Abducted by an unknown kidnapper when he was young and rescued by a mysterious woman named Milo, Daisuke Dojima is now a high-school student in Shibuya, waiting eagerly to protect his friends against unspecified adversaries as Milo once prophesized. When that day finally comes, huge mecha-like creatures called Revisions suddenly attack and Milo reappears, providing Daisuke with a mobile suit to help save Shibuya.
Jabami Yumeko and the rest of our lovable scamps are back. By day, Hyakkaou Academy for the Obscenely Rich (or otherwise just plain Obscene) is just your average prestigious private high school for the exceedingly privileged. By night, it turns into a gambling den, with apparently any game and any stakes allowed, and where cheating is a-okay so long as it’s spelled out for the audience.
To all appearances, Mei Ayazuki is a completely ordinary high school girl. However, when she became aware of her ability to see ghosts at a young age, she isolated herself from her peers and now wears headphones to block out the voices of her ‘friends’ who she can still hear to this day. One night, a self-proclaimed magician transports her back in time to an alternative Meiji Period Tokyo, where she meets a number of real-life historical figures in bishounen form.
It’s not easy to forget all the crap we here at Glorio subject ourselves to every year. From the merely unoriginal and incompetent shows to come out in 2018 like Dances with the Dragons and Bakumatsu, to the outright painfully bad like Devils Line and Magical Girl Site, we undeniably watched a lot of shit.…
Minato was once an accomplished archer, but following a certain incident in junior high school, he abandoned the sport, no longer able to perform to standard. Now a high school freshman, he reunites with old friends and against his initial wishes, is persuaded to join the school’s newly reestablished archery club.
Chased by an old woman for stealing food, Kakeru is rescued by a university student and elite runner named Haiji, who persuades Kakeru to live with him in an old apartment alongside eight other fellow residents. Unbeknownst to them, Haiji has been planning to form a team and enter the Hakone Ekiden Marathon – one of Japan’s most prominent university relay races – and Kakeru is the tenth and final member.
A young ballet dancer discovers that her friend’s prodigious talent comes from ‘aguu’ – once real people whose skills are being used for the benefit of others, and who now suffer on in eternal torment.