In 2000, 39 years after the events of the movie, Saya hunts another den of Chiropterans, but the one in charge of the Chiropterans appears to be Saya's twin. Meanwhile, more is learned of Saya's relationship with the US Government, her origin and that of the US Government.
The government has been conducting experiments to genetically engineer a human. Its first creation is a girl named Rizel, and the experiment is a success—sort of. While healthy and cheerful, 12-year-old Rizel also possesses the uncanny need for love to further her development. Saddened by this emptiness in her life, she sheds tears that can end up destroying a city block. So what's a girl to do ... except get married! Enter Iwaki Tomonori, your average 15-year-old boy. His world is turned upside-down the day he arrives home to find that the government has just announced that he's a married man! (Source: Tokyopop)
In the 21st century, aliens have arrived on Earth and live among humans. In sleepy Enohana, the dirt-poor student Chigasaki Mayuko finds herself living together with NieA, a low-caste ("Under Seven") alien. While Mayuko struggles diligently to make ends meet, NieA seems to be totally unconcerned with the consequences of her actions. As the odd couple throws off the expected sparks, the wrecked alien mothership looms in the background... (Source: ANN)
The story follows young Makishima Misaki as she returns to her Grandfather's old house following his death. She is accompanied by her father, Kyoichi, an awkward widower. Once there she finds that since she is the only blood relation to her grandfather, she is the sole owner of her grandfather's house and artifacts. Barely remembering the house she visited as a toddler, Misaki is understandably reluctant to leave her school and friends behind. However, she soon makes new friends, including one that is beyond her imagination!
Steel Angel Kurumi
Japan, Taisho Era (1912-1926) – A young priest-in-training named Nakahito Kagura stumbles upon a secret laboratory owned by a scientist named Ayanokouji. There, he discovers Kurumi—a Steel Angel originally designed for advanced military combat. Their lips accidentally meet when an attack by the imperial army rocks the facilities. As a result, the kiss awakens Kurumi, who sees Nakahito as her only master. But with the army on their tail and Kurumi's "sisters" Saki and Karinka awakened, Nakahito, Kurumi and Professor Ayanokouji must run for their lives while trying to find out the truth about the Angel Heart—the source of the Steel Angel's power. (Source: ANN)
In a post apocalyptic world covered with water, Wadatsumi, a person who lives in what appears to be the last piece of land, finds a mysterious girl dragged by the waves of the sea. Where does she comes from? Are there other lands in this world? (Source: MU)
After attacked by an alien, saved by a girl, and discovers he has extraordinary powers, Shun Ukiya has had a hell of first day of school. Realizing what this new power is all about soon becomes one of the less important things that threaten Earth. (Source: ANN)
Xam'd: Lost Memories - Pilgrim of the Compass
The official website for BONES' Xam'd: Lost Memories science-fiction anime series announced that Kadokawa Shoten's Ace Assault magazine will publish a manga version of the anime. The anime follows the journey of an ordinary high schooler who is transformed into a giant creature named Xam'd. A mysterious red-haired woman named Nakiami helps to keep Xam'd's rampaging instincts in check. Ace Assault is a quarterly spinoff from Monthly Shonen Ace magazine, and the Bōnen no Xam'd: Junreisha no Compass manga will launch in Ace Assault's Winter issue on December 9. - ANN
Dai Guard is a giant, anti-heterodyne robot owned and operated by a private corporation. Can they keep Dai Guard away from the military while fighting Heterodynes AND staying out of the red??