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Spring 2011 Anime

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This is a list of anime series which aired between March and June of 2011, along with their Laconic description.

See Winter 2011 Anime for the previous season and Summer 2011 Anime for the following season.

TV Series:
  • Astarotte no Omocha!
    12 episodes, starting April 10.

    Based on the manga Lotte no Omocha!, a 10-year-old man-hating succubus princess must assemble a harem of men for health reasons. She attempts to use Loophole Abuse to get out of it, only to have her assistant actually manage to find a human male. Human male turns out to be a single father to a girl the same age as a the princess, and so is (mostly) above all the shenanigans. Hilarity Ensues.
  • Deadman Wonderland
    (forum thread)
    12 episodes, starting April 16

    A boy who allegedly slaughtered his whole class is sent to "Deadman Wonderland," where he must fight for survival at a horrible prison that doubles as an amusement park.
  • Dororon Enma-kun MeeraMera

    Enma-kun, the Prince of Hell, heads up a "demon patrol" with his friends Yuki-chan and Kappaeru, searching for and punishing wayward monsters.

    A remake of an older children's(?) show. Often called "Devilman for kids." A highly Ecchi, Puni Plush series.
  • Hen Zemi
    13 episodes, starting April 8.

    "Nanako Matsutaka is a normal university student, who happened to enroll in an Abnormal Physiology seminar. She tries to keep her mental state sound, but other abnormal classmates start to influence her personality..."

    MM! meets Seitokai Yakuindomo. Normal college girl accidentally gets signed up as part of a case study of perversions and sexual fetishes, except she's perfectly ordinary — at first.
  • Hyouge Mono
    39 episodes, starting April 7.

    Based on the manga by Yoshihiro Yamada, In the age of civil war, when the shadow of Nobunaga Oda was still cast over the land, the warlord Furuta Sasuke lost his soul to the tea ceremony. While war shook the world around him, he faced his own conflict between his desire for promotion and his love for his art.

    Animated by Bee Train.
  • Jewelpet Sunshine
    Airing from April 9th, for 52 episodes.

    The third season of Jewelpet is a High School comedy centered around a "class of lost causes" trying to graduate. Kanon Mizushirou and Ruby are Vitriolic Best Buds who try to win the affection of their classmate Mikage Shiraishi.
  • Kaiji 2: Hakairoku Hen

    More stories about a hardcore gambler who must win his way out of a large debt.
  • Moshidora

    A high-school girl studies Peter Drucker's management guide and uses it to help manage her baseball team to victory.
  • Seikon no Qwaser: Season 2

    More breast-sucking, chemistry-powered shōnen action that follows some time after the events of the first season.
  • Sket Dance
    (trailer) (forum thread)
    Starting April 7

    Like Gintama, but set in a modern-day high school as a goggles-wearing leader, a former "delinquent" girl and an otaku who never speaks directly help others out as part of their "Sket-dan" club.
  • Steins;Gate
    (trailer) (forum thread)
    24 episodes, starting April 6.

    A group of friends have developed a device to send text messages to the past. Now they are under threat from a secret organisation. It takes place in the same verse as Chaos;Head, and just like that one, it is also based on a Visual Novel.
  • Toriko

    A Kenshiro lookalike fights monsters in order to collect rare food ingredients, which he hopes to use to create the ultimate dinner. Based on the manga.
  • The World God Only Knows: Season 2

    A skilled gal-game player continues to pick up real-life women to save their souls.
  • X-Men

    With the X-Men having disbanded a year ago, Professor X gathers up the team once again to save a young mutant from a group of vicious transhumanists. The third of Madhouse's four Marvel anime adaptations.

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