Shin Hakkenden

Shin Hakkenden

Shin Hakkenden is a Japanese anime series. The anime is based on the epic novel Nansō Satomi Hakkenden except it is set in the future. Directed by Katsuyoshi Yatabe, the anime's 26 episodes were broadcast on TV Tokyo between April 3, 1999 and September 25, 1999.

Galactic Patrol Lensman

Galactic Patrol Lensman

The two anime adaptations of Lensman novels are the movie Lensman: Secret of The Lens and the TV series Galactic Patrol Lensman. Although these were produced with the knowledge and consent of Smith's estate, the executors were so displeased with the result that for several years they rejected any other suggestions of adaptation. Several dub-only releases of the movie opened in North America, and the first four episodes of the TV series were released in a heavily edited form by Harmony Gold USA. Despite sharing character and organization names, as well as central themes common to the books, artistic license produced a final product altogether different from the source material.

Pluster World

Pluster World

Pluster World is an anime television series that originally aired in Japan starting April 2003. Aired on TV Tokyo on Thursdays 6:00pm to 6:30pm.

Eagle Talon

Eagle Talon 2006

Eagle Talon is a Japanese Flash animation created by former Shimane Prefecture resident Ryo Ono and produced by DLE. The series turns the classic superhero formula on its head, making the ostensibly “evil” team of villains the protagonists of the story, and the traditional superhero of the series, Deluxe Fighter, a narcissistic and largely incapable bully.

Reporter Blues

Reporter Blues 1991

Reporter Blues is an Italian-Japanese cartoon/anime television series created by Marco Pagot and Gi Pagot and directed by Kenji Kodama. It consists of 52 half-hour episodes. The first season was aired in France in 1991. The second season was aired in 1996. The show was co-produced by RAI and TMS Entertainment.

Chojin Sentai Barattack

Chojin Sentai Barattack

Chojin Sentai Barattack is a Japanese anime series that follows the adventures of five teenagers as they fight against an evil alien force using the titular combining mecha, Barattack. The show aired on TV Asahi between 1977 and 1978 on Sundays between 18:00 - 18:25. The series is loosely related to Himitsu Sentai Gorenger and its sequel series JAKQ Dengekitai in that the five main characters wear multicolored costumes. Yuji wears the traditional red representing the team leader, Yuri wears the traditional pink with skirt, Mac wears light blue, Franco wears green, and Dicky wears orange. Unlike the sentai teams in the aforementioned series however, they do not engage in hand-to-hand martial arts combat, only fighting in their combining mecha.

Él

Él

ELLE also known as Él, is a Japanese adult visual novel developed by the ELF Corporation which was originally released on June 13, 1991. A remake produced by ELF Corporation retitled Él was released September 29, 2000. Green Bunny produced an anime original video animation titled Él which was released in two volumes in 2001. The series depicts the survivors of a nuclear war that are gathered in a single, tightly-monitored city.

Tokyo Mew Mew

Tokyo Mew Mew

On her first date with the cutest boy in school, Ichigo is zapped by a mysterious ray that scrambles her DNA with that of the endangered Iriomote wildcat. The next day, Ichigo discovers that she has developed the agility (and occasionally the ears and tail) of a cat, as well as the power to transform into a pink-haired superheroine, Mew Ichigo. She and four other girls, each endowed with the genes of a different "Red Data" animal, have been selected for the top-secret Mew Project, which aims to protect the Earth from an alien menace known as Deep Blue.