The story of Mix takes place in the same Meisei Gakuen high school as Touch, only it is set 26 years later. Like Touch, Mix revolves around brothers and baseball.
(Source: Manga Updates)
Comedy, Drama, Romance, Slice of Life, Sports
The new series will center on a team made up of successive generations of Inazuma Eleven characters. The "Inazuma Japan" boys representative team will face teams from around the world.
The Wind Festival is held once a year in Fula City, where people live together with the wind. Since long ago, on the final day of the festival, the legendary Pokémon Lugia will appear and bestow the blessings of the wind upon the people. This film is about everyone's stories, from Lisa (Risa), a high school girl who is just starting out as a Pokemon trainer, to Callahan (Kagachi), a guy who can't stop lying to Toren (Torito), a researcher who lacks confidence in himself, to Harriet (Hisui), an old lady who hates touching Pokemon, and Margo (Largo), a mysterious young girl who watches over the forest by herself.
(source: ANN, edited)
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Zoids Wild is an anime series based on the Zoids model kits produced by Tomy.
The new season embarks on a new story with Aichi and Kai returning to take up the helm as main protagonists.
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Keisuke is a fifth grader who does not believe in ghosts, UFOs, or even youkai. Lately, he has noticed that Natsume has been coming home late, and one day decides to tail her. When he discovers that Natsume goes to a youkai detective agency, Natsume is forced to involve Keisuke in her activities.
The story is set after the first Inazuma Eleven, but will take place in a parallel world from all other Inazuma Eleven games apart from the first because the story has taken a different course. In the story, protagonist Asuto Inamori's soccer club is disbanded after the school's soccer field is destroyed. He and friends go to Tokyo to attend Daimon-chuu (Daimon Junior High) to play soccer.
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Action, Sci-Fi, Sports
Special prologue episode of the Inazuma Eleven: Ares no Tenbin series. It is a remake of the original Inazuma Eleven episode 27.
After defeating Zeus and becoming the Football Frontier champions, the members of Raimon return to the soccer club. Unlike episode 27, the club is not invaded by aliens. Instead, everyone congratulates the team members for their remarkable achievements.
Kidou Yuuto and Gouenji Shuuya then propose to take on the world. Hibiki Seigou comes in and, incidentially, proposes a match between Raimon and the Spanish youth league champion, Barcelona Orb.
(Source: Inazuma Eleven Wiki)
In the franchise's story, Hayato Hayasugi, the train-loving son of a train museum curator, accidentally stumbles into his dad's secret research lab one day. Inside he finds the E5 bullet train. As soon as he enters, he hears an announcement that a mysterious enemy, the Bachigami ("bee god"), is attacking the city of New Saitama. Luckily, with the touch of his father's Shinca ("evolve") card, the bullet train he's in transforms into a mighty robot — the Shinkalion E5 Hayabusa.
In the anime's story, Hayato and other children will serve as conductors to pilot the Shinkalion. The children must work together with the adults of the "Shinkansen Ultra Evolution Institute" (SUEI) to defeat a monster that looks like a jet black bullet train.
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A fifth-year elementary student named Eiji Tōmatsu, and his "inspiration" buddy, a dog named Pochirou. One day Eiji finds a mysterious book called the "Pikachin Research Book," and learns about the seven tools that make up the Pikachin Kit. Eiji presses a button inside the research book, and immediately a "Future Amazon" delivery arrives at his door with the kit. Eiji uses the blueprints included in the box to assemble the kit, but it seems as though 1% part of the kit is still missing.
In the franchise, the word "Pikachin" means the flash of inspiration or insight one gets about a new project, similar to the visual of a lightbulb turning on above one's head when someone has an idea. The concept of the franchise is "invention is 99% plastic models, 1% inspiration."
Sep 10, 2017
Pocket Monsters Sun & Moon: Planetarium is an anime special that was shown at various planetariums and museums in Japan, being the sixth of such specials. It debuted at the Yamaguchi General Children's Center in Yamaguchi, Yamaguchi on September 10, 2017. It is 29 minutes long, and is sometimes shown with a 10 to 15-minute presentation about the sky.
The film's plot tells the story of how Ash (Satoshi) and Pikachu came to know each other. On the day they set out from Pallet Town (Masara Town), both of them saw a Ho-oh flying and made a vow to someday meet it.
(Source: ANN, edited)
The story is set in "the future, just a little after the present day…. To respond to disasters beyond human comprehension and the increasing complexity of crime and mishaps, the mobile emergency police Hyper Rescue (an organization newly formed by the government primarily for life-saving) developed 'Drive Heads' that are specialized with police, fire-fighting, and rescue capabilities.
Drive Heads' are special vehicles that change from car forms to humanoid walker vehicles. The grade schooler Gou Kurumada and other children found to be suitable become drivers and join forces with the mobile emergency police and other adults. Even now, they race to the scene to protect the peace and security of all humanity. Go Rescue!
The story revolves around a girl named Yuuka, who encounters a being from the depths of the Earth named Chii-chan (a pun of chiteijin, the Japanese word for underground-dweller), and an alien named Ucchan (a pun of uchuujin or alien). The story follows their heartwarming and chaotic everyday lives together.
The story centers around an elementary school teacher who is so stupid, he cannot even write his own name. He does whatever he likes in his classroom. Plus, by all appearances, he is not human.
The "hyper casual fantasy" is set in Snack World, a seemingly traditional fantasy world — except it has convenience stores, smartphones, and other elements of the modern world.
A new CG cross-media project by Level-5.
Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy
Action, Sci-Fi, Sports
Second season of Pikaia!.
Drama, Slice of Life
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Anime featuring new Pokémon and new characters, and in the story Satoshi (Ash) will encounter Kapu Kokeko, a god who protects the Alola region. Ash will go to school in the series, and the series will follow his school activities as he aims to graduate.
Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy
The second season of 12-Sai.
Pokémon Generations looks back at each generation of the Pokémon video game series, diving into the stories of the games more deeply and getting to know characters and Pokémon better. Visit each region, from Kanto to Kalos, to relive the world of Pokémon like never before!
Action, Comedy, Fantasy
This is the story of a group of passionate Bladers who follow their dreams on an unforgettable journey to the top.
Valt Aoi is crazy about Beyblade. Valt's best friend since childhood, Shu Kurenai, is hailed as a Beyblade prodigy and has already been named as one of the National Beyblade Tournament's Final Four. Inspired by Shu's accomplishments, Valt sets his sights on reaching this year's national tournament. But to get to the big leagues, he must first emerge victorious from the district tournament – no easy feat, given the tough opponents standing in his way. Determined to win, Valt aims to make it to the championship, where he hopes to battle Shu and move on to the national tournament. As he battles, Valt broadens his circle of friends and reaches new heights. Without even realizing it, he has begun to dream of becoming the best Blader in the world.
(Source: Beyblade US site)
Action, Sci-Fi, Sports
The story begins with Hanabi, a sixth-grade girl who is neither an adult nor a child. She deals with issues such as accidentally witnessing her homeroom teacher kissing, and worrying about experiencing physiological changes before her friends. This is the depiction of a 12-year-old girl's innocent worries and first love.