|Slice of Life(2)||Spiritual(1)||Swordplay(1)||Video-game inspired(3)|
|Disgaea||Watch||See Makai Senki Disgaea|
|Dream Users||Watch||See Yume Tsukai|
|Dream Weavers||Watch||See Yume Tsukai|
|Familiar of Zero||Rent||See Zero no Tsukaima|
|Freshly Baked!! Ja-pan!||Buy||See Yakitate!! Japan|
Makai Senki Disgaea
The teenaged demon-lord, Laharl finds himself rudely awoken by a Heaven-sent Angel, after having been poisoned, sealed in a magic coffin and then dumped in a rubbish heap of a cemetery. Flonne, an apprentice Angel assassin tells him that two years have passed since his father, the demon King Krichevskoy’s death. Laharl learns that he was attacked to keep him out of the running for his father's now vacant position as the Great-Dark-Lord. So together with Flonne, and Enta, a cute demon follower, Laharl decides to set forth for the royal castle to reclaim the throne that is rightfully his and to really hurt those who ambushed him and attempted to seal him away.
|Summer 2||Watch||See _summer|
Tales of Phantasia
Cless Alvein, a young swordsman from the town of Totus, along with his friend Mint Adnade, a healer with the talent of Mana, are sent back in time to defeat Dhaos, a sorcerer imprisoned by their parents decades ago. Along with the help of the archer Chester Barklight, the summoner Klarth F. Lester and the half-elf Arche Klaine, they seek to right the wrongs of Dhaos and return peace to the land. Based on the 1995 Super Famicom Game by NAMCO, "Tales of Phantasia."
|The Familiar of Zero||Rent||See Zero no Tsukaima|
|Yakitate Japan||Buy||See Yakitate!! Japan|
A young six-year-old boy learns the wonders of baking bread and grows up with a desire to create an “bread that will define Japan”. But can this young man, born with gifted golden (or solar) hands, craft the yeasts and sugars of a simple bread dough and create a chewy manna of the heavens succeed? Only a battle of faith and culinary creativity can decide, as a young Kazuma accepts the challenge to create the most ultimate BREAD OF JAPAN!!!
Mishima Touko and Mishima Rinko are "Dream Users", people who have power over the "world of dreams". Their job is to solve mysteries and fight evil in this dream world (created by the human spirit). At the request of a middle-school student named Nakajima Kei, they investigate the mystery of a dead girl from two years ago, and a seemingly related incident where twenty-four girls all became pregnant, but never delivered. The 24 girls were all from the same class as the dead girl. The mystery grows to encompass the entire school as well as a legend thousands of years old...
|Zero Louise - Season 1||Rent||See Zero no Tsukaima|
Zero no Tsukaima
|Rent||Louise Valliere is a 2nd year student at the esteemed Magic Academy High School, but all of her classmates call her ‘Zero Louise’. While no one doubts her magic ability, it is just that all of the spells that she casts just go wrong, usually with disastrous and explosive results. Rumor has it that none of the spells that she tried to cast have ever gone as expected, which is how she picked up her nickname - Zero. One of the most import 2nd year student rituals is the summoning of a familiar. A familiar once summoned will stay with the magician for rest of their life. A mage’s magical familiar can appear in the form of any creature – as small as a mouse, as a fearsome fire salamander, and perhaps even as a dragon for an exceptional mage. True to form, Louise’s familiar summoning spell goes very wrong and pulls Hiraga Saito from his life as a high school student (in Japan) into the magic world. The ritual is sacred and once started, cannot be changed, so Louise accepts her fate and gives Saito a kiss (on the lips) to seal their bond. The other students take delight in teasing Zero Louise at having summoned an ordinary commoner as a familiar, but they have forgotten that familiars are magical creatures and by their nature - are never ordinary or common.|