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Welcome to the N.H.K. Welcome to the N.H.K. (N・H・Kにようこそ!, N.H.K. ni Yōkoso!?) is a Japanese novel written by Tatsuhiko Takimoto, with a cover illustration by Yoshitoshi ABe, and was published by Kadokawa Shoten in Japan on January 28, 2002. Welcome to the N.H.K.
The Last Humans (Cyberpunk RP) Signup/OOC : Roleplayers Wanted The Last Humans (Cyberpunk RP) Signup/OOC : Roleplayers Wanted It has been 250 years since the near Apocalypse of the world. But now there is a new problem. The human race as it once was (in organic form) is close to extinction. Out of the 1.2 billion people in the world only a couple hundred are still made of organic flesh and tissue. The Organization for the Rescue of the human race (short: ORHR) has the duty to protect the human specimen from The Cyborg Supremacists.
Air Gear Air Gear (エア・ギア, Ea Gia?) is a shōnen manga written and illustrated by Ito "Oh Great" Ōgure. Air Gear revolves around the life of Itsuki Minami "Ikki or Crow", also known as "Baby Face", "Lil (and Little) Crow", and his friends. The story follows their use of Air Treks, an in-universe invention derived from inline skates. Initial sections of the plot carries out the introduction of characters that eventually join Ikki. As the story progresses, it focuses on their roles as Storm Riders and their quest to be on the top of the Trophaeum Tower. Air Gear
Vampire Knight (ヴァンパイア騎士, Vanpaia Naito?) is a shōjo manga series written by Matsuri Hino. The series premiered in the January 2005 issue of LaLa magazine and has officially ended. Chapters are collected and published in collected volumes by Hakusensha, with seventeen volumes currently released in Japan. The manga series is licensed in English by Viz Media, who has released fifteen volumes so far. Vampire Knight Vampire Knight
Story[edit] The series is set in the Bakumatsu era, with the Shogunate being in its final years, and war fast approaching. When Akizuki Yōjirō, a dark and mysterious mercenary, nears something supernatural with some kind of importance to him, the ornament on the end of his sword hilt waves in its direction, his eyes glow mysteriously, and he is driven to go after it. He comes across a traveling theater group who is out for revenge for the killing of the parents of the group's leader, and whose mysterious playwright likes to secretly help along events of history. Yōjirō joins them to lend them his skill against their enemies, while dark conspiracy continues to follow behind him. Characters[edit] Bakumatsu Kikansetsu Irohanihoheto Bakumatsu Kikansetsu Irohanihoheto
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Akito Sohma Akito Sohma (草摩 慊人, Sōma Akito?) is a fictional character and the main antagonist in the manga and anime series Fruits Basket. Akito is the head of the Sohma clan and is shrouded in mystery and although frail with poor health, is feared and loathed by many members of the Sohma clan. In the manga version of Fruits Basket, Akito is biologically female but has been raised male, and spends most of the series living as a man.[1] In the anime, Akito referred to as a male and is presumed to be biologically male because he is seen shirtless with a male chest.[2] For consistency, this article refers to Akito as female throughout. Creation and conception[edit] Akito Sohma
A sequel titled Darker than Black: Gemini of the Meteor (DARKER THAN BLACK -流星の双子(ジェミニ)-, Dākā Zan Burakku -Ryūsei no Jemini-?, Darker than Black: Ryūsei no Gemini) premiered in Japan on October 8, 2009. Plot[edit] Ten years ago, a mysterious spatial anomaly known as "Heaven's Gate" appeared in South America, shortly followed by the opening of "Hell's Gate" in Tokyo altering the sky and wreaking havoc on the landscape. Darker than Black Darker than Black
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Akira (film) Akira (film) The film depicts a dystopian version of Tokyo in the year 2019, with cyberpunk tones. The plot focuses on teenage biker Tetsuo Shima and his psychic powers, and the leader of his biker gang, Shotaro Kaneda. Kaneda tries to prevent Tetsuo from releasing the imprisoned psychic Akira. While most of the character designs and settings were adapted from the original 2182-page manga epic, the restructured plot of the movie differs considerably from the print version, pruning much of the last half of the manga. The film became a hugely popular cult film and is widely considered to be a landmark in Japanese animation.