Anime anthology. O Maidens in Your Savage Season (TV) O Make (movie) O Mundo Secreto de Arrietty (movie) O-bake no... Holly (TV) O-Hoshisama no Rail (movie) O-jii-san no Lamp (movie) Ō-sama no ...
Oshiete Hokusai!: The Animation (ONA) Oshiete! Galko-chan (TV) Oshōgatsu da yo! Doraemon (special) Ossu!! Karate Bu (OAV) Otoboku - Maidens Are Falling for Me! (TV) Otoboku - Maidens Are Falling for Me! (OAV) Otona nya Koi no Shikata ga Wakaranee! (TV) Our love has always been 10 centimeters apart. (TV) Ōya-san wa Shishunki! (TV) OZMAFIA!!
Due to the constantly changing lineups of streaming sites, this post no longer features a section about where you can stream these. Crunchyroll is a good resource for streaming anime, and Netflix and Hulu are constantly updating their anime selections.
Austria erit in orbe ultima ("Austria will be supreme in the world", sometimes incorrectly given as "Austria will be the last (surviving) in the world"). Austriae est imperare orbi universo ("It is Austria's destiny to rule the whole world").
Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, very sad things constantly happening
Take a millionaire like Bruce Wayne, put him in a giant robot, and then have him fight other huge robots. Also, bonus, the whole show is one big quest to solve the mystery of how every single person in the city lost their memories all at the same time. It's trippy and cool and definitely a weird, good time.
Take the coolest crime noir you've ever seen and put it in space. It's known for its gorgeous art and beautiful jazz-inspired soundtrack. There's a reason it's a modern classic.
An overachieving high school student gets a notebook that will kill anyone whose name is written in it. When he starts killing bad guys with it, let's just say things get out-of-hand real quick.
Oh boy, so FLCL is only six episodes long and let's be glad it's that short. An angsty teenager discovers that when he, uh, becomes aroused, giant monsters crawl out of his head and start to destroy the city. Luckily, he has a robot friend that helps him beat them. It's also not really about any of that. But it is. But not really.
Inglorious Basterds, Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark, Harry Potter (especially the later books), steampunk
Chronicles of Narnia, Percy Jackson and the Olympians, world-spanning adventures
Namiko Abe is a Japanese language teacher and translator, as well as a Japanese calligraphy expert. She has been a freelance writer for nearly 20 years.
If you want to see all 46 hiragana characters and hear the pronunciation for each, check out the hiragana audio chart as well as the handwritten hiragana chart for more symbols.