With the ruckus of the kidnappers and the highway chase over, Miyuki and Natsumi return to the Bokuto Station, only to be reprimanded (naturally) by their section chief, Kachou.
Mizuki falls asleep on the breakfast table, as a result of staying up all night studying for a test on kanji.
Something is weird today. Something not quite right. Aria-shachou, asa desuyo…
The Chinese-influenced action show Juushin Enbu (獣神演武 -HERO TALES-) brings us pretend incest every Sunday night at 26:00 JST on TV Tokyo.
In a desert landscape, a girl named Priecia and a guy named Hyaweh talk about the upcoming battle while the rest of their party sleeps.
It’s early spring, and with the sakura in full bloom, a mature yet youthful girl walks out of the train station and is met with a nostalgic view: the town in which she grew up in, not having visited in quite some time.
The series start off with what appears to be a direct continuation of the show’s second season – that is, Miyuki ending her LAPD exchange program and Natsumi completing her special training with the Self Defense Forces of Japan.
Enter Ninomiya-kun – not your typical harem lead, as we find out from the get go that he’s better at kickin’ bear ass than Ikuto, has a crazy/hot onee-san who dresses like the chick from The Third, and is somehow the target of abuse from every other student at his school.
Energetic and cheerful, Mizuki (voiced by Mizuki Nana wanders around the vast countryside fields in search for nadesico(as in carnations, not the battleship!).
As an attempt to put a new spin on the mystery genre by mixing it with monster battles, Neuro (魔人探偵脳噛ネウロ) will be here to entertain us on Tuesdays at 25:29 JST on NTV.