Alma Tandoji lives a lonely life. One day, Ruri Alba, a girl accompanied by her butler and maids, visits him. Knowing the power of Sacred Seven is latent within Alma, she asks him to lend her his powers. However, he refuses and drives her away since he injured many with his unusual strength in the past.
Meanwhile, a fiendish Dark Stone creature suddenly appears in this peaceful town in the Kanto region. Only Alma’s power of Sacred Seven can fight against it. But Alma just lets his power run amuck and things begin to get worse. Ruri raised her gemstone in order to release his true abilities, “My Soul…I give to you.”
With Ruri’s wishes engraved in it, will Alma be able to defeat the Dark Stone?
Sacred Seven streams Fridays at 8:00 a.m. EDT, and will be available in the US and Canada.
Freshman Kurogane Taito was always an ordinary, regular guy, except for a promise made to the beautiful vampire, Saitohimea nine years ago. However, when Taito is reunited back with Saitohmea, he and his group of friends are about to see their lives completely changed. Unbeknownst to them, their destinies were already woven and foretold in an ancient prophecy...
A Dark Rabbit has Seven Lives starts airing on July 8, 2011, and will be available in North and South America, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Africa and the Middle East.
Hugh inherits a musty old mansion, along with the entire book collection contained within, from his grandfather - a bibliomaniac who once traded half his lands in exchange for a copy of a rare book. The only condition was that he also inherit the "Archives of Dantalian."
Having arrived at the mansion to put his grandfather's possessions in order, Hugh meets a girl of 12 or 13 quietly reading amongst the tall piles of books in the basement.
She is dressed in jet-black, and wears a lock around her neck. Her name is Dalian, and she controls the gateway to the Archives of Dantalian, where the forbidden mystic books of demonic wisdom are kept...
The Mystic Archives of Dantalian will be available in North and South America, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Africa, and the Middle East.