J is the popular top-grades president of Sparkleboy High… I mean Koyomi Academy. There he is surrounded by an ecclectic band of pretty boys all vying for screen time to the point that no one feels particularly important. However, beneath the surface, J is the guardian of a Blood Spirit who happens to be his sister, though the two have become separated. It’s probably the worst thing I’ve watched all season.
Four hot guys work a traditional Japanese cafe in the heart of Tokyo’s famed random bamboo forests. There, rando office ladies go to relax and learn some life lessons.
The connection between gods and mankind has grown weak in modern times. Zeus summons a normal high school girl to a special academy to help teach the most out-of-touch deities about humans and love.
Recap: Saki gets a Valvrave.
Recap: In the span of one episode, Valvrave manages to supersede the sheer stupidity of Code Geass and Guilty Crown combined.
Recap: The Dorssians put the pressure on and in desperation, ARUS tries to cut its losses and bail with the Valvrave in tow. Realizing they’ve been screwed, the students band together and declare independence from both ARUS and Dorssia, establishing an independent JIOR state on the grounds of their own school.
Recap: ARUS forces arrive at JIOR to provide assistance and oversee the evacuation as the Dorrsian fleets threaten their survival. Haruto agrees to act as a figurehead to encourage it as L-Elf manages to escape from custody.
Recap: After being killed and mysteriously coming back to life, Haruto finds himself in L-Elf’s body. Undeterred, he’s strikes out to recover the captured Valvrave and continue his mission of revenge against Dorssia.
Alternate Titles: Kakumeiki Valvrave Mecha anime by Sunrise Simulcast on Crunchyroll Premise: In the future, humanity has migrated to space and built cities and nations in the stars. Between two warring factions known as the Dorssia Military Pact Federation and the Atlantic Ring United States, lies the small neutral nation of JIOR that has stayed independent thanks…
Recap: All prior information is cast aside as the heroine has seemed to enter into an alternate timeline. In it, she is dating Shin, and that’s not the only thing that’s changed.
Generic Otome protagonist has woken up with no memories of the past and fawned over by unknown bishounen, making her a perfect self-insert to any interested parties. This is apparently due to some fairy bumping into her soul and trapping him in it… yeah I don’t understand that part either.