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    Naruto Shippuden

    Naruto Shippuden

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    Naruto Shippuden (a.k.a. Naruto: Hurricane Chronicles) takes place two-and-a-half years after Naruto leaves to train with Jiraiya. Upon his return, Naruto finds out that everyone in his age group has surpassed him in rank, and he's fallen behind. With only six months left to rescue Sasuke, however, Naruto must face even more dangerous enemies. As Akatsuki's plan unfolds, and Naruto slowly loses himself to the Nine-Tailed Demon Fox, it becomes clear that more dangers await Naruto than ever before. Opening Themes: 1. "Hero's Come Back!!," by nobodyknows+ (Episodes 1-30)
    2. "Distance," by LONG SHOT PARTY (Episodes 31-53)
    3. "BLUE BIRD," by Ikimono-Gakari (Episodes 54-77)
    4. "CLOSER," by Inoue Joe (Episodes 78-102)
    5. "Hotaru no Hikari," by Ikimono-Gakari (Episodes 103-128)
    6. "Sign," by FLOW (Episodes 129-153)
    7. "Toumei Datta Sekai," by Motohira Hata (Episodes 154-179)
    8. "Diver," by NICO Touches the Walls (Episodes 180-205)
    9. "Lovers," by 7!! (Seven Oops) (Episodes 206-230)
    10. "Newsong," by tacica (Episodes 231-256)
    11. "Assault Rock," by THE CROW-MAGNONS (Episode 257-281)
    12: "Moshimo" by Daisuke (Episodes 282-306)
    13: "Niwaka Ame Nimo Makezu" by NICO Touches the Walls (Episodes 307-332)
    14. "Tsuki no Ookisa" (月の大きさ) by Nogizaka46 (Episodes 333-???) Ending Themes: 1. "Nagare Boshi ~Shooting Star~," by HOME MADE Kazoku (Episodes 1-18)
    2. "Michi ~ to you all," by aluto (Episodes 19-30)
    3. "KIMI MONOGATARI," by Little by Little (Episodes 31-41)
    4. "Mezamero! Yasei," by MATCHY with QUESTION? (Episodes 42-53)
    5. "Sunao na Niji," by surface (Episodes 54-63)
    6. "Broken Youth," by NICO Touches the Walls (Episodes 64-77)
    7. "Long Kiss Goodbye," by HALCALI (Episodes 78-90)
    8. "BACCHIKOI!!!," by DEV PARADE (Episodes 91-102)
    9. "Shinkokyuu," by SUPER BEAVER (Episodes 103-115)
    10. "My Answer," by Seamo (Episodes 116-128)
    11. "It was you," by Kishidan (Episodes 129-141)
    12. "For You," by AZU (Episodes 142-153)
    13. "Jitensha (Bicycle)," by Oreskaband (Episodes 154-166)
    14. "Utakata Hanabi," by Supercell (Episodes 167-179)
    15. "You Can Do It," by Domino (Episodes 180-192)
    16. "Orchestra of Midnight," by Aqua Timez (Episodes 193-205)
    17. "FREEDOM," by HOME MADE Kazoku (Episodes 206-218)
    18. "Yokubou o Sakebe!!! (Shout Out Your Desires!!!)," by OKAMOTO'S (Episodes 219-230)
    19. "Place to Try," by TOTALFAT (Episodes 231-242)
    20. "By My Side," by Hemenway (Episodes 243-256)
    21. "Cascade," bu UNLIMITS (Episodes 257-268)
    22: "Kono Koe Karashite (ã"の声枯らã-て feat. CHENON)" by AISHA (Episodes 269-281)
    23: "MOTHER" by MUCC (Episodes 282-295)
    24: "Sayonara Memory (さよならメモリー Sayonara Memori)" by 7!! (Episodes 296-306)
    25: "I Can Hear" by DISH// (Episodes 307-319)
    26: "Yume o Daite ~Hajimari no Clisroad~" by Rake (Episodes 320-332)
    27: "Black Night Down (ブラックナイトタウン)" by Akihisa Kondou (Episodes 333-???)
    Story Arcs: 1. Rescue Gaara Arc (Episodes 1-32)
    2. Sasuke and Sai Arc (Episodes 33-53)
    3. Filler Arc 1: Sora Arc (Episodes 54-71)
    4. Hidan and Kakuzu Arc (Episodes 72-88)
    5. Filler Arc 2: Three-Tails' Arrival Arc (Episodes 89-112)
    6. Hunt for Itachi Arc (Episodes 113-118 + 121-141)
    Special: Kakashi Chronicles Arc (Episodes 119-120)
    7. Hunt for Eight-Tails Arc (Episodes 142-143)
    8. Filler Arc 3: Six-Tailed Jinchuriki Arc (Episodes 144-151)
    9. Sage Mode Training Arc (Episodes 152-156)
    10. Pain's Invasion Arc (Episodes 157-169 + 172-175)
    Filler Special: The Fourth Hokage's Legacy Arc (Episodes 170-171)
    11. Filler Arc 4: Leaf's History Arc (Episodes 176-196)
    12. Five Kage Summit Arc (Episodes 197-222)
    13. Filler Arc 5: Adventures at Sea Arc (Episodes 223-242)
    14. Confining the Jinchuriki Arc (Episodes 243-255)
    15. Fourth Ninja World War Arc (Episodes 256-???)moreless
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    Bleach

    Bleach

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    From manga artist Tite Kubo comes the story of a world where death lurks impalpable to an everyday human's eyes. Ichigo Kurosaki, along with his family, runs a local clinic. Ichigo has the unusual ability to see poltergeists but rather than react with surprise he merely sees it as an annoyance. Ichigo helps those he can when he cares to but can't bring himself to care enough... until one fateful day. A small, mysterious woman appears inside his room, a Shinigami known as Rukia Kuchiki. Soon Ichigo is dragged into Rukia's world of death, loyalty and danger as he struggles to hold on to his humanity whilst fulfilling the duties of a Shinigami. Opening Themes
    "Asterisk" by Orange Range (eps. 1-25) "D-tecnolife" by UVERworld (eps. 26-51) "Ichirin no Hana" by High and Mighty Colors (eps. 52-74) "Tonight, Tonight, Tonight" by Beat Crusaders (eps. 75-97) "Rolling Star" by YUI (eps. 98-120) "ALONES" by Aqua Timez (eps. 121-143) "After Dark" by Asian Kung-Fu Generation (eps. 144-167) "Velonica" by Aqua Timez (eps 190-214) "Shojo S" by Scandal (eps 215-242) "Anima Rossa" by Porno Graffiti (eps 243-265) "chAngE" by miwa (eps 266 - present) Ending Theme
    "Life is Like a Boat" by Rie Fu (eps. 1-13) "Thank You" by HOME MADE Family (eps. 14-25) "Houki Boshi" by Younha (eps. 26-38) "Happy People" by Skoop on Somebody (eps. 39-51) "Life" by Yui (eps. 52-63) "My Pace" by SunSet Swish (eps. 64-74) "Hanabi" by Ikimono-gakari (eps. 75-87) "MOVIN!!" by Takacha (eps. 88-97) "Baby It's You" by JUNE (eps. 98-109) "Sakura Hiyoko" by Mai Hoshimura (eps. 110-120) "Tsumasaki" by Ore Ska Band (eps. 121-131) "Daidai" by chatmonchy (eps. 132-143) "Tane wo Maku Hibi" by Atari Kousuke (eps. 144-154) "Kansha" by RSP (eps. 155-167) "Orange" by Lil'B a.k.a MIE&AILA (eps 168-179) "Gallop" by pe'zmoku (eps. 180-189) "Hitohira no Hanabira" by Stereo Pony (eps 190-201) "Sky Chord" by Tsuji Shion (eps. 202-214) "Kimi wo Mamotte, Kimi wo Aish**e by Sambo Master (eps 215-229) "Mad Surfer" by Kenichi Asai (eps. 230-242) "Sakurabito" by SunSet Swish (eps. 243-255) "Tabidatsu Kimi e (On a Journey to You)" by RSP (eps 256-265) "Stay Beautiful" by DIGGY-MO' (eps 266 - present)moreless
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    Fairy Tail

    Fairy Tail

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    This show is based on the popular manga series of the same name by Hiro Mashima. The story follows Lucy, a young wizard who wants to join the Fairy Tail Guild. She soon encounters Natsu, a Fairy Tail member and practitioner of the ancient Dragon Slayer Magic, as well as his partner Happy, a magical talking cat. After accepting Natsu's offer of membership into Fairy Tail, Lucy and Natsu team up to undertake various missions. Opening Theme:
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    "S.O.W. Sense of Wonder" by Idoling!!! (Episodes 11- ) Ending Theme:
    "Kanpekigu~no ne" by Watarirouka Hoshiri Tai (Episodes 1-11)
    "Tsuioku Merry-Go-Round" by onelifecrew (Episodes 11- )moreless
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    Naruto

    Naruto

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    Naruto is the story of Naruto Uzumaki, a shinobi who wants to obtain the title of Hokage. An incident occurred twelve years ago, however, when a nine-tailed demon fox attacked the village; many shinobi fell, until the 4th Hokage sealed the demon within a baby: Naruto. As a result, the adults see him as the demon. Now a Genin, Naruto is part of a three-man team, along with Sasuke, Sakura, and their instructor, Kakashi. Together, they will face many challenges, make friends, face deadly enemies, and try to survive. Opening Themes: 1. Rocks, by Hound Dog (Episodes 1-25) 2. Haruka Kanata, by Asian Kung-Fu Generation (Episodes 26-53) 3. Kanashimi wo Yasashisa Ni, by Little by Little (Episodes 54-77) 4. GO!!!, by FLOW (Episodes 78-103) 5. Seishun Kyosokyoku, by Sambomaster (Episodes 104-128) 6. No Boy, No Cry, by Stance Punks (Episodes 129-153) 7. Nami Kaze Satellite, by Snorkel (Episodes 154-178) 8. Re:member, by FLOW (Episodes 179-202) 9. Yura Yura, by Hearts Grow (Episodes 203-220) Closing Themes: 1. Wind, by Akeboshi (Episodes 1-25) 2. Harumonia, by Rythem (Episodes 26-52) 3. Viva Rock Japanese Side, by Orange Range (Episodes 53-64) 4. Alive, by Raiko (Episode 65-77) 5. Ima Made Nando Mo, by Masu Misairu (Episodes 78-89) 6. Ryuusei, by TiA (Episodes 90-103) 7. Mountain A Go Go Two, by Captain Stridum (Episodes 104-115) 8. Hajimete Kimi to Shabetta, by GAGAGA SP (Episodes 116-128) 9. Natush ita Kotoba, by No Regret Life (Episodes 129-141) 10. Speed, by Analog Fish (Episodes 142-153) 11. Soba Ni Iru Kara, by Amadori (Episodes 154-165) 12. Parade, by CHABA (Episodes 166-178) 13. Yellow Moon, by Akeboshi (Episodes 179-191) 14. Pinocchio, by Ore Ska Band (Episodes 192-201) 15. Scenario, by SABOTEN (Episodes 202-220) Story Arcs: 1. Introduction Arc (Episodes 1-5) 2. Wave Country Arc (Episodes 6-19) 3. Chunin Exams Arc (Episodes 20-67) 4. Invasion of Konoha Arc (Episodes 68-80) 5. Return of Itachi Arc (Episodes 81-85) 6. Search for Tsunade Arc (Episodes 86-96) 7. Filler Arc 1: Tea Country Arc (Episodes 97-106) 8. Sasuke Retrieval Arc (Episodes 107-135) 9. Filler Arc 2: Rice Field Country Arc (Episodes 136-141) 10. Filler Arc 3: Mizuki Arc (Episodes 142-147) 11. Filler Arc 4: Search for the Bikochu Arc (Episodes 148-151) 12. Filler Arc 5: Kurosuki Family Arc (Episodes 152-157) 13. Filler Arc 6: Bounty Hunter Arc (Episodes 158-160) 14. Filler Arc 7: Noroimusha Arc (Episodes 161-167) 15. Filler Arc 8: Sea Monster of the Ocean Country Arc (Episodes 168-173) 16. Filler Arc 9: Treasure Hunting Arc (Episodes 174-176) 17. Filler Arc 10: Hidden Star Village Arc (Episodes 177-183) 18. Filler Arc 11: Princess of the Greenery Country Arc (Episodes 184-192) 19. Filler Arc 12: Ryudoin Brothers Arc (Episodes 193-196) 20. Filler Arc 13: Konoha 11 Arc (Episodes 197-201) 21. Filler Arc 14: Yakumo Arc (Episodes 202-207) 22. Filler Arc 15: Shinobazu Arc (Episodes 208-212) 23. Filler Arc 16: Menma Arc (Episodes 213-215) 24. Filler Arc 17: Gaara and the Four Heavenly Directions Arc (Episodes 216-220)moreless
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    SuperGALS!

    SuperGALS!

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    Ran Kotobuki is not just your average teenager living in the popular Shibuya shopping district; she considers herself the world's greatest GAL! Even though she's the daughter of a family of police officers, Ran prefers to just live the teenager life by her own rules, along with her friends Aya and Miyu. They go shopping, dance and sing, dress and accessorize, talk about and date GL guys, and every once in a while chase down petty criminals.

    A fun shojo comedy about the Tokyo kogal culture by Mihona Fujii, Super GALS! is produced by Studio Pierrot, the folks who've done Saiyuki and Great Teacher Onizuka, and later went on to produce the immensely popular Naruto and Bleach anime.

    Also known as: Super GALS! Kotobuki Ran Number of Episodes: 52 Originally broadcast in Japan: Spring 2001 – 2002. Season 1: Super GALS! Season 2: Super GALS 2: The Heart of Shibuya Availability: Both series are officially licensed and are available as Box Sets. Season 1 was dubbed into English, and released by ADV Films in 2003-2004. Season 2 was originally released by Enoki Films, but is now distributed by Right Stuf with English Subtitles in 2006. Manga: GALS! has 10 volumes released in Japan and most of these are now available in the US. Rating: This series has not aired on regular US television, but ADV rates this a 15+. It's got quite a bit of trash-talking language (like witch with a B, and the S word), bloodless violence (people get into fights, muggings, and crimes), and a few adult situations. It'd probably be considered TV-14 if it aired in the US.

    Music Opening Theme: H*I*M Music and Lyrics: Kana Arrangement: Akio Noyama Vocal: dicot Ending Theme: I want to hug you Lyrics: Ikuno Takagi Music & Arrangement: Isao Yoshida Vocal: Jungle Smile

    Cast of CharactersThe Shibuya GALS Ran Kotobuki, age 16, a fiery, but popular gal with orange hair with a dark red highlight. She considers herself the greatest Gal in Shibuya, and is revered among the local community for going out of her way to help others. She enjoys living in the here and now, and has a philosophy which she terms the Ironclad Rules for Gals. She enjoys shopping, playing, and eating. But such a life leaves her dirt poor, so she sometimes, no, usually, charms her guy friends into treating her. When she's not energetic, she's sleeping in homeroom. Nickname: Ran-Pyon Miyu Yamazaki, age 16, is Ran's buddy with the blonde hair. She was a former gang leader, but after Ran's brother Yamato set her straight, she ascribes to the philosophy of the Gals, trying to do good whenever she can, and she has a big crush on Yamato! She is a pretty good baker of cookies, and talks about herself in the third person. Aya Hoshino, age 16, is the gal with the long black hair. A top academic student, she completes the trio of Gals when Ran and Miyu help her out with a social situation in the first episode. She is quite shy when it comes to expressing her romantic feelings, especially when Rei Otohata starts being friendly to her. She tends to follow along with the other Gals on things, but learns to figure out her own feelings and desires thanks to her friends. Nickname: Aya-ppe. ♥ Shibuya guys Rei Otohata, age 17, is the guy with the dark hair from Meisho High. He ranks #1 on the Super High School Grand Prix, and is ever so popular, but he has an aloof attitude most of the time, tending to not care when girls give him affection. He works part-time at a record store. He goes by Otohata most of the time. Yuya Asou, age 16, the blond guy from Meisho High, and ranked #2 on the Super High School Grand Prix. Although he's sought out by all the girls, Yuya forgoes that, and has a crush on Ran instead. But that love goes unrequited because of his shyness, and he is only relegated to being a Nice Guy (more than a friend, less than a boyfriend) in Ran's eyes, especially when Tatsuki arrives, he loses his chance to be Ran's boyfriend. Nickname: Second Place (Nii) (from Ran), Bro or Brother (from Tatsuki). Tatsuki Kuroi, age 16, is the dark-skinned guy with the spiky blond hair. He's originally from the Machida area on the outskirts of Tokyo. He is the self-proclaimed king of para para dancing. He's very friendly and easy-going, and soon becomes Ran's boyfriend after a casual confession. Nickname: Tatsukichi, Machida Black, Monkey Boy.

    Kotobuki Family Yamato Kotobuki, age 25, is Ran's older brother, and a police officer at the Shibuya office near the train station. He tries to keep Ran in check if she's causing trouble nearby. Even though he gets annoyed by the Gals hanging around his police box (office) all the time, he does care for Miyu and enjoys her affections. Sayo Kotobuki, age 14, is Ran's younger sister who wears a hat almost all the time, so she looks like a Girl Scout. She aspires to become a policewoman, and thus becomes the good daughter of the family. But for now she is a Junior Detective and role-plays scenes from her favorite show Odaiba Cop with her boyfriend Masato. Nickname: Sayo-chan. Catchphrase: Datchu! (You bet!) Taizo Kotobuki, age 51, is Ran's father and the Chief of Police in the Shibuya district. He's disgruntled that Ran decided not to be a police officer, and tends to administer punishment by either giant swinging them or withholding her allowance. Kiyoka Kotobuki, age is a secret, is Ran's mother. She's also a police officer and she drives a patrol car. She plays all sorts of random Japanese instruments.

    Gals from Bukuro Mami Honda, age 16, is the daughter of the extremely wealthy Honda family. She lives the life of a debutante at home and school, where she has been trained to excel at just about everything she does. But she hides that persona away when she rules the streets of Ikebukuro. When she visits Shibuya, it is clear she is intent on invading Ran's turf, and the two girls become rivals. Nickname: Mami-rin (from Ran) Harue Kudou - Mami's friend has a shady past must like Miyu. In fact, she used to hang out in Shibuya. Alternative spelling: Harue Kudoh

    Shibuya locals Masato Iwai - age 14, is Sayo's boyfriend. He and Sayo call themselves the Junior Detectives, and travel around Shibuya doing detective work and acting out their favorite scenes from Odaiba Cop. They even have their own theme song. Catchphrase: Datchu (You bet!) Minigal Tan and Minigal White are the chibi gals who introduce the different Gal terminology in each episode. Nakanishi is Ran's teacher. He's always annoyed that Ran arrives late, sleeps in homeroom, and makes up far-fetched tales for not doing her homework. As a result, he punishes Ran with supplementary schooling (i.e. detention with teaching), but generally cares that Ran progresses academically. Nickname: Naka Teach. Satsuki Iida and Rie Aihara are schoolmates that Ran has known since elementary school. Satsuki has blonde hair in a short ponytail, and Rie has black hair. They are fairly trendy but mainly interact with Ran and the gals at school. Tan Face Trio (Red, Yellow, and Blue) are a group of girls who pride themselves in spending most of their time in sun salons (tanning booths). This is different from Tatsuki who is naturally dark-skinned. They don't like Ran that much, and try to find ways to poke fun of her paleness. In the series, they are only known by their primary hair colors.

    Characters that appear in Season Two Naoki Kuroi, age 14, is the skateboarding, fun-loving younger brother of Tatsuki. He falls in love way too easily, and hopes to inherit the family's ramen business. He becomes a Junior Detective, and pals around with Sayo and Masato, although he hopes to find someone to love that isn't taken. Nickname: Naokichi, Monkey Boy (same as his brother) Towa Himejima, age 24, is a green-haired gal who has returned to Shibuya to manage the Palm Tree café, which becomes the local hangout for the Gals. Kasumi Tsukino, age 14, is a homely girl with glasses and pigtails. She was rescued by a super Gal when she was younger, and now aspires to be the number one gal in Shibuya. But in order to be number one, she has to take down Ran, and she plots all sorts of mean schemes. Her icon is the Rabbit. Katase Kazuki, age 16, is a boy at Aya's school who quickly charms and befriends Aya when she is having troubles figuring out her relationship with Rei. He aspires to study but gets annoyed when Aya doesn't act as studious as she used to be because she wants to be with her friends.

    Contributing to the guide Summary: The episode titles will be changed to include heart and arrow symbols only when the summaries and recaps are added or updated. Since the production codes are self-evident they will only be added with major changes. Trivia: GAL Lingo, Ironclad Rules for Gals, references to real places in Tokyo, character debuts, ring tones, and cultural observations (New Year's temple visit, Ran plays DDR, what is para para). Quotes: Please specify the English dub or sub in the comments section. Allusions: Product Parodies like the upside down McDonalds sign, references to other TV shows or movies. Notes: Alternative titles from Enoki Films, Video release dates (first episode of the disc or volume only) Cast: For character names, I've used the Western format for the English dub and tried Eastern format for the Japanese dub. For instance: Luci Christian (Ran Kotobuki) Megumi Toyoguchi (Kotobuki Ran) The guest stars are mainly in Western format. There are plenty of Japanese VA guest stars left to fill out, so if you can read Japanese credits, go for it.

    Any questions or clarifications, please contact the Editor.moreless
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    Cardcaptor Sakura

    Cardcaptor Sakura

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    Sakura Kinomoto was an ordinary school girl, she was great at PE, she (just about) managed to do all her work, nothing out of the ordinary...until she discovered the Clow Book in her father's library and scattered the Clow Cards, cards with their own special magical abilities for a purpose if, not sealed, are capable of causing destructible havoc. Keroberos, or as Sakura calls him Kero, the guardian of the Clow Cards, chose Sakura to be the Cardcaptor as she awakened him, meaning her job is to capture the cards before things start to get out of hand nevertheless being a normal ten-year-old girl and keeping it a secret from everyone who doesn't have magical powers. Sakura must get all 52 cards and stop the disaster from being brought into the world or else the worst will happen to not just Tomoeda, where Sakura's friends and family live... but the whole world. To help her though is her best friend, fashion designer and chronicler, Tomoyo Daidouji, rival/ally/secret admirer Shaoran Li, and the mysterious Kaho Mizuki. Season One: Episodes 1 to 35 Sakura is a bright friendly girl who awakens the Clow Cards. In contest with her annoying rivals and classmates, Meiling Li and Shaoran Li, she has strength standing strong by her friends Keroberos the guardian beast, her annoying but caring brother Touya Kinomoto, her Sakura-obsessed cousin and best friend Tomoyo Daidouji and the benefits of her loved one...Yukito Tsukishiro. Season Two: Episodes 36 to 46 Sakura is getting better and stronger and her feelings for Yukito are deepening. Meiling and Shaoran have a little more respect and her brother is getting suspicious. But who cares? While she's not trying to escape from Tomoyo's affection, Meiling's glares, Shaoran's grumbles or Kero's video-game antics, she can lie in bed fully aware that she'll wake up the next day to her mysterious math teacher Kaho Mizuki. The time for Meiling's appearance to leave is drawing sooner... and how will Sakura capture the remaining cards and face something Kero hasn't informed her of: The Final Judgment? Season Three: Episodes 47 to 70 Sakura has captured the Cards but something mysterious happens. Although Meiling already departed, Shaoran is staying to help Sakura out with the "mysteries". Kaho Mizuki has left and her brother has already clicked. Yukito's real form, Yue, is standing strong by her side as her feelings are ready to pop; Keroberos's true form helps Sakura out greatly. Tomoyo's video-camera frenzies make her so happy as she continues to make her costumes for her beloved cousin. But how will Sakura deal with the surprises of Spinel Sun, Nakuru Akizuki and the one and only Eriol Hiiragizawa... better known as the former form of...Clow Reed?moreless
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    The Wallflower

    The Wallflower

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    AKA Perfect Girl Evolution or Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge: Romance, Slice of Life, Comedy.
    Sunako Nakahara was in love and wanted to confess her love to the boy. Sadly, the boy of her dreams rejected her and not only that, called her ugly! Because of that, Sunako vowed never to love again and shunned all forms of beauty and became a "creature of darkness". The landlady then takes in four gorgeous boys, namely Takano Kyouhei, Oda Takenaga, Ranmaru Mori and Toyama Yuki, of Sunako's age and made a deal with them. The deal was: if they succeeded in making Sunako a lady during their stay, they'll get FREE RENT! But if they fail, their rent TRIPLES! At first, they think that Sunako's a girl that will just have to smoothen her rough edges but when they encounter this scary and gothic girl, they thought that it would take them much longer than they thought.moreless
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    D. Gray-Man

    D. Gray-Man

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    Allen Walker is an Exorcist in 19th century Europe. He must use the Innocence to battle the Akuma - demons created from the souls of the dead - and stop the Millennium Earl from bringing about the destruction of the world.

    Hoshino Katsura's D.Gray-man began serialization in Japan's Weekly Shounen Jump in 2004; and in October of 2006, the premiere of the animated version began.

    Opening/endingThemes Opening Theme 1: "Innocent Sorrow" by Abingdon Boys School (ep. 1-25) Opening Theme 2: "Brightdown" by Nami Tamaki (ep. 26-51) Opening Theme 3: "Doubt and Trust" by Access (ep. 52-76) Opening Theme 4:"Gekidou" by UVERworld (ep. 77-103) Ending Theme 1: "Snow Kiss" by Nirgilis (ep. 1-13) Ending Theme 2: "Pride of Tomorrow" by June (ep. 14-25) Ending Theme 3: Yume No Tsuzuki He" by Surface (ep. 26-38) Ending Theme 4: "Antoinette Blue" by Nana Kitade (ep. 39-51) Ending Theme 5: "Anata Ga Koko Ni Iru Riyuu" by Rie Fu (ep. 52-64) Ending Theme 6: "Wish" by Sowelu (ep. 65-76) Ending Theme 7: "Regret" by Mai Hoshimura (ep. 77-89) Ending Theme 8: "Changin" by Stephanie (ep. 90-103)moreless
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    Shugo Chara!

    Shugo Chara!

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    Hinamori, Amu is a member of the Guardians, a group that aims to protect the heart's egg and find a special egg called the Embryo, which grants a person their wishes. Amu has to find the Embryo to prevent the Easter Company from using it for their own selfish needs. Openings: Kokoro no Tamago (1-26) (Heart's Egg) Minna Daisuki (27-51) (Liking Everyone) Minna no Tamago (52-64) (Everyone's Egg) Shugo! Shugo! (65-76) (Guardian! Guardian!) Omakase Guardian (77-89) (Leave it to the Guardians) School Days (90-102) Endings: Honto no Jibun (1-12) (Would be self) Renai Raida (12-26) (Renai Rider) Kiss! Kiss! Kiss! (27-40) Gachinko de Ikou (41-51) (Do Your Best And Go!) Rottara Rottara (52-68) (Lotta Love) co・no・mi・chi (69-76)(This Road) My Boy (77-89) Take it Easy (90-102)
    Show Trivia: Shugo Chara Egg & Buono, the groups that sing the intros and outros of the show were created just for the anime. The manga was created by Peach-Pit. The theme to Shugo Chara is cards. (Ace, King, Queen, Jack etc.) moreless
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    Vampire Knight

    Vampire Knight

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    Additional Genres: Romance, Sci-Fi Theme: Vampires Additional Titles: Vampire Knight Guilty Based off the manga by Matsuri Hino, Vampire Knight is about Yuki Cross, who has very few memories of her childhood. In fact, she only remembers the day she was attacked by a vampire, only to be rescued by another vampire. That was 10 years ago, and in the now, Yuki is a prefect at the Cross Academy, and the headmaster of the academy is her adoptive father. The Cross Academy is a place that not only accepts humans, but vampires as well, with the two being separated between the Day and the Night classes. Yuki acts as a guardian between the classes to protect Kaname Clan, the one who saved her 10 years ago, whose strong feelings for Yuki, may be hidden in her forgotten past. Alongside Yuki is Zero Kiryu who hates vampire for killing his parents many years ago. 1st Season Opening Theme Song: "Futatsu no Kodou to Akai Tsumi(Two Beats and Red Sins)" by ON/OFF 2nd Season Opening Theme: "Rondo" by ON/OFF 1st Season Ending Theme Song: "Still Doll" Written by MANA and Performed by Kanon Wakeshima 2nd Season Ending Theme: "Suna no Oshiro" Performed by Kanon Wakeshimamoreless
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    Ragnarok

    Ragnarok

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    Ragnarok the Animation originally started as a comic series by Korean artist Myung-Jin Lee, and then later was adapted to an MMORPG (multiplayer online role-playing game) and then the TV anime series. Characters perform abilities and spells, fight monsters and bosses, crawl through dungeons, lairs, woods on quests, and gain experience and go to their training areas to level up in a classic adventure of good vs. evil. Not only that, but the format in which they cast spells and fight strongly resembles the computer adventure game. Number of Episodes: 26 Original Release: 2004 in Japan Korean Release: 2005 on SBS Channel English Release: Licensed 2007 English dub by Funimation Opening Song: "We are the stars" by Maimi Yamasaki Closing Song: "Alive" by Maimi Yamasaki Main Party Characters and their Classes Roan - Swordsman / Crusader Yufa - Acolyte / Priestess Maya - Merchant Takius - Mage / Sage Judia - Huntress Iruga - Assassin Underlying the usual dungeon crawling adventure is a story line that involves Yufa's brother, Keough, who was stabbed through by an Abysmal Knight some years ago. Roan was charged with protecting Yufa. But now Keough has returned as Haze, a servant of the Dark Lord. Haze causes much confusion and conflict in Yufa, who desperately wants to reunite with her brother. Other servants of the Dark Lord cause trouble for the other members of the party as well. Monsters and Bosses Alice, Baphomet, Baphomet Junior, Cat o'Nine Tails, Clock Tower Keeper, Deviruchi, Goblin, Golden Thief Bug, Lunatic, Marse, Merman, Minorous, Moonlight Flower, Muka, Nightmare, Obeaune, Osiris, Peco Peco, Pharoah, Poring, Pupa, Wanderer, Whisper, Zealotus Rune-Midgard Locations Alberta, Al de Baran, Comodo, Geffen, Glast Heim, Islude, Morroc, Payon, Prontera, Sograt Desertmoreless
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    Ghost Hunt

    Ghost Hunt

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    This is an animated Japanese show about a girl who loves telling ghost stories with her friends. After some hi-jinks involving an allegedly haunted school, she ends up having to work for a ghost hunting organization called Shibuya Psychic Research. Wacky ghost-related adventures ensue.moreless
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    Soul Eater

    Soul Eater

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    At the Shinigami Weaponry Vocational School, humans known as Meisters study. Each Meister has their own partner, who is a human capable of taking on a weapon form. The story follows three of these Meisters and their Weapons. They are Maka Alban and her weapon Soul Eater, Black Star and his weapon Tsubaki, and Death the Kid and his weapons Patricia and Elizabeth Thompson. They attend the school, do homework, fight evil souls, and most important, try to help their weapons reach Death Scythe status, in which they are eligible for use by the leader of all the Meisters and Weapons, the shinigami (Death God) himself. Opening Theme: 1: "resonance" by T.M.Revolution 2: "PAPERMOON" by Tommy heavenly6 Ending Theme: 1: "I Wanna Be" by STANCE PUNKS 2: "Style" by Kana Nishino 3: "Bakusou Yumeuta" by Diggy-MO' 4: "STRENGTH" by Abingdon Boys School 5: "I Wanna Be" by STANCE PUNKSmoreless
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    Air Gear

    Air Gear

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    Air Gear - Shounen, Comedy, Sports (May contain adult themes, bad language, mild nudity)...

    Ikki is a 13-year-old orphaned boy living with three orphan girls. One of the girls, Mikan, is part of an extreme sport known as Air Treck. Air Treck is an extreme form of rollerblading, but it uses a powerful, micro motor that allows the user to travel at fast speeds. Ikki tries out a pair of ATs. After finding out that he is actually pretty good at Air Treck, he forms a 'Storm Rider' gang with his friends and the mysterious girl known as Simca.

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    Opening Theme: "Chain" by Back-on Ending Theme: "Sky-2-High" by skankfunkmoreless
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    Peach Girl

    Peach Girl

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    Momo Adachi is a member of her high school swim team, and happens to tan very easily and her hair tends to bleach out in the sun. Most people mistake her sun kissed skin and light hair to be a sign of her being easy. Momo is trying to convince the boy she's fallen for that she is not this type of girl however, but rumors from a jealous friend make her task much more difficult.moreless
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    Black Lagoon

    Black Lagoon

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    On an unusual but routine business trip in South East Asia, fate turns business man Rokuro Okajima's life around when pirates hijack his ship and take him hostage. In a strange turn of events Rokuro joins the Russian mafia-employed motley crew and adopts the moniker 'Rock.'

    The second season is also known under the title: Black Lagoon: The Second Barrage In July 2008, a third season was announced. The third season, also known as Black Lagoon: Roberta`s Blood Trail airs mid-2010.moreless
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    Chouseishin Series

    Chouseishin Series

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    The Chouseishin Series is a Japanese tokusatsu series that aired from 2003-2006 as a rival to the popular Super Sentai series. The following is a full list of Chouseishin seasons: - Chouseishin Gransazer (Ultra Star God Gransazer) Aired 2003-2004. 51 episodes. - Genseishin Justiriser (Phantom Star God Justiriser) Aired 2004-2005. 51 episodes. - Chousei Kantai Sazer-X (Super Star Fleet Sazer-X ) Aired 2005-2006. 38 episodes.moreless
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    Glass Mask

    Glass Mask

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    Maya Kitajima is only thirteen years old, but she works with her mother in a Chinese restaurant to help pay the bills. Maya has trouble concentrating on her work however, as she is often distracted by her intense fascination with the world of acting. One day, she meets Chigusa Tsukikage; a former actress who realizes that Maya has immense talent, and decides to train and mould her into the foremost actress of her generation.
    Alternative title:
    Glass no Kamen Opening Theme:
    "Promise" by Candy "zero" by Ikuta Aiko Ending Theme:
    "Yasashii Sayonara" by Aina "Step One" by Sister Q "Sunao ni Narenakute (I Couldn't Become True)" by Splash Candy "Hello Hello~another star~" by CORE OF SOULmoreless
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    Hanaukyo Maid Team

    Hanaukyo Maid Team

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    After his mother passes away, Taro Hanaukyo is invited to his grandfather's home. He soon meets a beautiful maid named Mariel from the house, and discovers that not only did his grandfather leave, he also stated that, Taro is, "The Master of the House." Taro also discovers that not only is the estate a colossal mansion, it has hundreds of gorgeous maids ready to serve him 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Taro now has to deal with not only a responsibility of running a house, but deal with hundreds of over zealous maids that want to please him in every way possible.moreless
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    Pani Poni Dash!

    Pani Poni Dash!

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    Miyamoto Rebecca is only eleven years old when she becomes a teacher in a classroom full of strange children. Despite being a cute eleven year old girl, Miyamoto Rebecca can be quite sarcastic and offensive. With the help of her friends Himeko, Ichijou, Rei and a white rabbit, Mayamoto Rebecca turns the school on its head with her unique style of teaching.moreless
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