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Sunday, September 5, 2010

1 (Anime Series) Strike Witches Season 2 (ON-GOING)



Plot

Set in a world similar to Earth in the mid twentieth century, Strike Witches tells the story of a fight to protect that world using a combination of magic and technology. The titular Strike Witches are young women with high magical potential who are recruited into militaries around the world to fight against the enigmatic Neuroi, which began an invasion of unprecedented scale on human territory in the year 1939. This puzzling enemy force has appeared frequently and without warning in many areas across the world throughout history. The weapons of the Neuroi mostly take on forms similar to aircraft, but their most troubling tactic is the spreading of a corrosive miasma. Not only do normal humans have no defense against this miasma, but the remnants of the land affected by it are processed by the Neuroi into new weapons, crumbling huge sections of former nations into the sea. As the miasma seems to be unable to spread across large bodies of water, humanity has designated such areas as their main lines of defense.

In order to bring out their potential for use in battle, each Witch equips a unique machine onto their legs: the Striker Unit. With the Striker Unit equipped, they gain the ability to fly and their tapped magical potential provides the strength to utilize weapons far too heavy and powerful for a normal person. Also created is a defensive field that can protect the Witches from the Neuroi's miasma as well as other physical weaponry, making them humanity's trump card in the war. The franchise's main media focuses on the 501st Joint Fighter Wing, defending the Britannian home islands, in a parallel to the Battle of Britain.




Episode 01 | Episode 02 | Episode 03 | Episode 04 | Episode 05
Episode 06 | Episode 07 | Episode 08 | Episode 09

2 (Anime Series) Highschool of the Dead (ON-GOING)


High School of the Dead (学園黙示録 Gakuen Mokushiroku?, "Academy Apocalypse") is a manga series written by Daisuke Sato and illustrated by Shouji Sato, published in Fujimi Shobo's Monthly Dragon Age since September 2006. However, the manga has been on hiatus since the end of 2008 until recent news on February 9 2010, confirmed a comeback and has updated with issue 24 in March 2010.[1] An anime adaptation to the series[2] is showing now in Japan and is being simulcast in the US.[3] The manga will be taking another break from May to June and will be returning on July 9th.

The series follows a group of Japanese high school students caught in the middle of a zombie apocalypse.

The manga has been licensed in Spain by Glénat España,in Germany by Carlsen, and in Brazil by Panini Comics. The first volume was released in May 2008 in Spain, Germany was released March 2010 and in Brazil was released in April 2010. In Spain, Highschool of the Dead is called Apocalipsis en el Instituto (Apocalypse in Highschool).

Plot

The world is over taken with a very deadly disease that turns humans into zombies. In Japan, several students of Fujimi High School, and the school nurse, band together to survive the present apocalypse. The story follows Takashi Komuro, one of the students who survived in the initial outbreak.



AVI

Episode 01 | Episode 02 | Episode 03 | Episode 04 | Episode 05

Episode 06 | Episode 07 | Episode 08 | Episode 09

Thursday, August 12, 2010

6 (Anime Series) K-On!! Season 2 (On-Going)



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Episode 01 | Episode 02 | Episode 03 | Episode 04 | Episode 05

Episode 06 | Episode 07 | Episode 08 | Episode 09 | Episode 10

Episode 11 | Episode 12 | Episode 13 | Episode 14 | Episode 15

Episode 16 | Episode 17 | Episode 18 | Episode 19 |

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

0 (Anime Series) Mitsudomoe (ON-GOING)



Mitsudomoe (みつどもえ?) is a gag manga series by manga creator Norio Sakurai about the adventures of the Marui triplets in sixth grade and their newly hired teacher Satoshi Yabe as he falls in love with the school nurse. It's serialized in Akita Shoten Shōnen magazine Weekly Shōnen Champion since 2006 and the serial chapters collected into nine tankōbon. In 2010, the manga was adapted into an anime series.

Plot

Newly hired teacher Satoshi Yabe is terrorized by his new students the Marui triplets. Satoshi Yabe alias Yabe-cchi is just starting his new life as an elementary school teacher. On his first day of work he falls in love immediately with the natural airhead School Nurse, little does he know that in his assigned class the law is made by the Marui triplets. Can Yabe-cchi survive this ordeal or will the three sisters get the best of him?

0 (Anime Series) Transformer Armada (COMPLETE)


Transformers: Armada, known in Japan as Super Robot Lifeform Transformers: Micron Legend (超ロボット生命体トランスフォーマー マイクロン伝説 Chō Robotto Seimeitai Toransufōmā Maikuron Densetsu?), is the Transformers animated series and toy line which ran from 2002-2003, as originally scedulued in 2001 as indicated, But in fact, there's been delayed from early-2002. As the first series co-produced between the American toy company, Hasbro, and their Japanese counterpart, Takara, Armada begins a new continuity/universe for Transformers, with no ties to any of the previous series, after the following series of Transformers: Robots in Disguise on after 2001.

The show was criticized by some for having a simplistic plot and one-dimensional characters, but also has a devoted cult following, particularly for its later storylines incorporating Unicron and for its atypical depiction of the longtime fan favorite character Starscream. Ultimately, it is one of the most highly debated Transformers series in terms of quality. It would go on to birth a sequel in the form of Transformers: Energon.

Television show storyline

On the planet of Cybertron, war raged between the two factions known as the Autobots and the Decepticons over the race of smaller, power-enhancing Transformers called Mini-Cons. Seeking to flee the conflict that surrounded them, the Mini-Cons escaped Cybertron with the aid of the Autobots, but an attack by the Decepticons crippled the ship as it fled through a spacebridge. The ship materialized in the Solar system and impacted with the moon of Earth, breaking in two. One portion of the ship stayed embedded on the Moon, while the other plummeted to the planet below. The Mini-Cons, all locked in stasis panels, were scattered across the globe. The ship crashed to Earth and millions of years passed.




Episode 001 | Episode 002 | Episode 003 | Episode 004 | Episode 005
Episode 006 | Episode 007 | Episode 008 | Episode 009 | Episode 010
Episode 011 | Episode 012 | Episode 013 | Episode 014 | Episode 015
Episode 016 | Episode 017 | Episode 018 | Episode 019 | Episode 020
Episode 021 | Episode 022 | Episode 023 | Episode 024 | Episode 025
Episode 026 | Episode 027 | Episode 028 | Episode 029 | Episode 030
Episode 031 | Episode 032 | Episode 033 | Episode 034 | Episode 035
Episode 036 | Episode 037 | Episode 038 | Episode 039 | Episode 040
Episode 041 | Episode 042 | Episode 043 | Episode 044 | Episode 045
Episode 046 | Episode 047 | Episode 048 | Episode 049 | Episode 050
Episode 051 | Episode 052


Sunday, August 8, 2010

1 (Anime Series) Lupin III Season 1 (COMPLETE)


Lupin III (ルパン三世 Rupan Sansei?), also known as Lupin the 3rd, is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Kazuhiko Kato under the pen name of Monkey Punch. The story follows the adventures of a gang of thieves led by Arsène Lupin III, the grandson of Arsène Lupin, the gentleman thief of Maurice Leblanc's series of novels. Lupin and his gang travel throughout the world to steal treasures and escape from the law.

The first Lupin III manga, which first appeared in Weekly Manga Action beginning on August 10, 1967, spawned a media franchise that includes numerous manga, various animated television series, feature films, direct-to-video releases, yearly television specials, music CDs, video games, and a musical. Several different companies own the English-language distribution rights to various Lupin III properties, including Geneon, licensor of the second television series, which was broadcast in 26 episodes on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim during 2003, and Tokyopop, licensor of the original manga. WhiteLight Entertainment, purchased the live-action theatrical rights to Lupin III in 2003.

The series remains popular and the anime adaptions have attracted the attention of directors such as Shinichirō Watanabe and Steven Spielberg. Although the series is popular with critics, some elements of the English adaptions have been criticized for language and the use of contemporary references that were not present in the original. For several years, issues relating to the copyright of Maurice Leblanc's intellectual property meant that the Lupin name was removed from releases outside of Japan. However the copyright has now expired, allowing foreign releases to use the Lupin name.

Arsène Lupin III, the grandson of the fictional gentleman thief, Arsène Lupin, is considered the world's greatest thief, known for announcing his intentions to steal valuable objects by sending a calling card to the owners of his desired items. His right-hand man and closest ally is Daisuke Jigen, an expert marksman who can accurately shoot a target in 0.3 seconds. Although Lupin and Jigen frequently work as a two-man team, they are often joined by Goemon Ishikawa XIII, a master swordsman whose sword can cut anything, or Fujiko Mine, a femme fatale and Lupin's love interest. Although Fujiko usually works together with the others, she occasionally exploits Lupin's interest in her to steal a treasure for herself. Lupin and his gang are constantly chased by Inspector Koichi Zenigata (Pops) of the ICPO, who has made it his life's work to arrest them, chasing Lupin across the globe. On the rare occasions he catches Lupin, Zenigata secretly hopes Lupin will escape so he can continue to chase him. Regardless of whether Lupin and his followers succeed or fail, they are always looking for the next heist.




Episode 001 | Episode 002 | Episode 003 | Episode 004 | Episode 005
Episode 006 | Episode 007 | Episode 008 | Episode 009 | Episode 010
Episode 011 | Episode 012 | Episode 013 | Episode 014 | Episode 015
Episode 016 | Episode 017 | Episode 018 | Episode 019 | Episode 020
Episode 021 | Episode 022 | Episode 023


Thursday, August 5, 2010

1 (Movie) One Piece Movie 10 : Strong World


Strong World is the tenth feature film in the One Piece franchise. It is the first film to additionally star Chō as Brook. It was released December 12, 2009.[40] This film has a prequel in the manga showing the origins of Shiki and was published in an issue of Shonen Jump. This is the first film Eiichiro Oda personally wrote, in celebration of the tenth anniversary of the anime series.

The story takes place just after the "Thriller Bark" anime storyline. It is also Brook's first film appearance as a Straw Hat Pirate. The plot involves the East Blue under siege by a ruthless pirate named Shiki.

Plot

The film begins with Vice Admiral Garp and Fleet Admiral Sengoku witnessing Shiki's ship floating in the sky overhead. Shiki gives a warning signal to the Marines by using his Devil Fruit powers to destroy the marine vessels. On a floating island, Luffy is chased by a genetically-enhanced animal. The monster is overcome by another, which in turn battles another several times until Luffy finally defeats the third monster. The Straw Hats have been separated: Sanji with Usopp, Zoro with Chopper, and finally Robin, Franky, and Brook together who are all encountering similar animals.

Nami, meanwhile, is swimming in a large swimming pool. Shiki reveals that she has been taken to this place against her will and a brief flashback is shown: several days earlier, the Straw Hats read news of an attack on East Blue. Luffy vows to protect the East Blue and attempts to warn them, but Shiki unknowingly records the warning. Shiki meets Nami and reveals his powers to make any inanimate object he touches float. After learning it was Nami that delivered the warning, Shiki offers to take them there before escaping with Nami. The others try to rescue her, but Shiki makes the pirates scatter on the island.

Shiki asks Nami to become his navigator but she refuses. Dr. Indigo appears with an 'evolved' bird, called Billy, that can use electricity, demonstrating it to Shiki, but after being electrocuted by it, Shiki rejects it. It is explained that a plant here, called IQ, can cause animals to evolve instantly and to increase strength along the way. Nami protects Billy, and the bird is left with her as Shiki and his men leave. Meanwhile, Sanji and Usopp battle various animals while Sanji searches for Robin and Nami. Meanwhile, Zoro and Chopper rescue a young girl, Xiao, and are lead to her village and are told about the large poisonous plants around the village. However, long term exposure to the plants is poisonous to humans, and the girl's grandmother has become ill by it. Xiao was looking for the cure which is the IQ plant, but Shiki has stolen the IQ plants for his experiments. Sanji and Usopp learn that Shiki also takes all the men and young women to his royal palace, leaving the village with only the very young and old, before meeting up with Zoro and Chopper.

Nami manages to escape her captivity with the help of Billy, and finds the Thousand Sunny before Luffy arrives. After talking about what had happened, they use Billy to fly to the others. Robin's group, meanwhile, learn that Shiki is planning to release the animals on the island into East Blue to force the surrender of the World Government. They also learn that to demonstrate the power of the animals he is planning a demonstration against a village on the floating island. The two join the others at the village, and they also learn of the plan from the village residents. Shiki, in an attempt to capture her, confronts and defeats the Straw Hats. Nami is forced to rejoin Shiki at the cost of her village. Nami records a message, using the tone dial, which is supposed to be a farewell message. Robin's group arrives shortly after and rejoin the rest of the crew. Xiao gives them the dial for them to hear Nami's message, causing Luffy to be angered.

Shiki finds that Nami is attempting to destroy the plants protecting his palace, but was overcome by the poison. Shiki traps her near the plants and heads off to meet the pirate captains gathering. While greeting them, the Straw Hats burst into the palace and engages Shiki and his henchmen. The group manages to defeat them while Chopper and Usopp are ordered to search for Nami. Nami is found by Billy who helps destroy the plants just as Usopp and Chopper arrive. Chopper soon realizes the only way to save Nami is to find the IQ medicine, but Shiki attempts to stop them. However, Luffy engages him in a duel. The two find the IQ plant, but find the medicine is being held by Dr. Indigo. Zoro manages to defeat Dr. Indigo and Nami recovers. Sanji and Brook, meanwhile, witness another of Shiki's henchmen, Scarlet, attempting to kiss an unconscious Robin. Sanji defeats him, but Brook ends up receiving Robin's thanks when he catches her.

Luffy is getting brutally outmatched by Shiki when he receives a storm warning from his Transponder Snail, asking him to redirect the island. The call was in fact coerced by Usopp and Chopper, and that Nami has lead them directly into the storm. Upon realizing this, the remaining pirates retreat, while the Straw Hats rig the palace with explosives. Shiki returns to the palace and confronts them, but Luffy uses an electric charge and releases his attack, defeating Shiki. The other Straw Hats escape using the Thousand Sunny, using Shiki's pirate sail as a parachute. Luffy is recovered by Billy while the villagers are shown flying away using the wings on their arms. While they descend to the ocean it is revealed that on the other half of the message, Nami in fact asked them to save her. At the end of the film, the Marines capture the retreating pirates, including Shiki, and witnessing the islands crash into the sea, now free of Shiki's power. The Thousand Sunny is seen in the sky and they prepare to attack it. Back at Marine Headquarters, Sengoku comments that the Straw Hats were the ones to deal with this, and the Marines did nothing.





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Tuesday, July 27, 2010

2 (Anime Series) Strike Witches (Complete) (REUPLOAD)


Strike Witches (ストライクウィッチーズ Sutoraiku Witchīzu?) is a mixed-media project originally created by Humikane Shimada via a series of magazine illustration columns. It was later adapted into two light novel series, two manga series, an anime OVA, and a televised anime series. The story revolves around teenage girls who are essentially moe anthropomorphizations of military planes. The OVA preview episode was released on January 1, 2007. The televised anime series later premiered on July 3, 2008, concluding September 18. Official confirmation of a second season of the anime was announced on February 27, 2009. [1]

Plot

Set in a world similar to Earth in the mid twentieth century, Strike Witches tells the story of a fight to protect that world using a combination of magic and technology. The titular Strike Witches are young women with high magical potential who are recruited into militaries around the world to fight against the enigmatic Neuroi, which began an invasion of unprecedented scale on human territory in the year 1939. This puzzling enemy force has appeared frequently and without warning in many areas across the world throughout history. The weapons of the Neuroi mostly take on forms similar to aircraft, but their most troubling tactic is the spreading of a corrosive miasma. Not only do normal humans have no defense against this miasma, but the remnants of the land affected by it are processed by the Neuroi into new weapons, crumbling huge sections of former nations into the sea. As the miasma seems to be unable to spread across large bodies of water, humanity has designated such areas as their main lines of defense.

In order to bring out their potential for use in battle, each Witch equips a unique machine onto their legs: the Striker Unit. With the Striker Unit equipped, they gain the ability to fly and their tapped magical potential provides the strength to utilize weapons far too heavy and powerful for a normal person. Also created is a defensive field that can protect the Witches from the Neuroi's miasma as well as other physical weaponry, making them humanity's trump card in the war. The franchise's main media focuses on the 501st Joint Fighter Wing, defending the Britannian home islands, in a parallel to the Battle of Britain.

Production

In a postscript column in Comp Ace, Humikane Shimada had mentioned his desire to use his Mecha Musume concepts across a variety of media, leading to the production of the Strike Witches OVA by Gonzo. However, at about the same time Humikane was also contracted to create the character designs for Sky Girls, which had its televised run in late 2007. During this time there was no word on the further development of a Strike Witches animated series, although promotional items such as plastic figures of the OVA's characters were released. Not until December 2007 was the anime officially announced, after which details were slowly released, such as the casting of the remaining main characters that had no lines in the OVA.

While Shimada had participated in the initial production for both Strike Witches and Sky Girls, the two contrast in their execution of the mecha element. Sky Girls' Sonic Divers exemplify a futuristic approach, while the Striker Units are more fantastical with a closer connection to Shimada's original illustrations. With the use of World War II era prop fighters as a direct base for the details of each Striker and the weapons used by each Witch, the aerial combat aspect of the series is highly emphasized. In the OVA's mock battle sequence one can see various characters use tactics common to dogfights, such as exploiting the advantage of a smaller turning radius and attacking with the sun to one's back. Additionally, each main character uses a real ace pilot as their archetype, to varying degrees.



OVA

Episode 01 | Episode 02 | Episode 03 | Episode 04 | Episode 05
Episode 06 | Episode 07 | Episode 08 | Episode 09 | Episode 10
Episode 11 | Episode 12



Monday, July 26, 2010

0 (Anime Series) Densetsu no Yuusha no Densetsu (ON-GOING)


Synopsis

Ryner Lute is a lazy student of Roland Empire Royal Magician's school. One day, Roland Empire goes to war against a neighboring country Estaboole, and he lost his classmates in the battle. After the war, Lute sets out for a journey to search the relics of a "Legendary Hero" at Emperor Sion Astal's command. And he finds out that a deadly curse is spreading through the continent.




Episode 01 | Episode 02 | Episode 03 | Episode 04 |