A child* shows up to help a patient overworked man live a better life, and they engage in something that definitely isn’t framed as sex.
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.
Robby Yarge is a man with a weakness for women. This has led him into untold amounts of debt on get-rich-quick schemes. A chance meeting with Hachi Kita brings both characters to reflect on the nature of predictability. Later, it turns out Hachi is working for the very debt collector that is after Robby. After that point any semblance of reason is abandoned and it’s really dumb.
The Thirteen Buddhas have appeared in the present day to rid the world of earthly vices, and yet somehow there isn’t much for them to do? So they just hang out at a temple and chill waiting for the next big bad thing to happen.
In a world where fairies and humans live among each other, some humans have gained the ability to summon a fairy partner as a weapon. After a long war, many of these users, known as “Fairy Soldiers,” reintegrated into society in a variety of ways, from government service to organized crime. Maria is searching for her long lost childhood friend, Veronica, and in the process ends up gaining the power to summon her own fairy. Faced with potential imprisonment, she joins the government organization “Dorothea,” tasked with responding to fairy related crimes.
It’s a ‘cute girls play baseball cutely’ show, except it insists on you observing a ditzy catgirl in the hope that you will later buy merchandise of her.