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M.S.C (20)
Within Cardia Beckford's hazy memories, she can recall her father Isaac and the home where she lives alone, feared as a monster by the townsfolk—for in her body, she carries a deadly substance. Embedded in her chest by her father, the eternally beating heart—also known as Horologium—has the capability to produce infinite power. However, it also makes her skin destroy anything it touches. Many in London seek the Horologium, including the terrorist organization Twilight, with whom Isaac is rumored to have close ties. To obtain the Horologium's power, the British military forces Cardia to leave her home as their prisoner. But on the road, she is whisked away by the gentleman thief Arsène Lupin, who says he will steal her heart. Joining Lupin and his companions, Cardia begins a journey to discover the truth behind Isaac's connection with Twilight, her missing memories, and the Horologium within her chest. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Themes:
HaremHistoricalMilitary

Demographic:
Josei

Licensor:
Funimation

TV - Oct 7, 2017, 20:00 (JST)
72,258 6.65
Ryouma Echizen is one of 50 nationally ranked middle school tennis players to receive an invitation for the Japan U-17 tennis training camp. Previously open only to high school players, the exclusive regiment trains the best players in the country for the upcoming U-17 World Cup. The high schoolers are not pleased that these middle schoolers are allowed into the camp, but the middle schoolers easily overwhelm them before they are halted by the coaches. The rules of the camp are soon explained: the players are split into one of 16 courts based on skill, with the best players occupying Court 1. Players move up and down courts based on "shuffle matches" that occur before practice begins each day. In anticipation of a game, the middle schoolers are asked to pair up with one another, only to find out that they would not be playing doubles with their partners. Instead, they are pitted against each other in a tiebreaker-style game. The winner of the match would be allowed to stay to further develop their skills whereas the loser would be sent home. For the sake of tennis, friendships and camaraderie are all put on the line. As the fierce competition between the middle and high schoolers persists, the situations they find themselves in goes deeper than just playing to remain in the camp. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Demographic:
Shounen

TV - Jan 5, 2012
53,771 7.55
Freshman tennis prodigy Ryouma Echizen and the Seishun Academy Boys' Tennis Team have finally reached the National Tournament, eager to fight for the championship title and claim it as their own. Seishun's first match is against Higa Middle School, the Okinawa-based team labeled as the "dark horse" of the tournament. After watching Higa defeat their first round of opponents using dirty tactics, the Seishun team is determined to show them the value of a fair, hard-earned victory. Awaiting the winners of the matchup in the quarterfinals is one of Seishun's old rivals: Hyoutei Academy, who are determined to restore their pride after the events at the Kanto Regionals. Hyoutei seeks to prove to everyone that they deserve to be at the Nationals despite only qualifying through a special invitation. Tennis no Ouji-sama: Zenkoku Taikai-hen covers the beginning of the long-awaited National Tournament as Ryouma and the Seishun team meet foes of past and present, each with their own unique ideals on how tennis should be played! [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Demographic:
Shounen

OVA - Mar 24, 2006
41,200 7.92
The National Tournament continues for Ryouma Echizen and the Seishun Academy Boys' Tennis Team as they face off against last year's semifinalist, Shitenhouji Middle School. As winners of the Kansai Regionals, Shitenhouji is one of the top contenders to win this year's tournament. What's more, each member of the Shitenhouji team has skills that are said to surpass their Seishun counterparts. Shitenhouji also has Kintarou Tooyama, another "super rookie" who rivals Ryouma in strength and technique. Seishun will have to push the limits of their abilities to stand a chance at defeating the Kansai champions in this East versus West matchup. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
OVA - Jun 22, 2007
33,482 7.92
After their victory over Shitenhouji Middle School in the semifinals, Ryouma Echizen and the Seishun Academy Boys Tennis Team must now face off against the two-time defending champions of Rikkai University-Affiliated Middle School in order to claim the national title. Rikkai is not only seeking revenge for its team's previous loss to Seishun at the Kanto Regional Tournament, but they also are aiming to win the national title for a third consecutive year. In the conclusion of Tennis no Ouji-sama, the titular "Prince of Tennis" is pitted against the "Child of God" in a head-to-head battle for the national championship title. Along the way, Ryouma must teach his opponents and teammates that there is more to tennis than winning. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Theme:
School

Demographic:
Shounen

OVA - Apr 25, 2008
32,597 7.99
Drugs have become the center of conflict in Japan, and crime involving them has been increasing at an alarming rate. Unable to control the chaos, the police department settled on creating a unit—STAND—that would include unique, specialized experts and professionals better suited to handle the pressing issue. Rei Izumi is a novice joining the narcotics investigation unit, assigned the daunting task of recruiting the potential representatives of STAND. While recommended for her moral sense of justice and devotion to police work, Rei also has a unique aspect of her own that may have earned her the job—she has an immunity to many, if not most, kinds of drugs. Eager to seek the possible members of STAND, Rei quickly learns that scouting the different individuals will be more difficult than she expected, as each candidate harbors their own feelings, ideologies, and willingness toward joining the team and regulating drugs as a whole. Her capability as a narcotics officer is also questioned by the many colorful personalities she meets, stirring conflict and unpredictability in Rei's daily life. However, persuading the various contenders for STAND isn't the only obstacle she faces, as becoming involved in the treacherous underworld of drugs, overflowing with deceit and secrecy, will be more hazardous than she ever imagined. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Licensor:
Funimation

TV - Oct 7, 2019, 23:00 (JST)
21,438 5.72
After a month abroad, the Foreign Expedition Team has returned to the Japan U-17 training camp. The group consists of 20 players, each with strength and technique that far surpasses those who occupy the camp's top court. In anticipation of the team's arrival, the coaches announce that 20 of the best players would be selected for further training. Tension begins to rise when only high school students are chosen to participate, but the middle school students challenge the players who possess the 11th to 20th positions to steal their places. With the delayed appearance of the "Genius 10," the middle school students begin scheming among themselves to claim those spots as well. Unlikely pairings start to work together, combining their efforts to defeat the top 10 players of the country. It is a battle of wits, deception, and skill—all for the privilege of representing Japan at the U-17 World Cup. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Demographic:
Shounen

OVA - Oct 29, 2014
14,530 7.62
Naniwa no Ouji-sama: Zenpen (The Prince of Naniwa: First Act) Following Nationals, the Seishun Academy Boys' Tennis Team are invited to Osaka by Shitenhouji Middle School to play practice games against each other. However, the two teams end up fooling around more than playing tennis with a surprise encounter from Higa Middle School's tennis team, who have been left stranded in Osaka by their coach. When asked about the reason for accepting the invitation, Seishun's captain, Kunimitsu Tezuka, hints that there is an ulterior motive behind the meeting of the two schools. Fuun Shounen Atobe (Turbulence: The Young Atobe) On the first day of school at Hyoutei Academy, the freshman class representative, Keigo Atobe, declares himself "King'' of the school and donates his family's wealth to fund new facilities. Setting his sights on the school's tennis club, he plans to make himself the captain after overthrowing its current hierarchy by defeating all of the team's regulars. Atobe's arrogant personality rubs Ryou Shishido and Gakuto Mukahi the wrong way and the two decide to challenge him, refusing to accept him as the team's new leader. But the two quickly learn that the kid who is all talk also happens to have the skills to back it up. Naniwa no Ouji-sama: Kouhen (The Prince of Naniwa: Second Act) Tezuka places the second years, Kaoru Kaidou and Takeshi Momoshiro, in charge of creating a lineup for the Shitenhouji practice matches. Struggling to pick worthy club members, Kaidou and Momoshiro begin to lash out against their fellow teammates. After being told to cool off, the two begin to search for the meaning behind Tezuka asking them to take on such an important responsibility. Rikkai Retsuden: Ouja ni Idomu Hangyakuji (The Trials of Rikkai: A Rebel Who Challenges an Emperor) In his first year at Rikkai University-Affiliated Middle School, Akaya Kirihara boldly proclaims that he will join the tennis team that won last year's national tournament and become Japan's #1 tennis player. When he single-handedly defeats the team's third years, he mistakenly believes that the group is weaker than they were reported to be. Kirihara soon learns that the reason Rikkai won last year's national championship was due to the "Big Three" and quickly finds himself losing without them breaking a sweat. Angered and humiliated by his loss, he begins to train hard by himself in order to challenge them again. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Theme:
School

Demographic:
Shounen

OVA - May 26, 2009
13,866 7.64
Shouhei Zenya (The Night Before The Invitation) Prior to the U-17 training camp invitations, the middle schoolers spend their last few days of leisure relaxing and goofing off with each other. Kami no Ko vs Koutei (Child of God vs. Emperor) The tiebreaker-style elimination match between Rikkai University-Affiliated Middle School's Seiichi Yukimura and Genichirou Sanada pits two of the "Three Demons'' against each other. As the two fight to stay in the camp, the history between the "Child of God" and the "Emperor'' is revealed. Densetsu wo Tsugusha-tachi (The One That Stands On Top) In the next set of tiebreaker-style elimination matches, Shitenhouji Middle School's Kenya Oshitari and Kuranosuke Shiraishi must face off. As both players have been harboring heavy feelings since the Nationals one year prior, they decide to settle it in this high-stakes match. Shousha no Imi (What it Means to be a Winner) Following the elimination matches, the winners are treated to a luxurious experience after a brutal training session. Some of the middle schoolers contend with each other over the point of the camp now that the losers are gone. They decide to settle their disagreements in the most appropriate way possible: by playing table tennis. Otoko-tachi no Kizuna (Bonds Between Men) After Hyoutei Academy's Choutarou Ootori loses his first court shuffle match, he becomes disheartened and begins to question if he deserves to stay in the camp. Rikkai's Bunta Marui decides to give him some advice to help him overcome his defeat. Tenshi to Seijo (Angel and Bible) The court shuffle matches between Courts 3 and 5 pairs Rikkai's Akaya Kirihara and Shitenhouji's Kuranosuke Shiraishi together. As the game grows progressively more difficult, Kirihara becomes agitated by their opponents. Remembering a promise he made to Kirihara's teammate, Shiraishi must prevent the young boy from losing control of his temper at all costs. Himitsu no Ouji-sama (Prince of Secrets) The middle schoolers become restless and irritated when the camp's food supply begins to run low from a harsh storm. Seishun Academy's Satoshi Horio must deliver a bag to his teammate, Ryouma Echizen, but the angry middle schoolers start to believe that he is hiding food from them. In an attempt to claim the bag's contents, they all begin to fight each other as Horio tries to outsmart and run past them. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Demographic:
Shounen

Special - Apr 20, 2012
10,190 7.52
Following the Nationals, Seishun Academy receives an invitation to participate in a junior tennis tournament at Wimbledon. In England, Ryouma Echizen and his teammates are joined by their rivals from Hyoutei Academy, Shitenhouji Middle School, and Rikkai University-Affiliated Middle School, who have also been invited to this special event. One evening before the start of the tournament, some of the players are attacked by a group of thugs, leaving them hospitalized with injuries. The only evidence distinguishing the assailants is a silver ring that each member wears on their hand and that their leader's name is Keith. In an effort to stop the gang, the middle school students convene to discuss their options but are interrupted by Ling Xiu, the person who saved Ryouma the night before. Xiu identifies himself as a former member of Clack—a band of tennis players banned from official competition due to their violent playstyles and conduct. The students are warned to stay out of the affairs of Clack as they cannot hope to win against their tennis style. Frustrated by the situation, Ryouma sneaks out with Xiu to confront Keith and the other members of Clack with the intent to take them down single-handedly. Knowing Xiu's true objective, Ryouma is now more determined than ever to defeat Keith to save the latter from himself. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Theme:
School

Demographic:
Shounen

Movie - Sep 3, 2011
9,899 7.46
Tanjou! Buchou Shiraishi Kuranosuke (The New Captain, Kuranosuke Shiraishi) In order to maintain club status at Shitenhouji Middle School, the coach of the tennis team orders that new members must be recruited or else they will not be able to participate in any tournament for the year. The team begins to target a freshman named Hikaru Zaizen, who has yet to join any club. Due to his indifference to jokes in a campus centered around comedy, Zaizen stands out from the rest of the student body. Determined to meet their quota, the tennis team makes it their goal to recruit Zaizen into the club and make him laugh at the same time, which proves to be a more difficult affair than they realize. Seishun Gakuen Nanafushigi (Seishun Academy's Seven Mysteries) It is said that there are seven legendary mysteries at Seishun Academy. When Takeshi Momoshiro begins to retell these tales to the first years of the tennis club, the third years promptly leave the club room in a hurry. When asked about their strange behavior, Shuusuke Fuji confides in them a string of incidents from their first year that are related to these stories. Kyuushuu Nitsubasa (The Two Wings of Kyushu) At the West Japan Tennis Tournament, the Shitenhouji Middle School tennis team runs into Kippei Tachibana and Senri Chitose—the doubles pair known colloquially as the "Two Wings of Kyushu." Coincidentally, Shitenhouji's first-round opponents at the competition are on the same team as Tachibana and Chitose. When Kuranosuke Shiraishi and Kenya Oshitari end up playing against the two, the history between the legendary doubles pair begins to unravel. Jirou no Mezame (Jirou's Awakening) The regulars on the Hyoutei Academy Tennis Team are annoyed at how much one of their members, Jirou Akutagawa, sleeps during their practices. One day, Gakuto Mukahi and Yuushi Oshitari decide to follow Jirou around to see what could be causing their teammate immense fatigue. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Demographic:
Shounen

OVA - Aug 26, 2011
9,628 7.51
It has been a month since London was struck with tragedy, and a ceremony symbolizing peace and restoration will soon be held. In light of these events, Arsène Lupin plans to throw a party for Cardia Beckford to honor the fulfillment of her wish. Lupin sets out on a search for the perfect gift to offer her; however, he finds himself caught up in the theft of a valuable jewel, and he is framed and believed to be the culprit. With Lupin locked behind bars, his friends work along with Cardia and an unexpected ally to clear Lupin's name and find the real perpetrators behind the heist. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Themes:
HaremHistoricalMilitary

Demographic:
Josei

OVA - May 17, 2018
6,595 6.74
These specials feature the Oshitari cousins in a Manzai (漫才) setup [a style of stand-up comedy in Japan, which usually involves two performers—a straight man (tsukkomi) and a funny man (boke)]. Story 1 involves Oshitari Yuuhi who is tired of being the tsukkomi and wants to try his hand at being a boke but with disastrous results. Story 2 is about Oshitari Kenya in the role of a boke whose jokes didn't get through to the audience in a joint Namiwa-Seishun Talentshow.
Special - May 26, 2009
5,861 7.13
Two boys, Tachibana and Hiiragi were once brutal rivals in the game of basketball. Hiiragi soon transfers into Tachibana's school and basketball team. They begin as team-mates, but with Hiiragi's family pushing him to play on a better team. Tachibana and Hiiragi must now play against each other. (Source: ANN)

Theme:
School

Demographic:
Shounen

Licensor:
Media Blasters

OVA - Dec 18, 2002
4,948 6.26
Two short specials included in both DVD Volumes of Prince of Tennis: Another Story II - Ano Toki no Bokura.

Demographic:
Shounen

Special - Aug 26, 2011
4,366 7.16
A short mini-theatre comedy featuring Prince of Tennis characters.
Special - Dec 22, 2009
4,082 6.89
Flash anime specials bundled with the New Prince of Tennis OVA.

Theme:
School

Demographic:
Shounen

Special - Oct 29, 2014
2,675 6.90
The Atobe Group is establishing a new tennis court in Kanagawa and is planning to celebrate its opening with an exhibition match. Hyoutei Academy's tennis team captain, Keigo Atobe, nominates the best team in the region to participate: Rikkai University-Affiliated Middle School. On behalf of the Rikkai tennis team, Seiichi Yukimura accepts the challenge to showcase the prowess of its members. Amidst tense preparations, the third-years of Hyoutei supervise next year's captain, Wakashi Hiyoshi. At the same time, the third-year members of Rikkai begin to worry whether Akaya Kirihara, the team's lone second-year member, can lead the club to glory once again. Determined to overthrow their respective captains' legacies during the match, both Hiyoshi and Kirihara continue rigorous training to prove they have what it takes to succeed them. The future of Hyoutei and Rikkai rests on the shoulders of these second-year aces, who harbor high expectations and ambitious goals. Emboldened by their endeavors, the third-years of each respective team impart their feelings to the second years that will be carrying the torch for their schools once they graduate. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Themes:
GameSchool

Demographic:
Shounen

ONA - Feb 13, 2021
2,010 7.02
(No synopsis yet.)
TV - Jan 20, 2001, 16:55 (JST)
245 N/A
Sequel to Shin Tennis no Ouji-sama OVA vs. Genius 10.

Demographic:
Shounen

TV - ??? ??, 2022
0 N/A