The Emperor Is A Gay
"I'm really not silly!" The new emperor felt it necessary to justify himself! But no one believed it. "I am the Son of Heaven. It should be whatever beauty is available at my fingertips. Yet why I feel a little lonely..." He murmured. That is the reason that he starts his way to hook up beauties all the time... Note: "Beauty" is widely used for praising the appearance of both men and women in ancient China
He's Not Into Me
"Every month, the Duke I serve needs to drink...blood! What do I do?" By a twist of fate, Su Li, a cunning young girl, was bought by the cold, proud Duke as a cure to his lust for human blood. Set in the most terrifying estate in the capital, witness a hilarious performance of love and hate.
The Super Book of Death
High school student Li Gaolou discovers the Book of Life and Death in his school bag one day. The Book can change his fate. Saving a damsel in distress, making a fortune, becoming powerful… Things he'd never dreamed before are now possible!
Action Comedy Parody
This is the Animation Store Manager!! Anizawa Meito is the blazing store manager. He is a fireball who loves animation merchandise at heart. He takes over the dying wish of the former store manager, though still alive, who was attacked by the rival store and becomes a "store manager" of newly opened animation goods specialty store, Animate. The scarlet, "store manager visor" is his trademark. (Source: AniDB)
D'Artagnan leaves his hometown of Gascogne for Paris in order to join the King's Musketeers or the Guards of the Cardinal. At his arrival, he went into an argument with Athos, Porthos and Aramis and provokes them into a duel. At the time of the duel, they were interrupted by the Guards of the Cardinal who are enforcing the King's decree banning duels. Afterwards, D'Artagnan and company became friends and adopted the motto, "all for one, and one for all". (Source: Wikipedia)
Japanese animation—the globally acclaimed, family-friendly theatrical features are the exception rather than the rule for a TV-oriented industry that has been pushed into late-night slots in an era of fragmented audiences. When only three titles among fifty might turn a profit, topping the charts is hardly an overambitious aim. Yet as three women, a producer, a director, and an animator, survive in a business infamous for its murderous schedules, demoralizing compromises, and incorrigible men, moments of uplift emerge against all odds—and how. More than just a window into an entertainment niche, here’s a kickass ode to work. (Source: Vertical Inc.)
TV Anime: Sengoku Basara Ni
Based on the Sengoku Basara and Mini-Sengoku asara anime from the CAPCOM video games. Comic strips that tells the adventures of the chibi version of the Sengoku era warlords.
Anime Prison School wo Tsukutta Otoko-tachi
Hanamura's manga charts how the anime Prison School came together under the helm of director "Crazy Boy" Tsutomu Mizushima, and shows the production committee's raucous discussions over important details like the color of Meiko's panties or the sound effects in Gakuto's defecation scene. The anime's main voice actors—Hiroshi Kamiya, Katsuyuki Konishi, Kenichi Suzumura, Daisuke Namikawa, and Kazuyuki Okitsu—also play supporting roles. (Source: ANN)