines to live his life as a normal student. This has caused him to drift from almost all his former friends, but has given him the stability his foray into time travel robbed of him. However, new work in artificial intelligence will draw him back into the world of mad science.
J is the popular top-grades president of Sparkleboy High… I mean Koyomi Academy. There he is surrounded by an ecclectic band of pretty boys all vying for screen time to the point that no one feels particularly important. However, beneath the surface, J is the guardian of a Blood Spirit who happens to be his sister, though the two have become separated. It’s probably the worst thing I’ve watched all season.
Four hot guys work a traditional Japanese cafe in the heart of Tokyo’s famed random bamboo forests. There, rando office ladies go to relax and learn some life lessons.