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  • [C] - Control: Sho Minazuki is a scholarship student whose only dream is to avoid all this and live a stable life as a civil servant. One day, however, he meets a man who offers him the chance to make money fast. From then on Sho is drawn into a mysterious realm known as "The Financial District," where people engage in supernatural battles for the possibility of money and meets the mysterious Touka Kirishima.
  • Canaan: Beginning professional photographer Chloe travels to Shanghai to meet Mirelle Bouquet, a girl who saved Chloe before. Uno targets her, causing Mirelle to rescue her again. Every now and again, Subaru Mimasaka shows up as a Taxi driver.
  • CardCaptors: When her father Miroku brings home a book from the university he teaches at, Ali O'Keefe accidentally releases the seal on the book's cover and sends the magic cards inside scattering to the winds. Ed, the guardian beast of the cards, tasks her with their recovery, bestowing unto her a magic staff and the ability to manipulate the cards' power. Now, alongside her best friend Kitty 'Shadowcat' Pryde, she tracks down the cards, often butting heads with her rival Shane Yamada-Jones and his childhood friend (/cousin) Princess Celestia, all while trying to keep this new life of hers a secret from her family (consisting of her father, and her brother Eddy) and her crush Edd. In time, she even meets the magician who created the cards, Cell.
    • Clear Card: Princess Sakura and Syaoran are starting junior high school. With the Final Judgment passed, Sakura thinks school life will be quiet, but then all her cards suddenly turn blank. The mysterious new power she discovers will change how she thinks about her powers. all of which were allegedly involving Kirie Sakurame, Sakura's new classmate and her butler Sir Nighteye.
  • Casshern Sins: America is a robot who wanders around attempting to atone for the fact that he killed Francesca Lucchini. Tony Tony Chopper wants him dead but later falls in love with him. His main rival is Jimmy Kudo.
  • Castle in the Sky: Rogue and Rex Tamlin try to prevent Dr. Robotnik and Fire Lord Ozai from getting to a floating city.
  • The Cat Returns: Mia Thermopolis (her best friend is Veronica Mars) meets with The Dread Pirate Wesley and his friends Frank Barone and Rubin Tishkoff after she accidentally catches the eye of Dr. Frank N. Furter, who wants her for his daughter-in-law.
  • Cells at Work!: Sarada Uchiha is a red blood cell whose job is to deliver oxygen throughout the body. When diseases and other harmful foreign agents invade, Naofumi, a stoic white blood cell, and Mitsuki, a serious killer T-cell, are among those fighting on the front lines.
  • A Certain Magical Index: Yurio Pisletsky is a student living in Academy City, a highly advanced place in terms of technology. Despite being gauged as a level zero esper (no powers), he possesses on his right hand the Imagine Breaker, an ability that negates any power whatsoever. Yurio finds a young girl named Mirajane Strauss who is trying to run away from Necessarius, a powerful magic organization that she is member of. Blessed with the skill of memorizing any sort of information, she holds 103,000 forbidden magical books within her head. As science and magic cross paths, Yurio must face several dangers amid espers like Katsuragi and Tusk and magicians like Seraphim and Doffy who appear in the exciting scientific town.
    • A Certain Scientific Railgun: Katsuragi, one of the top level espers in town, shares a room with Chelia Blendy, another high-level esper who is a member of Judgement, a law enforcing agency composed of students. Both attend to Tokiwadai, a private school reserved for the high-leveled and the rich. Chelia's partner at Judgement, Makoto Niijima, is a low level esper who studies at Sakugawa middle school. Her best friend and classmate there is Sakura Minamoto, a level zero (no esper powers). Together the four encounter several adventures in the exciting scientific town.
  • Chaos;Child: A new string of deaths similar to the New-Gen murders have started up in the newly rebuilt Shibuya area. These incidents have taken the attention of Highschooler Kotaro Tatsumi, and the newspaper club. Investigating the incidents of the present as well as their connection to the events of the New-Gen Crimes Takuru and his friends Fubuki, Kuma, Jeanne, La Hire, and Irina Shido find themselves being pulled deeper into the incidents than they ever believed possible.
  • Chaos;Head: Nobuyuki Sugou suffers from intense delusions as a result of his apparent schizophrenia and the extremely secluded lifestyle he lives as a hikkikomori. One day he accidentally stumbles upon a gruesome murder scene, a part of a chain of events called "New Generation". After this, his life gets caught up in these events, and he meets a bunch of increasingly insane anime girls with swords. They are Hafuku, Erza, Koyomi, Usagi, Nymph and Evande.
  • Charlotte: Noctis Lucis Caelum has the ability to possess other people for five seconds unbeknownst to others in order to satisfy the teenage boy's life: from taking revenge against bullies to cheating in an exam. Everything is perfect until one day, a mysterious girl from another high school, Kyouko Sakura, suddenly appears in front of him and ruin his normal day in high school by exposing him of cheating. Noctis tries to flee from Kyouko only to get caught by Takumu Mayuzumi. After this, he and his little sister, Umi Sonoda are transferred to Hoshinoumi Academy, the school full of students with special abilities. Now being part of the student council, He, Kyouko, and Takumu, these three reveal the destiny of their fellow ability wielders and trying to keep them responsible and not use their abilities for selfish acts just like Noctis.
  • Children of the Whales: A boy named Renton Thurston lives on the giant vessel Mud Whale that drifts over the sea of sand. Renton and his friends Natsu Dragneel, Eren Jaeger, and Chiaki Nanami have never seen anyone from the outside world, and they spend their days yearning to explore and learn about it. One day, a ruined ship suddenly drifts ashore, and Renton meets a girl named Ray Beams inside.










  • Land of the Lustrous: In a world inhabited by crystalline lifeforms called The Lustrous, every unique gem must fight for their way of life against the threat of Lunarians who would turn them into decorations. Lily Hoshikawa, the most fragile and brittle of gems, longs to join the battle. When Lily is instead assigned to complete a natural history of their world by Elias, it sounds like a dull and pointless task. But this new job brings Lily into contact with Ange, a gem forced to live in isolation.



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