If you’re going to be infiltrating an airship, I hope you brought your anti-gravity device. Oh, you did? Perfect. A parachute might still be recommended.
One hundred episodes. It’s really nothing for a Dragon Ball series if you look at its history, but it’s still quite a milestone. With some new and exciting super saiyans, there is still a bit of life here.
Would you go on an adventure to find answers, even if it meant you could never return? It’s a tough choice, but with the right friends to support you on your journey it doesn’t have to be so hard.
It’s time to take the spy games to the ballroom, as an unexpected team is formed between supposed enemies. But are the stakes really that high?
On the cusp of triple digits, the tournament of power is fully underway. With no shortage of fighters being eliminated, who will be the last one standing? I’m betting on Cabba.
Riko is determined as ever to dive to the deepest parts of the abyss in search of relics and beyond after the return of an ornate white whistle and some intriguing documents.
In an alternate steampunk version of early 20th century London, a group of female spies also happen to be students at a prestigious royal academy. The title gives it away – one of them is a princess!
It’s finally time to decide the fate of each universe, and one in particular doesn’t fare so well here.
If you didn’t know any better, you might think you’re watching movie. This beautiful series does not disappoint in its first installment.
Have you ever had a friend so stupid that you wanted to pile-drive them out of existence? There isn’t just an anime for that, there’s a whole genre of Japanese comedy!