- Rate: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
- Native: みにヴぁん
- Synonyms: Mini Vanguard 2nd Season, Saturday Vanguard 1030
- Aired: Oct 3, 2015 to Mar 26, 2016
- Premiered: fall 2015
- Duration: 3 min per ep
- Episodes: 26
- Score: 6.16
- Producer: HeART-BIT
- Studio: DLE
- Genres: Comedy Parody Slice of Life Strategy Game
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Mari is a young elementary schooler who is terrified of two things—eating vegetables and crossing “Fear’a Bridge”—so much so that she has recurring nightmares of being forced to confront her fears. She avoids eating vegetables at all costs, and wakes up early so she and her friend Momo can walk out of their way to avoid the bridge. One day, Momo gets a dog that can’t be walked on the busy road she and Mari usually take, and Momo walks across the bridge, leaving Mari to walk to school alone. That same day, Mari’s teacher sets a goal for the class to stop leaving food on their plates at lunchtime and Mari has to eat all three of her least favorite foods: carrots, peppers, and milk. After passing out from the shock of eating the vegetables, she awakens in the nurse’s office to three food spirits calling themselves Ninninman, Piiman, and Milk. With the help of these bizarre beings, can Mari overcome her fears? [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Ryo Saeba is the top “City Hunter” around and he takes on cases with his partner Kaori. A model named Ai Shindo has been attacked and hires him to be her bodyguard. Shinji Mikuni, the president of an IT company that has hired Ai for its ad campaign, turns out to be an old friend of Kaori, and they become involved. Meanwhile, mercenaries are gathering in Shinjuku… and a major arms dealer arrives in Japan with a new weapon, but with Mikuni in the picture, Ryo and Kaori are growing apart… (Source: Official Website)
Following the grim events of Iga, Kokujou Island, Rakuyou, and multiple fruitless confrontations with the Tenshouin Naraku and Tendoshuu, Gintama.: Porori-hen takes its viewers on a trip down memory lane to when Yorozuya were mostly doing what they did best—odd jobs. The great space hunter Umibouzu has returned to Edo and is livid when he finds out that his daughter Kagura has a boyfriend. He blames Gintoki for being an incompetent guardian, but has the time finally come for him to let go of his daughter? Back with shameless parodies, risqué humor, and lively camaraderie, Gintoki, Kagura, and Shinpachi are faced with unforeseen situations that manage to be both hilarious and emotionally stirring. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Chuukan Kanriroku Tonegawa is a spin-off of the Kaiji series, which follows Tonegawa, the right hand man of Kazutaka Hyoudou, the president of the Teiai Corporation and owner of numerous gambling tournaments. After Hyoudou is getting bored with his life, he orders Tonegawa to organize a so called “game of death” as it is his and his subordinate’s job to keep the president in a good mood. Tonegawa must cooperate with his subordinates in order to make the president happy and what follows is a humorous story of his interactions with his subordinates and other characters of the Kaiji series. (Source: MAL News)
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A continuation of the first season. Old Master Q, Big Potato, and Mr. Chin transport into various classic storyworlds to rescue their father and save the story from being ruined by the Devil King.
At Saint Hoshikawa School there is a secret group called the G-On Riders. Students with superior strength and ability are chosen to be in the group, which was formed to fight against alien attacks on the earth. However, many of the problems that the members face are ones amongst themselves, and the same is true for the invaders. And another student at the school, Ichiro, tries desperately to confess his love to Yuki, one of the Riders. (Source: ANN)
In fairytales, the handsome prince, with some help from friendly dwarves, always marries the beautiful princess and lives happily ever after with her. This, unfortunately, is not the case for Prince Pegasus. Due to the meddling of Dwarf Pegasus, Prince Pegasus is not only stopped from marrying his princess, but also falls from Pegasus City down to Green Green Pastures! Now, it’s up to Pleasant Goat and his friends to help Prince Pegasus return to his home! As always, though, Big Big Wolf is closely following the goats… (source: YesAsia)