Allen Walker (CV: Ayumu Murase) is an exorcist in the Black Order. He, together with some other exorcists, have just arrived home to their new headquarters after a mission in getting an Innocence. Allen is taken into a “meeting” and there he learns the truth about himself and once again his life is changing. Continue reading
I have needed you for a long, long time. You are the one–the only one–I have been searching for.
Come. Stand up and dry your eyes. I will guide you. Leave everything to me…
Sorata Suzuhara (CV: Atsushi Abe) is on a field trip to the Diet Building with his class when something strange happens. He hears the voice of a girl and then a song, but no one else can hear it. Suddenly he’s not there anymore but at a strange place where everything is in monochrome, without the ability to walk and his body is turning cold. But to his rescue comes a pink haired girl. She tells him he’s in the Taishou era and then takes him to a flying ship, when she learns he’s from the future. It turns out the ship is full of espers, the girl being one of them, but just as they are starting to get settled the day after getting on it, there’s an attack… Continue reading
Our favourite magical boys and alien wombat are back, fighting against new enemies, now that the student council has stopped their evil activity and become friends with the Earth Defense Club! They are powered up in their magical powers, but are just as gay as before. Continue reading
Tsukiko Yahisa (name changeable) really loves stars, and attends a school to study astronomy together with her childhood friends Kanata Nanami (CV: Tomokazu Sugita) and Suzuya Tohzuki (CV: Daisuke Ono). However she is the only girl at the school. At the end of the school year, in March, there is a transfer student, Yoh Tomoe (CV: Hikaru Midorikawa). Yoh claims to be Tsukiko’s childhood friend, but Tsukiko can’t remember this “Hitsuji”.
A group of five youths have gathered in an empty club room with a sign saying “Earth Defence Club (lol)” at their school, an all-boys school. One day a pink wombat (CV: Mugihito) appears and makes the five Battle Lovers to protect earth from evil. The Earth Defence Club is made official with their dead teacher as their supervisor. At the same time the student council at Binan Koukou act as the evil with a green hedgehog called Zundar (CV: Hiroki Yasumoto) as their leader.
I’ll keep it short not to spoil the little story this show has. This show, called Cute High Earth Defence Club LOVE in English, is a great mahou shoujo parody that is really funny. It’s sadly unappreciated, but it’s actually a very good show, which is well done and doesn’t take itself seriously. The name of the school – Binan Koukou (translated to Cute High) – is roughly translated to Pretty Boy High School, which in itself just show how it’s not taking itself seriously.
I loved the show, because it’s well made and is spot-on on how it makes fun of mahou shoujo, doesn’t take itself seriously, and doesn’t repeat the exact same jokes every time. It even has a plot twist! I recommend this show to anyone and everyone. The only people that might want to stay clear of it are the people who gets embarrassed when they see boys transform in a really mahou shoujo-ish way. It was totally one of the best things that aired this winter season.
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Alibaba Saluja (CV: Yuuki Kaji), a runaway prince, wants to conquer a dungeon, and when he meets a small boy named Aladdin (CV: Kaori Ishihara) who is a magi. Together they go to conquer a local magi and with the money Alibaba gets he buys all the slaves in the town free. He then starts a journey hoping to once again meet with Aladdin who went missing after they conquered the dungeon. Continue reading
I realized having two posts a week is too much for me at the moment, so I’m going back to a post once a week. There will however, soon be another thing I’m trying out and I hope you won’t mind it!
Masayoshi Hazama (CV: Toshiki Masuda) wants to be a superhero. He believes that he can make the world just and after his grandfather dies he starts being Samurai Flamenco – a superhero. In his superhero outfit he saves people as best he can, and tell them when they are doing wrong regardless of whether they are crossing the road when it’s red or putting out the trash the day before trash pick-up day. As he works towards realizing his dream, he one night meet the police officer Hidenori Gotou (CV: Tomokazu Sugita) who becomes that friend helping him when he’s in need or reprimanding him when he has done something stupid.
One day when Kagome Higurashi (CV: Satsuki Yukino) is going to get what she thinks is the at out of the well in a shrine at her house, she is moved through time to feudal Japan. There she meet a half-demon called Inuyasha (CV: Kappei Yamaguchi) who awakens from being sealed to a tree by a priestess named Kikyou (CV: Noriko Hidaka). Kagome is told she’s the reincarnation of this priestess and she has to protect Shikon no Tama – The Jewel of Four Souls – from the demons in Japan. However, in order to save a child from a demon crow, she accidentally breaks it and together with Inuyasha they now travel Japan in search for the shards, while learning the truth of what really happened 50 years before Kagome appeared… Continue reading
One day when Riko Kurahashi (CV: Manami Numakura) is asked to deliver some papers to the student council, she finds the de facto president, Natsuo Maki (CV: Chinatsu Akasaki) practising kissing on a dakimakura with a drawn face. Due to her own carelessness she says she has experience with boys and is forced to join the student council as the advisor. Now she is studying love together with the student council and although the lie hurts sometimes, she’s loving the fun days. Continue reading
Tomoko Kuroki (CV: Izumi Kitta) is a socially awkward geek who spends a lot of time playing otome games, listening to drama CDs and watching anime. When she is getting into high school she’s certain she’ll be popular, but regardless of what she does, she’s always alone, and the people closest to her doesn’t seem to notice her problems at all.
Watamote (or “However I think about it, it’s your fault I’m not popular!” translated into English and with the official English title WATAMOTE ~ No Matter How I Look At It, It’s You Guys’ Fault I’m Unpopular!~) can be seen in two ways. One is that it’s extremely depressing. Other is that it’s funny as hell. It’s the hit or miss anime of a century. I can see how it’s depressing and how it might seem terrible to laugh at it because Tomoko’s life sucks. Her only friend from middle school doesn’t even realize how much Tomoko struggles. Regardless chances are that you’ll find it awkward, if not at all times, at least once in a while. Continue reading