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Japanese Darling in the FranXX

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The story is set in the distant future. The land is ruined, and humanity establishes the mobile fort city Plantation. Pilots produced inside Plantation live in Mistilteinn, also know as the "birdcage." Children live there knowing nothing of the outside world or the freedom of the sky. Their lives consist of battling to carry out missions. Their enemies are mysterious giant lifeforms known as Kyouryuu, and the children pilot robots called FranXX to face off against them. For the children, riding the FranXX proves their existence.

A boy named Hiro is called Code:016, and he was once known as a prodigy. However, he has fallen behind, and his existence seems unnecessary. Not piloting a FranXX is the same as ceasing to exist. One day, a mysterious girl known as "Zero Two" appears before him. Two horns grow out of her head.

Japanese Planet With

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Souya Kuroi lives a peaceful life despite having no memories of his past.

But one day, the world ends up under attack by huge unidentified floating objects known as "Nebula Weapons" which soar the skies and cause panic. Soldiers are sent to stop them but they desert and run home to enjoy their family time.

7 heroes show up to fight the unknown threat, they fly up in the sky in a glow of light while enveloped in big robot frames.

Along with the cat-like Sensei and the gothic lolita girl Ginko, Souya is dragged into the fight, is this the time for Souya to join the heroes in a fight for humanity?
No, apparently he has to fight off the heroes now.

"I'm an ally to people I want to ally with. That's all!"

A new mecha series by Satoshi Mizukami - both as a manga and an anime.

Japanese Getter Robo Āḥ

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Set in a post-Apocalyptic Earth, Hayato Jin continues to lead the Saotome Research Institute after the events of Getter Robo Go. He has succeeded Professor Saotome's masterpiece prototype, the Shin Getter Robo, with a more stable creation: Getter Robo Arc.

Part of the Getter Robo series.

Japanese Darling in the FranXX! (4-koma)

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Official 4-koma manga of Darling in the FranXX.

Japanese Devilman Saga

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Set in 2025, a roboticist named Fudou Yuuki joins a project involving a large mural depicting humanity's true past as well as the ancient but advanced technology found in Antarctica.

Japanese Aoki Hagane no Arpeggio

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Suddenly, a fleet of ships with mysterious super-weapons called the "Fleet of Fog" appeared all around the world. Humanity didn't have the technology to fight such a fleet, so they were driven out of the sea...
Seventeen years after the battle, for some reason, Gunzou Chihaya and his crewmates aboard the I-401 and the personification (Mental Model) of the I-401, Iona, started fighting the Fleet of Fog...

Japanese Blue Gender

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A manga adaptation of the Blue Gender anime.

Japanese Buster Dress

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At the end of the 22nd century, the human race has created a new colony called Second Earth. After a mysterious terrorist attack, a unit made up of Buster Dress, an incredibly intelligent A.I. mech, have been deployed to investigate. Haruto Aoi, along with his BDD-223 Gunhawk embark on a journey to solve this mystery.

Japanese 86 — Eighty Six —

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The Republic of San Magnolia.

For a long time this country was attacked by its neighbor, the Empire, which created a series of unmanned military vehicles called the Legion. In response to the threat, the Republic successfully completes the development of similar technology and reflects the enemy's attack, having managed to do without casualties. But this is... the official version. In fact, there were victims. Outside of 85 districts of the Republic there was actually another one. "The non-existent 86th district." It was there that day and night continued the battles in which young men and women from the detachment known as Eighty-Six participated—they fought in drones...

Shinn directs the actions of young suicide bombers while on the battlefield. Lena is a "handler" who commands a detachment from a remote rear with the help of special communication.

The farewell story of the severe and sad struggle of these two begins!

Japanese Full Metal Panic! SURPLUS

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When an unknown Arm Slave surfaces somewhere in the Taiwan Strait near mainland China, MITHRIL orders Melissa Mao and her team to go into a divided Hong Kong to investigate the perpetrator of the unknown Arm Slave. As the team continues to check into the reports of the unknown Arm Slave, the culprit is believed to be a potential SRT recruit back from Sousuke's training days in Belize when he was not recruited by MITHRIL.

Japanese Beatless - Dystopia

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---I believe in that smile. Even if you don't have a soul---

2015 A.D. Japan

The humanoid android hiE became part of people's life and were handling the things human could and couldn't do.

Endou Arato, unlike his friends Kenko and Ryou who hate hiE, felt sympathy for hiE which are supposed to be just objects.

One night, Arato suddenly gets assaulted by mysterious falling cherry blossoms that make hiE and machines run amok.
Will the cornered Arato be saved by the mysterious hiE Lacia....

Japanese Toaru Kagaku no Accelerator

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A Certain Scientific Accelerator, which Accelerator is the main character. The events of the manga occur after his defeat at the hands of Kamijou Touma and the gunshot wound that he received at the hands of Amai Ao, though it is later revealed that the manga takes place prior to meeting Yomikawa Aiho.

Japanese Getter Robo Devolution: Uchuu Saigo no 3-punkan

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Three young pilots connected by the Getter Rays (Ryoma Nagare, Hayato Jin, and Musashi Tomoe) are recruited by Dr. Saotome to fight the Devolved beings appearing from spatial distortions using the only weapon that can face these monsters, the Getter Robo.

Part of the Getter Robo series.

Japanese Seigi Kenkyuukai Serenade

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In response to signs of an impending invasion by alien conquerors, five young people have undergone modification surgery in order to gain the strength to fight them off when they arrive...

...but there's been no sign of them since the initial warning message ten years ago.

So in the meantime, the hero of justice Serena and her teammate/lackey/punching bag Souya have been using their powers to protect the weak and destroy evil wherever it looms its head...

...and when they're not doing that, Serena's trying to pick up chicks. And Souya's fiddling around with his anime figures.

But with the sudden return of their childhood friend, things are in for a change...

...or maybe not.

Japanese Soukyuu no Ariadne

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The manga centers around a certain boy who lives alone away from people, but harbors a special dream. One day, he meets a lone girl, and the story begins as he becomes part of the girl's destiny.

Japanese Guilty Crown

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After the outbreak of the unidentified virus "Lost Christmas" in 2029, Japan has been under the control of a multi-nation organization called GHQ. Ohma Shu is a 17 year old boy who has a psychic power in his right hand. He can use the power "Ability of King" to extract tools or weapons from his friends. He has been avoiding making trouble for others but his life changes when he meets a girl Yuzuriha Inori, a member of a resistance guerrilla group called "Undertaker", whose members pilot mecha weapons to fight against the government.

Japanese Bullet Armors

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In this world there are mysterious machines known as TREMORS. The reason they came and who built them are still unknown.The most mysterious part of the tremors, however, would be their ability to continuously EVOLVE.
And in this world a boy is on a journey looking for his missing father.

Japanese Code Geass: Oz the Reflection

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The manga revolves around Aldrin Zevon, a girl in the Britannia Empire's anti-terrorist unit Glinda Knights who pilots the KMF Lancelot Grail. (The crest of the Glinda Knights indicates that the name is a reference to Glinda the Good Witch from the Oz novels.)

Japanese Yuusha-Ou GaoGaiGar FINAL the COMIC

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The official side-story manga accompanying the Yuusha-ou GaoGaiGar anime.

The first story, Wings of Light and Darkness, takes place between episodes 43 and 44 of the GaoGaiGar TV anime. In this three-chapter story, a bit of the backstory of Soldato J and Arma is revealed as they come into contact - and conflict! - with one of J's old comrades: the Black Soldato, J-013!

The second story, Evoluder Guy, takes place between the end of the GaoGaiGar TV series and the start of the GaoGaiGar FINAL OAV series. In its five chapters, witness the theft of the new Super Mechanoid - the Fighting King of Braves, GaoFighGar - by the underground global criminal organization, BioNet!

Japanese Kidou Ryodan Hachifukujin

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Follows new recruits in the army of Japan, in a war torn future. An eccentric girl, a pacifistic guy, an advanced suit of armor impervious to all weapons figure in a story about war, violence, and militaristic subservience.

Japanese Pluto

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Someone - or something - is destroying the seven most powerful robots in the world one after the other; brutally dismantling them without any provocation on their part. Gesicht, one of the seven and a detective for the European Federation, embarks on a mission to capture the killer...and confront the mysteries behind the vague but disturbing memories that keep haunting him in his dreams.

Won the 9th Japan Media Arts Award Excellence Prize in the Manga division.
Won the 9th Tezuka Osamu Cultural Award Grand Prize.
Won the Seiun Award for Best Comic of the Year in 2010.

Japanese Kyuukyoku Choujin R

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Harukaze High School's photography club is anything but normal. All the oddballs in the school seem to join. And the craziest one has just arrived...an android built to take over the world! Though he'd rather just have a bowl of rice.

Japanese Super Dimensional Fortress Macross - The First

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Remake of Macross.

Japanese Joshi Kouhei

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The future. The people that migrated to an alternate dimensional space, seeking a new world to live in, started an armed rebellion in order to declare independence from Earth. Thus, multi-dimensional war broke out with the United Army of Earth. The battlefronts spread, and the fight grew long. In their desire to break the deadlock, the United Army of Earth decided to launch a large-scale offensive, deploying to the front line vast amounts of "Assault Girls" -- new arms that would render all previous weaponry ineffective. Piloted by outcasts and criminals, the members of the The 13th Independent Assault Girl Hunting Platoon -- dubbed "The Hyena Platoon" -- are tasked with hunting down and destroying rogue Assault Girl pilots, who have succumbed to the corruption that eventually befalls all pilots.

Started as a oneshot in "A City of Honests and Heretics."

Japanese God Mazinger

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Japanese teen Yamato Hino is sucked through a time warp into the past, where the dinosaur army of the Dragonia Empire threatens the world, and Queen Aira of Mu needs Yamato to help her fight back with the aid of the stone-made guardian God Mazinger.

Japanese Esoragoto

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In Esora, a city built around a colossal radio tower, a young man -- Nishina Kazu -- tires of the unchanging everyday world that he captures on his video camera. One day, as he is video taping some abandoned buildings, there is suddenly an explosion and a girl called Mamiru Ai appears before him. This marks the beginning of the change from the ordinary that he had been hoping for...

Japanese The Seiten Wars Flieder Bug

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Energy crisis, scarcity of resources, etc. Leads to its only logical conclusion: war between east and west.

Japanese Toaru Kagaku no Railgun

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Welcome to a world where mysticism and science collide, and supernatural powers are derived from either science or religion. At the heart of this world is Academy City, an advanced metropolis whose population is comprised mostly of students The majority of students are enrolled in the city's "Power Curriculum Program," where they must learn to master their latent psychic powers. Out of several million students, only seven are deemed powerful enough to have Level 5 status.

Meet Mikoto Misaka, the third most powerful Level 5 ESPer in Academy City. Together with her best friends Kuroko Shirai and the other members of Judgment, a student-run law enforcement agency, Mikoto delves deep into the dark heart of the scientific sprawl she calls home, and uncovers secrets she wishes she hadn't!

Japanese Hakaima Sadamitsu

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Tsubaki Sadamitsu is a young punk and Leader of the Corpse Gang who, after a chance encounter with an alien robot, is forced to take up the task of capturing rukeitai (intergalactic criminals). His job is made harder with the appearance of the Vulture, a last ditch effort to keep the rukeitai under control.

Japanese Atom - The Beginning

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The manga tells the story of what happens up until the birth of Astro Boy and is considered an "episode zero" story.

Japanese Mecto Amore

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A pair of travelers come to a city in search of a time machine. What awaits them in a world where there are no humans, only robots!?

Chinese (Simp) The Last Summoner

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Japanese Examurai

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The year is 2718 by the Imperial Calendar, and ZIPANG (Japan) has crumbled in a huge battle against Majinki, terrors from the sky that are half beast and half machine. Hurting each other, warping their morals, unable to see a future, the people strive hard to survive each day. The war wiped out 70% of the human race, but amidst the darkness arose the seven members of the XILE Tribe to bring salvation to the race.

But now, 500 years later in 3218, the wicked shadows of the Majinki have once again crept up upon them. This is the story of EXAMURAI, that of the XILE Tribe, who will fight to the death to protect their love, dreams and happiness. Having survived for 500 years since the events of 2718, the final battle of the seven members of the XILE Tribe begins under this azure blue sky...

Japanese Full Metal Panic! Σ

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Following the Tuatha de Danaan's seajacking incident, things are back to normal at Jindai High School in Tokyo, or as normal as they get with Sousuke guarding Kaname. After finding out who betrayed Mithril and caused the seajacking incident, Kurz and Mao are sent on a top secret mission in order to capture and bring the traitor back.

However, Sousuke and Kaname's lives are about to change when they meet Leonard Testarossa, a high ranking member of a mysterious group named Amalgam. After their meeting, Leonard warns her that he would do anything to recruit her even if it means war in the streets of Tokyo.

Japanese Knights & Magic

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A mecha otaku is reincarnated into another world as Ernesti "Eru" Echevalier. In this magical world, the country is protected by knights who pilot a kind of large humanoid weapon known as the Silhouette Knights. Dreaming of piloting these robots, Eru and his childhood friends, Archid and Adeltrud Olter, study Magic and work toward their goal together.
The manga adaptation of the light novel series by the same name.

Japanese Bakumatsu Ibunroku - Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch

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A rather chibi version of the original Code Geass with a similar setting but in the Bakumatsu Era.

Japanese Suisei no Gargantia

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The story begins in the distant future in the far reaches of the galaxy. The Human Galactic Alliance has been constantly fighting for its survival against a grotesque race of beings called "Hidiaazu." During an intense battle, the young lieutenant Redo and his humanoid mobile weapon Chamber are swallowed up into a distortion of time and space. Waking from his artificially induced hibernation, Redo realizes that he has arrived on Earth, the planet on the lost frontier. On this planet that was completely flooded by the seas, people live in fleets of giant ships, salvaging relics from the seas' depths in order to survive. Redo arrives on one of the fleets called Gargantia. With no knowledge of the planet's history or culture, he is forced to live alongside Amy, a 15-year-old girl who serves as a messenger aboard the Gargantia fleet. To Redo, who has lived a life where he knows nothing but fighting, these days of peace continue to surprise him.

Adaptation of the 2013 anime produced by Production I.G.

Korean Doll Change

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A tournament using DOLL (humanoid robot suit) to be the last standing person.

Japanese Infinite Stratos

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Students are trained in the Infinite Stratos academy to pilot the weapon system (Infinite Stratos). Although it is believed that only females have the ability to operate the IS, there is one man who can. His name is Ichika Orimura.

Japanese Magma Taishi

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An evil dinosaur-wizard-alien named Goa plans to take over earth and get rid of all the humans living on it. Earth, the creator of earth, makes three "Rocketonians" to stop him: the golden giant Magma, his mostly absent throughout the whole series wife Mol, and their son Gamu, who is made in the image of the main character, Mamoru (a human boy).

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