The story centers on “Chronos Rulers,” those who fight the time-eating demons that appear when people wish they could turn back time. The Chronos Rulers fight a time-manipulation battle against these demons. (Source)
Like many others, I would give this a 3 out of 5 stars. Read below to find out why.
This anime was an accidental find–and I don’t regret it one bit.
Princess Jellyfish is about an 18-year-old girl named Tsukimi (sounds like zucchini), who lives in Tokyo, Japan, and has a strong interest in everything about jellyfish. Tsukimi became inspired by them due to her late mother, who showed her the tenticly creatures in an aquarium when Tsukimi was a little girl. Living in an all-female dorm, whom all share the quality of being “otakus”, or nerds, she eventually meets a cross-dresser, where his true gender is only known by Tsukimi.
Out of 5 stars, I’d give this a 4. Read below to find out why.
I had some fun watching this one. In fact, I watched nearly 2 seasons of it–nearly.
A traveling mage named Lucy Heartfilia meets Natsu Dragneel, a mage searching for his foster parent that happens to be a dragon named Igneel. By Natsu’s side is a talking cat named Happy. Not long after their meeting, Lucy is abducted by Bora of Prominence, who posed as Salamander of Fairy Tail. She was to be sold as a slave when Natsu rescues her and reveals that he is the real Salamander of Fairy Tail–possessing a form of Lost Magic called Dragon Slayer. Natsu offers Lucy membership to the well-known Fairy Tail guild, by which she accepts without a second thought. Within the guild, Lucy, Natsu, and Happy are partnered up with Erza Scarlet, one of the strongest members of Fairy Tail, and Gray Fullbuster, an Ice-Mage. Together, they venture out on missions, performing duties depending on what adventure they partake.