It is the future, global warming has flooded the planet and high temperatures have massively reduced the population of the world. The solution is androids of course. This story follows four androids who don’t have owners and, thus, no regular income which they need to pay the electricity bills to stay operational (read:alive). They figure that if they win some X-Factor type thing and get the prize money that everything will be sorted.

First Look: The Magical Revolution of the Reincarnated Princess and the Genius Young Lady

Anisphia, the first princess of the Kingdom of Palettia, has always loved magic, but couldn’t use it herself. So, in comes science with a bit of fantasy to help, particularly with her dream of wanting to fly. After a flying mishap, she ends up crashing her brother’s dramatic break up with his then fiancée Euphyllia, who was being lumbered with various lies as justification for the break up. Anisphia saves her from further abuse and the pair work together to restore her good name. Also it’s an isekai, but don’t worry about that, it adds nothing to the plot.


Seventeen years ago, some uncle got isekai’d. However, he was just in a coma and woke up back in the real world with an obsession with SEGA and wanting to know how they did in the console war. Oh, he can still do all his magic powers and stuff, and there’s regular shared flashbacks to mid-isekai uncle, so it’s just an isekai flashback show apparently.

First Look: CUE!

A group of 15 wannabe voice actors join a brand new talent agency called AiRBLUE. They learn and do voice acting, and maybe some singing too. That’s it, that’s the plot.

First Look: In the Land of Leadale

Keina (with a K) is in hospital on life support. To get some sort of enjoyment out of staying alive, she plays a VRMMORPG. There’s a power cut and the life support stops, but while the body died, Keina’s mind entered the game and became Cayna (with a C and a Y), an overpowered half-elf. 200 years passed but Keina’s efforts in the game in the past are still relevant and available, such as the children she made in the game. Oh right, yeah, she has some adopted children in the game, who haven’t seen their mother for 200 years.

First Look: I, Tsushima

There’s a cat that speaks with a deep voice who joins an old lady with a few other cats who they call Ojii-chan. That’s it, that’s the plot. What were you expecting from 1 minute long episodes?

First Look: Remake Our life!

Transported ten years into the past, one failed video game developer gets a second chance to choose arts college instead of general college to learn to be creative, find a specialism and maybe meet his heroes along the way.

First Look: Shadows House

High atop a cliff sits the mansion known as Shadows House, home to a faceless clan that pretends to live like nobles. They express their emotions through living dolls that also endlessly clean the home of soot. One such servant, Emilico, aids her master Kate as they learn more about themselves and the mysteries of the house.

First Look: Burning Kabaddi

Yoigoshi Tatsuya used to be a big football (soccer) player, but he’s had enough and, when entering high school, became a livestreamer and shunned all sports. Members of various sports teams from the school beg for him to join, but he refused them all until, one day, he met the members of the kabaddi team.