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List of One-Punch Man episodes. List of D.Gray-man Hallow episodes - Wikipedia. Cover of the first D.Gray-man Hallow home media release.

List of D.Gray-man Hallow episodes - Wikipedia

D.Gray-man Hallow is an anime series adapted from the manga of the same title by Katsura Hoshino. Produced by TMS Entertainment and directed by Yoshiharu Ashino, acts as a sequel to the previous D.Gray-man anime series and follows a young Exorcist named Allen Walker from the Black Order which are in charge of destroying weapons, known as Akuma, using objects known as "Innocence".[1] The Akuma are created by an ancient sorcerer known as The Millenium Earl, who is allied with the immortal Noah Family.

This TV anime series was announced at Shueisha's 2016 Jump Festa event.[2] The episodes feature a new cast, with Ayumu Murase voicing Allen Walker and Shinnosuke Tachibana voicing Howard Link. The anime's opening theme song is "Key -bring it on, my Destiny-" by Lenny code fiction, and the ending theme is "Lotus Pain" by Mashiro Ayano. Chain Chronicle - Wikipedia. Gameplay[edit] Chain Chronicle combines three gameplay elements: Tower Defense, Traditional Role Playing and Trading Card in the form of Arcanas.

Chain Chronicle - Wikipedia

The RPG Elements drive the entire story, allowing the player to make decisions, visit towns and participate in events. The map system shows the towns and areas that the player must visit by tapping on one town to another, however for the player to get to the next town, it must clear some enemies first. Battle in the game is similar to a traditional tower defense game, each player can command a team of four Arcanas, with two more as sub-party extras and a guest unit.

Each Arcana is assigned to 5 classes: Swordsman, Knight, Cleric, Archer and Mage, and each unit are weak to specific class. List of Monogatari episodes. Series overview[edit] Bakemonogatari (2009–2010)[edit] Nisemonogatari (2012)[edit] Nekomonogatari (Black) (2012)[edit] Monogatari Series Second Season (2013–2014)[edit]

List of Monogatari episodes

Untitled. Needless. Synopsis[edit] This anime is set in the year 2130 (the beginning date remains unclear), 50 years after World War III.


The war has left a crater where Tokyo once stood, a place now filled with contaminated rubble. This spot, known as "The Black Spot", has no electrical power and is seen as a dark spherical patch from outer space and one of many Black Spots across Japan. The Black Spot eventually becomes populated by outcasts, some of whom, as a result of the contamination, gain various powers called "fragments". Those in possession of such fragments come to be known as "Needless". Space Dandy. Legend of the Galactic Heroes. Legend of the Galactic Heroes (銀河英雄伝説, Ginga Eiyū Densetsu?)

Legend of the Galactic Heroes

, also known as LOTGH (銀英伝, Gin'eiden?) , is a series of science fiction novels written by Yoshiki Tanaka. In humanity's distant future, two interstellar states - the monarchic Galactic Empire and the democratic Free Planets Alliance - are embroiled in a never-ending war. The story focuses on the exploits of rivals Reinhard von Müsel and Yang Wen Li as they rise to power and fame in the Galactic Empire and the Free Planets Alliance. Blood Blockade Battlefront. Blood Blockade Battlefront (Japanese: 血界戦線, Hepburn: Kekkai Sensen?

Blood Blockade Battlefront

, lit., "Bloodline Battlefront") is a Japanese shōnen manga by Yasuhiro Nightow. It has published bimonthly in the magazine Jump SQ.19 ever since 2009 and moved to Jump Square upon the former's ending. It follows a young photographer named Leonardo Watch who obtained the All Seeing Eyes at the cost of his sister's eyesight. He moves to the city of Hellsalem's Lot to join an organization known as Libra to fight several monsters as well as terrorists. Noragami - A Housecat, a Stray God, and a Tail. D-Frag! D-Frag!


(ディーふらぐ! , Dīfuragu!?) , also known as D-Fragments, is a comedic manga series by Tomoya Haruno that began serialization in Media Factory's Monthly Comic Alive in July 2008.[1] It has been collected in nine tankōbon volumes as of September 2014. A 12-episode anime television series adaptation by Brain's Base aired from January 6, 2014 to March 24, 2014.[2] Plot[edit] The story focuses on a semi-connected series of sketches as delinquent student Kenji Kazama is forced into joining his school's struggling "Game Creation Club" by its members, a quartet of crazy women with their own eccentricities that drive him crazy.

Characters[edit] Most main characters' names are reference to railway stations in Tokyo, particularly Keiō Line. Main characters[edit] The main characters are members of a Game Creation Club[3] (alt. Kenji Kazama (風間 堅次, Kazama Kenji?) Voiced by: Katsuyuki Konishi (Japanese), Austin Tindle[6] (English) Toward the Terra TV. Bokurano. List of Kekkaishi episodes. Rune Soldier. Rune Soldier (Japanese: 魔法戦士リウイ, Hepburn: Mahō Senshi Riui?

Rune Soldier

Tokyo Ghoul. Planetes. Valvrave the Liberator. The anime premiered on April 12, 2013 and ended on June 27, 2013 with twelve episodes.

Valvrave the Liberator

The second season aired between October 10, 2013 and December 26, 2013 with the same amount of episodes. The series was licensed in North America by Aniplex of America and was streamed with English subtitles by Crunchyroll and Hulu. The series has spawned four manga adaptations and two light novel series. Critical reception to the anime has been generally positive due to its delivery of conventional story elements often seen in the Gundam series alongside supernatural parts. Princess Jellyfish. Honey and Clover. The series was adapted as an animated television series by J.C.Staff, initially broadcast on Fuji TV in two seasons from April to September 2005 and June to September 2006.

Honey and Clover

The series was also adapted as a live action movie, which was released in theaters in Japan on July 22, 2006, and two pirate live-action television dramas in 2008, one broadcast in Japan on Fuji TV from January 8, 2008 to March 18, 2008 and the other broadcast in Taiwan on CTS beginning on May 25, 2008. Plot[edit] Yūta Takemoto, Takumi Mayama and Shinobu Morita are three young men who live in the same apartment complex and are students at an art college in Tokyo. Heat Guy J. Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress. Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress (甲鉄城のカバネリ, Kōtetsujō no Kabaneri?