A loli tsundere, a quiet genius, a tea serving yandere, and a domesticated cat girl are in a club with a brow beaten, average guy. As the Good Job Club (I’m assuming it’s called that from the title of the series), they… I don’t know what they’re supposed to do actually, they never explain that either.
Tamako already leads a busy life attending high school, spending time with her friends in the baton club, and helping out at her family’s mochi shop, but her life may get even more hectic after finding an incredibly peculiar talking bird.
Pachinko Game (?) Adaptation by TMS Entertainment Currently Unlicensed Premise: Manjiro makes a living (sort of) by performing odd jobs and helping out the people of his city, but in secret, takes back the possessions stolen from the people by corrupt political powers. The people call him “Get-backer Roman.”
Deep within Hanzo National Academy there is a small group of female students enrolled in a secret course that only a select few even know exists. They also for some reason all happen to be rather well endowed.
Alright everyone, once again for the sake of JOURNALISM, we’re back for another round of this season’s anime shorts. Our coverage (and my suffering) continues with Line Offline Salaryman, Ishida & Asakura, gdgd Fairies and Senyu. Are any of these quick hits of anime worth your troubles or is your handful of minutes better spent elsewhere? HMM I WONDER HOW THIS IS GOING TO GO?
After learning their school is closing due to low enrollment, three girls decide to form an idol group to bring in new students.
A boy who is resentful of love gets coerced into playing boyfriend with a popular girl who shares his opinion.
The hero and the Demon King meet and become partners in looking for a way to find the horizon beyond the war between their peoples.
Manga Adaptation by ZEXCS Simulcast on Crunchyroll Premise: Hiroshi Inaba, a werewolf with a hair fetish, runs a private detective agency with a bunch of other weirdos. His current assignment: catch the mysterious counterfeiter who also happens to be an anthropomorphic goat, Don Valentino.
Nekomonogatari Black tells the story of the fated Golden Week shortly before the events of Bakemonogatari. Araragi tries to sort out his feelings for Hanekawa, the girl who helped him survive his own bizarre and dangerous Spring Break. But Hanekawa has troubles of her own, even before her body is possessed by a mischievous cat spirit.