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Thunderbirds meets Gundam meets Power Rangers/Super Sentai. That’s the aptest description I can think of for this series.

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Nijiiro Days

At first glance, one would think that this is a yaoi anime, but even without the “shounen-ai” tag, it’s not. It’s one of those rare romance anime where the main characters are the same gender, but the romance is heterosexual. When I first saw this anime, I thought probably the same thing as anyone else who was unfamiliar with this anime before it aired, “This is going to be another borderline-yaoi anime, is it?” Then, I read the description, and my curiosity was piqued. For that reason, I ended up watching it when it premiered, and I must say that it was a fun anime to watch.

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Hai to Gensou no Grimgar

The story follows a group of people trying to live in this unique video game world. It’s never addressed as such, but the rules still apply. There’s just one twist: people can die, and the six individuals are now tasked to live their life here. They grow as a group and they learn to cope with the challenges of life including poverty, ridicule and even death. There is also another thing, they can’t remember their previous lives or how they arrived in this fantasy world.

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Akagami no Shirayuki-hime 2nd Season

This world of Shirayuki’s is a strange one that doesn’t really fit into any expected genre despite its original shoujo audience. This is the continued story of a determined young woman with clear goals for the future. Themes of love and personal growths present as in a typical shoujo, but Shirayuki journey with Zen, Obi, Kiki and Mutsuhidi is full of adventure, suspense and political dancing both in the literal and metaphorical and comedy. As simple as this anime appears episode to episode, there’s a wealth of emotions and experiences to learn from.

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