Afro Samurai (voiced by Academy Award® nominated Samuel L. Jackson) is an epic tale of a black samurai s hunt for Justice (voiced by Ron Perlman: Hellboy, Alien Resurrection ) who murdered his father. With music score by The RZA (Kill Bill, Wu Tang Clan) Afro Samurai blends traditional Japanese culture funky technology and hip hop to create a brutally fresh entertainment experience.
The train is pulling in and the mobsters and monsters are ready to settle the score. But this ain't about revenge or pride but the ins and outs of living forever. This is about sticking up for the guys that do you right and the gals that love you good. How's about we start at the end of the story, where a ruthless alchemist is gonna get his after a couple of centuries of shady soul eating. It's as good a start as any for a story that never ends.
What's better than earning money? Making it! Revy teams up with sister Eda to save a brilliant counterfeiter from getting wasted. Of course they care less about her and more about the money they stand to gain for getting her to safety! Later, Rock makes a return trip to Japan with Revy as his escort and bodyguard. Japan hasn't changed but Rock is fundamentally different after a year aboard the Black Lagoon.
Legend tells of a secret army, the Amen Osa, the phantom masters. Warriors waiting to strike from the shadows to protect justice and defend the Empire. But Jushin has fallen, and its citizens live in fear of zombies, beasts and sadists. Now a hero appears to defend the people. His name is unknown, and no man knows who serves. Is he the last of the Amen Osa? The answer will be revealed when the blade of the phantom master is unleashed.
In an ancient time when commoners live in fear of the Yoma, shape shifting demons that hide among people and feed on their innards, the legendary female warriors known as Claymore are the only savior. Engineered as half human, half Yoma, Claymore are swords for hire that hunt and kill full-bred Yoma.
Assassins and spies known as Contractors wield bizarre supernatural powers to carry out the dirty work of others. One is more mysterious than the rest: the masked killer BK201, the Black Reaper. He himself mired in a clash between many factions. The fate of his kind hangs in the balance, and the final act of war is being prepared. The Black Reaper will have to face the fact that his most hated rival could be his only hope.
The domed city of Romdo is an impenetrable utopia where humans and robots coexist, and everything is under government control, or so it appears. While working on a murder case, Re-I Meye, a female detective from the Intelligence Bureau, receive a foreboding message that something is going to "awaken." That night, she's attacked by a deformed super-being& what was this unidentified monster, and who was the figure that came in between them?
In a magical land where two moons shine in the night sky, one young student in the magic school, Louise, has acquired the nickname of "Zero." Why? Her "zero" talent! With a near-perfect failure rate for her spells, the shock that Louise's summoning spell works equals the surprise of her new familiar, a human boy from Japan! When the boy begins exhibiting some unexpected abilities, why do the teachers get so nervous?
As children, brothers Edward and Alphonse used the clandestine science of Alchemy to try the unthinkable: resurrect their dead mother. They failed, unleashing an alchemic reaction that ripped their bodies apart. Four years later, Ed and Al are combing the country for a rumored stone that could amplify their alchemy and bring their bodies back to normal. And it appears they may have found it - in a strangely prosperous desert village.
Born into an aristocratic family in Paris, Albert sets out on a journey with his best friend, Franz, to escape his privileged yet dull life. They travel to Luna, which is on the surface of the moon, and meet a very wealthy man named The Count of Monte Cristo. Becoming completely fascinated with The Count's mysterious charm, Albert welcomes him into Paris high society. But soon Albert will discover the Count's true motive - revenge...