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A mixture of action, romance, and high school drama,?Shakugan no Shana?follows the adventures of fiery fighter Shana and Yuji, the normal human boy who quickly proves to be more than he seems. From this premise, writer Yashichiro Takahashi builds a vivid world, full of complex spells and monstrous villains. With strong world-building, well-animated fights, and many strong female characters,?Shana's dramedy setup gives it something for everyone.
Kagome Higurashi lives in present-day Tokyo, with her large and quirky family. While Kagome wishes her younger brother would be more mature and her grandfather would stop giving her strange artifacts as presents, she's happy with her life. Until, that is, fate decides to intervene. After being dragged down an old well on her family's shrine by a centipede demon, Kagome ends up hundreds of years in the past, in a world where violence is common and demons roam the land.
Natsu Dragneel and his friends travel to the island Kingdom of Stella, where they will reveal dark secrets, fight the new enemies and once again save the world from destruction.
While there is a decided lack of rumble in School Rumble, there is enough tangled love triangles for an entire semester of geometry.
Ten years ago, the mysterious Hell's Gate suddenly materialized in the middle of Tokyo, and the stars of the night sky were obscured in darkness. In their place, new stars emerged, each corresponding to an individual endowed with supernatural abilities. Devoid of emotion and conscience, these powerful killers have come to be known as Contractors.
Bakugan Battle Brawlers centers on the lives of creatures called Bakugan and the battle brawlers who possess them.
Ninja Gaiden follows the fictional story of Ryu Hayabusa, a master ninja, in his quest to recover a stolen sword and avenge the slaughter of his clan.
To Love-Ru is a Japanese manga series written by Saki Hasemi. The title is a pun on the words "love trouble", which describes the harem aspect of the series.
Bell Cranell is a rookie adventurer and the sole member of his dirt-poor guild founded by the petite goddess Hestia. Adventurers come from far and wide looking to strike it big in the massive labyrinth known as Dungeon, located beneath the city of Orario. Bell is more interested in picking up girls than Dungeon-crawling, but his reality check comes sooner than expected. Saved from a brush with death by the beautiful, renowned adventurer Aiz Wallenstein, Bell falls head-over-heels and sets his sights on winning her heart, but she's not the only woman he's caught the attention of, for better of worse.
In the distant future, people build their homes and raise domestic animals in subterranean caverns. As a result, they live in fear of the occasional earthquake and cave-in, and have been for hundreds of years. Jeeha is one such village. One day, a boy named Simon happens to find a small, shiny drill whilst digging to expand the village. At the same time, Kamina, a guy who believes that there is another land above the village, persuades a gangster to break through the ceiling in order to leave the cavern. Suddenly, an earthquake occurs and the ceiling collapses, followed by a big robot breaking through the ceiling. Kamina is now sure that there is a world above them. Recklessly, he begins to fight against the robot. At that moment, another person appears from the land above. It is a girl by the name of Yoko. With a rifle in hand, she had been tracking the robot. However, all she could do was distract it. Then, Simon shows what he had found to Kamina and Yoko. It's a mysterious robot whose head is also its body.
Based on the visual novel of the same name, Fate/Stay Night follows the events of the Fifth Holy Grail War, a high-stakes tournament between magicians and the Heroic Spirits they summon to fight for them. Mixing character exploration with epic battles, Fate/Stay Night creates an engaging tale centered on the different nuances of heroism. With a cast of characters heavily inspired by various mythologies, Fate/Stay Night offers a little of something for everyone from romance fans to mythology buffs.
Mikado Ryugamine grew up in an ordinary town, with an ordinary life. Now he's living in the Ikekuburo district of Tokyo, where he is attending high school. Ikekuburo, however, has adventure—and danger—lurking around every corner. From men who can fling vending machines to cursed swords to a supposedly headless biker riding around, the city is a far cry from his quiet hometown. Plus, there's Dollars, the mysterious new gang that no one seems to know too much about.
In the story, Kagami Taiga has just enrolled into Seirin High School when he meets Kuroko Tetsuya of the school's basketball team. Kuroko happens to be the shadowy sixth member of the legendary Generation of Miracles basketball team. Together, Kagami and Kuroko aim to take their team to the inter-high school championship against Kuroko's former teammates.
The Band of the Hawk participates in the Midland war campaign. On the bloody battlefield, they conquer decisive victories that lead them to Doldrey, an old fortress that will decide the outcome of the war.
After her mother died, Tohru Honda didn't have a place to live. Another family invited her to stay with them in exchange for doing household chores. She finds the Sohma family most unusual. When family members are hugged by the opposite sex, they turn into the animals from the Chinese zodiac. Tohru also has to tread carefully to avoid the wrath of the mysterious Akito, the head of the Sohma family who doesn't seem to appreciate Tohru digging into his family's secrets.