The lads of Iwatobi Swim Club are gathered together for more friendship and fierce competition – and this season includes a new character for fans to ogl … errr … admire for his pec … personality.
Based on a popular BL game, the story follows Aoba, who decides to start investigating rumours of strange disappearances. His investigation leads him towards a virtual fighting game popular amongst teenagers.
Naru has always admired girls who are the “heroines” of their lives – her own life, however, is dreadfully normal. Until she has a moonlit encounter with Hannah, a transfer student. Together, they start a dancing club at their school.
Six friends. Their last summer as high-school students. They have the future to worry about, but Touka dreams of becoming a glass artisan. A slice of life filled with dreams, hopes and romance.
Years after a transfer seperated the two, Futaba and Kou meet again in high-school. However, and old misunderstanding still hovers between them, and Futaba wonders if things between them will ever be the same again. Because, along with having been childhood friends, Kou was also her first love.
Ghouls have taken to stalking the streets of Tokyo – devouring any humans they come across. Nobody knows where they came from. In the midst of all this, college student Ken bumps into a girl named Rize in a cafe he frequents – a meeting that will change his life.
A month after the events of the first season, Illya – now a full-fledged magical girl – is sent on a mission, but during that mission something unexpected occurs. If you want to know what, you’ll probably have to watch and see for yourself.
A hypergate discovered on the Moon allows mankind to travel to Mars and colonise the planet – but after some years the two planets find themselves at war with each other.