First Look: Soul Hunter

Taikobo, a young man whose clan was wiped out by a beautiful, ageless demon, is charged with hunting down and sealing all immortals living in the human world.

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First Look: Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san

Two middle school students, Nishikata and Takagi, are clearly in love and demonstrate their affection by playing tricks on each other during class. That’s it.

First Look: Sanrio Boys

High school boy Kouta Hasegawa has a love of Sanrio characters, but was bullied as a child for his ‘girly’ tastes and is now too ashamed to display his love openly. Feeling as though he is missing out on something important in life, he nonetheless goes about his high school days as usual – that is until he bumps into a popular group of boys with a similar affection for Sanrio characters, at least one of whom is entirely honest about his hobby.

First Look: Code:Realize

A young woman named Cardia has a deadly poison running through her body, making her literally untouchable by others. She is rescued from capture by the gentleman thief Arsène Lupin and taken with him to London, where she attempts to unlock the mysteries behind her being and her missing memories.

First Look: Sengoku Night Blood

A teenage girl is magically transported from modern-day Japan to a fantastical version of the Warring States era, complete with all the usual suspects like Oda Nobunaga, Toyotomi Hideyoshi, and Date Masamune running around. As it turns out, MC-chan’s blood has unique properties that provide strength and healing – which is probably unfortunate given that at least one side of the conflict are apparently vampires. Oh, and the other warrior teams have defining physical traits such as cat ears, because I guess that’s just what people have to do to inject some sense of originality into Sengoku-era stories these days.

First Look: My Very Own Hero

Masahiro Setagawa is the neighborhood delinquent errand-boy until he bumps into Kousuke Oshiba, the older brother of his best friend, whose fighting abilities have earned him the nickname Bear Killer. Fast forward a year or so and Setagawa is entering high school, with the days of playing lapdog for his delinquent ‘buddies’ behind him thanks to Oshiba’s influence. However, the delinquents have not quite forgotten Setagawa, and as fate would have it, Oshiba has just been assigned to Setagawa’s school as a math teacher.