Momo is a regular high school girl with super senses who gets recruited by “Tsukikage”, a black-ops intelligence agency staffed entirely by other high school girls who wear revealing outfits and do drugs. Together, they fight crime and lick each other.
Yuta Hibiki is your totally regular Japanese high school kid who wakes up in the home of his classmate, Rikka Takarada, with no memories of who he is or how he got there. Thankfully, a voice from an old computer belonging to the titular Gridman tells him he has an important mission.
While testing a new deep dive interface, Kirito enters “Underworld”, a new virtual world that may be inspired by Alice in Wonderland. The new system provides the most realistic experience yet, but the users have no memory of the world once they wake up.
Tsukishiro Hitomi is lonely. She lives with her grandmother and reminisces about the time she used to spend with her mother, and when she was able to see the world in colour. While watching the fireworks she used to love, her grandmother uses time magic to send her into the past, to meet when they are both the same age.
Tensions are rising across the world in the aftermath of the attack from God’s Right Seat. The Roman Catholic Church and Academy City seem to be on the path to war. Touma Kamijou finds himself once again at the center of it all, and along with his allies they may be the only ones that can stop the conflict.
It’s 2001 and in Italy, the most JoJo of all countries, strange JoJo shenanigans are afoot. This time our featured hero is Giorno Giovanna, local small-time crook and the illegitimate son of DIO.
A dangerous super drug named “Anthem” is spreading amongst the city’s criminal underground. The special crime investigation unit, “Seven-O,” is tasked with investigating Anthem and apprehending its users who are enhanced with super powers by the drug. Overeager rookie cop Kirill Vrubel and veteran detective Doug Billingham are one such duo who must work together to bring these criminals to justice.
Romio Inuzuka and Juliet Persia are leaders of opposing factions at Dahlia Academy. They’ve fought like cats and dogs since elementary school, but Inuzuka has a secret – he’s actually in love with Persia! Will he find the courage to confess?!?
Yuu Koito had always assumed she’d understand love as soon as someone confessed to her, but when a boy told her he loves her on the day of their middle school graduation, she didn’t know how to react. Now in high school, Yuu continues to be puzzled by her classmates’ stories of teenage romance, but eventually finds a kindred spirit in the diligent student council president Touko Nanami. When Nanami unexpectedly tells Yuu she might be falling for her, however, things quickly get even more confusing.
The oppressive Tokugawa Shogunate and their state funded Boy Band have taken the music from the people. With his burning passion and magic guitar, one man… oh wait, that was Bakumatsu Rock, which was kind of fun. This is a boring show about two samurai transported to alternate history Japan where the Tokugawa shogunate never came to power.
Sakura is an average, idol-loving high school girl…who’s hit by a van and dies. Resurrected a decade later, she’s been picked by a bizarre man named Kotaro to join a bunch of other zombie girls as the world’s first undead zombie idol group.
Derrida accidentally helped his dad usher in the robot apocalypse and will most likely leap through time to try and fix his mistake.
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.
Asuka Tsuchimiya is the head of the ‘Crystal Radio Research Society’, a bunch of friends who indulge in weird and wonderful superstitions revolving around radio frequencies. Things get weird when a specific crystal and frequency transport them to another world, where they bump into a very different alternate version of Asuka.
Satoru Mikami is a 37 year old salaryman (and of course, virgin nerd) who randomly gets stabbed in the street, only to be reincarnated as a traditional RPG slime monster. He might not be pretty, but he sure does have a lot of light novel gibberish super powers.
Sougo Tokiwa is an 18 year old high school student who is convinced he’s born to be a King. It turns out he’s right, as time travellers from the year 2068 arrive and tell him he’s destined to become history’s greatest tyrant. Now it’s up to Sougo to decide whether he’s going to fall to villainy or embrace the heroic legacy of his 19 Heisei predecessors, as he takes the throne as Kamen Rider Zi-O!
Spirits are out there, doing shady spirit things and committing spirit crimes. Fortunately we have a strange kid who is well versed in magical law, and he’s ready to find them guilty and send them all to hell.
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.
Two brothers, who really enjoy this sweet secret handshake they’ve come up with, become Ultramen and beat the stuffing out of a big dinosaur.
Dull protagonist, an exorcist, moves into a room at a hot springs because it has cheap rent. There he finds himself living with a variety of quirky women who all seem interested in him, even though he’s very boring. He doesn’t exorcise a ghost despite being an exorcist, because she’s cute.