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Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers

The story revolves around how the Avengers-Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, and the Hulk, together with the help of Spider-Man and a group of teens-harness their respective fighting skills and superhuman powers to foil Loki's scheme to take over the world.


Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
TV Tokyo,

2008

| Anime, Animation
Rating: 5/5

Much like the previous series, it focuses around characters playing the card game, Duel Monsters, despite the fact the 'Duel Monsters' tagline has been dropped from the Japanese title. This series introduces new types of cards such as Synchro Monsters, that are reflected in the Official Trading Card Game. During the series, in addition to regular duels using Duel Disks, a new type of Duel Disk, motorcycle-like vehicles, called "Duel Runners" ("D-Wheels" in the Japanese version) is used, and the duelists engage in games called "Turbo Duels" ("Riding Duels" in the Japanese version).[1] Yusei Fudo, the 18 year-old main protagonist, has "Stardust Dragon" as his main card, which is the cover card for the Duelist Genesis trading card set.


Inou-Battle wa Nichijou-kei no Naka de

Five members of their school's literature gained supernatural powers 6 months ago, but found themselves with no evil forces to battle.


My Little Monster
TV Tokyo,

2012

| Romance/Dating, Anime, Animation
Rating: 4/5

The romantic comedy centers around Shizuku Mizutani, a girl who has absolutely no interests except for school and her plans for the future. One day she delivers print-outs to the chronically absent Yoshida. After delivering the school materials to Yoshida, he believes the two of them are friends.


Yu-Gi-Oh Duel Monsters GX!
TV Tokyo,

2004

| Action, Adventure, Anime, Animation
Rating: 4.5/5

Ten years after the ceremonial duel, a kid named Judai Yuki receives a card from the King of Games himself. Judai aspires to be the next king of games and takes the entrance exam to get into Duel Academia. After he gets in he starts to gain new friends, and new enemies.


Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal

The story takes place in the distant future and focuses on Yuma Tsukumo, a youngster who aspire to become the duelist champion, despite his skills are still on amateur level. Something unexpected happens when he challenges Ryoga Kamishiro to a duel to recover a friend's deck that was stolen from him. During the duel, Yuma is being defeated by Ryoga when the mysterious ghost of Astral appears before him, and aids him to make a comeback victory. Astral explains to Yuma that his mission is to search for his lost memories, that were scattered across the world taking the form of 99 Exceed monsters called "Numbers", and to retrieve them, he must defeat the owners of each Number monster in a duel. Yuma agrees to help him, and thus their journey together begins.


Chrome Shelled Regios
TV Tokyo,

2009

| Anime, Animation
Rating: 5/5

The world was infected by "Pollutant" years ago - a world cracked open and generally screwed up. This Pollutant spawns nasty "Pollutant Beasts", but it's also resulted in people gaining special powers. The towns that now litter the world are protected by alchemists and are mobile - these are the "Regios" of the title. The story follows a guy named Lei-Fon Alseif who starts at a new school following the disappearance of his childhood friend and gets recruited into the special 17th Platoon in order to combat Pollutant Beasts.


WATAMOTE

Kuroki Tomoko is a super popular, high school girl who has had 50 years of dating experience and 100 boys... in the Otome game world. In the real world, she is a 15-year-old shut in who has all of the qualities of a "mojo" (a gloomy or unpopular woman). However, when school isn't going as she expected, and she isn't as popular as she had thought she was, she takes a look at herself in the mirror for the first time in a few years, and has some shocking revelations...


Soul Eater Not!
TV Tokyo,

2014

| Comedy, Fantasy, Anime, Animation
Rating: 5/5

Soul Eater Not! is a side-story to the main series, focusing on a freshman halberd named Harudori Tsugumi, who befriends two other meisters, Tatane Meme and Anya Hepburn. All three take part in the NOT (Normally Overcome Target) class at DWMA and learn to control their powers in order to overcome their difficulties to have a normal life, as opposed to the battle-oriented EAT (Especially Advanced Talent) class taken by Maka, Soul, and their companions.


Natsume Yujin-Cho

For as long as he can remember Natsume Takashi has had the ability to see spirits called Youkai, but learned never to speak about it to anyone. After being bounced around from relative to relative he finally goes back to the village where his grandmother once lived. His grandmother also had the ability to see youkai and when he receives a book called the Yujincho or 'Book of Friends' he finally understands why he can see these spirits. His grandmother collected the spirits, and made them sign contracts and that is what is keeping them close to Natsume. Takashi finally has a purpose, to free the names of the spirits from the book. With Nyanko, a youkai trapped in the body of a 'Lucky Cat' statue, as his teacher and protector he sets out to empty the book and protect it from those who would take it's power for themselves.