15 Best Uncensored NSFW Anime You Should Watch When Alone

Both Japan and the West practise censorship, however the Western versions of the show are frequently more heavily edited than their original Japanese counterparts. Regardless of the rationale behind its censoring, we shall list the top 15 anime series and films in this article.

Best Uncensored Anime Series List
You’ll learn some fundamentals about the shows’ creation and receive a brief summary for each one. Let’s finally look at the greatest anime that has never been censored!

Afro Samurai (ΛFΓO SΛMUΓΛI)


Author(s):
Action, historical drama, and post-apocalyptic
Date of Publication: January 4–February 1, 2007
5 episodes

Additional Content: One television movie

It is stated that the person wearing the armband known as Number 1 will be the proudest combatant in the world and will have power comparable to that of the gods in his hands in a future Japan where the feudal system is still in effect. You must challenge the current owner to a fight in order to obtain this armband.

However, only those who own the Number 2 band can afford to confront the owner of Number 1, while anybody can challenge those who retain Number 2. This condemns the owner of these to endure ongoing struggles.

The owner of Number 1, Rokutaro, is engaged in a duel with the Justice fighter, wearing the Number 2 band, in the mountains. Rokutaro is killed during the duel before his opponent grabs his sling. The duel is witnessed by Afro Samurai, son of Rokutaro, who vows vengeance against Justice. Justice tells Afro Samurai to seek him out only when he is “ready to face a god.”

Years later, Afro is now the owner of Number 2 and a skilled swordsman who journeys across the Shumi Mountains in search of Justice with an enigmatic, taxing talking being by the name of Ninja-Ninja. Afro encounters a number of adversaries along the journey, including the “Clan of the Empty Seven,” who are committed to obtaining the top band for their own ends.

Afro is hurt during a combat, but he is miraculously saved and is saved by a woman named Okiku. The samurai is drawn to the woman, and despite his efforts to hold out, he will eventually give in and spend a passionate night with her.

The girl, however, reveals out to be a Seven member and an old friend of Afro’s; nonetheless, her own allies will kill her for aiding the samurai in escaping from an ambush. After travelling for a while, Afro finally makes it to the Shumi Mountains, where the Seven’s headquarters are located. There, he faces and kills the Seven, as well as their many agents, robots, and assassins, including the Afro Droid, which was made in his likeness and with his unique skills.

He also struggles with Jinno, his vengeful boyhood pal. The Swordmaster, a teacher of samurai with whom Afro had studied to wield a sword as a youngster, was later shown to have worn the Number 2 band until he came across the main character and confronted him. Both were attacked and slain, leaving just their master, Afro, Jinno, and Otsuru (Okiku) surviving.

Jinno vowed vengeance on Afro when he killed their master and took control of the Number 2 band, but owing to his injuries, he fell off a cliff and vanished. The Seven then decide to turn Jinno into a cyborg with a teddy bear-shaped mask (like that of his sister) and place him on top of the mountain to wait for his former companion. Soon after, we witness how they recovered Otsuru and Jinno dying and with the tormented body.

When the story jumps back to the present, Jinno challenges Afro, showcasing his fighting prowess, but in the struggle, he accidentally kills Ninja-Ninja, who later reveals to be Afro’s imaginary companion. While still attached to his friend, the latter is able to stop the adversary and vanquish him without killing him.

After entering the temple of Number 1, Afro learns that there are further bands present, the categorization of which is absolutely unknown, and observes that the owners of these bands have been killed.

Justice then appears on the scene and informs the main character of the truth: although the Number 1 band delivers immense power, it must be united with the other bands (including Number 2) to give godly power.

Having stated that, he engages Afro in a duel, which is drawn out and challenging for both of them (Justice is elderly and Afro is badly hurt in the fight with Jinno), but the old gunslinger is ultimately victorious. A

In order to satisfy his desire for vengeance, Jinno is wearing a variety of headbands. After obtaining the Number 1 in this way, before all the bands vanish into thin air, fro returns to the mountains to face Jinno.

Berserk


Written by Kentaro Miura
Dark fantasy, epic, sword-and-sorcery, etc.
Release dates range from July 1 to June 23, 2016 and from October 7, 1997 to March 31, 1998.
episode count: 25/24

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Guts is a strong mercenary warrior from an alternate Middle Age who has only only known war and violence. Guts, who was adopted at the age of two after being born from the body of a hanged woman, similarly loses his adoptive mother to the plague. He is then brought up in the wealth of his adoptive father Gambino and develops survival skills early on.

Guts is compelled to leave the company because Gambino, a distant and aggressive father, once tried to kill him. Guts stabbed the man to death in self-defense. Griffith, the flamboyant commander of the Hawk Squad, notices Guts as he keeps fighting from battle to battle and eventually overpowers him and forces him to join the group.

Guts develops a close bond with Griffith during this time, as well as his first feelings of camaraderie and love for his new pals and Caska. In the Hundred Years War, the kingdom of the Midlands enlists the Hawk Squad, which soon wins battles and becomes well-known.

After the argument, Guts resolves to leave the group in search of his own identity because he feels increasingly trapped in Griffith’s shadow. Griffith, however, is devastated by the desertion and ends up ruining himself when he seduces Princess Charlotte and is caught. He is then imprisoned and subjected to horrific torture for a full year.

Griffith is now completely disfigured and ruined in spirit when Guts learns of his friend’s fate and joins the hapless Hawk Squad members to free him. Griffith makes a desperate suicide attempt, accidentally igniting an item he owns, sending the Hawk Squad to an astral dimension where the archdemons of the Hand of God reside.

Encouraged by these monsters, Griffith offers his warriors as sacrifices to the demonic spawn of the Apostles at the Eclipse banquet of death in order to become Femto, the fifth member of the Hand of God.

Only Guts and Caska, who are marked with a symbol that designates them as sacrifices, are able to escape the catastrophe thanks to the Skull Knight’s intervention. However, Guts has lost an eye and an arm in the fighting, Caska is insane as a result of the violence suffered by Femto, and both are plagued by supernatural beings who torment them every night.

Guts must temporarily shelve his ambitions in order to save Caska, who faces being burned as a witch in the city of St. Albiom, and to bring her securely into the realm of Elfhelm’s elves. Guts then sets out to seek down the Apostles while sworn to avenge Femto and the Hand of God.

As he travels, he encounters the elf Pak, the knights Farnese and Serpico of the Holy Iron Chain, the boy Isidoro, and the witch Schierke, who all decide to assist him in his goal. The Kushan army has invaded the Midlands, but Griffith is revived in his physical form and, with the help of many Apostles, forms a new Squad of Hawks to combat them.

The world changes and the astral and physical planes collide as a result of the last fight between Griffith and Emperor Ganishka.

With the support of the pope and the populace, who see Griffith as the world’s saviour and the physical manifestation of the Hawk of Light, Griffith seizes control of Falconia and turns it into a utopian kingdom protected from monsters. He also announces his engagement to Princess Charlotte. that have started to take over the earth.

Blade of the Immortal


Hiroaki Samura is the author.
Dark fantasy, epic, and historical genres
Release Date: December 28, 2008 through July 13, 2008.
13 episodes

Additional Content: 24 episodes of ONA

Manji, a former samurai, has hidden himself in ancient Edo (former name of Tokyo). He has Lord Shigenobu, his master, and a hundred of his followers on his conscience for moral reasons. He ordered Manji to execute both criminals and regular people who dared to oppose the prince.

Manji now lives as a ronin, an exiled samurai, and encounters one of his assailants in the city. He discovers that this is his brother-in-law far too late. He murders him in front of his younger sister Machi, who was regrettably added. Later, Machi becomes insane and eventually loses her life.

Manji is fed up with living. He would really like to pass away, but he is inhabited by worms known as Kessenchu, which keep him alive and repeatedly stitch up his wounds. He begs Yaobikuni, the nun who gave him these worms, to take them away from him out of desperation.

However, because everything has a cost, he must strike a deal with her: if he is successful in killing a thousand criminals, she will remove his curse. The talented swordsman Kagehisa Anotsu is leading the construction of a new martial arts school, the Itto-Ryu.

Since the majority of schools have long since degraded into inappropriate commercial entities, he wishes to revive the Japanese art of the sword. As a result, he coerces other colleges to affiliate with him; those who refuse must perish. The same holds true for Rin’s parents, who vow to exact revenge.

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But she can’t handle it by herself. Manji and Rin connect thanks to Yaobikuni’s advise and attempt to accomplish their individual goals together.

GANGSTA


Ksuke is the author
Adventure and thriller genres
July 1, 2015 until September 27, 2015
12 episodes

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Ergastulum, a chaotic and violent metropolis built to house mercenary soldiers during the conflict, now serves as a massive jail for the Twilight, who are forbidden from entering its borders without being killed.

In actuality, the city exists in a delicate balance between the powerful Mafia families and the mercenary guilds. In this city, the law is not that of the police or the state, but rather that of the street.

The three major mafia families in Ergastulum—the Monroe, the Corsican, and the Christians—who are all connected to the Monroe family and in charge of producing the famed drug—as well as the Paul Klee’s Guild of Mercenaries, which is entirely made up of Twilight, compete for control. Some of the Twilight members of this guild stand out as some of the strongest in Ergastulum.

In order to keep a vital balance between forces, each family deals with a particular component of city life on a daily basis.

As the “Benriya” (or “Handyman”), Worick Arcangelo and Nicholas Brown execute out tasks that regular people would never do, including killing the drug dealer on duty, smuggling odd drugs, and a myriad of other illicit operations. They are connected by a dark and violent past.

Their secretary is former prostitute Alex Benedetto.

GANTZ


Written by Hiroya Oku
Action, psychological horror, thriller, and science fiction are the genres.
April 12, 2004, to November 18, 2004, for release
26 episodes

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After saving the life of a drunken homeless guy who fell on the rails, Kei Kurono, a selfish and insecure boy, and Masaru Kato, his childhood buddy, are ran over by a subway train for being unable to leave the tracks. Instead of passing away, their awareness is transferred to duplicates of their bodies, which are present in a Tokyo apartment with other people who have recently passed away in a variety of ways.

The group cannot leave because the apartment’s doors are locked and it is hard to get close to them or the walls.

Shortly after, a strange black orb called Gantz is triggered, revealing several tools inside, including a black suit designed to fit each person in the room and giving them superhuman strength, endurance, and speed, a controller that doubles as a radar, and three different kinds of weapons. The people there are informed by a text on the sphere’s exterior that their lives are over and that they have joined it.

The “gantzers,” or players, are then given a mission that entails tracking down and eliminating specific aliens in exchange for points based on how powerful the enemies were. A player can choose, with a total of 100 points, to continue the “game” with a more potent weapon, revive a character from Gantz’s memories, or go back to his own life, but without knowing anything about the “game.”

Then, everyone in the room is transferred to the hunting location. With little information at their disposal and a lot of knowledge, especially from Kei, the team completes the first two missions with only a few casualties. However, during the third, the boss decimates the entire group—including Masaru—and only Kei is able to return to the apartment alive.

As the plot develops, a new gang of players gathers around Kei, who fights valiantly to keep his colleagues alive and escape the game. An enormous disaster with as-yet-unknown ramifications will occur at the end of the Katastrophe counter, which is revealed to the group by Joichiro Nishi, a young gantzer of the Tokyo team and a seasoned game aficionado.

A week after the players are released from the game, a sizable alien horde invades Earth and starts eradicating humanity. Kei, Masaru, and their friends attempt to use Gantz’s technology to fight the alien force.

A new extraterrestrial civilization that turns out to be the one who provided humanity with the Gantz technology needed to protect itself against the alien invasion as well as other gantzer teams from throughout the world come into contact with the Tokyo team.

After several conflicts, the hunters are able to defeat the alien army, and Kei and Masaru are welcomed back to Earth by Tae and her brother Ayumi, respectively.

HELLSING


Kta Hirano is the author.
Action, dark fantasy, and horror genres
Release Date: January 16, 2002 until October 10, 2001
13 episodes

Added Content: 10 OVA episodes

Abraham Van Helsing is the head of the London noble house known as the Royal Knights of Protestant Order. He has been fighting against supernatural beings that the majority of everyday people are unaware of for millennia, including vampires, ghouls, and any other non-human being that is typically referred to as a “monster.” The Order has long been a paramilitary group working for her Majesty and conducts its operations in complete secrecy.

Sir Integra Fairbrook Wingates Hellsing, a direct ancestor of the first Lord Hellsing, is in charge of the organisation. She is compelled to take charge of the Order while still a teenager. When his daughter feels threatened, her dying father Arthur commands her to head to the mansion’s basement, where she will find something that can defend her.

After Integra’s father passes away, her uncle, who was enraged that Arthur had chosen Integra to be the next family head, makes an attempt to kill his niece. As advised by her father, Integra seeks refuge in the mansion’s cellars, where she discovers a body. Nevertheless, her uncle is able to track her down and shoots her without hesitation. Although the initial blow merely scratches her, the bloodshed wakes up the corpse, killing his uncle and his henchmen in an instant.

Thus, Integra encounters Alucard, a vampire who has served the Hellsing family for more than a century and a key member of the group that was, by Arthur’s decree, imprisoned in the dungeons many years previously. Thus, the girl, despite her youth, becomes Alucard’s Master (The Master).

Integra has grown into a young woman in the ten years after that happened. The Vatican starts to move when the number of vampires in London starts to increase significantly. A border region between Catholic and Protestant lands, Badrick, is where the exorcist priest Alexander Anderson, the Iscariota’s best agent (the thirteenth secret division of the Catholic Church), is dispatched.

However, monster appearances defy logic; it seems as though the guidelines for creating the undead have been altered, indicating that someone was behind the whole event.

These are the first signs of the Nazis of the Millennium, who have been functioning covertly for the past fifty years, seeking to realise their broken dream of invading England, destroying London, and eliminating Alucard and the Hellsing family. a full-fledged conflict from which nobody can flee.

High School DxD


Ichiei Ishibumi is the author(s).
Comedy, harem, and supernatural genres
Release dates include January 6, 2012 through March 21, 2012, July 7, 2013 through September 22, 2013, April 4, 2015 through June 20, 2015, and April 10, 2018 through July 3, 2018.
Episodes: 12, 13, 12, and 12.

Additional Content: 0 / 6 OVA Episodes

Along with two other school buddies, the high school student Issei Hydo has been looking for a friend for some time. The three of them, on the other hand, are more likely to draw attention due to their impulsive behaviour and tension, thus in reality, no girl at school wants to get engaged with them.

But one day, a student seems to be particularly interested in him. He finds it hard to believe that she has already asked him out, but he does so without thinking, taken in by her allure. In the end, the girl unexpectedly kills him after revealing herself to be a fallen angel.

To his own surprise, though, he wakes up naked in his bed and would have thought it was all a dream if it weren’t for Rias Gremory, the school’s most attractive student, who was lying next to him. She explains to him that he was actually slain the day before, but that she revived him as a demon as the leader of the demon clan of Gremory, and he is now a member of the clan, all the while his mother watches in shock from the doorway.

The Rias gang poses as a school-affiliated occult studies group. Similar to that, he must first comprehend what it is to be a demon and the situations and obligations that come with it. Issei doesn’t appear to comprehend what happened to him until the club, where Rias explains to him the antagonistic ties between the demons, fallen angels, and angels as well as his church’s adherents.

He also discovered that if he worked hard enough, he could have his own attendants, and he advanced to the point where his ultimate objective was to become a harem king. He meets Asia, a young, friendly, and naive nun whom he soon befriends despite all the enmities, despite knowing about the animosity.

Asia is killed as a result of a plan by the fallen angels, which Issei cannot stop despite giving all. However, Asia is also capable of being resurrected as a demon, and she has long been a vital member of the clan, whose members greatly benefit from her healing abilities. She also established herself as the first of many females to love Issei in the future.

Issei continues to grow stronger and assumes a more significant role for the members of the occult research club, particularly for Rias Gremory and the other girls. Although he is generally weaker than the majority of the other – and mostly female – demons, he can nonetheless make repeated assertions using peculiar methods and his unwavering will.

Additionally, he progressively wins the hearts of all the club’s female members, and he especially began to form a close romantic bond with Rias. The other girls, however, refuse to let it go. They also regularly attempt to seduce Issei, which occasionally puts him in an uncomfortable predicament.

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Issei, on the other hand, continues to strive to become the most powerful farmer and to ascend to the demon nobility in order to protect Rias repeatedly and find his harem. Noble demons acquire 15 chess pieces and participate in a rating game modelled on chess that is meant to practise battle.

These include the king in addition to queens, knights, runners, rooks, and pawns, each of which has a unique set of attributes: towers have greater strength and robustness, runners have increased magical abilities, and queens have improved speed and mobility. In enemy territory, any of these, even pawns, can change into a queen, knight, bishop, or rook.

Jinrō

 

Mamoru Oshii is the author
Action and political thriller genres
Availability: November 17, 1999
Duration: 102 minutes

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Kazuki Fuse, a member of the elite anti-terrorism police unit of the Kerberos Panzer Cops, is the focus of the story, which is set in Japan in the 1960s of an alternate historical universe. He is outfitted with heavy protective armament, called Stahlhelme, which includes an oxygen mask and night vision, as well as German MG 42 machine guns.

Fuse, who has been trained to act like a wolf pack member—hence the name Kerberos—is forced to confront his own humanity when he misses an opportunity to shoot a young terrorist who then kills herself by detonating a bomb in front of him.

Later, Fuse meets Kai on his way to the terrorist’s burial and starts a tragic romance with her.

A number of references to Japanese political concerns from the 1960s and early 1970s may be found in the film. Left-wing student protests were prevalent during this time, with the Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security between the United States and Japan serving as the primary, though not the only, focal point.

This movement, which went by the name of ANPO Hantai, included Mamoru Oshii in addition to Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata, two more notable representatives of Japanese animation. The fear of the left-wing political factions that the fascists had actually retaken power in Japan is referred to as the influence of Nazi Germany on Japan, which occurred in the parallel universe depicted in the movie.

Inejir Asanuma, the leader of the Japanese Socialist Party, was assassinated in 1960 while speaking on live television in the National Diet of Japan. Nobusuke Kishi, the leader of the Liberal Democratic Party (LPD), who had been found guilty of war crimes, further created controversy.

The entire movie conveys the pervasive sense of turmoil during those years. The special forces that were established in accordance with Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution, which forbade the formation of armed forces, and in response to pressure from the United States of America to fight Communism are the inspiration for the municipal police forces depicted in the movie, even though they have been exaggerated in some ways.

Japan had established legitimate military units by the 1960s, but they were officially referred to as police forces in order to uphold the constitution. Instead, the term “demonstrators” refers to the political opposition to the treaty on cooperation and security, which necessitated not just its condemnation but also demonstrations in support of improved working conditions and changes in social and economic policies.

After a number of concessions between the government bureaucracy, the unions, the keiretsu, and the LDP, these political forces ultimately disintegrated.

The political environment in Japan, which was dominated by the LDP until 2009 with little significant opposition, is depicted in the film as an analogy of the current political climate there. Fuse’s reluctance to break away from the “herd” he belongs to serves as a metaphor for this lack of opposition to authority and serves as a critique of Japan as a conformist society that resists change even when the moment is ripe.

Mnemosyne


Written by Hiroshi Nogi
Action, science fiction, and supernatural genres
release dates range from February 3 to July 6, 2008.
6 episodes

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The mysterious Yggdrasil tree has frequently descended into the human realm and discharged a large number of little balls. The “Time Fruits,” a small subset of the balls, are particularly unique. When a lady consumes a fruit of time, she gains immortality. A male becomes a crazy winged creature called as a “angel” when a fruit enters him.

In Tokyo’s Shinjuku neighbourhood, Rin Asougi, an immortal, co-owns a private investigation firm with her equally immortal aide Mimi. Rin frequently speaks on the phone with an enigmatic stranger. She is frequently pursued by Laura, an assassin employed by Apos, an angel who hunts the immortals and serves as the current keeper of the Yggdrasil.

The narrative starts in 1990. Instead of finding the missing cat, Rin discovers Koki Maeno, a young man with a distorted past. She learns after looking into his background that Sayara Yamanobe, a person who craves immortality, made a clone of him. Koki decides to work for Rin at her agency after learning about it.

Koki wed Yuki, a previous customer, in 2011. Returning, Sayara Yamanobe kidnaps Rin and tries to use biological weapons against Japan. Koki gives himself up after transforming into an angel in order to save Rin and Japan.

In 2025, after meeting his longtime online love interest in person, Rin looks into a case involving Teruki, the son of Koki. Teruki is saved by Rin, but in the end, she makes the ultimate sacrifice.

Tamaki Saito, who lost her memory in 2055, is Rin. She had developed feelings for Ihika, a mortal. When Laura discovers that she is alive and tries to kill her, she regains her memories. Mishio, the daughter of Mimi and Teruki, goes to Apos Castle to rescue Rin when she is abducted by Apos.

An angel is imprisoned in a room with Rin, who murders him before realising the victim is Ihika. It is revealed that the man on the other end of the line was Tajimamori, a former Yggdrasil guardian, Rin’s saviour from a thousand years prior, and Apos’ father.

After fertilising Rin, he is slain by Apos, who is confined within the Yggdrasil’s roots. Later, Rin gives birth to a boy who will eventually take over as the new protector of the tree.

Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou

Written by Okayado
Genres: Romantic Comedy, Fantasy Comedy, Harem
Dates of Publication: July 7, 2015–September 22, 2015
12 episodes

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The existence of fabled creatures like centaurs, harpies, and lamias has been kept a secret by the Japanese government for many years. The “Interspecies Cultural Exchange Act,” which was passed three years before the narrative started, allowed the government to acknowledge the existence of these creatures and provide them a pass licence.

Since then, these so-called “liminals” or “extra-species” have assimilated into human society, residing with regular families as au pairs and foreign exchange students, but with different rights and responsibilities. (The fundamental restriction is that humans and liminals cannot harm one another.)

Kurusu Kimihito first declined to participate in the exchange programme, but after seeing in awe how Mrs. Smith unintentionally brought the terrified and humiliated Miia to her doorway, he decided not to have the heart to deny her a roof and the two began living together. Throughout the course of the narrative, Kimihito gathers and provides sanctuary for additional female liminals of various species.

He soon finds himself in a busy setting where he tries to live in harmony with his new life. Some people come more or less by mistake, while others are driven to be with him by Mrs. Smith or by themselves. She struggles with their persistent advances and the issues surrounding assisting them in adjusting to life as housemates.

After the girls learn that Kimihito will likely wed one of them for a trial period due to anticipated changes in the legislation regarding human-liminal relationships, the issue takes on a new twist, escalating the struggle between these tenants for the girls’ attention.

Nana


Ai Yazawa is the author.
Musical and romantic genres
from April 5, 2006, to March 27, 2007, for release
47 episodes

Added Content: 3 recap episodes

Punk vocalist Nana Saki’s one and only goal is to make her group’s debut and beat out Trapnest, a band in which her ex-boyfriend Ren Honj plays guitar. In the past, Nana and Ren worked together in the band Black Stones (also known as Blast for short), but they broke up when Ren was given the chance to fill in for a member of the well-known band Trapnest, so he left his group to travel to Tokyo.

Nana decides that a life in which she is merely considered Ren’s girlfriend, remaining professionally in his shadow, and playing a role that is not more than that of a housewife who is not an independent woman is not the life she wants after realising that if she went to Tokyo with him, she would see her chances of becoming a popular singer greatly diminished.

She ultimately resolves to hold onto what is hers. For her part, Nana Komatsu, the other nana, is referred to by saki as “Hachi” (which is derived from “Hachiko,” a very well-known puppy in Japan), because saki thinks that she resembles a young puppy and is highly devoted to those who care about her while also being quite needy.

Komatsu was extremely pampered, overprotected, and seldom ever forced to think for herself throughout her life, which as she grew older started to cause her more problems. Hachi, who has a tendency to fall in love with anybody she meets, relies on those close to her, especially her high school buddy Junko Saotome, often known as Jun, to help her get her bearings.

After graduating from high school, Junko and the rest of his friends move to Tokyo to attend an art college, leaving Hachi behind. Hachi had a strong desire to move to Tokyo and join Junko and her partner Shji, but she lacked the resources to do so.

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But after putting a lot of effort into saving money on her own, she eventually succeeds in becoming independent, moving to Tokyo, and starting her adult life. By happenstance, Komatsu and Saki first cross paths on the train to Tokyo.

They both move to Tokyo to begin their new lives there. While travelling, they get to talking, and a succession of coincidences—especially the seventh one—lead them to coincidentally find apartments and decide to do so together, splitting the costs and living together.

Despite having quite different personalities, as soon as they meet, both “Hachi” and “saki” start to respect and appreciate each other and end up becoming close friends.

The Black Stones, who had reunited with a new bassist Shinichi Okazaki (due to Ren’s absence), start to develop popularity in unofficial performances in the Tokyo suburbs, playing at various bars.

Phantom: Requiem for the Phantom


Gen Urobuchi is the author(s).
Fiction: Crime
Release Date: September 24 – April 2, 2009
26 episodes

Added Content: 3 OVA episodes

The most successful assassin in Inferno, a mafia group in the western United States, goes by the name Phantom. The Phantom is regarded as the best sniper in the world, and its name is well-known throughout the world.

A young boy with total amnesia awakens in an old industrial building with a young girl named Ein, the Phantom, who trains him as an assassin under the alias Zwei after initially trying to murder him to gauge his combat prowess.

He eventually realises that Inferno is using him, and after regaining consciousness and learning that his real identity is Reiji, he makes an effort to set Ein free from his adored Scythian master. Following Scythe’s betrayal of Inferno, Claudia McCunnen instructs him to shoot the man, but Ein, who is too loyal to her master, steps in and takes the hit instead.

Zwei shoots herself after thinking she is dead (by the Scythe Master), but lives. Three months later, Zwei—the person who killed Claudia McCunnen—became the group’s recognised Phantom. Then, six months later, he takes charge of a young girl named Cal who had previously lived with a friend who happened to be between the two camps and who was shot accidentally while attempting to protect the girl. He is then looking into the murder of members of a Yakuza organisation called the Godohs.

The Bloodies, a group that is friendly to Inferno and is led by Isaac Wisemel, as well as the Godoh group, which McCunnen is attempting to associate with Inferno, both start to have doubts about the organisation. Cal, hoping to find someone capable of avenging the death of his sister Judy, retrieved the bag full of money that was to be transferred to this group.

He pretends that the young girl has a great desire to kill at home and teaches her the fundamentals of assassination in order to protect her from her employers. Then, he learns that Ein is still alive and working for Scythe, who, in an effort to unseat McCunnen, compels Claudia and Reiji-Zwei to depart by showing the Godoh members a compromising picture.

He vowed Cal he would return at all costs, and when he got home, he saw the apartment explode and thought she was dead. He makes a commitment to take him away from Scythe and the two leave to Mexico after a fight with Ein during which they both refuse to murder the other.

Elen and Reiji are found to have relocated to Reiji’s hometown in Japan under the guise of college students two years later. Cal, who is controlled by Scythe and has returned to Inferno, to which the Godoh group is now attached, is enraged with hatred and animosity toward Reiji (whom she believes abandoned her for Ein).

She evolved into Drei, Inferno’s third Phantom. She travels to Japan with the intent to murder Reiji. They employ Mio, the younger sister of the old leader Godoh, whom the new one has signed a pledge of religion to protect, as defence against the assassin of Inferno as they make their escape to resume normal lives.

However, Drei is impatient and will stop at nothing to inflict as much pain as she can on Reiji. In the last act of his Machiavellian play, Scythe then reveals his most powerful weapon, forcing Ein and Zwei to battle his most recent creatures, the Zahlenschwestern.

Prison School


Akira Hiramoto is the author.
Variety: Comedy
Release Date: September 26 – July 11, 2015
12 episodes

One OVA episode’s worth of additional content

An prestigious girls’ high school in Tokyo called Hachimitsu Academy is distinguished by stringent regulations, which forbid dating boys. However, towards the start of the series, the school chooses to admit boys as well, while maintaining the same restrictions. To their surprise, however, there are only five new male students: Kiyoshi Fujino, Takehito “Gakuto” Morokuzu, Shingo Wakamoto, Jiji “Joe” Nezu, and Reiji “André” And.

The boys quickly become friends, but when they are caught spying on the women’s restrooms, things go south. The strict secret student association of the school, which is run by President Mari, the daughter of the principal, Vice President Meiko, and Secretary Hana, sentences the group to one month in jail and hard labour as punishment.

Kiyoshi had interacted with a girl named Chiyo just before the punishment started, and it turned out that she was Mari’s sister. The two will continue to see each other covertly, and when the boy’s friends learn about it, they will isolate him as well, because this behaviour will determine the severity of the punishment for everyone.

Over time, things return to normal as a result of Gakuto helping Kiyoshi flee so that he could give him the rare action figure he had been longing for and Shingo falling in love with Anzu, another association member, who will help Kiyoshi flee as Kiyoshi, who he will accept without batting an eye and who he will repeatedly sacrifice himself for.

Mari, in the meantime, has in reality planned a covert plot to have the boys expelled by taking advantage of their individual flaws, but thanks to a cunning plan and the kindness of the headmaster, the five boys are eventually allowed to return home.

The association’s three key members are imprisoned, and another trio fills their place.

Sekirei


Sakurako Gokurakuin, author
Harem, romantic comedy, and supernatural genres
Release Dates: September 17, 2008 to July 2, 2008, and July 4 through September 26, 2010
12 and 13 episodes

Extra Content: 1+1 OVA Episodes

The boy Minato Sahashi fails the university admission exam for the second time, hasn’t yet had any success with ladies, and is also still unemployed in Tokyo in 2020, also known as Shint Teito (“New Eastern Imperial Capital”). He is extremely clever, but his inability to handle the stress of an exam explains why he consistently fails.

But because of these circumstances, many people, including his younger sister, call him a loser. One day, Musubi, who is quite gorgeous, appears to have fallen from the sky and into his hands. But he soon understands that Musubi is not just any girl; she is a Sekirei who has selected him to be her Ashikabi.

Students Minaka Hiroto and Takami Sahashi discovered the Sekirei, extraterrestrial life forms that crashed-landed with their spacecraft on Earth in 1999. The 108 life forms on board the ship are also referred to as “a pillar and 107 little birds” because only one of them, the pillar (#0/#1), was in the adult stage, while the other eight (#2–#9) were there as embryos, and the remaining 99 (#10–#108) were fertilised eggs.

They resemble humans in appearance and often share human DNA, but they also possess unique talents. Particularly potent numbers are those with just one digit.

Mid Bio Informatics (MBI) is presently led by Minaka and Takami, Minato’s mother. In numerous tests, they altered the Sekirei and obtained wildly disparate outcomes in order to later put them in competition with one another under the guise of the Sekirei Plan.

As a result, characters with wildly disparate personalities—from the vulnerable and innocent to the cruel and murderous—emerged. In order to gain wings or enter a unique state when they are much stronger than usual, the Sekirei themselves are searching for a deserving Ashikabi.

When Ashikabi Minato learns that multiple Sekirei chose him to be Ashikabi, he finds himself in battle scenes more frequently than he would want, which causes a variety of issues.

 

 

 

Shinmai Maou no Testament


Testuto Uesu is the author(s).
Action, harem, and supernatural genres
Dates of Publication: October 9, 2015 through December 11, 2015.
10 episodes

Extra Content: Two OVA episodes

High school student Basara Tojo attends Hijirigasaka Academy. His father Jin unexpectedly “marries again” one day and asks Basara whether he wants sisters. Basara meets Mio and Maria Naruse, his two lovely adoptive sisters.

When Basara’s father leaves for an extended period of time, he rapidly realises that the two sisters are actually members of a demonic clan and that he needs to stay with the clan of heroes. Mio, a demonic princess, wants to have Basara sign a master-servant agreement, but Maria ends up being the opposite, with Basara serving as the master.

When trying to save Mio from other demons who are after her inheritance given down by former demon lord Wilbert, Basara always finds herself in amorous circumstances.

 

 

 

 

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