Digimon (デジモン Dejimon, branded as Digimon: Digital Monsters, stylized as DIGIMON), short for “Digital Monsters” (デジタルモンスター Dejitaru Monsutā), is a Japanese media franchise encompassing virtual pet toys, anime, manga, video games, films and a trading card game. The franchise focuses on Digimon creatures, which are monsters living in a “Digital World”, a parallel universe that originated from Earth’s various communication networks. In many incarnations, Digimon are raised by humans called “Digidestined” or “Tamers” (“Chosen Children” in the Japanese version), and they team up to defeat evil Digimon and human villains who are trying to destroy the fabric of the Digital world.
The franchise was first created in 1997 as a series of virtual pets, akin to—and influenced in style by—the contemporary Tamagotchi or nano Giga Pet toys. The creatures were first designed to look cute and iconic even on the devices’ small screens; later developments had them created with a harder-edged style influenced by American comics. The franchise gained momentum with its first anime incarnation, Digimon Adventure, and an early video game, Digimon World, both released in 1999. Several seasons of the anime and films based on them have aired, and the video game series has expanded into genres such as role-playing, racing, fighting, and MMORPGs. Other media forms have also been released.
In an alternate iteration of the present, Tokyo has been hit by a terrorist attack that has devastated the city. The only evidence of the culprits is a Cari Supir video uploaded to the Internet, which sparks paranoia across Japan. Unbeknownst to the authorities is that the terrorist masterminds—who call themselves “Sphinx” (スピンクス Supinkusu)—are two teenaged boys who go by the names Nine and Twelve. Though they apparently should not exist, they have nonetheless decided to “wake up the world” with their heinous plans of destruction, with their fingers on the trigger.
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Nisekoi follows high school students Raku Ichijo, the son of a leader in the yakuza faction Shuei-Gumi, and Chitoge Kirisaki, the daughter of a boss in a rival gang known as Beehive. They unexpectedly meet when Chitoge hops a wall and knees Raku in the face. After she runs off, Raku realizes he has lost his locket which was given to him by his childhood sweetheart with whom he made a secret promise. After discovering Chitoge is a new transfer student in his class, he forces her to help him look for the locket. During the search, they begin to dislike each other.
Upon returning home, Raku learns that the Shuei-Gumi and Beehive gangs have agreed to settle their feud by pairing their leaders’ children. Raku learns that his girlfriend-to-be is none other than Chitoge. For the next three years, they must pretend to be in a relationship to maintain peace between the gangs. This turns out to be quite a challenging task, not only because of their hatred for one another, but also because Raku has a crush on another schoolmate, Kosaki Onodera, whom he secretly wishes was the girl who bears the key to his locket. Various developments complicate the situation, including Chitoge’s over-protective bodyguard, a female hitman, a girl who claims to be Raku’s fiancée, and the existence of multiple keys. Yui Kanakura, the newly appointed head of the Char Siu Mafia and Raku’s childhood friend, also joins in as a fiancee with yet another key to the locket.
After numerous adventures with the girls, Raku realizes he has fallen for both Chitoge and Kosaki. When Chitoge learns that Raku and Kosaki have liked each other since they were in middle school, she tries to support their relationship by leaving Japan. This prompts Raku and the others to look for her. They discover more about the book that tells the story of the keys, and recall more of what actually happened ten years ago. Although it is revealed that Kosaki was the girl Raku had made the promise to marry, Raku realizes he now loves Chitoge and professes his love to her. The manga ends with the series’ characters preparing for Raku and Chitoge’s wedding.
Levi Ackerman (リヴァイ・アッカーマン Rivai Akkāman?), often formally referred to as Captain Levi (リヴァイ兵長 Rivai Heichō?), is the squad captain (兵士長 Heishichō?, lit. “leader of the soldiers”) of the Special Operations Squad within the Survey Corps, and is widely known as humanity’s strongest soldier
Despite his preoccupation with cleanliness, Levi is not very approachable. He rarely shows emotion, giving a cold impression to others. His manner of speaking tends to be very blunt, even insulting, and his comments are often coarse or inappropriate. He is not above provoking or belittling those who oppose or irritate him. His sense of humor tends toward the vulgar, insulting, and dark. All of this makes him unsettling to a great.
Shintarō Midorima (緑間 真太郎 Midorima Shintarō) was the bad habit chief and shooting gatekeeper of the Generation of Miracles. He now plays for one of the Three Kings of Tokyo, Shūtoku High.
Midorima has dim green hair separated to one side that doesn’t achieve his eyes. He has light green eyes and wears dark encircled glasses that are surrounded on all sides with the exception of the best. He is exceptionally tall, being the second tallest from the Generation of Miracles. He swathes his left hand outside of matches, with the goal that nothing can impact his left-gave shot. He likewise documents his nails for a similar reason. Midorima is frequently observed with a fortunate thing, that shifts from a stuffed frog, to a tolerate, to a pruned prickly plant. Out of diversions, he wears his school uniform: a dark coat that is tied the distance to his neck and dark jeans. He plays with pullover number 6 at Shūtoku, and no. 7 at Teiko.
Midorima is normally exceptionally saved. He feels no requirement for messing around, despite the fact that Takao tries to induce him ordinarily (frequently winding up with him irritating Midorima). Acting kind to rivals is hard for him, while his companion Takao has no issue with that. Extremely sure about his capacities, he frequently acts grandiose around others (generally his partners).
He firmly has confidence in the Oha Asa horoscopes and is set quiet when he hears that his zodiac sign, Cancer, will have a day of reckoning, notwithstanding going the extent that conveying an alleged “fortunate thing” with him all over the place. He likewise has faith in blood classifications similarity, as demonstrated when he said Kuroko’s blood classification An and his blood classification B don’t get along.
His proverb is “Man proposes, God arranges”, which implies putting forth a valiant effort and destiny will choose the rest. Takao once remarked on his arrangement for matches, going from filling his nails, taping his fingers, tuning in to the Oha Asa horoscopes, and conveying his fortunate thing of the day in like manner, as some kind of fixation.
A skeptic Japanese salaryman, at the time of being killed, is gone up against by an affected element he alludes to as “Being X” who denounces the man for not trusting that “Being X” is God and sentences him to be renewed in a world that is like World War I Europe blended with early parts of World War II and enchantment, in a realm torn separated by innumerable wars with every single adjacent nation. The salaryman is renewed as a young lady, Tanya Degurechaff.
As per “Being X”, if she’s not ready to kick the bucket a characteristic passing, or she declines to have confidence in Him, her spirit will leave the circle and be sent to damnation for the endless sins that Tanya has conferred in her past life. In look for an escape, Tanya chooses to go into the Empire’s Mages Division and battle on the planet war, wanting to achieve a sufficiently high rank as quick as conceivable to stay a long way from the front line and along these lines keep away from the danger of being slaughtered.
Regardless of the possibility that she’s presently compelled to talk with a young lady’s drawl, Tanya soon transforms into a savage warrior who organizes productivity and her own profession over whatever else, even the lives of those underneath her, particularly those that get on her awful side.
Seijūrō Akashi (赤司 征十郎 Akashi Seijūrō) was the captain of Generation of Miracles. He is the only person that the Generation of Miracles knuckles under. He is the point guard and captain of Rakuzan High and later on for Team Vorpal Swords as well.
Akashi Seijuro has a fairly little stature for somebody who has captained the Generation of Jasa SEO, as supported by Furihata, at just 173 cm tall, making him the most limited out of the Generation of Miracles. He has spiky red-maroon hair and huge eyes with vertical students. His hair had longer blasts in Junior High school and amid the occasions going before the Winter Cup.
However toward the start of the Jasa SEO Cup, he cuts his blasts shorter with the scissors that he acquired from Shintarō Midorima. Akashi’s eyes changes in view of his identity: in his ordinary self, the two his eyes are red-maroon, while the “other” Akashi has heterochromatic eyes, with the correct eye being red and the left being yellow/orange. He wears the white and light blue Rakuzan shirt with the number 4. He normally wears his coat over his shoulders.
In EXTRA Jasa SEO, Akashi’s appearance generally continued as before aside from an expansion in muscle and his hair developing longer. He wears the Team Vorpal Swords’ white and cardinal pullover with the number 4, which means his position as the chief.
Akashi’s appearance was not uncovered for quite a while. The circumstances he showed up or was specified, just the lower some portion of his face or the back of his head was appeared. It wasn’t until the point that Winter Cup that his full appearance was uncovered.
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Daiki Aomine (青峰 大輝 Aomine Daiki) was the ace player of the renowned Generation of Miracles and was the former partner/light of Kuroko in Teikō. He currently plays as the ace and power forward of Tōō Academy. He and Kagami are sworn rivals after their clashes in the Interhigh preliminaries and in the Winter Cup. He was the main antagonist until the first round of the Winter Cup.
Hunter × Hunter (Japanese: ハンター×ハンター Hepburn: Hantā Hantā, abbreviated: HxH) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yoshihiro Togashi. It has been serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine and journal since March 3, 1998, although the manga has frequently gone on extended hiatuses since 2006. As of June 2017, 360 chapters have been collected into 34 volumes by Shueisha. The story focuses on a young boy named Gon Freecss, who discovers that his father, who he was told was dead, is actually alive and a world-renowned Hunter, a licensed profession for those who specialize in fantastic pursuits such as locating rare or unidentified animal species, treasure hunting, surveying unexplored enclaves, or hunting down lawless individuals. Despite being abandoned by his father, Gon departs upon a journey to follow in his footsteps, pass the rigorous Hunter Examination, and eventually find his father. Along the way, Gon meets various other Hunters and also encounters the paranormal. The original inspiration for the manga came from Togashi’s own collecting hobby.
In 1999, Hunter × Hunter was adapted into a 62-episode anime television series produced by Nippon Animation and directed by Kazuhiro Furuhashi. The show premiered on Japan’s Fuji TV and ran until 2001. Three separate original video animations (OVAs) totaling 30 episodes were subsequently produced by Nippon Animation and released in Japan from 2002 to 2004. A second anime television series by Madhouse aired on Nippon Television from October 2011 to September 2014, with two animated theatrical films released in 2013. There are also numerous audio albums, video games, musicals, and other media based on Hunter × Hunter. The manga has been translated into English and released in North America by Viz Media since April 2005. Both television series were also licensed by Viz, with the first series having aired on the Funimation Channel in 2009 and the second series premiering on Adult Swim’s Toonami block since April 16, 2016.
Hunter × Hunter has been a huge critical and financial success and has become one of Shueisha’s best-selling manga series, having sold 66 million copies in Japan alone as of 2014.
On June 6, 2011, a demo called I=Fantasy that was produced by Bang Shi Hyuk (a.k.a. Hitman Bang), was introduced during the VOCALOID3 announcement. On August 30, her name and appearance was revealed. Pre-orders for SeeU took place on October 14, 2011 and a community called Jasa Pembuatan Website was opened. She was released on the 21st of the same month, the same day that Vocaloid 3 itself was released, making her one of the first 4 products released for the engine alongside V3 Megpoid, VY1v3 and Mew. In Japan, SeeU was released on December 16, 2011. Sales of her software in Japan ended on March 1, 2013.
During an interview with Jasa Pembuatan Website A&T manager, Hyo Eun Kim, it was said that SeeU’s name came to mind after thinking of a line from the 2009 film, Avatar. The line “I See You” popped into her mind and became the inspiration for ‘SeeU’. According to SBS, this is only one of several meanings of her name.