In the sequel to the 2009 tokusatsu series ‘Kamen Rider W’, the Narumi Detective Agency protects the windy city, Fuuto, from attack by hideous monsters known as Dopants. The agency is headed by wannabe hard-boiled detective Shotaro Hidari, and his mysterious partner Philip. Together, they are the world’s first two-in-one Kamen Rider.
Haru, Rio and Kyouka are working hard to take their idol unit TiNgS all the way to the top, but their efforts aren’t translating into audience turnouts in the slightest. When their disbandment seems imminent, the president of their talent agency decides to give them one last chance… but in order to make anything of it, the girls are going to need a manager who can do the impossible.
Guy dies from overwork at a pharmaceutical company, wakes up in fantasy world with medieval level medicine. Also he has magical powers, a maid, and no shadow.
Urushi knows that her underclassman in the shogi club, Ayumu, is smitten with her. Much to her frustration, however, he refuses to ask her out until he’s managed to beat her in fair game. As his shogi skills leave a lot to be desired, Urushi tries to get him to confess in myriad other ways, but his impenetrable poker face is as much of an obstacle to her as Urushi’s superior play is to him.
Directly following on from the events of ‘Made in Abyss: Dawn of the Deep Soul’, Riko, Reg, and Nanachi have overcome the monstrous Bondrewd and look to continue their journey deeper into The Abyss. Ahead of them lies the Sixth Layer, from which no human has ever returned, and the legend of a mysterious Golden City
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.
Deadbeat college student Amamiya Yuuhi wakes up one morning to find a talking lizard on his bed. It proclaims that his destiny is to join up with the other Beast Knights and protect the Princess (who turns out to also be his next door neighbor, Asahina Samidare), lest the gigantic Biscuit Hammer fall and smash the entire planet. Though indifferent over the fate of the world, Yuuhi swears to follow Samidare after she declares that the Biscuit Hammer won’t destroy Earth; she will.
Five girls in a magic academy sit down for tea and scones.
The title says it all.
In a new adaptation of Reiko Yoshida and Mia Ikumi’s classic manga, Ichigo Momomiya has just begun her high-school life and is already preoccupied with asking out her crush Aoyama. On their first date though things take a funny turn as she’s zapped by a mysterious ray which gives her the powers of the Iriomote Cat. Now she has to band together with a group of other girls with animal powers to battle an alien invasion!
Bland protagonist, who is also a wizard, summons a horny demon.
In a world where World War II is fought against aliens instead of fascists, Major Grace Maitland Steward, who has retired from active duty after losing her magical powers, launches a proposal to motivate troops through the power of music. You probably know what happens next.
The Kingdom of Meta-licana is under attack by demons, monsters, and sinister warlocks. Only the legendary wizard, Dark Schneider, sealed into the body of mild-mannered Lucien, can save them. However, he can only be unsealed by receiving the kiss of a virgin maiden. Good thing Lucien’s childhood friend, Tia Noto Yoko is up to the task. But will summoning the aggressive and crass Dark Schneider be worth the trouble he brings?
The Teppen Grand Prix is the pinnacle competition for high schoolers looking to show off their manzai comedy skills. Yayoi, Yomogi, and Yuzu are three students from Kazuki High School in Nanba who have entered the trios division, and find themselves boarding in a dormitory with the other contending teams.
Hideto Tsuji is traumatised by the mere thought of playing football after losing his childhood teammate. He definitely wont be joining the school team by the end of episode two.
Boy idols, except one of them hates being an idol so the ghost of a girl idol takes over his body and probably hilarity ensues
The rival nations of Westalis and Ostania are locked in a cold war, where battles are won not through force of arms, but through espionage. Agent “Twilight” is Westalis’ top spy, and his newest assignment is to get close to an extremist political leader, an infamous recluse. The only path available is to meet him is via a school function, parent to parent. But Twilight is single and childless! To complete his mission, he’s got to put together a cover: a family that allows him to spy.
A clan of young kunoichi live deep in the mountains, far away from any men. Tsubaki, leader of the Dog Squad, finds herself increasingly curious and obsessed with the idea of men, and it’s starting to affect her ninja training.
Kotetsu T. Kaburagi and Barnaby Brooks Jr. are back at it as the dynamic superhero duo Tiger and Bunny, fighting crime on the hit reality TV series, “HERO TV,” where corporate sponsored superheroes compete to earn points by apprehending criminals and saving lives. It’s been a few years since the events of the first season, and now the two must contend with a new generation of heroes, eager to to prove their mettle.
Desumi and Fudo are hopelessly in love and learning the ins and outs of the dating game. There’s just one problem – she’s the Death Queen of the evil organization Gekko and he’s the leader of the Sentai squad Gelato 5, dedicated to foiling their plans.