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Captain Tsubasa Season 2: Junior Youth-hen

Studio Kai
39 episodes · TV Ongoing Captain Tsubasa: Junior Youth Arc, キャプテン翼シーズン2 ジュニアユース編
7.39

The second season of Captain Tsubasa (2018).

Megumi no Daigo: Kyuukoku no Orange

Brain's Base
24 episodes · TV Ongoing Firefighter Daigo: Rescuer in Orange, め組の大吾 救国のオレンジ
6.61

In Tokyo Fire Department's Fire Academy, a talented new rookie is excelling in the strict and grueling rescue training. With high proficiency in both physical and mental categories, Daigo Toake is envied by one of his peers, Shun Onoda. Despite feeling a growing sense of rivalry, Shun recognizes that a part of his jealousy stems from his admiration for Daigo, and that they will eventually work together for the same noble goal of rescuing people.

At the same time, Yuki Nakamura is the only woman among the current batch of recruits. She believes that she will not be outclassed in this male-dominated profession. As the fates of the three newbies intertwine, they may soon realize that the intensity of a real disaster is nowhere near what they have experienced in training. Even so, the heroes in orange will always shine brighter than any fire, saving those in need.

[Written by MAL Rewrite]

Ragna Crimson

SILVER LINK.
24 episodes · TV Ongoing ラグナクリムゾン
7.50

In a world where dragons rule sky, sea, and land, those who would fight them and win must surpass the limits of normal human strength. Set on victory at any cost, dragon hunter Ragna joins forces with the mysterious Crimson. Crimson's motivations may be obscure, but their goal is the same: to destroy the dragon monarchs.

(Source: Square Enix)

Shangri-La Frontier: Kusoge Hunter, Kamige ni Idoman to su

C2C
25 episodes · TV Ongoing Shangri-La Frontier, Shangri-La Frontier: Crappy Game Hunter Challenges God-Tier Game, Shanfro, シャングリラ・フロンティア~クソゲーハンター、神ゲーに挑まんとす~
7.99

High school student Rakurou Hizutome has a peculiar hobby of playing poorly made games—ones that are unbalanced or are filled with so many bugs that make them borderline unplayable. The few who share his hobby might recognize him by his in-game name, Sunraku. For his next game, Rakurou is recommended Shangri-La Frontier, a popular and well-received virtual reality game as a breather from the terrible games he has been playing recently.

Once he boots up the game, Rakurou decides to sell off most of his starting gear to gain extra money, leaving himself with only a pair of boxers, a bird mask, and some weapons. He is instantly hooked as he meticulously levels up his avatar. However, after encountering some intimidating monsters, he realizes that he may have underestimated the challenge that a mainstream game can offer. As Rakurou progresses, he must draw on all the skills he has perfected from his previous gaming experience. Before long, Sunraku's eccentric playstyle takes Shangri-La Frontier by storm.

[Written by MAL Rewrite]