A global pandemic is ravaging mankind and world leaders have failed to stop it… and in this anime, a virus that turns people into monsters is ravaging mankind and world leaders have failed to stop it. A samurai and a ninja from the edo period are transported to the present day and join a team of researchers trying to stop the virus.
A girl whose name I didn’t catch (possibly because she isn’t given any) has inherited a company from her late father. Unfortunately, that company is on the brink of bankruptcy, and it’s now up to her to save it by producing… stuff. She’s a producer or something, idk. In the course of her work, weird supernatural stuff starts happening and she just so happens to meet four hot guys, none of whom she will probably date or sleep with because that would ruin it for the viewers rooting for any of the other guys.
Shinichi Sakurai enters college and discovers his high school underclassmen named Uzaki is attending the same school. After observing Sakurai for a full year, Uzaki decides he’s too much of a loner and is determined to pull him out of his shell.
Facing extinction at the hands (claws?) of the Gadoll, mankind has found safety inside the mobile fortress called “Deca-Dence”. A young girl named Natsume is locked into career of maintaining the ship, but her true desire is to be a solider fighting the Gadoll.
In the late Meiji era, best friends and fictionalized versions of tanka poet Takuboku Ishikawa and linguist Kyousuke Kindaichi form Woodpecker’s Detective Office, teaming up to investigate various deadly mysteries.
Haru Katou works in a section of the police department that could only be described as deadbeat, assigned to looking out for wayward children when he’d clearly rather be out there cleaning up crime and looked upon as a real police officer. His office is thrown into disarray when Daisuke Kanbe, a detective with both God-like assets and a God-like attitude, enters the picture.
Set after the 2019 Sakura Wars game, the Imperial Combat Revue Flower Division – a troupe of mech pilot troops – must deal with a new demonic invasion as well as take care of the amnesiac sole survivor of the Moscow Combat Revue. Also the OP is a banger.
Genius mechanic Appare and beleaguered samurai Kosame find themselves shipwrecked and penniless in Los Angeles, California. They decide to participate in the Trans-America Wild Race Big Boss Grand Prix in a custom made steam car to win the $10,000 grand prize and buy their way back to Japan.
A boy called Bam (Yoru?) has spent nearly all his life beneath a huge tower, with only his friend and rescuer, Rachel (Rahel?), by his side. When Rachel/Rahel decides she wants to climb to the top of the tower and disappears, Bam/Yoru manages to follow her inside, where he is faced with a number of deadly challenges at each level on his quest to find her again.
A group of eccentric detectives are gathered in Kabukicho to solve mysteries and compete for cash. One of the detectives is the famous Sherlock Holmes, and Dr. John Watson has also arrived in Kabukicho to seek his help.
“Jet Racing”, a sport where young women race jet skis and shoot each other’s clothes off, is all the rage in Japan these days. Rin Namiki is determined to become a jet racing champion, just like her mother years ago.
Otonomiya Saku is a transfer student with an apparently amazing vocal range, and who the Singing Club at his new school are excited about for his potential to perform the song they plan on using for an upcoming competition. Meanwhile, some kind of mysterious force or beings known as the “white shadows” are making themselves known, not only to Saku but also to some of the teachers at the school, who seem to want to use its/their power in some way for an as yet unknown purpose.
Seiji Nanatsuki is a rookie police officer fresh out of the academy, and an idealist determined to fight crime and seek justice for all. In a world where humans live alongside elves, dwarves and vampires though, that might be a bit more complicated than it sounds – especially as Seiji himself may not be as normal as he appears.
Aruto Hiden is a young man who just wants to make it as a comedian. However, he’s going to have to put his dream on hold as he’s been named his grandfather’s heir, and that means taking the presidency of the vast Hiden Corporation, which has revolutionised the world with its lifelike robot HumaGears. When evil forces begin to take over the HumaGears and turn them against humanity, Aruto must use his grandfather’s final invention to battle them as the first Rider of the new era, Kamen Rider Zero-One!
Accelerator has recovered from his injuries, albeit with his powers now severely limited. Before he can leave the hospital, he’s attacked by a new enemy trying to obtain his DNA.
Uenoyama is a skilled guitarist who has lost his passion for playing, while Sato is constantly carrying around a prized guitar that he has no idea how to play or restring. When he begs Uenoyama to fix his guitar and then teach him to play, Sato becomes completely attached, and the relationship is cemented when he tags along to Uenoyama’s band practice and listens to him perform for the first time.
Before Oda Nobunaga grew to become one of the most famous warlords in Japan’s history, he was Kipposhi – an apparently lovable scamp (and extreme pretty-boy) who spent most of his time mixing with street urchins and being hated on by his parents.
A group of Let’s Play Youtubers are kidnapped and taken to a remote location to play a survival game. The group must participate in dangerous activities to earn viewers, and will remain trapped until they reach the required amount.
Three boys bond together after being turned into kappa.
Born into a wealthy family in a provincial town, Tuesday dreams of becoming a musician – something nobody around her seems to understand. Meanwhile, a similarly aged girl named Carole, scraping a living in the metropolis of Alba City, has the same aspirations. When Tuesday runs away and the pair chance to meet, they aim to make their shared dream a reality.