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    Aishiteru ze Baby

    Aishiteru ze Baby

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    Katakura Kippei: Big time player at high school. Disinterested with classes and responsiblity and just wants to have a good time with the girls.

    One day though, a call from his older sister brings him straight home after school, only to find that he is now in charge of his little cousin, Sakashita Yuzuyu. Yuzuyu is only 5 yrs old, and has been abandoned by her mother to the care of the Katakuras.

    Kippei must now learn to care for the little girl who just needs a mother. Lucky for him, cute, little Yuzuyu has immediately become enamoured with her new "Kippei-onii-chan", and is happy just to be near him, even if he can't even make her packed lunches right.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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    Blue Dragon

    Blue Dragon

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    This Japanese, animated show is based on the Xbox 360 game of the same title. Each year for the past ten years strange, purple clouds have appeared in the sky, bringing disasters to the locales over which they hang. Shu, Kluke, and Jiro are determined to fight back. Through some gnarly misadventures, the three friends find themselves trapped in a flying fortress. They end up swallowing glowing orbs which has the strange result of making their shadows transform into monsters; Kluke's becomes a blue phoenix, Jiro's a blue minotaur, and Shu's a blue dragon. Following their escape from the floating fortress, they encounter more people from towns that have also fallen victim to the purple clouds. The three friends realize they have to use their shadow-monster powers to stop Nene (the commander of the floating fortress) from destroying their world. Opening Theme: #1: "FRIEND" by Keita Tachibana (eps 1-26) #2: "Mune ni Kibou o" by Haruka (eps 27-51) #3: "Hikari no Sasu Hō e" by JiLL-Decoy association (eps 52-77) #4: "Aoi Mirai" by Watari-Rouka Hashiritai (eps 78-102) Ending Theme: #1: "Fly So High" by Yu Yamada (eps 1-16) #2: "Kokoro" by SS501 (eps 17-26) #3: "HANA" by Masami Mitsuoka (eps 27-51) #4: "Tsubomi" by JiLL-Decoy association (eps 52-64) #5: "Sunnyday" by Lead (eps 65-77) #6: "I~jaNAI?" by Mikuni Shimokawa (eps 78-90) #7: "Tsubomi" by Mikuni Shimokawa (eps 91-102)moreless
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    Sister Princess

    Sister Princess

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    In the first season, Wataru Minakami is forced to leave and find another high school when a computer glitch causes the entrance exams to be scored incorrectly. When he finds out that his father enrolled him to another high school, he is sent to a place called Promised Island where he finds twelve young girls. The burden of school is enough, but when he finds that all the girls are his little sisters, high school seems to be easier than the weight of twelve siblings. The second season is more serious in nature and goes back to the original magazine and mini-novel stories. Wataru and his sisters reside apart on another island and simply take life one day at a time. Most episodes chronicle their usual routines while a select twelve features each sister with her own personal story.moreless
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    Moon Phase

    Moon Phase

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    Moon Phase is about the relationship between photographer Kouhei Morioka and Hazuki, a teenager who descends from a royal vampire lineage. The relationship between the duo progresses over time, even in the face of repeated attacks by opposing vampires, until Kouhei becomes determined to protect Hazuki from the vampire servants of her family, who are determined to retrieve her by whatever means necessary.

    Opening Themes
    #1: "Neko Mimi Mode" by Dimitri From Paris
    #2: "Tsuku Yomi Mode" by Dimitri from Paris

    Ending Themes
    #1: "Kanashii Yokan" by Marianne Amplifier Feat
    #2: "Nami no Toriko ni naru you ni" by marianne Amplifier feat
    #3:"Pressentiment triste" by marianne Amplifier feat
    #4: "Neko Mimi Mode" by Dimitri From Paris


    This guide covers the Japanese broadcast of Tsukuyomi ~Moon Phase~. For information on the Funimation version, please see Moonphase.moreless
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    Cardfight!! Vanguard

    Cardfight!! Vanguard

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    Cardfight!! Vanguard is the story of Sendo Aichi, a shy middle school student (seasons 1 & 2)/ high school student (season 3) who always kept hiding behind the rest, making himself unnoticed. That was until he met Kai Toshiki, another student, who introduced him to a card game called Vanguard, and gave him his first card, the "Blaster Blade", then, he quickly defeated him. Soon he got hooked up to this card game, which happens on the planet of "Kray", but became popular around the world, due to its innovative play system. During his Journey, Aichi meets a lot of interesting friends, like Togura Misaki and Katsuragi Kamui, which later become friendly rivals. During season 1, titled Cardfight! Vanguard, Aich learns the rules of Vanguard and slowly begins to improve after an impromptu match against Kai. Aichii's goal is to play Kai again and help his team win the Japanese National Cardfight!! Vanguard Championship. In order to do so Aichi must battle local rivals, like the Handsome Brothers and Team Caesar in order to get to face Team Asteroid, the team that has won the championship 5 times in a row. Working alongside Kai, Misaki, and Kamui, Aichi finds a hidden power, psyqualia, that allows himself to envision victory. However this power can be used for light or evil, and when Aichi begins to be overcome by Psyqualia, it may be up to his friends to help him find his trueself. During season 2, titled Cardfight! Vanguard: Asia Circuit, Aichi loses his Royal Paladin deck. A mysterious force known as Void is slowly taking over the planet Cray, and each time it does so a deck disappears on Earth. Aichi must master a new deck, the Gold Paladins, and reform Team Q4, with Kamui and Misaki, if he is to have any chance of rescuing Blaster Blade and saving the Planet Cray. In order to do so team Q4 must advance through a new Cardfight tournament, the VF Circuit, which travels to Singapore, Hong Kong, Korea, and finally Japan. New and old rivals, like the new Team Asteroid, and new squads, team SIT Genius and Team Aquaforce, will rear their heads, but only one team can prevail at each stage, and only the 4 winning teams can set a new goal for Cray. Will they help free the Royal Paladins and bring Blaster Blade back to Aichi? Will the other captured leaders, Kabuto (Kai) and Shadow Paladin find a way to get free? Or will Void swallow the entirety of Cray and move onto Earth? Season 3 moves Aichi up from middle school to high school. Aichi joins Misaki at the prestigious Miyaji Academy, a school that focuses on turning students toward the future. Rather than join an existing club, Aichi decides to form a local Vanguard club. The only problem is Aichi seems to be the only one interested, that is until Kourin Tatsunagi transfers into Miyaji. Kourin decides to help form the card fighting club. Aichi and Kourin are joined by newcomers Naoki Ishida and Shingo Komoi, but the club cannot become official until all 5 members are together. Finally Aichi convinces Masaki to join, and the club is formed. However the club is quickly given a huge obstacle. They must win all the stages of the High School vanguard Tournament. Failure at even one stage will lead to the club's destruction. Can this new team of 5 find a way to win against schools like Hitsue, where Miwa, Kai, Morikawa, and Izaki attend? How about a way to defeat Fukuhara, where Ren, Asaka, and Suiko are? Even if they make it through the first region, Leon Soryuu's team is awaiting in a challenge that the new team could find impossible to win against. moreless
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    History's Strongest Disciple

    History's Strongest Disciple

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    History's Strongest Disciple Kenichi Shijou Saikyou no Deshi Kenichi - Shounen, Action, Ecchi, Comedy (May contain bloody violence, bad language, adult themes and nudity) ... Kenichi Shirahama is an average 15-year-old weakling that gets bullied and beaten up on a daily occurrence. Everyday that is, until he meets the beautiful Miu Furinji. Miu welcomes Kenichi into her dojo to learn from some of the greatest martial artists in the world, so that he can stand on his own. ______________________ Martial Arts Karate (Taught by Shio Sakaki) - Is known primarily as a striking art, featuring punching, kicking, knee/elbow strikes, and open-handed techniques, but grappling, joint manipulations, locks, restraints/traps, throws, and vital point striking are taught with equal emphasis, depending on the school. Muay Thai (Taught by Appachai) - Thai Boxing and also known as The Art of the Eight Limbs is the Thai name for a form of hard martial art practiced in several Southeast Asian countries including Thailand. The different styles of kick boxing in Southeast Asia are analogous to the different types of Kung Fu in China or Silat in the Malay peninsula. Jujitsu (Taught by Akisame Koetsuji) - Is a Japanese martial art consisting primarily of grappling techniques. Jujutsu evolved among the samurai of feudal Japan as a method for dispatching an armed and armored opponent in situations where the use of weapons was impractical or forbidden. Kenpou (Taught by Kensei Ma) - A generic term for a punching/striking art of Chinese origins. It is more about the strengthening of the body and the mind, the learning and the perfection of one's skills - rather than to what was being trained. Hakkeshou (Taught by Miu Furinji) - One of the major "internal" Chinese martial arts. Literally meaning "eight trigram palm," referring to the trigrams of the I Ching (Yijing), one of the canons of Taoism. The practice of circle walking, or 'Turning the Circle', as it is sometimes called, is hakkeshou/baguazhang's characteristic method of stance and movement training. Hakkyouken (Taught by Kensei Ma) - A Chinese martial art that features explosive, short range power and is famous for its elbow strikes. It originated in Hebei Province in Northern China, but is also well-known in other places today, especially Taiwan.moreless
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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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    School Rumble

    School Rumble

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    The battle starts today!! Welcome to School Rumble! What is School Rumble about, you might ask? Well, strangely, the title has very little to do with the content. The anime is based on the original Japanese manga (graphic novel) of the same title by Jin Kobayashi. Subtlety is for wimps! She... is a second-year high school student with a single all-consuming question: Will the boy she likes ever really notice her? He... is the school's most notorious juvenile delinquent, and he's suddenly come to a shocking revelation: He's got a huge crush, and now he must tell her how he feels. Life-changing obsessions, colossal foul-ups, grand schemes, deep-seated anxieties, and raging hormones - School Rumble portrays high school as it really is: over-the-top comedy! Characters Tenma Tsukamoto Well. . . It would be rude to call Tenma a "ditz," but it also wouldn't be too far from the truth. She's your typical ditzy, goofy, silly young school girl, minus the whole "valley girl" routine. She tends to take the long and complex way around things, rather than the short and simple way, which causes her quite a bit of trouble in the end. She also doesn't quite get the Japanese grading system, content to get all "cute little turtles" on her report cards (which basically means "try harder".) On a lighter note, she has the biggest of crushes on one Karasuma Ooji, a very quiet, but quietly eccentric young boy of the same age in her class. Stats (as narrated by Yakumo): Height: 154 cm (5'5") Favorite Thing: Karasuma-san Least Favorite Thing: She can't eat anything too spicy Favorite TV Show: She and I are always watching Edo-period dramas together. Favorite Book: I see her with manga all the time. Strong Points: She's an eternal optimist, and she makes friends easily. One Last Word: She's a big sister that a girl can always rely on. Kenji Harima "Delinquent" would be putting things lightly. Not only is he a delinquent, but he's a skilled street fighter, able to put to shame endless numbers of thugs who might want to do him harm, or maybe just random people he feels like beating the crap out of. Ever since he had a run-in with Tenma in his younger days, however, his fighting took on an entirely new purpose. . . He no longer fights because he has nothing better to do. No. . .he fights. . .because he's in love! So very much in love, in fact, he's willing to throw away everything from his past, including his old identity, just to be with Tenma. Will he manage to succeed? Only time will tell. . . Stats (as narrated by Itoko Osakabe): Height: 180 cm (5'11") Favorite Thing: Curry, Shell Fish, Oysters Least Favorite Thing: Shrimp, study Favorite Actor: Yakushamaru Kouji (plays Mangoku) Favorite Song: I'm always hearing the theme song from Project A. Special Talent: Fighting Weak Point: Dim-witted Notes: During his middle-school years, he was so much trouble nobody could do a thing with him, but nowadays he's a lot quieter. One Last Word: He needs to pay his rent by the end of each month! Oji Karasuma A very big fan of Japanese curry, Ooji has little much more on his mind than food and school. Seeming completely oblivious to what's going on around him, he continues his daily routine, always speaking softly, always looking straight ahead with those odd-looking eyes of his, and never even once seeming to notice the strong feelings Tenma has for him. He is either a genius, or completely out of his mind, considering some of the things he does and doesn't do. He also plays guitar. Stats (as narrated by Harima): Height: Dunno. A little shorter than me. 175 cm (5'9") maybe? Favorite Thing: Dunno Least Favorite Thing: Dunno Special Talent: Probably being judgmental. Aside from that, I hear he's good at school. Hair Style: Really weird, huh? Name: I always thought it was Torimaru. Distinguishing Feature: He's always sitting alone spacing out. Notes: He'll be transferring away in a year. For me, that's perfect timing! One Last Word: I got no idea what he's thinking, but I don't think he's all that annoying. Eri Sawachika A blonde, half-Japanese spoiled rich girl. She's beautiful, athletic, and popular in school. Before, Eri used to live in England. Thus, she occasionally speaks in "Engrish" and messes up her Japanese a bit. She is one of Tenma's 3 girl friends. After a certain incident, Eri and Harima get on bad terms. She also refers him as "Hige", which means "beard." Consequently, Harima calls Eri "Ojou", meaning "princess." Stats (as narrated by Tenma): Height: 165 (5'5")... or somewhere around there. Favorite Thing: She once told me it was the zoo. Least Favorite Thing: I think it's kanji and cooking. Special Talent: She's a genius who can master just about anything! I'm sooo jealous! Weak Points: She may not look it, but she can be sadder than I get. Notes: Her father's British, and her mother's Japanese, so she's mixed race. She's now back in Japan from living in England. She was raised with a silver spoon in her mouth. One Last Word: Her language may be a little rough, but really she's a nice girl, I'm sure of it! Mikoto Suou One of Tenma's girlfriends. She is easy-going, physically strong, is childhood friends with Hanai Haruki, and practices martial arts with him. Imadori Kyousuke is smitten with her (mostly because of her big breasts), but Mikoto has no feelings for him whatsoever. She does however seem to have a crush on someone. Stats (as narrated by Eri): Height: 170 (5'7") maybe? Yeah, about that. Favorite Thing: She says it's cooking and singing. Least Favorite Thing: Her father, I hear. But in a different way than me and my father Special Talent: Every sport around, martial arts, drinks like a fish, and is so much more athletic than I am. Weak Points: She may not look it, but she can be sadder than I get. Childhood Dream: To become a nurse. I'm kidding about that, of course. One Last Word: I'm so jealous of her free-flowing blue hair, but I think she should get a more feminine cut. What a waste! Akira Takano One of Tenma's girlfriends and the President of the Tea Club. She is very knowledgeable of the events that occur but tends to stay on the sidelines, which shows her mysterious side. Akira never seems to change the expression on her face. She also seems to be very skilled with guns. Stats (as narrated by Mikoto): Height: 166 (5'5") or thereabouts, I think. Favorite Thing: Economizing. Least Favorite Thing: Falling into debt, they say. Favorite Word: Persever... I think. Hobby: Gunpura... what in the world is that? Special Talent: The koto and Japanese dance. You know that's gotta be a joke, right? Notes: I don't know the reason for it, but she's loaded down with part-time jobs. One Last Word: The girl's getting good grades. She's got a lot of stuff going on that we don't know about. Some Information Provided By. . . Wannabe Fansubs, Fan-Translators of School Rumble School-Rumble.net, the Official School Rumble Site(Japanese) Anime News Network - School Rumble Del Rey Mangamoreless
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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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    Fushigi Yuugi

    Fushigi Yuugi

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    Schoolgirls Miaka Yûki and her best friend, Yui Hongo stumble upon an ancient Chinese novel titled The Universe of Four Gods in Japan's National Library. When they try to read the book, they are transported back to the ancient world of China. Miaka becomes the Priestess of one of the four gods, Suzaku of the Konan empire. While Yui becomes her rival, the priestess of Seiryu in the land of Kutou. Whichever girl summons her god first is up to the courage and skill of the priestesses and her magical Celestial Warriors, as they both meet triumphs and tragedies along the way.

    The televised series is available on VHS through Pioneer and the full series is available on DVD through Geneon. Please see the Mysterious Play Guide for the original Japanese cast list.moreless
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    The Law of Ueki

    The Law of Ueki

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    Ueki is just an average junior high student who has the power to change trash into trees. This power was given to him by Koba-sen so that Ueki can participate in the "Battle of the Supernatural Powers". If Ueki wins, then Koba-sen becomes the new King of the Celestial World while Ueki will receive the "Talent of Blank", allowing him to choose whatever talent he desires. However, the battle will not be easy since he will have to face may unsavory opponents who want the "Talent of Blank" for their own selfish reasons. Ueki will undergo many trials and sacrifices in order to win the battle and prevent the "Talent of Blank" from falling into the wrong hands. Ueki Kousuke He may seem like a normal Jr. High student, but the only thing that begins to separate him from normal people is his power to turn normal recycled trash into trees. Though, it's not only for show as he will have to use it in his fights with 100 other combatants. Other than that, he may not always be intelligent when it comes to class time. Mori Ai Ueki's friend in Jr. High. She accompanies Ueki in his quest to challenge the many combatants and will try to aid him outside of the fights. Seichirou Sano The guy that can turn towels into iron. He is also Ueki's friend. Rihou Master of Taijutsu (Martial Arts), and he promises to train hard so he can live up to his father's legacy. He is among the evil guys that wishes to challenges Ueki, though he might have a change of heart. Koba-sen (Kobayashi-sensei) Teacher of Ueki & Mori. He's the god candidate that bestowed Ueki with the special ability to turn trash into trees. "God" (Kami-sama) The guy that calls the shots in how the tournament will be played out. Opening/Ending Themes + Lyrics Opening #1 Falco by Hitomi Shimatani Ending #1 Little Planets by Aiko Kayo Falco - Lyrics kimi wa nani wo nozumu no dare no tame ni kizu tsuki? yume wa ukabu kuuhaku hitomi wo tojita saffran saita koko no umi suna arashi ga yami nari sabaku yori mo hate naki toki wo samayou yorokobi ya kanashimi kara ima uketotta chikara hoho netsu ni kawaru chorus: mirai sono te ni tobitatsu falco kakeru kimi ni yume wo tsukame chikai hibi kasu kegare naki sora koeru SAHARA taiyou ga michibiyuku Little Planets - Lyrics itsumo soko ni iru hazu to omotte ita kimi ga inai dokoka natsukashiku kanjirukedo samishiku wa nai nani genaku miageta ano aoi iro no sora ni chorus: kokoro ga ukabeta planet mayotta toki ni wa **** ano hi no bokura ga kitto itsumo kanata de mitsumete kurete iru sukitooru hitomi no planet zutto kawaranu omoi ga koko ni arumoreless
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    Dragon Drive

    Dragon Drive

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    Dragon Drive is a series about a young boy named Reiji Oozara who participates in a game known as Dragon Drive. Reiji is a lazy slob who never keeps any of his promises and quits everything. When Reiji is introduced to the game, he is psyched about getting a dragon to battle with in a virtual world. However, he gets the weakest of them all! He names the dragon Chibi, and is forced to battle with him the second he gets him. Little does he know that Chibi has an amazing power. He is really Senkoh Coola, a legendary dragon. However, as soon as he learns this, he is transported to a mysterious world known as Rikyu where he learns the truth about Dragon Drive. Now he must enter an upcoming tournament and capture a mystical stone called the "Dragonite" before it falls into the clutches of the evil organization RI-ON, the same company that designed the Dragon Drive game. Opening Theme: "True" by Mikuni Shimokawa Ending Theme: "Tatta Hitosu No" (aka: The Only One) by Mikuni Shimokawa Character Bios Reiji Oozara" The main character. He is a lazy quitter that never keeps any of his promises. He was dragged to Dragon Drive against his will, but became obsessed with the game. He has the ability to tame almost any dragon. Chibi/Senkoh Coola: Reiji's dragon and the long awaited savior of Rikyu. He appears to be the weakest dragon, but in his true form he is the most powerful. Maiko Yukino: Reiji's childhood friend. She is always pushing Reiji do things with her. She is tough and has a crush on Reiji. Maiko's dragon is a ground-type named "Ghoaloah". Yukino receives a small, musical dragon named "Medina Heaven" for a short while. Daisuke Hagiwara: At first he holds a grudge against Reiji for stealing Maiko's affection, but soon becomes a close friend. He thinks of Reiji as a rival, but Reiji doesn't think much of him. Daisuke's dragon is an ice-type, named "Kanper". Kyoji Tachibana: Known as the coolest kid at Reiji's school, he is an excellent Dragon Drive player who wants to challenge Reiji himself. He is impressed with Chibi's abilities. Kyoji's dragon is a wind-type dragon, named "Air Blast". Sayaka Towa: The best female Dragon Drive player in the world. Her dragon is even weaker in attack power than Chibi, but her dragon's attack makes her enemies fall victim to their own power. She seems to have a crush on Reiji, which angers Yukino. Sayaka's dragon is an earth-type dragon, named "Floral Fern". Hikaru Himuro: The number one Dragon Drive player in the world, and Reiji's biggest rival! He works for RI-ON, but doesn't seem to care for anybody or anything. His true intentions are unknown. Reiji is the only person he sees any interest in. Hikaru's first dragon is a light-type dragon, named "Koakoh", but he later receives a new blue, snake like dragon, named "Canopus". He later leaves RI-ON to pursue Reiji. Ichiro Sumishiba: One of Reiji's enemies who works for RI-ON. He is one of Reiji's rivals and strives to defeat Hikaru. Ichiro's dragon is a dark-type, named "Junarashi", but later uses a sword-like dragon, named "Hayate Slash". He later joins up with Reiji in the fight against RI-ON. Agent L: The announcer of Dragon Drive games. She keeps a constant eye on Reiji. However, she seems to be hiding something. Agent S: A mysterious member of RI-ON. Not much is known about him except that he is keeping an eye on Agent L, making sure she doesn't do anything suspicious. Rokkaku: A member of Reiji's team on Rikyu. He first tries to kill Reiji for stealing his spot in the tournament, but soon agrees to help him. He is a strong foe who went crazy during the last tournament, and seeks revenge on a mysterious person who took out one of his eyes. Rokkaku's dragon is a lightning-type, named "Thunder Volt". Mahiru: Yako's little brother. He blames Rockaku for his brother's death and seeks revenge, so he teams up with Kouhei to get closer to him. However, unbeknownst to him, Kouhei is the one responsible for Yako's death. Sue: She is the girl of the two twins that Reiji faces. She, like her brother, was possessed by Darks because she was alone in the world. Her dragon is a fire-type named "Kashiniki". Lin: He is the boy of the two twins. He was also possessed by Darks because he too was alone in the world. His dragon is a fire-type named "Enouji". Sally: The guardian of the twins. She knows that Sue and Lin were never paid attention to by their parents, even though they were bought everything they wanted. Although she follows their orders, she seeks Reiji's help to save Sue and Lin. Kouhei Toki: Working for RI-ON, he is the son of RI-ON's President. He has been trained to fight in Dragon Drive ever since he was little and is very powerful. He also is tired of taking orders from Hikaru, and seems to be the strongest of his team. He posseses two dragons, a dark-type named "Darks", and another phoenix-like dragon named "Phoenix Fire". Mukai: Mukai is one of the soul living members of his clan, that came under the attack of an evil dragon named "Guan-coo". He is looking for his mother and trying to avenge the destruction of his clan by searching for Guan-coo. He has a crush on Sayaka Towa, who uses him to get closer to the Dragonite. His team consists of himself, Sayaka, and Kyoji. His dragon is a dark-type, named "Shadow Fang". Gokaku: He's Rokkaku's little brother and is the true successor to Senkoh Coola. He abducts Chibi from Reiji to prove his ownership of Chibi, but fails. He finally recognizes Reiji as the owner and later helps him. He only wants to help everyone, but is ignored because he doesn't truly own a dragon. Meguru: Agent L's sister and a traitor to RI-ON. She once tried to help in the plot to take over Rikyu. But, she changed her side when she was saved by the people of Rikyu and soon realized the truth about Dragon Drive. Hideaki: A young boy transported to Rikyu by RI-ON. He's even stronger than Kouhei and tricks Reiji and the others into trusting them. He then betrays them and reveals he is with RI-ON. He is in love Meguru and always wants to prove his strength. However, something isn't quite right with him.moreless
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    Kenran Butoh Sai: The Mars Daybreak

    Kenran Butoh Sai: The Mars Daybreak

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    Life on Mars is hard for those who live there. A worsening economy means work is scarce and affordable food even more so. Still, Gram River and his friends try to get by.

    Fate sets its eyes on Gram one day, though. In the wrong place at the wrong time, Gram finds himself aboard the Ship of Aurora, the most notorious pirate ship in all the oceans of Mars. Piloting a custom RB (Round Buckler), Gram finds himself a place among the Aurora's crew. Soon, he even finds himself enjoying the new adventure!moreless
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    Blue Seed Beyond

    Blue Seed Beyond

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    Blue Seed 2: Beyond(also known as Blue Seed 2 and Blue Seed Beyond) takes place two years after the series. Strange attacks involving Aragami are occurring. The members of the TAC band together once again in order to solve the mystery of why Aragami are appearing and how to stop it. With the introduction of a young girl, who like Kusanagi was inplanted with Mitamas, named Valencia; the TAC travel to San Francisco, America to stop the main cause behind Aragami appearances.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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    Biyo Shonen Celebrity

    Biyo Shonen Celebrity

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    TV Tokyo
    Biyo Shonen Celebrity is a Japanese drama that was broadcast by TV Tokyo. The show ran for one season (thirteen episodes) from October to December 2005. The series revolved around a group of beauty technicians who worked in "Celebrity," a local beauty parlour. The series starred Mayama Akihiro ("Mei-Chan's Butler,") and Kotani Yoshikazu ("Boys Love," "The Prince of Tennis.")moreless
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    Suzuka

    Suzuka

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    TV Tokyo (ended 2005)
    Yamato Akitsuki moves from a small town to attend high school in Tokyo. On his walk to move into his new apartment he sees a the most beautiful girl doing high jump out on the school track. He instantly falls in love with her, but he doubts he will ever see her again. Ironically enough, when he enters what he thought was his apartment room for the first time he is surprised to see her standing there. What a great first impression to have on the girl of his dreams right? Living next door to Suzuka and with all the stresses of high school, will he be able to win her love?moreless
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    Toradora!

    Toradora!

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    TV Tokyo (ended 2009)
    Adapted from the light novel series of the same name by Yuyuko Takemiya, Toradora! follows Ryūji Takasu who is always mistaken for a delinquent because of his eyes, because of that he can never get a girlfriend. Starting off his second year of high school, Ryūji finds out he is in the same class as his only friend Yūsaku Kitamura and the girl he has a crush on, Minori Kushieda. All is looking well for Ryūji, until he accidentally bumps into the school's "most dangerous animal of the highest risk level", Taiga Aisaka. Unfortunately for him, Taiga is Minori's best friend, but Taiga has a secret that may force her and Ryūji to work together for common goals. Additional Titles: Tiger x Dragon Opening Theme: Pre-Parade (プロヒロヽド) by Rie Kugimiya, Eri Kitamura, and Yui Horie
    silky heart by Yui Horie Closing Theme: Vanilla Salt (ハニラソルト) by Yui Horie
    Orange (オレンジ) by Rie Kugimiya, Eri Kitamura and Yui Horiemoreless
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    Tales of Symphonia: The Animation

    Tales of Symphonia: The Animation

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    TV Tokyo (ended 2007)
    Sylvarant and Tethe'alla are two worlds that exist, but are unaware of the other's existence. In order for one world to prosper, the other must fall into ruin. From each world, a Chosen is sent on a journey to restore that world's mana by awakening the spirits, becoming an angel for the sake of the goddess Martel. Colette Brunel, the Chosen of Sylvarant, finds many friends as well as enemies as she learns more about the truth behind the World Regeneration.moreless
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