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Metalocalypse is an American animated television series , created by Brendon Small and Tommy Blacha , which premiered on August 6, 2006 on Adult Swim . The television program centers around the larger than life death metal band Dethklok , and often portrays dark and macabre content, including such subjects as violence, death, and the drawbacks of fame, with extremely hyperbolic black humor ; which accounts for the cartoon's consistent TV-MA rating. The show can be seen as both a parody and celebration of heavy metal culture. The music, written by guitarist/creator Brendon Small, is credited to the band, and is featured in most of the episodes.
Edit Storyline Anthology of nine short anime (Japanese animation) films tied in to the 1999 blockbuster "The Matrix" and its sequels.
Ghost in the Shell ( 攻殻機動隊 , Kōkaku Kidōtai ? , literally "Mobile Armored Riot Police") , also known as The Ghost in the Shell , is a Japanese seinen manga series written and illustrated by Masamune Shirow . The manga was serialized in Young Magazine and was followed by a sequel, Ghost in the Shell 2: Man-Machine Interface ( 攻殻機動隊2 , Kōkaku Kidōtai 2 ?
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Beelzebub ( べるぜバブ , Beruzebabu ? ) is a Japanese manga , written and illustrated by Ryūhei Tamura , that appears in Shueisha 's Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine. Beelzebub was first published in 2008 as a one-shot by Tamura in Weekly Shōnen Jump' , volume 37-38, subsequently winning the fourth Gold Future Cup . [ 1 ] The manga was then serialized in the same magazine, first appearing in its 13th volume in 2009. The Pierrot+ studio produced an OVA of Beelzebub which was broadcast during the Jump Super Anime Tour in October 2010. [ 2 ] [ 3 ] This was followed by an anime TV series which aired in Japan between January 9, 2011 and March 25, 2012. [ 4 ]
Elfen Lied ( エルフェンリート , Erufen Rīto ? ) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Lynn Okamoto . It was originally serialized in Shueisha 's Weekly Young Jump from June 2002 to August 2005, with the 107 chapters collected into twelve tankōbon volumes. Elfen Lied revolves around the interactions, views, emotions, and differences between human beings and the Diclonii, a mutant species similar to humans in build but distinguishable by two horns on their heads and "vectors", transparent telekinetically controlled arms that have the power to manipulate and cut objects within their reach. The series is centered on the teenage Diclonius girl "Lucy" who was rejected by human beings and subsequently wants revenge.
Soul Eater ( ソウルイーター , Sōru Ītā ? ) is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Atsushi Ōkubo . Set at the "Death Weapon Meister Academy", the series revolves around three teams consisting of a weapon meister and (at least one) human weapon. Trying to make the latter a "death scythe" and thus fit for use by the academy's headmaster Shinigami , the personification of death , they must collect the souls of 99 evil humans and one witch, in that order; otherwise, they will have to start all over again. The manga is published by Square Enix and was first released as three separate one-shots serialized in two Gangan Powered special editions and one Gangan Wing issue between June 24 and November 26, 2003.
Detroit Metal City ( デトロイト・メタル・シティ , Detoroito Metaru Shiti ? ) is a vulgar comedy manga series by Kiminori Wakasugi, serialized in Young Animal from 2005 to 2010. An anime OVA series, twelve episodes of approximately 13 minutes each, was released starting on August 8, 2008. A live film adaptation directed by Toshio Lee appeared in Japanese theaters on August 23, 2008. The series takes its name from the KISS single " Detroit Rock City ". [ edit ] Plot
Claymore ( クレイモア , Kureimoa ? ) is a dark fantasy manga series written and illustrated by Norihiro Yagi . The series initially premiered in the now defunct Monthly Shōnen Jump in the May 2001 issue. When the magazine was canceled in June 2007, the series was temporarily moved to Weekly Shōnen Jump where it was still published monthly. When Jump Square was introduced in November 2007, the series was moved to it.