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a manga and anime series by Shuuzou Oshimi, titled after Baudelaire's "Les Fleurs du Mal".
Shonen Jump refers to the Japanese (weekly and monthly) manga anthology magazine published by Shueisha and the American monthly manga anthology magazine in circulation from 2002-2012, now currently a …
a Japanese action and dark fantasy light novel series written by Kumo Kagyu and illustrated by Noboru Kannatuki. It tells the story of a man known as the 'Goblin Slayer' who has dedic…
a Japanese manga series written by Osamu Tezuka. The series also got 2 anime adaptations (1969 & 2019) and a live-action movie (2007).
a Japanese light novel series written by Kana Akatsuki and illustrated by Akiko Takase, with anime adaptation aired in 2018.
a 2010 light novel series by Kimihito Irie, with a 2013 anime adaptation.
a 2005 visual novel, developed by 0verflow. Its had an anime adaption in 2007 and has many spinoff games related to the original work.
a 2013 anime series from Tatsunoko, set in 2015. For the original Gatchaman series, use [gatchaman].
a manga series by Hikaru Nakamura.
a spinoff manga series by Hiroshi Hiroyama of the Fate/Stay Night franchise. For the parent series, see [fate-stay-night].
for the entire "Phantom" franchise, including the TV anime series "Requiem for the Phantom", the Nitroplus visual novel "Phantom of Inferno" on which it is based, and any other spinoffs.
a 2010-11 adult visual novel by Leaf. For the first game in the series, see [white-album].
a manga series by Shuichi Shugeno about street racing and running in the 90's. It has a number of anime adaptations.
a 4koma manga series by Tozen Ujiie, consisting almost wholly of dirty jokes.
a superpower action anime by studio Gonzo. A former war photographer Tatsumi Saiga saves a special girl from a secret society, which uses her to gain supernatural powers. He accidenta…
a Part-Timer!") is a light novel series by Satoshi Wagahara in which Satan attempts to take over the world by means of MgRonald's.
The Familiar of Zero ("Zero no Tsukaima") is a light novel series by Noboru Yamaguchi about an incorrigible tsundere.
a comedy shounen manga written by Tooru Fujisawa about an ex-gang member, Eikichi Onizuka, who takes up teaching.
a sci-fi TV anime series with screenplay by Dai Satou, among others.
a Japanese animation film studio. Use this tag for questions about multiple Studio Ghibli productions, or about the operation of the studio itself.
a light novel series by Fuyumi Ono, with illustrations by Akihiro Yamada. It tells several stories from the world of the Twelve Kingdoms, located on several isl…
a shounen manga by Hiroya Oku about a "game" that is played by people who have died. There is also a TV anime adaptation produced by Studio Gonzo.
a manga series by Katsura Hoshino about "Exorcists" who fight "Akuma".
A collection categorization of fantasy works TYPE-MOON writer Nasu Kinoko. Such works range from visual novels, video games, and light novels and take place within the same multiverse.
For India-specific questions about anime, e.g. which channels to watch, how to find merchandise, etc.
a manga series by Kazuhiro Fujita which ran from 1990 to 1996. It was partially adapted into a series of OVAs in 1992 and 1993 by studio Pastel. A two-season an…
a Japanese manga series illustrated by Mizuho Kusanagi, serialized in Hakusensha's shōjo manga magazine Hana to Yume from August 2009.
an original video animation and anime television series that serves as a re-imagining of Masamune Shirow's Ghost in the Shell.
a semi-annual dōjinshi fair, held in Tokyo, Japan. It is a convention for selling dōjinshi and self-published Japanese works. The attendance in winter of 2016 was over 550,000 people.
a seinen manga/anime series written by Yū Sasuga. The story deals with a group of elite warriors sent on a mission to Mars, to eradicate the result of a terraforming process gone wron…