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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…
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a 4koma manga series by Tozen Ujiie, consisting almost wholly of dirty jokes.
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a 2005 visual novel, developed by 0verflow. Its had an anime adaption in 2007 and has many spinoff games related to the original work.
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a 2013 anime series from Tatsunoko, set in 2015. For the original Gatchaman series, use [gatchaman].
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a manga series by Hikaru Nakamura.
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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 …
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a 2010 light novel series by Kimihito Irie, with a 2013 anime adaptation.
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a spinoff manga series by Hiroshi Hiroyama of the Fate/Stay Night franchise. For the parent series, see [fate-stay-night].
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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.
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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.
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a comedy shounen manga written by Tooru Fujisawa about an ex-gang member, Eikichi Onizuka, who takes up teaching.
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a light novel series by Reki Kawahara about a guy who is literally shaped like a pig.
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a manga series by Yuki Urushibara.
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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.
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a sci-fi TV anime series with screenplay by Dai Satou, among others.
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a Japanese animation film studio. Use this tag for questions about multiple Studio Ghibli productions, or about the operation of the studio itself.
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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.
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a Japanese manga series illustrated by Mizuho Kusanagi, serialized in Hakusensha's shōjo manga magazine Hana to Yume from August 2009.
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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…
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For India-specific questions about anime, e.g. which channels to watch, how to find merchandise, etc.
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For questions specific to the Rebuild of Evangelion series of films.
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A seinen manga by Kei Sanbe
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Anime adaptation of Bandai Namco’s PSP action game series “God Eater.”
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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…
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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.
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an anime series produced by Kunihiko Ikuhara and Silver Link, about female students at Ararshigaoka Academy after an invasion of the earth by bears.
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Crayon Shin-chan (sometimes just "Shin Chan") is a manga series by Yoshito Usui.
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a manga series by Katsura Hoshino about "Exorcists" who fight "Akuma".
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This tags should be used for questions about the Tenchi Muyo! multiverse, which includes a large number of anime series, manga series, light novels, and movies, most of which follow Tenchi Masaki. For…