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Ga-Rei: Zero

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The show is about the Japanese Ministry of Defense and their anti-paranormal special forces called the Supernatural Disaster Prevention Office. They’re tasked with protecting Japan from supernatural and paranormal events. Of course there are missions that go awry and you’re dropped right into the middle of one from the beginning of the show. Continue reading

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TokyoESP

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The story of TokyoESP starts with Rinka, a poor high school girl who lives with her father. One day on her way home from school, she chases a flying penguin to the top of Tokyo Tower. Then a strange phenomenon occurs. She sees flying goldfish and one of them ends up going through her body, giving her supernatural powers. The power to slip through solid objects. Continue reading

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Needless

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Needless is a show I bypassed when it came out but decided to give it a chance recently. Not even sure why I bypassed it before since dystopian future type of stuff usually draws me in.

The story takes place in a future where a Third World War has taken place. A war that has brought worldwide chaos and also creates room for a new species known as Needless. Needless are humans who have contracted a ‘disease’ that allows them to wield new powers that mankind could only dream of. They’re able to control gravity, telekenesis, adapting, elementals and several other powers that you only see in comic books. Continue reading

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Blood Brigade Battlefront (Kekkai Sensen)

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Blood Blockade Battlefront is centered around a crime fighting organization called Libra who fight all sorts of extraterrestrial creatures in Hellsalem’s Lot. Hellsalem’s Lot is the city that used to be known as New York City. A portal between Earth and the netherworld opened up over New York City one day which trapped New Yorkers and creatures from another world in an impenetrable bubble, leaving Hellsalem’s Lot as a mixture of magic, crime, zombies, vampires, other creatures, blood weapons and and humans, what more could you ask for. All the monsters and humans are trying to live normal everyday lives throughout the madness. With several groups trying to burst the bubble and unleash Hellsalem’s Lot on the world, it’s up to Libra to try to stop them.  Continue reading

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Aesthetic of a Rogue Hero (Hagure Yuusha no Aesthetica)

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Usually the story would go like this: Hero defeats bad guy, good wins and evil goes home. Hero expects to go home and be treated like a conqueror. Happily ever after and all that. Well sometimes that isn’t the case as Akatsuki Ousawa is about to find out.

Aesthetic of a Rogue Hero takes place in a fantasy setting, a world where young men and women find themselves spirited away to another world. A world of swords and magic known as Alayzard. Those who survive and are able to make it back to their world are given magical abilities. An international training organization known as Babel protects the survivors and trains them to use their abilities properly so they can protect themselves and the world if needed. Akatsuki is one of those who made it back from the other world but he has cargo with him, a girl named Myuu who is the daughter of the Last Dark Lord, whom he defeated in battle and made the promise that he would take care of his daughter. This is only the beginning of that quest. Continue reading

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Castle Town Dandelion (Joukamachi no Dandelion)

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Castle Town Dandelion is about the Sakurada family. A royal family with 9 kids who are all vying for the crown. These aren’t your ordinary teenagers, each one has some type of special power which they use to help the citizens and also ensure their safety. While this is going on, there are 200 cameras in town to watch over the kids of the family and capture their lives on film, whether it be embarassing moments or them doing something to help someone.

You really don’t get to know many of the kids one on one because there’s so many that have to be in the show. You get to see their powers and you see the focus is on Akane for the most part. The other kids do get some airtime but no one gets as much as Akane, she’s pretty much the covergirl too. Continue reading

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