4. Love Live! School Idol Project
Otonokizaka High School is in a crisis! With the number of enrolling students dropping lower and lower every year, the school is set to shut down after its current first years’ graduate. However, second-year Honoka Kousaka refuses to let it go without a fight.
3. Puella Magi Madoka Magica
Madoka Kaname and Sayaka Miki are regular middle school girls with regular lives, but all that changes when they encounter Kyuubey, a cat-like magical familiar, and Homura Akemi, the new transfer student. This is one of the most highly rated anime, and with just 12 episodes, you should watch it.
2. Tiger and Bunny: Rising
Another one from the Tiger and Bunny series. The film revolves around a mystery that happens on the day of the “Justice Day” festival that celebrates Sternbild’s legendary goddess. The plot revolves around Kotetsu and Barnaby, when have become part of the Second League to train new heroes. However, the Second League heroes are widely unsuccessful in their tasks, as Barnaby is the only one able to bring petty criminals to justice. As Kotetsu express his doubts of doing hero work while his Hundred Power is declining, the Second League is also in trouble as the ongoing losses are forcing Apollon Media to consider cutbacks.
1. Tiger and Bunny
In Stern Bild City, those with special abilities are called “NEXT,” and can use their powers for good or bad. The anime is pretty good, aired back in 2011, and has 25 episodes. This series is produced by Sunrise under the direction of Keiichi Satou. The screenplay was written by Masafumi Nishida, with original character design by Masakazu Katsura. The series began its broadcast run in Japan on April 3, 2011, on Tokyo MX, followed by rebroadcasts on BS11 and MBS, and ended on September 17, 2011.Viz Media is also simulcasting the series, streaming on Hulu and Anime News Network.
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