This a romantic comedy about a girl named Rikka Takanashi and a boy named Yuuta Togashi. The main characters in the story are experiencing chunibyo , a mocking term for immature behavior of young teenagers in which they act out grand delusions, or pretend that they have magical powers such as those of anime characters. Chūnibyō (sometimes spelled 'chuunibyou'), is literally translated as "middle 2 syndrome" (middle [school] second [year] syndrome), which also goes by the short form 'chu2', and is often translated to English as "eight-grader syndrome".
Danganronpa: The Animation is an abridged adaptation of Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, the first game in the Danganronpa series. As in the game, the series follows Makoto Naegi, an average high school student who wins a nationwide lottery to attend the prestigious Hope's Peak High School, a school for teenagers who are at the peak of their chosen fields. Students with these extraordinary talents are awarded a special title, such as Sayaka Maizono, who is the Super High School-Level Idol, and are essentially guaranteed success in their future life, as graduates of the school are fast-tracked into high ranking careers. However, after stepping foot onto the school grounds it emerges that all is not as it seems when - after meeting the mysterious bear Monokuma - Makoto and his classmates learn that they are to be trapped in this school for the rest of their lives unless they meet his demands: they must kill another student and not get caught by their peers if they wish to leave. There are 2 other animes that connect to this first animation and the 2nd game!
Sophie, a hatter, is a responsible-yet-plain 18-year-old girl who goes to the bakery to visit her sister Lettie when she encounters by chance a mysterious wizard named Howl. This encounter arouses the evil Witch of the Waste, who later enters the hat shop and transforms Sophie into a 90-year-old woman. As the curse prevents her from telling anyone of her condition, Sophie decides to leave and seek out a cure.
The movie chronicles the emotional, social, and spiritual attributes that are manifested by a group of adolescent schoolmates in elementary school, especially as to how they relate to a hearing impaired girl that is introduced into their group. Each teen reacts to the newcomer in a different way, including many varied and negative reactions and outcomes. Shoya Ishida, a former delinquent bullies the deaf girl, Shoko Nishimiya, with his friends joining in. Finally, when Shoko is forced to transfer to another school after enduring a period of the most cruel bullying, all of Ishida's friends, as well as the teachers, blame him for bullying her into leaving. He is made the scapegoat, despite the varying levels of culpability that others have had in torturing her. This results in Ishida himself being bullied and ostracized well into high school. He comes to the conclusion that there is really no point in having friends. Having no plans for the future, Ishida even attempts suicide. But with redemption being offered, he learns sign language and unexpectedly reunites and befriends Shoko, who is still very lonely due to her hearing impairment and extreme shyness. By then, Shoko herself is contemplating suicide due to her own social and emotional problems. Presenting teenage companionship and social relationships in a frightening, yet compelling way, it is a movie showing the many facets of teenage friendship, pride, betrayal, ostracism, redemption, and genuine love.
Eight hundred years ago, the world was protected by Eight Shinigami Legions, a group of dedicated to to preserving the world order. Led by the Grim Reaper himself, the group faced a betrayal by Death's own apprentice, who became a kishin and wrecked havoc on the world with his powers of insanity. Forced to be sealed away by his own master, the group disbanded. The Grim Reaper then founded Death Weapon Meister Academy (also by the acronym "DWMA") to act in it's place. Students within the school, enrolled as either meisters (users of demon weapons) or demon weapons (humans who can transform into weapons), are educated and supervised at a young age to prevent the uprising of another kishin while upholding the responsibility of fighting against the forces of evil and the collection of souls of the deceased.
In a post-apocalyptic future, young pilots fight against giant monsters known as klaxosaurs using giant feminine robots known as FRANXX. Their identities are defined solely by their role as pilots, with no personal freedom or knowledge of the outside world beyond the "birdcage" of Mistilteinn or the mobile fortress of Plantation. When former prodigy Hiro becomes unable to pilot a FRANXX, he becomes filled with doubt and conflict about his own worth. That doubt and conflict changes to resolve when he meets a strange part-klaxosaur girl with horns on her head called Zero Two. Despite the risks of teaming up with a known "partner killer," Hiro becomes Zero Two's DARLING to fly a FRANXX again.